Top Stories of the Day // May 18, 2015

Why Today’s Automobile Industry Looks A Lot Like IBM in 1985 |
The Humble QR Code Is Being Disrupted… And Going Dotless |
Giant Robots, A Motorized Rhinoceros And A Banana Piano – What We Loved At Maker Faire |
Why Is The University Still Here? |
LG’s G4 Flagship Smartphone Begins To Go On Sale Worldwide |
The First Trailer For Aaron Sorkin’s Steve Jobs Movie Feels Pretty Social Network-y |
Google Introduces Two New Sub-$250 Chromebooks In India |

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Today’s Top Stories // May 18, 2015

Why Today’s Automobile Industry Looks A Lot Like IBM in 1985

With the number of mobile phone subscriptions shortly expected to exceed the total global population, what is the next great connected device going to look… read more

The Humble QR Code Is Being Disrupted… And Going Dotless

Many in the West are still dumbfounded that QR codes are a thing. Well, heads-up, the humble QR code as you know it is being disrupted. At least that's… read more

Giant Robots, A Motorized Rhinoceros And A Banana Piano – What We Loved At Maker Faire

The tenth annual Maker Faire is in full swing this weekend in San Mateo, California, bringing out steampunks, robot enthusiasts, and little engineers in… read more

Why Is The University Still Here?

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LG’s G4 Flagship Smartphone Begins To Go On Sale Worldwide

LG revealed the G4, its newest flagship device, in April, and now the 5.5-inch screen device is rolling out for sale across the world. read more

The First Trailer For Aaron Sorkin’s Steve Jobs Movie Feels Pretty Social Network-y

Aaron Sorkin has been talking about his screenplay about Steve Jobs' life for several years now, and it's had a bumpy path to production — but now we've… read more

Google Introduces Two New Sub-$250 Chromebooks In India

Mobile is the big tech focus for India — with initiatives like Facebook's Internet.org and Google's Android One, to name but two — but that isn't stopping… read more

TOP VIDEOS

Gillmor Gang: Newspaper Taxis

 The Gillmor Gang — Robert Scoble, Frank Radice, John Taschek, Keith Teare, and Steve Gillmor. Recorded… read more

CrunchWeek: Reddit Goes Nice, Facebook’s Publishing Push, And Have You Heard Of Verizon?

 Happy Friday friends, and welcome back to another episode of CrunchWeek. This week, camped out on the fourth… read more

Mosaic Offers Color 3D Printing Using An Ingenious Automatic Mixing System

 Mosaic Manufacturing made waves a few weeks ago with the launch of the Palette, a system for printing multi-colored… read more

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