"He's going to be building a very big plant in the United States," president Trump said at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. "He has to, because we help him, so he has to help us."
Several brands have left the project since it was first announced last June, mostly citing concerns about regulation, piling pressure on the Facebook subsidiary's hopes of creating a cryptocurrency.
Researchers created a type of diamond that can generate a small electrical current when placed in close proximity to radioactive material. Could it be a new energy source?
"We didn't just want to improve on the car. We wanted to reimagine transportation as if the car had never existed," Cruise CEO Dan Ammann wrote in a blog post this week.
The cutting-edge camera can capture motion like shockwaves and possibly even the signals that travel through neurons—but don't expect to get your hands on one anytime soon.
Hundreds of minors were found to be working out of normal business hours in restaurants owned by Louisville-based Manna Inc., the U.S. Department of Labor's Wage and Hour Division (WHD) said.
"It took the catch bag of fish right out of my hand narrowly missing my arm," one spear-fisherman said. "I unhooked it from myself whilst the shark was thrashing around and let him take it."
"I think his whole foot was in the shark's mouth, and you could see the bite mark on the top and bottom of his foot," said a friend of the victim. "Must have been maybe a five or six-foot shark."
Facebook has made no secret of its hopes of WhatsApp monetization in the past, but a new report suggests those plans are no longer in motion. What does that mean for the social network?
Estefany Acosta, 24, was charged with aggravated battery on a child following an incident which allegedly took place at Early Learning Academy in Boca Raton on January 10.
Jaime Javier Amogueafonseca, 32, was detained by officers from the Tampa Police Department on January 12 and charged with aggravated child abuse (torture), authorities said.
"Until recently, Twitch held a monopoly on most of the top live streamers. Now that this is changing," Ashray Urs, head of product at Streamlabs, tells Newsweek.
The edit button is often requested by Twitter users, but Dorsey countered by noting that implementing the feature could have a number of unfortunate consequences.
"The DPRK can be considered the safest country in the world. As long as you have a basic common-sense and respect for the culture," the conference website claims. The U.N. disagrees.
"Finalized the agreement for AKON CITY in Senegal. Looking forward to hosting you there in the future," the musician and entrepreneur wrote on social media this week.
"Today law enforcement has access to more data than ever before in history, so Americans do not have to choose between weakening encryption and solving investigations," Apple said.
Internet mapping tools and security analysts indicate new internet downtime aligned with the government's admission that its military shot down Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752.
"Mother nature is unforgiving," the Oregon Coast Guard division wrote on Facebook. "Beaches along the Pacific Northwest are rugged and remote. Always know the current ocean conditions."
On the rich list, he is second only to Jeff Bezos. So, after distilling a Microsoft stake and donating billions to charity, it begs the question: how on earth is Gates maintaining that vast fortune?
The LAPD compiled video from body-worn cameras and witness cell phones to providing more information about the death of a 22-year-old robbery suspect, Nathaniel Pinnock, in November last year.
Felix Cosme, 63, of Dacula, was working at O'Reilly's Auto Parts store at 2786 Hamilton Mill Road in Buford when he tried to pull his weapon to stop an attempted robbery, police say.
"She had a confrontation with what we believe is a lemon shark and managed to get her foot into the shark's mouth somehow," a LifeFlight rescue team spokesperson said.
The 20-year-old Brooksville woman told Pasco Sheriff's Office deputies that she had been "high on cocaine and does not remember" the evening of the alleged vehicle attack, an arrest report said.
The 30-year-old victim, identified as Noemí, of Puebla, was injured while visiting the "Bio Zoo" in Córdoba, Veracruz, with members of her family. She allegedly passed over a security line.
"Officers observed the horse to be extremely exhausted, dripping in sweat and shaking uncontrollably. The horse fell shortly after and stopped breathing," the City of Brookshire police chief said.
"Army Recruiting Command has received multiple calls and emails about these fake text messages and wants to ensure Americans understand these texts are false," military officials said.
"While these videos are still rare on the internet, they present a significant challenge for our industry and society as their use increases," warned Facebook executive Monika Bickert.
"It ended up being a counterfeit ticket, it's what the industry calls a cut-and-paste," said Jay Ledbetter, director of security at the Mississippi Lottery Corporation after the men were caught.
"You spend a lot of your life at work, so we want to make it a real good vibe. The test is, do you look forward to coming to work in the morning and, if not, we should fix it," Musk said.
"The doctors said I wouldn't be here today if I hadn't have gone to the hospital when I did. When I came around, I was just in shock," said snake bite victim Nikita Aldridge.