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Laura Entis is a staff writer at Entrepreneur.com.
Its use case is narrow, but the FDA's stamp of approval could have broader implications for the way we create customized medicine.
The final barrier is making sure the software can decipher badly marked roads at dusk, he tweeted.
Geoffrey Kent has created unique and rare excursions for Bill and Melinda Gates, Sting and other power players.
Get started by asking yourself these six questions.
The tech company is reportedly launching a new version aimed at businesses and without the histrionics that accompanied the product's initial debut.
We still have a ways to go, but this is promising news.
From biometric-tracking headphones to water-resistant electronic parts, we'd be into a lot of these products. Get on it, Apple.
New research suggests that sleep doesn't just protect memories from being forgotten, it makes them easier to access.
Another compelling argument that age is but a number.
Ashton Kutcher, Neil Patrick Harris and Kate Upton weren't happy with Bill de Blasio's attack on the ride-sharing company.
According to a new study, the kind of music you like reflects the way your brain processes information.
Kegan Schouwenburg, the co-founder of a 3-D printed orthotic insoles startup, envisions a future where wearable tech is seamlessly integrated into what we're already wearing.
So you don't have to sniff.
The room-rental company launched new features aimed at making it more seamless for employees to book rooms, submit bills and keep track of expenses.
It's called 'the ARK.'