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Hack & Craft Insights present a rundown of eight technology hotspots, strategic topics, and things to watch out for this year.


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Blue Planet II: New technologies give a completely fresh perspective on life beneath the waves
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Four years in the making, with footage drawn from 6,000 hours on 125 expeditions from 39 countries, Blue Planet finally returned to our screens this month. 16 years since the original Blue Planet, the sequel goes deeper still, using innovative technology to reveal more marine worlds and aquatic habits from the depths of Antarctica to the vibrancy of the Coral Reef.


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The unconventional startup – Atheist shoes
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When you think of startups, what are the first words that come into your head? I bet there's something techy in the first three words you think of. Well, this is one Berlin startup that is bucking that trend. Atheist Shoes is, as you might expect, a shoe company, dedicated to selling beautifully soft leather shoes and boots. Founder David Bonney tells us about how the startup has been going against traditional wisdom and trends, and what he's learned from endeavouring to make things with his hands rather than his head.