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
The Energy Department’s Advanced Research Projects Agency for Energy has become a lightning rod for critics of federal economic stimulus efforts.
With little to show so far from government investments, and with private sector investment starting to level off, it’s time to ask whether cleantech has already had its moment in the sun.
Tracking the hottest industry startups and gauging their chances for success
By midyear, fabless chip startup MicroGen Systems Inc. plans to announce a foundry manufacturing deal for its microelectromechanical system-based piezoelectric vibrational energy harvesting technology, a move that could result in product shipments by the end of 2012.
Crunching the numbers and discerning trends on varied segments of the global electronics industry
Today’s health care providers are under immense pressure to improve the quality of care, lower costs and provide quick compliance with regulatory requirements. Many providers have realized that mobile technology can help them meet those expectations efficiently and cost-effectively.
We identify and dissect the up-and-comers, the established firms hitting their stride, and the companies in crisis
Ted Tewksbury, a veteran analog engineer, joined IDT as CEO on April Fool’s Day in 2008. Since then, he has become the primary architect of IDT's new strategy that was undertaken without anyone’s “really noticing it,” during a period of economic upheaval.
The new management at Advanced Micro Devices has correctly recognized that 2012 is the beginning of what Intel’s Andy Grove used to call an inflection point.
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