Recode is celebrating its one-year anniversary.
With that milestone, the tech publication is rolling out a new tool to help you better understand what’s going on in your own country.
The Recode community, and its contributors, have long been able to learn a lot about the tech industry in their home countries.
And now, as part of the celebration, the Recode home page has been updated with a series of posts that highlight a range of tech news from different parts of the world.
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The first post in the series is titled “The Latest: Why Your Tech Company Is Doing More Than It Should.”
In it, the publication discusses why tech companies are investing in more and more of the countries they do business in.
Recode says that the trend is a good thing, since it means that the country in question is more likely to be able to afford the technology the company is using.
It’s worth noting that the home-country coverage is a bit of a misnomer.
While some of the companies listed on the site are headquartered in countries that are more friendly to tech companies, others are in countries where they are less likely to invest in tech.
Some of the most popular tech companies listed in the Recodes home page are Alibaba, Baidu, Bixby, and Google.
But why are some countries friendly to companies that are investing so much in their countries?
Recode points to several reasons.
For example, the company notes that the technology companies that do invest in countries tend to have a lot of people who are passionate about the companies that they invest in.
In other words, the countries where tech companies do the most business are places that are very tech-friendly.
Recodes is even willing to look at why some countries have a strong tech sector.
“A lot of the tech companies we’re talking about are really high-tech businesses, and those are really tech-savvy countries,” Recode senior editor Emily Oster told Recode.
“They’re not necessarily in the top 1% of GDP in terms of their number of tech companies.
But when you get to those high-end tech companies who are doing the most, they’re not spending as much money as the countries in the middle or lower tier of GDP, they have very high tech wages.”