U.S. Loses Its Technological Edge

April 6, 2007  •  From theTrumpet.com

Two recent reports, one from the World Economic Forum and one from Duke University, show that an ongoing trend of the United States being marginalized in the technical arena has gotten worse.

The World Economic Forum reported that the U.S. is no longer number one in information technology integration. More surprising, Uncle Sam slipped from first place all the way to seventh place. Other countries have more successfully made the transition to wireless and other modern technologies while the U.S. is still heavily dependent on its well-built but dated land-based infrastructure.

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