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Polymer competes with paper as a basis for the world’s banknotes. Canada is the latest country to embrace plastic currency.
New York is investing in financial startups to make sure technologists and new ideas stick around.
American Express built its brand around a material that’s going out of style. One word: plastic.
Cities hope systems that guide drivers to parking spots will reduce congestion and help downtown businesses.
BMW’s chief designer predicts that tomorrow’s cars will be controlled by voice commands, gestures, and touch screens.
Safaricom launches what it calls Africa’s largest cloud service to help fuel a Kenyan IT boom.
The CEO of Athenahealth is using cloud computing to make the complexities of health care less oppressive.
JP Rangaswami, chief scientist at Salesforce.com, explains why his company’s new tool for collaboration could pave the way for productive game-like interactions in the office.
Companies want to sell apps for set-top boxes, netbooks, and tablets, but they need help attracting exhausted developers.