Internet giants are quietly entering the New Space sector, bringing their weight and brutal methods. Expect casualties. This is episode 4 of our series on New Space.

Series on New Space, Episode 3

SpaceX is assembling its giant Starship rocket at an incredible pace. Here are some clues on how it does it.

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Series onNew Space, episode 2

Space is more accessible than ever. Any country can now consider having its own program. But strategies vary widely from one nation to another, as ego, politics, and nationalism get in the way. This is episode 2 of our series on New Space (ep.1 is here)

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The number of probes against the tech giants is growing fast. So far, none of them have led to profound structural changes.

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The vast majority of news sites or apps are filled with flaws that make the experience painful. Many are easy to fix.

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A Monday Note Series on the New Space

Loft Orbital wants to develop a space infrastructure that will have the flexibility of ground-based cloud services. Last Wednesday, the US-French startup put its two first satellites in orbit.

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The way cars will be manufactured and operated will lead to unprecedented control by their creators over features and the lifespan of vehicles. How wisely will brands use this power? This is episode 8 of our series.

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The all-out offensive against Big Tech might be justified — at least to some extent — but the outdated modus operandi of antitrust is a recipe for a failure.

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