As the biggest aviation-themed studio in the world, Air Hollywood has three full aircraft interiors and an airport terminal set that’s reconfigurable into any part of the air travel experience.
Tesla is currently capable of turning out about 5,000 electric vehicles each week when at maximum capacity, which is a huge leap forward from this time last year. -from Tech Vision
TikTok is becoming a popular forum for Gen-Z and Millennials to learn about entrepreneurship and making money. - From the Wall Street Journal
Find out why Apple’s smart glasses will be a smashing success. -from Newsthink
For several years, now Apple engineers have secretly been eyeing up transportation as the next industry ripe for their unique brand of scorched-earth disruption.When will we see the Apple Car?
Interesting viral video of not your average Mercedes Benz. This 125- year-old horseless carriage was licensed for public roads. -from DW Euromaxx
Viral interesting video. NOT AN ASTRONAUT; NO AFFILIATION WITH NASA. I was dressed up for Halloween. -from Bret Copeland
What happens when a pandemic collides with technological change? Covid-19 has shaken business to its core. The FT's Lex maps how the landscape is changing. -from Financial Times
Cool LED panels that used video game engine technology to place a realistic-looking world behind the actors. -from Vox
The last few months have been a roller coaster ride for battery and hydrogen-powered semi truck maker, Nikola. -from CNBC
Creating the perfect food commercial isn’t just a matter of great styling and a mouth-watering dish. Sometimes, you need a robot. -from Vox
Earlier this year he teased his plans to announce a new, $25,000 model, which would significantly undercut many established rivals in the market. -from Tech Vision
Lucid Motors is the latest EV startup to enter the market. In September, it unveiled its Air luxury sedan to the world, and teased its SUV concept. -from CNBC
With a virtual-reality headset and a virtual meeting platform like Spatial, you can meet up and collaborate with your colleagues as if you were in a real office space. -from WSJ
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