Enterprise Innovation


  • 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.

  • Apple Watch 'solid first gen' product: Fresco News CEO

    John Meyer, Fresco News founder & CEO, shares his thoughts on Apple's Watch. I think it's a great first generation product, says Meyer.

  • Ben Kaufman, founder and chief executive officer of Quirky Inc.

    Quirky has announced another major partnership—this time with Harman International, a maker of audio equipment, to develop new headphones.

  • Living inside Quirky's world: CEO

    Ben Kaufman, Quirky founder & CEO, explains how he takes the best ideas and turns them into consumer products. Kaufman discusses their partnership with Harman and General Electric.

  • 60 seconds to a fully charged battery

    Researchers at Stanford University have invented a battery that can fully charge in as little as one minute, with CNBC's Josh Lipton and Phil LeBeau.

  • Transforming the CEO's inbox

    This startup is disrupting status reporting tools for CEOs. UpdateZen founder Paul Ruderman explains how.

  • Meet the smart car

    "The connected car shifts the competitive advantage from the mechanical parts of a car to the electronic parts." Brian Johnson, Barclays auto analyst, tells CNBC.

  • Freeman A. Hrabowski, III, president of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County

    Think video games are just for fun? Think again. They're part of the future of learning, says UMBC President Freeman Hrabowski.

  • Tesla's Musk: New product coming, not a car

    CNBC's Sue Herera reports on the latest tweets from Tesla CEO Elon Musk, revealing Tesla's new product will not be a car.

  • How this Indian firm is bridging the digital divide

    Suneet Tuli, President & CEO at Datawind, a tech firm that focuses on providing cost effective web access, explains the company's business strategy.

  • Silicon Valley's unicorns

    Unicorns in Silicon Valley are startups valued at $10 billion and higher. CNBC's Josh Lipton looks at which technology startups are getting the most attention.

  • Fear gone in Silicon Valley: McNamee

    Roger McNamee, Elevation Partners co-founder, discusses what he believes is a bubble brewing in Silicon Valley.

  • Chicago's skyline reflects on a sculpture in Millennium Park.

    Move over Silicon Valley. The Windy City has become an incubator for start-ups attracting the attention of venture capitalists.

  • Man writing business concept on board

    Innovation is also known as creative destruction for good reason: It wipes out companies. Prepare for these 6 trends before it's too late.

  • Apple augmented reality coming?

    Gene Munster, Piper Jaffray, discusses Apple's possible plans to take a try at augmented reality.

  • Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk speaking in Detroit, January 13, 2015.

    Tesla CEO Elon Musk shared his prediction for the car industry. In the future, he says, driving may be outlawed.

  • 'Rise of the Rest' winner: Pear Deck

    Steve Case, Case Foundation chairman and AOL co-founder and former CEO, and Riley Eymon-Lynch, Pear Deck CEO, discuss the creation of an interactive device that engages students, and promoting entrepreneurship in the U.S.