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  • The Proliferation of Technology in Developing Countries

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    potatoes. During globalization 2.0, Friedman explains, the world shrunk from medium to small. Companies such as U.S. Steel, Ford Motor Company, Boeing, and I.B.M. spearheaded this era. Being first time movers, these businesses capitalized on new technologies and innovative processes which enabled them to become powerful and influential. They created new markets and reshaped the business landscape. U.S. Steel made it possible to efficiently mass produce high quality steel, Henry Ford invented the assembly

  • The Role Governments Had in Developing Technologies in the Asia Pacific Countries

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    considerable improvements in technology. Despite the 1997 Asian financial crisis that spared no member countries, their rapid economic growth grabbed the entire world attention (Hobday, 1995). The question is: has governments contributed in the emergence of Asian Pacific technologies? Using the Republic of Korea, Japan, Taiwan province of China, Singapore and Malaysia as comparative countries, this essay will focus on the role governments had in developing their technologies. We cannot deny that East

  • The Internet and Rapidly Developing Technology

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    The Internet and Rapidly Developing Technology The recent revolution of internet and dot-com boom has brought more people familiar to computers and the Internet. It seems like that we can hardly find our way through everyday life with out using or having an internet connected computer next to us. The way we think, live, and communicate was changed once for all with the invention of networked communication of computers. Computers are no longer a piece of machine that sits on top of our desk for

  • The Potential Effects of Developing Technology

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    Technology is a tool created by the human race to enhance its ability to learn and grow as a collective group. Humans taper these tools, created through technological process, to their uniquely specific needs. Technology, when used in a morally sound way, can have immense benefits that help a culture grow and develop effectively as demonstrated by the society in Aldous Huxley’s novel Brave New World; however technology can be a double edged sword in the sense that it has the power to destroy as

  • Technology Contribution of MNCs To Developing Countries

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    In recent economic climate the link between technology transfers and Foreign Direct Investment seems to be essential for the Multinational Corporations. The main objective of MNCs is to maximize its profits. This requires them to produce the goods and services at the lowest possible cost (fixed and variable) by exploiting the resources of the developing countries apart from their home country (Pool and Stamos 1990). The channels of international technology transfer and their importance of growth have

  • The Role of the Japanese in Developing New Technology

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    Role of the Japanese in Developing New Technology The character of industrial research and development went a dramatic change in the later parts in the 20th century. With most information about new research and technology being available on the public domain because of the nature of the market and legal constraints, the basic advantages of developing new fundamental technology was largely negated by companies, which had superior manufacturing and marketing technologies. This is because these companies

  • Technology Transfers: Developing Renewable Energy Sources

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    Technology Transfers: Putting Theory into Practice Climate change is an increasingly demanding issue as global population continues to grow, energy sources are being depleted and cooperation between actors to take action is often difficult to enforce. Renewable energy is a growing technology. With the depletion of fossil fuels as well as increased greenhouse gases in the atmosphere due to fossil fuel burning, energy dependency will have to shift to renewable technologies such as solar photovoltaic

  • Is the Military Developing Technology to Create Super Soldiers?

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    Is the military developing technology to create super soldiers?, For the past few decades our nation has awaited the answer to this question…and now they have it, the military is indeed developing technology to create soldiers to perform unimaginable feats of strength, speed, and endurance. Our nation has been speculating for years whether it was even possible to create super soldiers. With today’s advances in technology and all the creative minds out there we have come to the conclusion that super

  • Information and Communication Technology Will Not Reduce Poverty in Developing Countries

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    Poverty is a major problem in developing countries. This problem could cause less education, unemployment, low quality of health and lack of information among people. There are many ways to diminish poverty such as giving subsidies, reduced tax, free education and providing information and communication technology (ICT) for the poor. There are evidences that ICT such as mobile phone, computer and internet could be the solution to decrease poverty in poor countries because it could increase knowledge

  • Nothing is inevitable

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    The common train of thought in a majority of the world today is that technology just progresses and we accept it and let it change the world around us. Thus a consequent train of thought is that we have no choice but to accept the change in technology. Some people, however, see the lack of necessity for some technological advances. Take for example the iPod or the cell phone, some people are perfectly happy with their old music player, such as a Walkman, or their older non smartphone instead of giving