The lag of German car manufacturers in the development of an operating system seems to be growing at an alarming rate, writes Bernd Maier-Leppla.
Intellectueel eigendomsrecht is er voor iedereen, dus waarom lijkt één partij dit zo veel handiger aan te pakken dan de rest?
Germans are "unfamiliar" with digital. This is particularly true of German OEMs. Columnist Bernd Maier-Leppla explains why this is problematic.
A digital twin, a real-time digital replica of a physical device or a process, can help design products, shorten innovation cycles and minimize environmental impact, Helen Kardan states in her column.
For the production of the new iPhone, Apple uses chips from the latest ASML chip machines
It was only a matter of time before the war over the standardization in healthcare would start. Of course, over the past few years tremendous […]
In a weekly column, written alternately by Maarten Steinbuch, Mary Fiers, Carlo van de Weijer, Lucien Engelen, Tessie Hartjes and Auke Hoekstra, Innovation Origins tries […]
In a weekly column, alternately written by Lucien Engelen, Mary Fiers, Maarten Steinbuch, Carlo van de Weijer, and Tessie Hartjes, E52 tries to find out […]
In a weekly column, alternately written by Lucien Engelen, Maarten Steinbuch, Carlo van de Weijer, and Tessie Hartjes, E52 tries to find out what the […]
ZENS, market leader in the field of wireless charging, today introduces wireless chargers for Apple iPhone 6/6S and Apple Watch. ZENS-ceo Erik Plasmans: “With the […]
Today Apple will announce the launch of their iOS-9 operating system, which according to Apple’s recent statements has an improved security. This raises the question whether […]