In the United States, there is growing fear as Russia and China advance space technology. Navy Adm. Cecil Haney,* the head of command, suggested just this as noted in an article published by The Washington Post.
This article — which notably cites Pentagon officials — states that Russia, China, and other [Read more]
The attacks on the heart of the American economic and military power 14 years ago showed that, together with its gifts, the new era also brought new weapons for carrying out war.
Even if it is confident, Apple is taking a risk today. But when you are the richest company in the world, you have to take on new challenges.
The United States represents 83 percent of the market capitalization of digital companies, compared with Europe’s 2 percent. This excessive domination is yet another sign that our continent no longer has imperial ambitions.
We know that Google, Apple, Facebook and Amazon — GAFA — have succeeded Microsoft, [Read more]
Denis Coderre, Mayor of Montreal, is in California to position his city as “a leader recognized worldwide in the digital field as a SmartCity.” That’s a good thing.
But I would dare to ask a question: Why, during his time in Montreal, has Coderre's team done everything to block Uber, a technology that has [Read more]
From this point forward, it’s official: the American online video monster is landing in France on September 15. That evening, Netflix will organize a big Parisian party. The launching of this service, which allows you to see thousands of old films or exclusive series on your computer, tablet, smartphone or television [Read more]