News and Articles About Technology Startups
The impulse may be to rush to market, but taking the time to understand your potential customers will go a long way.
Three Western locales previously considered vacation destinations are now alternatives to Silicon Valley life at a much more affordable price.
Why reinvent the wheel when you can take what's worked for others and apply those principles directly to your business?
All founders can be seen as either artists, entrepreneurs or managers. Often multitasking, they may need in time to choose to focus on their strengths.
Swipe right for mega money. Or not. Tinder almost just hit the hottie jackpot. Or so everyone thought, until...
One startup has launched a game-changing service that swaps bitcoins for dollars and puts them on a prepaid debit card that works in regular ATM machines.
From mobile financial planning to a new way to share a ride, these are the hot companies coming from the Bay Area.
The Google-owned startup has halted sales of its hand-gestured smoke alarm because -- oops -- it might not go off during a real fire.
There is still a staggering low number of female founders in the tech industry. Here is some advice on how ladies can get started.
Encourage your staff to be tech-forward. Give them the time and tools to experiment
The ability to code has several advantages for business leaders, especially those in the tech world.
The CEO of NatureBox shares the apps that help him build company culture, manage staff and keep in touch.
The San Mateo, Calif.-based company announced today that it plans to go public.
We scoured the Eureka Park startup area for the most interesting-looking technologies. Here's what we found.
To ring in the New Year, small businesses need to start off on the right foot. Here are the most effective ways new technologies can help small businesses punch above their weight class and increase profits in 2014.
With 590 U.S. technology companies in the IPO pipeline, 2014 is looking to be a good year.
Boulder, Colo.-based Ubooly has raised $2.5 million in venture capital money and just recently blown its second Kickstarter campaign out of the water.
We look at a trio of hot tech niche startups that stirred up some buzz at the big tech event in San Francisco this week.
These U.S. metro regions have the highest ratio of tech startups compared to the national average.
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.
After a year and a half at Facebook, Josh Williams says he plans to stay in San Francisco and 'work on something new.'
Michael and Xochi Birch plan a major revamp for the social site but say they won't be competing with Facebook.
Until now, the the Food & Drug Administration has taken a largely hands-off approach to medical apps. For those entrepreneurs who are subject to FDA scrutiny, however, the process can be daunting.
A four-year computer science degree is so yesterday. These intensive programs can turn you into a developer in under 12 weeks.