Articles about Innovation
Tsu has been celebrating passing its one millionth user. But what is so different about the social media platform that has so many users flocking to sign up?
The FAA's anticipated ruling on commercial drone use is expected to impose a number of tough restrictions.
Signed for approximately $97 million, the deal will give 3DS valuable portfolio additions surrounding 3D production and CAD solutions.
Yahoo is using one of its most prominent acquisitions to date as it develops and experiments with image recognition and search.
Facebook has recently announced 'Facebook at work' for connecting professional contacts. If you don't want to mix your business and personal lives, have a look at these social networks you can use for work.
Pilots from both airlines have been given Microsoft Surface Pro 3 tablets to make flight operations more efficient.
Westpac is eyeing local tech startups for the development of innovative business solutions, with the bank awarding real-estate app developer realAs AU$40,000 at its inaugural Westpac Innovation Challenge event, held in partnership with accelerator BlueChilli.
New York City's payphones will soon be a thing of the past as they are replaced with high-tech video chat and free Wi-Fi booths.
LG is joining a total of 12 companies working with AT&T on the research and development of the connected car.
Shadow research minister Senator Kim Carr has branded the government as hypocritical and short sighted, with the CSIRO moving to shed a further 75 jobs following an AU$115 million cut in federal funding to the research organisation.
Researchers have combined image and natural language processing so computer vision can see a picture and then write a caption for it. Here's a stab at how this artificial intelligence advance could be applied to business.
Smart garments may be largely confined to sport for the moment but technology-enabled clothing could well be about to find far bigger audiences outside the fitness industry.
Two leaders of Booz Allen's data science team talk talent, building a data science team and the machine-human link in analytics.
No word on how the ambitious project will be afforded, though.
Look out, Tianhe-2. The US Department of Energy will spend $325 million to build Summit and Sierra by 2017, two supercomputers set to crush the reigning speed champs.