In recent years, websites that allow anyone to teach a skill have grown in popularity. Before that, online universities and free class offerings opened the world of higher education to a much broader audience. But these aren’t the only...
Dallas has given rise to some well-known companies many of us have come to love (like 7-Eleven), and now they are bringing us high-tech projects that are influencing the modern world. Where they once filmed several scenes from Robocop,...
Tel Aviv, Israel, with its 300 days per year of beautiful sunshine and millions of sunbathers, is ripe with disruptive technology. Tel Aviv is filled with young people who are laid back yet always on-the-go and experiencing life to...
Chicago, the city of wintertime “dibs” and deep dish pizza also lays claim to some impressive innovation. Both artificial intelligence and Internet of Things companies hold firm ground in Chicago, but the city also has opportunities in big data...
via GIPHY London, the fashion-forward city that houses the remains of some of the world’s most prolific writers and philosophers, is also a bustling hub for technological disruption. These ten companies are among the most disruptive in all of London:   Elliptic  Elliptic...
Boston is the home of delicious New England clam chowder, The Pixies, frigid winters, and numerous disruptive tech companies. Although we can hope the hardcore punk scene is still alive and well in the city, we can be certain...
Singapore is a happy, young city-state with sunflowers in their airport, a diverse, rich culture, and a slew of companies with a penchant for technological disruption. The streets of Singapore feature companies using tech such as machine learning, blockchain,...
Philadelphia, widely known as the birthplace of the best cheesesteak we all know and love, flavored with Cheez Whiz. What many people don’t know is that the city has been home to many of America’s greatest firsts—first zoo, hospital,...
The drone industry has been booming with startups over the past couple years, and it makes sense why—the global market for drones is projected to be worth $127 billion by 2020.  In a recent industry insights infographic about predictions...
Military and defense operations, alongside intelligence operations, have driven technology forward in leaps through the ages. Everyone wants to stay ahead in order to protect themselves from the newest threat or to gain an advantage on the enemy. We’re...

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