Healthcare giant McKesson uses robots to make filling prescriptions faster and more reliable.
Calif.-based BitGravity brings HD streaming online for a fraction of the traditional cost.
Cambridge, Mass.-based E-Ink makes the screen technology used in most of today's e-books.
Park City, Utah-based startup Skullcandy is gaining steam by designing headphones that are both flashy and functional.
The San Francisco-based startup Scribd makes putting your writings online a snap.
Sunnyvale-based startup SiBeam makes sending HD material to your TV wireless.
Startup Chumby is trying to add a customized internet service to any digital display - from digital photo frames to your television.
California-based Ooma offers its subscribers unlimited domestic calls and may soon provide a variety of data services too.
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