Best Tech Stories around the web #240

This week: TCL’s new foldable and rollable concepts imagine a wild future of phones, NASA wants to transform urban aerial transportation, ancient dinosaur remains contain something that looks like DNA and SXSW Festival from March 13-22 in Austin, TX.


TCL’s new foldable and rollable concepts imagine a wild future of phones by

The first wave of foldable devices are here, and honestly they’ve tended to be a bit... disappointing. But even as hardware companies are still trying to get flexible displays right, TCL is already looking ahead with a pair of foldable and rollable prototypes that imagines what the future of phones could look like. Read more


NASA moves forward with 17 compagnies as part of bid to transform urban aerial transportation by

NASA and a clutch of startup and established companies are moving forward with plans to transform mobility in urban environments through the Urban Air Mobility Grand Challenge. Read more


Ancient Dinosaur Remains Contain Something That Looks And Acts Shockingly Like DNA by

A microscopic look at dinosaur cartilage from roughly 75 million years ago has turned up a cluster of exquisitely-preserved cells, and they just might contain something rather familiar. Read more



South by Southwest 2020 celebrates the convergence of the interactive, film, and music industries from March 13-22 in Austin, TX. More info