San Francisco based startup Inkling has launched an iPad app to bring interactive textbooks to the tablet computer.
Director of Soccer Antonio Zea talks about the technology behind the design of the 2010 World Cup soccer ball.
Miox can scale its water-purification system from a handheld device up to industrial and municipal use.
Cloud computing startup Workday is trying to convince big companies to adopt its payroll and workforce-management tools.
The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette protects its circulation by charging for online content.
An Internet-based virtual assistant and a tabletop touch screen are two projects the tech giant is working on.
The coffeehouse chain tries to filter out competition by selling upscale drip coffee.
Minnesotan company extracts commercially viable iron concentrate from mining waste.
Jansport's new line of bags touts straps and back panels that are softer on the body.
The Napa Valley winery is using web-based sensors to track the temperature of its wine.
Chevron uses computer modeling to track work crews at its Kern River Field in Bakersfield, Ca.
The Jelly Belly Candy Company's new robotic system helps cut costs for the independent candymaker.
Caritas Christi Health Care invests $70 million in IT to lower patient costs.
The athletic apparel company is counting on its design software to give it an edge in the crowded running shoe sector.
Kirkland, Wash. based Kenworth is using supercomputers to increase their trucks' fuel efficiency.