On a sunny Saturday morning in New York a few months ago, a group of 50 start-up founders gathered in the dank basement of a Lower East Side bar. They scribbled notes at long tables, sipping coffee and LaCroix while a stack of pizza boxes emanated the odor of hot garlic.
The US space agency is working on the most fiery and crucial stage of its Double Asteroid Redirection Test, DART. The experiment will be the latest in NASA’s mission to protect Earth from deadly asteroid strikes.
I distinctly recall walking into an Apple Store several years back with some broken headphones. This was the age before AirPods, even before EarPods; I had bought those fancy (well, relatively expensive) Apple In-Ear Headphones.
The results are in. Actually, they’re not in. And that was a major problem yesterday for Apple. You see, the company had to do something they almost never do. They had to revise their earnings guidance.¹ Downward. The stock was halted. Yikes.
In a new a16z podcast with the venture firm’s founders Marc Andreessen and Ben Horowitz, there’s a lot to enjoy, from Andreessen’s TV show recommendations to Horowitz’s secret to excellent barbecue. (It’s pretty much just “time,” as you might imagine.)
HAMPTON — The immune system is a marvel, working to keep the organs in the body healthy. Until recently, though, scientists thought the immune system was less proactive with one particular organ — the brain, or central nervous system.
Today we are revising our guidance for Apple’s fiscal 2019 first quarter, which ended on December 29. We now expect the following:
“The simplest definition of a blockchain is a technology that allows for something digital to exist in only one place.
Depending on how paranoid you are, this research from Stanford and Google will be either terrifying or fascinating.
The reign of flesh-colored Band-Aids may soon be disrupted. Researchers have revealed a new high-tech competitor that might just revolutionize the healing industry: a self-powered bandage that generates an electric field over a boo-boo.
Billionaire Elon Musk has revealed plans for a spaceship that could ferry up to 100 people to Mars. The SpaceX boss posted images on Twitter of the “test hopper” prototype that is currently under construction in Texas.
Five people who buy into your mission are better than a hundred people who don’t. This applies to clients, to personnel you’re hiring, to partners you’re going into business with, to allies you’re bringing in to a project. There is strength in numbers but there is also weakness.
In 2012, one day after the launch of Apple Maps, CEO Tim Cook posted an open letter on the company’s website. But farther down in the letter was something that would change the fate of a small Israeli startup known as Waze forever: suggestions for better map apps.
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Discover the web design trends, techniques, and tools that will define website and digital product design in 2019 — and beyond. Designers have an … anxious … relationship with the idea of trends.
While we know a lot about what practices stimulate new ideas and creative solutions, most innovation teams struggle to realize their benefits. People’s intrinsic biases and behavioral habits inhibit the exercise of the imagination and protect unspoken assumptions about what will or will not work.
USA Today contributor Jennifer Jolly shows us some absolutely genius ‘re-uses’ for an that old iPhone that you have lying around the house. USA TODAY The new iPhones are almost here, which means that the older iPhone in your pocket is probably not looking as fresh and fun as it once did.
There is no sign saying “Welcome to Outer Space” when a ship such as Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo arrives at its edge, as it reportedly did on Thursday. The atmosphere doesn’t abruptly end, but thins out gradually. The craft’s maximum altitude of 51.
As legacy news companies suffered tremors over the past decade, money from venture capitalists poured into upstarts that promised to leverage a keener understanding of online reading habits to create a giant-killing class of new media ventures. Today, the money is starting to dry up.