Commentary: The Tesla and Boring Company CEO makes the announcement on Twitter and adds a little surprise.
Elon Musk’s flamethrower, branded and sold via The Boring Company, his new tunnel digging venture, is now all sold out. That means 20,000 buyers have secured pre-orders, and at $500 per, that adds up to $10 million in committed funds heading to The Boring Co’s coffers.
Musk started selling these via The Boring Company’s website just a few short days ago, on Saturday, January 27. Read More
After a slow and steady expansion across the U.S., social platform Nextdoor is now launching its fourth country outside of its home country. Nextdoor is a sort of tiny Facebook for neighborhoods. It’s a good way to connect with your neighbors, exchange tips, buy and sell things and more.
“The launch of Nextdoor in France represents a critical step in our continued European expansion. Read More
Commentary: In two teaser ads, Sprint introduces Evelyn, a robot who seems desperate to be a true young adult of today.
Nintendo announced Mario Kart Tour on Wednesday, a game for iOS and Android devices.
Take two: Mario’s first forray into film back in 1993 isn’t remembered fondly, but Nintendo now hopes to right that wrong.
The world’s biggest social network is almost minting money, but people are spending 50 million fewer hours on Facebook every day because of changes to the news feed.