Boeing’s two 737 MAX 8 crashes and the investigation that followed ruined not just the aircraft manufacturer’s reputation but also its bottom line. WSJ breaks down how the scandal unfolded. -from WSJ
With the current acceleration of innovation, it's a little easier to imagine what the future may hold than ever before. But in the past it was a great deal harder. -from ColdFusion
If the Earth becomes uninhabitable because of climate change, humans will have to look elsewhere. The FT's Kiran Stacey explores the options for interplanetary living. -from Financial Times
Urban mobility is being transformed below ground, on the streets and in the air. Financial Times investigates the range of technologies set to revolutionize how we travel. -from FinancialTimes
Around the world, cyber crime is on the rise. By 2050, smart cities and homes will be the norm. In this hyper-connected world, the threat cyber-criminals pose will only grow. -from Financial Times
Security Application in China of 5G and Facial Recognition. -From LEGOO MANDARIN DAVID YAO
Dozens of new electric-vehicle models are expected to arrive at dealerships in the next few years. We sent 8 WSJ reporters in 4 countries to see if they, and the world, are ready to make the switch.
What is TikTok? What’s a TikTok meme? How do you make a viral TikTok—aka a banger? WSJ set out to get answers to the questions about the hottest social media app—and danced along the way.
Deloitte’s 11th annual Tech Trends report examines the macro forces that drive transformational change, spotlights five emerging trends likely to spur near-term disruption. - Deloitte Insights
From Engadget, their quick video summary view on the best technologies from Consumer Electronics Show 2020.
Can A.I. make music? Can it feel excitement and fear? Is it alive? Will.i.am and Mark Sagar push the limits of what a machine can do. How far is too far, and how much further can we go? - YouTube
AI-powered toilets. Iron Man-esque exoskeletons. Robot furniture. VR-based offices. Actual dream-recording machines. Yet, what if tech behind many of these is more science than science fiction? - a16z
Technologies that have been “just around the corner” are finally turning that corner. - From Deloitte Insights
As 2020 approaches, WSJ's Joanna Stern wanted to see just how much the smartphone has changed our lives in the past decade. - From WSJ
Quick two minute Tech Predicitions summary from Fortune Magazine's Lisa Marie Segarra and Andrew Nusca.
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