What Sony’s PlayStation 4 ‘end-of-life’ means for PSVR and PSVR 2
ANALYSIS: When Sony executive John Tsuyoshi Kodera told investors this week that the PlayStation 4 is entering the “final phase of its life cycle,” there were two ways to parse the news. You could disbelieve it — it’s a mistake, an overstatement, or likely to change — or assume that Sony was dead serious and already planning for the […]
“The purpose of launching Taiwan Tech Arena is to help Taiwanese startups gain more visibility in global markets.” Taiwan’s Ministry of Science and Technology launched an incubator program this month to help domestic startups find business overseas. The ministry formally created Taiwan Tech Arena, the government’s first incubator, to foster “a vibrant international tech startup ecosystem in […]
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GUEST: In Minnesota, you probably know someone who works for Best Buy, UnitedHealth, Target, or the other local Fortune 500 companies. But these were startups once, and they're deeply invested in the success of their home state. Larger corporations are an asset to startups, as they provide critical on-ramps for entrepreneurs.
What inspired you to start The Ocean Cleanup? Besides for The Ocean Cleanup, what other projects in the field are you excited about? What can we do in our everyday to help the planet? Ask all this and more to Ocean Cleanup Project’s Boyan Slat. Boyan Slat is the founder and CEO of The Ocean Cleanup, a foundation that develops advanced systems to rid oceans of plastic around the world. He studied Aerospace Engineering at TU Delft before dropping out in 2013. Boyan then developed a system that harnesses the ocean currents to concentrate plastics, reducing the time it would… This story continues at The Next Web