One English company believes fingerprint readers are unreliable and is working on an alternative. Bloomberg's Jessica Howard takes a look at vein-recognition technology.
3-D printing has been around since the 1980s and it's set to be a $3 billion business by 2016. The old guard is gobbling up the new, and hiring in a major way. Bloomberg Television's Betty Liu takes a look at where the jobs are.
Performance of Tech Stock Buybacks: Watch the video as Olivia Sterns reports on the performance of tech stock buybacks. It may surprise you.
Bloomberg Television’s “Lunch Money” Host Adam Johnson reports on network equipment giant Cisco cutting 5% of its work force.
Brian Blair, principal and senior tech analyst at Wedge Partners and Barry Ritholtz, CEO at Fusioniq, discuss the merits of Elon Musk's Hyperloop proposal for cross country travel. They speak on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Surveillance."
The Hyperloop is here, in its full, theoretical glory. After keeping the public in suspense for about a year, Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla Motors and Space Exploration Technologies, has finally revealed some concrete details of what he sees as a new, superfast mode of solar-powered transportation. (Source: Bloomberg)
Just how many people use Facebook each Month? Inside the numbers behind Facebook's users and how much money the social media giant makes.
Bloomberg News spoke with Zach Harvey, one of the founders of Lamassu, who are making ATMs for people to buy Bitcoins. He tells us how it works and why he thinks they'll catch on.
It seems that every week, the market brings us more controversy. First, it was the flash crash and market manipulation. Then it was the infamous BP oil spill. Now, governments around the world are threatening to ban Blackberry services because they can't spy on its users...
As the battle between Google and Apple rages on, you can bet the end result will be plenty of new and engaging toys for us. Things are heating up and we`re looking forward to the new technoligies that will not only make our lives easier, but much more interesting.
A quick look at how using the internet to share stories can move our industry forward.