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Android phones everywhere are adopting the iPhone’s ‘notch’ design — and it’s causing them to miss a golden opportunity
In 2017, Apple unveiled a smartphone that looked completely unique. One year later, that design is everywhere.
Conor McGregor is excellent at fighting. He has impeccable distance management and possesses remarkable shot selection. But if I were ever offered a shot of his whiskey, Proper No. Twelve, I'd decline. It's bad.
Tesla generated a crazy amount of news in 2018, but most of it was noise — here’s the most important single takeaway from the entire year
Even by Tesla's standards of news generation, 2018 has been something to behold. Much of the news has been a distraction from Tesla's business.
Getting the new iPad Pro with 1 terabyte of storage costs $750, on top of the base price. Meanwhile, you can buy a 2 TB hard drive online for $80.
Tesla just had the worst year in its history, but now it’s starting to look like the best tech company in the world
Tesla is a hybrid of tech company and car company — and with various scandals roiling the tech sector, Tesla seems like a tech company that's at least trying to do good.
Tesla has no meaningful mobility business and might struggle to catch up in this area. Tesla has mastered electric cars, but the technology is nothing that the rest of the auto industry can't easily replicate.
Tesla is heading into 2019 in better shape than it ever has been in the past. But that doesn't mean it's time to let Tesla bullishness run free. Many of Tesla's ambitious supporters are making big mistakes about the company.
The Chancellor's budget was targeted at the sort of wealthier traditionally Conservative-leaning voters, who turned away from the Conservatives at the last general election.
Tesla finally posted a truly impressive quarter for both profits and revenue. That's a good thing, too, because Tesla is looking at billions in investment spending over the next few year to achieve its goals.
The UK’s new cyber defences have blocked over 1,100 attacks in 2 years — but the threat from hostile states and ‘hacktivists’ ...
Ahead of his visit to the London Stock Exchange's Cyber Security Conference, Cabinet minister David Lidington vows to help UK businesses understand and fight off the threat posed by cybercriminals.