Elon Musk sells another $687 million in Tesla stock

From CNET: Elon Musk sold about $687 million worth or sold 639,737 shares of Tesla stock on Thursday, according to CNBC, which cited regulatory filings. This was on top of the $5 billion he sold earlier in the week.

Last weekend, the electric car company CEO polled his Twitter followers whether...

Starlink debuts a new satellite internet dish

From CNET: SpaceX satellite internet venture Starlink is showing off new hardware this week, with the debut of a new, rectangular dish capable of receiving the company's internet signal orbiting overhead.

The dish arrives with FCC regulatory approval several months after SpaceX president Gwynne...

Seagate Demonstrates HDD with PCIe NVMe Interface

From Tom's Hardware: Seagate has demonstrated the industry's first hard disk drive connected to a host using a PCIe interface at the Open Compute Project Summit. Like solid-state drives, the experimental hard drive uses the NVMe protocol to operate alongside SSDs seamlessly. Usage of a single...

Discord CEO says the company won’t add a crypto wallet — for now

From The Verge: On Monday, Discord CEO Jason Citron struck fear (or joy) into the hearts of Discord fans by tweeting a screenshot of what appeared to be crypto wallets in the app, but Wednesday evening, he said the company doesn’t actually plan to ship what he was showing off.

“Thanks for all the...

Elon Musk Sells $5 Billion of Tesla Stock

From PC Mag: Elon Musk has come through on a promise to sell Tesla stock if his Twitter followers told him to. As CNBC reports, Musk sold two blocks of shares yesterday worth roughly $5 billion.

The smaller of the two transactions was for more than 930,000 shares worth over $1.1 billion, but this...

Metallurgist Who Tested Steel for US Navy Subs Admits Faking Results

From ExtremeTech: A metallurgist once responsible for testing the steel used on US Navy submarines has pled guilty to falsely representing the steel’s integrity for more than three decades.

Elaine Marie Thomas, a 67-year-old former director of metallurgy, worked from 1985 to 2017 at a Washington...

Apple unveils new subscription service aimed at small businesses

From CNET: Apple is working on a new service, built for small businesses with up to 500 employees.

Apple Business Essentials will include iCloud storage, Apple support and device management among other offerings, the company said in a blog post, Wednesday.

"Apple Business Essentials is...

Airbnb improves accessibility search filters for its accommodations

From The Verge: Airbnb has updated its search filters and accessibility review process with the goal of making it easier for people with disabilities to find accommodations on its platform, the company announced in a blog post.

Hosts can now submit pictures of the accessibility features in their...

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