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Enterprise Innovation

  • "It's the first time people with an iPhone will be able to pick up the phone normally, or just listen to music, without any additional devices," said Jan Janssen, senior vice president of research and development at Cochlear, in an interview. Colorado- based Cochlear's processors gather sound from the environment, turning it into an electrical signal and send it to an...

  • Node takes on AI

    Falon Fatemi, Node.io founder & CEO and former Google employee, discusses her path from Google to building her artificial intelligence platform company.

  • It will hard to keep general AI in a box: Dick Costolo

    Dick Costolo, Index Ventures mentor and former Twitter CEO, discuss the rhetoric between Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk on the future of artificial intelligence.

  • BIRMINGHAM/ LONDON, July 24- Britain launched a 246 million-pound fund on Monday to boost the development and manufacturing of electric batteries, a major growth area for the car and energy sectors. It is designed to take a more hands-on approach to developing key industries to help protect the economy as Britain leaves the European Union.

  • NEW YORK, July 21- Digital currency bitcoin on Friday averted a split into two currencies after its network supported an upgrade to its software that would enhance its ability to process an increasing number of transactions. Demand for bitcoin has grown in eight years to a market capitalization of more than $40 billion. After hitting record high near $3,000,...

  • Can Elon Musk actually get his east coast Hyperloop?

    With Elon Musk's Boring Company trying to get approval for a Hyperloop system between New York and Washington D.C., Michael Horodniceanu, NYU Civil Engineering Advisory Board and former MTA Capital Construction president, and James Pethokoukis, American Enterprise Institute analyst, weigh in on the likelihood of project getting a greenlight.

  • Food truck millionaires

    CNBC's Kate Rogers takes a look at how two food truck owners turned their single-truck enterprises into multi-million dollar businesses.

  • SkySafe to work with government on drone mitigation

    SkySafe CEO Grant Jordan discusses the proliferation of consumer drones and how his company is working with the Department of Defense to combat malicious drone use.

  • Tired of multiple password hassle? Your face may offer a simpler solution

    Steve Platt, Experian Group president, and Tom Grissen, Daon CEO, discuss biometric technology and how consumers can increase their digital security through facial recognition and fingerprint technology.

  • NEW YORK, July 19- Amazon.com Inc has launched a social feature called Spark that allows members to showcase and purchase products on its platforms, the retail giant's first clear move into the world of social media. Spark, which is currently only available for Amazon's premium paying Prime members, encourages users to share photos and videos, just like popular...

  • Former Google exec is teaming up with the Mayo Clinic to help prevent a major cause of sudden death

    Vic Gundotra, Alive Cor CEO, discusses his company's partnership with the Mayo Clinic for its heart monitoring device as well as the future for technology in health care and the wearables market.

  • July 19- Facebook Inc plans to launch a subscription-based news product, and will begin initial tests in October, TheStreet reported on Tuesday, citing the social media company's news partnerships head Campbell Brown at a conference. The feature is likely to allow publishers to create a paywall on Facebook's Instant Articles and guide readers to a...

  • China's rise in tech has been spurred by large firms such as Tencent and Alibaba that paved the way for other local firms to follow.

  • WINCHESTER, England, July 18- The Bank of England unveiled its first plastic 10 pound note on Tuesday, which features 19th century novelist Jane Austen and will be available to the public from Sept. 14. She was buried in Winchester Cathedral in 1817, and completed many of her best-known works such as "Pride and Prejudice" and "Emma" in the village of Chawton, 15 miles...

  • *Middle East rival to Uber launches in occupied West Bank. RAMALLAH, West Bank, July 18- Careem, a Middle Eastern rival to Uber, has become the first ride-hailing firm to operate in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. There is certainly a market for easier ride-hailing among the nearly 3 million Palestinians living in the West Bank, but the fact the mobile network is...

  • A group representing major technology firms including Alphabet Inc and Facebook Inc urged the FCC to abandon plans to rescind the rules barring internet service providers from hindering consumer access to web content or offering paid "fast lanes." The Internet Association said in its filing with the FCC that dismantling the rules "will create significant...

  • Big question on AI is who's in control of it: Recode's Kara Swisher

    Recode's Kara Swisher weighs in on Elon Musk's comments on artificial intelligence regulation.

  • NEW YORK— Walmart is pushing convenience for the back-to-school shopping season as it tries to compete better with Amazon. The world's largest retailer is making hundreds of school staples like notebooks and pens available through its online grocery shopping service that offers curbside pickup at the store. Walmart has also integrated TeacherLists into a...

  • *Q3 revenue seen at $8.12- $8.22 bln range vs $7.06 bln in Q2. TAIPEI, July 13- Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co, the world's largest contract chipmaker and a key Apple supplier, forecast third-quarter revenue to rise at least 15 percent from the last quarter due to new mobile devices-related product launches. Taiwan's most valuable company, which has a...

  • Amit Midha of Dell EMC says changes driven by technology will result in greater human-machine engagement and improvements in productivity.