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 and on Popular Mechanics, CNN, and Institutional Investor's Alpha, among other outlets.

Security Cred, Saving Face(s), Deep Fakeout

5-Dec-2018 | Danielle Beurteaux

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Oh, Behave!

12-Sep-2018 | Danielle Beurteaux

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Geek Glasses Redux, Guerrilla Net Neutrality, You (Not) on YouTube

4-Jun-2018 | Danielle Beurteaux

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Opportunity Matrix: A Pragmatic Guide to the Digital Revolution

21-Feb-2018 | Danielle Beurteaux

Sources: Unintended Crime, Gizmodo; Zombies, The Verge; Universal Translators, BBC; Security Alerts, Bleeping Computer; Movie Robots, Gizmodo; Imposters, Mashable and Mashable; Quantum Computing,

Disrupters: Devices for the Digital Economy, Mastering the Elements

21-Feb-2018 | Danielle Beurteaux

Image Credit: Skydrop Air Millions of people have taken to wearing face masks to protect themselves from air pollution, and no wonder: particulate matter from pollution—miniscule particles in th

Disrupters: Devices for the Digital Economy, The Digital Human

15-Nov-2017 | Danielle Beurteaux

Mind Mastery Where can digital gadgets take your mind? Good places, not just the dystopian worlds familiar to players of apocalyptic video games like The Last of Us or Left 4 Dead. Technology that le

Disrupters: Devices for the Digital Economy, Urban Environments

11-Sep-2017 | Danielle Beurteaux

Home Smart Home More people now live in cities than at any other time in history, and their number is predicted to increase: 66% of the world’s population will live in urban areas by 2050. To house

Devices for the Digital Economy: Frugal Innovation

10-May-2017 | Danielle Beurteaux

Basic Utilities Millions of people around the world still lack consistent access to the basics of modern life. They also lack resources to build conventional infrastructure in order to obtain essenti

Digital Devices to Enhance Nanotechnology

16-Jan-2017 | Danielle Beurteaux

Power As technology advances, so does the need for more powerful and efficient power sources that can keep up with computing demands while remaining scalable and inexpensive. New nanotechnology innov

Digital Devices to Enhance Children’s Education and Health

14-Nov-2016 | Danielle Beurteaux

Field Trips Without the Bus Technology is changing classrooms in incredible ways, creating experiences for today’s students that would have seemed impossible a mere generation ago. Interactive capa