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Amazon has so many summer interns, it costs $4.4 million to feed and house them and Seattle has to add extra city buses

Apple's top manufacturer says China has 'unreasonable' laws and regulations and its workers should be allowed more overtime

Microsoft and Nintendo just teamed up to take a powerful shot at Sony's exclusionary PlayStation 4 policy

Elon Musk called the Tesla 'whistleblower' a 'horrible human being' in an explosive email exchange

Tesla 'whistleblower' says Elon Musk is waging war on him for leaking information to Business Insider

Amazon workers wrote to Jeff Bezos protesting its facial recognition contracts with police

This Australian invention by two surfers automatically sucks rubbish from the ocean

The US Supreme Court just spoke about a bitcoin future for the first time

Instagram deleted a video by a news outlet that identified members of a white supremacist group

Who should be Intel's next CEO? These are the top candidates people are buzzing about

How to use IGTV, the new Instagram app for watching and creating long-form videos

How employee goals at Google changed after Sundar Pichai took over as CEO after Larry Page

Former Intel board member who left a month ago was totally surprised by the CEO's resignation

Pokémon trading has finally come to Pokémon Go for all players

Steam, the world's largest gaming service, went down for hours after starting its biggest sale of the summer

Instagram is taking on YouTube now that more people are watching long-form videos online

Fortnite fans think a huge missile is going to drastically change the game — here's what we know

The Steam summer sale is live — here are the best deals we've seen so far

8 details we already know about 'Halo Infinite,' the ambitious next game in the blockbuster Xbox franchise

4 reasons you should buy the LG G7 instead of the Galaxy S9