Wisconsin landed the much coveted Foxconn plant, but now the rust belt state needs to produce more highly skilled workers than those employed in the factories of the past
The biggest stories in tech include the planned merge of Google's Play Music with YouTube Red, Apple's discontinuation of the iPod Nano and Shuffle and Uber's new $15 fee that will be assessed if a driver needs to make a return trip for a lost item.
The U.S. military is investigating whether a protein in shark blood can help hunt for chemical and biological weapons and reveal them before they harm military personnel
We all talk to our dogs. But Amazon may have some new tech on the way that may make it possible for them to talk back. Josh King has the story (@abridgetoland).
Hundreds of Croatian taxi drivers are protesting against Uber services, disrupting traffic at the height of tourism season in the Adriatic country
A judge has ordered computer-maker Apple Inc. to pay more than $506 million in a patent infringement case brought by the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation after the two sides agreed on final damages
Greek police say a cellphone seized from a Russian man the U.S. wants extradited for allegedly laundering vast sums through bitcoin transactions should provide key data for the investigation
Twitter has made it clear that it won't even consider banning Donald Trump from its service, whether the president follows its rules against harassment or not
New York state will study the use of a device known as the textalyzer that would allow police to determine whether a motorist involved in a crash was texting while driving
NASA computer scientists are teaching exploration and mining robots to navigate planets in the dark. NASA Ames Research Center scientists showed off their Resource Prospector rover during a Facebook Live stream yesterday. The rover will explore the poles of the moon and mine for natural resources. Kind of like in "Avatar" but without the blue aliens.
Against a backdrop of attacks that have grown into full-fledged sabotage, Facebook chief security officer Alex Stamos asked hackers and security experts at the Black Hat conference to re-focus on defense