Google Launches Game-Streaming PlatformGoogle on Tuesday unveiled a video-game streaming platform called Stadia, positioning itself to take on the traditional video-game business.
Hawaii Weighs First-In-Nation Plastic Bans At RestaurantsThe liberal state has a history of prioritizing the environment — it's mandated renewable energy use and prohibited sunscreen ingredients that harm coral.
SEC: Musk's Contempt Defense 'Borders On The Ridiculous'Legal experts say it's unlikely that Musk will be punished severely, but the commission wants to get on the record that Musk violated the terms, to prepare for any future violations.
AP Source: Justice Dept. Probing Development Of Boeing JetsThe Transportation Department's FAA regulates Chicago-based Boeing and is responsible for certifying that planes can fly safely.
Apple Unveils New iPad Air, iPad MiniTypically Apple creates fanfare around the arrival of new hardware. But this year it wants the focus of its upcoming spring press event to be on its rumored streaming service. That's why the company let the world know about its new iPads in a press release.
Facebook: Service Hindered By Lack Of Local NewsSome 1,800 newspapers have closed in the United States over the last 15 years, according to the University of North Carolina. Newsroom employment has declined by 45 percent as the industry struggles with a broken business model partly caused by the success of companies on the Internet, including Facebook.
Foxconn: Wisconsin Factory Will Be Operational In 2020The Taiwan-based Foxconn is building what is known as a Generation 6 factory, which typically makes smaller liquid crystal display screens for cellphones, tablets, televisions and other devices.
Congress To Investigate FAA Approval Of Boeing 737 Max AircraftThe development comes as preliminary evidence shows striking similarities between two deadly crashes involving 737 Max aircraft in the past six months.