Saturday, August 18, 2018 10:16 PM EST
EXCRUCIATING -- Tearful Elon Musk reveals truth about 'weed smoking' accusations in interview -- BILLIONAIRE tech titan Elon Musk has revealed he doesn't smoke weed – but relies on the drug Ambien to get to sleep. The revelations came during a tearful interview where the Tesla boss "choked up" several times discussing his tough year. Irish SunMore Headlines...
Google Downplays Possible Launch Of Censored Search Engine For China International Business TimesMore Headlines...
$100 Million Was Once Big Money for a Start-Up. Now, It's Common. -- Known as a mega-round in Silicon Valley, large-scale fund raising is producing a frenzy around tech companies with enough reach and momentum to absorb a large check. New York TimesMore Headlines...
Foxconn chairman sees biggest challenge in US-China trade war South China Morning Post
Trump uses Foxconn groundbreaking to emphasise his hard-line China stance South China Morning Post
Foxconn plans semiconductor operations in China's Greater Bay Area South China Morning PostMore Headlines...
The Trump administration keeps losing environmental court cases Washington Post
GOLDEN IDEA -- Samsung Galaxy Note 9 with a KILOGRAM of gold on the back on sale for £45,000 -- A RUSSIAN gilding firm is offering a ritzy version of Samsung's new smartphone with a kilogram of gold on the back. Caviar will sell you its 'Fine Gold' Galaxy Note 9 with the heavy gold back-plate for a small fee of just 3.87million rubles – or £45,000. Irish Sun
Samsung Galaxy S10 leak hints at self-healing screen Independent UK
Watery worlds could be common throughout the galaxy Independent UK
How do the world's cities measure up? NZ Herald
Amazon is planning live TV recorder, challenging TiVo Peninsula Qatar
$30 off Amazon's 4K Fire TV Gizmodo
A Bot Panic Hits Amazon's Mechanical Turk Wired News
SMUTTY HACK - Porn SCAM warning – don't get caught out by this rogue email from hackers - A PORN scam that tricks you into handing over thousands of pounds to hackers is doing the rounds online. Cybersecurity experts have issued a fresh warning about rogue emails that try to "sextort" you out of your hard-earned cash. Irish Sun