Danielle Beurteaux

Danielle Beurteaux

About Danielle Beurteaux

Danielle Beurteaux is a New York-based writer who covers business, technology, and philanthropy. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, Popular Mechanics, CNN, and Institutional Investor's Alpha, among other outlets.

Security Devices for the Digital Economy

16-May-2016 | Danielle Beurteaux

Home  Safe  Home As we advance toward a future where everything is connected, we grapple with increasing issues of security and privacy. Smart devices are predicted to reach 6.4 billion units this

How Does Globalization Affect Resources?

10-May-2016 | Danielle Beurteaux

How do our global and very interconnected markets effect resource volatility? The evidence points to increasing resource volatility as globalization grows, including in agricultural products. “Th

We’ll Soon 3-D Print Our Cars In Microfactories

9-May-2016 | Danielle Beurteaux

Henry Ford wouldn’t be happy. The car magnate’s model of mass production is on the verge of obsolescence. What will take its place? Microfactories. Microfactories are small manufacturing enviro

Would You Trade A Lower Phone Bill For Ads?

5-May-2016 | Danielle Beurteaux

How’s this for a deal: In exchange for ads and content being pushed to your phone, you get discounts on your bill and/or free data. That’s the business model of Australian telco startup Unlockd

Breathe Easier – The Technology Fighting Pollution

3-May-2016 | Danielle Beurteaux

If citizens of Beijing want some healthy air, they have to take matters into their own hands. At the end of last year, the city’s government announced the first red-level alert for air pollution, wh

Will This Site Create Your Career Path?

28-Apr-2016 | Danielle Beurteaux

LinkedIn is probably best known as a tool for established careerists to build networks and find their next job, i.e. social media for the corporate set. But the site has been trying to spread its appe

What It Will Take To Colonize Mars

27-Apr-2016 | Danielle Beurteaux

When SpaceX launched its Dragon capsule, it was full of supplies for the International Space Station (ISS). And one piece of cargo was the BEAM, an experimental habitat that’s being tested as a livi

How We’ll Fly – 6 Aviation Innovations

19-Apr-2016 | Danielle Beurteaux

The dream of flight is alive and well, and technology is changing everything from how we fly commercial to personal flight transportation. Here are six ways technology is being used to change aviation

IoT In The Kitchen – A Step Forward Or Back For Food?

13-Apr-2016 | Danielle Beurteaux

Samsung unveiled its newest smart refrigerator at last January’s CES, and it took mere moments for the jokes and incredulity to follow. Consumers might laugh, but investors are taking kitchen Intern

The Tesla 3 Broke Records, But You’ll Be Making Your Own Car Anyway

12-Apr-2016 | Danielle Beurteaux

The big automotive news in early April was, first that pre-orders were starting for the Tesla 3 on March 31, which was quickly overtaken by the news that pre-orders hit 325,000 within the week. This