Sept 17- Apple Inc said a bug in its HealthKit health and fitness application platform prevented its release along with the launch of its iOS 8 operating system for iPhones and iPads. HealthKit gathers data such as blood pressure and weight from various health apps on Apple devices, and can be viewed by doctors at one place.» Read More
Steve Forbes, Forbes media chairman & editor-In-chief, and Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, discuss how implementing innovations with cheap energy will provide a renaissance in manufacturing and create more jobs.
Brian Singer, William Blair, reveals his plays in foreign currencies, including India, Indonesia, Australia and New Zealand.
Walter Isaacson of the Aspen Institute discusses Apple's deal with China Mobile and say Tim Cook still needs to bring out the "holy cow" product. He discusses Google's acquisition of Nest and weighs in on why the greatest innovations right now are coming from Google.
Paul Lee, head of technology at Deloitte, outlines his top 10 technology predictions, including smaller tablets and the growth in online education courses.
Corey Ward and Trew Quackenbush, co-founders of Tom+Chee, discuss their success after landing a deal with Barbara Corcoran on CNBC's "Shark Tank," and how reinventing comfort food brought them tasty results.
Kano Computing lets kids build their own computers using microchip "Raspberry Pi." Alex Klein, Kano Computing co-founder, discusses his business model and how he attracted backers Steve Wozniak and Yancy Strickler from Kickstarter. CNBC's Jon Fortt reports.
Jim Lentz, Toyota North America CEO, unveils the Toyota FT-1 sports car and discusses when fuel cell vehicles will become available to American car buyers.
Chris Viehbacher, Sanofi CEO, discusses the $700 million deal Sanofi struck with Alnylam and the company's growth into the treatment of genetic diseases.
A top Ford executive told a CES panel that the GPS tracking system allows Ford to know when and where drivers speed.
Paul Jacobs, Qualcomm chairman & CEO, discusses the company's migration from just mobile towards complete connectivity between devices. The Qualcomm Toq smartwatch is an example of their innovative plans for wearable tech.
Jon Brod, Confide co-founder & CEO, explains how his new app allows professionals to send and receive secure text messages that disappear after you read them.
Glenn Hubbard, Columbia Business School dean, explains why he thinks the country "needs a jolt," and why he is alarmed by the labor force participation rate.
Tod Wilson, owner of Mr. Tod's Pie Factory says his opportunity on "Shark Tank" was "life changing."
Sharif Sakr, senior European editor at Engadget, describes curved TV as a "gimmick" and says one of the exciting items at Las Vegas's consumer electronics show is the 4K display.
Walter Mossberg, Re/code.net co-executive editor, reviews the top gadgets at the annual CES conference in Las Vegas. Lyvehome synchronizes photos across multiple platforms, and Myris identifies users by scanning their iris.
Thomas Rogers, TiVo president & CEO, discusses the future of TiVo and the innovation taking place in the smart TV space. Rogers says TiVo enables you to broaden your streaming universe with its cloud DVR.
It's like a dinner party at your house. You have this beautiful guest list and you're putting it together, says Michael McCarty, Michael's New York proprietor, sharing the secrets of his restaurant's success.
Kevin O'Leary, The O'Leary Funds chairman, provides a preview of CNBC's new business reality show, "Shark Tank." This show is about what made this country great in the first place, starting your own business, says O'Leary.
Michael Chasen, founder and CEO at SocialRadar, discusses technological innovations from the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Loo Wee Teck, head of consumer electronics at Euromonitor International, says Samsung is "the victim of its own success" and is unlikely to innovate in the short-term.