Technology

BMW to Team Up With Tech Firms for Driverless Cars
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BMW to Team Up With Tech Firms for Driverless Cars

The company is set to announce an alliance to develop self-driving vehicles with collision detection specialist Mobileye and computer chip maker Intel.
4 Ways to Find Out How People Found Your Site on Google
Data Analysis

4 Ways to Find Out How People Found Your Site on Google

Knowing consumer search habits is a must for online marketers.
Joe Shervell
Clinton's Tech Policy Includes Student Loan Relief for Startups
Young Entrepreneurs

Clinton's Tech Policy Includes Student Loan Relief for Startups

The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee revealed a more detailed tech platform.
10 Gadgets That Can Make Your Summer Travels Easier
Technology

10 Gadgets That Can Make Your Summer Travels Easier

Keep your devices charged and your coffee at your side with these Skymall products.
Lindsay Friedman
Your Boring Bike Helmet Is About to Get a Big Tech Upgrade
Far Out Tech

Your Boring Bike Helmet Is About to Get a Big Tech Upgrade

A new Kickstarter project hopes cyclists can say bye bye to blindspots.
Jason Fell
Good Software Is Essential, Even for the Penny-Pinching Start-Up
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Good Software Is Essential, Even for the Penny-Pinching Start-Up

The Softmaker Office Suite, WorkflowMax and Socedo are just a few programs you'll need when starting your business -- and they won't break your bank.
Pratik Dholakiya
New Battery Technology Charges by Using Your Body's Energy
Far Out Tech

New Battery Technology Charges by Using Your Body's Energy

AMPY co–founder Tejas Shastry and partners developed energy harvesting technology that captures movement and turns it into power for your phone.
Microsoft Pays Woman $10,000 for Unwanted Windows 10 Update. Here Are 5 Times the Upgrade Came at the Worst Moment.
Windows 10

Microsoft Pays Woman $10,000 for Unwanted Windows 10 Update. Here Are 5 Times the Upgrade Came at the Worst Moment.

The tech giant has been on a mission to roll out the newest version of its operating system to the world.
Rose Leadem
London Startup Scene Weighs Threat of British 'Techxit'
Brexit

London Startup Scene Weighs Threat of British 'Techxit'

High-profile companies are threatening to pull out or slow down plans to enter the U.K. market, international employees are second-guessing their immigration standing and investors could cut new funding that is the lifeblood of young tech firms.
6 Reasons a Smartphone Is All You Need to Get Rolling
Smartphones

6 Reasons a Smartphone Is All You Need to Get Rolling

Today's smartphone does so much that it's almost fair to say that an entrepreneur who insists they need more is really procrastinating. Just do it.
Toby Nwazor
4 Must-See Tech-Related TED Talks That Excite and Scare Us About the Future
Technology

4 Must-See Tech-Related TED Talks That Excite and Scare Us About the Future

From a heartstring-tugging endorsement of virtual reality as an empathy booster, to a frightening vision of a world where computers take over humans, you won't want to miss these intense talks.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
The 10 Best Tech Hubs to Live and Work (Infographic)
Starting a Business

The 10 Best Tech Hubs to Live and Work (Infographic)

Don't head to Silicon Valley just yet.
Grace Reader
3 Steps to Profit With Shared Data Experiences
Big Data

3 Steps to Profit With Shared Data Experiences

As IoT connectivity expands, businesses can reap the benefits by harnessing deep integration of shared data.
Q Manning
Who Should Your Self-Driving Car Save in a Crash? You or Pedestrians?
Self-Driving Cars

Who Should Your Self-Driving Car Save in a Crash? You or Pedestrians?

Participants were much less likely to consider purchasing an autonomous vehicle if its safety algorithms were regulated by the government.