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People are selling their royal wedding gift bags on eBay
Why Amazon pays employees US$5,000 to quit
Here’s why women’s sneakers sales are growing at a rapid clip in the US
What’s for dinner? In the edible tableware era, the answer is your plate
Elon Musk drops specifications for Model 3 upgrade: ‘Quicker than a BMW M3’ and easier to handle
Israeli-born Gene Simmons of Kiss backs Trump on US embassy move, and calls out the pope on border wall
YouTube’s music head sees ‘great opportunity’ in streaming, touts ‘world’s biggest catalogue’
7 brands British royals buy that you too can afford

A surprising number of affordable treats are sold by companies favoured by the royal family

17 May 2018 - 4:00PM
7 brands British royals buy that you too can afford

A surprising number of affordable treats are sold by companies favoured by the royal family

There’s a ‘simple formula’ to realising an idea in tech, says Google’s vice president of product
The internet ‘needs a native currency’ and Twitter’s Jack Dorsey wants to help it be bitcoin
Need a travel companion? Now you can rent a robot in Japan
The ‘father of A.I.’ urges humans not to fear the technology
Space mining could become a real thing — and it could be worth trillions
Rare Rolex Daytona, known as ‘The Unicorn’, sells for US$5.9 million

Famed watch collector John Goldberger donated the proceeds to the charity Children Action

17 May 2018 - 10:57AM
Rare Rolex Daytona, known as ‘The Unicorn’, sells for US$5.9 million

Famed watch collector John Goldberger donated the proceeds to the charity Children Action

Mark Zuckerberg, who just turned 34, has earned an average of US$6 million a day during his life
A YouTube star raised US$9,000 to buy Elon Musk a couch—here’s how he responded
What Siri, Alexa and Google Assistant say if you ask if they’re spying on you
Secrets to a better password and fewer hacks: Go long, use variety, and sometimes lie
Baby name ‘Melania’ surged in popularity in the US in 2017 — ‘Donald’ was unchanged
A peek at US$325,000 Rolls-Royce Cullinan – the world’s priciest SUV

Car, named after the world’s largest diamond, has 155mph top speed and sets new levels of luxury with retractable leather seats and picnic table in the boot

11 May 2018 - 2:50PM
A peek at US$325,000 Rolls-Royce Cullinan – the world’s priciest SUV

Car, named after the world’s largest diamond, has 155mph top speed and sets new levels of luxury with retractable leather seats and picnic table in the boot

How to see if you liked a Facebook page that was operated by Russian trolls
Tesla video teases unnamed vehicle under a sheet, and new Roadster accelerating
In ‘Dear Elon’ letter, analyst cut off by Musk says he will hold Tesla accountable
Disney’s virtual reality jacket can make you feel buff without hitting the gym
Baldness cure could be found in an osteoporosis drug, study finds
US$1 billion cruise ship with a racetrack aims to dethrone Carnival and Royal Caribbean

Norwegian Cruise Line’s newest luxury ship will sail to Alaska and Caribbean and target booming industry set to attract over 27 million travellers this year

9 May 2018 - 12:35PM
US$1 billion cruise ship with a racetrack aims to dethrone Carnival and Royal Caribbean

Norwegian Cruise Line’s newest luxury ship will sail to Alaska and Caribbean and target booming industry set to attract over 27 million travellers this year

This US$25,000 robot wants to put your Starbucks barista out of business
Food start-up Deliveroo to spend US$13 million on driver medical insurance but stops short of other benefits
Warren Buffett: I was wrong on Google and Amazon, Jeff Bezos achieved a business ‘miracle’
Japan, unlike the West, is not scared of robots stealing jobs, deputy leader says