For decades, scientists have been trying to build a long-lasting replacement for the human heart. Now, an Australian inventor believes he’s cracked the problem. -from Bloomberg Quicktake
One machine looks set to revolutionize the future of auto manufacture, and it really is a pretty big deal. -from Tech Vision
Built to support the Soviet space program back in the late eighties, one gargantuan aircraft has proved itself an invaluable asset to aid agencies in the Covid-19 era. -from Tech Vision
Roughly 150km south of Shanghai a gigantic civil engineering experiment is underway that’s causing international ripples in more ways than one. -from Tech Vision
Like a threadbare pair of pants your partner has pleaded with you to just chuck out, NASA’s aging Shuttle-era spacesuits are long overdue date with the trash can. -from Tech Vision
SpaceX has more than 1,000 satellites beaming high-speed internet to Earth, but China promises to offer higher speeds with the launch of what it calls the world’s first 6G satellite.
United Airlines' announcement that it plans to buy 15 supersonic aircraft from the startup Boom Supersonic is raising questions about the future of ultra-fast plane travel. -from WSJ
U.S. recently faced a series of ransomware attacks on critical infrastructure like the Colonial Pipeline, the city of Tulsa, and JBS, the worlds largest meat producer. -from CNBC
Have you ever wondered what the world will be like in the future? It's likely our world will be completely different in the next 20 or 30 year than what it is now.
Right now the world is dependent on Taiwan for silicon semiconductors called chips, which give devices like iPhones their functionality. -from Bloomberg Quicktake
A life-and-death tussle between rival billionaires, outlaw hackers, and desperate taxi firms is playing out on city streets around the world. -from Tech Vision
Enjoy these satisfying inventions and gadgets! -from Tech Vision
A view from China’s Tencent on the evolution of technology through the ages with quotes across history describing the journey.
Robo-advisors have had a meteoric rise in popularity since their debut in 2008 thanks to the support from millennials and Gen Z.
While Tesla and others already offer assisted-driving features, startups Waymo, Cruise, TuSimple and Aurora are betting their autonomous vehicles will make driving a thing of the past. -from WSJ
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