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Mark Anderson, Info-Tech Research Fellow and CEO of Strategic News Service™, writes the most accurate predictive reports covering the computing and communications industries. This weekly newsletter covers must-have information for strategy development and business technology planning.

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Q4 2015: The Christmas Quarter

I was tempted to write something more on China this week, given the effect of that nation's destabilizing economic situation on global equity markets; and in fact, it now...

​Undiagnosed: Why is the Future of Medicine Being Ignored?

This week's discussion combines the most advanced areas of medical discovery with the personal challenges that come with living just beyond the edge of today's medical...

The ERaCha Era: Living on the Edge of Radical Change

This rate of change is exponential, and for that reason, almost impossible for us to grasp. I thought it would be useful to first recognize this moment's importance, as...

Unlocking the Value in the Internet of Things Ecosystem

This week, as we complete our agenda for FiRe 2015, seemed a perfect time to publish Eric's and John's most recent FiRe conversation, perhaps more relevant now than ever,...

National Security

​I recently had the opportunity to listen and talk with many of the national leaders in defense, intelligence, and security, from the US and several of its key allies and...

Special Letter: Designing the Next Internets

Most informed telecoms engineers (and technically sophisticated Net users) have come to the conclusion that security on the Internet, as it's designed today, ranges from...

The Next FiRe

This week, Mark Anderson has picked a few key (non-biological) aspects to the FiRe conference that he thinks stand out as long-term threads in his report, and which are...

The Graphene Revolution: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

It seems as though hardly a week goes by without a new scientific discovery about graphene's growing list of electrical, chemical, and physical properties, and of their...

​The Perfect Union: Biology and Computing

In this week's discussion, we're going to look at how biology will inform computer design - and how compute systems will change biology.

Asia Letter, Q3 2015: Asia On The Move

In a week when the president's own party has turned against his most important geopolitical and economic project, the Trans Pacific Partnership, our Asia Editor Scott...
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