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The legendary creator of ‘Metal Gear Solid’ responds to its controversial sequel

When the newest entry in the iconic "Metal Gear" franchise was revealed in late August, most fans were pretty upset with the formulaic direction the typically-eccentric series was headed. The trailer has a whopping 107,000 dislikes on...Show More Summary

After watching over 50 TED talks, these are the insights that have stuck with me most

Watch one TED talk, and you have an interesting factoid to share with a friend at a bar. Watch over 50 TED talks over the course of several years — as I have, obsessively — and you begin to think a little differently about the world. Not...Show More Summary

Here are 6 surprising things we learned at last year's IGNITION

We've got some amazing speakers and mind-blowing topics lined up for IGNITION 2016, Business Insider's flagship conference on the future of digital. The conference is just three months away, but you don't have to wait that long to get...Show More Summary

This American mega robot was built to fight another giant robot from Japan

If you grew up on sugary cereal and Sunday morning cartoons, at some point you probably watched a cartoon featuring giant robots that battle to the death. The founders of MegaBots, Gui Cavalcanti and Matt Oehrlein had that same dream, which lead them to create the first mech robot built in America. Show More Summary

Sony finally responds to controversy over 'No Man's Sky'

Following the release of the highly anticipated space-exploration game "No Man's Sky," there was a bit of a backlash amongst its most excited customers. In short, they felt its marketing campaign greatly overpromised on the game's features,...Show More Summary

Google Maps is the 'Swiss army knife' of the company's smart assistant future (GOOG, GOOGL)

Over the last several months, Google has mapped out a vision of its future where you'll have a smart assistant following you from phone to wrist to flatscreen and beyond, conversationally answering your questions and proactively serving...Show More Summary

Google's Diane Greene has a secret weapon against Amazon Web Services to win cloud customers (GOOG, GOOGL, AMZN)

On Tuesday, Google's cloud business announced that it won Evernote as a customer. Google didn't exactly steal Evernote away from a major competitor like Amazon Web Services, although it did win the contract against other bidders it won't...Show More Summary

This man is a big reason why 'Mr. Robot' is the first real hacking show on television

USA Network's "Mr. Robot" is the first television show to really get hacking right with its realistic depictions of technical details and hacker culture, and one of the main reasons for that is just one man: Kor Adana, a former hacker...Show More Summary

A fictional sexist app on HBO's show 'Silicon Valley' turned out to be a real thing

Some of the most outrageous bits of satire in HBO's hit comedy "Silicon Valley" is the waterfall of sexist and misogynist comments that fall from the character's mouths. But it turns out, when it comes to sexism, the Valley is so out...Show More Summary

Apple and Amazon are destined to battle for the future of computing (AAPL, AMZN)

The star of last week's Apple event was clearly the iPhone 7, the Cupertino titan's latest, greatest, and most headphone jack-less invention. But Apple also gave us a tantalizing glimpse at a possible future for computing in the form...Show More Summary

Facebook just rubbed one of Google's biggest missed opportunities in its face (GOOG, FB)

Using Facebook Messenger instead of one of Google's chat apps is a "no-brainer," David Marcus, Facebook's VP of messaging products, said during a Q&A session at TechCrunch's Disrupt Conference on Monday. While Facebook's chat app, Messenger,...Show More Summary

These 22 states allow you to vote online

Only 57.5% of Americans voted in the 2012 presidential election. So to increase voter turnout, many believe online voting is the answer. While online voting is unavailable in most states, some have adopted online voting methods to help...Show More Summary

Apple is secretly testing fully self-driving cars — here's everything we think we know about 'Project Titan' (AAPL)

Apple's clandestine self-driving electric car project, called Project Titan, has come to a crossroads, according to reports from the New York Times, Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, and BuzzFeed. Apple has laid off "dozens of employees"...Show More Summary

MIT scientists invented a camera that can read books without opening them

Books that are centuries old are often too delicate for museums to open, read, or explore without causing damage.  But a new camera developed by a team of MIT researchers can read these books without ever touching them. "I wanted toShow More Summary

The subtle way Google plans to use its greatest skill to combat ISIS (GOOG, GOOGL)

The 13-year-old girl's explanation for why she had decided to leave her happy family in London to fly East and join ISIS was frighteningly naive: "She told me, 'Well, I was looking at photos online and I thought I was going to go live...Show More Summary

Apple is moving beyond smartphones by creating a world where you never take off your headphones (AAPL)

Like it or not, the iPhone 7 won't have a headphone jack. There are lots of extremely cynical theories over why this might be, not least because driving demand for Lightning-based headphones would be a very good thing for Beats, an Apple...Show More Summary

These drone videos give a rare view inside the secretive headquarters of Scientology

"Gold Base" is a facility in California owned by Scientology, the secretive religion based on the works of science fiction author L. Ron Hubbard. Hubbard died in 1986, but there are Scientology bases and buildings around the world where...Show More Summary

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