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With more than 1 billion smartphones in consumers’ pockets at the beginning of 2013, mobile is driving a second Internet revolution that’s even more profound than the first one.
Mobile creates new value for consumers and businesses, alters cost …
Sosyal medya’nın siyasete etkisi enteresan ve bir o kadar da zor bir alan. Bu konuyu dile getiren ilk kişilerden birisi olarak, bugüne kadar incelediğim vakaların ve okuduğum analizler sayısız.
Öyle ki, bu konuda çekimleri 2011 yılında yapılan bir TV programına …
Social media and social networking are no longer in their infancy. Since the emergence of the first social media networks some two decades ago, social media has continued to evolve and offer consumers around the world new and meaningful ways …
When considering contributions of information and communication technologies to democratization process, two concepts have been emerging which are technological development of a country and usage of technology. That post aims to share the analyze of internet usage and level of democratization correlation.
The Internet began as a way of linking different computers over the phone network, but it now connects billions of users worldwide from wherever they happen to be via portable or fixed devices. People with no access to water, electricity or other services may have access to the Internet from their mobile phone. The Internet is a multi-billion dollar industry in its own right, but it is also a vital infrastructure for much of the world’s economy.
Ankara Kalkınma Ajansı‘nın hazırladığı 26 Kasım 2012 tarihli Silikon Vadisi Ziyareti ve Bilişim Ekosistemi Dünya Örnekleri raporu bence her girişimcinin okuması gereken önemli bilgiler barındırıyor.
Bir girişimcinin yaşamsal döngüsünde en çok sıkıntı çektiği aşama başlangıç ve erken aşamadır.
Bunun sebebi, sürdürülebilir ve yenilikçi bir iş planı yaratmanın ve bunu hayata geçirebilmenin riskli bir süreç olmasıdır.
Worldwide, more than eight-in-ten people identify with a religious group. A comprehensive demographic study of more than 230 countries and territories conducted by the Pew Research Center’s Forum on Religion & Public Life estimates that there are 5.8 billion religiously affiliated adults and children around the globe, representing 84% of the 2010 world population of 6.9 billion.
Europe has reached a critical tipping point. It faces either disintegration and collapse or a chance to achieve deeper integration and emerge much stronger from the current crisis. For the moment, the European project of integration is halted midstream: between the old collection of nation-states and full European political union. In the years to come, a multitude of scenarios and variations ranging from a disorderly collapse to a flamboyant “resurrection” are possible, many of which, with hindsight, will surprise us – possibly on the upside.
The gaps are examined in terms of their long-run trends, over the past decade for the economic indicators of unemployment, employment, vulnerability and segregation, and over the past two decades for the slower moving demographic and behavioural indicator of labour force participation.