In today's top stories, a report says Amazon is working on a wearable that would be able to understand human emotions. Meanwhile, Panic introduces the world to Playdate, a Gameboy-like device.
Brad Bao is taking over as CEO of the scooter company for fellow cofounder Toby Sun.
Tesla has sold 50,000 cars this quarter already, according to a purported email from the automaker's chief.
The speaker of the house appears to slur her words in a speech about Donald Trump.
A US senator is "very concerned" Amazon could be indefinitely storing the text transcripts of Alexa audio recordings.
Zuckerberg thinks a breakup will make it "harder" for the social network to police content.
Loop of underground tunnels will ferry passengers around new convention center.
Trump's Huawei ban is heating up trade tensions between the US and China, according to reports.
The social network estimates about 5% of monthly active accounts are fake.
Even more evidence hinting at a big Touch ID comeback for Apple's future iPhones, the latest iPhone 11 leak -- and what's different about Apple's newest MacBook Pros?
And they'd still have a half billion dollars left over for avocado toast.
Their calls and data can move yours out of the way thanks to lessons from 9/11.
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