Ever fantasize about making money by doing what you love? We've profiled Laura O'Neill (pictured, serving ice cream) and several others who have done just that.
After years of struggle, PharmaJet is becoming the most unlikely leader in a movement to replace needles worldwide.
There’s a new breed of high-tech giveaways that is more likely to make an impression with clients than T-shirts or umbrellas. We tested a variety of gadgets to find those that look good -- and actually work.
We tested three programs to see how they performed against malware and viruses.
We tested three new speakerphones to see if they can improve the quality of conference calls.
Ever send a snide e-mail you wish you had deleted instead? ToneCheck, a plug-in for Microsoft Outlook, will help you self-censor your nastiest e-mail missives.
The story behind the IcyBag.
These websites offer a convenient way to find short-term apartment and house rentals, and a measure of protection.
Think of it as Expedia for private jets. A new website called flyRuby lets you search for and book flights from a variety of charter services all in one place.
Entrepreneur Matt Heinz explains how he uses TimeSvr to deal with administrative tasks and even a few personal errands.
When he's not working on a celebrity client's hair, Oscar Blandi takes part in extreme sports like heli-skiing. Here are two things that he can't live without.
Looking for a camera to take 3-D panoramic photos? Consider the new Sony DSC-TX9 Cyber-shot.
Civil engineer Chris Rehmann tends to some 1,200 orchids in his backyard greenhouse.
One reason solar power is so expensive is that the energy-harnessing silicon wafers inside most solar panels are difficult to manufacture. 1366 Technologies is changing that.
If you want to build an innovative company, you had better make it your business to find employees who think outside the box.