What’s News: Goldman Sachs names 78 new partners. Rosetta’s probe successfully lands on comet. Yahoo buys video-ad platform BrightRoll for about $640 million. Joanne Po reports. Photo: AP
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The car of the future? GM announces hands-free driving technologies are expected to be introduced into the company’s 2016 vehicles. WSJ’s Jeff Bennett is in Detroit and joins the News Hub to discuss. Photo: Getty
Job search site GlassDoor.com revealed the results of its “top companies for culture and values” so which ones topped the list? MarketWatch’s Charles Passey joins MoneyBeat with details. Photo: Getty Images.
The telecom says it’s on track to get fewer government requests than in 2014, but it still far outpaces requests made to Google or Facebook.
Google revealed plans to expand into every facet of your life through new versions of its Android OS and beefed-up smartphones and tablets.
Check out this amazing new tech from Google. This car drives itself and even lacks a steering wheel. Source: http://www.theverge.com/2014/5/28/5756852/googles-self-driving-car-isnt-a-car-its-the-future Google’s video demo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CqSDWoAhvLU
The conviction of former Chinese political leader Bo Xilai and Google Chairman Eric Schmidt calling China “the most dangerous superpower on earth” were among the most-read news for the WSJ’s Chinese readers in 2013. Carlos Tejada tells Jake Lee what …
China’s e-commerce market is already bigger than that of the U.S. and is growing very rapidly. Billboard Kwok of OglivyOne talks to the WSJ’s Wei Gu about the lure of slower growth markets outside China.
The tech giant’s purchase of Boston Dynamics – creator of Big Dog – raises questions about the scary creations it could have in mind … we imagine what it might come up with