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317 – Digital Transportation

In last week’s blog post, I discussed how Amazon is impacting markets through digital transformation. Their easy online services and innovative technologies, including Amazon Go, make it difficult for large department and grocery stores to compete. However, there is one market Amazon has left untouched, and that is the transportation market. Over the past few […]

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Disruption Occurring in the Media and TV Industry

Throughout the entire semester, we’ve detailed the disruption of the media and television industry. From the rise of video giants like Blockbuster to their ultimate demise, we’ve seen how seemingly untouchable businesses can fall victim to disruption. The current landscape shows mainstream use of online streaming services. These platforms provide consumers with not only more […]

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History of the Smartwatch

History of the Smartwatch: First episode of a series called a Series of Disruption in and of Wearable Technology. When you have a second to watch this video, pay attention to the evolution of Smartwatches, and how it has not just been a desire recently to own a smartwatch…but since 1880. You will witness the 5 milestones to […]

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Legal Requirements for Innovation

In theory tissue engineering sounds like a great advancement for the healthcare industry, so what could possibly go wrong you may ask? Well like everything else in healthcare there is always some kind of risk that needs to be addressed.  Tissue engineering will eventually dissolve the need for organ transplants and in the process save millions […]

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