Start-ups: Better Beer and Coffee with Brewbot and Bonaverde
Home brewing gets an upgrade
Home brewing gets an upgrade
Airbnb: Peer-to-peer. Monkey Parking: JerkTech. But how do you tell the difference?
Photographer Doug Menuez spent 15 years embedded in NeXT, Apple, Adobe, and other Silicon Valley tech companies and came away with a lifetime of stories
Seemed like this weekend everybody was Uber’ing, Lyft’ing, or Airbnb’ing (and it wasn’t just about the $30 coupons floating around).
A 6-3 decision says TV streaming startup Aereo's "personal antenna" model violates copyright
Checking in on Light Up and Roominate as the founders fine-tune the designs and get them out into the world
Whether Kickstarter is an answer to the funding gap for nanotech companies remains to be seen
Its “walk-away safe” nuclear reactor would run on spent fuel
Just funded for $9.7 million, Light is keeping its plans behind closed doors, but a few beams of information have slipped out
Don't dismiss the Garden State's long history of innovation
Are videogames to blame for the rise of the tech-bro?
Google's $500 million purchase of Skybox will give the search giant faster updates of map images and a path to worldwide Internet access
These startups are neither sameware, vaporware, or lameware
Hands-free operation of bomb-defusing robots, sign language translation, and more surprising apps come out of the Leap Axlr8r
The sprit of a place comes from historical circumstances that are unlikely to be reproduced
Can therapeutic mobile games help patients with cognitive illnesses?
LibraTax automatically calculates gains and losses on Bitcoin transactions
A tech boom will shake up commercial satellite imaging
Silicon Valley start-up employees ask: if you’re being paid in “equity,” shouldn’t you be able to find out just what that means?
The CEO of the embattled start-up is aiming at the heart of cable television
A half century after its founding, IEEE Spectrum has validated the vision of a small group of far-sighted engineers
Haxlr8’s latest class of startups returns from Shenzhen, China, where they engineered products to be ready for mass manufacture
A start-up toy company intends to convince a million girls to be engineers: and this video just may help
A rising star is changing the Web server world
Startup Ambri opens a factory for bulk storage batteries as it plans to commercialized its MIT-born technology
Skully Helmets puts a heads-up display, a rear-view camera, and a GPS navigation system—in a motorcycle helmet
A new 3-D printing facility in New York City brings the Dutch spin-off closer to its customers
Our personal favorite from DemoFall 2013: Real Clarity—a hearing aid for the iPod generation
Bounce Imaging’s Explorer Ball could do reconnaissance for military troops and emergency responders
Google Glass in the hospital looks like a good idea, in the retail store, not so much