Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Coinbase is launching its own cryptocurrency index fund

When you’re the runaway leader in a growing industry, you typically have two opinions: A) Stay in your lane...

Serious quantum computers are finally here. What are we going to...

Inside a small laboratory in lush countryside about 50 miles north of New York City, an elaborate tangle of tubes and electronics dangles...

Condé Nast Traveler revamps its website and unveils 20 new city...

Travel websites get redesigned all the time, but you just need to visit the homepage to tell that the...

10 Breakthrough Technologies 2018 – MIT Technology Review

Every year since 2001 we’ve picked what we call the 10 Breakthrough Technologies. People often ask, what exactly do you mean by “breakthrough”?...

23andMe gets FDA green light for cancer risk test

Genetic testing powerhouse 23andMe announced today that it’s officially received the FDA go-ahead to launch a direct-to-consumer testing...

The Man Who Uncovered a New (Old) Way to Fight Cancer

One day last October, MIT biology professor Matthew Vander Heiden showed up in one of his trademark plaid shirts to teach his undergraduate...

Target is expanding its Drive Up curbside pickup service nationwide

Drive Up is Target’s latest attempt to blur the lines between online ordering and brick and mortar. Customers...

The GANfather: The man who’s given machines the gift of imagination

One night in 2014, Ian Goodfellow went drinking to celebrate with a fellow doctoral student who had just graduated. At Les 3 Brasseurs...

A tale of two startups with ‘superstore’ ambitions: Robinhood and Cadre

The buzzy startups Robinhood and Cadre are known for different things. Five-year-old Robinhood has established its reputation by...

Forecasts of genetic fate just got a lot more accurate

When Amit Khera explains how he predicts disease, the young cardiologist’s hands touch the air, arranging imaginary columns of people: 30,000 who have...
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