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Cleanweb entrepreneurs come armed with computer skills, a profit motive, and a determination to solve environmental problems.
For a new generation of technology company founders, money is the easy part.
The Harvard innovation guru puts his money where the disruption is.
The lead designer of the Android user interface has the job of making Google’s mobile operating system desirable to consumers.
A telemedicine company brings $1 virtual checkups to poor countries.
During a recent tour, General Electric showed off a slew of manufacturing and production innovations aimed at staying competitive in one of its core businesses.
Cities are trying to tap into information generated by mobile phones, but that approach threatens to leave poor people behind.
The company halted its work on Wave, but aspects of its radical approach to communication have been reincarnated for business collaboration.
Mobile broadband services are becoming competitive with fixed data links—which means businesses should be able to cut their wired connections.
All this month, we’ll explore questions about how mobile computing will transform what companies do and how they do it.