The university celebrated Friday the opening of its newest facility on campus — the Advanced Engineering Building. Classes will be held in the building this fall.
A private U.S. lunar lander touched down on the moon, but contact with the craft was weak, company officials said.
The nation’s largest wireless carrier issued an apology for the problems, which affected cellphone customers across the U.S.
About 20 teenagers at Durango High School spent their after-school hours on Valentine’s Day learning how to solder and talking via video conferencing with NASA engineers.
Musk’s brain implant company moved its legal corporate home after a Delaware judge struck down his $55.8 billion pay package as CEO of Tesla.
With celebrities backing the company, this startup is looking to grow in Las Vegas.
A high speed fiber optic internet provider is seeking approval from Clark County to enter the market.
A new study shows that human-caused climate change is altering the region’s temperatures and worsening extreme drought.
Apple rolled out an update to its iOS operating system this week with a feature called Stolen Device Protection that makes it a lot harder for phone thieves to access key functions and settings. Users are being urged to turn it on immediately.
Tesla has reportedly told suppliers that it would like to begin production of a new electric vehicle in 2025, according to Reuters.
A German company is offering a car rental service in downtown Las Vegas where the car is driven to the customer using remove driving technology.
Union workers have been fighting for months for stronger job protection against inevitable advancements in technology. Some of them were on display this week at CES.
COVID-19’s latest variant is on the loose, but local experts think vaccines can mitigate its spread and severity.
Walmart is incorporating artificial intelligence into the retail experience through new features introduced at CES, president and CEO Doug McMillon said during a Tuesday keynote address.