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50 years on from the space race between the USA and Russia, we are seeing a new kind of space race. Elon Musk, Richard Branson, and Jeff Bezos, are all racing to see who will conquer the new space industry. In this episode, we take a look at this new space race.
 
When Yuri Gagarin became the first human in space in his spacecraft, Vostok 1, he was one of the most famous people on earth. The lesser known stories of his demise and the brains behind the technical feat are the subject of this podcast.
 
Imagine a world where the government tracks your every move, text, email, and social media post. A government that not only knows all of your deepest darkest secrets, but controls every almost every aspect of your life through surveillance. This Orwellian scenario is a reality for hundreds of millions of Chinese people who have accepted Big Brother…
 
Is one of the biggest companies in the world merely a front for the Chinese government to spy on other countries, or is it a legitimate technology company with aspirations to become the next Apple? In this episode of ColdFusion we'll take a look at Huwaei, a Chinese corporation that has become technological titan powering the communications network…
 
In this episode of ColdFusion, we take a look at the Enron story. This US Energy company was once the darling of Wall Street thanks to its aggressive business tactics and powerful connections to two US Presidents. But the rosy picture painted by the company’s CEO was a facade that ended costing the American people over $60-billion. The company’s im…
 
Sex, Violence, Money and Controversy, lots and lots of controversy. This is the story of Rockstar Games. A company started by two maverick brothers that revolutionized the video game industry and raked in billions of dollars with games like Grand Theft Auto.
 
Most tech billionaires achieve success early in their lives. Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, and Steve Jobs were all in their early 20s when they founded their companies. But the founder of the Chinese behometh Alibaba had a totally different route to success. Jack Ma started Alibaba while in his mid thirties after a string of failed businesses and se…
 
One of the men responsible for the biggest corporate fraud in history is on a quest to make a comeback and he's got Wall Street investors lined up to help him make a dramatic return to the business world. Who would want to work with a felon convicted of corporate fraud? And what type of business can this man be a part of considering he was barred f…
 
A car battery that lasts over 1-million miles? That's what Tesla CEO Elon Musk is claiming his company has just created. In a world where the average car averages only 150,000 miles before it becomes too expensive to operate, the creation of a million-mile battery would revolutionize automotive transportation and efficiency. Is this bold new claim …
 
Millions of tons of plastic wastes are dumped into the environment every, year polluting our oceans and even invading our bodies. The amount of plastic humans eat every year is rising at an alarming rate as the ubiqiutous packaging material is now even found in snow that turns into our drinking water. Plastic can take hundreds, or even thousands of…
 
The iPhone was initially a product that the majority of Apple's executive team, including Steve Jobs, didn't want to develop or see a need for. The revolutionary device had the odds stacked against it from the very beginning. What could go wrong did go wrong— everything from faulty computer processors to attempts from Apple's own management team to…
 
BlackBerry once dominated the smartphone market with its slick software and amazing hardware. It seemed as if this Canadian company was poised to dominate the smart phone market forever until a computer company named Apple came along and revolutionized the way people communicate and access the internet with the iPhone. How could BlackBerry have bee…
 
In this episode of ColdFusion we look at a new technological breath through that may be the key to reversing climate change and finally make the transition from fossil fuels to electric an economic reality. What's behind this new breakthrough? Carbon Dioxide. That's right! The most significant contributor to climate change may also be the key to re…
 
In this episode of ColdFusion we look at how a struggling digital animation company spun off from Lucasfilm, revolutionised how films were animated, almost put Disney's animation division out of business, brought apple co-founder Steve Jobs to the brink of bankruptcy, and barely avoided imploding. WTF Podcast Toy Story 2 Links Apple Spotify Google …
 
WeWork was supposed to be one of the biggest IPO's in history. The startup headed by a charismatic entrepreneur was at one time valued at almost $100-billion. But cracks started to appear in the company's facade as soon as it announced plans to become public. The rosy picture that CEO Adam Neumann had been painting to Wall Street looked more like a…
 
In this episode of ColdFusion, we look at six CEO's who made the worst tech predictions and suffered devestating consequences. We'll touch on business blunders like Steve Ballmer saying that the iPhone was going to be a flop and Blockbuster turning down the chance to buy Netflix for a measly $50-million.…
 
A Wallstreet insider perpetrated the biggest Ponzi scheme in history. Bernie Madoff rocked financial institutions around the world to their very cores when it was revealed that the former head of the NASDAQ, a man who was an architect of the how many of the stock exchanges around the world operate, stole over $65-billion from his clients. How did t…
 
We take a look at Elon Musk's Neuralink and how the billionaire founder of Space-X and Tesla says the device will revolutionize the treatment of brain related illnesses and diseases. But is this new technology ethical? Will it allow humans to become cyber organisms with computers implanted into our bodies, and if that is where the technology is hea…
 
America's opioid crisis has had the biggest and most dramatic effect on a the Sackler family. No, it didn't kill anyone within the family. Instead, it made them billions. In this episode of ColdFusion we take a look at how one family's greed and lust for money caused one of the United States greatest health epidemics, killing over two-hundred thous…
 
Facebook is dying, but why? In this episode of ColdFusion we take a look at why the social media monolith is heading in the same direction as MySpace, and how the company and its business tactics are tearing apart the social fabric of society, making people unhappy, and addicting people at an alarming rate.…
 
We take a look at the Dark Web in this episode of ColdFusion and find that this digital version of the Wild Wild West is home to a booming drug trade known as the Silk Road, dangerous hitmen, and a treasure trove of data containing your personal information. Find out how the American government helped create the Dark Web and why its existence is es…
 
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