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A Wired acabou de publicar a lista das 40 'Top' em Tecnologia e Inovação. A Apple voltou para o 1o lugar:

Last year: 3
As the world moves toward open standards, the last true believer in closed systems refuses to capitulate. Funny thing: No one is asking Apple to change. That's because the computermaker turned consumer electronics powerhouse has made a virtue of proprietary control, consistently delivering quality and flair. The company sold 8.2 million iPods in 2004, and iTunes accounted for 70 percent of legal music downloads, leading to exceptional revenue and profit in Q4. With such a foothold in music, can an assault on TV be far behind?
Challenge: Woo enterprise users who still dismiss the Valley darling. As a Dell spokesperson scoffs, "Is it innovation if no one buys it?"
Opportunity: Build on the iPod/iTunes strategy. How about an Apple video camera that adds value to Final Cut Pro?

As outras são: Google, Samsung Electronics,, Yahoo!, Electronic Arts, Genentech, Toyota, Infosys Technologies, eBay, SAP, Pixar, Cisco, IBM, Netflix, Dell, General Electric, Medtronic, Intel,, Vodafone, Flextronics, EMC, Nvidia, Jetblue, FedEx, Monsanto, Microsoft, Nokia, Costco, Comcast, Pfizer, Li &Fung, Taiwan Semiconductor, Gen-probe, Citigroup, L-3 Communications, Ameritrade, Exelon, BP.

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