The US Army Corps of Engineers nixed plans for a controversial oil pipeline crossing in North Dakota, a major victory for Native Americans and environmentalists who had staged months of protests.
China appealed to Washington and Berlin to avoid injecting politics into the proposed takeover of a German maker of semiconductor manufacturing equipment following a report President Obama plans to oppose it as a security ...
US President Barack Obama on Friday declared portions of the Arctic off-limits for oil exploration for the next five years, dealing a blow to Republican efforts to expand fossil fuel extraction.
US Internet giant Google on Thursday rejected EU allegations that it abused its market dominance of its hugely succesful Android mobile phone operating system.
US Internet search giant Google on Thursday rejected new accusations by EU anti-trust regulators that it illegally abuses its market dominance, in its formal reaction to allegations by Brussels earlier this year.
The top executive overseeing connected vehicles at Nissan and Renault believes the benefits of developing a common technology for connectivity within the Japanese and French auto partnership outweigh the risks of sustaining ...
The National Basketball Association's international fans will be able to watch highlights in near real-time as part of changes to the league's subscription service being rolled out for the new season, officials said Thursday.
Google-owned YouTube on Tuesday announced it has bought FameBit, a marketplace where video makers can connect with brands interested in sponsoring their creations.
It's easy to imagine a future in which products as mundane as toasters and window blinds will be connected to the internet and controlled by software.
Body-worn cameras are fast becoming standard kit for frontline law enforcers, trumpeted by senior officers and even the US President as a technological 'fix' for what some see as a crisis of police legitimacy. Evidence of ...