The U.S. and other countries are concerned that Huawei poses a national security risk due to?its reliance on?the Chinese government and its leaders' own ties to the country's Communist Party.
The alert came after some customers in cities like Redmond, Washington,?reported extremely long wait times for Amazon's Prime Now service.
John?Catsimatidis?recently used artificial intelligence to do a background search on his daughter's?date.
Stitch, an online community for singles over the age of 50, was launched in 2014 and is headquartered in Sydney, Australia.
It's the 20th station delivery for SpaceX since it began shipments in 2012.
Former Obama campaign manager David Plouffe says President Trump and his campaign understands social media and how today’s voters communicate online, which could help him beat former Vice President Joe Biden in November.
ValueAct Capital chairman and founder Jeff Ubben and Nikola Motors CEO Trevor Milton explain why the merger between VectoIQ and Nikola will help both companies going forward.
Coronavirus will have an economic impact and some sources tell me they worry this could become Lehman Brothers 2.0.?
Nikola Motors CEO Trevor Milton discussed why his company is going public despite 2019's IPO woes.
China analyst Gordon Chang says China has implemented immense controls on releasing accurate information on coronavirus to the public.
Twitter announces it is closing its Seattle office for a “deep clean” after learning that an employee there was informed they likely have been infected with coronavirus (COVID-19).
The coronavirus outbreak has interrupted global supply chains.
Nikola Motors CEO Trevor Milton talks about his company going public, how WeWork affected the company's decision to do so and how Nikola is focused on Tesla remains its biggest competitor.
The FTC sent warning letters to celebrities who had promoted Teami products on their Instagram accounts without clear disclosures that they were being paid.
Safety fixes and a "close Call" test flight prompt NASA concerns for
Some rideshare and food-delivery app?companies are already feeling the effects of such concerns surrounding the new coronavirus.
District Media president and IWF fellow Beverly Hallberg discusses misinformation found online and in the media surrounding the coronavirus outbreak.
The CyberGuy Kurt Knutsson points to devices people should examine in their homes and hotel rooms to prevent being spied on by outside sources.
Tech and medical experts say artificial-intelligence technology holds the key to preventing potential virus pandemics and outbreaks like novel coronavirus.
Ammo.com said it has seen a 68 percent increase in ammunition sales since Feb. 23.