Intel is hoping that a new joint research center with BMW will help it tap into the growing autonomous vehicle market, while at the same time allow the two partners to set the industry standard.
Two behemoths of computer-installed software have banded together to offer their services online, taking aim at the market leader of cloud computing: Amazon.
Engineers from Germany’s Deutsche Bahn have secured a contract to help plan and design California’s high-speed rail project.
More good news for Adidas, as new figures suggest its Superstar trainer has become the best-selling sports shoe in the United States, outstripping rival products from Nike and Under Armour.
Donald Trump's threats against foreign carmakers aren't just about Germany's Big Three. Auto parts suppliers would be hit hard by U.S. import tariffs — but so would American automakers who rely on importing components from Mexico.
Californians are mad. More than 66 percent voted for Clinton, but they got Trump. Now people are calling for independence though a trump card keeps the state in a federal chokehold.
In the latest drama to grip the U.S. election, a woman who accused Donald Trump of raping her when she was 13 failed to turn up at a scheduled press conference, saying she was living in fear.
Can Trump voters even spell? Or are secret powers in the media suppressing political truth in the U.S.? A tale from Absurdistan.
The business of cloud computing is growing exponentially and will be worth over $200 billion this year. Most of the big players are American, and Germany's software giant SAP will have to fight to increase market share.
As airspace becomes more cluttered, anti-drone technology is poised to become big business. German startup Dedrone is a front runner.