Recycling electronics gets easier by grinding it down. Also: TVs, Taxis, VR. — FTN DAILY EDITION #151, Innovation & Technology
Paris considers futuristic water taxis.
So if you happen to be in Paris this time next year and notice one of these strange flying bugs whizzing past you on the river, do not be alarmed.
Virtual Reality is getting better and better.
We present a system enabling users to accurately catch a real ball while immersed in a virtual reality environment.
Finally! A TV that looks alright.
The Frame is a smart television that is designed to “disappear in the décor”
Inside the fight to dominate the self-driving car business.
At issue is a business that both companies believe will be worth hundreds of billions or even trillions of dollars a year.
Electronics crushed to fine dust can be easily recycled.
Specifically, they want to make the particles so small that separating different components is relatively simple compared with processes used to recycle electronic junk now.
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