The iPhone 6 Supply chain [infographic]

Here is an interesting infographic by Comparecamp.com on the iPhone 6 Supply Chain Model.

Apple's Manufacturing Process: Compare How Much of iPhone Is Made In The USA

Created by: comparecamp.com Author: Alex

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The World in 2025 according to Thomson Reuters

logo report 2025

Here is an interesting report by Thomson Reuters on some new innovations expected around 2025.

 

The report is based on broad fields from scientific literature and patents were then merged and compared
to identify the most impactful areas. The following were the top areas identified:

• Disease Prevention & Control
• Medical Treatment
• Pharmaceutical Preparation
• Energy Solutions
• Digital Communications
• Multimedia Devices & Lighting
• Instrumentation (biotech)
• Physics (particle)
• Novel Materials (nano)
• Genetics (fundamental research)

From these areas and based on further  analysis of data in each field, their analysts were able to make the 10 predictions of
innovation in 2025.

You can download the report: World-2025_thomsonreuters2025.

 

Louis Rhéaume

Infocom Analysis

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Comparison Of iPhone 6 Innovative Features: Which Apple Smartphone Model Had The Most Improvements?

Here is an interesting infographic by Financesonline on the innovations from the different iPhone models.

apple iphone features

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Canada is in 12th position of the Global Innovation Index

 The Global Innovation index is co-published by Cornell University, INSEAD, and the World Intellectual Property Organization(WIPO, an agency of the United Nations, UN).

The core of the GII Report consists of a ranking of world economies’ innovation capabilities and results. Over the last seven years, the GII has established itself as a leading reference on innovation. Understanding in more detail the human aspects behind innovation is essential for the design of policies that help promote economic development and richer innovation-prone environments locally. Recognizing the key role of innovation as a driver of economic growth and prosperity, and the need for a broad horizontal vision of innovation applicable to developed and emerging economies, the GII includes indicators that go beyond the traditional measures of innovation such as the level of research and development.

Download the whole report here: http://www.globalinnovationindex.org/userfiles/file/reportpdf/GII-2014-v5.pdf

Louis Rhéaume

Infocom Analysis

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KPCB Internet Trends 2014

Here are the 2014 Internet Trends by Mary Meeker of Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers. One of the most important VC analyst in the world.

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Infocom Analysis
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Comparison of the Most Valuable Brands of 2014 (infographic)

list of most valuable brands

Brought to you by financesonline | David Adelman | See our Youtube

 

Louis Rhéaume

Infocom Analysis

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Fiction to Reality: Smart Tech Origin Stories (Infographic)

Here is an interesting infographic by 1800-number.com.  It’s entitled “Fiction to Reality: Smart Tech Origin Stories” and it covers the technology of some of the most well-known science fiction shows and novels and compares them with the real technology we have today.

TFF-M4-SmartTechOrigins

Louis Rhéaume

Infocom Analysis

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Big tech acquisitions from the biggest players (infographic)

Here is an interesting infographic by Financesonline.com : 

 

company-acquisitions-infographic

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Firms with corporate universities tend to outperform other firms

CU vs non CU stocks 2001-2010

According to a study by CorpU, a sample of 500 public firms with a corporate university outperformed the Russel 3000 index, on a 10 year period (2001-2011). Thus, firms with corporate universities had an average return of 26% versus 11% for other firms without a corporate university.

Louis Rhéaume
Editor, Infocom Analysis
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2013 State of the industry: US training and development [infographic]

Here is an interesting infographic on the US training and development industry. The sector had an important growth in 2013.

http://files.astd.org/Research/Infographics/2013_SOIR_Infographic.pdf

2013 training

2013_SOIR_Infographic

Louis Rhéaume
Editor, Infocom Analysis
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