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10 Things You Didn't Realize Were Invented in the 1990s
From Google.com to Nintendo 64 -- there's much to attribute to the 1990s.
Robert Herjavec on Entrepreneurship, Working with Inventive Kids and Bringing Prototypes to Life
Is your prototype ready for the next step?
The Simplest Ideas Can Be Extremely Profitable. Here's Proof.
Gene Luoma solved a universal problem -- clogged drains -- with a strip of plastic from his garage. His device has sold 33 million units.
5 Ways to Create an Almost-There Prototype Marketing Video
Building it makes your idea real; video captures it visually. Do less of the first and more of the second to test the market sooner.
Have a Lot of Clever Ideas? License Them to the Novelty Gift Industry.
When I walked into Hallmark and saw "Sweet Darts," darts inscribed with the words 'I'm Stuck On You," I smiled. Seeing my name on the back never got old.
Are You Trying to Protect Your Idea -- or Sell It?
Do you really need a patent? It all depends on who you ask.
Ford Files a Patent to Turn Self-Driving Cars Into Movie Theaters
If the patent is ever implemented, folks would be able to watch their favorite films on the go.
How One Woman's Mission to Preserve Her Mother's Mobility Lead to a Great Invention
Read how novice inventor Lesli Jenkins Wang got the conservative medical industry to accept her Free2GoRollator late last year.
The Inventors of This Travel Jacket Set Out to Raise $20,000 With Crowdfunding and Ended Up Raising More Than $10 Million. Here's What Happened Next.
This is what it looks like to get 80,000 jackets sourced and manufactured in six months. Hint: It's one long, intense hustle.