Tech Mavericks

John Foley, Peloton's founder and chief executive officer, discusses the company's business model and strategy with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology." 

In this special edition of MashTalk, Mashable met with Ring CEO Jamie Siminoff on the floor of CES 2019 to catch up with the company's latest release of products. 

On The Cutting Edge

CES 2019 was incredible.  The Biggest Tech show is full of the future including Ping Pong Playing Robots, 8K TVs, Foldable Phones, Laptops, Flexible OLEDs, Cameras and so smart home.  Thanks to Omron for sponsoring my journey:  More info here: 

Honda will be showcasing a variety of mobility, robotics, energy management, and connected concepts at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show 2019, which is set to kick off from January 8 to 11.  To start, the automaker will put on a real-world test of its new off-road prototype vehicle, called the Honda Autonomous Work Vehicle. It’s a new category of vehicle that combines Honda’s proven all-terrain vehicle (ATV) chassis with emerging advanced autonomous technology....

Traffic. Congestion. Pollution. Hours-long commutes. What if you could leave it all behind and trade it in for an environmentally friendly and energy-efficient personal copter—all without a pilot’s license?  This kind of future is the one that Matt Chasen and his team at Lift Aircraft are flying toward at full speed. Their octodecacopter is the dream many have been waiting for—a real flying car—and they hope to make it fully accessible in the near future.

From the Mind of Tech Titans

Nanosys CEO Jason Hartlove talks at Nanosys Silicon Valley headquarters, talks about how his company helped make Quantum Dots a success in the market, where it's going next. Topics include the story behind the development of the first quantum dot products, the quantum mechanics of how a quantum dot actually works, as well as a look at the long term roadmap for the technology from QDEF and QDOG to QDCC to QDEL displays of the future. 

When Tristan Walker decided to raise venture capital money for his new startup, a health and beauty company that makes products for people of color, the fact that he was running a tech company — not a retail company — was key. 

AMD CEO Lisa Su joins Fortune’s Michal Lev-Ram at CES 2019. 

Tech for women and mothers, with Willow CEO Naomi Kelman at CES 2019.

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Channel 1

Arguably one of most transformative pieces of technology in the modern era, the iPhone's development was fraught with engineering problems, drama, and extreme stress. Former employees share their stories from inside Apple 10 years ago. 

Channel 2

What was "glorious Technicolor?" It was a groundbreaking technology — but it was more than that, too. 

Channel 3

From Chandra X-Ray Space Telescope to Hong Kong International Airport  here are  12 of the World’s Most Insane Engineering Marvels. 

Channel 4

From the airplane to the DNA fingerprint, science, history and pop culture come under the spotlight in this thrilling chronicle of the 20th Century's greatest inventions. Go on a decade-by-decade voyage of discovery through life-changing inventions; like the radio that made the world smaller; the machine gun that made it more dangerous; or the parking meter that made it more expensive. Meet the brilliant, often quirky minds that brought the inventions to life.

Channel 5

In June 1957, at San Francisco's luxurious Clift Hotel, eight of the country's most talented young scientists and engineers assembled for a secret meeting. For the previous 14 months, they had been working together at Shockley Semiconductor Laboratory outside of Palo Alto, developing a technology that promised to be revolutionary. But in recent months, William Shockley, the head of the company and the mind behind that technology, had become increasingly erratic. 

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