Microsoft and Gates Foundation co-founder Bill Gates fondly remembers reading through his parents' set of World Book Encyclopedias in alphabetical order when he was a child (his company would later publish
No lines, no registers, no self-checkout machines Amazon just unveiled a grocery store without lines or checkout counters. Amazon Go, a 1800-square-foot retail space located in the company’s hometown Seattle,
Proper questioning has become a lost art. The curious four-year-old asks a lot of questions — incessant streams of “Why?” and “Why not?” might sound familiar — but as we grow older, our questioning decreases.
Your iPhone could soon become the key to your smart home. Apple is apparently preparing to step into home automation in a big way, unveiling software that will allow an iPhone to control home lighting,
There's no shortage of documentaries that convey what it's like to be an entrepreneur. Which is a good thing because all too often entrepreneurs feel as if they're alone in their experience, or unaware
Some may be obvious, like watching out for typos and misspelled words, but others might be more sneaky job-hunting mistakes. Editor’s Note: This is one of the most-read leadership articles of 2014. Click
Marshall T. Rose was recently at the O’Reilly Video Studio to discuss The Thing System, an open-source solution for both home automation and controlling the internet of things. It’s currently in alpha,
Kid-friendly smartwatch Filip finally has its carrier partner — AT&T. While the Filip smartwatch can do a lot, probably its most interesting feature is that it can function as a standalone phone. That’s
You probably thought your Uncle Henry was a little weird (and annoying) when he kept showing you how many more Nike FuelBand calories he needed to burn/earn to reach his preset daily goal. But what’s is
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Now that summer is officially over, the kids are back to school, and the office is no longer a revolving door of vacation schedules, it's
Could be convenient Here's a twist on knowing thy heart. A startup is looking to manufacture a wristband that recognizes its wearer by his or her heartbeat. The wristband, called Nymi, then communicates
Twelve-year-old electronics prodigy Quin Etnyre wanted to make education more fun. So he became a teacher. Quin Etnyre walks to the front of a crowded room at Deezmaker 3D Printers and Hackerspace in California.
In the second part of BBC Future’s Imagineering series, British firm Conran reimagines the digital camera with some of the retro joys of analogue photography. Forgotten that old-school feeling of waiting