Weekly#456

  • Bluetooth tracking company Tile acquired for $205 million
  • Scientists use seismic noise to image first hundred meters of Mars
  • E-Commerce Needs Real Store Locations Now More Than Ever (WSJ)
  • “Once it’s farther than 20 minutes, people won’t come.” (WSJ)
  • The U.K. lost around 3,250 pubs and bars—about 6.8% of all such businesses—between March 2020 and September this year (WSJ)
  • Virtual real estate plot sells for record $2.4 million
  • NASA Just Launched a Spacecraft That Will Crash Into an Asteroid
  • Atom Bank introduces four-day working week without cutting pay
  • Apple digital-ID scheme delayed to 2022
  • Niantic Receives $300 Million Investment From Coatue
  • Ridley Scott confirms ‘Blade Runner’ and ‘Alien’ live-action shows
  • Virtual real estate plot sells for record $2.4 million
  • Houston-based tech company Lancium is spending $150 million to build bitcoin mines across Texas that will run on renewable energy.
  • Pet video marketplace Camlist eyes UK growth after raising $1.3 million pre-seed funding
  • How micromobility operators can unlock a $300B industry
  • The metaverse is a $1 trillion opportunity, crypto giant Grayscale says as virtual land sales boom
  • 5 books you should read this holiday, according to Bill Gates
  • metaverse key takeaways from analysis of 158 mentions on investor calls.
  • China’s 5 big tech issues for 2022
  • China’s space programme will go nuclear to power future missions to the moon and Mars
  • NASA wants to put nuclear reactors on the Moon to power a future manned base

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