Since launching in 2009, Quirky has rapidly changed the way the world thinks about product development.
The gTar project raised more than $200,000 in its first two days on Kickstarter.
A British technology company is aiming to bring inexpensive, self-adjustable glasses to the developing world.
Photographer Steve Winter tries out a unique gizmo to get an in-your-face view of tigers.
Paul Jr. Designs discusses how the FaroArm's technology helps it stay competitive.
At its 2012 WWDC keynote, Apple unveiled a lighter Macbook, Mountain Lion, and iOS 6.
What are innovation jobs and how do they help a community build jobs and wealth?
Struggling mobile phone maker Nokia has unveiled its first full touchscreen phones.
The chances of the U.S. falling back into recession are rising, says Harvard economist Marty Feldstein.
New technology could create driver-focused billboard ads.
Researchers at the University of Colorado are building the smallest supersonic jet engine ever made.
Researchers are working with remote-controlled vehicles to develop technology allowing them to operate without humans.
Take a look at how the federal government comes to its monthly unemployment rate and where the measure falls short.
The struggling economy is causing the head of Linda Tool to delay hiring new workers even though he has open positions.
GM CEO Dan Akerson thanks the Navy for teaching him how to lead.
Tim Cook describes the frustrating legal battles over technology patents.
Reports released Thursday all come to one conclusion -- our economy stinks.
Executive chairman Bill Ford Jr. discusses what it means to get the Ford trademark back.
Scientists have developed tiny laser-driven robots made of air bubbles that could one day be used to build microscopic structures.