Executives at Hyundai say they are still unsure whether collaborating with Apple on the “Apple Car” is a good move. Although Apple has yet to comment in any way, it has recently and repeatedly been reported that Hyundai — or its subsidiary Kia — will make the forthcoming “Apple Car.
Ranjan here. Given this newsletter will be a critique of the salacious and hyperbolic, I promise I’ll work hard to justify that subject line. If this email made it through your spam filter, here goes nothing. Over the past few months, I’ve noticed a trend.
More than 50 million electric vehicles could be sharing roads in the next five years. Updating charging infrastructure is key to scaling the industry. E-mobility has reached a tipping point.
Many Tesla fans view the electric carmaker as a world leader in self-driving technology. CEO Elon Musk himself has repeatedly claimed that the company is less than two years away from perfecting fully self-driving technology.
Global sales of electric cars accelerated fast in 2020, rising by 43% to more than 3m, despite overall car sales slumping by a fifth during the coronavirus pandemic. Tesla was the brand selling the most electric cars, delivering almost 500,000, followed by Volkswagen.
In a study published today in the journal Nature Communications, Australian researchers teamed up with researchers from the French National Centre for Space Studies (CNES) and the French metrology lab Systèmes de Référence Temps-Espace (SYRTE) at Paris Observatory.
Faulty software set back a bid by the world’s largest car maker for electric-vehicle dominance.
One of the first Articles on Stratechery, written on the occasion of Intel appointing a new CEO, was, in retrospect, overly optimistic. Just look at the title:
THREAD | A period of change across media, marketing and tech has left the industry with burning questions at the outset of 2021. Here, Adweek’s editors break down where we were before the pandemic, where we are now and where we’re going. #Outlook2021 https://t.co/D2TIEepD
Centuries before Moses wandered in the “great and terrible wilderness” of the Sinai Peninsula, this triangle of desert wedged between Africa and Asia attracted speculators, drawn by rich mineral deposits hidden in the rocks.
1. Your data is collected and scored. Then databrokers use algorithms to reveal thousands of private details about you—friends and acquintances, religious and political beliefs, educational background, sexual orientation, reading habits, personality traits and flaws, economic stability, etc.
Project Based Learning is a teaching method in which students gain knowledge and skills by working for an extended period of time to investigate and respond to an authentic, engaging, and complex question, problem, or challenge.
The Mac has always been very different from its close relative, iOS, especially when it comes to what a user is or is not allowed to run on their system.
Intel during CES 2021 showed off its next-generation Alder Lake family of chips, which it says offers a “significant breakthrough” for the x86 architecture.
There’s rarely time to write about every cool science-y story that comes our way. So this year, we’re once again running a special Twelve Days of Christmas series of posts, highlighting one science story that fell through the cracks in 2020, each day from December 25 through January 5.
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This Christmas, a family member sent me a URL to a family Zoom call. However, they didn’t send me a direct link to Zoom. Instead, they sent me a “tinyurl.com” link. When I clicked on the link, my URL bar flashed an intermediate domain that was neither Zoom nor TinyURL.