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Digital Commerce Defined in 60 Seconds [Animated Video]

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Here are a couple of startling stats to start your morning: $9 billion. That’s the amount of money spent worldwide on ebooks in 2015. $21.3 billion. That’s the amount of revenue from online education in the U.S. alone in 2015. And let’s...Show More Summary

Uber has assembled an all-star team of political heavyweights for a new 'global advisory board'

Uber has created a "global advisory board" comprised of political heavyweights from across the world as it continues to expand globally and fight regulatory battles around the world. In a blog post announcing the creation of the board,...Show More Summary

Janet Jackson is Reportedly Pregnant at 49

Janet Jackson is pregnant with her first child at the age of 49, according to a report. Entertainment Tonight claims the “Rhythm Nation” singer, who turns 50 on May 16, is expecting a baby with her husband Wissam Al Mana. Jackson sparked...Show More Summary

Google adds Q&A and laser pointer features to Slides apps

Google is making its presentation tool more interactive. The company introduced a new Q&A feature for Slides Wednesday, which allows audience members to ask questions while they watch presentations.  SEE ALSO: How to collaborate like...Show More Summary

Looking Inside an Opera Singer's Head With an MRI Is So Freaky

For a never-before-seen look at how an opera singer is able to produce such an amazing sound, German baritone Michael Volle performed Song to the Evening Star from Wagner’s Tannhäuser during an MRI scan. The technique uses magnetic fields...Show More Summary

The genius behind ‘Hamilton’ made a secret song for ‘Star Wars’

You thought you knew everything there is to know about Star Wars: The Force Awakens, didn’t you? Well, then you’ll be happy to discover a neat Star Wars song released for this year’s “May the 4th” celebration. It turns out that noneShow More Summary

SpaceX is going to attempt another ocean landing at a very unusual time — here's how to watch live

SpaceX has been pulling in the wins these past few months. After sticking the landing of an orbital rocket for the first time in December, they stepped it up a notch in April and completed another successful landing, this time on a drone ship in the middle of the ocean. Now, SpaceX is preparing for another launch. Show More Summary

Ted Cruz's Rise and Fall Are Rooted in the 2013 Shutdown

In the end, Ted Cruz was unable to square the circle in his 2016 presidential campaign. The man who came to national attention as the Senate’s ultimate turncoat during the 2013 government shutdown, who was willing to take down the institution...Show More Summary

The World's Longest Golf Club Is a Health Hazard

The new world’s longest golf club is 22 feet, 6.75 inches end-to-end, shattering the previous record of 14 feet, 5 inches. Its inventor, Michael Furrh, also typically pulls muscles in his back, legs, and both arms just from swinging it. Show More Summary

Microsoft's Mind-blowing HoloLens Needs Work, But Is No Google Glass

Actor Servando Magadan Jr. tries out the HoloLens in between shooting scenes. [Photo by Daryl Deino] I have been reviewing tech products since 2006, but nothing that has ever come across my desk has excited me as much as Microsoft's HoloLens augmented reality glasses. Show More Summary

Getting Ugly, Dead Bugs, and Going to Manhattan

Back in the 1980s I was a budding electronics geek working in a TV repair shop. I spent most of my time lugging TVs to and from customers, but I did get a little bench time in. By then new TVs were entirely solid-state and built on single PC boards, but every once in a while we’d get an old-timer in with a classic hand-wired tube chassis. Show More Summary

Stop the Search for Bitcoin’s Creator!

Satoshi Nakamoto is the mysterious inventor of the cryptocurrency bitcoin. The name could represent anyone or a group of people, and since bitcoin’s creation in 2008, there have been a lot of theories about who Nakamoto really is. A lot. Show More Summary

Star Wars Buttons and Lights You May Have Missed

Next to the garbage mess of designs that pass for UIs today, the decidedly analog, low-key buttons and lights of Star Wars are a timeless force of their own.

Intel flew 100 drones at night to show how they could someday replace fireworks (INTC)

Intel just shared a video showing 100 dancing drones lighting up the sky in Palm Springs, California, the first time a single operator pulled off a feat of this scale on US soil. The event was held to commemorate FAA's decision to loosen its standards on flying commercial drones. Show More Summary

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