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Digital manufacturing: The revolution will be virtualized

Digital manufacturing: The revolution will be virtualized

The digital revolution is now breaching the walls of manufacturing as it continues to disrupt…

Big data versus big congestion: Using information to improve transport

Big data versus big congestion: Using information to improve transport

Congestion—on the road, in the air, on the rails—wastes time, increases pollution, and is costly…

Disrupting beliefs: A new approach to business-model innovation

Disrupting beliefs: A new approach to business-model innovation

Let’s face it: business models are less durable than they used to be. The basic…

Implementing a citizen-centric approach to delivering government services

Implementing a citizen-centric approach to delivering government services

Delivering services to citizens is at the heart of what most government agencies do. Tasks…

How to separate learning myths from reality

How to separate learning myths from reality

Over the years, you have probably gained some insight into how your brain works. You…

Changing change management

Changing change management

Change management as it is traditionally applied is outdated. We know, for example, that 70…

Turning down the cost of utilities in retail

Turning down the cost of utilities in retail

Energy is the fourth largest in-store operating cost for US retailers (after labor, rent and…

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Digital manufacturing: The revolution will be virtualized

The digital revolution is now breaching the walls of manufacturing as it continues to disrupt media, finance, consumer products, healthcare, and other sectors. Indeed, the explosion in data and new computing capabilities—along with advances in other areas such as artificial intelligence, automation and robotics, additive technology, and human-machine interaction—are unleashing innovations that will change the…

Digital manufacturing: The revolution will be virtualized

Gigaom: Apple’s bad September and the dangers of yearly release cycles

In hindsight, the trouble began in 2012. That’s when Apple moved OS X to the same yearly release cycle as iOS. Since OS X has always been the Peter that Apple robbed to pay Paul (the iOS release cycle), I was concerned Apple would be writing checks it couldn’t cash. Later that year, iOS 6…

Gigaom: Apple’s bad September and the dangers of yearly release cycles

Frontback Is Back With A New Team

It’s a bit of an emotional rollercoaster for the Frontback community right now. On July 23, the company announced that it would shut down on August 15. But something unexpected happened. A new team is taking over at Frontback and the service will stay open after August 15. “It’s still very fresh news; things are…

Frontback Is Back With A New Team

Soylent Launches New Product With Soylent 2.0

Los Angeles-based Soylent, the startup which is looking to replace food and eating with an all-inclusive drink that contains 100 percent of the nutrients a human needs without the need for actually eating food, has rolled out a new version of its product it is calling “Soylent 2.0″. The unfortunately named startup–not to be confused…

Gigaom: Apple’s bad September and the dangers of yearly release cycles

In hindsight, the trouble began in 2012. That’s when Apple moved OS X to the same yearly release cycle as iOS. Since OS X has always been the Peter that Apple robbed to pay Paul (the iOS release cycle), I was concerned Apple would be writing checks it couldn’t cash. Later that year, iOS 6…

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Frontback Is Back With A New Team

It’s a bit of an emotional rollercoaster for the Frontback community right now. On July 23, the company announced that it would shut down on August 15. But something unexpected happened. A new team is taking over at Frontback and…

Battery Attributes Can Be Used To Track Web Users

A team of European security researchers has published a paper analyzing how the battery life of mobile devices…

Facebook Won’t Be An ISP, But Built An Internet-Shooting Drone For Carriers

Facebook today detailed plans for its solar-powered, laser-connected, Internet-beaming Aquila drones, but confirmed it’s not…

Fashion Startup Everlane Arrives On Mobile With An App Catering To Its Biggest Fans

Everlane, the fashion shopping site focused on selling high-quality apparel at lower prices than traditional…

Maybe There Doesn’t Need To Be An Apple Watch App For Everything

Should Apple be concerned that a number of popular app makers like Facebook, Google and…

Early Apple Designer Susan Kare Joins Pinterest’s Creative Team

Susan Kare, an early Apple designer behind some of the company’s early typefaces and icons,…

Editorial

Big data versus big congestion: Using information to improve transport

Congestion—on the road, in the air, on the rails—wastes time, increases pollution, and is costly…

Disrupting beliefs: A new approach to business-model innovation

Let’s face it: business models are less durable than they used to be. The basic…

Implementing a citizen-centric approach to delivering government services

Delivering services to citizens is at the heart of what most government agencies do. Tasks…

How to separate learning myths from reality

Over the years, you have probably gained some insight into how your brain works. You…

Changing change management

Change management as it is traditionally applied is outdated. We know, for example, that 70…

Digital manufacturing: The revolution will be virtualized

The digital revolution is now breaching the walls of manufacturing as it continues to disrupt media, finance, consumer products, healthcare, and other sectors. Indeed, the explosion in data and new computing capabilities—along with advances in other areas such as artificial…

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