Tesla to “turn on” automated cars this June (like, this June)

“All Teslas will get an over-the-air update this summer, probably around June, allowing them to drive in “Autopilot” mode… it seems Autopilot will be disabled when you’re not doing freeway driving, which is by far the easiest aspect of autonomous vehicle activity. Musk did confirm that the Autopilot mode would be “technically capable of driving […]

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How to Meerkat Infographic

Really excited to share this post our team at space150 worked up this week: Meerkat: Mobile Live Streaming Best Practices and the below infographic. Can’t wait to see how this kind of technology is adopted consumers, and then by the major social networking players. It has the potential to disrupt what we’ve thought of as […]

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The Atlantic: The Disruption Myth

Is disruption a myth? Is it a nice to have, a thing you’re supposed to do, or is it an innovative business driver? The Atlantic’s Justin Fox posits the question given the lack of significant market-changing technological leaps. I tend to believe people are more entrepreneurial than ever, but are focusing that spirit within existing […]

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Americans Now Trust Online News More Than TV, but the real news here is they don’t really trust any medium

It’s 2014 and according to Gallup’s long-running “confidence in news media” survey, Americans finally trust “news on the internet” more than they trust “television news.” Gallup released the new results on Thursday, which also show that Americans’ faith in all three major sources — internet, TV and newspapers — is at or tied with all-time […]

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