News and Articles About Innovation
This Swedish startup has created a bike helmet that you wear around your neck.
The Los Angeles branding firm Ferroconcrete designed a clean but bold reusable pouch for Kusin & Kusin's odor eliminating pet wipes.
Bitcoin is everywhere these days, and so is the confusion. Here are three myths about the virtual currency you need to stop believing now.
Global Entrepreneurship Week kicks off, Dabble offers lessons in landing a startup job, SCORE presents its practical guide to starting a nonprofit, Startup Weekend lets entrepreneurs loose with 3D printers. This week's notable news and startup events for entrepreneurs.
The public face for his line of hip hotels, Calderwood was 47.
Startups help typhoon-ravaged Filipinos, meet a 23-year-old YouTube media mogul, the Apple of grocery stores sprouts in SF, Nest's Tony Fadell on his life's work, Dropbox does business, startup lessons from the NASCAR…This week's notable news and tantalizing tidbits for entrepreneurs.
With Coin, a person can consolidate this or her wallet into one, simple, digital card.
The social product-development company also has extended its partnership with GE.
Yes, the tech geniuses at Google are at it again.
An inside look at the tech giant's 2.8-million-square-foot hub called Campus 2.
French Fry Heaven feeds an insatiable demand for fries and franchises.
More than 50 percent of the Urbee 2 vehicle has been 3-D printed and it can travel at speeds up to 70 mph.
For marketers looking to get their hands on millennials, they need to be smart about how to approach this generation.
A roundup of the 10 most interesting new technologies that make us scratch our heads and say, 'What the heck?'
Called "Marketplace," the new e-commerce platform on TOMS.com features products from 30 entrepreneurs, all with mission-driven retail models.
The Berlin-based online music platform has gone from being relative niche platform for techno musicians to an audio hub for everyone from the White House to Beyoncé in the last three years.
From a 'onesie' that lets your baby mop your floors to a mic-shaped sponge for rocking out in the shower, here are some wacky inventions from entrepreneurs.
Bitcoin launches ATMS, quantifying innovation, Marissa Mayer's no telecommuting policy gets vindicated, Latinas take over, marketers cant decide if Facebook ads work, Steve Blank gets fired. This week's notable news and tantalizing tidbits for entrepreneurs.
Tiny, biodegradable sensors could have big potential for all sorts of medical- and food-related industries.
Surrounding yourself with the right people helps you come up with more and better ideas. Here are three ways to build a community to help you be more innovative.
Low-cost, online-based companies like TaskRabbit and Fancy Hands reimagine short-term help.
Entrepreneurs trying to both make money and benefit a social mission are often playing a game of chicken and egg. For some, the social cause rises above all else. For others, a successful business model comes first.
As the size of a computer chip approaches zero, computational power will be everywhere and in everything, says Brian David Johnson, the resident futurist at Intel.
A new report shows more young children are using devices such as iPhones, tablets and Kindles.
The Ototo is a pocket-sized circuit board that can make pots and pans, a chocolate bar or even a plant play music. Yes, really.