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Can you tell Motorola's new phone apart from Apple's iPhone X?

It looks like Google is preparing to open its first-ever standalone retail store

The makers of 'Grand Theft Auto' have a huge new game coming this October, and it looks outrageous

Workers cleaning out one of New York City’s dirtiest canals have uncovered historic relics covered in toxic gunk

Urban Dictionary is trolling Elon Musk with the definition of 'funding secured'

The VCs who defected from ex-Facebook exec Chamath Palihapitiya's firm have made their first investment as Tribe Capital

People are roasting Motorola's new phone for looking like an exact copy of the iPhone X

Elon Musk's tunnelling company just unveiled a plan to transport people in Los Angeles to Dodgers Stadium in only four minutes — but the timing of the announcement is curious

The massive popularity of 'Fortnite' is inspiring copycat modes from major games — here's the latest example

Instagram and YouTube stars are being investigated for not declaring when they're paid to promote brands

Meet Jessica Blevins, the 26-year-old wife and manager of the most popular video-game player in the world right now

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey doubles down on his criticism of Facebook and YouTube while defending Alex Jones' right to keep tweeting

'Lunchtime got a whole lot more exciting': Tim Cook posts gif of Apple Park's spectacular sliding doors

A Tinder VP wrote a heartfelt email before being put on leave for filing a $2 billion lawsuit against the dating app’s owners

10 things in tech you need to know today

A former exec says Google once pulled the plug on videoconferencing tech because it couldn't identify people of colour

The billionaire cofounder of WhatsApp is 'resting and vesting' — showing up to Facebook and barely working to collect a $450 million payday

Uber could rake in more than $10 billion in revenue this year, but its growth is starting to slow down

A year later, the team-up between Microsoft and Amazon finally comes to life

Playboy is reportedly suing a cryptocurrency platform