Enterprise Innovation


  • Here's where IOT will come true in Asia

    From hype to hope, will 2015 be the year for the "Internet of Things" to materialize? CNBC's Martin Soong finds out in this report for the "Asia Tomorrow" special series.

  • NASA launches Mars test vehicle

    Watch liftoff for NASA's Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator launching from Kauai, with CNBC's Jane Wells.

  • Apple developer: Nearing 50/50 profit from Android & iOS

    Kabam CEO Kevin Chou, discusses the outlook for smartphone apps, and the upcoming launch of a Star Wars mobile game with Disney.

  • Walt Mossberg anticipates these 2 things at WWDC

    Re/code's co-executive editor Walt Mossberg, is watching for the price of Apple's music streaming service, as well as the developers kit for the Apple Watch.

  • Quincy Jones respects Taylor Swift, loves Uber

    CNBC's Kate Rogers shares highlights from her interview with music legend Quincy Jones, where he shared his thoughts on the music industry and streaming.

  • Still like Apple, outperformance won't last: McNamee

    Roger McNamee, Elevation Partners co-founder, discusses investing in Apple.

  • Force Touch & Proactive coming to iOS 9: 9to5

    Mark Gurman, 9to5 Mac senior editor, discusses supposed new iPhone product "Proactive," and how it works, Apple's focus on privacy and what to expect from the Worldwide Developers Conference today.

  • Warner Music Group

    Apple holds its Worldwide Developers Conference today and is expected to debut its own streaming music service "Apple Music." Roger McNamee, Elevation Partners co-founder, weighs in.

  • What to expect from WWDC?

    Roger McNamee, Elevation Partners co-founder, explains Google's unit volume on Android has begun to have an effect in the mobile advertising market.

  • Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla.

    The CEOs of Tesla and Facebook are examples of men possessed with large enough egos that they've carved out their own category of leadership.

  • Outsource your dirty laundry with Washio

    For busy millennials (super busy!) now you don't even have to mess with your own dirty laundry. Jane Wells reports on Washio, an on demand laundry service with investors like Ashton Kutcher and Nas.

  • Where to find a 3D-printed car in Singapore

    Ng Heong Wah, associate professor at Nanyang Technological University, discusses when the three-wheeled vehicle "NTU Venture 8" could become commercially viable.

  • Technology will change hotel industry: Loews Hotel

    Jonathan Tisch, Loews Hotel, discusses the state of hospitality in an exclusive interview with CNBC's Simon Hobbs.

  • M.I.T.'s cheetah-bot can jump hurdles.

    MIT's Cheetah robot, which has been in the making for years, can now jump over obstacles as high as 15 inches, NBC News reports.

  • Cramer's Stop Trading: Eli Lilly

    Lilly never stops innovating, says CNBC's Jim Cramer explaining why he is watching shares of the pharmaceutical giant.

  • GoPro entering virtual reality world

    Nick Woodman, GoPro's CEO says the company is introducing a six-camera device to capture 360-degree spherical video, and plans to come out with a quadcopter drone.

  • Sensorwake olfactory alarm clock.

    Guillaume Rolland, an 18-year-old French entrepreneur, wants you to wake up with SensorWake, a new, smelly innovation in alarm clock technology.

  • Rent a drone and the pilot

    The number of businesses wanting to use drones, as well as trained pilots to operate them is growing. CNBC's Jane Wells reports on how you can rent a drone.

  • What your breath tells you about your health

    Charles Michael Yim, Breathometer founder and CEO, and Kevin O'Leary, "Shark Tank" co-host, discuss two new products to hit the market: "Breeze" and "Mint."

  • Polaris: Our formula works

    Polaris Chairman and CEO Scott Wine, talks about driving innovation at the company, and keeping customers happy.