Editor’s Pick In the event that this divisive case reaches the California courts, it will have far reaching implications for the entire health care industry.
Editor’s Pick 15 examples of technology that will roster your faith in humanity, or is just plain cool!
NTT’s center will focus on cloud security, big data applications, and mobile technologies. A spokesperson told me that the company will be eyeing startups for potential acquisitions.
At a cloud computing conference in San Francisco, two of our country’s youngest-ever elected statesmen discussed the convergence of politics and tech.
Twitter announced on Sept. 12 that it had filed a confidential S-1 in preparation for going public. The questions are: Why? Why now? And what will the IPO do to the Twitter we know and love?
Guest Post I have come to believe that, yes, the Internet is killing innovation. So let me plant some seeds of doubt in your biased pro-Internet love fest.
Zuora provides the tools to help businesses move from selling products to subscription models.
Editor’s Pick In the still-nascent digital health space, Apple could serve as a regulator of sorts — a platform, perhaps or a hub — just as it has done with smartphone apps, music, podcasts, and even online courses.
Most of us will not consider our bank to be a hotbed of innovation. But banks are toying with various open source projects, and are rapidly developing ways to help you manage and share money from a smartphone.
Norwest Venture Partners partner Matthew Howard shares his views on what large tech companies can do to keep up with startups in a rapidly changing world.
Pay for the richest 200 CEOs continues to rise, and it’s not usually tied very closely to their companies’ performance.
Editor’s Pick Android’s market share is a joke, and most tech writers aren’t getting the punchline.
There are two key problems that require immediate remediation in Congress, according to the coalition of companies, politicians, and nonprofits: jobs, and fairness.
Guest Post Tesla made it clear that being a great entrepreneur — one who commercialized a critical standard that powers innovation 125 years later — isn’t necessarily about the money.
Entrepreneurs enrolled in the accelerator will get $20,000 in seed capital to help jumpstart new digital health businesses.
Editor’s Pick Venture capital is drying up for early-stage medical devices. Experts say that American patients are already “missing out” on the most innovative treatment options.
“The world is going to change radically — and we get to invent the great innovation that will make that happen,” Imagine K12 founder Tim Brady told us.
“iPhone 5 sales have failed to impress. There’s been a lack of innovation over the past few years to come up with the next great device, and consumers have filed to see any differentiation. Samsung has captured the market.”
Should human genes be patented? The Supreme Court is weighing in today in a landmark case that will have an enormous impact on the future of science, technology and medicine.
Guest Post Innovation teams don’t work: They just demoralize everyone at your company who isn’t on the team. So how do you successfully build a culture of innovation?
Residents of Auvergne, a province in south central France, may soon receive their daily paper by drone.
Sometimes the mother of invention is not necessity, but a strange, compulsive craving that won’t go away until you give in to it.
Guest Post I believe we’re on the threshold of far greater growth — growth that will impact more people, in more age groups, and across more industries than ever before.
Guest Post Why I think Apple’s infinite loop is turning gradually finite.
Why are there so many Pinterest clones and subscription-commerce sites? It’s all thanks to a decade of engineering that has made it cheaper to start a company than ever before.
Speaking at Goldman Sachs’ Technology and Internet conference in San Francisco, Apple CEO Tim Cook said his company was the “center of innovation.”
Innovation is dead at Dell — or at least according to HP, which says that Dell’s proposed buyout is going to spell bad news for Dell’s customers.
Guest Post We need to appreciate that Apple’s so-called disappointing performance is still extraordinary by many measures, and that it has the capabilities to keep winning in its markets, which it may yet redefine with more blockbuster products.
Public companies are safer, more boring, less innovative, and take fewer risks than startups, right? Stanford professor Shai Bernstein tracked almost 2000 technology companies to find out.
Guest Post Two once-great analog companies, Polaroid and Fujifilm, have struggled with the transition to the digital economy — but with different results.
Tablets, the quantified self movement, big data, new user interface paradigms, and the return of manufacturing jobs to the U.S. will help shape the coming year.
Editor’s Pick The Zipcar sale will pave the way for the domination of peer-to-peer services.
Guest Post Innovation. It’s what makes new markets. It’s what creates new opportunities for companies to grow dramatically. And it’s what creates demand when consumers don’t even know they want something.
Microsoft could give its mobile operating system a boost by subsidizing phones itself, rather than waiting for carriers to do that.
Google is no stranger to philanthropy, but that’s not stopping the company from doing more.
Guest Post Continuous disruption will be the norm for corporations in the 21st century — or at least the ones that want to survive.
Box and Yammer’s cofounders explain how user-experience design may be a solution for large companies getting their “asses handed to them” by scrappy startups.
“It’s been an incredible year … a truly prolific year of innovation for Apple,” Tim Cook said today. He’s right.
The biggest opportunities for investors are in big data and efficiency.
That’s the line coming from Scott Stanford, the co-head Internet banker of Goldman Sachs.
Editor’s Pick Debate raged at TechCrunch Disrupt over whether technology startups can unseat the powers-that-be.