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The Minerva Project aims to create a high-status online university. Instead, it may be the sign of a venture-capital bubble in online education.
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Many entrepreneurs foresee vast profits in mining data from online activity and mobile devices. One Wharton business school professor strongly disagrees.
For people who can’t afford a bank account, there’s a prepaid card called Green Dot.
How a sunglasses entrepreneur helped end the golden age of the 35-millimeter film camera.
Companies like Facebook and Zynga are making a mint from storefronts embedded into games.
Broadening demographic reach makes entertainment software appealing for branding campaigns.
As governments all over the world move their IT to the cloud, they are becoming some of Google and Microsoft’s most coveted customers.
Is technology for monitoring sick people in their homes good medicine? One Yale cardiologist says the case hasn’t been proved.
Highly efficient use of technology from Lagos to Nairobi reveals a less-is-more aesthetic.