Why Apple failed in India — and how it can start innovating again

Apple’s iPhone sales in India are expected to have fallen dramatically this year to two million, from three million phones ...

Why Trump’s trade war could be the tipping point for American manufacturing

When Western companies moved manufacturing to China, it was all about minimizing costs. China was a developing country with labor ...

The AI Wars Have Not Even Begun

To gauge by the news headlines, it would be easy to believe that artificial intelligence (AI) is about to take ...

How clean energy can be India’s saviour

As evidenced by the fall of the rupee and the widening account deficit, India’s dependence on oil has left it ...

What the world shouldn’t learn from Silicon Valley

Learn all you can from the entrepreneurs of Silicon Valley but don’t become like them. This was my advice to ...

Facebook and WhatsApp aren’t just flawed — they’re downright dangerous

Facebook’s woes are spreading globally, first from the U.S., then to Europe and now in Asia. A landmark study by ...

Dear Elon: Ask Apple or Google to acquire Tesla

Steve Jobs wanted to build an electric car as far back as 2008. In 2014, current Apple CEO Tim Cook ...

How technology is hacking love—as well as our happiness

Go into any bar in New York City or San Francisco (or increasingly Mumbai and Sydney) popular with the younger ...

Workplace technology is as addictive as a casino’s slot machine — and makes us less productive

Many of us are addicted to social media. Whether it be Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, or Twitter, the technologies’ creators have ...

How Design Can Make Tech Products Less Addictive

It’s the summer of 2018, the summer of Fortnite, and we all know we are addicted. Addicted to email, Snapchat, Instagram, Fortnite, Facebook ...
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