There will be bidding for one of Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak's original Apple 1 computers... that still works.
Photographer Steve Winter tries out a unique gizmo to get an in-your-face view of tigers.
Journalist John Hockenberry tells a personal story inspired by a pair of flashy wheels in a wheelchair-parts catalog. These wheels showed him that good design is all about creating with intent.
The Department of Transportation is issuing new guidelines for car companies to cut down on distracted driving incidents. Meanwhile, car manufacturers are responding by offering new technology to help keep drivers safe.
What are innovation jobs and how do they help a community build jobs and wealth? Enrico Moretti, author of "The New Geography of Jobs" shares his findings.
One New Jersey family was living the middle-class dream - until they lost their jobs and savings. Their story is a reminder of how quickly things can go bad when unemployment strikes.
Here is a look at a history of tech demos gone awry, from Apple's Wi-Fi problems to Airtime's failure to launch.
Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke says the 'trend has been going on for 35 years' and that he supports measures to strengthen the middle class.
The chances of the U.S. falling back into recession are rising and more stimulus from the Fed won't do much good either, says Harvard economist Marty Feldstein.
Air Force researchers are working with remote-controlled vehicles to develop technology allowing them to operate without human pilots.
Jenna Wortham, technology reporter for the New York Times, introduces new applications that have the potential to offer the private experience missing from Facebook and Twitter.
GM CEO Dan Akerson says he never expected to run an automaker, and thanks the Navy for teaching him how to lead.
In this intimate talk filmed at TED's offices, energy innovator Amory Lovins shows how to get the US off oil and coal by 2050. The key is integrating all four energy-using sectors—and four kinds of innovation.
Since launching in 2009, Quirky has rapidly changed the way the world thinks about product development. It brings two brand new consumer products to market each week, by enabling a fluid conversation between a global community and Quirky's expert product design staff. It also allows inventors to bring their new ideas to life.
Watch a busload of eager and motivated entrepreneurs race the clock to build a useful app during 72-hour ride to SXSW (South by Southwest).
In an interview at the AllThingsD conference, Apple CEO describes the frustrating legal battles over technology patents.
Here is how the federal government comes to its monthly unemployment rate and where the measure falls short. Keep this in mind the next time you read an article that cites various job statistics.
A new space age begins as the first privately owned vessel reaches the International Space Station. Space Exploration Technologies, or SpaceX, docked its Dragon cargo ship one week after an aborted rocket launch.
Executive chairman Bill Ford Jr. discusses what it means to get the Ford trademark back after the once-struggling automakers' credit rating was boosted.