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There's an App For That (in Myanmar)
June 02, 2015

There's an App For That (in Myanmar)

By Poppy McPherson
Emerging from years of censorship to capitalize on growing demand for local apps, developers jump straight to mobile.
The Problem With China's Patents
March 03, 2015

The Problem With China's Patents

By Greg Austin
Setting up a national innovations system is not easy for China.

The One Thing WWI Analogies Get Right
February 01, 2014

The One Thing WWI Analogies Get Right

By Robert Farley
One of the few things that pre-World War I Europe and modern Asia have in common is that most actors are unfamiliar with war.

Is Technology Eroding America’s Military Edge?
January 17, 2014

Is Technology Eroding America’s Military Edge?

By Zachary Keck
Plus, Senator Rand Paul makes the case for diplomacy. Weekend links.

A Big Day for the X-47B
May 08, 2013

A Big Day for the X-47B

American military planners are concerned about operating in A2/AD environments. Could the X47-B part of the solution?

Boeing X-51A WaveRider Reaches Mach 5.1
May 07, 2013

Boeing X-51A WaveRider Reaches Mach 5.1

Even as sequestration cuts into the U.S. military’s budget, new tech continues to roll out.

Smartphone Clash: HTC One vs. iPhone 5
May 03, 2013

Smartphone Clash: HTC One vs. iPhone 5

Can HTC’s latest smartphone win over loyal Apple users?

What Modern Militaries Can Learn From Battlestar Galactica
May 03, 2013

What Modern Militaries Can Learn From Battlestar Galactica

“Sometimes revolutionary innovation delivers; it often doesn’t.”

Survey: 66 Percent of WeChat Users Will Not Pay For Service
May 01, 2013

Survey: 66 Percent of WeChat Users Will Not Pay For Service

Users are unwilling to pay for the popular mobile messaging service WeChat, a new survey has found.

Forget the Samsung Galaxy S4: Enter Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini
April 30, 2013

Forget the Samsung Galaxy S4: Enter Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini

Can’t afford the Samsung Galaxy S4? Don’t worry, a scaled back version is coming…

Returning to the Land or Turning Toward the Sea? India’s Role in America’s Pivot
April 28, 2013

Returning to the Land or Turning Toward the Sea? India’s Role in America’s Pivot

China is pushing the U.S. and India closer. Are they focusing on the wrong set of challenges?

Nearly 2 Million 3G Subscribers in North Korea
April 27, 2013

Nearly 2 Million 3G Subscribers in North Korea

The amount of users on Pyongyang’s state sanctioned 3G network has nearly doubled since February 2012.

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