Changing business models and emerging technology/market segments that could impact your business
Jeff Greason had it made at Intel Corp. He was being groomed for senior management and making a pile of money. But he chucked it all to pursue his dream of building space ships that will again send humans to explore the solar system.
A critic questions whether commercial aerospace companies can build safe, reliable rockets and spacecraft. The consequences of a failure will be deadly, he warns.
A lively roundup of what we've heard on the street and what it means for you
Surveying the landscape of both critical and non-traditional industry segments
Intel and Microsoft are rolling out separate mobile strategies with broad implications for system, chip and software vendors. Separate developer conferences illustrate the breach forming between the long-time partners.
Tracking the hottest industry startups and gauging their chances for success
Oxford Photovoltaics has secured about $1 million in seed funding to commercialize dye-sensitized solar cell technology. The low-cost solar approach could be used to glaze entire buildings in solar collectors.
Crunching the numbers and discerning trends on varied segments of the global electronics industry
Single-function devices once dominated the mobile phone market. Huge technological gains made in the short have changed the very idea of the mobile phone.
We identify and dissect the up-and-comers, the established firms hitting their stride, and the companies in crisis
It’s been five years since NXP Semiconductors separated from Philips Electronics, embarking on a journey to deliver a hefty return for the private equity consortium. The trek thus far hasn’t exactly been a straight line.
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