Light ‘em up
Like dark fiber beneath the streets that merely needs to be “lit up”, the ubiquity of mobile means that there are vast, untapped networks out there just waiting to be lit up Beneath the streets of New York there are miles and miles of fiber optic cable.
What the web does best
At the heart of the competition between native apps and the web is a question: When can you tolerate the wait?
The Verge’s web sucks
TL;DR: Did you know that The Verge delivers you to around 20 companies for advertising & tracking purposes? I didn’t. That might foul up your web experience a little bit. Maybe we should try something different. So, I’ve been a big fan of The Verge, almost since day one.
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When your self-driving car crashes, you could still be the one who gets sued
In 1969, Milton Packin was pulled over for speeding on a New Jersey highway. He appealed the ticket, claiming that he wasn’t driving the car; it was the cruise control’s fault. The judge was neither convinced nor amused.