• Twitter, YouTube, Amazon and Verizon are competing for streaming rights to the NFL’s ‘Thursday Night Football
  • Atari stock jumps 52% on plans for nostalgia-backed cryptocurrencies
  • Dyson Plans To Build Three Electric Cars
  • GPUs on Google’s Kubernetes Engine are now available in open beta
  • Electronic skin can display a heartbeat on your hand
  • SpaceX will launch the first of its global internet satellites
  • Website follows journey of Elon Musk’s Tesla Roadster through space
  • Telegram has raised an initial $850M for its billion-dollar ICO
  • Hasbro Is Getting Into Crowdfunding
  • 13 ways AI will change your business in 2018
  • Digital Transformation Infographic
  • New AWS Developer Training in Collaboration with edX.org
  • China’s tech industry is catching up with Silicon Valley


  • Uber Agrees Not to Use Waymo Technology in Self-Driving Cars…Under settlement, Uber also will give Waymo equity worth about $245 million
  • Amazon to Launch Delivery Service That Would Vie With FedEx, UPS
  • Susan Wojcicki, the CEO of YouTube, will be live from Recode’s Code Media conference in Huntington Beach, Calif., on Monday, Feb. 12, at 7:30 pm PT / 10:30 pm ET.
  • 5 Disruptions to Marketing, Part 5: Artificial Intelligence (2018 Update)
  • Scott Galloway at DLD Munich 2018
  • DLD 2018 Videos
  • “…The 230-foot rocket, which featured 27 engines with the combined thrust of some 18 Boeing Co. 747 jumbo jets, climbed into clear skies at 3:45 p.m. local time. It carried a Tesla Roadster as a dummy payload and publicity stunt…”
  • This electronic skin can heal itself — and then make more skin
  • Siri on HomePod Correctly Answered 52.3% of Queries in New AI Test
  • The rise  of personal searches
  • Apple sold more watches than Rolex, Swatch, and the rest of the Swiss watch industry combined
  • Welcome to the Post-Text Future


  • The UX of AI (Google Design)
  • Digital in 2018 Global Overview
  • How Likely Is Your Industry to Be Disrupted? This 2×2 Matrix Will Tell You
  • WhatsApp 1.5 B monthly active users
  • Amazon has posted a profit for 11 straight quarters
  • Augmented Reality helps surgeons to ‘see through’ tissue and reconnect blood vessels
  • Chinese satellite uses quantum cryptography for secure video conference between continents
  • Bias Is the Real AI Danger
  • The Autonomy Ecosystem: From Self-Driving Cars to Beyond!
  • Apple has ~75% of the wearables market
  • Can big data predict which bills will pass Congress?


  • 2017 Retrospective: A Monumental Year for the App Economy
  • Facebook bought a startup that specializes in verifying government IDs
  • Here’s who owns everything in Big Media today
  • Netflix now has nearly 118 million streaming subscribers globally
  • Amazon Go, a high-tech version of a 7-Eleven, will finally open on Monday — with no checkout lines and no cashiers
  • Photos: Here’s what the new Amazon Go cashierless convenience store looks like
  • Facebook appoints a new AI research head
  • Apple will release its HomePod on February 9
  • Alexa’s cousins have plans to infiltrate the financial industry
  • Google is working on bringing AR to Chrome with downloadable 3D objects
  • Stripe will end bitcoin support because customers aren’t interested
  • Google Assistant can now match voices to specific Netflix profiles
  • DJI is taking over every inch of the drone market
  • First Look at Nintendo Labo
  • Airbnb reached full-year profitability for 2017, and it’s adding a former Amex CEO to its board
  • Davos World Economic Forum 2018 Videos
  • Annual smartphone shipments in China declined for the first time in 2017
  • Research into full-body tracking at Facebook hints at broader AR/VR ambitions
  • Meg Whitman to Lead Mobile-Video Startup New TV
  • WEF 2018: AI is more profound than electricity or fire, says Sundar Pichai
  • UK teenagers are to be taught about artificial intelligence with the launch of a new deep learning teaching kit
  • 5 ways voice assistance is shaping consumer behaviour
  • the new AI-related company has been created in the UK every week for the last three years.
  • Netflix is five times cheaper than Pay TV on an hourly basis:
    Pay TV: $0.73/hour
    Netflix: $0.15/hour
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