Editorial

AMNOG revisited

AMNOG revisited

Until four years ago, Germany was one of very few Western countries where pharmaceutical companies…

Learning from Google’s digital culture

Learning from Google’s digital culture

For traditional companies, making the transition to thinking and acting digitally is easier said than…

Economic Conditions Snapshot, June 2015: McKinsey Global Survey results

Economic Conditions Snapshot, June 2015: McKinsey Global Survey results

Executives in emerging markets have grown less optimistic about the state of their home economies…

Thriving at scale

Thriving at scale

Gain full access to articles and reports, including those by McKinsey Quarterly and the McKinsey…

Novartis on digitizing medicine in an aging world

Novartis on digitizing medicine in an aging world

The global population is aging as life expectancy increases. That means not only is demand…

Lower oil prices but more renewables: What’s going on?

Lower oil prices but more renewables: What’s going on?

Not that long ago, the plunge in oil prices that has occurred over the past…

Getting the most from R&D teams

Getting the most from R&D teams

Companies struggle with decisions about the composition of teams of knowledge workers and how to…

SoCal Tech

AMNOG revisited

Until four years ago, Germany was one of very few Western countries where pharmaceutical companies remained free to set prices at the level they chose. As a result, drug prices were renowned for being as much as 26 percent higher than average prices across the EU. However, all this changed at the beginning of 2011.…

AMNOG revisited

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

Here’s How To Use Siri Commands On iOS Devices With HomeKit Accessories

The first HomeKit accessories launched earlier this month, just ahead of Apple’s WWDC event (at which Apple also announced new HomeKit features coming in iOS 9). Now, additions to Apple’s HomeKit support page tell users how to use Siri, the voice-powered assistant included on iOS devices, to control their HomeKit devices, including thermostats, smart outlets,…

Here’s How To Use Siri Commands On iOS Devices With HomeKit Accessories

Ixia Expands Board

Calabasas-based Ixia, which provides network and application performance testing hardware and software, said Tuesday that it has expanded its board of directors. The company said that Ilan Daskal, who is the Executive Vice President and CFO of Cepheid, will join the company and head up its audit committee. Daskal also has served as CFO of…

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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Here’s How To Use Siri Commands On iOS Devices With HomeKit Accessories

The first HomeKit accessories launched earlier this month, just ahead of Apple’s WWDC event (at which Apple also announced new HomeKit features coming in iOS 9). Now, additions to Apple’s HomeKit support page tell users how to use Siri, the…

Facebook’s Snapchatty New Photo Uploader Lets You Overlay Text And More

Face it. Your photos aren’t all that interesting. But Facebook’s going to help you jazz…

Taylor Swift Confirms 1989 Will Now Be On Apple Music

Taylor Swift has confirmed on Twitter that after Apple decided to pay artists for music…

Apple Bans Games And Apps Featuring The Confederate Flag [Update: Some Games Being Restored]

Apple has now joined a host of merchants in removing the Confederate flag from its platform…

Kindle’s Sharing Features Now Support Messaging Apps, Plus Web-Based Book Previews

Kindle e-book reader owners will now have a new way to socialize with their friends about…

Apple Watch Lands In Seven New Countries, Coming To Three More July 17

The Apple Watch is expanding beyond the launch group of countries today, shortly after the…

Editorial

Learning from Google’s digital culture

For traditional companies, making the transition to thinking and acting digitally is easier said than…

Economic Conditions Snapshot, June 2015: McKinsey Global Survey results

Executives in emerging markets have grown less optimistic about the state of their home economies…

Thriving at scale

Gain full access to articles and reports, including those by McKinsey Quarterly and the McKinsey…

Novartis on digitizing medicine in an aging world

The global population is aging as life expectancy increases. That means not only is demand…

Lower oil prices but more renewables: What’s going on?

Not that long ago, the plunge in oil prices that has occurred over the past…

AMNOG revisited

Until four years ago, Germany was one of very few Western countries where pharmaceutical companies remained free to set prices at the level they chose. As a result, drug prices were renowned for being as much as 26 percent higher…

SoCal Tech