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San Diego startup Veyo is using future-tech tools like big data and predictive software to deliver low-cost, non-emergency medical transportation for the economically disadvantaged.
So, how do you talk about a polarizing issue? How do you convince someone that the environment should be protected? That racial justice is important? That immigrants should be welcome? YouTube and Upworthy share how to navigate tricky topics on conversation and make your story go viral.
How do you bring “millions of jobs” back to the U.S.? That was President Trump’s signature question for 24 manufacturing leaders at a roundtable of experts at the White House. The CEOs offered their input about jobs, taxation, infrastructure and what should and shouldn’t be regulated by the feds.
According to a New York Times investigation, Uber engineers developed a software to identify and collect information on municipal officials who were attempting to monitor the ridesharing service.
Those who create the products and built environments of everyday life—from mechanical engineers to architects—have an important role to play by designing for climate change, argues Lynelle Cameron, CEO of the Autodesk Foundation.
A California startup claims it has a long-term solution to the trucking industry’s ongoing labor shortage woes: self-driving trucks that haul freight across the country with the aid of remote human drivers.
While science and technology are advancing, our efforts to close the global gender gap remain stalled. But companies can turn the tide by placing value on women workers.
The fuel cell EV of the future could sport a cluster of nanoscale sponges to store hydrogen more efficiently than typical compression systems.
Last week ExxonMobil quietly announced it would remove a significant portion of its Canadian tar sands oil holdings from the books. The move was, at least in part, a response to concerns about stranded assets. 3p’s RP Siegel takes a closer look.
Waymo, which develops self-driving cars for Google’s parent company, accused Uber of patent infringement, unfair competition and stealing trade secrets. Does the case have teeth?
Today’s tech-lovers want it all: smartphone batteries that last for days, electric vehicles that can cruise for hours on a single charge, and generally more perks and less inconvenience. But as battery developers strive to improve efficiency, safety must still remain priority No. 1.
The electronics giant tracked customers’ watching habits and sold that data for a profit, all without informing users, according to a recent investigation. The company was fined by the Federal Trade Commission, but the punishment seems paltry for the crime.