Staff Writer. Frequently covers tech, business psychology, social media, startups and digital advertising.
Laura Entis is a staff writer at Entrepreneur.com.
Called the SmartEyeGlass, the latest computer for your face will be available in March 2015. And it may be even more awkward-looking than Google Glass.
'Unhackathon,' which took place in New York City this past weekend, aims to be a more inclusive, welcoming place than most other student hackathon events.
The struggling tech maker is hoping to rebound with the release of the Passport, which it calls the 'IMAX of productivity.'
In a talk at Columbia University, the PayPal co-founder and venture capitalist discussed why startups need to go 'beyond professionalism.' But that may be the problem.
The site's most popular stars are being paid to produce new content as other channels seek to court them.
Next month, the city will start charging renters a 14 percent occupancy tax on behalf of its hosts.
Digital sales are on the decline in the country, while CD sales are still going strong.
The marketing guru, who came up with the Pepsi challenge, discusses how social media has shifted the power from the producers to the customers.
…Including the ones that say 'Richard Branson doesn't really read this.'
Procrastinators, take note: As seductive as it often sounds, working under pressure probably isn't the best strategy for achieving stellar results.
The tech giant snagged Mojang, the maker of the popular game Minecraft, but its founders are out.
New research finds a positive correlation between CEO fitness and firm value.
I'm sorry Ms. Jackson, the net neutrality debate is for real.
Internet of Things
The British physicist who 'made black holes cool' says Intel's new wheelchair, which collects health data from the user, is just one more step toward the technology of the future.
Microsoft is reportedly nearing a deal to buy the maker of the wildly popular video game, but at least one analyst calls the move a 'real head scratcher.'