22 clothing items every man should own before he turns 30

Submitted by Tech Insider on August 16, 2016 - 9:55am


When a man turns 30, he turns around and looks back at his life. But he should also turn around and look back at his wardrobe — because chances are, it's been neglected.

We've rounded up 22 of the most important essentials every guy should have by the time he turns the big three-oh.

If you're approaching or over 30, it might be time to go shopping.

Amazon greenlights Jack Ryan series starring John Krasinski

Submitted by The Verge on August 16, 2016 - 9:53am

Amazon is trying to revamp novelist Tom Clancy's classic John Ryan character. The company just greenlit a 10-episode series based on the fictional CIA agent, starring John Krasinski as the lead role. Krasinski was cast this past spring when the show had a series commitment from Amazon, but had not yet been greenlit.

Google's top education expert says we teach machines better than we teach our kids

Submitted by Tech Insider on August 16, 2016 - 9:45am

Softbank robot

Computers may be getting a better education than students, according to one expert at Google.

Jonathan Rochelle, head of the product management team for Google's education outreach arm, called Google for Education, says the techniques we use to teach our machines are far more effective at making them smarter than the methods we use to teach living, breathing students.

Ford just made a big bet on an expensive self-driving technology (F)

Submitted by Tech Insider on August 16, 2016 - 9:39am

Ford CES Velodyne Puck

Ford announced on Tuesday that it's joining China's Baidu and investing $150 million in Velodyne, a manufacture of a "Lidar" laser-radar system for self-driving cars.

Ford has been upping its commitment to Lidar since earlier this year, when at CES it announced it was increasing the number of self-driving prototype vehicles using the technology.

Larry Wilmore addresses Comedy Central canceling 'The Nightly Show': 'Racism is solved'

Submitted by Tech Insider on August 16, 2016 - 9:38am

Larry Wilmore

"The Nightly Show" addressed the elephant in the room.

Fans chanted "Larry" as the late-night host Larry Wilmore began his show Monday night. It was the first episode to air after Comedy Central canceled the show earlier that day, saying the show struggled to find an audience and contracts were set to expire.


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