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The Bitcoin Buzz and How Young Entrepreneurs are Cashing In

Even with its roller-coaster volatility, young entrepreneurs are banking on the digital currency.

Obama Offers $200 Million Prize to Build 3 Manufacturing Innovation Hubs

The White House announced today that it will expand on its program to promote advanced manufacturing in the U.S., an effort to drive global competitiveness.

Emerging Tech: 9 International Startup Hubs to Watch

Beyond the U.S., these are the places you'll find financial and other support for innovation in technology.

3 Games To Help You Generate Business Ideas

Coming up with business ideas should be fun. Here are three games you can play anywhere -- whether walking through store aisles or out for a jog -- that will turn your mind into an idea factory.

Cornell University Gets Big Donation to Help Fund NYC Tech Campus

The new institute will be part of Cornell Tech, a graduate school expected to attract top students and create new local companies.

Unreasonable at Sea: An Update From Mouhsine Serrar of Prakti Design

It's been a few months since the traveling treps of Unreasonable at Sea set sail. We check in with one young entrepreneur about his progress so far.

From Battery to Camera to Wi-Fi: Tech Specs Released for Google Glass

The much-anticipated computerized glasses will come with a 5-megapixel camera, 16 GB of storage, and more.

Smartwatch Wars: Microsoft Possibly Developing Wearable Tech, Too

Samsung, Apple and Google said to be among the other companies building a smartwatch.

Mark Zuckerberg and Other Tech Giants Form Political Advocacy Group

Immigration reform, education and scientific research among early priorities for new group called FWD.us.

20 of Boston's Most Innovative Tech Startups

Many have been founded by inspired entrepreneurs from MIT and Harvard.

Creativity: Inspiration vs. Perspiration

Understanding the different ways that your brain approaches creative thinking can help you implement the best approach to problem solving.

Radicals & Visionaries: Invention vs. Innovation

Is it better to improve on existing ideas or to start from scratch?

Smartwatch Battle: What An Apple, Google and Samsung Smartwatch Might Mean For You

Forget about the smartphone wars. These companies are getting into wearable tech.

Inside the 'Insane' Life of Entrepreneur Elon Musk

At SXSW, the tech visionary provides a pulse check on the three companies he recently helped start.

Yammer's David Sacks Offers 3 Tips for Tech Entrepreneurs

From raising capital fast to being innovative, startup advice from the SXSW Interactive festival.

Former Software Engineer Takes a High-Tech Approach to Farming

How PodPonics transformed an unused lot in Atlanta into a productive farm.

How Franchisees Can Find Room for Innovation

Franchisees have to play within their franchiser's rules, but that doesn't mean they have to turn off their creativity.

How Today's Young Female Entrepreneurs Embrace Their Feminine Mystique

The days where women were seen and not heard may be long gone, but challenges remain -- especially upon entering the typically male-dominated world of entrepreneurship.

How to 'Virtually' March on Washington for Immigration Reform

Technology and innovation leaders spearhead an online movement to push U.S. lawmakers to pass immigration reform.

Want to Harness the Power of the Crowd? Consider These Tips

Crowdsourcing is altering the way companies come up with innovative ideas and accomplish large and small tasks.

Creative Problem-Solving Strategies to Test Your Business Idea

How to use an approach called 'design thinking' when you're creating a new product or business.

Crowdopolis: Crowdsource Like the Big Guys

A conference in New York City showcases the leading edge of crowdsourcing.

A Look at 'Google Glass' and What the Computerized Glasses Can Do

Google releases details on its forthcoming 'augmented reality' head-mounted display.

Inside the Brains of Rebellious Leaders

True iconoclasts don't just happen upon a novel approach. Their brains are actually wired in a way that makes them more likely to take the road less traveled.

Youngstown, Ohio, a Leader in 3-D Printing and Manufacturing Innovation, Says Obama

In his State of the Union address, the President talked about the need to supercharge U.S. manufacturing and gave a nod to this Midwestern town.
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