You can download content on Quibi for viewing offline to watch without internet access by tapping the three dots in the corner of the video preview.
You can delete a slide in PowerPoint simply by right-clicking on it, or delete multiple slides by selecting them all beforehand.
You can see your Amazon Prime Video purchases in the "My Stuff" section of the Prime Video website or app after you've bought or rented a video.
An Uber-backed influence campaign against bike and scooter 'rider surveillance' lost the support of major privacy groups once they found out the company was involved
Communities Against Rider Surveillance, which Uber supports, is trying to influence the debate over how cities use shared bike and scooter data.
To reset your Apple ID password through a browser, you'll need access to at least one of your Apple devices and your Apple ID email.
Twitter billionaire Jack Dorsey just announced he will be funding a universal basic income experiment that could affect up to 7 million people
Jack Dorsey's fellow Silicon Valley billionaires Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg think a universal basic income could help poor Americans, too.
A new study suggests audiences would pay $14 to watch a new superhero movie at home. Here's how other genres compare.
Even if a superhero movie were to be released on digital platforms, it would be difficult to match the profits it would make at the global box office.
A French startup raised $65 million in the middle of the coronavirus crisis for its cloud-based phone system. Here's the pitch deck it used.
Aircall was trying to raise new capital when governments around the globe started shutting down their economies. It was successful anyway.
Google is gearing up for a summer of heated antitrust battles: Here's a guide to the various investigations and regulatory threats Google is facing
It's shaping up to be a big year of antitrust probes against Google. Here are the big investigations to know about, and the lawsuits they may bring.
This VC backed self-driving car startup Zoox into a big buyout by Amazon. Here's why he says that deal signals a new wave of automation.
Factories, warehouses, and logistics companies are about to see a new wave of automation, Lux Capital's Shahin Farshchi said.
VOICE ASSISTANTS IN HEALTHCARE: An inside look at 3 emerging voice use cases healthcare providers can deploy to cut costs, build loyalty, and drive revenue
Business Insider Intelligence outlines the voice opportunity in healthcare and explores the drivers propelling voice adoption in the healthcare realm.
You can easily gift an Audible book by searching for a title and selecting the "Give as a gift" option on the audiobook's details page.
One way to lock a Windows computer from your keyboard is by pressing Ctrl + Alt + Del and then selecting the "Lock" option.
To unlock your iPhone from its carrier, you'll likely need to contact your carrier directly to cancel your contract.
"Palm Springs" is a romantic comedy with a sci-fi twist. The movie stars Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti. You can watch it through Hulu on July 10.
How to rent videos on Amazon Prime Video even if you aren't a Prime subscriber, or cancel mistaken rentals
You can rent videos on Amazon Prime Video even if you aren't an Amazon Prime subscriber. Here's how to rent videos or cancel mistaken rentals.
With just a few months to go until the PlayStation 5 launches, Sony just announced a $250 million investment in Epic Games.
Early Facebook investor Roger McNamee wrote a pressing letter to Joe Biden urging him not to trust Silicon Valley on tech policy
Roger McNamee said that "today's leaders of Silicon Valley are part of the problem, not the solution" in a Wired op-ed.
German authorities seized the servers that hosted BlueLeaks police files at the request of the US government
The takedown comes after the publisher that hosted the BlueLeaks files was permanently banned from Twitter.
NBC's new streaming service, Peacock, will launch with free and premium plans on July 15 — here's how to sign up
Peacock is NBC's new streaming service with shows like "The Office" and films like "Fast & Furious." Here's a rundown of prices and how to subscribe.
You can charge a laptop in your car in several different ways, from a power inverter to a laptop travel charger to a power bank.
In the name of "free speech" Facebook has privileged and empowered anti-democratic, anti-social speech.
What is my Amazon Prime Video PIN? How to set up, change, and manage your PIN-enabled account restrictions
An Amazon Prime Video PIN allows you to set parental controls to monitor what your kids watch, as well as to prevent unauthorized purchases.
The government's PPP was designed to keep afloat small businesses, like local barber shops and restaurants. But nearly 10,000 companies with deep pocketed investors also got loans from the program.
New Enterprise Associates, Andreessen Horowitz, Accel, and Sequoia all had 23 or more startups participate in the program.
Apple has launched the public beta of its iOS 14 software, the next major iPhone update. Here's how to get it.
BI Prime goes inside the startup's unfolding drama, if the allegations are true, and how pervasively a company can be infected by toxic behavior.
