News and Articles About Inventions
The backpack-like bulletproof shield may represent one of the most tragically apropos inventions of our time.
These products came to be by chance -- spawning businesses and changing lives the world over.
Before you quit your job and cash in your 401(k), take a step back and evaluate.
A roundup of the 10 most interesting new technologies that make us scratch our heads and say, 'What the heck?'
Gross as it may sounds, a cosmetics company claims to have created a drinkable sunscreen that can block the sun.
What if Galileo or other great thinkers had tried to develop their ideas amid a barrage of email and calls? Set boundaries to inspire innovation at work.
Sorry, dudes. Your smartphone, tablet and laptop are hurting your manhood. You can help protect yourself with these high-tech undies.
A new invention purportedly churns out eye shadow pods in absolutely any color found on the internet.
Don't be caught off-kilter by unexpected roadblocks and setbacks. Acquaint yourself with these keys for ushering new products into the marketplace.
Use the 'Perfect Product Pyramid' to turn your ideas into success.
The author of a new book tells how several inventive types tested their product's premise. A catchy concept won't score profits for a startup if no one wants the device.
In a deal rumored to be worth just under $10 million, Etsy has acquired Grand St., an online marketplace where indie hardware makers vend cutting-edge tech.
The Golden Goose, a kitchen gadget that scrambles raw eggs within their shells, has nearly surpassed its $34,500 Kickstarter goal in one week.
A device called the MIDI Sprout, which transforms plant biorhythms into a sort of music, is sowing major seed funding on Kickstarter -- to the tune of over $27,000.
According to a new Pew study, if you're like a lot of Americans, you'd like to own something that gets you places faster, lets you time-travel or somehow prolongs your life.
MTV's new series, which profiles snake venom milkers, beer keg inventors and junk food bloggers, represents the networks first foray into business-centric content.
The products of rival firms can prompt and motivate a company to differentiate its offerings and invent new solutions.
Creative people oftentimes aren't great at selling their ideas. That's where you come in.
Recent Shark Tank contestant infuses some 'sweet' innovation in his product that seeks to replace soda and sports beverages.
Big companies can keep a lookout for new ideas. But managers need to listen to front-line employees.
Sticks and stones may break bones, but printers can replace them -- and a whole lot more.
ABC's reality pitch show about entrepreneurs isn't all about drama and suspense. It's also about neat inventions.
The American Heart Association is using crowdfunding to find innovative technologies that can assist in improving cardiovascular health across the U.S.
While many people believe they have the next million-dollar idea, in reality their vision could be a total dud. Here are 10 things needed to make your invention a success.
The inventors claim that topically applied caffeine offers a consistent level of energy without the jolting buzz-then-crash that comes with drinking caffeinated drinks.
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