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This covert technology listens for gunshots 24/7 and calls the police on its own

Terrell Ortiz was sitting in the passenger seat of his white Nissan Altima parked in the Bushwick neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York, when a man suspected of being a rival gang member walked up to Ortiz's window, shot him multiple times,...Show More Summary

The Galaxy S8 can do 8 things the new OnePlus 5 can't, but I'd still get the OnePlus 5

Samsung's Galaxy S8 is the most feature-filled, beautiful smartphone you can get, period. It has the best camera, the best design, the best screen, and the latest specs. Yet, despite these accolades, I'm still more attracted to the new...Show More Summary

Scientists debunked the age-old stereotype that blondes are dumb

People who have this hair color can rest a little easier now. An Ohio State University researcher studied 5,800 people's IQs, and discovered that blondes are just as smart as people with other hair color. The researcher published his findings in the Journal Economics Bulletin. Follow BI Video: On Twitter Join the conversation about this story »

Nissan has big plans to challenge Tesla's Model 3 in 2018 (TSLA)

Nissan is trying to return its all-electric Leaf to its former state of glory. The Nissan Leaf is the world's best-selling electric car, but that's largely been a product of it being a very early, affordable contender in the electric vehicle space. Show More Summary

Why some gadgets have to pay to be on TV and some don't — inside the tricky world of product placement

If you watch TV today you're definitely going to see some real-life gadgets and brands. Sometimes, those products are included in the shot because a company offered money to get their product on-screen for a period of time. But other...Show More Summary

The 'Scorpion King' is real — here's what this explorer found in his tomb

The Scorpion King wasn't just a big screen action hero played by The Rock, he was an Egyptian king. Patrick McGovern, the author of "Ancient Brews: Rediscovered and Re-Created," reveals what he found when he entered the king's tomb.Show More Summary

One of the most powerful women in British advertising told us why she still puts clients in The Sun even though she thinks its sexism is 'ridiculous'

CANNES, France — Helen McRae, the CEO of one of Britain's largest advertising media buyers, once said, "My experience in this industry has never been one where I have seen sexism." She got into trouble for that because, obviously, the advertising industry is rife with sexism of all kinds. Show More Summary

These hologram-like projections are so good they’ll make you question reality

These projections are so convincing they'll make you question reality. Visual Studio THEORIZ developed technology that creates 3D hologram-like projections, designed to give you an immersive experience. Interactive video is projected...Show More Summary

The 29 coolest female startup founders in the UK

The UK is one of the best-funded tech ecosystems outside of Silicon Valley thanks, in part, to its diversity. There are more women than ever founding their own tech startups in the UK, defying barriers like the huge gender gap in computer...Show More Summary

Doctor Who: World Enough and Time review

“Full conversion wasn't necessary, though it will be in time.” So, pucker up!

Binary Capital reportedly delays closing new fund amid controversy

In the wake of allegations of sexual harassment and the resignation of Binary Capital co-founder Justin Caldbeck, the firm has delayed closing its second fund, Axios reports. Caldbeck issued a statement saying he would take an indefinite...Show More Summary

9 important foods you aren't eating that you should be this summer

Sure, you know one of the best ways to improve your diet is to cut back on red meat and sweets. But what about the things you can add to your diet for improved health? The items on this list might not be popular yet among Americans,Show More Summary

Single-player modding returns to GTA V after publisher takedown

Popular OpenIV tool restored after discussions, changes to protect multiplayer.

How Blue Apron compares to other subscription services, in one graph

Nikhil Basu Trivedi is a principal at Shasta Ventures. He has no financial stake in Blue Apron, but invests in other consumer businesses as disclosed in this article. His post originally appeared on Medium and is republished here with...Show More Summary

16 photos that show the evolution of American gay pride celebrations over four decades

American cities and towns — big and small — are celebrating Pride month, which is meant to commemorate the 1969 Stonewall Riots. Since then, LGBT rights have come a long way. The Supreme Court passed marriage equality. "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," was repealed. Show More Summary

What it's like to work as a 'budtender' in the legal marijuana industry

Coffee shops have baristas. Bars have bartenders. And marijuana retailers have "budtenders." An estimated 30,000 Americans work in legal marijuana dispensaries, with a significant portion of those retail employees assisting customers at point of sale. Show More Summary

How animals have changed since humans started breeding them

Humans have a long history of breeding animals for food. The animals, however, may not look the same now as when they were first domesticated. Photo courtesy of Kersti Nebelsiek Follow Tech Insider: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »

8 definitive rules for texting someone you want to date

In Aziz Ansari's book, "Modern Romance," he and sociologist Eric Klinenberg explore dating in the digital age. Here is some of their advice on how to attract that special someone via text. Following is a transcript of the video. In Aziz...Show More Summary

Working yourself to death isn't worth it, and Silicon Valley is starting to realize that

Silicon Valley has an overworking problem. And in many cases, it sees that problem as an asset, not a liability. This isn’t a new trend. It’s been documented several times over the years. But over the last few weeks, it feels like there’s...Show More Summary

Even the cinematographer filming 'Westworld' didn't know the secrets of the show

"Westworld" isn't known for its subtly. The HBO series is filled with detailed sets from the Old West amusement park, and the sleek, modern facility below it. Robert McLachlan, a cinematographer who's worked on "Westworld," "Game ofShow More Summary

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