The U.S. brain research company Emotiv has developed a brain-scanning device with precisely two electrodes, one for each ear. That's right, it looks like standard ear pods, and functions like them too. Olivier Oullier, the company's president, says…
This week Liz and Alrik talk to actor turned writer/director Alex Wolff about growing up in front of the camera and discovering himself as a writer/director as a teenager which lead him down a five year journey to get The Cat and The Moon made!
The New York Times
– Nov 15, 2019, 2:00 AM
Gina Gutierrez gets a lot of blank stares when explaining her start-up to people: It's called Dipsea, and it sells subscriptions to immersive, short-form audio erotica. Venture capitalists, though, get it. They want to capitalize on dual booms in…
Wall Street Journal
Kimberley A. Strassel
– Nov 14, 2019, 3:47 PM
Democrats have already lost their impeachment battle. That's the takeaway from Wednesday's first public hearing. What was meant to be a moment in history turned out to be business as usual. Democrats laid out their best case for removing Donald J.