A company in Germany has developed technology that will allow commercials and other announcements to be broadcast directly into train passengers’ heads when they lean against the window.
Guy Fawkes masks, immortalized in the movie "V for Vendetta", have become a global symbol of protest and anonymity through the Occupy Wall Street movement and the Arab Spring.
The San Francisco transit strike, which is forcing hundreds of thousands of commuters to stay at home or brave clogged roads, is turning into a boon for the on-demand ride industry rooted in the Bay Area’s startup scene.
New business opportunities abound in the state of Colorado, where Amendment 64 to legalize the recreational sale and use of marijuana was recently passed with flying colors by 1.36 million enthusiastic Colorado voters.
Over the course of the next few years, fans of Dunkin’ Donuts coffee won’t have to feel guilty about having their morning cup of Joe in an environmentally damaging foam cup.
US recyclers are nervous about losing their largest market after China began enforcing new environmental laws this year.
Facebook may be going a step too far by adding unsolicited gift card suggestions to people’s status updates.
A new company hopes to make the car-buying process easier for consumers and more efficient for dealers by bringing cars to buyers for test drives, avoiding the need to spend hours at a dealership.
Electric vehicles like the Nissan Leaf and Honda Fit EV used to languish on dealership lots for months.
A new video from MinuteEarth sheds light on both capitalism and ecology, comparing big-name beers to canopy trees and microbrews to understory ferns.
As the US economy recovers from recession, America’s small businesses need to remember that going green often means making green.
How did a plant that is so easily cultivated with so many uses since it was first grown in China around 6,000 BC become illegal?
Starting this preseason, no one is allowed to bring a purse or a diaper bag into an NFL stadium thanks to a new safety rule.
On Tuesday, Variety's Brian Steinberg detailed how CNN is attempting to rebrand itself to younger viewers in its new era under President Jeff Zucker by developing programs that appeal to a wider base of viewers — and advertisers.
In a sense, all business boils down to math. But some companies have tougher equations to solve than others.
Recently, aerial drones have been used to bless festival goers with strategically placed beer drops and burrito lovers with air-borne deliveries.
Now who didn't see that coming?
Stratolaunch Inc., the Huntsville, Ala., company created by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen seeking to develop a low-cost satellite launching system, has given Orbital Sciences Corp. a contract to build the world's largest air-launched space rocket.
After a century as an only child, the Panama Canal is about to get a sister. Nicaragua announced recently that it is awarding China a contract to build an alternative to the Panama Canal, a move that could have huge implications for everything ....
As commercial uses of drones emerge, startups create software that could help the devices take flight.
Shapeways looks to software to bring down production costs and time to market in its 3-D printing factory in New York City.
Amazon plans to start delivering groceries in 40 U.S. markets, according to Reuters, in hopes of destroying/disrupting the $568 billion food marketplace.
We're proud to announce the formation of a new ebook and print book publishing company called Walking Liberty Publishing. It's a new name with old faces. You already know who's in it, we're all DPers.
Want to take a closer look at the moon, or spy on your favourite nebula? Here's your chance.
Here's Tesla's stock chart for the last year.
Some may say there’s something romantic about beef. “Black angus cattle” conjures up thoughts of tough cattle grazing on the open pastures in the rugged farmland of America’s heartland.
Remember the private mercenary army Blackwater that caused such a stir in Iraq during an unprovoked attack in 2007?
A person calling himself "John O'Connell," purportedly representing "Investor Associates, LLC," contacted the blogger via LinkedIn. O'Connell offered "four-figure" compensation to write a positive article about the company -- and when our blo
I sold an old French violin to a buyer in Canada, and the buyer disputed the label. Rather than have the violin returned to me, PayPal made the buyer DESTROY the violin in order to get his money back. They deemed the violin “counterfeit”
Mitt Romney's net worth of $250 million is well-known by virtually everyone in America: