Wearables will only continue to grow in new markets and is expected to amass $50 billion in the next five years. With the New Year around the corner, here are three wearable tech trends to watch in 2014.
You'd think that as a mom and pediatrician I'd be happy about the idea of continuous monitoring and continuous reassurance. But I'm not.
As we look back on 2013, it has certainly been a year of increasing scrutiny and criticism of capital markets trading participants.
Ranging from shower curtains to protective cases, these accessories often find a home in our pockets, purses and, yes, even bathrooms.
I knew that there were promising startups and growth companies all over the country that needed talent to expand and thrive. I knew firsthand that there was an army of talented, ambitious, somewhat directionless young people who'd love to work for a startup.
The hackathon realm is buzzing with the news of Intel's acquisition of Hacker League, the internet hub of many hackathons.
When I needed a new roof on my house in 2009, I researched putting roofing in that could produce electricity from photovoltaic solar tiles.
So would future website creation be led by non-professional amateurs and hobbyists using DIY solutions? If so, what role would professional designers play in this evolving market?
Despite the fact that Facebook celebrates its tenth birthday in 2014, many of us are still grappling with social media as we continue trying to find the best ways to make it work for us.
This is a story of how a one-woman run fashion startup helps one female tech entrepreneur on a global mission to bridge the digital divide for rural women in America.
What's Gary's secret to success? He might tell you that he works harder than anyone else and that he's a builder, not someone who tears things and others down to reach the top. But overall, and in my opinion, Gary cares.
I decided for my upcoming business trip to New York City, I am going to embrace the revolution. Instead of using a taxi from the airport, I will use another company that embraces such called Uber.
There was a strong emphasis on energy efficiency in the Energy Excelerator's selected winners.
If you do anything at all on the internet, you are going to get haters. As a matter of fact, 50 percent of internet users have engaged in hating, trolling, downvoting, bashing and ironic hashtagging. That's science, guys.
The real question is, if you're doing your homework, checking Facebook and watching TV at the same time, are you really absorbing anything that's going on? The real answer is no, and that took me longer than I would like to admit to realize.
The holidays are right around the corner. It's no wonder I've got shopping on the mind. And as with the contagion of Christmas music in a mall, I can't help but join the carol of intrigue surrounding the new health care marketplace.