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    It’s Happening: Looks Like Apple May Be Making An Electric Car

    After days of rumors, the evidence is starting to mount that Apple is seriously considering building an electric car to take on Tesla. The Wall Street Journal reported Friday that the company has had a project code-named “Titan” in the works for the past year, with "several hundred" employees assigned...

  • Mobile
    Google Enters The Wireless Provider Market, With Sprint And T-Mobile’s Help

    Google will sell wireless service plans directly to consumers, managing both calls and mobile data on a cellular network, The Information reports.  Sources close to the deal say that Google will pay Sprint and T-Mobile for access to their mobile networks, according to The Information. What's more, if the contract with...

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    Google Now Owns A Good Chunk Of SpaceX

    Google's expected investment in the commercial space-flight venture SpaceX took on substance Tuesday, when the startup announced a fresh $1 billion investment courtesy of the search giant and Fidelity. The two new investors will now own just under 10% of SpaceX.This funding will further research into space transport, reusability, and satellite manufacturing. SpaceX's...

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    Google Reportedly In Talks To Invest In SpaceX

    The Internet of outer space could get a fuel injection, as two technology giants reportedly prepare to join forces. The Information reported Monday that Google is about to sign off on an investment deal in SpaceX. If true, the arrangement will fund the use of satellites to deliver Internet access...

  • Work
    5 High-Tech Companies That Are Driving the Future of Cars

    ReadWriteDrive is an ongoing series covering the future of transportation.I used to think the future of cars was all about better powertrains and fuels. If the auto industry could only make a transition away from petroleum-based internal combustion—so I thought—and toward electricity (and other low-carbon fuels), then we could drive...

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    Finally, A Tesla Car You Can Actually Afford

    Editor's note: This post was originally published by our partners at PopSugar Tech.Zero-emissions vehicles for all! The luxury electric carmaker Tesla confirmed in Autoexpress that an incredibly affordable sedan called the Tesla Model 3 is in the works.In the world of Tesla, affordable means under $35K, which cuts the price for...

  • Mobile
    What Apple Should Learn From Tesla’s Patents

    Every once in a while a company comes along that completely changes the world. Google is one such company, making the Internet accessible and meaningful to billions of people. So is Facebook, which increasingly connects those billions of people. And then there's Apple, which has set the standard for what...

  • Web
    Take A Tour Of Spaceport America, The Crazy-Efficient Space Hub Of The Future

    There are a lot of crazy things apparently hidden in the desert expanses of New Mexico, and the world's first dedicated commercial spaceport is one of them. Spaceport America, which is exactly what it sounds like—an airport for space travel—is the first of its kind.The sprawl of flat, dry land in...

  • Web
    Does A Billion-Dollar Valuation Buy Employee Happiness?

    According to The Beatles, money can't buy you love. According to the Bible, the love of money is the root of all evil. But according to Glassdoor, a billion dollars can actually buy a decent amount of employee happiness.Looking through The Wall Street Journal's "billion-dollar startup club," employees tend to rank...

  • Mobile
    Do Teenage Entrepreneurs Even Need To Go To College?

    This post is part of Hire Education, an ongoing series in which ReadWrite examines technological innovation in education and how it's reshaping the approaches of universities and students as they adapt to a transforming economy.The democratization of technology wrought by the mobile Web and a proliferation of app stores has...

  • Entertainment
    My First 100 Days With Google Glass

    “What are those glasses you’re wearing?”“It’s called Google Glass. It can search the web, send email, take pictures and more.”Thus begins a conversation I’ve had hundreds of times. I’ve never seen so much fascination with a new device as Google Glass. The original iPhone, which I bought the first day...

  • Social
    Oh, My: George Takei On Google Glass, SpaceX And His New YouTube Series

    George Takei has a cold. But even a bad cold can't keep a good Starfleet officer down. And it certainly wasn't going to stifle Star Trek's "Hikaru Sulu," a New York Times Top 10 bestselling author, gay rights activist and social media juggernaut. I caught up with Takei and his trademark...

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    Before “Jobs”: The Films That Captured The Apple Visionary

    Editor's note: This post was originally published by our partners at PopSugar Tech.Mix one part college dropout, two parts entrepreneurial spirit, three parts vision . . . and you've got a one-of-a-kind Steve Jobs. The movie starring Ashton Kutcher as the Apple visionary, Jobs, hits theaters Aug. 16. Apple's iconic...

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    iCahned: Apple Should Be Wary Of Billionaire Investor “Activist”

    Carl Icahn called Tim Cook. The reactions to this relatively simple act between an investor and the CEO of Apple were notable, depending on what side of the country you were on. On the East Coast, Wall Street investors perked up their heads, took little bottles of scotch out of their...

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    5 Transformative Technologies I Would Make Reality If I Won The Powerball Jackpot

    The latest Powerball lottery winners just scored a collective $448 million dollars in one fell swoop. For the average American, that's an incredible load of money to ponder and that's just what I find myself doing—fantasizing about where I'd put that windfall.One thing I know is that it wouldn't be...

  • Web
    Tumblr’s Perverse Lesson: To Get Rich, Don’t Make Money

    $1.1 billion. That's how much your company is worth if it's long on users and short on paying customers. Just ask Tumblr. Or Instagram. Each yanked down billion-dollar acquisitions despite making virtually no revenue. Is this a big deal?Acquihires And Billion-Dollar PayoutsSome seem to think so. At least, for acquihires, the...

  • Mobile
    The Super-Powerful Long-Lasting Smartphone Battery Has Just Been Invented – Maybe

    As any smartphone owner knows all too well, even the best of today's mobile devices are completely dependent on batteries that can't often keep up with the rest of the technology.Even the savviest hardware makers are bumping up against the limits of what they can extract from existing battery technology....

  • Work
    The Customer Is Always Right – Even When The Data Says They’re Wrong

    Guest author David Ewart heads up Marketing and Revenue for IT upstart Loggly.The epic media battle between New York Times reporter John Broder and Tesla CEO Elon Musk began with a negative consumer review, escalated with a strong-armed public rebuttal by a powerful executive and ended with a bunch of...

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    Peter Thiel On Not Selling Facebook To Yahoo – And Much More

    As it turns out, the man who wants to build a sovereign ocean community off the coast of California is really down to earth.Tuesday at South by Southwest (SXSW), serial entrepreneur, venture capitalist and noted libertarian Peter Thiel took the stage to talk about… well, I wasn't really sure. But when the...

  • Web
    100-Year Starship Project: The Grandest Challenge At SXSW – Or Anywhere

    A voyage to the stars: Science fiction authors typically just assume we can do it. The awesomely ambitious 100-Year Starship project, however, was formed, quite literally, to help perform the heavy lifting.Project members spoke in a session at the South by Southwest (SXSW) conference on Monday in Austin, where they laid out...

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