A job application form filled in by the former Apple CEO, Steve Jobs, back in 1973 has managed to receive $174,757 at an auction. The very basic document was won by a British Internet entrepreneur.
Google's investment arm has contributed significant funds to a UK-based startup that wants to create a collaborative, city-scale, augmented reality platform filled with user made content.
Elon Musk has released a video which updates us on the plans that The Boring Company has for its underground, traffic beating, electric sled system. Pedestrians and cyclists will now get to go first.
The Japan-based cryptocurrency exchange, Coincheck, will begin next week reimbursing those affected by the $530 million heist that it suffered in January. It will also reactivate suspended services.
Xiaomi is planning on formally bringing its notably affordable smartphones to the U.S. market before the end of 2018. Xiaomi's smartphones out perform both Apple and Samsung in the Chinese market.
Microsoft is encouraged by the proceedings of the United States v. Microsoft Corp. case. Where the Supreme Court has been hearing arguments about overseas data storage and transfer.
Students at the Lanxiang Technical School in China spend half the time of their first year playing and mastering popular eSport video games. This forms part of a paid three-year course in eSports.
The Venezuelan state-sponsored cryptocurrency, the Petro, will be offered in a pre-sale to investors tomorrow. The Petro is an attempt for the country to try and deal with various economic woes.
Meow-Ludo Disco Gamma Meow-Meow, his legal name, embedded the chip of his transit card under his skin. His local transport authority has now deactivated it on the grounds that it was tampered with.
The London Assembly Transport Committee has outlined ideas for the city's authorities to implement so that emerging transport tech is used in the best possible way and to avoid clashes with companies.
Apple is investigating an incident wherein one of the earphones in a pair of its AirPods began to emit white smoke while being used by a man at gym. Apparently one of the earphones then exploded.
SpaceX's Falcon Heavy, currently the world's most powerful rocket, has successfully completed its maiden test flight. The rocket delivered its unique payload, Elon Musk's car, into space.
Bitcoin experienced a notable dip in prices today, dropping 12% to $8000. Other cryptocurrencies have had even harsher drops as they all face a myriad of challenges and uneasiness from investors.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, whose predictions on iPhone releases are often correct, has released his latest report on the three iPhones that he believes will come out later in 2018.
The current boundary of how big a battle you can have on Eve Online may just have been reached. As the game's systems and servers failed to effectively coordinate 12,000 pilots involved in fights.
A Tesla Model S crashed into the back of a fire truck, the driver of the car claims it was in Autopilot mode. Meanwhile GM claims that its self-driving car was not to blame for another incident.
Speculation surrounds what DJI might unveil on the 23rd. Some believe that it will be a fixed-wing drone or maybe a racing drone, another theory is that a DJI Mavic Air is on the cards.
BT has revealed two new Ultrafast Fiber packages, the costlier deal puts the ceiling for the internet connection at 314 Mbps and both deals guarantee 100 Mbps connections even at peak times.
The Falcon Heavy is finally on the launchpad at Cape Canaveral. SpaceX's biggest rocket yet has some final engine tests to do before it can blast off, sending Musk's car on a billion year long orbit.
SecondHands is an EU-funded robot that is being developed to assist with menial and laborious jobs. The online supermarket Ocado will be seeing how best it can help its technicians in its warehouses.
GM has said it can already roll out its electric and driverless Cruise AV in 7 states in the USA. The company believes it can overcome any other final and federal legal hurdles by 2019.
31 products won Best of Innovation Awards for CES 2018. Four of the products included: a robot for your home, a HUD for motorcyclists, language translating earbuds, and a wireless charging system.
Sgnl is a piece of wearable tech that uses a BCU (Body Conduction Unit) and makes it possible for users to receive and listen to phone calls by placing their fingertip on the skin around their ears.
The Venezuelan government has announced that its new cryptocurrency, the Petro, will be launching in the next few days. The government has dedicated the Ayacucho oil reserve to back the Petro.
According to one of Google's scientists, 43 percent of the content in the top 100 AI journals came from Chinese authors in 2015. This has lead to Google announcing its AI China Center.
Licensing authorities in York have joined Sheffield and London in not awarding a renewed operating license to ride-hailing service, Uber. The recent data breach revelation informed York's decision.
There will be 11 different types of robots that will be helping with logistics, tourist information, cleaning, making art, and even fishing during the Winter Olympics events in South Korea in 2018.
Bitcoin has broken another threshold on its seemingly unstoppable climb this year. There are bold claims about bitcoin's future, but many still think its all a bubble waiting to burst.
Elon Musk's car will be launched into space next year using the Falcon Heavy, the car will be playing David Bowie. Also, every 5000th Boring Company hat buyer will get to drive the tunneling machine.
An image of a cryptocurrency mining rig in the boot of a Model S was posted online. Tesla offers free unlimited electricity at its Supercharger units, so would it be feasible to mine from the car?
A legal campaign has been launched on behalf of 5.4 million potentially affected Britons who may have had some of their data unlawfully collected by Google using the "Safari Workaround".
Furlexa has the body of a Furby, a Raspberry Pi Zero "brain", and can control the lights in your house as well as answer your questions; as it harnesses the power of the smart assistant Alexa.
The concept is called Vision E3 Way; it is a network of elevated tunnels designed for electric bicycles and scooters. Its purpose is to offer a fast, safe, green, and all-weather option for commuters.
A woman in Milwaukee was scammed by a "Black Friday sale" van, who she thought she had bought an iPhone 6 from for $100 but when she got home all she had was a box of potatoes and an Android charger.
A meat vending machine is being trialed in South Korea; the machine can regulate its own temperature, can provide meat at a much lower cost, and has been designed to help single-person homes.
Foxconn and Apple have both said that the interns who were found to be working illegal overtime have subsequently been compensated, provided with benefits and that the practice has now been stopped.
Before the end of the year, there will be a tool in Facebook's Help Center which will allow users to see if they engaged with content made by the Internet Research Agency before the 2016 US election.
The 100-megawatt battery built by Tesla has been completed and is now ready for final testing. The battery is designed to support the power grid of South Australia over the coming Summer.
The alleged hacker is an Iranian called Behmad Mezri who the FBI claim hacked into HBO and stole proprietary data from, such as unaired GoT episodes, which he then held for ransom and later leaked.
Tencent has managed to gain exclusive publishing rights for PUBG in China. The company will provide local hosting, enforce local regulations, and also crack down on widespread cheating.