Jason Fell

Jason Fell

Managing Editor

Jason Fell is the managing editor of Entrepreneur.com.

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Apple Sells Record Number of iPhones, Shares Fall
News and Trends

Apple Sells Record Number of iPhones, Shares Fall

During its fiscal fourth quarter, the tech giant sold almost 34 million iPhones -- roughly in line with analyst expectations.
Pebble's $10 Million Crowdfunding Secret: Keep It Simple
Payments & Collections

Pebble's $10 Million Crowdfunding Secret: Keep It Simple

The buzzed about smartwatch was floundering raising money. Then it streamlined its message and took to Kickstarter.
Want to See the Earth From Space? This Startup Plans to Take You There.
News and Trends

Want to See the Earth From Space? This Startup Plans to Take You There.

If you thought the Red Bull Stratos 'space dive' project was cool, you'll want to give this a look.
Watch Out, Google: Microsoft Said to Be Testing Glass-Like Device
Mobile

Watch Out, Google: Microsoft Said to Be Testing Glass-Like Device

As the wearable tech market heats up, the tech giant is reportedly experimenting with a heads-up device of its own.
Amid Download Issues, Microsoft Pulls Windows RT Version of 8.1 Update
Apps & Software

Amid Download Issues, Microsoft Pulls Windows RT Version of 8.1 Update

The tech giant reportedly removed the update from the Windows Store due to 'a situation.'
Yahoo Updates Email, Users Freak Out
News and Trends

Yahoo Updates Email, Users Freak Out

Tens of thousands of Yahoo email users have taken to online forums to protest changes to the Yahoo email design.
This Guy Is Like a Real-Life Bionic Man
News and Trends

This Guy Is Like a Real-Life Bionic Man

A team of biomedical engineers have developed a robotic limb that can be controlled by the wearer's mind.
Megatron, Eat Your Heart Out. MIT Has Built 'Transformer' Blocks.
News and Trends

Megatron, Eat Your Heart Out. MIT Has Built 'Transformer' Blocks.

Even in this early prototype, these robotic blocks can self-assemble into different shapes.
Twitter Rolls Out New Features for Brands
Social Media

Twitter Rolls Out New Features for Brands

Businesses can now schedule promoted tweets and receive direct messages from followers they haven't necessarily followed back.
Facebook Facepalm: In Big Real-Estate Buy, Mark Zuckerberg Seeks Personal Privacy, Then Removes Online Privacy Feature
Social Media

Facebook Facepalm: In Big Real-Estate Buy, Mark Zuckerberg Seeks Personal Privacy, Then Removes Online Privacy Feature

As Facebook makes it more difficult for users to maintain privacy, its co-founder is taking drastic measures to protect his own.
Get Ready: Wearable Tech Is About to Explode
Mobile

Get Ready: Wearable Tech Is About to Explode

The market for devices like smartwatches and computerized glasses is about to get really hot.
Tech Giants Form Another Group to Bring the Internet to the Global Masses
News and Trends

Tech Giants Form Another Group to Bring the Internet to the Global Masses

Google, along with several other companies, form the Alliance for an Affordable Internet.
Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg: Eliminate Bias That Women 'Aren't Meant to Lead'
Leadership

Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg: Eliminate Bias That Women 'Aren't Meant to Lead'

Facebook's COO says there is a bias in the business world that women are too aggressive.
What Donald Trump, Martha Stewart and Other Entrepreneurs Tweeted About the U.S. Government Shutdown
Social Media

What Donald Trump, Martha Stewart and Other Entrepreneurs Tweeted About the U.S. Government Shutdown

Politics and business don't always mix but these owners spoke out about the shutdown.
Tech Billionaire Mark Cuban Heads to Trial Over Alleged Insider Trading
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Tech Billionaire Mark Cuban Heads to Trial Over Alleged Insider Trading

The SEC contends that the 'Shark Tank' star avoided a monetary loss on stock thanks to an insider tip.
'Control-Alt-Delete' Is Nothing Compared to These 3 Microsoft Disasters
Apps & Software

'Control-Alt-Delete' Is Nothing Compared to These 3 Microsoft Disasters

A look at some of the ways the tech giant has managed to mess up over the years.
This Is What Google Looked Like in 1998
News and Trends

This Is What Google Looked Like in 1998

The search engine looks somewhat similar, though obviously different, than when it launched 15 years ago.
Turn a Smartphone Into a Virus-Detecting Microscope? Yep. It's Happening.
Mobile

Turn a Smartphone Into a Virus-Detecting Microscope? Yep. It's Happening.

One UCLA professor says his device can detect particles that cause deafness and brain damage in humans.
Harvard Is Actually Developing Mind Control Technology
News and Trends

Harvard Is Actually Developing Mind Control Technology

A recent experiment enabled a human to control the physical movements of a rat with little more than his thoughts.
A Trio of New Kindle Fire Tablets Come Packed With Features for Business and Play
Mobile

A Trio of New Kindle Fire Tablets Come Packed With Features for Business and Play

Perhaps the coolest new feature is 'Mayday,' a new customer service tools for users who need a little help on the fly.
Intuit Partners With Square for Easy Accounting Integration
Payments & Collections

Intuit Partners With Square for Easy Accounting Integration

New service can save business owners the time and hassle of manually feeding accounting data into QuickBooks.
A New App That Creates a Musical Soundtrack for Your Images
Apps & Software

A New App That Creates a Musical Soundtrack for Your Images

Mhoto can analyze a digital photo, then create a song that captures the 'mood' of the image.
Advertisements Are Coming to Pinterest Now, Too
Social Media

Advertisements Are Coming to Pinterest Now, Too

The popular photo-sharing site is experimenting with its first type of ad unit: promoted pins.
If You Could, Would You Want to Live Forever? Google Thinks You Might
Health & Fitness

If You Could, Would You Want to Live Forever? Google Thinks You Might

The tech giant invests in Calico, a new company aimed at combating aging and improving people's health and wellness.
Angry Business Owner Wages War on 'Troll'
News and Trends

Angry Business Owner Wages War on 'Troll'

Kevin O'Connor, who co-founded ad tech company Doubleclick, is publicly battling a patent troll who is demanding $50,000.
Robotic Bartenders, Brainwave-Reading Headbands and a Jetpack Like James Bond's
News and Trends

Robotic Bartenders, Brainwave-Reading Headbands and a Jetpack Like James Bond's

A roundup of the 10 most interesting new technologies that make us scratch our heads and say, 'What the heck?'
Google Buys Bump, a Popular File-Sharing App That Fought to Find its Groove
Apps & Software

Google Buys Bump, a Popular File-Sharing App That Fought to Find its Groove

It will remain business as usual for the teams at Bump and sister photo-sharing app Flock -- for now.
Your Next Cocktail Could Be Concocted By This Robotic Bartender
Office Tech

Your Next Cocktail Could Be Concocted By This Robotic Bartender

The Monsieur is kind of like a Keurig for alcoholic beverages. But even cooler.
Yes, Videos Are Playing Automatically in Your Facebook Newsfeed Now
Social Media

Yes, Videos Are Playing Automatically in Your Facebook Newsfeed Now

Next we may see advertising videos showing up sometime before the end of the year.
Twitter Just Made Connecting With Influencers a Little More Difficult
Social Media

Twitter Just Made Connecting With Influencers a Little More Difficult

For verified users, a new feature filters spam mentions and can show only mentions from others who are also verified.
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