Huawei has sought to diversify into new areas including cloud computing and automotive after a rough few years in which U.S. sanctions have hit the company.
Fanatics has taken over as MLB’s baseball cards partner, and the company and league have ideas about how to engage fans and make more collectibles money.
Sam Bankman-Fried pleaded not guilty in New York federal court Thursday to five additional charges related to the collapse of FTX and Alameda Research.
The Center for AI and Digital Policy accuses OpenAI of violating a part of the FTC Act that prohibits unfair and deceptive business practices.
Apple’s widely anticipated mixed-reality headset may not be ready in time for the company’s WWDC event, top Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo wrote on Twitter.
Tesla’s Solar Roof systems are getting far less traction than the company was expecting four years ago.
Google is reorganizing its Assistant team to include more focus on Bard as the company shifts more resources to artificial intelligence.
Alibaba’s major reorganization is viewed as a sign that the Chinese government could be relaxing its intense scrutiny of the domestic technology sector.
Now that Donald Trump has his Twitter and Facebook back, the social media platforms have to decide how much they’re willing to take.
WWDC also provides a preview of where Apple is heading because the company discusses its goals for software development and reveals new iPhone features.