Former Qualcomm Inc. Chief Executive Officer Paul Jacobs, who left the chipmaker last year and then said he was preparing a bid to take it private, said the "time isn't right" for such a move.
Heal Chief Executive Officer Nick Desai and Chairman Paul Jacobs discuss the startup's mission to enable doctors in making house calls.
Sandy Miller, IVP general partner, discusses the future of mobile gaming with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
Nasa releases time-lapse footage of Ultima Thule, the most distant object ever explored by humans. The movie was put together from photos taken on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day as the spacecraft made its closest approach, but not sent back to ...
Samsung exhibits its robot trio - the Bot Care, Bot Retail and Bot Air - at CES 2019 in Las Vegas.
A table tennis robot has gained attention on the first day of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
The ice world known as Ultima Thule has been revealed by Nasa's New Horizons spacecraft and shows it as two objects joined together.
Hyundai is hoping to save lives after natural disasters by designing a walking car that could help climb over tricky terrain to reach those in need. The South Korean automotive giant is calling its Elevate concept the first Ultimate Mobility Vehi...
The Hubble Space Telescope has discovered the brightest quasar seen in the early universe which has the brightness of about 600 trillion suns. Astronomers used data from the Nasa/European Space Agency telescope to find the ancient quasar, which ...
New gadgets go on show at CES Unveiled in Las Vegas ahead of the main Consumer Electronics Show that opens on January 8.
The technology on display at CES increasingly involves cars and other vehicles, with the gadget show becoming ever more diverse in the products showcased as a result.
Crowds gather to check out the latest consumer gadgets at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Have you ever looked at a Roomba and thought to yourself, "Why can't they make that thing bring me some chips?" Well, these French brothers did, and happened to have the robotics expertise to make it happen. The Fresh Geoffrey of France — and yes,...
Sensel is shopping its touchscreen technology to flexible display makers.
The federal government has unveiled a long-awaited set of proposals to dramatically expand civilian drone flights while also tightening security, critical steps for an industry seeking to expand into robot aerial deliveries and scores of other com...
Kyle Lui, DCM partner, discusses investing in the global bike-sharing and scooter market with Bloomberg's Haidi Stroud-Watts and Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
Nick Mehta, Gainsight's chief executive officer, discusses Slack's potential direct listing and the tech IPO landscape with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
Microsoft Corp. was awarded a U.S. Navy contract valued at up to $1.76 billion. The contract will run through Jan., 2024, according to the Defense Department.
Michael Wara, director of Stanford University's climate and energy policy program, discusses PG&E Corp.
Li Kaizhu, co-founder and executive president of Hellobike, says the bike sharing industry in China has developed too fast and says the company aims to go public when time is right.
Formlabs debuted two new materials at CES: one for printing flexible objects, and one for printing dentures. They also turned TechCrunch editor Greg Kumparak into a zombie!
The Kohler Numi 2 is one of the wildest - and smartest - toilets on the market. This $7,000 commode is completely hands free and plays music and birdsong while you go. It's truly an amazing little robot.
CES, the biggest trade show in the technology calendar, has come to a close in Las Vegas after a week of flexible screens, robots, and driverless cars.
David Gorodyansky, AnchorFree Inc. founder and chief executive officer, discusses online personal data protection and the defection of Facebook Inc. engineers to other tech firms.
Bobby Franklin, National Venture Capital Association chief executive officer, and Dayna Grayson, New Enterprise Associates partner, discuss the impact of the partial U.S. government shutdown and recent market volatility on initial public offerings.
Alphabet Inc.'s directors were sued by shareholders for approving a $90 million exit payment to Android creator Andy Rubin.
A closer look at the three new robots and robotic exoskeleton the hardware giant unveiled at CES 2019
MysteryVibe took its unique vibrator to the next level with a new device for the men in your life.
Uber Elevate partner Bell unveiled its first flying taxi model, the Bell Nexus, at the Consumer Electronics Show this month. The Bell Nexus is designed to carry four passengers as part of Uber's air taxi service, UberAir, which is slated to start ...
BMW shows off their prototype that provides riding assistance on a motorcycle similar to autonomous self-driving cars.
China has broadcast pictures taken by its rover and lander on the moon's far side. It's the first-ever soft landing on the side of the moon that faces away from Earth.
Kangaroo is taking on the antiquated home security industry with motion sensors you can install anywhere and monitor with your phone.
The U.S. trade war with China is spreading uncertainty for Apple, Huawei, and every other big global technology company.
Lei Jun, Xiaomi Corp. chairman and chief executive officer, discusses sales in China, expansion plans in Europe, and revenue with Bloomberg's Tom Mackenzie on "Bloomberg Technology."
The eDor system has fold-out compartments attached to the inside of doors to allow delivery drivers to dispatch parcels securely.
So Google tried something a bit... different this year at CES. They built a friggin' theme park ride.
The U.S. is pushing forward with a criminal prosecution of alleged trade-secret theft that has helped to hobble China's aspirations of mass producing memory chips.
Providence St. Joseph Health President and Chief Executive Officer Rod Hochman discusses the launch of a second health-care venture capital and growth equity fund, investments into digital technology and consolidation in the health-care industry.
Google Inc. Vice President of Search and Assistant Nick Fox discusses the unveiling of new partnerships to get its digital assistant into more homes.
With multiple U.S. regulatory agencies down to a skeleton staff from the partial government shutdown, companies are telling investors that their pending takeovers and stock sales could be delayed.