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Seeing Through Walls Is the Least Cool Thing This Tech Does

Vayyar's sensor can also monitor your breathing and could be used to detect breast cancer.

This Is the Year of the Machine Learning Revolution

To predict the future, we look at the data we have about the past.

Aytekin Tank

Digital Transformation Has the Big Guys Nervous About the Little Guys

Innovating quickly during a digital transformation is essential for businesses to stay alive in the face of competition.

Elizabeth Gore

Your Swag Is Not Your Company

Handing out free stuff at your next trade show isn't likely to close any deals. Invest instead in training and bringing the right people to represent your business.

Monica Zent

Twilio IPO Exceeds Expectations, Despite Brexit Angst

The communications software provider on Wednesday defied stock market volatility by raising $150 million.

Reuters

How to Build Incredible, Game-Changing Technology Fast (and Right)

To stand out in the market, hit on customers' pain points -- and solve them -- before someone beats you to it.

Kuty Shalev

This Founder Launched a $14,000 Smartphone Immediately After Laying Off Employees at His Other Startup

People in Israel's tight-knit startup community are talking about the reported death, and the odd life, of once high-flying startup Mobli.

Julie Bort

10 Tech Companies to Watch - Entrepreneur's Brilliant 100

These companies are harnessing the power of technology to improve most aspects of life, from education to shopping and gun safety.

Financial Tech Startups Compete for U.S. Immigrant Market

Upstart firms -- along with expanding digital and mobile options from Western Union and MoneyGram -- are helping immigrants deepen their roots in the United States at a time when incendiary anti-immigration rhetoric dominates national politics.

Reuters

8 Tech Pioneers to Watch

From online formal wear to people's posture to personal storage, these tech companies aim to improve, maybe revolutionize, our lives.

Darrah Brustein

How Giphy Became the Internet's Go-To Gif Brand

Giphy is taking on the biggest, weirdest branding challenge online today: How to become the go-to company for a new kind of internet culture.

Jason Feifer