The world has faced technology with all it has, developing new technologies every day. The highest development in technology started in the 20th century. Though the 21st century have showed great changes in technology, but the 21st century focused mainly in developing the already made technologies in the 20th century, such as the internet, computers, processing speed, storage systems and so on. To determine where a country stands in the global tech race, four integrated metrics are used to measure a countries place on the list. Three of the four integrated metrics serve as standard measures of the availability and prevalence of technology in a country. The three integrated metrics are: internet users as a proportion of the population; smartphone users as a percentage of the population; and LTE users as a percentage of the population. According to these metrics, the Global Finance Ranking of National Tech Strength are as follows:
Norway, Sweden, Netherlands, Denmark, United States, Singapore, Finland, United Arab Emirates, South Korea, Hong Kong, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Belgium, Canada, Australia, Luxembourg, Taiwan, Spain, Germany, Estonia, Japan, France, New Zealand, Ireland, Austria and Qatar.
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