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Wearable tech that can alter your mood is a thing now, apparently.
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?
Elevated Element combines unmanned technology and photography, and sales are soaring.
How can Slack, a business software company that makes a product that's less than a year old, be worth more than $1 billion?
The Cambridge, Mass., Indiegogo darling is another major money step closer to making its 'friendly' family robot a reality.
See? Bitcoin is not dead.
The San Francisco-based private company's list of investors include SpaceX backer Draper Fisher Jurvetson and Russian billionaire Yuri Milner.
While the country's high tech industry is a major growth engine and investment magnet, increasingly startups acquired by foreign buyers are then either shut down or turned into R&D centers.
AIO Robotics has developed a compact, all-in-one 3-D printer/copier/scanner/fax machine. Yes, all that in one small package.
Brooklyn, N.Y.-based BioLite aims to solve big issues with a line-up of small devices.
Gadgets and devices are great but this year's focus is going to be more on the why rather than the what.
Thanks to an ambitious think-tank upstart, the bold billionaire's vision for a Jetson-esque 'fifth mode of transport' is inching closer to reality.
In this age of information overload, startup founders who are aware and keep their heads above the competition will find success.