Low entry barrier makes EV field too competitive for Dyson
THE reason it was even conceivable for Dyson to make an electric car may also have been why its project was doomed to fail: They are simply too easy to make.
Losing the Apple battle might help win the tech tax war
APPLE Inc is squaring up with tech's European bete noire, Margrethe Vestager, over its historical tax arrangements in Ireland at a court hearing this week. If the iPhone maker wins, Ms Vestager may be able to use the defeat to her benefit.
Amazon lives on the edge of the network, and telecos should tremble
5G networks will allow vast gobs of data to be transmitted at great speeds. And more data usually means more money for mobile carriers like Deutsche Telekom AG and AT&T Inc. But there's a hitch. Cloud giants such as Amazon.com Inc, Alphabet Inc and Microsoft Corp are lurking.
What does Uber love more: restaurants or investors?
LONDON restaurateurs call them "helmet heads": the food delivery couriers who congregate in eatery doorways as they await an order, their moped or bicycle perched on the adjacent curb.
Volkswagen tries to play catch-up on driverless tech
VOLKSWAGEN AG's next step into autonomous driving looks like it could be disappointing. But it's also probably the best option the German giant has if it's going to become a serious player in driverless technology....