If you want to succeed in business in 2015 and beyond, you have to invest in data like these companies.
We live online. And that means we are creating data all day, every day. Tons of it.
The video streaming service, owned by Twitter, says it has 10 million registered accounts.
The newest product from iRobot, makers of the Roomba, will be a lawn mower that wirelessly connects with signal beacons.
Apps can't run your business for you but they can help keep the avalanche of details from burying you.
The pay-per-click advertising program will be permanently discontinued in October.
Force Touch allows users to press down firmly to find other features within apps with fewer steps.
The search giant is breaking into smaller units and adopting an umbrella-company strategy.
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The groundbreaking haptic wearable also delivers texts, turn-by-turn directions and ebook readouts, all by touch alone.
Space gardens mean more delicious meals aboard the International Space Station, and they are also a critical development for the march towards life on Mars.
Clearpath Robotics says its robots are fundamentally different from the ones Amazon uses.
Computer engineer Hunter Scott claims to have won four contests a day for nine months.
Samy Kamkar's 'Rolljam' device can steal codes from keyless items. Sweet dreams, readers.
The company is testing new products, looking for sales partners, hiring software experts and learning from its previous mistakes.
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