Delphi Automotive Showcases Its Driverless Car, After Completing Cross Country Trip

Highly Detailed Maps Are Designed To Guide Driverless Cars

A Berlin-based mapping company helps designing highly detailed maps for autonomous cars. more

Geneva Motor Show 2016

Toyota and Microsoft Together For Toyota Connected Cars

What's Toyota not to do to achieve a safer and more pleasant driving experience. more

Padmasree Warrior

Tech Executive Padmasree Warrior Joins Electric Car Startup NextEV

Padmasree Warrior, one of Silicon Valley’s best-known female tech executives, has joined the electric car game, having revealed that she will be the CEO and head of software development of Chinese auto startup NextEV’s U.S. division. more

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook Ditching Microsoft?

Facebook is no longer including Microsoft search results on the site, instead focusing on helping users find information that's been shared with them through the social network. more

Santa's Village

Microsoft, Google Both Tracking Santa

Google and NORAD have both launched their Santa tracker sites. more

Opera Mini

Microsoft To Use Opera Browser

Microsoft has agreed to put Opera Mini, the company's mobile browser, on certain Nokia phones. more

Xbox One

Xbox Scores Exclusive

Will the title be enough to persuade PS4 owners to purchase an Xbox? more

Microsoft Launches $25 Nokia 130

Microsoft Unveils $25 Phone

The handset will be available in markets that include China, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Nigeria, Pakistan, the Philippines and Vietnam. more


Microsoft on Fifth Avenue?

Sources told the Daily News that Microsoft is looking to set up a retail location on Fifth Avenue near 53 Street. more


Microsoft Plans Job Cuts

Microsoft is said to be scaling back after the Nokia acquisition earlier this year. more


Microsoft Joins AllSeen Alliance

The AllSeen Alliance initiative, which is seeking to develop an industry standard for connected devices, now comprises more than 50 companies. more


Nokia Blackmailed Six Years Ago

Nokia was the victim of blackmail about six years ago when criminals threatened to leak source code vital to its smartphone operating system. more


Microsoft Isn't Google

Microsoft is updating its privacy policy at the end of July and has emphasized that emails, chats and other communications are not scanned for marketing information. more


Microsoft Challenges Feds

Microsoft has resisted a federal search warrant to look through email data stored in Ireland. more


Google Falls in Mobile Search

Google is being edged out of some its mobile search market share by Microsoft's Bing and Yahoo as well as apps like Yelp. more

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