Articles about Innovation
MakerBot has launched MakerBot Europe in order to pave the way for desktop 3D printing beyond the United States.
Startup industry body StartupAUS has called on the Australian federal government to create a 'central innovation agency' in order to help drive local innovation and technology R&D.
Trying not to overheat this summer? Here is some (literally) cool tech for you.
Researchers at the MIT Media Lab and University of California at Berkeley say the technology could improve conditions in emerging markets where glasses and prescription lenses don't come easy.
RFID transmitters will be placed inside shoulder pads to track player position, speed and distance during Thursday Night Football games.
Every bit of digital information popping up in the cloud and Internet of things holds data meaningful to your company's products and services. The tricky part will lie in unleashing that value faster than the competition.
Progressive has quietly amassed a trove of driver data with Snapshot, its opt-in driving tracker device.
The gadgets reaching the Electrolux design lab semi finalists show healthy environments for the future high tech home with smart design solutions.
The companies have signed an agreement to form a massive battery manufacturing plant dubbed the Gigafactory in the United States.
The U.S. is going to get whacked by its aging population, lower workforce participation and declining productivity. Accenture argues that real-time labor analytics could be a fix.
From January, autonomous vehicles will be trialled in up to three cities on UK roads.
Unlike its U.S. rival, though, the Chinese search giant is developing a vehicle that allows drivers to take control if they choose to and is designed to assist drivers on the road.
Tutor.com has the technology platform, marketing and subscription model. The Princeton Review has the content, brand and high price points. Can these these two players combine to challenge Kaplan?
The self-described 'productivity and platforms' company is championing this week some cross-divisional projects meant to show how enterprise and consumer tech can be combined to create new kinds of apps and services.
Still managing stacks of 'analog' contacts? These smartphone applications could make life easier; some even boast direct connections to LinkedIn and Salesforce.com.