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These demographic statistics on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and other sites can help you kick up your marketing a notch or two this year.
A bird's eye view of what's set to take place at the big tech event in Las Vegas next week.
A fork that vibrates when you eat too much, and an e-ink touch tablet for those who find the texture of paper to be too...papery.
Ingestible sensors and implantable chips that collect important data about your health could soon become the norm.
Using what's known as catalytic questioning can help your business resolve issues and boost innovation.
From thousands of entries we selected 15 finalists. then readers voted on their favorites. We hope you're as inspired by them as we are!
Entrepreneur isn't just a label, it's a lifestyle.
There are some delicious innovations coming out of the nation's 2,500 breweries, including a beer cocktail trend.
A roundup of the 10 most interesting new technologies that make us scratch our heads and say, 'What the heck?'
Making it easy for your employees to offer suggestions could lead to big improvements to your product and company.
PowerUp 3.0 attaches to your standard paper airplane, turning it into a high-tech remote-controlled airliner.
Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus. And he apparently is pretty good at getting people to feel good about a Canadian airline.
So much for the future of product delivery. A serial hacker has created a device that can hack into and seize control of other drones.
The Innovation Act sailed through a first vote on Capitol Hill today, but faces challenges before becoming law.
In order to grow and improve your startup, it helps to take a close look at hidden and existing assets.
The mission marked the first commercial launch from Cape Canaveral in more than five years.
The Scentee device releases a puff of scent like apples or jasmine whenever you get an email or someone comments on your Facebook page.
Bite-size advice from snack-food company marketing veteran Bonin Bough.
Your home Wi-Fi network can be used to keep your home safe, keep your plants alive and even keep up with what's in your fridge.
FinderCodes makes finding lost items as easy as scanning a code on your smartphone.
This 'barrier-free sport-vehicle' is like the sport utility of wheelchairs.
You may think your company looks great from the outside. But look for the warning signs inside that could put you out of business.
A look back at these old flicks reminds us how fast technology is evolving.
Want to attract stellar employees? Don't boss them around. Heres how to manage without, well, managing.
Coming up with a great product idea doesn't necessarily mean you need to launch a business around it. Here are three things you need to know before taking that leap.
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