Tesla racks up $40 million in Model X reservations

Last week Tesla unveiled its third all-electric vehicle. Dubbed Model X, the coolest part of the SUV's design, at least in my opinion, is the slick gull-wing doors on the rear of the vehicle.

Mithos fantasy car has its curves in all the right places

Generally, when we write about cars on TG Daily, we're discussing real vehicles that are likely to come to market at some point in the near future.

Samsung may spin off LCD unit

Samsung, the world's leading manufacturer in flat-panel displays, is looking to shake up the LCD segment of its operations.

BMW touts 2013 M6 convertible and coupe

BMW has released a number of new images showcasing its latest M model, the sleek 2013 M6.

Survey shows how much Americans love telecommuting

If you could work from home, would you? And do you think you could be more productive?

Claim: EVs may not be better for the environment

When it comes to electric vehicles (EVs), one of the claims that has long been debated is the alleged savings in greenhouse gas emissions.

Amazon not considering streaming-only service

Even though Amazon's Prime Instant Video Service has enough legs to stand up against Netflix, the company has no plans to separate it as an individual service.

Amazon expands streaming video offering

When it comes to online video streaming, Amazon is still trying to remind everyone that it's in the race too.

Chevy Volt and Nissan Leaf sales dip in January

GM and Nissan have published their respective January (2012) sales figures for the green Chevrolet Volt and Nissan Leaf.

News Corp accused of more hacking

News Corp, which ate massive amounts of crow after its tabloid publications were accused of unlawful hacking, is now facing a new allegation.

Feds seize streaming sites in Super Bowl crackdown

US law enforcement officials have kicked off a crackdown against unauthorized sports streaming sites by seizing a number of domains ahead of Super Bowl weekend.

Pirate Bay founders lose final appeal, face penalties

It is the end of the line for Pirate Bay founders Peter Sunde Fredrik Neij, Gottfrid Svartholm, and Carl Lundstrom.

Microsoft launches anti-Google privacy ad campaign

Whenever a company has some sort of privacy snafu, it's a great opportunity...for that company's competitors.

RIM will no longer combine CEO and chairman position

2012 will be one of Research in Motion's most challenging years yet, but it's already making structural changes that will help bring the Blackberry brand back to prominence.

Former RIM CEO buys $50 million in RIM stock

Mike Lazaridis may no longer be one of the front men at Research in Motion but he's still as ardent as ever in his belief that it can thrive in an iPhone and Android world.

Time Warner Cable numbers prove paradigm shift

We're in the midst of a huge shake-up in the way consumers get their TV content, and there's no better example of that than Time Warner Cable's recent earnings report.

Expose reveals Amazon review bribery

How far would some sellers go to get a lucrative five-star review on Amazon.com?

George Hotz leaves Facebook, loses hack contest

In less than a year, famed PS3 hacker George Hotz has gone from trending news topic to the "Where Are They Now?" files.

After historic decline, Netflix user base surges

Not that long ago, headlines were full of comments about Netflix's first ever loss in subscription numbers, but the company is on a rebound now.

Apple reportedly gives big discounts to employees

If you work at Apple, your biggest perk is already the savings you get on a new Mac, and now that savings is getting even greater.