News and Articles About Innovation
Enterprising businesspeople are finding that the franchise model can dispense routine medical services as efficiently as it delivers fried chicken or oil changes.
Sticks and stones may break bones, but printers can replace them -- and a whole lot more.
The makers of the Lechal interactive haptic footwear hope the product will serve some social good.
Cheap labor in China, Indonesia and India pushed the bulk of mass manufacturing overseas, but the U.S. is emerging competitive in a newer, more sophisticated kind of manufacturing.
The quirky chef will debut his Chocolate Chip Cookie Milk Shots exclusively this weekend at SXSW, but may soon sell them at his New York City bakery.
Startups are constantly needing to innovate to stay alive in the dog-eat-dog world of entrepreneurship. Large corporations are taking notice and looking for opportunities to capitalize on new concepts and ideas.
A 'startup' called HUVr Tech shows off its crazy technology. Oh right, it's probably just a hoax. Darn.
Two brothers from Idaho have come up with an alternative to the sock that prevents your shoes from stinking and still gives you a stylish, no-sock look.
During a White House event for innovation in manufacturing, President Obama let the cat out of the bag. Or did he?
Thanks to a collaboration of public and private resources, one of the old 84,000-square-foot warehouses flanking the East River in New York City is being renovated and transformed.
Boston-based startup Spritz has introduced a new speed-reading format that will reportedly be available on Samsung's forthcoming Gear 2 smartwatch and Galaxy S5 smartphone.
From filmmaking to sales, unmanned aerial vehicles are transforming how businesses operate and grow.
Any organization's best assets are its people so start paying attention to what your employees are saying.
A veteran attendee shares his tips on making the most of this tech and networking festival.
This Android app has been designed to stop you from mindlessly strolling into oncoming traffic while walking like a zombie with a smartphone in your hand.
Once your company has seen some success, figuring out what to do next is all about three variables.
Staring at screens can hurt your vision, but the UltimEyes app aims to do the exact opposite.
Adding a little chaos into your life may just present new opportunities.
A parody video created by Netflix employees mocks Amazon's much-hyped Prime Air initiative and contemplates the harsh realities of drone delivery.
If not properly evaluated, advances could cause disruptions that destroy your company.
Dying to know what the latest generation of Samsung's flagship phone will be like? Here are the details.
Universities should empower students with the skills to push an idea through to implementation.
This startup is developing products that allow people to monitor damage to their DNA, and is crowdsourcing the huge amounts of data required to make those results meaningful.
The late entrepreneur and father of the iPhone will join the ranks of famous inventors commemorated via postage stamp.
Project Tango, a mobile phone prototype devised by Google that can create and capture 3-D models, will be distributed to 200 select developers in mid-March.