Weekly#350

  • Tesla will unveil its ‘Cybertruck’ electric pickup on November 21st
  • Travis Kalanick’s Secret Startup, CloudKitchens (paywall)
  • Whatsapp is introducing Catalogs for Small Businesses
  • Alipay launches international e-wallet, giving foreigners access to mobile payment platform in first for China
  • Apple Eyes 2022 Release for AR Headset, 2023 for Glasses
  • More than 90% of large publishers use the Google ad server, DoubleClick for Publishers (paywall)
  • Next in Google’s Quest for Consumer Dominance—Banking (paywall)
  • Will Tesla and Google Kill the German Car?
  • New NASA app puts you in the pilot’s seat of Boeing’s Starliner or SpaceX’s Crew Dragon
  • The Curiosity rover detects oxygen behaving strangely on Mars
  • Disney+ has already attracted over 10 million subscribers
  • Dell Unveils Subscription Model to Counter Amazon, Microsoft
  • SpaceX launches another 60 Starlink satellites while setting two rocket reuse records
  • Google wants Chrome to offer instantaneous and native app-like experiences
  • The Science Is Extremely Clear: You Need to Prioritize Sleep
  • It Takes Two: How to Turn Job-Sharing Into a Promotion…and Another


Weekly#349

  • Elon Musk says building the first sustainable city on Mars will take 1,000 Starships and 20 years
  • Yandex has built a fleet of self-driving food-delivery robots
  • researchers from the University of Oxford recently determined that the probability of our entire species going extinct in any given year is as high as one in 14,000.
  • Electric cars are changing the cost of driving
  • Canso spaceport partners with U.S. company to recycle rockets in space…including hotels, research parks, fuel depots and storage centres.
  • Netflix, HBO and Cable Giants Are Coming for Password Cheats
  • Kepler achieves a world-first for satellite broadband with 100Mbps connection to the Arctic
  • OpenAI has published the text-generating AI it said was too dangerous to share
  • Microsoft Hololens 2
  • SoftBank Reveals $6.5 Billion Loss From Uber, WeWork Turmoil

Weekly#348

  • Massive, AI-Powered Robots Are 3D-Printing Entire Rockets
  • Google’s got a chief decision scientist. Here’s what she does
  • Ikea Catalog Covers | Argos Catalog
  • The five keys to a successful Google team
  • 1.5 Million Packages a Day: The Internet Brings Chaos to N.Y. Streets
  • McDonald’s delivery is now available across 950 of its sites across the UK and accounts for just over 10% of all its UK business
  • Google is acquiring Fitbit for $2.1 billion
  • Small satellite startup Kepler opens sign-ups for its IoT developer kits
  • Blade Runner: How well did the film predict 2019’s tech?
  • Google Introduces Huge Universal Language Translation Model: 103 Languages Trained on Over 25 Billion Examples

Weekly#347

  • AWS Customers Rack Up Hefty Bills for Moving Data (paywall)
  • Google Claims a Quantum Breakthrough That Could Change Computing
  • Tesla Returns To Profitability, Smashes Analyst Estimates
  • “The Last of Us Part II” is now scheduled to arrive on PlayStation 4 on May 29, 2020
  • Some of the universe’s heavier elements are created by neutron star collisions
  • Netflix launches Rs 199 ($2.8) mobile-only monthly plan in India
  • An Uber boss insists its flying taxis will be fully functional by 2023, and says the company is talking with NASA to find a way to manage air traffic
  • The think tank Carbon Tracker Initiative reported that four in five coal plants in the European Union were unprofitable and utilities faced losses of nearly 6.6 billion euros this year.
  • Apple Pay Overtakes Starbucks as Most Popular Mobile Payment Platform in the US
  • No one expected The Athletic could get people to pay for sports news. Now it has 600,000 subscribers.
  • ‘Whoa, it worked!!’: Elon Musk successfully tweeted using a Starlink satellite for the first time…SpaceX plans to start offering Starlink broadband services in 2020
  • “If you’re creating a paid-for product, you have to start charging from day one.”
  • AI Weekly: In China, you can no longer buy a smartphone without a face scan
  • Archive of memos
  • Gartner’s top 10 strategic predictions for 2020
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