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If you want your pictures in the physical world, these three businesses have you covered.
The just-launched Rooster app, inspired by episodic television, aims to boost fiction readership by parsing out books in convenient and immersive installments.
Forget the McMansion. Tumbleweed Tiny House Company offers 21 floor plans for houses starting at 117 square feet.
Food trucks and mobile businesses find their homes in parks and malls.
From filmmaking to sales, unmanned aerial vehicles are transforming how businesses operate and grow.
This Android app has been designed to stop you from mindlessly strolling into oncoming traffic while walking like a zombie with a smartphone in your hand.
New site hopes paying amateur matchmakers will set it apart in a crowded market.
Adam & Eve creates an atmosphere that is welcoming to both women and couples, with a focus on sexual health.
Underwater robots give scientists and budding explorers a way to dive in.
When it comes to theatrical materials, one company is center stage.
Videography company Aerial Media Pros captures hard to get shots at a fraction of the traditional cost.
Estify brings body-shop paperwork to the digital age
These four companies are giving new life to damaged, flawed or incomplete products and services.
Scottevest has recorded steady revenue growth, expecting to finish 2013 with sales of $10 million.
Founded by former Seattle Seahawks offensive tackle Chris McIntosh, Dirty Girl obstacle-course events are running up big bucks.
Unreal Candy's natural treats are a fast-growing success.
People have been renting movies and cars for years, but what about borrowing a wedding dress? Here's a look at the innovative and bizarre things that can be yours for a short time.
Ben Hewitt created the Corkcicle to ensure "perfectly chilled wine every time."
Regaalo, a web service that allows parents to send gifts to students, applies modern technology to an old-fashioned concept.
Photo booths are making a comeback, and the founder of the DVDNow Kiosks franchise, has created a touchscreen, open-air 'booth' that's connected to social media.
The TV personality on the allure of being an entrepreneur and blazing your own path in business.
Dream Arcades is the largest manufacturer of non-coin-operated arcade machines in the world. Last year the company broke $1 million in sales."Nostalgia sells," says co-founder Michael Ware.
Custom clothier Tomboy Tailors crafts bespoke menswear -- for women.
Cleveland's Perfect Proposal transforms proposals into events rivalling the wedding itself.
Greg and Meredith Tally, owners of Denver's Best Western Southwest, gave their hotel an unique new look.