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Joey Hudy wowed President Obama at the White House Science Fair and has since secured a spot as Intel's youngest intern.
The often tight-lipped company is having a relatively effusive celebration to mark three decades of its game-changing computer. It's even asking for some fan input.
From scheduling oil changes to monitoring you baby's health, new sensors will make your life easier to track in the next few years.
Scientists in Western Australia have outfitted more than 320 sharks with transmitters that trigger warning tweets when they arrive within one kilometer of popular beaches.
The popular social-media site is toying with the idea of allowing users to add the animated images to their pinboards.
A cafe in New Zealand is using a pneumatic tube system to deliver burgers to customers at an astounding speed.
A multi-year agreement between a 3-D printing tech company and a global leader in chocolate could bring sweet results.
The tech company's latest 'smart' project aims to have serious health benefits.
The inventors claim that topically applied caffeine offers a consistent level of energy without the jolting buzz-then-crash that comes with drinking caffeinated drinks.
This new device packs a big tech punch in a tiny, stylish design.
To get a sense for what it's like starting up environment-friendly and social ventures today, we reached out to three founders based out of NYC's Green Spaces incubator.
Novelty is often met with resistance. Here's how thought leaders like Steve Jobs were able to use rejection to fuel creative brilliance.
From being surrounded by 'Glassholes' to playing pinball and 'self-healing' phones, here is a recap of what the show had to offer.
We scoured the Eureka Park startup area for the most interesting-looking technologies. Here's what we found.
Samsung is looking toward a future made up of countless smart screens for improving your life and interactions with others. It's pretty far out.
More than just TVs and computers, a number of bizarre products launched this year during CES.
Twitter co-founder Biz Stone has launched a Q&A app called Jelly with the mission of making the world 'a more empathetic place.'
When one operating system just won't cut it, there's always this device that runs two and you can switch between them.
Broadcasters want the U.S. Supreme Court to shut down Aereo, but investors are placing a big bet on its future survival.
Leading video game manufactures are cautiously optimistic on China's easing of a ban on gaming consoles such as PlayStation, Xbox and Wii.
With 'Indiegogo Outpost,' you can raise money from the crowd without having to direct any web traffic away from your own website.
Representatives from LG, Lowe's and Verizon discuss why the market for these smart gadgets has potential but hasn't exploded yet.
The vast majority of Americans say they are super excited about wearable technologies, according to a recent study.
A guide to the most important aspects you'll want to focus on with your marketing efforts in the year ahead.
At CES, the tech giant unveiled RealSense, technology it says creates more 'natural' interactions with computers and tablets.