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TEDActive is unpredictable and spontaneous and driven in large part by the participants, making connections between the attendees of the highest importance.
A diverse group of innovators and party animals gather in Palm Springs for four days of problem-solving and jamming-out in the desert.
At this year's TEDActive an inventor exhibits the Sonic Cradle, a device designed to make intense meditative experiences as easy as flipping a switch.
Robots, dinosaurs, and 3-D printers come together at Drexel University for surprising results, some of which may be quite helpful to entrepreneurs.
It’s a bad hair day for New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez. A stylist who has cut her hair several times won’t touch her locks again until she stops opposing gay marriage.
Fur flew, flatirons steamed, and platform shoes pounded the pavement all New York Fashion Week long. Now that the tents are folded, designers are—ideally—digging their heels into new-found business, and New York City is awash in cas...
A Penn State laboratory and the Office of Naval Research have jointly developed an app to maximize the impact of caffeine on productivity—without sacrificing sleep.
Comedic Twitterati join forces and create the world's second-highest-ranked hashtag in 40 minutes—all in the name of education.
Redefining the level of cuteness capable of being packed into a one-minute video, Google's newest doodle is about just a bit more than a boy meeting a girl.
Barack Obama has been blacklisted from the results of a new app rating the social influence of Twitter and Facebook followers—and the implications are cause to rethink the way we use social networks.
Has the "khaki and golf shirt" uniform that many men have mindlessly reached for in the morning been banished? New data suggests a more fashion-centric male shopper has arrived.
Not every entrepreneur’s story begins with a pair of underwear—or the lack thereof. But that’s the tale behind startup MeUndies.com, which goes to show that subscription retail is penetrating every layer of apparel.
Amateur filmmakers with some big-screen tricks up their sleeves unleash a new breed of Siri menace. Stanley Kubrick would be proud.
Robot swarm invades Pennsylvania. Motives remain a mystery.
There are few better ways to prove yourself in a business-social setting than with an informed debate about the more subtle points of fine blended Scotches—and now there's a company that let's you taste your knowledge by mixing a whisky of your own.
Establishing credibility with customers is key, but Internet companies—which don't have storefronts or live sales associates who can interact with clients—have to be creative about building that trust. Here's how they can do it.
We all know that truth is always stranger than fiction, so it’s not that much of a surprise to hear that Groupon has inspired a sitcom. But why stop there?
Do you have a catchy or extreme business card? Do you love to see the reaction of people who you hand your card to? If so, Portfolio.com wants to see what you've got.
Ever feel guilty for taking time off of work and enjoying a good book? Well, it turns out there is absolutely no need to, and reading a work of classic literature can actually make you better at business.