What is the “GPS of things,” and what does it mean for the future of warfare and commerce?
Here's what we're reading in the news:
Fast-forward 20 years in the United States. Landfills are becoming obsolete. Market-based incentives have been implemented at a large and harmonized scale. Companies no longer pay for trash collection; they get paid for their trash. Waste has intrinsic value as a resource.
The next evolution of the music industry is streaming. Can artists and record companies survive the shift?
The infamous Tommy-gun toting John Dillinger was once asked why he robbed banks. He responded, “Because that’s where the money is.”
The value locked up in highly regulated industries grows with very year. Startups are realizing there’s an opportunity in unlocking these markets, and their backers are looking to help.
The world has many people who chronicle the events of our lives but no one group of people writes more of the first page of history than reporters.