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Online grocery platform Farmdrop raises £7M Series A led by Atomico

Farmdrop, a farmer-friendly online grocery platform based in the U.K., has raised £7 million in Series A funding. Leading the round is Atomico, the London VC fund founded by Skype co-founder Niklas Zennström. Read More

11 things never to send over work email

What happens in your inbox doesn't always stay there. In fact, one stupid email from your work account can have serious real-world consequences. "Email can be a wonderfully efficient time-saving tool — if used properly," Michael Kerr,...Show More Summary

Uber CEO Travis Kalanick hired his own private driver after that videotaped argument with an Uber driver went viral

For a long time, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick would only use his company's car service to get around. He would even moonlight as a driver once in awhile. But ever since an incident occurred between he and an Uber driver in February, where...Show More Summary

Apple CEO Tim Cook once personally threatened to kick Uber out of the App Store (AAPL)

Apple CEO Tim Cook once personally told Uber CEO Travis Kalanick that the Uber app violated Apple's privacy rules, and threatened to remove Uber from Apple's App Store, the New York Times reported on Sunday. The issue in the reported...Show More Summary

Here’s how the headphones that come with Samsung’s Galaxy S8 compare to Apple’s EarPods

Let’s be clear here: Don’t buy a smartphone because of the headphones in its box. Buy a smartphone because it’s fast, or because it takes great photos, or because you think it looks cool. Unless it comes with a pair that’s truly spectacular,...Show More Summary

Here's how to get verified on Twitter (TWTR)

That little blue checkmark next to a Twitter handle has long been held in high esteem. Originally reserved for the likes of Tony Hawk, San Francisco 311, and NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center, the checkmark, which denotes a verified...Show More Summary

The smartphone is eventually going to die — this is Mark Zuckerberg's crazy vision for what comes next (FB)

At this week's Facebook F8 conference in San Jose, Mark Zuckerberg doubled down on his crazy ambitious 10-year plan for the company, first revealed in April 2016. Here's the current version of that roadmap, revealed by Zuckerberg this...Show More Summary

'Big banks want to come see us every week': Starling CEO Anne Boden on building a bank from scratch, making money, and Monzo's Tom Blomfield

LONDON —Britain is going through a retail banking boom right now, with several new, app-only banks setting up shop. Starling was one of the first. Anne Boden quit her position the COO of Allied Irish Bank (AIB) in 2014 to build a mobile-first bank and has been doing that ever since. Show More Summary

Doctor Who review: Bill and the Timelord must grin and bear it in Smile

“There’s a giant smiley abattoir, and I’m having this childish impulse to blow it up.”

A major dairy producer collapsed — now it's making nut milks and business is booming

When New York City's Elmhurst Dairy opened in 1925, founders Max and Arthur Schwartz hand-bottled milk from 200 cows. They then delivered the bottles, which sat in containers of ice, in a truck throughout the city. Over the next fewShow More Summary

Tesla fans are about to get what they really want from the company (TSLA)

Tesla is poised to have a very big 2017. Apart from the carmaker's surging $50-billion market capitalization, which on the back of a $300-plus-share price has vaulted the company's valuation above Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and Ford,Show More Summary

The CEO of a billion-dollar brand says he doesn't hire people with a red-flag quality that's 'the enemy of everything'

If you're heading into a job interview planning to self-deprecate and talk about all your past screw-ups, you're probably not going to get hired. On the flip side, if you're heading there thinking that you really deserve the interviewer's...Show More Summary

This dryer dries clothes in half the time with no heat — and it could save Americans $900 million in utility costs

Scientists at Oak Ridge National Lab are finding ways to revolutionize dryers. Their technology will enable dryers to get rid of the moisture in your clothes, without using heat. Follow Tech Insider: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »

This chart explains why Tesla has been making history (TSLA)

For the better part of a century, there have been three major US carmakers: General Motors, Ford, and Chrysler (now Fiat Chrysler Automobiles). Over the past few month, a new contender has crashed the party: Tesla. After briefly seeing its market cap rise above GM, Tesla has slipped back. Show More Summary

Here's a handy trick to keep your iPhone from making noise when you plug it in (AAPL)

Every time you plug in your iPhone, it makes a noise — either a soft chime or the sound it makes when it vibrates. Even if your iPhone is in Do Not Disturb mode, or you have it in silent mode, it will still vibrate. That's often enough...Show More Summary

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