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The tiny island nation of Singapore continues to make headlines with its ambitions to become the world's first smart nation.  It hosted the Smart Nations Innovation...

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You could certainly say that 2014 was the year of the Chinese tech company, but 2015 is shaping up to be even bigger. The country's...

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We've previously written about smart hardware platforms in China, most of which come from the big Chinese internet companies. They all want the newly...

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With a large number of already well-established retailers and credit card providers on board, Apple Pay’s future in the USA looks particularly promising. However, in other countries around the world where Apple isn't necessarily the technological leader, techies aren’t debating how Apple Pay could revolutionize the shopping experience; rather, they’re asking whether or not it will succeed at all.

Avegant Glyph

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Ann Arbor, Michigan based wearable technology startup Avegant today announced the beta consumer concept of its virtual retinal display called Glyph. The Glyph headset...

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China is good at copying is not news. Many Chinese firms prosper because they successfully emulate foreign firms’ products and business models. In fact,...

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Invited by NetEase, I was on stage with Chris Anderson, the long-time chief editor of Wired, the author of the popular book Long Tail...

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“Collaborative consumption” sounds newfangled and 2.0, but strictly speaking, the concept has been around for a long time. If you've ever rented a room,...