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  • Quirky is No. 15 on Disruptor 50

    Quirky takes ordinary ideas and turns them into real products. Quirky's CEO Ben Kaufman, discusses the success of his company in unlocking people's ideas.

  • Cramer goes inside IBM's Watson

    IBM CFO Martin Schroeter explains the use for cognitive computer Watson in health care, how IBM has monetized the technology and IBM's partnership with Twitter.

  • Sell-driving car crashes

    Four out of about fifty self-driving cars have been in accidents recently, but in all four crashes, another driver was reportedly at fault. CNBC's Phil LeBeau has the details.

  • Channeling parking ticket rage into app millions

    Thousands of dollars in parking tickets got two entrepreneurs thinking. Now Chicago-based SpotHero is simplifying parking pain for drivers nationwide.

  • Surfing the greens with golf's new cart

    Jeff Dowell, GolfBoard president, and Laird Hamilton, Golfboard co-founder, discuss how they would like to change the golfing experience by introducing a new way to get around the course.

  • New initiatives for drone regulation

    NBC News' Gabe Gutierrez reports live from a drone convention on commercial drone tests and new initiatives that explore drone regulations.

  • Pitbull: Music biz should have partnered with Steve Jobs

    International music star Armando Christian Perez also known as Pitbull discusses his upcoming partnership with Sirius Radio and music's role in technology, with CNBC's Melissa Lee.

  • Pitbull loves to see growth & innovation

    International music star Armando Christian Perez also known as "Pitbull", discusses the growth, innovation and opportunities at the eMerge Americas Conference in Miami, with CNBC's Melissa Lee.

  • Elon Musk says batteries suck; Pro says no

    Elon Musk announced a new line of batteries for homes, businesses and utilities. Colin Rusch, Northland Capital Markets, says there are decent solutions that are more effective.

  • Tesla's battery bet

    Elon Musk is building out the ecosystem for electric batteries, explains CNBC's Phil LeBeau. Elon Musk launched a line of batteries for homes, businesses and utilities.

  • Highfive for videoconferencing

    Shan Sinha, Highfive founder and CEO, discusses how people and businesses can become better connected via videoconferencing.

  • Don't look like a geek with your wearable tech: Sol Republic CEO

    Kevin Lee, Sol Republic CEO, discusses the innovation of headphones and wearable technology.

  • Uber's impact on car trends

    Discussing the economic impact of Uber, Bill Gurley, Benchmark Capital general partner.

  • Google's blazing fast Internet

    Google has reportedly spent close to $1 billion on its Google Fiber service in Kansas City. CNBC's Kate Rogers reports the web giant rolled out the product in waves first to homes, then to small businesses.

  • Google Fiber connects with US heartland

    CNBC's Kate Rogers is in Kansas City with a look at what high-speed Internet has done for the region.

  • Xiaomi steps up action camera battle

    Xiaomi is now going after GoPro with its action camera, reports CNBC's Eunice Yoon.

  • Tech in the house

    Michael Nunez, Popular Science technology editor, discusses which tech giant is winning in the race for the smart home market.

  • LiquiGlide solves the stickiest of ketchup problems...

    Those days of pounding the bottom of that ketchup bottle may be over if a new product succeeds in hitting the mainstream.

  • Europe could outpace the United States in the digital revolution, Cisco Systems chief John Chambers tells CNBC.

  • Singapore: What it takes to build a smart city

    Singapore has been seen as a good example of a sustainable smart city, but the use of technology is not without its downsides. CNBC's Pauline Chiou reports.