Technology

Brain Break: Watch This Kid's Virtual Reality Wipeout
Funny Videos

Brain Break: Watch This Kid's Virtual Reality Wipeout

The rise of VR has had its share of flops. Some are funnier than others.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Most U.K. Health and Tech Startups Are Aiming for Acquisition
Radicals & Visionaries

Most U.K. Health and Tech Startups Are Aiming for Acquisition

Around 59 percent of business startups in the country share the goal, according to a new report
Lindsay Friedman
'I Want My MTV' Is Now 'I Want My MStreamingTVApp'
Streaming TV

'I Want My MTV' Is Now 'I Want My MStreamingTVApp'

Cable TV is fast becoming obsolete with cord-cutting apps such as Hulu, Pluto TV and Amazon Prime taking over.
Peter Daisyme
128-Year-Old Kodak Looks to the Future With Launch of Instagram Competitor
Apps

128-Year-Old Kodak Looks to the Future With Launch of Instagram Competitor

The company's new app aims to take the noise out of social media and photo sharing.
Nina Zipkin
Jump-Start Your Startup Process With Ingenious Apps Like Canva, Grasshopper and Slack
Marketing Bootcamp

Jump-Start Your Startup Process With Ingenious Apps Like Canva, Grasshopper and Slack

Ready to get a leg up on website design and turn your smartphone into a professional business line? Check out these seven essential apps.
Matthew Toren
The Latest From Napster Co-Founder: A Service That Costs $50 to Watch New Movies at Home
Movies

The Latest From Napster Co-Founder: A Service That Costs $50 to Watch New Movies at Home

Movie studios and theater partners have been grappling with ways to get more people to see their films.
This New High-Tech Wonder Bra May Help Detect Breast Cancer
Technology

This New High-Tech Wonder Bra May Help Detect Breast Cancer

The invention uses infrared sensors to monitor temperature.
Lindsay Friedman
How Shutterstock Is Training Its System to Help You Find Better Photos
Marketing Bootcamp

How Shutterstock Is Training Its System to Help You Find Better Photos

The image service has rolled out new tools based on its research into deep learning.
Nina Zipkin
Xerox's New Tech Scans Documents in One Language Then Prints Them in Another
International Business

Xerox's New Tech Scans Documents in One Language Then Prints Them in Another

The Easy Translator Service is available through the company's multifunction printers, a web portal and an iOS and Android app.
Nina Zipkin
HR Analytics: How Should Big Data Be Used in the Workplace?
Big Data

HR Analytics: How Should Big Data Be Used in the Workplace?

When it comes to your workforce, decisions should be informed by data, but made by people.
Matt Straz
The Robots Will Take Our Jobs. Here's Why Futurist Ray Kurzweil Isn't Worried.
Robots

The Robots Will Take Our Jobs. Here's Why Futurist Ray Kurzweil Isn't Worried.

'We are going to have new types of jobs creating new types of dollars that don't exist yet,' says the inventor and futurist.
Catherine Clifford
The Entrepreneur's Guide to Hiring a Kickass Growth Hacker
Growth Hacking

The Entrepreneur's Guide to Hiring a Kickass Growth Hacker

First, understand what it is: a mindset, 'a person whose true north is growth.'
Neil Patel
Ford Files a Patent to Turn Self-Driving Cars Into Movie Theaters
Technology

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.
Lindsay Friedman
Don't Despair, ID Theft Is Not Inevitable
Identity Theft

Don't Despair, ID Theft Is Not Inevitable

Can one person protect their data when governments and large corporations routinely report cyberthefts? Actually, you can.
Tom Pageler