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Enterprise Innovation

  • Quirky products for your smart home

    Ben Kaufman, Quirky founder & CEO, talks about innovative products coming to the marketplace that will help consumers create a connected home.

  • Samsung Developer Conference 2014 in San Francisco

    Samsung is working on creating its own mobile operating system, which could help it rediscover its lost mojo, reports Re/code.

  • 'Nymi' wearable: Pay with your heart

    Karl Martin, Bionym CEO & co-founder, showcases the "Nymi" wristband that allows users to simply tap their wrists to pay for merchandise. "Nymi" uses technology that reads the unique heart rhythms of users.

  • Crowdfunding battle

    This week's Tech Crowd is a battle between two start-ups creating very different ways of cruising through the neighborhood.

  • Evernote CEO: This is tech's next big thing

    Phil Libin, CEO at Evernote, says the use of multiple devices to provide a seamless digital experience will be the next big thing in technology.

  • XPRIZE: Democratizing access to health

    XPRIZE awards millions of dollars to the most radical start-ups. Peter Diamandis, XPRIZE Foundation chairman & CEO, and the latest XPRIZE winner Eugene Chan, DNA Medicine Institute CEO, showcase the wining device.

  • ounding member of Infosys, N.R. Narayana Murthy, speaks at a press conference at the company's headquarter in Bangalore.

    N.R. Narayana Murthy, the billionaire founder of Infosys, says he expects robust growth ahead for India.

  • Jay Kimmelman

    Jay Kimmelman, CEO of Bridge International Academies, provides low cost, high-quality education in emerging economies.

  • Bob Wright

    Former NBC CEO Bob Wright's advocacy group Autism Speaks is collaborating with Google to sequence the world's largest database of autism genomes.

  • Maria Contreras-Sweet

    Maria Contreras-Sweet of the U.S. Small Business Administration has been nominated to the CNBC Next List.

  • Mark Pincus' next act

    Insight to Mark Pincus, the founder of Zynga's "Pincubator," with Re/code's Kara Swisher.

  • Coursera attracts 10 million students

    CNBC's Kayla Tausche asks Coursera CEO Daphne Koller, about how students find Coursera, the online educational platform, and innovation in the education community.

  • Apple Watch taking its time?

    Does it matter when Apple Watch launches? Lance Ulanoff, Mashable editor at large, and CNBC's Josh Lipton, discuss indications the watch may launch late.

  • Apple Watch Spring debut: Angela Ahrendts

    Apple CEO Tim Cook says the Apple Watch will go on sale early 2015. CNBC's Josh Lipton discusses if a delay will financially impact the tech giant.

  • Dot com bubble veteran

    Discussing stand out companies in today's new Nasdaq world, with Craig Kanarick, Mouth CEO and co-founder and chairman of Razorfish.

  • Google's next big innovation: Itself?

    "You have to keep reorganizing to keep your teams going," says former Medtronic CEO Bill George, discussing innovation at Google after CEO Larry Page recently discussed corporate reorganization.

  • Gaming: No longer the 'underdog'?

    Worth $93 billion, the gaming industry is one of the "most volatile plays" in the entertainment industry. Who will flourish and who will sink as the gaming world heads into a new digital era?

  • Can gaming revolutionize education?

    New York's "Mission Lab" program integrates video games into school curriculums, with the aim of encouraging creative thinking through complex game-based challenges.

  • Amazon's next big play? Gaming

    Amazon is diving into the competitive gaming industry, and could end up dominating the market by moving games to the "cloud". High resource games - which would normally require external hardware - will be rendered more easily with Amazon's servers.

  • The future of gaming

    With Microsoft and Amazon taking to the cloud, who will win and lose in the volatile gaming market?