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Anyone who wears this rugged exosuit will be able to lift heavy tools and objects like they're feathers.
Understand how patents work and find out the merits of two online vehicles to propel innovative products toward market success.
By inventing a low tech cutting device that easily rips through the coconut's fibrous shell.
Given the costliness and fragmentation of the smart home market, Verizon Wireless has its sights set on a loftier prize.
Drive, passion and determination don't pay the bills; money does. Here are the wise ways the 'Queen of QVC' saved cash as an early entrepreneur and how you can, too.
A lot of people tell you they can provide innovation. Hogwash. It's all about you.
Fasten your seat belts and forget about tray tables. This driving-flying machine is ready for takeoff.
An American and two Japanese scientists won the 2014 prize for inventing a new energy-efficient and environment-friendly light source.
The StandStand has nearly quadrupled its Kickstarter goal of $15,000 with two weeks to spare.
The cell phone is a smidge over 30 years old and the first commercial iteration was priced at almost $4,000.
A former English teacher from Hangzhou, China, fashions one of the world's most valuable companies with an unorthodox philosophy in 15 years.
If you don't come clean, you might not come away with investors' money, the celebrity branding expert says.
The shipping giant launched a pilot program a year ago where it put six printers in select UPS stores. Now, the program is expanding.
Think about airplanes -- covered in skin.
A United Airlines flight was diverted after using something banned by most airlines: an anti-reclining seat device called the Knee Defender.
WayFounder has come up with a route for inventors to bring their concepts to market.
Big, splashy, entirely-original ideas are great but entrepreneurs do something important, and prosper, just making life easier for people.
The stigmas surrounding re-wearing clothes -- especially among business people with capsule wardrobes -- are significantly lessening, maker Procter & Gamble said.
With a spray of this futuristic wonder cleaner, who needs soap, water and elbow grease?
Not only do they run businesses and write. They can cook up a storm. Sample some delightful dishes from our columnists.
An often-overlooked source for great ideas are those who live or work on the front lines of health care.
Robots do all kinds of amazing things, but this is the first one to actually grow.
Staples and crowdfunding site Fundable have teamed up to launch a contest for entrepreneurs.
The two companies are joining forces to build a battery megafactory somewhere in the U.S. The ambitious undertaking could lead to more affordable electric vehicles.
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