If we’re to believe the hype surrounding the Microsoft HoloLens, virtual reality may soon be integrated into our daily work routine.
The Village of Schaumburg claims to be the largest center for economic development in the state of Illinois outside of Chicago – with the help of the cloud.
In the late 1800s, cowboys drove cattle along this route as they followed the fabled Chisholm Trail. Now, it's long-haul truckers who ride the road.
Deep experience in dermatological science has been central to Beiersdorf’s success – as well as staying close to the market and in touch with consumers.
Commodity prices have fallen and mining companies have to deal now with shrinking margins and high costs. Here's how they can overcome it.
Anti-collision technology may be the biggest innovation in 2015 – in cars, at least. But, it's also already saving lives in others areas.
Determined to improve socioeconomic and health outcomes, Fiona Stanley Hospital forms the nucleus of an integrated health, education, and research center.
Each of these inventions are a breakthrough in their own right, but will have a different impact on the world.
Take a look at new product introductions related to The Internet of Things that will be previewed at this year's CES.
Thanks to new inventions and transformations of traditional ideas and products, 2014 was amazing and the year proved to be pivotal for tech and innovation.