I’ve selected several irresistible items from this year’s CES (consumer electromics show) that might and might not shift our PP curves.
- Airline Industry
- Developing Economies
- European Union
- Food and Drink
- Food and Entertainment
- Gender Issues
- Income Inequality
- income transparency
- International Trade
- Presidential Economics
- Presidential Election
- Weekly Roundup
Why We Want a Purple Tomato
Similar to all research and development, tomato innovation in the lab has produced a new antioxidant rich purple tomato.
Why a Starbucks Macchiato Is Like a Model-T Ford
Whether looking at coffee or cars, at Macchiatos or Model-T’s, producers care about taking fewer steps in the cafe and the factory.
What a Sound Says About the Economy
Listening to our city streets and even food noises, we can say that sound design provides clues about our economy.
The iPhone: What We Didn’t Know We Wanted
Discussing the impact of the iPhone on its 15th anniversary, its developers say there was a slew of unexpected results.
Should We Worry About Robots?
Considering the impact of robots, we can look at jobs and productivity in manufacturing and services businesses.
When a Chicken Is Like a Ford
While many of us are spending many extra dollars a month for the same groceries, the rotisserie chicken has remained cheap.
The New Technology Seen By Queen Elizabeth
During the 70 years of her monarchy, Queen Elizabeth witnessed technological change that ranged from washing machines to cell phones.
How (Fortnite’s) It’s Complicated Became Complicated
The backpack kid is one of several emote creators who sued Fortnite because they believe they have copyright protection of their moves.