News and Articles About Tech Startups
Users can project their desktop onto a flat surface and control it with the Windows Kinect sensor.
GoodApril co-founder Mitch Fox provides insight into the quick acquisition by Intuit.
The Myo armband can control a computer from across the room, and it's just the beginning of what Thalmic Labs has planned.
Zynga announces its $200 million acquisition OMGPOP will be shutting down end of September.
A recent report has New York City and Boston seeing major growth in hiring for tech-media companies.
TalentBin's founders' plan to foster peer reviews of job candidates didn't pan out, but it paved the way for an even bigger idea -- finding those job candidates in the first place.
A recent panel of angel investors, venture capitalists and entrepreneurs discussed why the cryptocurrency could be a transformative technology.
With the dubious honor of filing for the biggest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history, cuts to various economic development programs may not be far off. Startups are unmoved, however.
Tile is a Bluetooth-enabled device and app that lets users keep tabs on their most valuable items.
The two advertising stalwarts are teaming up in a $35.1 billion merger to fight off digital competition from the likes of Google, Facebook and hundreds of ad-tech startups.
A New York tech startup has combined diapers with a mobile app to give parents real-time health info on their babies.
Comic-Con is sold out. Comic book movies are cleaning up. Are comic books a thing of the past? Not if these digital startups can help it.
California and New York aren't the last word in tech. Read our take on how Cincinnati is becoming a home for startups.
Forget Gangnam Style. The song's namesake has a lot more going for it in the entrepreneurial sphere.
Today's fin-tech companies are shaking up Wall Street. We ask three graduates of New York's FinTech Innovaton Lab about their best advice for starting up.
In a speech at the George W. Bush Institute, the former president became the latest leader to publicly voice his support for immigration reform.
Working at a startup used to be risky for career-minded young people. It's now gaining ground as the first stop on the road to gainful employment.
Now that school is over and youre entering the workforce -- and possibly starting up -- you may find the new journey jarring. Here are four ways to ease the transition.
Five years since the crisis, opportunities in financial technology are plenty. We talk to three entrepreneurs who have grown their startups in New York's FinTech Innovation Lab.
The U.S. Senate's passage of a comprehensive immigration reform bill is a victory for tech-startup advocates such as Steve Case and others.
Entrepreneurs working in financial technology are helping banks grapple with everything from Big Data and cybersecurity threats to the growing number of customers using mobile and social media.
The Redmond, Wash.-based software giant introduces Microsoft Ventures, bringing together its resources for entrepreneurs.
Call them modern day Mad Men. We talk to three ad-tech entrepreneurs about their best advice for starting up.
A web personality takes six budding startups under his wing and gives them each $37 in financing.
With investors spending billions of dollars in recent years, yesterday's billboards have been replaced by highly targeted ads delivered over the Internet. We talk to three entrepreneurs in ad tech.