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  • 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.

  • Inspiring brilliance

    Itay Talgam, former conductor and "The Ignorant Maestro" author, says CEOs need to lead like a conductor in order to inspire brilliance within their companies.

  • Rallying together for a ride

    Rally Bus connects you with other riders who are traveling to the same event or destination and delivers high-end buses for transport. How the service works, with founder and CEO Numaan Akram.

  • Google self-driving cars for the summer

    The first autonomous vehicle Google has made will begin driving on public roads in northern California this summer, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.

  • App scores last minute sports tickets

    Brad Griffith, Gametime CEO, and Jeff Mallett, former Yahoo COO, talk about a new ticketing app that allows consumers to buy last-minute seats to sporting events.

  • This firm uses 3-D printed engines for its rockets

    Peter Beck, CEO of RocketLab, explains how the company uses 3-D printed rocket engines to put its small satellites into space at a much lower cost.

  • Will $ continue to rush into on-demand?

    John Elton, Greycroft Partner, and Sucharita Mulpuru-Kodali, Forrester Research, debate whether the on-demand economy will last.

  • The on-demand economy

    Is the on-demand economy a bubble, or a look at the future? CNBC's Josh Lipton breaks it down.

  • 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.