In this weeks Tipping Point we see 3D printing at the nanoscale accelerate 1000 fold, Encryption comes under government threat world wide, Google finally starts to roll out their colorizing AI, the DJI Mavic Mini leaks, even US energy giants are talking up renewables and more!
This past week has been an explosion of tech with the new Surface Duo and Neo, Tesla's huge V10 software update, Skydio finally launching their second generation drone and more. We've also got great news with China shutting down huge amounts of coal plants, the OnePlus 7T going official and trials confirming that senolytics really works in humans.
What good is amazingly new and awesome technology like drones if you don't have anywhere to use it? That's exactly why we took to Germany's famed Black Forest region to drive, explore and most importantly fly!
This evening at a private event SpaceX CEO Elon Musk revealed their not-so-secret Starship Mark 1 design. On display behind him dwarfing their very first Falcon 1 rocket, the 50 metre high rocket looks like an absolute beast. If things run to schedule, Musk wants to have it fly to orbit in the next 6 months!
Some great future tech released this past week with a gorgeous, fully wrap around screen phone by Xiaomi, Impossible Foods meat is now on sale in stores, AI takes on Earthquakes, Boston Dynamics officially releases their Spot robot and a landmark change in transport with Daimler announcing they're stopping development of combustion engines.
Yes that's right. Taking delivery of one of the first Tesla Model 3's in Australia we drove away from our delivery appointment last Thursday in our own Batmobile. After a week of driving, playing, poking and learning I thought I'd give a few quick first impressions.
Climate Change is a big, huge, very serious issue that virtually everyone is now essentially numb to. But there's a growing problem I've seen more and more over the years in the general media, the idea that to "fight" or "solve" Climate Change we need some huge, outlandish Moonshot idea. That's rubbish.
There's been a lot of disruption that has occurred over the last two decades and even more that's happening now. So today we're looking at what the biggest disruptive technologies out there are and how they will change your future day to day life.
Tons of fantastic news this week with AI creating it's first drug, Facebook hilariously expecting people to trust it with a dating service, Australia's main grid hitting 41% renewables, heaps of new EVs released plus a new study showing for the first time in humans that ageing may be reversible! And more!
VW has finally, finally announced the production version of their brand new ID.3! They have been teasing and speaking about it for years now and they've even been advertising and hyping it in camouflage. Thankfully the wait is (mostly) over and we now know a lot more solid details about it.
Honda has announced the production version of their brand new Honda e electric vehicle. Like many other car makers they have been teasing and slowly releasing details over the past year but now they're showing off the production version at the Frankfurt Auto Show.
Tesla has just released the first details on what Model 3 accessories and upgrades will be available here in Australia. In an online brochure they not only outlined what will be released here but for how much too.
So you've ordered or already have your sweet Tesla. Then you realise that you need a USB drive solution for it. Maybe you want to store 100 GB of (legal) music on it, maybe you want to use Sentry Mode or the Dashcam features? Either way you're going to need a good, proper solution so read on!
Currently there are thousands of Australians that are eagerly waiting to receive their new Tesla Model 3's all over the country. So what can you expect on the delivery day? What will come or not come with your Model 3? After a lot of poking around and pestering Tesla we got some interesting answers.
The future of transport is electric that much is clear, but what will happen to today's legacy car manufacturers? Will they thrive? Will they be pushed aside, go bankrupt or something else?