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Innovation: Made in U.S.A.

Italian entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley: Timbuktu founders Cavallo (l.) and Favilli Why is it that groundbreaking, world-changing products so often originate in the United States? I’d argue the case of Aereo vs. Old-School Television provides

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Razer Sharp

And if the big PC makers were a little more nimble on their toes, this amped-up, slimmed down Windows laptop should never even have come to market, Tan told me in an interview for Ubergizmo.com.

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Zeros and Ones

How’s this for irony? The machine we invented to help us better manage the complexities of human life has somehow turned things around and is remaking our human world in its own image. More and

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Futurist Paul Saffo in front of an ATM

The Future of Money

The moment of truth for any analyst and forecaster comes when looking back: five years on, how true or false do your predictions turn out to be? Well, kudos to Paul Saffo, Managing Director of

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The Third Industrial Revolution

What happens when cleantech meets peer-to-peer and the sharing economy? Imagine if we’d all have solar panels on the roofs of our homes, companies had green buildings, perhaps their own wind parks, and the electric

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