Archive of ‘weekly’ category


  • Amazon-sponsored product ads
  • Tesla to drop some colour options for cars to simplify production
  • Apple’s autonomous vehicle fleet swells 27% in four months
  • Everything Apple announced at it’s September 12 ‘Gather Round’ event
  • Venture-Capital Firm Kleiner Perkins Plans to Split, and Mary Meeker is
  • Apple is talking to big newspapers about joining its subscription service
  • Why Roku isn’t afraid of competition from Apple, Google and Amazon
  • ChargePoint is adding 2.5M electric vehicle chargers over the next 7 years
  • Drone operating system startup Airware today suddenly informed employees it will cease operations
  • SpaceX will be announcing  a plan to send someone around the moon
  • Microsoft acquires Lobe, a drag-and-drop AI tool
  • The US Navy’s newest submarine comes with an Xbox controller


  • Mercedes-Benz unveils the EQC to kick off $12 billion electric offensive
  • Amazon opens its largest Amazon Go convenience store yet
  • Airbnb for Work is getting bigger
  • Amazon became the second publicly traded U.S. company to hit the $1 trillion market cap milestone
  • Opportunity rover still MIA as the dust settles on Mars
  • Google Chrome is 10 years old
  • This is how computers “predict the future
  • China is becoming the electric car market for the world
  • Global Tree Cover Has Expanded More Than 7 Percent Since 1982
  • Volvo’s 360c concept car is a fully autonomous bedroom on wheels…Volvo Cars is taking aim at the aviation industry, saying self-driving vehicles could eliminate the need for some short-haul flights.
  • New Zeeland Bunkers
  • AI beats doctors at predicting heart disease deaths
  • Dyson Moves Ahead on $2.6 Billion E-Car Plan With Test Track
  • Instagram is building a standalone app for shopping
  • Japanese engineers begin work on a space elevator


  • Germany reaches 100K home battery storage installations
  • Designing the Future of Work
  • Report: Future Scenarios and Implications for the Industry
  • Chinese investments in AI, chips, and electric vehicles have reached an estimated $300 billion
  • Innovation and Culture at Amazon
  • Report: The New Physics of Financial Services – How artificial intelligence is transforming the financial ecosystem
  • Amazon’s Dominance in E-commerce
  • How Hollywood Is Racing to Catch Up With Netflix
  • Cary Fukunaga Doesn’t Mind Taking Notes from Netflix’s Algorithm
  • The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn and relearn. Alvin Toffler
  • Amazon is preparing to roll out new, free video streaming services for Fire TV users
  • Essential Cheat Sheets for Machine Learning and Deep Learning Engineers
  • Apple announces the September 12 event, and new iPhones are likely
  • LEGO built a drivable Bugatti Chiron out of a million pieces of Technic
  • Clinc is building a voice AI system to replace humans in drive-through restaurants
  • Microsoft has introduced an AI-infused web design tool called Sketch2Code that converts hand-drawn webpage mockups into functional HTML markup


  • Alibaba cloud business grew 93 per cent in the most recent quarter to $710 million
  • World Bank launches first bond instrument built on a blockchain with the Australian Bank
  • Waymo has opened a subsidiary in China…The unit, called Huimo Business Consulting Co., opened in Shanghai on May 22…
  • AWS cuts in half the price of most of its Lightsail virtual private servers
  • Jeff Bezos could buy all of Amazon’s inventory, and then buy all of Boeing’s and Walmart’s too
  • Apple, IBM, and Google don’t care anymore if you went to college
  • A Kenyan nonprofit’s innovative aerial water system just won it the world’s largest humanitarian prize
  • Danish Maersk container ship trials Arctic route from South Korea to St. Petersburg
  • Q-Yachts delivers first all-electric day cruiser yacht
  • Tesla is working on ‘car karaoke’ mode with version 10 software update, says Elon Musk
  • Eventbrite files for $200 million IPO
  • Apple Has Hired 46 Ex-Tesla Employees This Year: Report
  • In 1973, an MIT computer predicted the end of civilization. So far, it’s on target.
  • Why mining the water on the Moon could open up space exploration
  • Self-driving cars will destroy a lot of jobs—they’ll also create a lot
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