Guest Post The key is to identify where technology can hurt -- then finding the right health and fitness tools online to help.
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Editor's Pick The race to buy a startup illustrates the hype and hopes for gesture-based technology.
We caught up with Scott Cook, the billionaire founder of Intuit, to chat about how a "lean startup" mentality is still relevant at a major company.
Amazon announced today it has acquired Goodreads, a website that gives you personalized recommendations for books.
Guest Post Here are some tools and techniques you can use to flush out problems in your mobile app design.
Publishers are already playing footsie with real-money gambling.
At the Game Developers Conference, Jennifer Siebel Newsom implored game developers to feature strong women in their games rather than highly sexualized figures.
Today, we saw some scattered investments in the $4-10 million range. Here's a shortlist of the hottest tech and clean energy deals.
Got a craving for Katz's pastrami or Magnolia Bakery's cupcakes? Goldbely will deliver straight to your city apartment.
A custom T-shirt startup is generating a huge buzz at Y Combinator's demo day. Today, it announced it made $700,000 in sales in the month of April alone.
Flightcar's founders claim they have figured out a way for San Francisco residents to avoid paying airport parking.
Guest Post Founders and venture capitalists will need to augment their teams with sales executives who can nimbly step around the challenges of contract negotiations, channel partnerships, and client services engagements.
Guest Post With all the money and effort being poured into mobile right now, why is engagement so low? Mobile developers keep on making the same mistakes.
Concierge medical group One Medical gets $30 million in a round led by Google Ventures.
The Senate has backed a repeal of a 2.3 percent tax on medical device makers that was enacted as part of Obamacare.
Editor's Pick To inspire your business strategy, we spoke to a group of entrepreneurs from startups like Lyft, Poshmark, Postmates, and Stripe. After some trial and error, they've figured out how to make money hand over fist.
Taylor More claims this is the first time anyone has sold a house in exchange for Bitcoins. "This is a good way to get in on the movement early," he said.
For Mark Snow, a 63-year-old long-time insurance executive (pictured above), it was a no brainer to start a cloud computing company. "The thought of playing golf every day is not something I look forward to," he said.
Bay Area-based Marin Software is set to sell its initial shares late on Thursday. Analysts expect to see a strong debut from the digital ad management company.
British Airways is inviting 100 guests to participate in an 11-hour hackathon during a transatlantic flight from San Francisco to London.