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Steve Dent

Tesla

Tesla Will Deliver the First 30 Model 3s on July 28

Production has started and will grow "exponentially" to 20,000 EVs per month by December.
Elon Musk

Elon Musk Turned Down Uber's Self-Driving Partnership Offer

'Elon spent the rest of the call convincing me that it's too far out,' Travis Kalanick said.
Apple

AI-equipped Apple Watch Can Detect Irregular Heartbeat and Signs of a Stroke

When paired with AI, it detects arrhythmia 97 percent of the time.
Korea

Korea Is Building a 'City' for Self-Driving Cars

K-City will have bus lanes, freeways and autonomous parking zones.
Sleep

Toddlers Who Use Touchscreens Sleep Less, Study Says

Parents shouldn't worry (yet) though, the researchers say.
Intel

Intel Buys Self-Driving Tech Firm MobilEye for $15.3 Billion

After falling out with Tesla, MobilEye has been working with Intel on autonomous tech.
Twitter

Jack Dorsey Says an Edit Tweet Feature Is 'Definitely Needed'

Some think that could worsen problems with fake news, though.
Mark Zuckerberg

Robert Downey Jr. Volunteers to Voice Zuckerberg's JARVIS Assistant

Zuck enlisted Facebook's billion-plus users, saying 'it's time to give my AI JARVIS a voice. Who should I ask to do it?'
Tesla

Tesla Roadster Prototype Up for Auction Starting at $1 Million

It's the 32nd prototype out of 33 made, has just 18,000 miles and was never originally sold to the public.
Microsoft

Microsoft Partners With a Legal Weed Startup

By teaming with startup "Kind" on plant tracking apps, it's breaking a corporate no-no.
Kickstarter

Coolest Cooler Asks Backers for More Money

After pricing the product too low, backers are being asked to pay another $97 for expedited shipping.
Theranos

Report: Theranos Lab Didn't Live Up to Its Own Accuracy Standards

Data confirms that the company knew its finger pin-prick tests were often wrong when it used them in October, 2014.
Amazon

Amazon's First Live Show Is QVC for the YouTube Generation

The hosts and their guests will offer fashion and makeup advice, while viewers will be able to buy the corresponding products from a carousel under the video player.
Technology

Flexible Smartphones May Be Coming Sooner Than You Think

The ReFlex, a prototype flexible smartphone from Queens University, allows you to flip through pages of an ebook by bending the screen.
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