Why it's really hard to pitch a green energy startup
It's really difficult for young energy companies to become successful. Private and public partnerships can help.
Why everyone's laughing at this $400 juicer
Juicero's reputation is getting beaten to a pulp.
Facebook shows teens that coding is cool
Facebook's TechPrep program brought teens from public schools to F8 see what coding for a living really looks look. (It involves ice cream and VR)
McDonald's mobile ordering bet could pay off
Shares of McDonald's hit an all-time high after several analysts touted the company's plans to roll out mobile ordering for all of its U.S....
Uptake CEO: We could have detected Flint's water crisis
Brad Keywell, the CEO and cofounder of Uptake Technologies, is confident that the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, could have been detected early...
Net neutrality protesters 'rickroll' Trump's FCC chairman
The fight to save the Internet is heating up -- with the help of a song the Internet loves to hate.
Verizon loses wireless customers for first time
Verizon has a lot on its plate. The Yahoo deal still hasn't closed. And now the company is facing even tougher competition from Sprint and...
Google Home recognizes your individual voice
And you can finally use multiple accounts.
This $30,000 robot will make you a salad
Sally the Salad Robot is the latest attempt to automate part of the food-service industry.
High schooler sells $1 million in custom socks
HoopSwagg is a custom socks startup founded by Brennan Agranoff, 17.
Bill Gates: Keep spending on foreign aid, it works.
Bill Gates is warning advanced economies that cuts to foreign aid will diminish their influence and make their citizens less safe.
Meet Silicon Valley's rare Trump supporter
'There's not a person in my office that shares my viewpoint.'