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Bringing Blockchain to the Coffee Cup

Do you take your coffee with cream, sugar or blockchain?[more]


Opinion: Aviation Industry May Be Vulnerable to Cyberattack Through Its Global Supply Chain

In March, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Bureau of Investigation issued a troubling alert: Since the same month two years before, Russian state-sponsored hackers had been infiltrating the nation’s electricity grid and various infrastructure industries, including aviation,...[more]


The Dawn of Micromerch

When he was 13, Leo Mandella began posting photos of his street wear outfits to his Instagram account, @gullyguyleo, and with his sophisticated color sense, confident poses and baby face, he was a quick hit. His hundreds of posts earned him a follower count comfortably in the six figures, but still...[more]


DHL Expands U.S. Footprint Alongside Global Trade Growth

DHL has been expanding its locations around the world to keep up with growing e-commerce and international trade demand — and its most recent expansion in southern California has doubled its intake capacity in Ontario, the company says. [more]


Robot Managers: The Future of Work or a Step Too Far?

Robot Managers: The Future of Work or a Step Too Far?

First they took the factory jobs; next, robots are expected to replace mortgage brokers, paralegals, and accountants. It has always been assumed, however, that jobs requiring human interaction would remain safe.[more]


Bolt Threads Debuts New 'Leather' Made From Mushroom Roots

Bolt Threads Debuts New 'Leather' Made From Mushroom Roots

Materials innovation startup Bolt Threads introduced its second biomaterial today — a leather made from mycelium, the roots of a mushroom.[more]


Worldwide IoT Security Spending Will Reach $1.5Bn This Year, Gartner Says

Worldwide IoT Security Spending Will Reach $1.5Bn This Year, Gartner Says

Internet of things (IoT)-based attacks are already a reality. A recent CEB, now Gartner, survey found that nearly 20 percent of organizations observed at least one IoT-based attack in the past three years. To protect against those threats Gartner, Inc. forecasts that worldwide spending on IoT...[more]


Wrangler Shows Economic Benefits of Sustainable Cotton Farming

Wrangler analyzed dozens of scientific studies to show that sustainable cotton farming techniques improve crop yields and reduce costs while slashing greenhouse gas emissions.[more]


Coffee Shops Are Already Running Out of America's Newest Milk Craze

Coffee Shops Are Already Running Out of America's Newest Milk Craze

There’s a new plant milk in town, and it’s started such a craze that coffee shops across the country are struggling to keep up with demand.[more]


Liquid Nitrogen and Heat System Could Meet Emissions Rules for Shipping

Perryman Technologies is developing what it believes is the marine power source of the future — a source of powering marine engines that does not rely on combustion and does not result in any harmful emissions. [more]


World’s Largest Brewer Develops Greener Way to Put Bubbles in Beer

World’s Largest Brewer Develops Greener Way to Put Bubbles in Beer

The world’s largest brewer is rolling out what it claims is a greener way to put bubbles in beer and reduce its CO2 emissions by 5 percent.[more]


RIP Toys R Us: Why Grocery Stores Could Be the Salvation of Toy Makers

RIP Toys R Us: Why Grocery Stores Could Be the Salvation of Toy Makers

A Barbie by the broccoli? Hot Wheels by the hot sauce?[more]


Pizza Unchained: Tech Startup Slice Helps Local Pizzerias Get Online and Fight Back Against Domino's

Ilir Sela likes to call himself "third-generation pizza." A 38-year-old Albanian immigrant, his extended family has owned so many pizzerias he has trouble counting them all. So when he launched a business, in 2010, to offer independent pizzerias the technology to compete with the likes of Domino's,...[more]


Farmers Hit the Road to Reach Shoppers Before Amazon Does

Huge retailers like Walmart, Amazon and Peapod are fighting for a piece of the online food delivery business.[more]


Why Restaurants Are Jumping on the Food Delivery Bandwagon

As restaurant operators struggle to entice more people to eat out, they are increasingly turning to food delivery as a way to overcome stagnating traffic.[more]


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