Virgin Galactic showed off models of WhiteKnightTwo and SpaceShipTwo.
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Can Starbucks employ lean manufacturing techniques used by fast-food rivals without becoming a fast-food joint itself? Starbucks is trying to deploy "lean thinking" used in Toyota's production system. There are even Mr. Potato Head assembly drills.
Amazon Go has had a big splash, but now it's time to ponder the big picture and what it means for business, innovation and automation.
Technology managers are mired in mediocrity, wait for technology vendors to innovate and fear being a first mover. The result: The U.
Developed nations spend $1,270 per capita per year to boost research and development and knowledge. But the returns are minimal.
The space agency is hoping technologies such as 3D printers can lower the cost of space hardware.
At the AlwaysOn GoingGreen conference in Sausalito, Calif., Steve Jurvetson of Draper Fisher Jurvetson describes the acceleration of computer and genetic technology through Moore's law, and then outlines nature-inspired methods for building nanotech.
At the AlwaysOn GoingGreen conference in Sausalito, Calif., Ira Ehrenpreis of Technology Partners discusses the current market landscape for clean-tech investing.
ZDNet correspondent Sumi Das talks to me about whether IT managers will continue putting capital behind green tech if the economy continues to slow down. I add that there is currently too much "green" marketing in the tech industry, and question the effectiveness of those campaigns.
Have you ever held back innovation because of information security concerns? Apparently more than a few technology executives are repeatedly gun shy.