The K@W Network:
Behind every success Netflix has had, from its DVD-by-mail rental service business to video streaming to original series, a powerful analytics machine has laid the groundwork.
Google’s logo redesign is its biggest change in 16 years. But do logos really matter?
Does technological change increase labor productivity or does it affect all factors of production equally? New Wharton research shows that the truth is somewhere in the middle.
In the throes of a midlife crisis, Microsoft, which turned 40 this year, is making its boldest moves yet to prevent itself from fading into technological irrelevance.
A tiny economy geographically distant from China, Israel is counting on its innovative prowess to make itself strategically important to the Asian powerhouse.
N. Chandrasekaran, CEO of Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), talks about how his firm is navigating rapid technological change while remaining India’s most highly valued company.
Japan has the safest, most punctual high-speed rail system in the world, but the country is struggling to convince others to adopt its technology.
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Employees increasingly expect the user experience at work to be as user-friendly as software at home, so CIOs today must provide a better user experience.
Wearable fitness monitors are suddenly everywhere. But how accurately do they count our steps? And more important, how well do they help us overcome our own inertia?
China’s largest smartphone maker is launching its devices outside Asia for the first time. But will its formula of low prices and inventory scarcity work in other regions?