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We tend to forget that Steve Jobs, Travis Kalanick, and Bill Gates, didn't create Apple, Uber, and Microsoft alone.
Stephen Hawking’s final Reddit post was an ominous warning about the future of humanity and capitalism
Technological automation might produce a utopia — or it could leave the vast majority of the world's population "miserably poor."
It turns out people are curious about a lot of the same things regardless of the tech executive's title, gender, or the company they represent.
‘This is horse s—‘: Bitcoin traders are angry that Mt Gox’s crypto stash is being ‘dumped’ on the market
Crypto traders are concerned that large bitcoin sales from Mt Gox's trustees could be affecting the price of the digital asset.
Rapper Lupe Fiasco explains why he’s obsessed with Reddit, which he’s using as the exclusive forum for news of his upcoming album
Lupe Fiasco spoke with Business Insider after attending a technology summit at the headquarters of Autodesk with his educational guild for rappers.
Bill Gates has a message for those advocating against genetically modified organisms: I'm disappointed.
Elon Musk says SpaceX pulled off an amazing feat with one of its rockets — and it may yield clues about the company’s next moves
SpaceX launched the GovSat-1 satellite on Wednesday and, to the surprise of Elon Musk, unexpectedly recovered the mission's doomed rocket booster.
Firefox, the open-sourced web browser built by Mozilla, has long been valued by privacy-conscious users as a faster and more secure option.
Google’s new Bulletin service will let anyone submit news stories — but it might make the company’s fake-news problem even worse
Goole just launched Bulletin, a service to let people share news stories they believe went under the mainstream media's radar.