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Google unveils latest tech tricks as computers get smarter
Google is setting out to handle more of the decision-making for the billions of people using its services as its computer programs gain a better understanding of the world
Elon Musk posts video of 'electric sled' for tunnel travel
Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk on Friday posted video on social media of what he describes as an electric sled speeding through a tunnel, a test of a system he envisions for underground passages to speed traffic under Los Angeles' congested roads
Amber Heard gets 'cheeky' with Elon Musk
Amber Heard posted a "cheeky" photo of her with Elon Musk , feeding rumors that she is dating the Tesla founder. In the Instagram photo taken at a restaurant in Australia, Heard's deep shade of red lipstick can be seen prominently on Musk's cheek, while her arm is draped casually over his shoulder.
Tesla to unveil semi-truck and pick-up truck
Tesla CEO Elon Musk says that the company plans to debut heavy duty trucks and high passenger-density urban transport.
All eyes on Tesla as it faces its biggest hurdle yet
Earlier this week, Tesla achieved a feat few thought possible: The 13-year-old electric car maker from California briefly became the most valuable U.S. auto company, pushing aside 108-year-old General Motors . The accomplishment was short-lived, but it proved that Tesla had the backing of investors
Jared Kushner to lead White House Office of American Innovation
ABC News' Amna Nawaz, Rebecca Jarvis and Rick Klein discuss Kushner's influence and new role leading the White House Office of American Innovation.
Billboard near Elon Musk's Tesla factory asks him to 'dump Trump'
Elon Musk , like many other tech industry leaders, has been slammed by foes of President Trump for being part of the White House's business advisory council. On February 2, the Tesla and SpaceX CEO responded to his detractors who have called on him to drop out of the council, tweeting, "Advisory
5th-grader who gave marketing advice to Tesla is 'really, really excited' it's using her idea
Bria Loveday, a Michigan 5th-grader who wrote Tesla a letter suggesting a new marketing campaign for the upscale electric-vehicle company, is “really, really excited" that CEO Elon Musk is taking her advice. “I didn’t think that would happen,” Bria, 10, said in a Skype interview on “ Good Morning
5th grader who gave marketing advice to Tesla is 'really, really excited' they're using her idea
Bria Loveday of Michigan told "GMA" about her shocked reaction to the news Tesla is using her marketing idea.
New app helps you find a date who looks like your celebrity crush
Plus, the "GMA" anchors discuss their favorite sounds in honor of World Hearing Day.