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How Cars Learn to Drive Themselves

Autonomous cars are only as good as the human drivers they learn from — so the people who teach these systems how to drive need to be excellent...

Will Foldable Screens Save Smartphones?

Smartphone sales are declining, and the pace of innovation is slowing. Manufacturers are scrambling to find new ways to conjure up excitement....

Running the Business of You: A Guide to the Gig Economy

For some people, freelancing is synonymous with freedom, but there is a lot of instability that comes with the gig economy. On this episode of Good...

Can 10-Year-Old Sky Brown Save the Olympics?

Olympics organizers are hoping skateboarding prodigy Sky Brown will help lure younger viewers to the Tokyo Games in 2020. Read more on...

What is Causing Protests in Hong Kong?

Hong Kong’s government is attempting to pass a law that would for the first time allow extraditions to mainland China. The proposal has caused...

No, Renting Isn't Throwing Your Money Away

Home ownership is part of the stereotypical American Dream. Renting the place you live in has traditionally had a less romantic connotation. On...

DJI's Robot War-Games on Wheels

DJI's RoboMaster S1 is the drone maker's first ever ground-based robot. It's a toaster-sized device that people can build at home and turn into a...

How to Build an Esports Empire

Telecom titan Comcast is investing $50M dollars in a new esports stadium located in the center of the Philadelphia sports complex. But that’s just...

China's Vision of a Censored Internet is Spreading

China is offering a new version of the internet. This new vision combines sweeping content curbs with uncompromising data controls. It’s called...

Kiss Your Car Goodbye

Drivers are already ditching their cars because of apps like Uber. Imagine what happens when driverless cars hit the roads. Bloomberg QuickTake...

The Shrink Next Door

The Shrink Next Door is currently the #1 podcast on the Apple Podcasts app! Click the links below or find it wherever you usually listen to...

Julian Assange's Long Road to Prison

Julian Assange rose from a post-college hacker to launching WikiLeaks, and in so doing became one of the most notorious and influential people in...

The People's Republic of The Future

When it comes to technology, Shenzhen may well be the most fascinating city in the world. It makes the majority of our electronics. It clones the...

U.S. Banks Are Terrified of Chinese Payment Apps

If mobile payment apps became as popular in the U.S. as they are in China, banks would lose a projected $43 billion in revenue annually. Bloomberg...