What is quantum computing? Total product failures. Drones changing the world.
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Here are this week's top briefs.

What Is 5G? Understanding The Next-Gen Wireless System Set To Enable Our Connected Future
The next generation of wireless technology will offer new consumer and business applications, with near real-time connectivity.

$1B+ Market Map: The World’s 308 Unicorn Companies In One Infographic
Our market map highlights which markets boast the most private companies with billion-dollar valuations.

The Future Of Data Centers
With over 175 zettabytes of data expected by 2025, data centers will continue to play a vital role in the ingestion, computation, storage, and management of information.

Our Meatless Future: How The $90B Global Meat Market Gets Disrupted
Will a meatless food industry featuring lab-grown meat, seafood substitutes, and insect protein be the future of food? Food giants from Tyson to Cargill are working to navigate a future where protein isn't dominated by traditional animal sources.

38 Ways Drones Will Impact Society: From Fighting War To Forecasting Weather, UAVs Change Everything
UAVs are tackling everything from disease control to vacuuming up ocean waste to delivering pizza, and more.

What Is Quantum Computing?
Quantum computing is poised to upend entire industries from telecommunications and cybersecurity to advanced manufacturing, finance, medicine, and beyond — but few understand how quantum computers actually work.

 How Artificial Intelligence Could Speed Up Progress In Parkinson’s Disease Care
Parkinson’s disease, a neurodegenerative disease, has traditionally been difficult to treat. And we still don’t know what causes it. But AI may be able to speed up the treatment & diagnosis of the disease.

When Corporate Innovation Goes Bad — The 141 Biggest Product Failures Of All Time
From the DeLorean and New Coke to the Newton and Google Glass, here's a list of the biggest product flops from corporate giants.

 Where Auto Giants Are Placing Their Lidar Bets
Lidar has taken the automotive space by storm over the past few years. We map out where major players in the auto space are investing in the technology.

Here’s A List Of 57 Bankruptcies In The Retail Apocalypse And Why They Failed
Sears narrowly escaped liquidation after billionaire Edward Lampert's $5.3B offer to keep the retailer alive was accepted. But that might not be enough — the company is down to around 400 stores, and it continues to lose money. We take a look at how Sears and other retailers fell victim to the retail apocalypse.


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