Articles about Innovation
Google-owned YouTube has launched a donation feature for YouTube channels, which could act as a crowdfunding tool to get entrepreneurs off the ground.
A drone has captured what those of us on the ground cannot see -- how far construction of Apple's new campus has progressed.
Soon, our wearables could change health care – but perhaps not in the way you expect.
In order to mark the anniversary of an earthquake which shattered the lives of citizens in Japan, Google has unveiled an interactive map to make crisis preparation easier.
Apple is reportedly working with the Dutch chipmaker to add NFC support to the tech giant's new flagship smartphone.
What are some of the most innovative tech projects and ideas seeking crowdfunding on Kickstarter and Indiegogo this month?
Audience Audit dramatically reduced the time needed to analyze data and to create client presentations, allowing it to cut prices and take on far more clients.
As efforts to monetise the social media platform continue, Twitter has expanded its advertising program to a further 12 countries.
The Ralph Lauren Polo Tech shirt uses biometric sensors to collect data from the wearer's movement and direction.
Patty Hatter, CIO of McAfee, explains the need to evolve and shift relationships with other parts of the company. She offers practical and important advice for anyone working in IT.
Sure, crowdfunding and related methods of gathering intelligence or finances were originally intended for startups. But more big companies are tapping into the crowd.
Three percent of revenue spent on research and development may not sound like a lot, but for HP it's an innovation step in the right direction.
The unpowered FORTIS exoskeleton is designed to increase an operator's strength and endurance by transferring weight from their arms to the ground.
Stratasys' MakerBot unit starts beefing up its developer program with a bet that a partnership with iPhone custom case maker Fraemes boosts mainstream curiosity.
The tech industry's search for the next big gadget continues – so wear does it go from here?