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Every Monday-Wednesday afternoon, Ashley Esqueda and Jeff Cannata deliver future tech news and then deep dive into their favorite topics on Thursday.
Sony's flagship e-reader, the Daily Edition PRS-950, is a capable, well-designed e-reader that offers both Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity--but at $300, it's too expensive.
We sit down with Matthew Arevalo to talk all things Loot Crate, including the company's expansion into more niche subscription boxes for gamers, anime fans and even your pets.
Jeff and Ashley deep dive into underground cargo tunnels, exoskeletons, and cultured meat. Also, they sit down with Loot Crate co-founder Matthew Arevalo, then test out the futuristic Altwork station.
Dutch police work alongside company that trains eagles to capture drones, and Swiss infrastructure could someday include an autonomous cargo tunnel.
Epic announces an upcoming virtual-reality component for its Unreal Editor, and a team at Wuhan University shows off its real-time adaptive camouflage system.
Anti-drone technology is already on the radar of most law enforcement agencies, but the Dutch National Police are testing an idea that's far cooler, and way more low-tech: Trained. Effing. Eagles.
We're torn on the issue of manmade meats. On one hand, sustainability is a huge problem facing future generations. On the other hand...would *you* eat a meatball made by science?
It's already about half the cost of its competitors, but if SuitX can achieve its goal price point (similar to the cost of an electric wheelchair), it might be a life-changing device for paraplegics.
On today's show: an exoskeleton aiming to someday compete with electric wheelchair prices, and Microsoft sheds more light on its underwater data center experiment.