'Influencers' are Internet celebrities who have massive followings that can be easily measured by counting the likes on Facebook, views on Youtube or plays on Vine.
This week marks the 50th anniversary of Moore's Law, a theory espoused by Intel (INTC) Founder Gordon Moore, that said the processing power of transistors will double every two years.
Cadillac President Johan de Nysschen says the new CT6 sedan will be the 'new flagship for Cadillac.'
GM's Head of Product Development Mark Reuss says the world's largest automaker has made great strides over the past year to fix decade-old safety issues.
Ford CEO Mark Fields says the new Lincoln Continental concept car will appeal to luxury buyers here in the U.S. and in China when it goes on sale in 2016.
Ford is unveiling the first-ever global RS model ahead of the start of the New York Auto Show.
The annual SXSW Interactive technology festival has become a breeding ground for promising startups destined to soar.
Not Impossible offers tech-based solutions for people around the world on the belief that getting many experts to work on finding a solution to a problem is more efficient.
Wix.com raised its first quarter and full year guidance for 2015 on the back of an increasing in revenue following its Super Bowl ad featuring Brett Favre.
AeroMobil's CEO Juraj Vaculik says the company hopes to start test flights of the flying car in the U.S. in the second half of 2015.