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Elon Musk called a British diver from the Thai cave rescue a 'pedo guy' — then deleted the tweets hours later with no explanation

Inside Gusto's brand-new San Francisco headquarters, where employees work on living room furniture and take off their shoes at the door

7 reasons you should buy a PlayStation 4 instead of the Nintendo Switch

Mystery Samsung trademark points to a new gadget that can take better health measurements than the Apple Watch

Roller coasters are feats of creative engineering genius -- take a look at their 200-year history

A Buddhist monk at Salesforce's tech conference showed me a great way to reduce stress

Honda created a bizarre looking electric car using 3D printing

Police busted the dark web's $1.5 billion cryptocurrency World Cup gambling ring

Google Chrome's number-one competitor claims it fixes one of the biggest problems with Chrome -- here's how to see if works for you

This startup created a $250 smartwatch that could save your life in an emergency -- here's how it works

Top investors are betting the crazy $US3 billion US scooter trend will go global

I was blown away by how well this $530 phone's camera compared to Google's $650 Pixel 2, the best smartphone camera in the world

This $610 million real estate company doesn't have an office for its 8,000 employees — instead, everybody works from this completely virtual island

Apple may have secretly fixed the MacBook Pro keyboard that's driving people crazy

This $32.5 million Silicon Valley mansion is the most expensive on-market listing in the country's priciest zip code — take a look inside

8 ways dating and relationships may look different by 2040

Here are the 10 best engines in the world today

This little robot moves in and out of the sun to care for a plant that lives on its back

Dating, secrecy, and coding: What it's like on your first day when you get a job at Facebook

A new Uber exec hired to fix problems at the company is accused of making insensitive comments toward women and minorities — but he’s vowing to stay on board