Tesla's Gigafactory, under construction in Sparks, Nevada, will be the largest building in the world, by footprint, when it's finished. The batteries it produces are crucial to Tesla's plan to make affordable electric vehicles. From WIRED.
Like the rest of us, Dezso Molnar hates traffic. But lucky for you, he's working on the solution. In this segment of "Hello World: Mojave," Bloomberg's Ashlee Vance catches up with the eccentric polymath in the desert and they take to the sky. From Bloomberg.
Zume, a Silicon Valley startup aiming to be the “Amazon of food,” is taking on Domino’s and Pizza Hut with a small army of pizza-making robots. From NBC News.
Twitter suspended blogger Milo Yiannopoulos after he sparred with actress Leslie Jones causing other Twitter users to send racist and abusive tweets to the actress. WSJ’s Brian Fitzgerald joins Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero with the details. From the Wall Street Journal.
The first image released from the MeerKat radio telescope in Africa is releasing its first imaging work and it's very impressive. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains. From Buzz60.
The fight between YouTube and the music industry continues. Now Google is saying its system that fights piracy generated $2 billion for rights holders. From Newsy.
See where Facebook’s internet manifest destiny began—and how the site got to where it is today. From FastCompany.
Facebook Artificial Intelligence Research (FAIR) has put together a winning team, and they have the mountain of data necessary to succeed. From FastCompany.
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