100 Brilliant Companies
These companies put useful technology in the palm of your hand -- or on your finger or in a dog collar or in a sock for infants...
It was all for a good cause.
'If you're in the trenches, you want to have a machine gun, a grenade, a mine on hand,' Samsung's VP of smartphone product planning said.
BACtrack, a privately held medical device maker, took the $200,000 top prize in the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Wearable Biosensor Challenge.
SkyTran is challenged to convince cities to update their aging infrastructure.
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Far Out Tech
A Brazilian startup hopes to bring this innovative wheelchair to market in the next two years.
By fostering confidence you'll nurture an atmosphere of creativity organization-wide.
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Small businesses are steadily on the rise, and are projected to only get more popular in the coming years.
Using smart hubs and virtual reality, office designers are focusing on productivity, innovation and community.
Tile, a startup that makes Bluetooth-enabled trackers, and Jaguar Land Rover are working together so its vehicles will know where you left your stuff.