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Now-mogul Elon Musk managed to survive on a mere $1 per day when he immigrated from South Africa to Canada. He later became a US citizen in 2002.

13 successful tech leaders who struggled as immigrants before making it in America

Before these tech industry leaders hit the big time, they were immigrants trying to make it in the United States.
Photo illustration of dating app Tinder shown on an Apple iPhone.

Tinder launches new safety feature for LGBTQ users when traveling to 70 countries where being gay is still illegal

Dating app Tinder has unveiled a new 'traveller alert' aimed at LGBTQ users who may face danger when travelling abroad.

The best smart light bulbs you can buy

You can turn smart light bulbs on & off with an app or your voice, change their colors, and program them easily. Here are the best smart light bulbs.

The best charging stations and USB charging hubs you can buy

If you have a lot of devices, charging them can be a pain. These are the best charging stations and USB hubs to juice your devices up without cords.
The year-over-year change in the iPhone's installed base in China.

Apple faces significant risks in China. Warnings are pouring in, and Citi sees its iPhone sales there getting cut in half.

Citi cut its price target on Apple and lowered iPhone sales estimates due to US-China trade concerns, following a chorus of other analysts' warnings.

Facebook says Zero Hedge ban was a ‘mistake’ amid uproar over big tech censorship of conservative content

Facebook claimed it made a "mistake" in banning content on its site from conservative, anti-establishment finance website Zero Hedge.

Stocks are rising as Brexit progress and a $6.9 billion tech takeover lift the market mood

US futures and Asian stocks rose as a buy rating on Apple, a $6.9 billion takeover and progress on Brexit lifted sentiment.
Revolut CEO Nik Storonsky

Revolut is fighting back after yet more allegations were made against the $1.7 billion fintech unicorn after a week from hell

A customer complained about an incident where £70,000 was incorrectly paid into another person’s Revolut account.
Vortexa founder Fabio Kuhn (right), uses satellite tracking in aim to disrupt the 'opaque' energy trading world.

A London tech start-up just got VC funding in aim to disrupt the archaic commodity trading world

Vortexa uses satellites, ship-tracking technology, and AI to predict and map the movements of tankers in the $7 trillion a year energy trading market.

The art of correlation and performance metrics

Validate synthetic testing by measuring the correlation of metrics within and to real user data. Optimize tests and choose metrics that represent your audience and needs.