Articles about Innovation
This book has nothing to do with horses, but everything to do with how things are invented and how they so rarely turn out exactly as their inventors conceived them.
The creators of Arduino have differing visions for the open source hardware project's future. Whose will win?
Following up its Apple Pay-aimed acquisition last month, Samsung is reinforcing another vertical in its portfolio this week.
The Silicon Valley startup is a joint effort between Stanford University and GE Ventures, with the goal of advancing evidence-based medicine through data and predictive analytics.
Before the Apple Watch even gets out of the gate, it's time for another forecast about just how well it will do this year -- or not.
'Building AI is like launching a rocket': Meet the man fighting to stop artificial intelligence destroying humanity
Skype's co-founder wants to keep humankind safe from the existential threats of artificial intelligence.
France's 1930's Maginot Line failure may seem an odd analogy, but 'digital washing' of old ideas and lack of forward thinking also have the potential to create strategic disaster in a highly competitive world
Technology and innovation will be at the centre of Australia's continued productivity over the next 40 years, according to the Treasury Department's latest Intergenerational Report.
The Twitter response to Etsy's IPO reflects the cozy, handmade goods hawked on the site: pleasant surprise and relief.
Airline hopes wearable tech will help engineers save time during aircraft turnaround.
IBM has acquired AlchemyAPI to accelerate next-generation cognitive computing applications.
One of Goodyear's concept tires revolves around charging electric vehicles on the fly. Another one would sense road conditions and adjust inflation on the fly.
Taking calculated risks is a key part of using technology for business advantage: but how do tech leaders try new stuff without risking everything?
Sweden's Ikea has released furniture with Qi standard wireless charging to do away with those smartphone cables.
In the outskirts of Tel Aviv, Samsung's Strategy and Innovation Center takes startups and more established businesses under its wing as it looks for its next big bet.
From the stone ages of the Flintstones to the futuristic sky cities of the Jetsons, the smartwatch has been a surprising yet underlying constant in pop culture.
Startup companies and big organizations are natural partners; however, potential pitfalls can cause problems. This presentation will help your corporate innovation efforts start on the right track!
Service robots that are empathetic and that can learn from you - these are just some of the technologies tested out in robot houses across Europe as part of the Accompany project.
We asked Siri and Cortana the same questions to see whether the Apple -- or Microsoft -- personal assistant gave the best answer to our questions for work and leisure.
Trials of two autonomous vehicles have kicked off in a number of places across the country - but while they'll be carrying passengers, the driverless cars aren't taking to the roads just yet.
It is not only the big companies that produce great tech that is worthy of note at CES 2015. Have a look at these cool products that should be at the show this year.
[UPDATED] Smart, connected cars are a major trend of this year's Consumer Electronics Show. What products and players are noteworthy for their contributions?
Cars have been getting more clever, talking to your device, and exchanging status information with each other. in this post we show how IoT technology is leading us towards driverless cars that can safely take us wherever we want to go.
In this series we will take a look at how the Internet of Things is changing the way we interact with the world. In this post we see the advantages for our relationship with animals.
Designer Jeffrey Stephenson is back with another amazing hand-built PC design.
No, not gifts for your robot, robotic gifts to help make your life at work and home a little easier.
Not all tech is created equally. Even when products or services meet their demise, they’re not even killed off equally. Here’s what we saw the end of this year.
If you are fed up with Facebook and tired of Twitter you might want a change of social scene. Try these up-and-coming social networks that are well worth a look for users and brands.
The wearable market continues to develop with activity trackers and smartwatches available in prices ranging from $50 to $300 or more. Matthew offers up six wearables across the pricing spectrum for you to consider.
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.