A life-and-death tussle between rival billionaires, outlaw hackers, and desperate taxi firms is playing out on city streets around the world. -from Tech Vision
Enjoy these satisfying inventions and gadgets! -from Tech Vision
A view from China’s Tencent on the evolution of technology through the ages with quotes across history describing the journey.
Robo-advisors have had a meteoric rise in popularity since their debut in 2008 thanks to the support from millennials and Gen Z.
While Tesla and others already offer assisted-driving features, startups Waymo, Cruise, TuSimple and Aurora are betting their autonomous vehicles will make driving a thing of the past. -from WSJ
At more than 80,000 megapixels, this video showcases the astonishing detail and resolution of the largest photo ever taken of New York City.
Japan’s world record breaking Maglev L0 passenger train has been under testing since it was unveiled to the press in November of 2012, achieving speeds of 374 miles per hour.
We take a look at how the art of the car chase has evolved over eight decades in Hollywood, from the influential chase in "Bullitt" to the wild spectacles of the "Fast & Furious" franchise.
This mini overview documentary looks into NASA's history of tech and rockets, and also explores their future technology - going as far into the future as the year 2100. -from Venture City
Forbes partnered with venture firms Sequoia Capital and Meritech Capital to create the third annual AI 50, a list of private, promising North American companies that are using artificial intelligence.
Apple recently released a new version of the iPhone's operating system called iOS 14.5. It includes some highly-anticipated features like Apple Watch unlock and App Tracking Transparency.
Despite a few delays, the hotel is expected to begin construction in 2026, and could be open for business as early as 2027.
A new privacy feature in Apple’s iOS 14.5 requires apps to request permission to track you. And Facebook isn’t happy about it.
First-ever Air Tags, a new iPad Pro, and a new iMac with several different colors. This video is a 10 minute supercut of the full event, which was over 1 hour long originally. -from CNET
As tech companies become a key part of the auto industry, cars are looking more like giant computers on wheels. To understand why a tech giant like Apple might want to make a car, we built one.
No Steering wheel?! Exclusive Access to Drive Mercedes Vision AVTR, really awesome content for you RBR viewers and Mercedes Benz and Concept Car Fans!
Amazon Web Services is an unrivalled colossus of the internet age, providing the computational horsepower underpinning countless organizations from Netflix to BMW, Disney to GE, Tinder to the CIA.
Artificial intelligence is helping humans make new kinds of art. It is more likely to emerge as a collaborator than a competitor for those working in creative industries.
When hurtling around planet earth at 17,100 mph, standard human notions of day and night start to look pretty silly.
The ten biggest companies are all looking to the future, investing in everything from artificial intelligence to biometric sales systems and ‘cashier-free’ stores.
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