Is Engine of Innovation in Danger of Stalling?
This is a special time for technology. Five of the world’s seven most valuable companies are U.S. tech firms. But the core innovations underlying Apple Inc., Alphabet Inc., Microsoft Corp., Amazon.com Inc. and Facebook Inc. are decades old.
America's Greatness Hinges on Strong Innovation Economy, Says ITIF
The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF) today released an open memo to President-elect Donald Trump and his transition team outlining actionable proposals that the new administration can acc
DIUx Should Continue Reporting to Pentagon Chief in Trump Administration, Director Says
Over the last year, the Defense Innovation Unit Experimental (DIUx) office has been at the core of Secretary of Defense Ash Carter’s push for greater innovation inside the Pentagon -- so much so that Carter has the unit reporting directly to his office to bypass the typical department bureaucracy
How China's Government Helps - and Hinders - Innovation
By all accounts, the Chinese state is on all-out drive to move the country up the technological ladder.
Trump Takes Aim at 'Made in China' as Factories Look to Innovate
Donald Trump wants to take on "Made in China'' to bring jobs back to America. But the battle is already becoming one of ideas as the Factory to the World ramps up research-and-development spending to become an innovator as well as assembler. China will overtake the U.S.
Trump Should Make American Manufacturing Great Again, and More Innovative Too
By and large the United States continues to export our intellectual property so foreign companies and subsidiaries around the world can engage in manufacturing instead of making things in America.
Carter: Ties to Tech, Innovation Communities Critical To DoD
The ties between the Defense Department and commercial technology and innovation keep the U.S. military agile as it meets today’s challenges and remains ready for the future, Defense Secretary Ash Carter said today.
Bias holds US back when it comes to innovation, ingenuity
Case, who spoke on the topic at the recent TEDx mid-Atlantic conference in Washington, D.C., says the reason money is not going to minority groups boils down to one thing: unconscious bias, or the act of unintentionally gravitating to those most like us.
US Never Short on Innovation, It's Short on Getting Support From Government
We are less competitive than Singapore? How can that be? The reason is that Singapore, like Switzerland, has much better free-market policies.
China surpasses US to be world's largest iOS app market
China has surpassed the United States to become the world's largest iOS app market in the third quarter, according to a report released on Thursday by App Annie, a US-based mobile analytics company.