The SpaceX and Tesla CEO is expanding his focus into robotics in the hope of one day bringing affordable robots to the masses.
Named 'Optimus', the Tesla-developed robot has the potential to automate the workplace - and even the home.
Will Tesla's new humanoid robot actually benefit society in the long run or are we heading for disaster ?
Tesla's self-driving car technology has caused a number of road accidents involving emergency vehicles.
Elon Musk's electric car company has branched out into developing autonomous, humanoid robots.
The 5G network has the potential to realize the dream that Tesla obsessed over more than a century ago.
A rather peculiar claim concerning Nikola Tesla has been found in the archives of the FBI's official website.
Inventor and scientist Nikola Tesla had more than a passing interest in Egypt's archaeological wonders.
The reveal of Tesla's controversial new super-tough cyberpunk truck didn't go quite according to plan.
The first and only sports car to have ever been launched into space has now traveled 763 million miles.
The automotive and technology firm has revealed its plans for self-driving vehicles and automated taxis.
According to Elon Musk, the upcoming supercar will have thrusters enabling it to fly through the air.
Elon Musk's Tesla Roadster is set to venture even further away from home than anyone had expected.
The SpaceX CEO has posted up images of his Tesla Roadster mounted inside the rocket's nose cone.
The maiden voyage of the SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket will carry Musk's own Tesla Roadster in to space.
Elon Musk has revealed that all Tesla's upcoming vehicles will be capable of driving autonomously.
A driver in the US who took ill at the wheel was saved after his car drove him to a nearby hospital.
Joshua Brown died when the Tesla Model S self-driving vehicle he was in collided with a tractor-trailer.
Tesla predicted a great many things about the future and much of it turned out to be spot on.
Pioneering physicist Nikola Tesla predicted the concept of SMS text messages as far back as 1909.