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Airbnb's top product guy has a PhD in bioengineering - now he's making travel dreams come true

Joe Zadeh is obsessed with one Frank Lloyd Wright house on the outskirts of LA.  As a bioengineering student wrapping up his doctorate at Caltech, Zadeh would walk by and hold onto the gates, imagining what it was like to own or even step foot in one of those homes, he said. Years later, Zadeh clicked on a Hacker News job listing. Show More Summary

The business of being YouTube star Alfie Deyes

Alfie Deyes has 5 million YouTube subscribers, 3 million followers on Twitter, 1.7 million Facebook fans, and he gets 16 million views per Snapchat story. He has also sold about 1 million books. His various vlogs earn him up to £1 million ($1.45 million) or more each year, according to Social Blade, the YouTube stats analysis website. Show More Summary

What it's like to be part of the 'rare breed' of people still using Google Glass (GOOG)

Kimberly Graham owns seven pairs of Glass, the smart headset that Google stopped selling in January 2015. "It's my doomsday stockpile" she says gleefully. "I'll be the last person on earth who is still able to wear a usable pair of Glass...Show More Summary

This woman trying on a Chewbacca mask is now the most-watched video on Facebook Live (FB)

Over 30 million people have watched this woman try on a Chewbacca mask from Kohl's, making it the most-watched video on Facebook Live ever. With over 34 million views and over one million shares at the time of this post, Candace Payne’s...Show More Summary

The CEO of an Apple supplier just seemingly confirmed one of the biggest iPhone rumors (AAPL)

The CEO of Catcher Technology, a major Apple supplier, has seemingly confirmed a big iPhone rumor. The current word on the street is that the iPhone 7, expected this fall, is going to be fairly boring. Instead, the next exciting iPhone...Show More Summary

Google has a new plan to cripple the iPhone app store model and rule the mobile world

At Google's annual developer's conference on Wednesday the company previewed a lot of new tech. One thing it showed off was something called Android Instant Apps. While Android Instant didn't turn heads like Google's new home automation...Show More Summary

This terrifying short film shows how overwhelming the world could become with 'augmented reality'

When companies like Microsoft and the mysterious Magic Leap present their visions for augmented reality, it is like dreams coming true. But on the internet, dreams have a funny way of becoming nightmares — ad-filled, overwhelming nightmares. Designer...Show More Summary

Google is out of original ideas (GOOG, GOOGL)

Google kicked off I/O, its biggest event of the year, on Wednesday. And yet, not a single product announced was new. At I/O, we saw Google chasing the trends of the moment instead of leaving us with the feeling that it has anything original...Show More Summary

Here’s what really happens to your body when you swallow gum

via GIPHY You might have heard the rumors as a kid: Swallow gum and it’ll sit stubbornly in your stomach for seven long years. But what does science have to say about that? Reactions, a video series from the American Chemical Society,...Show More Summary

Here's what Deliveroo's UK boss had to say about loitering cyclists

If you live in London then you may have noticed groups of uniformed cyclists and moped riders congregating under bridges, outside supermarkets, in car parks, and basically anywhere else where there's a bit of space to chill. Many ofShow More Summary

An ad agency created a dinner plate that cuts 30 calories from each meal

Thailand has the second-highest obesity rate in south-east Asia, largely due to the fact that its delicious cuisine can be rather greasy. Since people in Thailand are unlikely to change the food they eat, the Thai Health Promotion Foundation and BBDO Bangkok decided to tackle how they eat their food. Show More Summary

The iPhone 7 is going to be boring and you'll have to wait until 2017 for something special (AAPL)

The iPhone 7 is going to be boring. If early leaks are to be believed — and they're too numerous and too consistent to not believe a lot of what's floating around out there — then this year's iPhone 7 won't be a major departure from last year's iPhone 6s. It'll look mostly the same except for the antenna lines on the back. Show More Summary

Watch a giant fireball light up the entire New England sky

Police Sergeant Tim Farris was patrolling the streets of Portland, Maine early Tuesday morning when he caught a very different kind of speeder on his dashboard camera — a meteor. via GIPHY Meteors are small particles of interplanetary...Show More Summary

10 mind-blowing facts about black holes

Black holes are the only objects in the universe that can trap light by sheer gravitational force. Scientists believe they are formed when the corpse of a massive star collapses in on itself, becoming so dense that it warps the fabric...Show More Summary

A French billionaire put up $100 million to create a tuition-free school in Silicon Valley that's endorsed by Jack Dorsey and Evan Spiegel

A radical French technology school funded by $100 million from billionaire entrepreneur Xavier Niel is coming to Silicon Valley, and has plans to grow to 10,000 students in the next five years. The tuition-free school is primarily focused...Show More Summary

Ex-Googlers are now making self-driving trucks a reality (GOOGL)

While many companies are investing in making driverless cars a reality, one startup is throwing their efforts into driverless trucks. Composed of former employees hailing from Google, Apple, and Tesla, the startup named Otto is developing sensors and software to retrofit trucks into autonomous fleets. Show More Summary

Larry Ellison shares what dropping out of college and getting divorced taught him about success

If self-made billionaire Larry Ellison hadn't trusted his instincts and dropped out of college, he may have never founded Oracle, one of the largest technology companies in the world. Speaking Friday at the University of Southern California's...Show More Summary

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