"The grandmaster of gaming and good old snakes is back!!!"
What were your early years like? Two things influenced me. First, I am a big reader. Since I was a kid, I have read a huge
We've been dreaming about virtual reality for a long time. So long, in fact, that some are skeptical that it's really here to stay.
"We're hosting over 100 VR exhibitors, including companies like HTC, Skullcandy, Google, Dolby, Envelop VR, MSI, Technicolor
As I have said in my previous posts, this point was underscored when an article appeared in the Business Section of the Los
When it comes to personal health, for people, it's not about the data itself or the doctor or a shiny-new-health-tech-thing
Since taking over the helm, Microsoft has beat sales and profit expectations. Windows 10 and other Microsoft product offerings
Anyone that has been watching Finland over the last few years knows that what started as one big disaster is turning into many opportunities that promise a bright future for this Nordic country.
Audi, BMW and Daimler bought Nokia Corp's HERE map business in August.
It's not just smartphones and fitness bracelets.
You hate the way it vibrates. It sits in your pocket, drumming up against you like a friend you don't know how to break up with. Bobbing up and down. An abscess. Churning against you. Everywhere you go.
Mobile gaming company Supercell had a reported income of 871 million euros, nearly 10 times that of Nokia.
According to the standard narrative, a big part of the success of the Finnish education system is the country's focus on math, science and technology education to prepare its students for 21st century jobs.
The proliferation of mobile phones and the findings above prove that there's never been a more opportune time for major mobile players to create business models designed for long-term social impact and business expansion. And someday the two will be inseparable.
The iconic device not too long ago defined ubiquitous, at least in the business world. Make no mistake: its legacy is alive and well. For my money, it is responsible for creating the expectation that we are always reachable, a problem that haunts us today.
As summertime rapidly approaches, many are looking for a vacation spot that is different, interesting, and safe. While not on most people's radar screen, Finland is the place I'd recommend.
(Reporting by Leila Abboud and Jussi Rosendahl; Editing by James Regan) The company will have about 114,000 employees and
In order to achieve these advances in technology, Silicon Valley -- and the world -- needs to continue to foster an environment centered on open innovation.
"The iPhone killed Nokia, and the iPad killed the paper industry, but we’ll make a comeback," Finnish Prime Minister Alexander
Nadella said he would address detailed organizational and financial issues for the company's new financial year, which started