A team of Italian engineers last week launched what has been billed as the longest-ever test drive of driverless vehicles: an 8,000-mile, three-month road trip from Italy to China, not in search of silk, but to test the limits of future automotive technology.
Publisher Conde Nast is shuffling its top ranks as it looks to boost growth amid a deep advertising slump across the magazine industry.
A man accused of swiping an Apple iPhone out of a woman's hand in San Francisco may have been shocked when police found him only nine minutes later. It turns out the phone had been tracking his every move.
It looks like an iPad, only it's 1/14th the cost: India has unveiled the prototype of a $35 basic touchscreen tablet aimed at students, which it hopes to bring into production by 2011.
Apple says the white version of the iPhone 4 will not be available until later this year.
The New York Times Co. has managed to steady itself after more than two years of watching its main source of revenue _ newspaper advertising _ drop at an alarming rate.
Amazon.com said it has a deal giving it exclusive rights to sell some of the great works of 20th century literature in electronic format.
Computer maker Dell Inc. is paying $100 million to settle civil charges that it used fraudulent accounting to meet Wall Street earnings targets, the government announced Thursday.