The estimated sale price is $3.2 million to $3.4 million. Consider it a bargain — a 1968 GT40 with some serious racing and Steve McQueen film heritage sold in 2012 for $11 million, making it the most American
A bulb more efficient than an LED? Now there's a bright idea Graphene is a material with marvelous properties: It can be used to make square ice and night vision contact lenses. It can even be made from
The initial reactions to the HoloLens have been overwhelmingly positive. Business Insider's Matt Rosoff got to try it for himself on Wednesday. He says he's "convinced personal computing is on the verge
Global SaaS software revenues are forecasted to reach $106B in 2016, increasing 21% over projected 2015 spending levels. A Goldman Sachs study published this month projects that spending on cloud computing
As music downloads dwindle, streaming is the new king Onstage at the Code Conference last night, Apple's Eddy Cue and Beats' Jimmy Iovine answered some questions about the marriage of their two companies.
We’ve come across a new service called Notifyr that, in short, makes your iOS Device notifications automatically simultaniously appear as notifications on your Mac. The service is a pair of applications:
Google made a play for the skies in April when it swept in and acquired Titan Aerospace amid reports that the drone maker was being pursued by Facebook. But Google’s interest in hardware companies that
We drooled over Dutch designer Joseph Farahi’s iPhone Air concept last month, and now Farahi is back with a beautiful concept for Apple’s next generation iPhone 6c. According to Farahi’s concept, the iteration
Wearable technology has been touted as the 'next big thing' in consumer electronics. Sophie Curtis meets some of the British start-ups taking on the technology giants of Silicon Valley. Wearable technology
In the first week of July, Jay Shore got bad news. U.S. Bank and Chase informed him they were closing the accounts for his company, Coinabul, a San Diego-based precious metals buyer that sells silver gold
On Friday, the New York State Department of Financial Services announced it will be holding a public hearing on virtual currency regulation, specifically considering whether a certification called "BitLicense"
It’s been an interesting day for crypto-currency Bitcoin after its valuation passed $600 on a trading platform for the first time, while another major trading company (the world’s largest for Bitcoin)
For food producers who sell directly to consumers, credit cards are both a blessing and a curse. They're a way to do business with cashless customers, but 3 percent of every credit card sale is usually