Delingpole: Elon Musk Cons South Australia out of $50 million

Whoever handles Elon Musk’s public relations deserves a medal. The slippery snake oil salesman and rent-seeker extraordinaire has been down to South Australia – now reduced, pretty much, to a third world state under its disastrous left-wing administration.

Dan Neil and Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk attend Tribeca Talks After The Movie: 'Revenge of the Electric Car' during the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival at the SVA Theater on April 23, 2011 in New York City. (Photo by Dario Cantatore/Getty Images)

Silicon Valley CEO’s Meteoric Rise Ends in Prison Sentence

Many people in the Silicon Valley online marketing ethosphere have called Gurbaksh Chanal a tech genius, but instead of continuing to jet around the planet as a the CEO of Gravity4, Chanal may be engaged full-time in a 12 month stint in prison.

Gurbaksh Chahal (Michael Buckner / Getty for Fox)

Chris Brown Accused of Battery in Las Vegas

Just weeks after settling out of court for a February 2014 hoops assault, R&B singer Chris Brown has again been named a suspect after a basketball-related physical altercation.


Apple Accused of ‘Poaching’ Again

Apple Inc. on Friday leaked that the iconic smartphone maker is on a crash program to design an electric vehicle and is bidding big bucks to recruit Tesla employees. Court filings also disclose that electric-car battery maker A123 Systems is suing Apple for illegally poaching top engineers to build a large-scale battery division.


Tesla Launches 400-Mile-per-Charge Roadster 3.0

On Dec. 26, Tesla previewed its next generation of Sports Roadster that will feature up to a 50% improvement in charge range. Tesla claims that design refinements and a 31% increase in energy storage will allow the Roadster 3.0 to drive easily from San Francisco to Los Angeles on a single charge. Tesla has not set a release date or pricing at this time.