Developers have named Rust their most-loved programming language five years in a row. Here's why developers at Facebook, Dropbox, and Amazon all adore it.
Rust has been called the "most loved" programming language on Stack Overflow's annual survey. Here's why it's one of the fastest growing languages.
How the pandemic is impacting the advertising business as live sports and events are cancelled and people cut back on spending
Business Insider breaks down how the pandemic is impacting advertising, from events cancellations to layoffs and furloughs.
Meet the 25 power players at Instagram who are deciding the future of the wildly popular Facebook-owned app
Instagram is the hottest app in the world right now. These are the people behind it.
Google could face a full-scale EU antitrust probe into its Fitbit deal unless it addresses competition concerns
EU antitrust enforcers will investigte Google's $2.1 billion bid for Fitbit unless it addresses competition concerns.
Apple’s has marked a shift in the company’s approach, with a focus on news, games, videos, and other content over the iPhone and other hardware.
Robinhood reportedly installed bulletproof glass after frustrated traders kept showing up at its office
Frustrated traders occasionally show up at Robinhood's headquarters in California, which led the company to take precautions, a new report said.
An ex-Facebook executive called Mark Zuckerberg's actions 'haphazard' and said Facebook should have acted more like Twitter in addressing Trump's posts
Facebook has taken a 'haphazard' approach to handling political speech, ex-security chief Alex Stamos told CNBC.
The firm is called Metrodora Ventures, named after one of the first women to write a medical text, according to Axios.
Google Maps may soon be able to show you the location of traffic lights, which would mark one of several new features to hit the navigation app.
Electric pickups are on the way, promising everything from bulletproofing to drinking fountains. Here are some of the wildest features to expect from Tesla, Rivian, and others.
A whole host of electric pickup trucks are set to flood the market, and if all goes to plan, they'll change how we think about optional features.
Find out where and when to catch "The Sims Spark'd," which has contestants showing off their design and storytelling prowess in the computer game.
WeWork faces 3 new discrimination and harassment lawsuits, including a complaint that says a manager brought knives and a crossbow to work
Two Black former employees are suing WeWork for racial discrimination, while a female employee said her manager harassed her.
How the coronavirus is changing the influencer business, according to marketers and top Instagram and YouTube stars
Business Insider spoke with influencer-marketing professionals across the industry to learn how they're adjusting during the coronavirus pandemic.
Elon Musk predicts Tesla will complete the 'basic functionality' needed for fully autonomous driving this year — 4 years after the company started selling 'full self driving' software
In 2016, Musk said a Tesla would drive itself across the US. That's still yet to happen, but the company appears to be getting closer.
SoFi just filed an application for a national banking charter, and CEO Anthony Noto told employees it's a critical strategic step for the $4.3 billion fintech
The personal-finance startup SoFi has filed an application for a national bank charter with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.
Zoom selling video conferencing hardware through a subscription model could boost customer loyalty as competitors encroach on its market share.
Amazon's Music Unlimited streaming service that has more songs than Spotify is free for 3 months for new subscribers
After the three-month trial, it's $7.99/month for Prime members, which is cheaper than Spotify's premium $9.99 per month plan.
The LinkedIn post that helped one laid-off engineer make 500 new connections and land a new job in just one month
Andrew Ngo posted on LinkedIn about losing his job in March. By April, he'd landed a new role at Atlassian, thanks to an outpouring of support.
To use an iPad as a second screen on a Windows 10 computer, you'll need to use a third-party app like SplashTop.
The leaked files show just how much data TikTok can collect, and how it shares that data with law enforcement.
Telemedicine startups have raised hundreds of millions as the coronavirus puts them to the test. Meet the 12 startups forging a new path for healthcare.
Doctor on Demand just raised $75 million. Amwell reportedly filed for an IPO. And Bright.md's online visits have grown by 1,200%.
4 years later, and 'Pokémon Go' players have spent nearly $4 billion on the wildly popular smartphone game
Across four years, "Pokémon Go" players have spent nearly $4 billion on the smash-hit game — and 2019 was the game's biggest year yet.
Netflix has canceled plenty of critically acclaimed TV shows, including "Dead to Me," "Ozark," and "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina."
POWER PLAYERS: Meet 11 American Express execs driving the card giant's digital strategy for everything from payments to dining and travel partnerships
Take a look at the execs driving Amex's growth and positioning the credit card giant to take off in the increasingly digital world of payments.