News and Articles About Tech Startups
Los Angeles has long been a mecca for creative types. Now it's attracting techies too.
To spur innovation, some support giving academics more freedom to start entrepreneurial ventures.
Selling subscriptions during the development phase allowed the company to pay the rent, and what you can learn from it.
Fee-based entrepreneurship accelerators and incubators are increasingly sprouting up. We take a look at some new programs and consider whether they're worth your time.
When Apple introduced its Newsstand feature last October, this startup was poised to provide much of the digital content magazine subscribers wanted.
Founders of this tech startup transformed the flash drive into an intelligent interactive marketing platform that produces real analytics.
The tech giant opened its developer conference up to teens as young as 13 this year. But perhaps the company should be even more inclusive? We take a look at the even-younger app makers making waves today.
Priceonomics scours the web for the best prices to create an objective guide for consumers,
Vitaband gives exercisers a comfortable alternative to carrying cash or cards
The technology pioneer reflects on the changing industry and what he's working on next.
The location app's former head of business development discusses where his next job as an entrepreneur-in-residence at Andreessen Horowitz will land him.
New York is claiming ever more tech cred these days. Steven Rosenbaum, the city's first Entrepreneur at Large, discusses the Big Apple and the burgeoning idea of curation.
The popular blogger and social media fanatic on where technology is headed and what an entrepreneur needs to make it there.
The entrepreneur and investor on what's needed to be successful in the evolving world of tech.
Forget coders and engineers, some companies are touting their designers' acumen as what really helps them stand out.
The microblogging-site founder dishes about the evolution of Tumblr and why he loves the Big Apple.
We spoke with the young entrepreneur about his experience as a founding team member at Pinterest and his new company Gumroad.
With so many startups trying to follow in Facebook's -- and now Instagram's -- footsteps, they're forgetting one very important element: money.
Using easy-to-understand technology, Independa helps seniors stay well on their own.
PooPrints uses DNA samples to track down dumping doggies and the scofflaws who don't pick up after them
For those interested in catering to Chinese customers, it helps to have ties to America.
A walkthrough of the event's first-ever exhibit area for startup companies.
Groupon went public to overwhelming demand. But will the surge help melt the near-frozen IPO market?
In the latest post from our short blog series on the autobiography of Steve Jobs, we look at his vision and drive that made the tech giant what it is today.
Before starting Apple, Jobs and fellow electronics enthusiast Steve Wozniak had another business idea.