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Regions around the world are competing to be the next centers of technological innovation. In a global map, we grade eight of them.
The technology industry’s most important legislative goal? It’s to let the foreigners stay.
Mike Lazaridis invented the BlackBerry. Now he wants to create an industry around quantum computing.
GitHub has created a social network where programmers get together and get work done without bosses, e-mails, or meetings.
Tony Hsieh believes the formula for innovation is more “collisions” and, occasionally, llamas.
Startup scenes are popping up in cities all over the world. Brad Feld is part of the reason.
Kai-Fu Lee trained an army of Chinese engineers at Microsoft and Google. Now they’re turning Beijing into a technology powerhouse.
Technology to track enemies powers Israel’s move into commercial prediction software.
For 50 years, the experts have tried to figure out what makes Silicon Valley tick. The answer is people.
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