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CES Will Honor Your Innovation so Long as It Doesn’t Fuck

CES Will Honor Your Innovation so Long as It Doesn’t Fuck

At this year’s CES Innovation Awards—the consumer electronic show’s “annual competition honoring outstanding design and engineering in consumer technology products”—a sex toy company was selected as an honoree in the Robotics and Drone category, only to have their award swiftly rescinded by the organization’s administrators after they deemed it “immoral” and ineligible.The sex toy, Osé…
Xiaomi shows off foldable smartphone – ABS-CBN News

Xiaomi shows off foldable smartphone – ABS-CBN News

Excited to share this video of a special Xiaomi smartphone from our President and Co-founder Bin Lin. It is the world’s first ever double folding phone — that’s pretty cool, isn’t it? #xiaomi #foldingphone #technology pic.twitter.com/iBj0n3vIbW — Wang Xiang (@XiangW_) January 23, 2019 MANILA -- China's Xiaomi showed off its foldable smartphone, as smartphone makers…
Apply for a free ticket to Startup Battlefield Africa 2018

Apply for a free ticket to Startup Battlefield Africa 2018

Startup Battlefield Africa 2018 takes place in less than two weeks, and we have a classic good news/bad news situation to share with all you startup fans. First up, the bad news. We are completely sold out of our $10 tickets. And now for the good news (drum roll, please). We have a very limited…
A decade of dicks: How NSFW internet pics changed the world for the worse

A decade of dicks: How NSFW internet pics changed the world for the worse

Has Jeff Bezos' impressive exposure of Pecker finally broken the curse of Weiner?  Oh yes, we all laugh at the double entendres in the news that the Amazon founder has accused the National Enquirer's owner of blackmailing him over compromising selfies. But it's a grim gallows chuckle, because we live in the decade of the…
How we can encourage innovative solutions to poverty and inequality

How we can encourage innovative solutions to poverty and inequality

By Louise Lee5 minute ReadScience and technology research can make drastic improvements to health, education, and well-being, but far too few innovations are reaching people who need them most.Despite many advances, “we haven’t seen many large-scale applications to problems of the poor,” says Susan Athey, a professor of economics at Stanford Graduate School of Business.Athey…

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