The Virgin Group founder invests in the crowdfunding startup. "I certainly would have tried" Indiegogo, he tells CNET.
Solar-powered phone chargers for the developing world, 3D-printed satellites and bespoke shoes for the masses have won the backing of Sir Richard Branson.
In a frank admission about commercial flight safety beyond Earth, the man behind Virgin's flights into space admits there is no margin for error.
The startup still hasn't revealed how it's product will work, but it scores a personal investment from the successful entrepreneur and founder of Virgin Group.
The cloud storage service is reborn with a new name, LinkedIn users can build followers, and a golden upgrade to the HTC One could be revealed next month.
There's a point at which science fiction becomes reality. For these products and services -- even jetpacks! -- the time is now.
Virgin Media offers discounts on the Apple iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C if you're a TV and broadband customer -- but they're still not cheap.
And that's twice as many followers as the first runner-up among LinkedIn Influencers, U.S. President Barack Obama.
Conversational queries reveal a one-hit wonder of the 1990s and Richard Branson in drag, among other results.
Virgin Group CEO Richard Branson says businesses need to take the lead on global warming and replacing fossil fuels to avoid to "the mother of all recessions."