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A 32-year-old investor with ties to Elon Musk wants to upend America with his crazy, utopian plan for the future

In a not-too-distant future city, superintelligent robots will carry out the majority of vital tasks. Driverless cars will ferry passengers to and from points of interest. Housing and healthcare will be affordable, if not free to all. Show More Summary

Tesla's Model 3 has already dramatically changed the automotive industry — here’s how (TSLA)

From day one, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has said the company’s mission is to transition the world to electric cars. And now Musk is one step closer to achieving his world-changing vision. On Friday evening, Tesla launched the Model 3, theShow More Summary

Wireless charging in the iPhone 8 would be nice, but this feature from Android phones would be better

Rumors about wireless charging coming to Apple's upcoming iPhones were thrown into the limelight again this week when Slashleaks posted an alleged photo of a wireless charging module designed for the "iPhone 8." Wireless charging would be a new feature for Apple's iPhone, and it's certainly futuristic. Show More Summary

The US Navy is now 3D printing submarines

The US Navy has 3D printed a prototype submarine hull at the Oak Ridge National Lab in Tennessee. It could be in service by 2019. The departments of Defense and Energy collaborated on the project. Video courtesy of: Oak Ridge National Lab Follow Tech Insider: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »

How interns turn into on-camera stars at one digital video powerhouse

When Lily Marston first started at Defy Media, she was an unpaid intern still working three days a week at a hamburger joint. “I never planned being on-air,” Marston told Business Insider in a recent interview. “I would never have auditioned.” But...Show More Summary

CGI and AI are going to turbo-charge 'fake news' and make it far harder to tell what's real

Most people trust what they watch — but that won't always be the case. Tech is being developed that will make it easy to create fake video footage of public figures or audio of their voice. The developments aren't perfect yet, but they...Show More Summary

Meet the adventurous couple who has spent the past 4 years living in Airbnbs around the world for under $90 a night

Since July 2013, retirees Michael and Debbie Campbell have lived in 150 different homes around the world, all booked through short-term rental service Airbnb. On July 22, they spent their 1,000th night in an Airbnb in Strasbourg, France,...Show More Summary

Amazon has been passing out free bananas to its employees, neighbors, and anybody who wants one for two years (AMZN)

So just how did Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos get to be the world's richest man? One theory: There's always money in the banana stand. Since late 2015, Amazon has operated the Community Banana Stand — a stall where anybody can come by and get a free banana (or two) from Amazon's so-called "banistas," whether or not they work for the retail giant. Show More Summary

Google's Pixel 2 could be the next major smartphone to ditch the headphone jack

Google's upcoming Pixel 2 smartphones might not come with a headphone jack if the latest unofficial render of the device is accurate. Indeed, it just so happens that the latest render, made by tech site, was a collaboration...Show More Summary

A Russian billionaire has launched the smallest-ever spacecraft into orbit — a key step to reaching a nearby star system

Breakthrough Starshot, an ambitious project to explore a nearby star system, has launched its first prototypes into orbit. Each "sprite" spacecraft is about the size of a cracker and is equipped with a radio, computer, and other instruments. The...Show More Summary

Clippers owner and former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer reveals how he became the world's happiest retired billionaire

Steve Ballmer, former CEO of Microsoft and owner of the LA Clippers, may be the happiest retired person in tech — or even the world. He met Bill Gates in college and joined Microsoft as the 30th employee. Now, he lives an enviable (and...Show More Summary

Apple did not make Arcade Fire enforce a 'HIP & TRENDY' dress code at a concert livestreamed by Apple Music (AAPL)

Canadian rock band Arcade Fire has found themselves in a bit of a controversy over an upcoming show that will be livestreamed on Apple Music.  Fans headed to the Brooklyn concert this Thursday received an email on Monday asking themShow More Summary

Your salary info might be exposed due to this Google Groups setting mistake (GOOGL, IBM)

Hundreds of companies are inadvertently sharing private information via Google Groups, including everything from employee salary compensation to customer passwords. And it's all thanks to the click of one little button. An audit from...Show More Summary

Watch a mini rocket engine burn underwater and break this glass tank in slow-motion

Warped Perception YouTube channel set up a test to see if a model rocket engine would burn underwater and the resulting slow-motion video is stunning. The rocket was ignited using electrical wires and it was held in place there with a wire bracket. Watch the video to see what happened. Produced by Leon Siciliano Join the conversation about this story »

Mark Zuckerberg said Elon Musk's doomsday AI predictions are 'irresponsible'

On Sunday afternoon, while smoking some meats in his back garden, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg questioned why Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk is being so negative about artificial intelligence (AI). Musk is concerned that super smartShow More Summary

No matter how great The Rock is, he still won’t make you use Siri more often (AAPL)

Yes, yes, Apple released a video ad where Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson uses Siri to get him through his outrageous day. As with any advertisement, Apple's ad is designed to show you some of Siri's abilities that you may not have known about. Show More Summary

Lenovo has a concept tablet can be folded into a smartphone with two displays

Lenovo has been toying with the idea of foldable displays for some time now, showcasing a number of concept products that can be bent into different form factors at its various conventions in recent months. None of those gadgets areShow More Summary

A Navy SEAL who finished a 100-mile race with broken bones and peeing blood shares his 2 strategies for building mental toughness

David Goggins had run 70 miles of his 100-mile race when he began to pee blood. It was 2005. Goggins, a 240-pound Navy SEAL, had entered the San Diego race to raise money for charity. It was his first ultra-marathon. By the time hisShow More Summary

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