Innovation is not what it used to be. It’s no longer just a matter of coming up with a new product. It’s also about how you manufacture it—developing cloud-based control systems to run factories around the world where the product is made and harvesting economies of scale.
Over the last year, several network providers have launched 10 Gbps residential Internet services. But that’s just the first sign of a much larger network transformation.
Surveys reveal confidence in innovation and cooperation
London has joined forces with other European cities in a €25m programme to trial smart technologies that can improve the lives of citizens.
South Korea dominates the index, with Germany and Sweden taking silver and bronze
What do the former CEO of Goldman Sachs, President of ESPN and ABC Sports divisions, and the founder of Famous Amos Cookies all have in common? They began their careers in the mailroom.
Smart City Projects Have Increased Nearly 40 Percent since the Third Quarter of 2013, According to Navigant Research
Ingenuity in smart city offerings and partnerships are expected to help expand the industry, report finds
Switzerland rolled out its answer to Silicon Valley on Monday: a network of five technology parks designed to boost industry, science and technology across the country.
Global Research Findings & Insights January 2013
Disruptive labour market changes, including the rise of robots and artificial intelligence, will result in a net loss of 5.1 million jobs over the next five years in 15 leading countries, according to an analysis published in Davos on Monday.