Feds Put on Their Own Autos Show; Latest Event Involves Airbag Scandal
Three times this week, the feds went after auto-related companies. On Friday, the Justice Department announces serious allegations against Takata, maker of defective airbags.
Online Vehicle-Buying Service Launched by Karmanos' MadDog Technology
The firm sends details about the vehicle buyers want anonymously to different dealers.
Interest in Clinton Township Cryonic Lab Surges After British Teen Frozen There
The 14-year-old British girl, who died of cancer, learned about the facility on the Internet.
Video: An Amusing Drone Rescue and Crash in Downtown Detroit
William Elling of Macomb County set out to rescue his friend's drone, which got stuck on the roof of a building in downtown Detroit. He created an amusing video on the rescue.
New Questions: Is Gilbert's Soccer Stadium Dead? Will the Jail Be Built?
The county plans to finish the new jail downtown, but Dan Gilbert still wants to build a soccer stadium there.
Gov. Snyder Administration Pens Agreement With China Over Driverless Cars
“Michigan and China are in unique positions as we each pursue business and opportunities in the interconnected autonomous vehicle space,” Gov. Rick Snyder said.
Lansing Utility Pays $25,000 in 'Ransomware' Extortion
BWL General Manager Dick Peffley termed the payment “distasteful and disgusting but sadly necessary."
Pete Karmanos Bets on Pontiac Emerging as a Tech Center
“Being one of the first to invest in Detroit, we saw that technology companies can be the heart of an economic renaissance," Pete Karmanos Jr. says.
MSU Prof Helps Lansing Cops Crack Locked Smartphone of Murder Victim
Professor Anil K. Jain at the MSU Department of Computer Science & Engineering came to rescue for the Lansing Police Department.
Video: A Drone Canvasses the Dilapidated Silverdrome
More than six minutes of aerial scenes show the ruins in Pontiac.
Ann Arbor Area Is a Hotbed for Testing Driverless Cars
A big challenge is creating a driverless car that responds to unpredictable road conditions.
Hotshot: New UM Grad, 22, Jumps to High-Profile Job at Bloomberg as Tech Writer
"Mark's story is one of the most remarkable in technology journalism," Bloomberg's editor tells staff members in introducing the six-figure recruit.
'A City That Eats Pride for Breakfast' -- The New York Times on Detroit
Veteran music critic Ben Ratliff shares observations about the Movement Electronic Music Festival.
Detroit Divide: 'Worst Internet Access of Any Big American City'
"Detroit is becoming a case study in how the digital divide in an urban setting can make or break a recovery," The New York Times reports.
Dan Gilbert and Warren Buffet Are in Group Seeking Yahoo!
The group is in the second round of bidding for Yahoo’s assets.