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Instagram is reportedly testing a way to let you easily re-share someone else's photo — a feature users have been begging for
Instagram is reportedly testing a way to let you easily re-share someone else's photo — a feature users have been begging for

Instagram might let you re-gram other people's photos. Finally.

Rob Price, Business Insider US  Sep 22, 2018, 05:23 PM
Watch: A robot walks the runway for the first time at London Fashion Week
Watch: A robot walks the runway for the first time at London Fashion Week

The collaboration between OhmniLabs Robotics Company and fashion designer Honee Persona...

Business Insider SA  Sep 22, 2018, 03:41 PM
5 new Google gadgets that leaked ahead of the company's big October event
5 new Google gadgets that leaked ahead of the company's big October event

Google is hosting a Made By Google event on October 9 in New York City, where the company...

Antonio Villas-Boas, Business Insider US  Sep 22, 2018, 12:14 PM
The lines to buy a new iPhone on launch day are shorter than they were last year
The lines to buy a new iPhone on launch day are shorter than they were last year

For the past decade, Apple fans around the world have lined up for new iPhones on the...

Kif Leswing, Business Insider US  Sep 22, 2018, 12:06 PM
Apple will log how many phone calls or emails you send and receive to give your device a 'trust score'
Apple will log how many phone calls or emails you send and receive to give your device a 'trust score'

Apple is going to start using your phone call and email data in an attempt to combat...

Isobel Asher Hamilton, Business Insider US
Watch: a satellite has successfully shown it can snare space junk in orbit with this net
Watch: a satellite has successfully shown it can snare space junk in orbit with this net

This is the first debris has been collected in space, paving to way to clean up Earth's...

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Watch: This jet-powered hoverboard can do 165km/h – and we really want to try it
Watch: This jet-powered hoverboard can do 165km/h – and we really want to try it

Those wimpy hoverboards in "Back to the Future" look like they're standing still by...

Sean Lim , Business Insider US