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In an "emotional" newspaper interview, Elon Musk also said he takes a sedative to help him sleep.
Passengers will be scanned for explosives and weapons as they enter subway stations.
BBC Click's Emily Bates looks at some of the week's best technology stories
An Australian 16-year-old is in court following a series of intrusions into Apple's internal network.
Employees have written to the firm criticising its plans to launch a 'censored Chinese search service'.
An offshore dairy farm aims to help Rotterdam produce its own food more sustainably.
Online streaming has crushed Blockbuster and its last store is a reminder of a not-so-distant past.
A search warrant seen by Forbes magazine reveals the extent of location data the FBI wants.
Critics have mocked Motorola for "ripping off" Apple's design.
President Trump has signed an order reversing the long-winded process of using cyber-weapons.
Losses mount as Uber tries to build future profits by moves into Eats and bike sharing.
The UK's competition watchdog launches an investigation into the world of celebrity endorsements.
Conference organiser Paddy Cosgrave initially defended her invitation to the technology summit.
The InfoWars conspiracy theorist is reported to have posted a link to a video that broke Twitter's rules.
The former England cricketer becomes the sixth celebrity contestant to be confirmed so far.
A study suggests young children will trust robots and change their minds.
More than 1,000 posts containing anti-Rohingya hate speech are found on the social network.
According to reports, regulators want to question executives at the firm about its privatisation plans.
Police make an arrest over a fatal hit-and-run after a Reddit sleuth identifies an obscure car part.
Official says "there is no way to verify" what object is and whether or not it may pose a danger.