This robot may be the surgeon of the future. Created by Auris Health, it is designed to conduct a biopsy. This demonstration shows how the device will operate on and maneuver through a human lung. In the future, the robot could be used without a human operator. (video by Matt Goldman) (Source: Bloomberg)
Venture capital firm is the second-biggest shareholder after Dropbox CEO.
Apple Inc. is preparing to introduce new low-cost iPads and education software next week in a bid to win back students and teachers from Google and Microsoft Corp.
Asia has the world’s best airports. Still.
Leaders of Apple Inc., Google and other U.S. technology giants head to China this weekend to pursue a familiar goal: To do more business in the world’s most populous nation. The effort has had mixed results, at best, in the past.
Gene Munster, co-founder of Loup Ventures, discusses autonomous vehicles and concerns surrounding self-driving car technology. He speaks on "Bloomberg Technology." (Source: Bloomberg)
Bloomberg's Ed Hammond reports on the U.S. lawsuit against AT&T's proposed acquisition of Time Warner on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
A measure tucked into the massive spending bill passed by the House Thursday lays out new rules for international data requests by law enforcement, giving tech companies an easier way to navigate conflicts between government demands and customer privacy expectations.
Dropbox Inc. raised $756 million in its U.S. initial public offering, according to a person familiar with the matter, pricing its shares above an already increased range.
Lyft Inc. is offering free rides on Saturday in support of "March For Our Lives," a gun control rally organized by survivors of the Parkland shooting.
Dropbox Inc.’s initial public offering could help clear one roadblock to more Silicon Valley companies going public: Their own lofty private valuations.