Articles about Innovation
The company will spend about 70 percent of its capital expenditures on technology and the rest on stores. Today, the capital spending is split 50-50.
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Virgin founder Sir Richard Branson has come on board as a new investor in Californian ride-sharing startup Sidecar's latest $15 million funding round.
A report from the Brookings Institute claims that innovation within the robotics industry could lead to the formation of a new government entity: the Federal Robotics Commission.
Microsoft has acquired its fourth non-.U.S. company this year with its purchase of Mojang, the creator of the Minecraft game, for $2.5 billion.
Apple's HealthKit technology will help medical and hospital staff track blood pressure and other vital signs using iPhones and iPads.
Cognizant has agreed to acquire TriZetto for $2.7 billion in order to capitalize on the shifting healthcare environment and the need for healthcare software and solutions.
Google is offering startups $100,000 in credit to turn to the firm's cloud services -- rather than rivals such as Amazon.
Research firm Gartner says over 20 percent of enterprises will invest in security for business initiatives using Internet of Things devices by 2017.
Lift Labs has developed a high-tech spoon to replace frustration with fun for those who combat tremors and find eating a difficult experience -- and Google wants in.
Sapphire glass has showcased in Apple's Watch, but why wasn't the scratch and break-resistant material used in the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus?
We will all watch Apple's big iPhone 6 / iWatch announcement with interest, but for those who have already defected to something with a bigger screen – and there are many of us – the deep gadget lust of yesteryear will have been replaced with a more detached curiosity.
Apple's new vehicle infotainment system CarPlay is now officially on the road, thanks to Ferrari's latest batch of deliveries.
From Wi-Fi based robotic insects to flying companions acting like GoPros, Amazon's new store has quite the drone variety on offer.