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Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella's genius plan: To swap one monopoly for another

Once, not so long ago, "computing" was synonymous with Microsoft Windows. But thanks to the rise of the smartphone and tablet, those days are behind us. That's not to say that the new Windows 10 operating system is bad — far from it....Show More Summary

'Globally-connected': Meet the Goldman Sachs tech banking A-team

Microsoft and Apple. Facebook and Twitter. Ebay and Alibaba. They are worth close to $1.5 trillion, combined. They have hundreds of millions of users around the globe. And they all call on Goldman Sachs for advice on their most important transactions. Show More Summary

It will take years to count the true human cost of the Ashley Madison hack

It has now been a week since more than 30 million Ashley Madison users' personal data was leaked online — their names, email addresses, physical descriptions and detailed sexual preferences splattered across the Web for all the world to gawk at. Show More Summary

The 30 most creative people in advertising 2015 (WPPGY, PUB, OMC, HAV)

Adland often bemoans that the glamorous Mad Men of old are being replaced with "Math Men," now that more focus is being placed on data and programmatic advertising. But creativity still reigns when it comes to grabbing consumer's attention and actually making them feel something or perform an action after seeing an ad. Show More Summary

Pluto became a dwarf planet 9 years ago today — but that's 'bulls---,' according to a leading NASA scientist

On Aug. 24, 2006, nine years ago today, the International Astronomical Union demoted Pluto from a planet to a dwarf planet — a move that sparked protests and split the space-science community. Some in the community, including leading Pluto researchers, are still upset at the decision. Show More Summary

BREMMER: A senior administration official told me, 'If I did what Clinton did, I think I'd be in jail'

The scandal surrounding Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server for work-related correspondences while she served as Secretary of State has turned off some of her supporters in the White House, geopolitical expert Ian Bremmer told Business Insider by email. Show More Summary

Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff: IBM, Oracle, SAP are 'big dinosaurs' (CRM)

Salesforce reported another good quarter on Thursday. During the quarterly conference call with Wall Street analysts, CEO Marc Benioff was asked why he thinks Salesforce is growing its revenues and profit margins while bigger software companies are floundering. Show More Summary

Apple's iPhone 6S is going to be nearly indestructible, new leaked video claims (AAPL)

While the much-rumored iPhone 6S isn't expected to look very different than the iPhone 6, Apple may be making a significant upgrade to its industrial design. It looks like the next iPhone will be made of the same durable material found...Show More Summary

How one woman turned her passion for tinkering into a $33 million business — without a dime of funding

Back in 2005, MIT engineering grad student Limor Fried was procrastinating hard on finishing the "busy work" of her final thesis by building her own portable music player. From scratch.  Her classmates couldn't help but notice her personal style, and asked how they could build their own. Show More Summary

The first video of NASA's epic visit to Pluto is breathtaking

When NASA flew a spacecraft by Pluto for the first time in history last month on July 14, we were treated to beautiful photos of the dwarf planet's surface, but unfortunately, there was no video of the flyby — until now! Check out this...Show More Summary

Google's humanoid robot can now walk around outside (GOOG)

Boston Dynamics, the company behind BigDog, is making further exploration into robots with a humanoid robot called ATLAS. Part-funded by Google, which owns Boston Dynamics, and DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency), the robot...Show More Summary

Why the startup powering Uber’s text messages is worth over $1 billion

Twilio’s one of those services you’ve been using without even realizing it. For example, when Uber sends you a text message after a driver accepts a request or the ride arrives, it relies on Twilio’s technology to do it. The number you call to reach the driver is a temporary, one-time number created by Twilio too. Show More Summary

Boeing has patented a flying drone that turns into a submarine (BA)

Early this year, the United States Patent and Trademark Office approved a patent application from Boeing's Nathan Hiller for a "rapid deployment air and water vehicle." In other words, Boeing's has patented a remotely operated flying drone that can transform into a submarine. Show More Summary

One of YouTube's biggest stars is leaving a ton of money on the table and she doesn't care

Jenna Marbles, née Mourey, is one of YouTube's biggest success stories. She is the number one female star on the platform with over 15 million subscribers and nearly 2 billion views on her videos. She also has 2.1 million followers on Vine. Show More Summary

A new Amazon Prime commercial stars an adorable dog in a tiny cast (AMZN)

A new commercial for Amazon Prime is sure to tug at your heartstrings.  The ad, a promotion for Amazon's $99 annual membership and its free two-day shipping feature, stars an adorable white dog wearing a blue cast. The dog is shown hobbling...Show More Summary

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