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  • Ford's punishing heat test in the Arizona desert 

    Ever wonder how your car still runs in scorching summer heat when you can barely even move? It can because companies like Ford torture their vehicles in the Arizona desert to make sure they can put up with whatever you ? or Mother Nature ? throws at them.

  • See Microsoft's reversible laptop in :60 

    Microsoft unveiled its first ever laptop, the Surface Book, with a detachable and reversible screen.

  • Twitter adds Moments feature  

    Twitter added the Moments feature that creates curated collections of tweets about the most popular topics.

  • Jack Dorsey takes helm at Twitter 

    Months after Dick Costolo stepped down, Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey will take over as CEO.

  • Karlie Kloss: The supermodel of tech 

    CNN's Poppy Harlow goes behind the scenes at YouTube Space NY to speak with tech savvy supermodel Karlie Kloss who started her own YouTube channel "Klossy."

  • Is your job listing sexist? 

    As industries from tech and beyond look to improve lackluster employee diversity numbers, Textio uses data to detect unconscious bias in job listings. Laurie Segall puts real postings to the test.

  • 5 Stunning stats about Samsung 

    Samsung may be famous for its smartphones now, but did you know the company started as a noodle shop? Here are some facts you might not know about the electronics giant.

  • Meet the guy who invents new beers for Anheuser-Busch 

    Rob Naylor is a brew master at the research pilot brewery of beer giant Anheuser-Busch. Every day he dreams up, brews and tastes new types of beer looking for the next big hit.

  • How Gett is different from Uber 

    Gett UK CEO Remo Gerber explains how the service differentiates itself from other transport apps in London and 52 cities around the world.