As recorded music formats repeatedly changed during the past 50 years, we saw the progress that creative destruction can create.
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Why We Talk With the Subway Fridge
Increasingly, and sometimes humorously, we are talking with bots as fast food AI percolates through our drive thru experience.
Why the EU Charger Mandate Is an Apple Problem
No longer waiting for electronics device makers to voluntarily create standardized chargers, the EU Parliament proceeded with a mandate.
When (Unintentionally) Alexa Boosts Music Revenue
After looking at the unintended consequences of New Jersey’s plastic bag ban, we can add to our list of surprises. This time, Alexa has the story. When Song Titles Matter Our story starts with a mom admitting that poop is…
What the OX Adds to Rwanda’s Cold Chain
Much more than an ice box, a refrigerator is a link in the cold chain that countries like Rwanda want to join.
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.
Where Have All of the Bank Robbers Gone?
Even looking at bank robbers, we see that technological innovation creates the changing job markets that wind up as structural unemployment.
The Sexist Side of Space Suits
Hoping to move away from its male dominated space suit history, NASA is looking to the private sector for designs that include women.