“The world is still dealing with the effects of a severe economic crisis. But judging from the results of this year’s Wall Street Journal Technology Innovation Awards, there’s no crisis in tech innovation. The Journal’s independent panel of judges decided to give out awards to 49 entries this year, equal to the previous record in 2006. More than a quarter of them are from outside the U.S. ‘An economic downturn simply couldn’t constrain the awesome innovation energy that exists around the world,” says Scott D. Anthony, managing director of Innosight Ventures and one of the judges of the awards. “It gives one a lot of hope for the future.'”
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