Now that Tesla Motors Inc. has delivered its first Model S electric luxury car, the next few quarters are key to seeing whether the company can build a sustainable business, an analyst said.
Tesla Motors Inc. says more than 10,000 people have put down a refundable deposit for the five-seat sedan, and the Palo Alto company expects to sell 5,000 this year.
The company's first mass-market, five-seat sedan will be delivered Friday. The car, called the Model S, will either propel the company to profitability or leave it sputtering on the fumes of a $465 million government loan.
That coffee you're drinking while gazing at your iPad? It cost more than all the electricity needed to run those games, emails, videos and news stories for a year.
The first BlackBerry device running Research In Motion Ltd.'s new operating software will not have a physical keyboard, only a touch-screen one.
An experimental solar plane hoping to one day fly around the world tried again Thursday to fly over Morocco's Atlas Mountains after being thwarted a week ago by high winds.
South Korean TV manufacturers are making billion dollar bets on a new display technology that promises an even thinner screen and imagery of eye-popping clarity.
With the unveiling of the Surface tablet, Microsoft is heading into unusual territory: competing with its partners, the very same companies that make Windows PCs.
Microsoft unveiled a new tablet computer, Surface, that attempts to take advantage of one of the few criticisms of Apple's iPad — that it is better for consuming content than creating it.
The twin X-37B vehicles are part of a military program testing robotically controlled reusable spacecraft technologies.
Britain's defense ministry has awarded a $1.7B contract to Rolls-Royce to deliver reactor cores for the UK's nuclear-powered submarine fleet.
Thanks to government regulation and gas-price gyrations, the motors that move the nation's cars and trucks are shrinking.
A new kind of business mobility has emerged in today’s high-tech business environment, and it differs greatly from the traditional definition of the concept.
A new education-to-work program will give students hands-on experience in manufacturing while they earn a two-year degree.
Apple is escalating the feud between two of the world's most influential companies by dumping Google's mapping service as a built-in feature on most iPhones and iPads.
As "smart" as today's phones are, they can't compensate for human folly.
With more than $2B in cash, bankruptcy for RIM seems unlikely in the near term, but these are troubling times for Canada's Silicon Valley.
The future of automotive safety is coming this summer to the U.S.: Cars that to talk to each other and warn drivers of impending collisions.
Nearly 50 cars, many of them from Ford's flathead era, and well over 1,000 signs are up for auction this weekend in Hampton, N.H.
The Honda Fit electric car has received the highest fuel efficiency rating ever from the Environmental Protection Agency, the company said.
Solar Impulse is a single-seat aircraft fitted with 12,000 solar cells across a wingspan similar to that of a large commercial jet airliner.
Until the rules that govern the economy fundamentally change, and we make it more profitable to make money with manufacturing, we will not see innovation dig us out of this hole.
A new Boeing unmanned drone that is designed to stay airborne for days has completed its first autonomous flight at Edwards Air Force Base, despite a rocky landing.
A Georgia Tech research team has developed a novel technology that could change how industry designs and casts complex, costly metal parts.
A logical extension of current wireless trends, phone calls and texts would be considered as just another form of data.