They're small, but they're defining accessories for Apple's new iPhone and iPods. And if you're looking to buy them, be prepared to wait.
I will be attending the Pop!Tech conference in Camden, Maine this week. For the twelfth year, Pop!Tech will convene a network of 600 remarkable thinkers, doers, leaders, and global change agents in science, technology, social innovation, business, environ
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News Corp.'s Peter Chernin says that premium Internet video will help Internet publishers create scarcity in a sea of online ad inventory. What that means: more money.
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Researchers dissect an 18-foot-long oarfish and discover some more unusual creatures on the inside.
Freewaters, an eco-conscious California footwear maker, says it will provide someone with a year of drinking water for each pair sold.
Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have analyzed the top phrases of successful -- and unsuccessful -- Kickstarter campaigns. Hint: mentioning cats doesn't hurt.
An Australian company called Bigcommerce hangs ads with a mathematical conundrum for its telephone number. It says no one has solved it.