Tech Startups

Will 3-D Printed Food Become as Common as the Microwave?
3-D Printing

Will 3-D Printed Food Become as Common as the Microwave?

Entrepreneur Lynette Kucsma is bullish on the idea.
Matt McCue
Meet the Wearable That Could Save Your Life If You're Being Attacked
Wearable Tech

Meet the Wearable That Could Save Your Life If You're Being Attacked

The Mace Wear Pod is a personal security tracker that can get victims help and collect evidence in the event of an assault.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
When Entrepreneurs Should Give Themselves a Raise
Salary

When Entrepreneurs Should Give Themselves a Raise

There needs to be fluidity to compensating yourself as the business owner.
Ryan Holmes
How to Find the Right Tech Talent (for the Non-Tech Entrepreneur)
Hiring

How to Find the Right Tech Talent (for the Non-Tech Entrepreneur)

Finding qualified people to work on technology development is a challenge, so follow these tips to get your process started properly.
Peter Gasca
Pinterest Aims to Pin $11 Billion Valuation With Massive Funding Round
Pinterest

Pinterest Aims to Pin $11 Billion Valuation With Massive Funding Round

The popular pinboard photo-sharing social network is reportedly in talks to raise another $500 million in venture capital.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
How the Cost of an Office Needlessly Hurts Your Business
Office Tech

How the Cost of an Office Needlessly Hurts Your Business

Technology has already made the cost of a centralized workplace needless in many instances. Eventually, office overhead will be a competitive disadvantage.
Richard Lieberman
Why This Internet Pioneer Believes Bitcoin Has the Power to Break the Cycle of Poverty
Bitcoin

Why This Internet Pioneer Believes Bitcoin Has the Power to Break the Cycle of Poverty

At 20, Wences Casares launched Argentina's first Internet service provider. Now 40, and with several successful startups under his belt, the serial entrepreneur is on a mission to bring financial security to underserved communities through Bitcoin.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Obama Heads to Silicon Valley to Discuss Hacking Threats With CEOs
Security

Obama Heads to Silicon Valley to Discuss Hacking Threats With CEOs

The aim is to build support for beefing up cyber security laws in the wake of massive hacks at Target Corp, Sony Corp and Anthem Inc.
Hate Losing Your Stuff? You'll Love Tile.
Tech Startups

Hate Losing Your Stuff? You'll Love Tile.

A tracker for missing items finds big bucks
Michelle Goodman
Need a Software Engineer? Here's How Much You Can Expect to Pay. (Infographic)
Infographics

Need a Software Engineer? Here's How Much You Can Expect to Pay. (Infographic)

Consider this your salary guide for computer wizards.
Catherine Clifford
How to Rent the Apple Watch Before Buying It
Apple Watch

How to Rent the Apple Watch Before Buying It

This startup can let you take Apple's forthcoming smartwatch for a test drive.
Cadie Thompson
Meet the Techstars NYC 2015 Winter Class
Alleynyc

Meet the Techstars NYC 2015 Winter Class

The latest group of New York startups has been chosen by Techstars. They are worth watching.
Jason Saltzman
This Startup Wants to Control Your Brain With an App
Far Out Tech

This Startup Wants to Control Your Brain With an App

Wearable tech that can alter your mood is a thing now, apparently.
Clay Dillow
Are Business Ethics at a Low Ebb?
Ethics

Are Business Ethics at a Low Ebb?

The fate of startups may eventually be tied to their ability to respect customers, partners, staff and society. Is it time to adopt CEO Dov Seidman's idea?
Andrew Keen