Editorial

Building a fast-moving digital enterprise

Building a fast-moving digital enterprise

Embedding digital capabilities within an organization involves more than adding technology in a piecemeal fashion—it…

Tokyo drift: How Japan can turn its aging workforce into an advantage

Tokyo drift: How Japan can turn its aging workforce into an advantage

Global fertility rates are dropping across North America, Western Europe, and East Asia, altering economic…

The global obesity threat

The global obesity threat

In 2010, humanity passed an important milestone. According to the Global Burden of Disease Study,…

The growth conundrum

The growth conundrum

The world faces a major dilemma. While rapid economic growth, such as that realized over…

Building the cities of the future with green districts

Building the cities of the future with green districts

At the current pace of urbanization, the world’s cities will add 65 million inhabitants a…

How Discovery keeps innovating

How Discovery keeps innovating

In 1992, Adrian Gore founded Discovery with an idea for a health-insurance model that would…

Incumbents as attackers: Brand-driven innovation

Incumbents as attackers: Brand-driven innovation

At a time of stagnating markets, technological disruption, and rapid changes in consumer behavior, where…

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Building a fast-moving digital enterprise

Embedding digital capabilities within an organization involves more than adding technology in a piecemeal fashion—it requires the company itself to become a digital engine. In this interview, McKinsey principal Edwin van Bommel explains what’s needed for companies to rapidly transform, how digitization has changed the customer relationship, and the single digital capability that matters most.…

Building a fast-moving digital enterprise

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

ATAP’s ‘Soli’ Radar-Based Gesture Control Could Be The Perfect Wearable Interface

Google’s ATAP Project Soli is an attempt to harness the power of hand and finger manipulation to make it easier to interact with ever-smaller devices and screens. It posits that instead of using tools, we should use our “hand motion vocabulary” to control devices, even when the devices aren’t present. What it does is let…

ATAP’s ‘Soli’ Radar-Based Gesture Control Could Be The Perfect Wearable Interface

TigerText Signs Chicago Customer

Santa Monica-based secure messaging app developer TigerText, which provides secured text messaging for the enterprise and healthcare markets, has signed up a customer in Chicago. TigerText said that Chicago Cardiology Institute (CCI), which treats cardiovascular disease in Illinois, has deployed the company’s secure messaging products as part of a HIPAA compliance effort. Financial impact 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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ATAP’s ‘Soli’ Radar-Based Gesture Control Could Be The Perfect Wearable Interface

Google’s ATAP Project Soli is an attempt to harness the power of hand and finger manipulation to make it easier to interact with ever-smaller devices and screens. It posits that instead of using tools, we should use our “hand motion…

Google’s Ara Modular Phone Takes A Real Photo From A Snap-In Camera

Google’s ATAP team showed a working version of its Project Ara modular smartphone on stage…

Follow Our Google I/O 2015 Keynote Live Blog May 28 At 9:30 AM PT

Google’s I/O developer conference for 2015 kicks off tomorrow, with a keynote that begins at…

Lenovo Launches Motorola’s Moto Maker Customization Suite In China

Lenovo re-introduced Motorola smartphones to China in January, and now it has launched the Moto…

Microsoft Doubles Down On Office For Android Tablets

Call it the robot bear hug. Microsoft announced today that its Android hardware manufacturer (OEM) program…

Facebook Tinkers With iPhone Design That Copies Path’s Flyout Buttons

Resistance is futile when it comes to Facebook. If your feature benefits the social network’s 1.44…

Editorial

Tokyo drift: How Japan can turn its aging workforce into an advantage

Global fertility rates are dropping across North America, Western Europe, and East Asia, altering economic…

The global obesity threat

In 2010, humanity passed an important milestone. According to the Global Burden of Disease Study,…

The growth conundrum

The world faces a major dilemma. While rapid economic growth, such as that realized over…

Building the cities of the future with green districts

At the current pace of urbanization, the world’s cities will add 65 million inhabitants a…

How Discovery keeps innovating

In 1992, Adrian Gore founded Discovery with an idea for a health-insurance model that would…

Building a fast-moving digital enterprise

Embedding digital capabilities within an organization involves more than adding technology in a piecemeal fashion—it requires the company itself to become a digital engine. In this interview, McKinsey principal Edwin van Bommel explains what’s needed for companies to rapidly transform,…

SoCal Tech