Tesla already makes cars, solar panels and roofs, and CEO Elon Musk also dabbles in space travel, so maybe it’s not that big of a stretch that he’s also looking to create a new streaming music service.According to music industry sources in the know who spoke with Recode, Musk has been chatting up major labels about licensing content …
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By FARHAD MANJOO - Wednesday Jun 21, 2017
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By Reuters - Friday Jul 7, 2017
The shortage of housing in California’s Silicon Valley has gotten so severe that Facebook on Friday proposed taking homebuilding into its own hands for the first time with a plan to construct 1,500 units near its headquarters. The growth of Facebook, Alphabet Inc’s Google and other tech companies has strained neighborhoods in the San Francisco...
- Waymo tests self-driving minivans in Death Valley
By David Curry - Wednesday Jul 19, 2017
Self-driving cars are going to be fitted with a whole lot of sensors, chips, and other electronics, so it makes sense to check that all of this works in extreme environments.That’s why Waymo sent its self-driving Chrysler Pacifica minivans to California’s Death Valley this summer, which has the highest recorded temperature in the world, at 134F.See Also: Google narrows case against Uber as court date nearsWaymo had already conducted “extensive tests” in an aerothermal wind tunnel prior to the trip, which is able to mimic extreme heat and cold. After almost a year of controlled...Read More
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- Middle America Is More Innovative Than A Lot Of America Thinks
By Ben Schiller - Tuesday Jun 27, 2017
Just because you don’t hear about them as much doesn’t mean there aren’t startups in places other than coastal cities–and they might be the companies best equipped to curb the excesses of startup culture.
In his book, The Third Wave: An Entrepreneur’s Vision of the Future, AOL co-founder Steve Case makes two big predictions. First, he says startups will increasingly take on challenges in healthcare, education, energy, and transportation that Silicon Valley overlooked in the past. And, second, that those startups won’t all come from San Francisco. The third wave will see a “rise of the rest,” Case writes, slowing the startup-creation dominance of the coasts in recent years. The Bay Area alone currently accounts for about 40% of U.S. venture capital investment.