The MIT Technology Review has recently released its list of the top companies from different fields of industry who have made impressive strides in its fields. The list showed companies who made dramatic developments in different fields, including engineering, agricultural technology, and the world wide Web.
New York, US-based machine-learning technology startup One Llama is developing a mobile app for smartphones and wearable devices that can alert users when danger is coming their way.
New York, US-based personal data exchange startup Datacoup is running a beta trial where people are paid $8 a month in exchange of access to their social media account and credit and debit card transactions, with the data collected to be sold to advertisers.
Germany-based car maker Audi is investing in Paris, France-based bio gasoline startup Global Bioenergies, which makes cheap gasoline from sugar, as part of an effort to decrease greenhouse gas emissions amid stricter regulations.
Two separate reports concluded that Wikipedia may shut down early if it does address the issues of its declining editor base and its bureaucratic system and guidelines.