Thomas Werner

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Steve Jobs interview: One-on-one in 1995

<i>In April of 1995, Steve Jobs, then head of NeXT Computer, was interviewed by the Computerworld Information Technology Awards Foundation, producers of</i> …

Google self-driving car: It may never actually happen.

A good technology demonstration so wows you with what the product can do that you might forget to ask about what it can't. Case in point: Google's …

Container shipping: the secretive industry crucial to our existence

The world of container shipping is crucial to our everyday existence, yet few people have any idea what happens on the high seas. In an extract from her new book, Rose George delves inside this fascinating and secretive industry<p>Friday. No sensible sailor goes to sea on the day of the Crucifixion, …

A World Without Car Crashes

Connected vehicles — the so-called "internet of cars" — could be the biggest transportation advance since the car itself.<p>ANN ARBOR, Mich.—"This curve here, you wouldn't think much of it," Debra Bezzina is saying, "but somebody was killed here two years ago, and they didn't even find him right …

Inside the New York Fed

Barely a year removed from the devastation of the 2008 financial crisis, the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York faced a crossroads. …

A Chinese Internet Giant Starts to Dream - MIT Technology Review

Punk bands from Blondie to the Ramones once played in Broadway Studios, an age-worn 95-year-old neoclassical building surrounded by strip clubs in …

Artificial Intelligence

M3D: 3D Printers, 3D Printing Filaments, 3D Printer Parts

THE INDUSTRY'S MOST EXCITING NEW PRODUCTS ARE HERE<p>We’re pushing the envelope of innovation and bringing several new technologies to consumers, …

The Human Factor

Airline pilots were once the heroes of the skies. Today, in the quest for safety, airplanes are meant to largely fly themselves. Which is why the 2009 crash of Air France Flight 447, which killed 228 people, remains so perplexing and significant. William Langewiesche explores how a series of small …