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Apple and Samsung, beware. Practically anyone can make a smartphone these days.
Suneet Singh Tuli, the man behind the ultracheap Aakash 2 tablet, says the West doesn’t understand mobile business in the developing world.
Smartphones are digital “Swiss Army knives” that do just about everything. Can the world’s leading GPS company survive?
The fortunes of the world’s largest social network depend on how much it can earn from mobile advertisements.
The search company is developing a computer in a pair of glasses. But why would anyone wear them?
Smartphones, tablets, and wireless data plans are already a trillion-dollar business. It’s just the beginning.
Amgen and Genzyme are pursuing disruptive ways of making biological drugs.
Imagine a factory where every product remembers how it was made.
The CEO of design software giant Autodesk says advances in computing are lowering manufacturing costs while making products better.
Corning developed a thin, flexible glass, but the real breakthrough was figuring out how to mass-produce it.