Elon Musk thinks unions are bad for Tesla
Who needs collective bargaining when you're getting free froyo and roller coaster rides?
FCC head puts the brakes on new ISP privacy rules
Without them, broadband companies will have free access to customers' browsing habits.
Facebook claims a technical error automatically logged users out
Your account wasn't compromised and it should be back to normal soon.
How used cars became a security nightmare
Hack an app, win a free car!
Investors and employees aren't buying Uber's sexism 'probe'
Huffington and Holder are too "inside" to investigate Susan Fowler's complaints, says Mitch Kapor.
The NBA hopes VR will expand its audience
After dabbling in 360 video the league is building a reputation for experimentation.
The Engadget Podcast Ep 29: Re-Offender
The return of the Note 7, PewDiePie and Uber's serious sexism problem.
Google helps put aging SHA-1 encryption out to pasture
The first "collision" makes website attacks 100,000 times faster.
Lyft's biggest rollout takes it to 50 new cities
It's almost done with its expansion plans for 2017.