At this rate, retirement is more of a fantasy than a reality for many people in this country. About 42 percent of Americans have less than $10,000 saved for when they retire, according to a study by GoBankingRates.
This blog post draws on data and research discussed in our entry on World Population Growth and Future Population Growth. In 1950 there were 2.5 billion people on the planet. Now in 2019, there are 7.7 billion. By the end of the century the UN expects a global population of 11.2 billion.
Look closely at the picture above, and you can see a small bulge right on the crease of my Galaxy Fold review unit. It’s just enough to slightly distort the screen, and I can feel it under my finger. There’s something pressing up against the screen at the hinge, right there in the crease.
We know we are dead when we die because our brains keep working to make us aware of what’s happening around us, haunting new research suggests.
Insiders describe a chaotic environment inside of Panasonic’s battery-making operation in the Nevada desert, one where standard operating procedures go ignored, expensive mistakes are born from carelessness, and half a million pieces of scrap are generated each day.
A $255 billion debate is raging among the world’s biggest automakers. Some think electric cars made by companies besides Tesla Inc. stand the chance to be hits, while others think they’ll fail to really sell. Toyota Motor Corp.
The nation that invented the heart of the car at the dawn of the 20th century might struggle to adapt to the coming electric era. The completed combustion engine fitted into a BMW M5 is a 1,200-piece puzzle that weighs more than 400 pounds.
It’s just as you suspected; the information age has changed the general attention span. A recently published study from researchers at the Technical University of Denmark suggests the collective global attention span is narrowing due to the amount of information that is presented to the public.
Another day, another survey, but here’s one with a difference.
A Russian company called StartRocket says it’s going to launch a cluster of cubesats into space that will act as an “orbital billboard,” projecting enormous advertisements into the night sky like artificial constellations.
Many existing sports have their roots in hundreds (if not thousands) of years of human tradition. But what if you asked computers to create a sport? You now know how that can turn out. The design agency AKQA has introduced Speedgate, reportedly the first sport envisioned by an AI.
Amazon (AMZN) is flooded with ‘fake’ five-star reviews of popular products, a leading UK consumer group has claimed. An investigation by the consumer group Which? found hundreds of unverified accounts left top reviews on tech products in a single day.
Louis Adolphe Humbert de Molard 1850Notre Dame de Paris En 1831, Victor Hugo publie “Notre Dame de Paris”. L’auteur n’a que 29 ans et l’oeuvre fait preuve d’une rare érudition. L’action située en 1482 nous présente une cathédrale au fait de sa gloire.
French dronemaker Parrot has created a new version of its folding Anafi quadcopter that has an onboard thermal camera. The company is pitching the drone to businesses and professionals in fields like security, search and rescue, construction, and agriculture.
In the Philharmonie de Paris on an overcast Tuesday afternoon, Jean-Yves Leloup is pondering why what may be the most comprehensive exhibition ever assembled about the history of electronic music is taking place in France’s capital.
Dear Reader, As you can imagine, more people are reading The Jerusalem Post than ever before. Nevertheless, traditional business models are no longer sustainable and high-quality publications, like ours, are being forced to look for new ways to keep going.
Right now, almost all self-driving cars are supervised by a human safety driver sitting behind the wheel. Futurism previously reported that drivers working for Waymo One, the autonomous ride-hailing service, are told to stay quiet.
Apple’s special event this week was all about software subscription services, signaling a new focus on business aside from its bread and butter of consumer electronics.
NASA is calling India’s destruction of a satellite last week a “terrible, terrible thing” and says the space debris created by the explosion should be considered a threat to the International Space Station and the astronauts on board.
Executives have been burned by their previous dealings with big tech companies. But Apple’s promise of a billion devices worldwide was too good to pass up. Even for Rupert Murdoch.