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The Kitty Hawk Flyer is an "all-electric aircraft" that is designed to operate over water and doesn't require a pilot's license to fly.
On Friday CEO Reed Hastings announced the company had accomplished the touchstone of reaching 100 million subscribers.
Unroll.Me helps manage spam and promotional emails, but it is owned by a parent company that makes money selling information on consumer loyalty.
NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson has stayed in space longer than any other American.
KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo joins the list of Apple watchers who say the iPhone 8 is delayed until October or November.
"I didn't become a software engineer to be trying to make ends meet," he says.
The professional network's half a billion members are spread out across 200 countries.
More than a dozen start-ups backed by deep-pocketed industry figures along with big aerospace firms are taking on the dream of the flying car. NYT reports.
Amazon is expanding subscriptions past Kindle.
Alphabet's big profits are expected to demonstrate yet again that Google queries is the web's most valuable real estate for advertisements.
Jenny Fleiss will run code eight, a start-up that will develop personalized, one-to-one shopping experiences for Wal-Mart.
China holds excellent opportunities for entrepreneurship and innovation, according to Yu Zhichen, CEO of Turing Robot.
Sony's shares popped on Monday after the company raised its earnings outlook.
LeapLearner, a Shanghai-based education start-up, aims to teach children as young as five years old how to code and then some.
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