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These Bullets Can Change Direction to Hit a Moving Target
No, these bullets aren't magic. But they are backed by some serious technology.
How Product Hunt Rose to the Top
The website attracts hundreds of thousands of readers monthly. Find out why.
These Tiny Robots Have Superhero Strength (VIDEO)
The MicroTug robots mimic geckos and inch worms to haul things 100 times their size.
Why Tesla's Gigafactory Could Be Obsolete Before It Even Opens
A disruptive shadow looms over Tesla Motors' giant Nevada-based battery facility.
David Z. Morris
From Hotels to Airports: Our 2015 Business Travel Award Winners
Check out the best of the best in business travel this year.
3-D Printing as a Replacement for Cooking? It's Coming.
'I believe the food printer will be the first one that is going to be adopted in everybody's home,' 3D Systems chief entrepreneur officer said in a talk on Tuesday.
What Inspires Innovators on Twitter
A recent report revealed the most-followed Twitter accounts by innovation leaders, along with what sources they use to share information.
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This Drivable Car Was 3-D Printed in 44 Hours
Perhaps this is the start of what will become a niche market for customized cars.
Business Insider Staff
8 Far-Out 'Jetsons' Contraptions That Actually Exist Today
The creators of the classic cartoon made some pretty spot-on predictions.
Startup Founder: GPS Sucks. And I'm Going to Fix It.
PathSense wants you to get around without draining your smartphone battery.
Navdy, the 'Google Glass for Your Car,' Raises $20 Million
Despite product delays, the startup has raised a total of $33 million in about eight months.
Segway Is Now a Chinese Company
The electric two-wheeled transportation vehicle has been bought by Beijing-based competitor Ninebot.
How Can You Tell If That 'Commitment to Fostering an Entrepreneurial Culture' Is for Real?
The corporate world loves entrepreneurialism in word but not always in deed. Answer these five questions to determine what sort of company you're working for.
Alan J. Murray
Wow Customers by Adding Sprinkles to Your Retail Service
They may come in for fast, good and cheap -- but they'll come back for unique.
Chip R. Bell
Hacks, tricks and tips to remove common barriers to creativity.
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