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This company's toys are helping mold in a new generation of engineers

Worldwide, just 14% of engineers are women. Stanford-educated engineer Debbie Sterling is on a mission to increase that percentage by encouraging girls as young as four years old to start tinkering with toys and building simple machines. Since 2012, her company GoldieBlox (No. Show More Summary

This is what the inside of Hyperloop pods could look like

As Elon Musk's Hyperloop transportation design competition approaches its final round, two private companies have been working independently to pull together their own versions of a hyperloop transport system.  Hyperloop Transportation Technologies is one of those two companies. Show More Summary

7 cars Elon Musk has owned — and we're not talking about Teslas

Before Tesla, Elon Musk had a lot of different cars. Some got totaled, others inspired certain design elements in the cars Tesla makes today. Either way, each says a little bit about who Musk is as a person. Scroll down for a look at...Show More Summary

Samsung just bought an Amazon cloud competitor backed by Peter Thiel and Intel

Samsung has purchased Joyent, a cloud-computing platform provider that had previously raised $125 million from the likes of Peter Thiel and Intel Capital. Joyent competes with Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform,...Show More Summary

9 different ways to cold email someone when you're trying to sell and make tons of money

Plenty of people find cold emails annoying, but it's actually one of the most tried-and-true sales tactics for generating new leads. In fact, Dmitry Dragilev, founder of an outreach consulting service, claims he was able...Show More Summary

Mark Zuckerberg confirms that he is not, in fact, a shape-shifting lizard

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wants you to know that, despite rumors, he is not a shape-shifting lizard. At the beginning of his first live Q&A on Facebook Tuesday, Zuckerberg took the time to answer a viewer's question about whetherShow More Summary

NASA is about to light a trash fire in space

NASA is about to light its biggest-ever fire inside a doomed space garbage truck. The purpose of this test is simply to "see what happens," writer Maddie Stone at Gizmodo reports. Why? The space agency has no idea what'd happen if a big fire broke out on a spacecraft. Show More Summary

Here's how a vintage internet company ended up center stage at WWDC

When Apple showcased the future of Messages at WWDC on Monday, many were surprised to see a relic of the internet's past. JibJab, one of the apps housed in the revamped Messages, allows users to add their face to an animated gif that...Show More Summary

Meet Bozoma Saint John, the Apple executive who stole the show at WWDC (AAPL)

Bozoma Saint John stole the show. The Apple Music executive doesn't have nearly the same name recognition as the senior executives, from Eddy Cue to Craig Federighi, who shuffled on to the stage at the annual developer conference onShow More Summary

Tech billionaire Mike Lynch thinks a Brexit would be catastrophic for Britain — here's why

Tech billionaire Mike Lynch has said he is in favour of the UK remaining in the European Union. The entrepreneur — who sold his big data company, Autonomy, to HP in 2011 for £7 billion — made his remarks during an hour-long interview...Show More Summary

Why Valley engineers are no longer being poached for $1 million in pay

There's no questions venture money is tighter in the valley. And that means more startups are struggling to cut costs are or are running out of money and failing outright. Startups valued by their investors at over a billion are called unicorns, because they were once thought to be so rare. Show More Summary

'If this is true, it is a disgrace': Donald Trump responds to viral video claiming Google's search is biased

Donald Trump took aim at Google on Friday afternoon after a viral video claimed to show the web giant's autocomplete search function manipulated results to favor Hillary Clinton. "If this is true, it is a disgrace that Google would do that," Trump wrote in a statement sent to Business Insider by his campaign. Show More Summary

Google says charges of altering search results to help Hillary Clinton are 'simply false' (GOOG, GOOGL)

Earlier this week, YouTube channel SourceFed published a video that accused Google of altering its search engine to benefit Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, based on Google autocomplete suggestions. On Friday, longtime Google...Show More Summary

These 5 companies are leading the driverless car race

Brad Templeton has been involved with self-driving cars since the early days. He's a consultant on Google's driverless car project and frequently lectures on automated transportation. Tech Insider sat down with Templeton to talk what...Show More Summary

This Chinese tech giant just unveiled a stunning new line of smartphones

In an era when all smartphones start to look alike, innovation makes all the difference when it comes to picking a device. China-based technology company Lenovo is catching on. The company just unleashed a slew of new smartphones atShow More Summary

Here's why some computer scientists suspect your brain is just a fancy computer

Something very cool happened recently in Minnesota. At the Seven Pines Symposium, where well-regarded theorists come together to discuss core philosophical questions in science, two famous thinkers on computation and the brain held a debate. Show More Summary

There’s an elephant in the room Facebook needs to address (FB)

Facebook is filling up with videos. And not just any ol' YouTube link, but live videos being broadcast by any of Facebook's 1.6 billion (and climbing) network of human beings directly through the social network. That video of the lady...Show More Summary

Here's what a real flying car could look like

Google co-founder Larry Page is personally investing in flying cars, according to a Bloomberg report. Page has invested in two separate flying car start-ups, Zee.Aero and Kitty Hawk. There's not much information on what exactly the start-ups...Show More Summary

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