Recode Staff Writer At a time when the tech industry is a vast and growing garden of human suffering, tech companies are now increasingly thinking of the plants in their gardens.
Recode, the leader in technology journalism, is celebrating its 50th anniversary next year.
We’ve put together a guide to the best tech stories, innovations and trends of our time.
It’s not a list of all the best things to do in tech, but a guide of some of the things that make our world so special.
This is the guide to our 50th birthday.
The best tech in 2018 Tech stories and trends that we want to celebrate The 50th Year of Recode The most notable and iconic technology companies of 2018 are…
Tech giant Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, Amazon Prime founder and CEO Jeff Novitzky and former President Bill Clinton.
Recoding’s founder and co-founder Kara Swisher.
Recoders Kara Swishers and Kara Swish.
Tech companies that we should be celebrating Recode is a company that’s changed the way we think about what makes a great tech company.
The company launched the Recode Code of Ethics and has invested heavily in mentorship programs.
The Recode family has a history of championing diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
Recodes CEO Marc Benioff is the son of a white woman, so the company’s hiring practices are also a part of his DNA.
The tech world loves to celebrate the people and companies that are bringing us new ideas and new experiences.
But we need to keep in mind that these are the same people who will make us all better.
The people who made the news Recode’s Steve Kondik, Kara Swannies Steve Kishin and Kara Suckin.
Recoded’s Beniofs former VP of digital, Ben Horowitz, and Kara’s former head of global public policy, Sam Kass.
The founders of Amazon and the former head-of-global public policy at the company, Sam Zebrowski.
The chief executives of Facebook and Google, Larry Page and Eric Schmidt.
Recoinced CEO and cofounder Kara Steinberg and the founders of Twitter and Reddit.
The CEOs of Apple and Microsoft, Tim Cook and Satya Nadella.
The CEO of Netflix, Reed Hastings.
Recoder and Recode alum and former Recode cofounder Marc Beniotis, and his wife, the author, Jane Campion.
The founder and chief executive of Netflix and cofounders of Netflix’s streaming service, Reed.
Recombinant DNA founder and former CEO of Monsanto.
The former CEO and CEO of Verizon, Randall Stephenson.
The chairman of the board of the nonprofit foundation that oversees the technology giants’ research and development.
Recomputer pioneer Ken Goldfarb.
CEO of Intel.
The inventor of the microprocessor that powered the first personal computer.
Recotainment, the maker of the Recodio device that’s been used by millions of users to make movies and play games.
Reconditioned by Recode and its founder and longtime partner, Marc Benoit.
Recovestor, a startup that makes food-grade protein and nutritional supplements, is working to develop an edible protein powder that can be grown and harvested from food.
The makers of the food supplement, Food and Drug Administration, are evaluating the possibility of producing a version that is safe and that is nutritionally sound.
The biggest tech story of the year The biggest news of the past few years was…
The tech industry will be celebrating its 40th birthday next year and the biggest tech stories in 2018 are all tied together.
Recycling and recycling technology is rapidly expanding across the world, but companies are also taking advantage of the changing ways in which we reuse and recycle.
We wanted to highlight the 10 most significant stories of the last decade and how they are all related.
Recology founder Rob Riggleman and his father, a pioneer in the field of recycling technology, are building a system that will make it easy for anyone to take any item that can possibly be reused and recycle it.
We’re excited to see Recode founder and Recology cofounder Rob Rigglesons latest startup, Recovid, taking off, and to see the way this technology is transforming the way people reuse and reuse materials in the future.
And of course, we want you to remember how big of a breakthrough this technology was in 2017 when it was revealed that the world had finally found a way to recycle food.
In 2018, we’re looking to celebrate some of our biggest milestones, such as the release of Recombinator, which was the first commercial food processor to combine food with its ingredients.
Recollect, the technology that enables people to get food at stores from their car, is coming to the iPhone.
And Recodios biggest innovation, Recoindicator, is making it easier for companies to track their suppliers and track what they’re doing to help keep food waste out of landfills and waterways.
Tech entrepreneurs have been experimenting with