Auto Companies Hunt for 'White Hat' Hackers
Finding computer security testers is incredibly hard, the Detroit Free Press reports.
Video: A Tour of an Interactive Pop-Up Science Exhibit in Downtown Detroit
The gallery creates an intersection between science, technology and art, aimed at 15- to 25-year-olds.
A Native Detroiter's Remarkable Rise To CEO Of One of The Hottest E-Sports Firms
The startup is on the verge of announcing a record-setting funding round, Inc. magazine reports.
Gallery: 15,000 Young Robot Builders Show Skills at World Finals in Detroit
The Minnesota teens from St. Paul are among global competitors here through Saturday for the FIRST championships at Cobo Center. See 10 more photos.
Murder Victim's Family Waited and Waited for Detroit Judge Vonda Evans
"The very first day we were there, the judge was a no show that day. We weren't given a reason," relative Rafael Ybarra said. "The very next day, she shows up at 11:30 a.m."
Facebook 'Friend' Swindles Troy Woman Out of $62,100
A 63-year-old Troy woman met the crook on Facebook, and the rest is history. So is her money.
Domino's Overtakes Pizza Hut with Focus on Technology
"We used to be a pizza company that sells online and we needed to become an e-commerce company that sells pizza," Domino's chief digital officer tells the Freep.
Forbes Magazine: 4 Reasons Why Silicon Valley Won't Be Moving to Detroit
A San Francisco-based venture capital investor Robin Li commented that the Madison building in downtown Detroit, a tech incubator, is "nicer than San Francisco."
David Weiss: Why I Quit Facebook, And Why You Should Find Better Things to Do
"Ninety percent of the puerile, armchair activists wasting their lives in self-aggrandizing posturing are usually being read by absolutely nobody," writes David Weiss.
Update: 'We Are All Disappointed,' Dan Gilbert Says as Amazon Bypasses Detroit
Twenty semifinalists include Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Chicago and even Columbus, Ohio -- a Midwestern rival (in sports and alumni pride, at least).
Video: A Chat About Driverless Vehicles and When Our Cars Will Become Obsolete
Should we worry about buying a car today, only to have it quickly become obsolete because of self-driving cars? Joe Wiesenfelder of Cars.com talks about the future at the auto show.
How Amazon Bid Came Together: 'I Know Bezos, I Know How He Thinks' -- Gilbert
"I want to treat this like I would treat an Olympic bid committee," Mayor Mike Duggan told Dan Gilbert.
Brian MacKenzie: 2017 Was a Notable Year for Cyber Insecurity
Malware attacks occur every 40 seconds and tend to focus on small businesses. Many block data access until ransom is paid.
Uber Adds Metro Detroit Food Deliveries
The standalone meal delivery app, created in 2015, serves 100 cities.