Volkswagen is recalling 420,000 vehicles of eight different models in the U.S. because of a problem with its front air bag that can prevent it from deploying in a crash.
General Motors is recalling 73,424 Chevrolet Cobalt cars in the U.S. and Canada because improper wiring could prevent a driver’s side air bag from deploying after a crash.
Google’s latest Chromebook laptop will be specially designed for corporate customers in an effort to get more workers off machines powered by Microsoft’s dominant Windows software.
Samsung has unveiled two new Android smartphones with jumbo screens as it seeks to recapture some of the sales lost to Apple after larger iPhones came out last year.
EA Sports dropped Chicago Blackhawks star Patrick Kane from promoting and appearing on the cover of its “NHL 16” video game because he is under police investigation.
A courtroom artist whose sketches of Tom Brady at the first ‘Deflategate’ civil suit hearing in Manhattan led to a Twitter flurry said that it’s her job to show what’s going on.
Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign casts her decision to turn over her personal email server to the Justice Department as cooperating with investigators.
Grocery store chain Kroger is expanding upon their idea to save shoppers some time. The company is currently testing an online ordering process for customers in a hurry.
Google is creating a new company to oversee its internet business and flock of other ventures, including some that are known more for their ambition than for turning a profit.
Fort Worth-based American Airlines and Sabre, a company that processes airline reservations, may have both been victims of China-based hackers.
The hotel industry is objecting to the proposed merger between online travel booking sites Expedia and Orbitz.
The dream of a free and open internet is slowly being killed by censorship, overregulation and bad laws that don’t stop the right people, a top computer crime defense lawyer said.