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4 ways to give your iPhone and MacBook Pro a beautiful retro look, ranging from $20 to $1,900

There are countless case and wrap designs to make your Apple iPhone or MacBook Pro truly yours and original. In my eyes, however, there's only one way to make your iPhone or MacBook product look better than it already does: Giving them the retro Apple look. It could be just me, but I find Apple's original Macintosh SE design absolutely gorgeous. Show More Summary

Wilson’s Heart is Oculus’ most interesting VR misfire yet

Game misses the mark as VR adventure. What does that mean for VR’s early days?

Verizon and AT&T both launched misleading services this week — and it points to a larger problem

Earlier this week, Verizon and AT&T introduced new services for some of their respective customers: Verizon advertised a "Fios Gigabit Connection" plan that promises "gigabit internet connection service" for more than 8 million homes scattered across Virginia, Washington, D.C., and the Northeast, with prices starting at $69.99 a month. Show More Summary

Here are the best app launches and updates you may have missed in April

It was a big month for photo apps. Snapchat added 3D lenses to its rear-facing camera, Memoji launched to help turn your selfies into emojis, and FaceApp, which can age a photo of you or swap your gender, launched on Android. Plus, Google...Show More Summary

The terrifying way our universe will die

Robbert Dijkgraaf is a theoretical physicist and Leon Levy Professor at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton. He is also the co-author of "The Usefulness of Useless Knowledge." In this video, he explains how our universe will meet its death. Show More Summary

Undeveloped microbiomes make infants more prone to illness

Undeveloped immune systems are not the only culprit in infants’ susceptibility.

The continuing mystery behind the cuteness of tame animals

A new book examines an epic study in behavioural genetics, but forgets to include the detail – or explain why so many domesticated creatures have curly tails

Apple won't explain why some of its new MacBook Pros are making a weird popping noise (AAPL)

Many MacBook Pro owners are complaining that their high-end laptops are making a weird "popping" noise — and Apple isn't saying why. Earlier this month, reports started circulating about the problem. Owners of the new MacBook Pro, released...Show More Summary

There's a bizarre loophole you have to jump through when booking an Airbnb in Cuba

BERLIN — If you're planning to visit Cuba in the near future and you want to use Airbnb, you'll quickly realise there's a bizarre loophole you have to jump through in order to make your booking. When requesting to book an Airbnb in Cuba,...Show More Summary

An Oxford professor gives 3 reasons why eating alone at restaurants is becoming more acceptable

Business Insider spoke with Professor Charles Spence, Head of Crossmodal Research Laboratory at Oxford University and author of “Gastrophysics, The New Science of Eating,” about why it's becoming more acceptable to eat alone at restaurants. He...Show More Summary

Doctor Who: Thin Ice review

Bill and the Time Lord tackle different types of serpents in a classic Who episode.

The top 15 organizations business majors want to work for after graduation

Where do business students want to work these days? To find out, Universum, a global research and advisory firm, surveyed 81,102 students from 359 universities in the US about their views on employers. Out of those respondents, 26,809...Show More Summary

Fyre Festival organizer says he was 'naive' about the luxury event that became a nightmare — but says he's planning another one

The Fyre Festival was supposed to be an escape to an island paradise, where you and your friends could party with super models and indulge in luxury. What those who spent $450-$12,000 for a ticket actually got, however, was a day spent...Show More Summary

This futuristic $300 white noise machine helped me get the best sleep ever

White-noise machines are not a modern concept. But a white-noise machine that creates a sound blanket customized to your room's acoustics? That's new. And that's what the Nightingale does: It's a smart sleep system that masks all sorts...Show More Summary

Nintendo just unveiled a new portable console — here's what it is and why you should want one

Nintendo's blockbuster Switch is a new kind of video-game console that can be plugged into a TV for big-screen gaming, or pocketed for portable action. But the Switch isn't Nintendo's only portable console. The Nintendo 3DS has been on the market since 2011, meaning it has a deeper bench of top-tier games. Show More Summary

The LEGO has landed: New set allows you to build the Moon rocket

If there’s a downside, like the Apollo program itself, this set comes at a high price.

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