in weekly


  • Apple’s latest security : Lockdown Mode, link2, link3
  • Inc.  agreed to add Grubhub to its suite of Prime services in the U.S., in a deal aimed at expanding the food-ordering company’s reach by tapping Amazon’s membership program (WSJ)
  • Europe wants a high-speed rail network to replace airplanes
  • World’s first commercial sand battery begins energy storage in Finland
  • Switzerland’s 20 million kWh ‘water battery’ is now operational
  • “…As money leaves the market (see below), fundraises are likely to slow from 2021’s a company raising a new round every 6-9 months back to the historical norms of a company raising a round every 12-24 months. Companies with a valuation that far exceeds their product/market fit may not raise for 24-36 months, and many of them have the cash to last that long…”
  • Vehicle safety in Europe takes a giant leap forward
  • IDC: “All eyes will be on Apple” as Meta’s VR strategy “isn’t sustainable
  • FedEx to close data centers, retire all mainframes by 2024, saving $400m
  • Your Corporate Purpose Changed. Has Your Strategy Kept Up?
  • Gartner predicts 9.5% drop in PC shipments
  • Disney could soon lose exclusive rights to Mickey Mouse…The beloved character was created in 1928 and will enter the public domain in 2024
  • BioNTech, Pfizer to start testing universal vaccine for coronaviruses