There is no other field of human activity—including entertainment, sports, high fashion, or politics—which is so riddled by fads as business.
The result is the SleepTracker, a watch-like monitor and alarm that users wear on their wrists to record their sleep patterns and awaken them at an optimal time within the window they have chosen.
The marketing company spent two years researching potential methods for creating a piece of fruit that mimicked the box shape of Camp’s juice cartons and eventually developed a mold that could be fitted around a piece of fruit as it began to ripen on its tree.
The poncho-like towel allows users to change underneath them without showing anything.
Robert Thomas dropped out of Stanford and was waiting to be discharged from the Marine Corps when he had the idea to hitchhike to Ohio.
On November 30, Memoto closed a month-long Kickstarter campaign that raised $550,000 to manufacture a lifelogging wearable camera.
Christian Parigger, associate professor of physics at the University of Tennessee Space Institute in Tullahoma, wants to advance the fight against cancer.
Suppose you can’t pay your mortgage, and you can’t sell your house because you owe more than it’s worth.
With many soldiers leaving service with technical and computer skills, New York-based Incline is offering training in order to help them adapt that talent to the workplace.
After the county fair, many 4-Her’s part ways with their project pigs until the following spring.