SiriusXM Chairman Greg Maffei has recently reached out to the board of internet radio provider Pandora about a possible acquisition, accord to a Bloomberg report. Pandora's stock surged more than 16% on Friday following the report. Earlier...Show More Summary
Nintendo's $60 NES Classic Edition console is adorable, affordable, and a genuinely great gift this holiday season. There's only one problem: It's nearly impossible to find. That's understandable: It's just $60, it's got 30 classic NES...Show More Summary
Yet another key Twitter executive has left as the company struggles to make money and innovate its core product. Twitter's vice president of global sales, Richard Alfonsi, announced on Friday that he is joining payments startup Stripe. Show More Summary
A serious bug (or two) is causing iPhone batteries to malfunction, and Apple Stores are inundated with customer complaints, employees tell Business Insider. Over the past few weeks, complaints have been mounting that something is causing...Show More Summary
But the exploit relies on tricks that aren't possible on iPhones.
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After years of being promoted, the fuel is rapidly falling from favor.
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Google has compiled the top movies of the year and it's confirmed: 2016 was another great year for superhero films. The year's top films included "Captain America: Civil War," "Deadpool," and "Batman v Superman" — which actually made...Show More Summary
A remote island of 600 in American Samoa just got a major gift from Solar City and Elon Musk: reliable power source. Solar City hooked up the tiny island of Ta'u with enough solar panels to supply its 600 residents, relieving them of...Show More Summary
"Global temperatures plunge," the article falsely exclaims.
Law firm said 20-year-old student must cough up $100k for her online complaints.
“We do this to improve pickups, drop-offs, customer service, and to enhance safety.”
Verizon also in trouble with FCC over charging competitors for zero-rating.
Facebook is working on a new feature that will showcase lists of curated content from publishers directly in the News Feed, according to two people familiar with the project and internal documentation seen by Business Insider. The feature...Show More Summary
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Not everyone on Earth has the same blood type. Researchers are still trying to figure out why there are so many, but these different blood types can have deadly downsides. Follow TI: On Facebook Join the conversation about this stor...
Apple's management may be trying to play down what has historically been a central part of its culture — its ability to repeatedly deliver new hit products, according to Apple analyst Horace Dediu. Speaking at the recent UBS Tech Conference...Show More Summary
Startup Nikola Motor Company is going all-in on hydrogen — with a little electricity to go along for the ride. Hydrogen-fueled vehicles have electric motors just like plug-in EVs. But the big difference is that for hydrogen vehicles, a fuel cell generates the electricity that powers the electric motors. Show More Summary
Nashville seeks dismissal of lawsuit Comcast filed to delay utility pole access.