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

[drop-letter]The business trends, innovations, events, people, and hashtags changing your life that you should know about—or know to avoid[/drop-letter] [overline color="#f0ab00"]Right Now[/overl

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

4-Jun-2018 | Danielle Beurteaux

[drop-letter]The business trends, innovations, events, people, and hashtags that are changing your life you should know about—or know to avoid.[/drop-letter] [overline color="#f0ab00"]Right Now[/

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