Matthew Humphries

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Travel

TSA Discovers Snake Inside External Hard Drive

The smuggler is facing a fine and never made it to her intended destination.
Microsoft

Microsoft to Acquire GitHub for $7.5 Billion

The web-based project hosting service attracts millions of developers and open source projects.
Jeff Bezos

Jeff Bezos's Blue Origin Launches and Lands Its Rocket

Mannequin Skywalker was the lucky passenger experiencing zero gravity at 351,000 feet.
Nintendo

Nintendo Profits Increase 505 Percent Thanks to Switch

The Nintendo Switch is a huge hit for the company, and one likely to match or even surpass the Wii's success.
Facebook

Facebook's Answer to E.U. Privacy Law: Accept Data Collection and Ads, or Don't Use Facebook

The aim of GDPR is to return control of personal data to the individual by ensuring companies follow a new set of data protection compliance rules.
Tesla

Tesla Model 3 Moves to 24/7 Production

Elon Musk is serious about reaching 6,000 cars per week by June.
Tesla

Tesla Model 3 Production Is Being 'Paused' After Elon Musk Admits to a Mistake

The five-day production shutdown is apparently meant to 'improve automation.'
SpaceX

Elon Musk Says Falcon 9 Second Stage Recovery Requires 'Giant Party Balloon'

Landing the second stage of the Falcon 9 requires a really big balloon, and there's no guarantee it will work.
Facebook

Facebook Apologizes for Keeping Videos You Never Posted

Remember all those videos you decided against posting and deleted instead? Facebook kept them.
Google

Google Is Shutting Down Its Link Shortener

The way we find content changed and goo.gl short links are no longer good enough.
Space Travel

The Chinese Space Station Has Crash Landed in the Pacific Ocean

Tiangong-1 thankfully found a watery grave.
Elon Musk

Elon Musk Says He'll Sell Lego-Like Bricks Made of Tunnel Rock

The Boring Company finds something profitable to do with all that waste rock from digging tunnels.
Facebook

Facebook Denies Collecting Call and SMS Data Without Permission

Android users are apparently giving the social network permission to collect this data.
Work-Life Balance

South Korea Is Turning Off PCs to Stop People Working Late

The experiment starts March 30, but by May all Seoul government employees will have their PCs turned off at 7 p.m. on Fridays.
Apple

Apple Is Reportedly Trying to Make its Own Displays

If successful, Apple will no longer have to rely on another company for its screens.

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