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Past articles by David:

Ancient-warfare historian rates 10 more battle scenes in movies and television

Ancient-warfare historian Roel Konijnendijk rates 10 battle scenes in movies and television, such as "The Northman," for realism. → Read More

How this 25-year-old started his own Uber-like barber business

Entrepreneur Darren Tenkorang talks us through the journey on how he founded his business TRIM-IT, a mobile barbershop service. → Read More

This startup turns 100 non-recyclable plastic bags into a high-end Bluetooth speaker

Gomi's goal is to stop plastic waste from being incinerated or going to landfills. This year, it aims to use at least one ton of this plastic waste. → Read More

We tried the limited-edition Nokia 9 PureView, the $700 smartphone with 5 cameras

The five cameras are arranged in a pentagon shape on the rear of the Nokia 9 PureView, and don't add any extra bump or bulk. → Read More

We compared the Samsung Galaxy Fold to the Huawei Mate X — and the winner was clear

Folding phones were the main talking point at Mobile World Congress 2019. We compared the Samsung Galaxy Fold with the Huawei Mate X. → Read More

We compared the Samsung Galaxy Fold with the Huawei Mate X — and the winner was clear

Business Insider - We compared the two folding smartphones at Mobile World Congress 2019 based on everything we've seen and been told so far.. Read more at businessinsider.sg → Read More

We compared the Samsung Galaxy Fold with the Huawei Mate X — and the winner was clear

We compared the two folding smartphones at Mobile World Congress 2019 based on everything we've seen and been told so far. → Read More

How London's public transit organizes 340,000 lost items

We toured London's Lost Property Office to see how items are organized, what sort of items they receive, and how you can get your lost items back. → Read More

Why this rose gold watch costs $400,000

The Master Grande Tradition Grande Complication is a rose gold watch by Jaeger-LeCoultre. Here's why it costs a staggering $400,000. → Read More

Meet Usain Bolt's personal barber who owns the most in-demand barbershop in London

UK barber Sheldon Edwards tells us how he started his barber business and now cuts the hair of Usain Bolt and some the world's biggest soccer stars. → Read More

We got an exclusive tour inside Facebook's engineering office in London — here's what we saw

The office features a VR booth, futuristic looking sleeping pods, and a buffet-style food hall where everything is free. → Read More

Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales: There's going to be an 'enormous backlash' against Donald Trump's lies

Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales thinks there is going to be an 'enormous backlash' against Donald Trump's lies. He said the US president is a 'very talented man' and deserves credit, but the truth could eventually catch up with him come the 2020 election. → Read More

'Game of Thrones' star Maisie Williams has left Arya Stark behind to help fight nepotism in the arts industries

Maisie Williams won't be following her character Arya Stark's example in making a success of her new app. The 'Game of Thrones' star launched Daisie in August with her business partner Dom Santry with the noble ambition of helping fight nepotism in the entertainment industries. → Read More

Christopher Wylie says he was pushed into traffic and assaulted after exposing Facebook's bombshell data scandal

Christopher Wylie said he has been a target for physical abuse since blowing the whistle on Facebook's giant data scandal in March. Wylie rocketed into the public consciousness and became involved in the Brexit debate in Britain, which he said made him vulnerable to attack. → Read More

We tried on over £1 million worth of jewels in one of London's most prestigious jewelers

Bentley & Skinner is a London based jeweller which has been buying and selling jewellery since 1880. We tried on some of its most prestigious pieces and learned the history behind them. → Read More

A professional Yu-Gi-Oh! card expert valued our childhood collections — and they’re worth more than we expected

We spoke to Roy Raftery, a trading card expert and manager of Sneak Attack Games London. He valued our childhood Yu-Gi-Oh! card collections and decks. He explained why the original cards that were featured on the show will always be worth more money, but how much? → Read More

Inside McVitie’s Manchester factory where 2 billion Jaffa Cakes are made every year

Business Insider got an inside look at how Jaffa Cakes are made at the McVitie's factory in Stockport, Manchester. We got to see the whole process from start to finish and also learned the answer to the age-old question about Jaffa Cakes, is it a cake or a biscuit? → Read More

We used a headset that transforms your brain activity into a light display — here's how it works

The University of Nottingham has created a visual demonstration that is controlled by brain activity. The demonstration features a model of a brain that changes colours, and by using a brain scanner you are able to alter those colours with brain activity alone. → Read More

Inside Qatar Airways' new Airbus A350-1000 luxury business class suites, with seats that transform into double beds

The "Qsuite" product allows passengers travelling together to remove the privacy screen to create a comfortable-looking double bed. The suite also offers passengers the option to create a "quad area," whereby four seats can be connected to face each other creating a dining or entertainment space. → Read More

British Airways’ new electric robot has slashed pushback delays by 54% at one of the world's busiest airports — we used it to move a 130-ton airplane

British Airways' new electric mototok robot is reducing pushback delays by 54% at Heathrow Airport. The machine is simple to use and only requires one operator. British Airways allowed us to push back a £200 million aircraft with one after a 15-minute training session. → Read More