Weekly#461

  • SpaceX’s Future Depends on a Gigantic Rocket and 42,000 Internet Satellites (WSJ)
  • What will applied AI look like in 2022?
  • Hyundai shuts down its engine development team amid focus on electric cars
  • 13 battery gigafactories coming to the US by 2025 – ushering new era of US battery production
  • Elon Musk says SpaceX will land humans on Mars in 10 years in the worst-case scenario
  • Streaming wars drive media groups to spend more than $100bn on new content (FT)
  • Big Tech’s Next Monopoly Game: Building the Car of the Future
  • Ars Technica’s favorite films in 2021
  • Boston Dynamics’ Stretch can move 800 heavy boxes per hour
  • Are Apple AirTags Being Used to Track People and Steal Cars?
  • “…With supply chain disruptions messing with the auto industry, it’s an especially challenging time for startups like Rivian…”
  • Two NFT copycats are fighting over which is the real fake Bored Ape Yacht Club
  • How Much Energy Do Data Centers Really Use?
  • LG Electronics Gears Up to Develop Commercial ‘Waterless’ Washing Machine
  • The Future of Cities? Fewer Cars, Better Homes
  • How omicron broke Covid-19 testing
  • Drone innovation moves from hardware to self-flying software (FT)
  • Amazon slips to 4th in global shopping app installs amid rise of international brands
  • A licence to print houses (FT)
  • Business trends, risks and people to watch in 2022 (FT)

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