How bio-contributing materials are giving back to nature

  The development of ‘bio-contributing’ naturally derived materials looks set to be a game-changer in packaging innovation. But there are still challenges ahead. By guest author Josh Sims from the Raconteur Recent years have seen the packaging industry introduce a flurry of nature-derived innovations in sustainability – prawn-shell plastic bags, the repurposing of palm leaves, … More How bio-contributing materials are giving back to nature

What It Will Take for Augmented Reality to Become Our Reality

By guest author Joanna Stern from the Wall Street Journal Yet Peggy Johnson, chief executive of Magic Leap, can see it clearly. She doesn’t even have to put on the company’s high-tech headset. Ms. Johnson, who took over the reins of the embattled startup in 2020, sees a future where we put on augmented-reality glasses … More What It Will Take for Augmented Reality to Become Our Reality

You Need Two-Factor Authentication, but Some Types Are Safer Than Others

Security keys offer the highest level of protection, while authentication apps are more widely supported. Avoid text-message codes if you can. By guest author Nicole Nguyen from the Wall Street Journal. Cybercrime is way up and a strong password isn’t enough to protect your money, your work and your family. To protect your accounts from … More You Need Two-Factor Authentication, but Some Types Are Safer Than Others

Frédéric Arnault talks Tag Heuer, Web 3.0 and NFTs

The CEO of Tag Heuer and son of LVMH chairman and CEO Bernard Arnault believes the watch brand can surpass EUR 1 billion in annual sales. By guest author Laure Guilbault from Vogue Business. Frédéric Arnault, who became CEO of Tag Heuer in July 2020, has reversed the pandemic-induced decline in sales at the LVMH-owned … More Frédéric Arnault talks Tag Heuer, Web 3.0 and NFTs