Japan may be ahead of the curve in dealing with the problems of an aging population and not enough babies, but it is not alone.
You wouldn’t think that Samsung would need any illicit assistance in competing against HTC: Samsung is the 800 lb. gorilla of the smartphone industry, controlling nearly a third of the global market, while HTC has suffered a dramatic plunge in its market share and stock price.
Two very different technology offerings were dropped on Thursday because of fears that the US and China might be trying to spy on the customers using them.
The hit summer single “Blurred Lines” melds a bouncy bass line, syncopated cowbell, and the silky falsetto of singer Robin Thicke into an R&B jam that channels the 1970s grooves of Marvin Gaye. But can an infectious party vibe be copyrighted?