Enterprise Innovation


  • When music technology strikes the right note

    Yoni Bloch, Interlude CEO, talks about an interactive video that allows fans to not only choose an animated storyline but to play around with the orchestrations as well.

  • *Samsung Bioepis files suit against AbbVie in UK. SEOUL, April 4- Samsung Bioepis Co Ltd, which aims to become a force in the fledgling biosimilar drugs industry, has filed a lawsuit against the originator of the world's best-selling drug, to stop it blocking the launch of its own version. The unit of South Korea's Samsung Group, along with partner and minority...

  • Should we fear robots?

    Discussing the future of robotics and artificial intelligence including their impact on jobs with Martin Ford, Author of "Rise of the Robots: Technology and the Threat of a Jobless Future," and Oren Etzioni, Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence CEO.

  • The Pentagon will partner with a consortium of 89 universities, manufacturers, non-profits, and other groups to establish an institute that would research materials "that can see, hear, sense, communicate, store energy, regulate temperature, monitor health, change color, and much more," Defense Secretary Ash Carter said on Friday. The Pentagon has awarded $75...

  • The juice box that caught Silicon Valley's eye

    Juicero is winning over investors with this pitch: a $700 juicer

  • *Sovaldi's Japan sales helped boost Gilead Q4 results. TOKYO, April 1- Global drugmakers said they could cut research spending in Japan due to new rules requiring them to slash prices on some blockbuster drugs, including Gilead Sciences Inc's highly effective but expensive hepatitis C drug, Sovaldi. Policies focusing on medical costs rather than advanced...

  • WASHINGTON, April 1- The Pentagon said on Friday it awarded $75 million for the creation of an institute organized by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to develop high-tech fibers and textiles. The Revolutionary Fibers and Textiles Manufacturing Innovation Institute will be based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and bring together a consortium of 89...

  • Elon Musk

    One Tesla shareholder affirms his confidence in the performance of the company's upcoming Model 3 electric car.

  • Alphabet's bet on Nest in trouble?

    Mark Bergen, Associate Editor at Re/code, talks about potential trouble in paradise for Alphabet's $3 billion bet on Nest Labs and the acquisition of Dropcam.

  • Email overload

    Start-ups have come up with some out-of-the-box solutions to an age-old email problem plaguing creative professionals.

  • The power of productivity

    Charles Duhigg, reporter for The New York Times and author of "Smarter Faster Better," discusses the role of technology in productivity in life and business.

  • Airware's slice of the drone market

    Jonathan Downey, CEO of Airware, and John Chambers, former Cisco CEO and Airware investor, discuss the drone company's outlook for the commercial drone market and technological advances in the space.

  • Zup helps big business to innovate

    Felipe Almeida, co-founder of Zup, says his company helps other firms improve their customer service and increase their revenue.

  • Microsoft's jump into A.I.

    Lance Ulanoff, Editor-at-Large at Mashable, and CNBC's Jon Fortt discuss Microsoft's racist chatbot and how we can shape the future of artificial intelligence like Cortana and other automated bots.

  • SAN FRANCISCO, March 30- The latest version of Microsoft Corp's Windows operating system has 270 million active users eight months after launch, the world's largest software company said on Wednesday. The number, announced by executive Terry Myerson at Microsoft's annual gathering for developers in San Francisco, represents a solid start for Windows 10...

  • Real competition in virtual reality

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on Facebook's launch of its Oculus Rift virtual reality headset, and the FMHR traders discuss the stock.

  • Doing business in the cloud

    Discussing the business intelligence and analytics space, with Josh James, founder and CEO of computer software company Domo.

  • Who will buy into the 'awe & wonder' of virtual reality?

    Discussing whether mainstream consumers will buy up virtual reality products, and if the products could save PCs, with Tom Bollich, Zynga co-founder, and John Riccitiello, Unity Technologies CEO. The Oculus Rift from Facebook is on sale today.

  • Apple pre-orders predictions

    Pre-orders for the iPhone SE and a new iPad Pro are beginning. What will customers go for, with Amit Daryanani, RBC Capital Markets analyst.

  • LONDON, March 23- European planemaker Airbus unveiled a new cabin brand on Wednesday designed to help cost-conscious airlines carry more passengers on long-haul flights while avoiding additional discomfort. The move reflects the rivalry between major planemakers to jazz up interiors and give airlines more flexibility on cabins as the industry...