• Sony anuncia el lanzamiento de la PlayStation 5 para finales de 2020

    Tokio – Sony tiene previsto lanzar su videoconsola de nueva generación, la PlayStation 5, para finales de 2020, anunció el 9 de octubre el responsable de la división de videojuegos de la compañía tecnológica japonesa, Jim Ryan. El CEO y presidente de Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) confirmó a través...
  • Sony announces the launch of the PlayStation 5 by end of 2020

    Tokyo – Sony plans to launch its next-generation video game console, the PlayStation 5, by the end of 2020, the head of the videogame division of Japanese technology company Jim Ryan announced on October 9. The CEO and president of Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) confirmed through his official blog...
  • Deepfakes 2.0: The Sequel Is Even Scarier

    Late last year, I wrote about deepfakes and how for about 200,000 years, we have relied on our eyes and ears to separate truth from lies and fact from fiction. Even if we ignore the rise of fake news, technology is on the verge of making it impossible to know if...
  • Battle for Mars: Planet Bezos, Planet Musk, Planet Branson, or Planet New America?

    On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong took “one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind,” becoming the first human being to walk on the moon. NASA reported to Congress that the Apollo program cost $25.4 billion ($176 billion in 2019 dollars). At the time, there were only...
  • Politicians Say, “Break Up Big Tech!” But What Would That Look Like?

      Techlash has been brewing for years. No one should be surprised that “Break up big tech!” is a major talking point for many 2020 presidential hopefuls. But how, exactly, would this be accomplished? And, what would the world look like in the aftermath? Let’s start with a few observable...
  • Uber and Lyft Are Doomed

      Autonomous vehicles (AVs) are about to dramatically change the world of on-demand car services. Viewed through that lens, Uber and Lyft’s current business models are doomed to fail. Think about this… Big IPOs Uber and Lyft, the two biggest US-based on-demand car service companies, went public this year....
  • GOOGLE’S ONE BILLION DOLLAR AFFORDABLE HOUSING INVESTMENT

    Google just announced this week that $1 billion will be allocated to address the need for ‘20,000 affordable housing units’ in the ‘San Francisco Bay Area, which includes the Greater San José Metropolitan Area (Silicon Valley). This announcement was made using a social media blog entitled, “Google Pledges $1...
  • California demanda detener la fusión entre Sprint y T-Mobile

    SACRAMENTO, California. – La fusión propuesta entre T-Mobile y Sprint tuvo un gran obstáculo el martes 11 de junio, cuando los fiscales generales de California, Nueva York y otros siete estados y el Distrito de Columbia presentaron una demanda para detener el acuerdo, citando cuestiones antimonopolio. Las dos compañías...
  • California Sues to Stop Merger Between Sprint, T-Mobile

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The proposed merger between T-Mobile and Sprint hit a big roadblock on Tuesday June 11, as state attorneys general from California, New York and seven other states and the District of Columbia sued to stop the deal, citing antitrust issues. The two companies provide wireless service to 13...

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