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IBM has found a new source of revenue: using its mathematicians’ formulas in business services.
The iPhone speech aid is boosting visits to search engines such as Yelp and Wolfram Alpha.
Peer-to-peer services that let strangers borrow your car could redefine auto ownership.
Nokia helped invent the cell-phone business, but those days of technology glory are long gone. Its new CTO has the job of creating the technologies and designs that will help the Finnish company regain its status as an innovation leader.
When too many companies outsource their manufacturing, the industrial ecosystem can suffer long-term consequences.
Wharton’s Customer Analytics Initiative tries to help companies make better sense of the data they’re sitting on.
A consultant and researcher says executives still don’t rely on data about their customers as often as they should.
In acquiring a maker of wireless education technology, News Corp. may help validate the market for assessment tools.
The Finnish phone giant fell behind the smart-phone wave. Now it is seeking a comeback.
The needs of players are helping to push advances from chip makers like Qualcomm and Nvidia.