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TomTom Says Its Maps Are Destined for Self-Driving Cars

The Dutch navigation company's automotive division has won big contracts in recent months, prompting analyst upgrades and a 40 percent surge in its shares.

Reuters

Elon Musk Unveils Clean, Green Batteries to Power the World

'The issue with existing batteries is that they suck," the Tesla founder and billionaire said.

Out of the Loop on the Internet of Things? Here's a Brief Guide.

An expert weighs in on how Web 3.0 will affect small businesses.

5 Amazing Inventions That Are Helping the Visually Impaired

From shoes that tell you which direction to turn to an app that makes your iPad Braille-friendly, here are some of the coolest innovations for the blind and visually impaired.

Carly Okyle

Here's What Futurist Ray Kurzweil Is Ingesting in His Bid to Live Forever

His diet apparently consists of berries, smoked salmon, dark chocolate and a lot of pills.

Laura Entis

3 Tips for Securing Wearable Technology In the Work Place

Wearables will open new possibilities for effeciency and cyber vulnerability. It's not too early to get policies in place.

Virgin Galactic Lands in Long Beach, Unveils Plan to Launch Small Satellites Into Space

Richard Branson's commercial spaceflight venture moved into the Southern California city to build a craft that will rocket satellites, not people, into space. We caught up with Virgin Galactic's CEO for the latest details.

These Giant Robotic Ants Could One Day Replace Factory Workers

If you think real-world ants are creepy, wait until you see these artificially intelligent critters.

Only at SXSW: Our Favorite Moments

Entrepreneur's reporting team shares some of their favorite moments of the festival.

Google X Head: 'I'm Afraid of People's Reactions to Technology'

Google's 'Captain of Moonshots' on his frustration with the slow pace at which society is adapting to technological advancements.

Laura Entis

How a 3-D Printer Just Gave This Little Girl an Awesome, New Prosthetic Hand

Faith Lennox's breakthrough prosthetic 'robohand,' molded in her favorite colors, was printed and assembled in less than 24 hours, but 3-D printing gave her much more than a hand.

Should You Break Into the Wearables Market?

How savvy entrepreneurs can cash in on the trend for wearables.

Brittany Shoot