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A disruptive innovation can help create a new market and value network, or disrupt an existing market and value network by displacing an earlier technology. The term is used to describe innovations that improve a product or service in ways that the m...
When Taylor Swift sings that famous song, “What to wear”, she sings of our never-ending fascination with wearables. Luckily, the near future holds greater promises of better and smarter wearables than her plain simple blue jeans and Abercrombie T-shi...
Some old fashioned people like me prefer local bazaars over the sprawling malls that have suddenly sprung up all over the place. The mall culture is something that spells convenience of the superlative degree. However, it lacks the colors, traditio...
There is much hype about the “Internet of Things”. The idea of an interconnected continuum of devices/objects/things in general emerged with RFID technology and this concept has been extended to the current vision that envisages a plethora of heter...
The speed, variety and enormity of new ideas are making technology innovation