Future cars We live in a Golden Age of car wheels — here are my favorite wheel designs from Ferrari, Lamborghini, Porsche and more

Some serious hoot wheel on the Lincoln Navigator. Hollis Johnson/Business Insider Consumers have more choices in wheels, direct from manufacturers and dealers, than at any time in automotive history.At Business Insider, the vehicles we test have often been shod with the finest in forged metal available in the marketplace.Over the years, I’ve become quite the…

Future cars A former race car driver collected 9 Lamborghinis including some of the rarest ever to start a museum, but now he’s selling them — take a closer look at the Italian icons

RM Sotheby’s is hosting a European auction that includes the Petitjean Collection.The Petitjean Collection has almost 100 cars and all of them will be offered without reserve.Nine Lamborghinis, stretching across the brand’s storied history, are one of the auction’s centerpieces.The auction will open on June 3.Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. Another online-only car…

Irish technology Baseball aiming to be the first sport to get up and running again

It’s still a couple of months away but Baseball Ireland are already confident that theirs will be the first sports league to get up and running in Ireland as the lockdown restrictions are gradually loosened up. With social distancing more or less built into the sport already, plans to get the 12-team All-Ireland league underway…

Euro technology Investing in a passwordless future: These 10 companies are reinventing identity security (MSFT, OKTA, NUAN, PING)

An employee demonstrates the facial recognition system for the NEC SMART STORE in Tokyo, Japan. Tomohiro Ohsumi/Getty This story is available exclusively on Business Insider Prime. Join BI Prime and start reading now. While the first Thursday in May is known as “World Password Day,” it should be renamed World Passwordless Day, argues Joy Chik,…

Euro technology School closures may not help prevent the spread of the coronavirus, and some experts say they do more harm than good

School closures may not significantly help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.The negative effects of school closures — included exacerbated inequalities and economic losses — could outweigh the benefits, according to two pediatricians.One child-development expert recommended that the US convene an expert task force to help states reopen schools safely.Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more…

Euro technology Harvard scientists are developing a coronavirus vaccine specifically for those most vulnerable: the elderly

Various factors affect the effectiveness of a vaccine, including the age and sex of the person receiving it.Researchers at Boston Children’s Hospital are working to develop an age-specific coronavirus vaccine to protect those most vulnerable: the elderly.They’re testing different coronavirus vaccine formulations on human tissue outside of the body, which contains cells from people of…