"Some guy literally asleep at the wheel," eyewitness Dakota Randall wrote on Twitter.
Walmart accused the tech company of negligence after solar panels it installed at seven stores caught fire. Now, the corporate giants are trying to patch up their relationship.
An eyewitness captured the aftermath of the crash on camera.
Roberto Escobar alleges that Elon Musk's "Not-A-Flamethrower" copies his design. He's threatening to sue unless Musk gives him $100 million in cash or shares of Tesla.
Harvard-led team say a thin layer of silica aerogel could insulate the planet's surface.
The Imaging X-Ray Polarimetry Explorer (IXPE) is a space observatory that's designed to collect X-ray light data from extreme phenomena.
The remains have been placed inside one of 24 satellites set to be launched by the rocket later this evening.
The Space Test Program-2 mission, organized by the Department of Defense, will launch 24 satellites into orbit.
The technology has the potential to revolutionize navigation in space and usher in a new era of exploration to far-flung worlds.
The technology billionaire, known for leading SpaceX and Tesla, sparked confusion, intrigue and a slew of memes in response to his latest Twitter escapades.
"Starfield" will be set in a realistic science fiction future, Bethesda's Todd Howard said in conversation with Elon Musk.
A witness who recorded the video said he called 911 after spotting the driver. Tesla has stressed autopilot is not fully autonomous, describing it as a "driver assistance system."
Lift-off will be from California's Vandenberg Air Force base with the primary launch window opening at 7:17 a.m. PDT.
The aim of the ambitious Starlink project is to provide global internet coverage with low lag times by launching around 12,000 satellites into low-Earth orbit.
The Falcon Heavy is the most powerful rocket currently in operation.
In an earnings call, Musk conceded that Tesla profits were unlikely for Q1 this year.
The lunar library contains a collection of songs, children's drawings and the entire English-language version of Wikipedia.
SpaceX has been awarded a $2.6 billion contract by NASA to fly astronauts to the International Space Station.
The system is designed to transport passengers underground at up to 150 miles per hour.
Dmitry Rogozin, the head of Roscosmos Federal Space Agency, said the SpaceX founder had deliberately undercut rocket launch prices "to squeeze Russia out of this market."