Alessio Caprodossi

Alessio Caprodossi is a technology, sports, and lifestyle journalist. He navigates between three areas of expertise, telling stories, experiences, and innovations to understand how the world is shifting. You can follow him on Twitter (@alecap23) and Instagram (Alessio Caprodossi) to report projects and initiatives on startups, sustainability, digital nomads, and web3.

Samsung Mobile Galaxy Unpacked 2024: In a setting as evocative as the Louvre in Paris, Samsung unveiled its latest work of art. The play on words is useful to describe Unpacked 2024, the customary summer event where the Korean company

AI TV Series: Partly because of its ability to transform processes in various industries and partly because of the marketing that accompanies it, GenAI is now everywhere. Beyond IT and digital companies, the broad fields of art, entertainment, music, and

A step forward for Europe, which is counting on the Singapore company to catch up with Asia and the USA in chip production Silicon Box, a Singaporean company specialising in advanced semiconductor packaging and chiplet integration services, will build a chip

It is no longer the time for horse-drawn carriages because there are electric motors to replace them. A choice in line with the need to make cities more sustainable and, even more so, to safeguard the wellbeing of animals, which

The first was Apple for sustainability issues, followed a year later by Samsung (and Google with the Pixel), which, after mocking its rival, imitated its choice. It was the years 2020 and 2021 when the world was shocked by the

Thanks to IBM's watsonx, Empoli Football Club will get ahead of the others in young talent For months now, generative artificial intelligence has been at the centre of the debate, and not just on the technological side, because of its ability

Motorola Razr 50: Motorola stands out for its steady growth in several markets in a market struggling to find innovation to stave off a sales slump. It has done so by avoiding direct challenges to the strongest brands in the

Musk's outrageous salary forces: Tesla shareholders voted in favour of Elon Musk's compensation package, which originally amounted to $56 billion. A monstrous figure that caused tension and complications inside and outside the company. The plan had been approved in 2018

An easy-to-swallow robot pill that a doctor can guide to perform gastrointestinal examinations. This could be a revolution for patients and doctors, with obvious benefits for hospitals, which would relieve the need for expensive and time-consuming examinations. These effects could