April 15, 2013 Advertisers want to hear what you have to say, and many are about to roll out new kinds of ads you can actually have a conversation with. Marketers are hoping to leverage the power of voice and the kinds of technologies that power Apple's Siri to start selling us all sorts of things.
April 15, 2013 The new 9-speed and 10-speed transmissions are aimed at meeting new federal fuel efficiency standards.
April 15, 2013 The pitcher pitchman is getting a new computer-generated look and will be talking in his new ads. But fans of the old guy can take heart: Kool-Aid Man still prefers to bust through things.
April 15, 2013 The main skills required are attention to detail, cheerful obedience, and the ability to add two-digit numbers in your head. Also, it helps to like finance.
April 15, 2013 The satellite TV distributor hopes it can outmaneuver Japanese phone company SoftBank for control of Sprint.
April 15, 2013 Federal aviation regulators say a pin on the horizontal stabilizer could be prone to corrosion and "premature failure."
April 15, 2013 Same-sex marriage got huge headlines at the Supreme Court last month, but in the world of science and medicine, the case being argued on Monday is far more important. The lawsuit deals with a truly 21st century issue that in some cases can pit drugmakers against patients.
April 15, 2013 At the corner of Crenshaw Boulevard and 28th Street in Los Angeles, you'll find Robert Oliver wearing a Statue of Liberty costume and dancing to promote Liberty Tax Service. "I'm never embarrassed to be out here," he says. "I'm proud of what I do."