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A millionaire who got rich selling his company to Facebook is bidding hundreds of thousands of dollars on an incredibly rare Nintendo prototype game c...

The incredibly rare "Nintendo PlayStation" prototype is currently up for auction. The latest bid? Nearly half a million dollars.

Silicon Valley startups backed by Bill Gates and Andreessen Horowitz are using the US-Mexico border to test new surveillance technology

The rise in border surveillance experiments reflects companies' efforts to capitalize on an increase in federal funds flowing to the border.

Jeff Bezos got a jump scare, but he’ll be back

In this edition of BI's "Trending" newsletter we look at the JEDI decision, the quarrel over quantum computing, and the anti-Silicon Valley startup.
Anduril CEO Palmer Luckey.

Palmer Luckey’s military tech company Anduril is sending drone destroyers to conflict zones

The new 'Interceptor' drone weighs about as much as a bowling ball and is capable of smashing other drones out of the sky.

Andreessen Horowitz is reportedly backing Oculus founder Palmer Luckey’s new border technology startup with $1 billion valuation

Anduril reportedly also has backing from Peter Thiel's Founders Fund but has yet to disclose details of its funding.

Competition to win deals among Silicon Valley VCs is so intense that one investor made a personalized comic book of Oculus founder Palmer Luckey to wo...

The former Oculus founder's new startup is a buzzy image recognition software maker that has its sights set on government partnerships.
Palantir Chairman Peter Thiel sharply criticized Google in an editorial without disclosing that he works with two of its rivals.

Peter Thiel slammed Google in a scathing New York Times op-ed, but failed to mention that he works for and invests in the search giant’s rivals

The New York Times let Peter Thiel sound off on Google without mentioning that he's on the board of two of its competitors — Facebook and Palantir.

Oculus Rift inventor Palmer Luckey, who left Facebook amid controversy a year ago, reveals what he learned from his time at the social network

Palmer Luckey, who built Oculus as a tool for gamers when he was a teenager and was ousted from the company after Facebook bought it, says the lesson he learned from working at Facebook was to be cautious of who you trust and who's in charge.