Why Innovation And Imitation Aren't Mutually Exclusive

October 04, 2016

Like countless innovators before it, Facebook has repeatedly swallowed up competitors’ features and made them bigger, better, and more accessible to a larger audience. And in the end, it's more than just Facebook that benefits.

Here are the most innovative universities across the world in 2016

September 29, 2016

In the fast-changing world of science and technology, if you’re not innovating, you’re falling behind. That’s one of the key findings of The Reuters 100: The World’s Most Innovative Universities.

Innovation in Tech Evolves in New Ways

September 13, 2016

Early reviews of Apple Inc.’s new iPhone 7 were, in a word, "meh." Pundits praised the many improvements in the device, but a consensus emerged that Apple hadn’t given existing iPhone o

This country - not the U.S. - is the world leader for mobile apps and innovation

September 11, 2016

In truth, because of its isolation and historical background, China has developed a set of needs and wants that have shaped its online market into what it is today.

Should Innovation Be An Evolution Or Revolution?

September 06, 2016

One thing that has become apparent over those years of study is that the innovation imperative in the technology sector is increasing exponentially.

Innovation Lessons From Inside The US Government

September 01, 2016

The United States Digital Service  --  born after that team of Valley engineers rebooted a few years ago, celebrated just its secon

Here's Apple Inc.'s Next Big iPad Innovation

August 31, 2016

Bloomberg, citing "people familiar with the matter," recently revealed one of the major enhancements that Apple plans to deliver with its next-generation iPad devices.

Michigan is still driving auto innovation

August 31, 2016

Re: Kaitlyn Buss’s August 24 column “Ford stiffens Detroit, Silicon Valley competition”: Michigan might be facing strong competition in the rac

Trying to explain what's wrong with US productivity growth, again

August 31, 2016

Productivity growth, the key to rising living standards, has slowed across rich economies for a decade. And the American economy is no exception, with the annual growth rate averaging just 0.7% over the past five years vs. 2.3% in the postwar era.

China is set to lead new wave of innovation

August 30, 2016

Internationally, Chinese companies have a reputation for being copycats. Chinese factories, for instance, are known to be great at producing cheap, knock-off goods, but incapable of producing original products.


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