On January 22nd renowned gun maker Smith & Wesson joined Sturm, Ruger, & Co., by announcing it would cease California sales of its semi-automatic pistols due to microstamping requirements that went into effect last year.
Get ready for the next era in retail—one that will be characterized by far fewer shops and smaller stores.
The technology behind Avegant's Glyph would make any sci-fi fan wet themselves.
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For the most part, cattle in America are seen not as animals or living, breathing entities, but as commodities—products to be bought and sold for consumption.
Netflix appears to be killing HBO and its brethren in premium cable TV, according to new data from NPD Group, the big market research company.
A North Texas health clinic has begun to accept bitcoin as payment.
Chris Granger is a computer programmer who thinks programming kinda sucks.
Net neutrality is an incredibly important issue, but it’s hard to know what to pay attention to when people throw around jargon like “common carriers” and “reclassification.”
Ecuador’s President Rafael Correa has unveiled the country’s first domestically made unmanned aerial vehicle. The drone is to help Quito fight drug traffic and will also be on sale in South America, costing “7 times less” than its Israeli equivalent.
Two of the largest retailers in America are steamrolling toward bankruptcy.
Wal-Mart is the dominant retailer in America.
Wall Street's analysts have the tough task of estimating what a company will earn in a quarter.
Is your laptop secure? In the age of widespread snooping from the NSA and so many others, do you really know that your machine is safe?
I've never owned a 3D-printed anything, so I leapt at the chance to spend a Shapeways gift card on myself and buy a new wallet.
There are three million fewer teens using Facebook in the U.S. than there were in 2011, according to iStrategy Labs, a digital agency that has tracked "addressable" Facebook users in the Facebook ad system.
Forget what you are hearing about stiffer mortgage lending requirements. It’s not true. Real estate expert Fabian Calvo says, “If you can fog up a mirror or you have a pulse, they will give you a home loan.
A summit held Tuesday by Wells Fargo focused on bitcoin, and ways the largest U.S. bank can get into the bitcoin business.
Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne goes to town on Keynesian Crony Paul Krugman in this brief interview. Byrne blasts Krugman for everything from his "unethical" involvement in the Enron debacle to his present day view that "the market failed so we need mor
From the first scene, the new Axe Super Bowl commercial feels like nothing the brand has produced before.
Tesla took a drubbing in October and November last year, but the stock is gathering steam again.
Bank of America just reported an earnings beat, but its mortgage business — a sector everyone's been watching — was a disappointment.
My first post on the subject caused a lot of confusion. In private messages people were kind of mystified: what does this have to do with us USA patriot libertarian types? It's going to have everything to do with us and our future. The time has ar
PayPal president David Marcus is trying to make nice with bitcoin, the digital currency that could ultimately become a big competitor to his company’s massively popular online payments service.
The US Supreme Court upheld biotech giant Monsanto’s claims on genetically-engineered seed patents and the company’s ability to sue farmers whose fields are inadvertently contaminated with Monsanto materials.
For years, Hugo Barra was one of the most visible executives at Google.
Weather Channel CEO David Kenny says it's possible that DirecTV may never carry his programming again.
Hybrid Technology Holdings, which thought it had its bid for bankrupt Fisker Automotive all sewed up, isn't letting go easily.