World Energy Council Chairman Encourages Industry To Embrace New, Green Tech
“The energy industry is moving from a capital-intensive industry to a knowledge-based industry," says World Energy Council Chairman Younghoon David Kim. He foresees major shifts in the industry over the next few decades, as revealed in this exclusive interview.
A sorcerer by the name of Hunter Irving recently found a discarded child’s toy in a shop of horrors. Its visage was so terrifying it inspired him to create a machine that uses popular music to hypnotize humans while their souls are devoured. Okay, if I’m being rational, Irving actually found a knockoff Thomas the Train toy at a thrift store and turned it into a singing robot using an Arduino board and some DIY know-how. It’s a ridiculously cool project that ended up producing a robot that’s equal parts inviting and repulsive, like a Teddy Ruxpin meets Chucky mashup.… This story continues at The Next Web
Called RydeSEND, the service plans to leverage 60,000 drivers on the platform to facilitate P2P deliveries Ryde, the most well-known competitor to Grab in Singapore, announced today it plans to enter the last-mile logistics industry with a service called RydeSEND. It is set to be launched on September 3, 2018. The company claims to have […]
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