When it comes to hobbies, some tech billionaires are off trying to buy land in New Zealand to prepare for Doomsday. Not Xavier Niel, who is one of France's richest men and worth £7 billion, according to Forbes. Niel is spending his millions...Show More Summary
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Professional networking site LinkedIn revamped its entire user experience in January, and there's a good chance you're not using its features to their full potential. Business Insider spoke with its lead designer to help you out. Hari...Show More Summary
The company hasn't disclosed pricing for the roughly 10-minute flight into space.
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President Donald Trump is fond of using his Twitter account to push his policy goals as well as settle scores with rivals. For years, Trump tweeted his 140-character messages from an Android device, according to his tweets and reports. But...Show More Summary
For six years, Terry Blanchard led the engineering team for Apple's Mail app. Now he's left Apple to be VP of engineering at Readdle, the Ukrainian developer behind popular productivity apps like Scanner Pro, PDF Expert, and the email...Show More Summary
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Shiva Ayyadurai, who sued the Techdirt blog for libel, will run in Massachusetts.
Good morning! Here is the tech news you need to know this Wednesday. 1. Amazon announced that it has agreed to acquire Dubai-based online retailer Souq.com. The value of the deal was not disclosed. 2. Apple rolled out a new software update for iPhones and iPads that changes the way files are stored. Show More Summary
With almost a month gone since it began life as a public company, analysts are warming to Snapchat’s parent company, Snap Inc. A number of investment banks recommended buying the stock at the start of this week, with price targets in...Show More Summary
Electric-car startup Faraday Future hit another speed bump in its nearly yearlong struggle to keep the lights on. The Southern California-based company announced it is scrapping plans to build a secondary facility in the San Francisco...Show More Summary
Last fall, Josh Reeves, CEO of San Francisco-based HR software startup Gusto, conducted an experiment. He did his own take on the reality TV show Undercover Boss. He wasn't exactly undercover (his employees knew who he was) but in the...Show More Summary
On March 30, SpaceX will try to re-launch and re-land a used Falcon 9 rocket booster for the first time. A telecommunications company called SES plans to use the rocket to launch a satellite. A spaceflight expert says the launch could...Show More Summary
Congress passes bill allowing ISPs to sell customer Web surfing data.
Tencent, Asia’s second highest valued tech firm, has bought a five percent share in Tesla. According to a filing, the Chinese firm scooped up 8,167,544 shares for around $1.7 billion to become one of Tesla’s largest shareholders. The news itself sent Tesla’s share price up three percent in pre-market trading. The purchase was arranged on March 17, and those… Read More