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Linux and open source have long played a major role in cars' electronics, but now Tesla is taking open-source automobiles to a whole new level — by setting free its electric car patents.
The coffee chain has teamed up with Israel-based Duracell Powermat to offer wireless charging stations across the US, with European and Asian trials on the way too.
Chrysler, Ford and GM need to be willing to kick Big Oil in the crotch to bring affordable EVs to the general public.
Later on this month, the US Marshals service will auction off some of the bitcoins seized when by the FBI when it arrested Silk Road founder Ross Ulbricht.
The billionaire co-founder and CEO of Tesla Motors announced the company will now open-source its electric vehicle patents.
A new report suggests the industrial manufacturing industry is finally getting on board with 3D printing, although limitations in usage still exist.
A special taskforce set up by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is expected to announce rules for taxing bitcoin for this financial year.
China is in the forefront of the development of the Internet of Things, leading the way with the number of machine-to-machine connections and opening a new market for operators, a study shows.
Take 'travelling light' to a new level with these innovative tools and gadgets.
A computer program that pretends to be a 13-year-old Ukrainian boy passed a Turing test at the Royal Society in London yesterday on the 60th anniversary of Turing's death.
Microsoft's second-generation Kinect for Windows sensor will be available to developers, alongside a new software development kit, in July.
Pepper, a robot that runs on emotion engines, algorithms and cloud artificial intelligence, will be sold through Softbank Mobile stores in Japan for about $1,900 in 2015.
The burgeoning global Internet of Things market is on track to hit $7.1 trillion in 2020, according to IT research agency, IDC.
Fuel cells are now a feasible option for powering smartphones and tablets when there's no access to mains power. We look at a UK-developed product that can keep you charged wherever you may roam.
The EU has launched "the world's largest civilian research and innovation programme in robotics", which it expects to create more than 240,000 jobs.