Sweden took the number one spot from the United States to top the annual rankings on the usage of telecommunications technologies such as networks, cell phones and computers, a report released on Thursday shows, according to Reuters. The Connectivity Scorecard, created by London Business School professor Leonard Waverman in 2008, measured 50 countries on dozens of indicators, including technological skills and usage of communications technology. "Sweden not only has the best current mix of attributes, but it also shows few signs of losing its lead," said Waverman. "By contrast, there is the beginning of a gap in what was once...

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