Ultimate Vehicles showcases the best ever vehicles built by man. The six episodes feature the most incredible civil and military aircraft, breath-taking tanks, spectacular ships and trains and the ultimate vehicles on four wheels. Each episode will feature six of the most extravagant vehicles in the world, discussing technical details and the history behind these extraordinary means of transportation. Available September 2017.
Everyone knows heavy haulage – large parts are transported on big trucks with yellow warning lights. However, that’s nothing compared to these ‘mega transports’; heavier, larger, more complicated and more unusual. Available October 2017.
In the Best of Bloomberg Technology, Anchor Caroline Hyde covers the month in tech with interviews and technology news highlights.
Silicon Valley may be home to some of the biggest tech giants in the world but it’s being challenged like never before. Crazy tech geniuses have popped up all over the planet making things that will blow your mind.
Using Bloomberg experts and prominent global thinkers, this new six part series ‘Forward Thinking’ will help make sense of the global problems of tomorrow. In this first episode, we ask how will Artificial Intelligence change the world?
Bloomberg Technology’s Emily Chang sits down with the biggest influencers in technology – to find out who they are, how they got there, and where they’re going. In this episode, former Microsoft Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer discusses why he didn’t want Microsoft to buy Salesforce.
Despite services like google maps, there are still black spots on the worldwide map.This film explains the high-tech surveillance of our planet in scientific, commercial, social and military areas – and illustrates how our lives are currently being changed by the new opportunities. Also available in German.