The aviation industry is keen to reduce its carbon footprint, and big money is being spent developing battery-powered aircraft. -from the Financial Times
Styluses have come a long way in the last decade, inching closer and closer to a pen-and-paper experience.
Project Kuiper is Amazon’s plan to deliver internet from space using 3,236 small satellites in low Earth orbit. It’s seen as a direct competitor to Starlink, SpaceX’s satellite internet venture.
Startup company SpinLaunch is developing new technology to launch rockets into space that reduces dependence on traditional fuels while significantly lowering the cost.
A number of four-legged robot dogs made by companies like Boston Dynamics, have been deployed in the workforce already for applications like inspections, security, and more.
An iPhone SE with 5G, an iPad Air with a laptop-grade M1 processor, a brand new Mac Studio and a stunning Studio Display were among the products Apple announced at its March event.
Some see Web 3.0 as the next generation of the internet, a decentralized version of the web based on the blockchain. Here are the key principles behind it
The job hunt has changed as artificial intelligence scores resumes, runs interviews and decides who gets access to opportunity
Managing the risks and rewards of emerging technologies is a tricky balancing act. How is it possible to maximise the upsides of innovation while minimising the potential downsides?
Real-estate transactions in the metaverse are reaching record highs. We spoke with companies investing in digital real estate to understand the economic model.
The ‘right to repair’ movement received good news from Apple in November 2021. The company will begin providing customers with genuine Apple tools, parts and manuals in 2022
A NASA astrophysicist explains humanity’s big new toy.
Waymo is operating fully driverless robotaxis in Chandler, Ariz., and recently took a step toward offering the same to riders in San Francisco
The James Webb Space Telescope is about to revolutionise humanity’s comprehension of the cosmos.
From behind the wheel of new electric cars from Ford, Volkswagen, Nissan and Nio, FT reporters look at how the established carmakers are trying to take on Tesla. -from Financial Times
Smart beds tout features like sleep tracking and climate control. But does the technology actually produce a better night’s rest?
99% of all internet traffic runs on a hidden network of undersea cables. Modern life is increasingly dependent on these slinky subaquatic wires.
The rocket business is heating up and one startup has grand ambitions of following SpaceX to orbit. Firefly Aerospace wants to be a dominant launch provider in the growing small satellite market.
Everyone is blabbing about the metaverse. But what does this future digital world look like? WSJ’s Joanna Stern checked into a hotel and strapped on a virtual-reality headset for the day
Ever wondered how EVs get from A to B? Is it essentially the same as an internal combustion car, but wired up to a giant battery? Or is there some altogether more subtle trickery afoot?
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