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Measuring immigrants' impact on innovation
Chris Farrell says that immigrants can benefit the US economy in hard-to-quantify ways, such as innovation.
The transistor's story is one of innovation and immigration
Mohamed Atalla of Egypt and Dawon Kahng of Korea are responsible for the technology that helped harness the transistor's power.
Taking the transistor mainstream with music on the go
The transistor starts to shine when Texas Instruments asks Regency to make a radio for more mobile listening.
What does Nokia Bell Labs look like 75 years since the transistor's invention?
It's responsible for the transistor, information theory, pioneering satellite work and more.
Bell Labs: The research center behind the transistor, and so much more
Bell Labs was the research arm of AT&T, a monopoly at the time the transistor was invented.
75 years ago, the transistor ignited the fire of modern innovation
The transistor was born in 1947 at Bell Labs in New Jersey. We're looking into the culture of innovation that made it possible.
Could nuclear fusion solve the climate crisis?
A small British company says it is on track to decarbonize the economy with an abundant, safe and cheap source of energy — eventually.
Could new Texas anti-abortion law hamper high tech recruitment?
One Austin high tech entrepreneur said he's already hearing from potential workers who have questions about whether the state is a good cultural fit.
A tour of the remote-work industrial complex
The remote-work revolution has spawned an industry unto itself: remote-work consulting.
Mastercard is saying goodbye to the magnetic stripe
Credit-card changes are driven by security concerns, and it turns out that signature swipe has its own swath of problems.