Targeted at families, the updated version of the 75-year-old View-Master has users insert a smartphone into a headset. Using a smartphone app, the gadget hopes to immerse kids in a slew of virtual worlds, from far-off cities to outer space.
The Bloomberg innovation grant city winners include Boston, L.A., Jerusalem, Seattle, and Jersey City, N.J. The Bloomberg Philanthropies grants range from $400,000 to $1 million annually for three years,
Many deemed Google Glass to be the future of wearable technology. But it's quickly losing popularity. Most developers have abandoned their attempts to develop apps for the devices, and even Google has indicated it has lost interest. Is this the end of Google Glass?
LinkedIn's "Bring In Your Parents Day," gets employees to bring their parents to the company's headquarters. The annual event hopes to bridge the generational gap by helping an older generation understand startup culture.