No one would argue that touchscreens aren't the way of the future. In most cases. They make user interfaces that much intuitive. Without the ability to tap, swipe, and pinch, iPads and iPhones would not nearly resemble the useful consumer products we've come to appreciate.But when it comes to...
That Tesla's Model 3 will sell like hotcakes seems undeniably obvious.Apple-like line-ups formed early this morning (and overnight), with thousands across the country (and the world) lining up to plunk down $1,000 (at least here in the U.S.) to "pre-order" a car they have yet to see. Early word from those...
Planned Gigafactory could employ 6,500 and manufacture 500,000 electric gen III Tesla cars per year by 2020. Here's CEO Elon Musk's plans (6 page PDF).
Tesla notes that "more than 99 percent of Californians and 87 percent of Oregon and Washington owners are now within 200 miles of a Supercharger."
If wearable computing thing is the next big thing, then it would make sense for Apple to invest in technology to compete with the likes of Google Glass.
If I were working for the NY Post I might say 3 out of 4 CFOs say the economy will improve in 2012. However, probably best to draw your own conclusions.