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The 108-year-old automotive company is embracing the technologies, business tactics, and spirit of Silicon Valley.
The Nissan Leaf is the first all-electric car to try to connect to a mass market. Now Nissan is betting on a U.S. factory that can turn out 150,000 cars a year.
As our cars become networked—to the Internet and to one another—new trends in technology and society will redefine transportation. What’s certain: tomorrow’s automobiles will provide experiences that go well beyond driving.
A look at some of the innovations that went on to upend entire industries.
Improving the energy density of batteries is the key to mass-market electric vehicles.
J&J is seeding small, high-risk ventures through RedScript Ventures, a two-year-old accelerator program.
A small company is taking an unusual tack to produce cheaper wind energy.
The fast pace of technological change has inspired a new literary form: the memo that warns an entire company it must alter its course.
Infamous for failing to commercialize the technologies it invented, Xerox’s R&D subsidiary has a new strategy for innovation: make money.
The Harvard innovation guru puts his money where the disruption is.