Two years ago, a Chinese chip-design expert named Micree Zhan was reading China’s seminal science-fiction novel, The Three-Body Problem, by Liu Cixin, while wrestling with how to create a new processor.
And despite the recent tumult in the world of digital currency and a huge run-up in the value of bitcoin, Finman is still a bitcoin believer. By his reckoning, the cyber currency still has a ton of upside.
And now, thanks to a miracle of modern science, you can make a battery using spit. Researchers at Binghamton University have created a paper-based bacteria-powered battery. One drop of saliva can activate
An 11-year-old and a 7-year old teach me about Roblox, the video game that's turning teens into millionaires
Although Roblox has been available for PCs since 2005, the game has exploded in popularity only over the last few years. The newer smartphone, tablet, and Xbox versions of the app have opened it up to
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Try doing any activity for 365 days in a row. It’s really hard. I don’t mean eating, or sleeping, or ripping off a page from your Dilbert Quote of the Day calendar, either — I’m talking about running day
It's a gift and a curse — there are too many great video games coming out, and not enough time to play them. With that in mind, we took a hard look at the many, many great games expected to arrive this
Turns out it was the latter. Business Insider has since learned that the automaker paid $65 million, plus earnouts to make employees with stock options whole. The startup had raised only one round of million
Staying in your comfort zone means stagnation. Just as an oyster only makes a pearl when it's irritated by a grain of sand, no one has ever accomplished anything remarkable when comfortable. T.S. Eliot
The rise of Satya Nadella, the CEO who led Microsoft to becoming more valuable than Apple again in under 5 years
When Satya Nadella first took the reins as Microsoft CEO in February 2014, the company was losing steam fast. Microsoft Windows 8 had been a disaster. Microsoft employees were constantly battling behind