With data in hand showing how early riders have been using its autonomous vehicles, Alphabet has inked partnership deals that cater to their most common needs.
Apple, Microsoft, and American Tower deserve strong consideration from income-seeking investors.
This technology is still years away from ubiquity, there's a huge difference between semi- and fully autonomous vehicles, and more regulation is needed before driverless cars become prevalent on the roads.
Windstream Holdings, Universal Display, and Ambarella have taken a beating this year, but one of these companies should be able to turn things around.
Investors were pleased to see the company beat Wall Street's expectations in the second quarter.
News that Apple is tapping the company for OLED displays made investors swoon.
Some incorrect reporting about the company giving researchers access to user data didn't sit well with investors.
An analyst upgrade and an earnings beat in the second quarter lifted the company's share price in July.
The merger deal with Qualcomm died last month, and some investors took it hard.
If you like the electric automaker because of its disruptive potential and its prospects in driverless car tech, then you need to consider Apple and General Motors.
AI will make cars safer, devices smarter, and healthcare more efficient. Oh, and it'll be worth about $15.7 trillion, too.
These two companies are pushing forward with their innovative technologies, but NVIDIA's ability to tap into multiple markets at once makes it the better bet.
A drop in sales from a key customer and low guidance sent Ambarella's stock tumbling.
Investors pushed the company's share price down after disappointing first-quarter guidance.
Strong quarterly results and price hikes by analysts have pushed PayPal's share price higher.
The company is performing well, and investors are taking notice.
An analyst's downgrade turned investors against the stock, but things seem to be turning around lately.
Snap received two bits of positive news in June, but the boost could be short-lived.
The 125-year-old automaker has all of the elements in place to dominate the nascent autonomous-vehicle market.
One of these tech leaders is doing a better job of capturing new opportunities.