Articles about Innovation
Body Biolytics just won a competition seeking solutions that work with Under Armour's fitness monitoring system. Its secret: insight from RapidMiner modeling tools.
The popularity of immersive education is growing. But as cool and cutting-edge as the technology is, is a virtual reality environment conducive to learning?
Samsung vs. Apple vs. Nokia, HTC and Motorola. Who cares? All the hardware looks alike. The smartphone battle is won with ecosystems, cloud and sheer marketing.
Never forget your roots - they can inspire new directions and new ideas.
BT has signed a £26m deal with UK sustainable energy to build a massive solar farm in Suffolk.
According to reports, the online retail giant is quietly exploring the business potential of smart appliances and the connected home.
Eric Schmidt argues that the competition between Android and iOS is brutal and benefits the world. But is this small screen skirmish really the battle of computing? Where does the cloud and social play into the mix?
Students chosen for the top prizes led experiments ranging from the study of soil to solve the global food crisis to the use of wearables to treat Alzheimer's patients.
The XPrize Foundation, best known for its spaceflight challenges, has announced an earthly focus: Creating an open-source application that can teach a child to read, write, and perform arithmetic without a teacher.
For hearing-impaired patients beset by the extreme costs of hearing aids and unhelpful insurance companies, a new crop of small, highly sophisticated Bluetooth headsets might be a game changer.
In all the excitement over IoT's potential, industry experts have glossed over some basic details regarding how exactly IoT will work. How will things be identified? How will things be policed? What types of conversations can things have with each other?
The crypto community has gained another supporting voice in Coin Center, an industry-backed effort for research and advocacy.
Its audio performance management system will consider more than 500 billion song performance this year alone, to figure out relevant royalties.
Microsoft Research's Silicon Valley, with about 50 employees, is one of the casualties of Microsoft's latest round of 2,100 job cuts.