Since 2012, Microsoft and Google have been the most active FAMGA corporates in the gaming industry. But each of the 5 big tech giants is betting on the future of gaming in some strategic way.
From digitizing cards to AI-powered rewards to blockchain-based programs, these startups are upgrading the traditional loyalty & rewards space.
Microsoft has applied for over 1,000 patents related to artificial intelligence or machine learning since 2012. These patents illustrate the use of AI in areas like healthcare, financial services, security, and more.
We examine how five startups are using different technologies and strategies to help retailers cut down on costs associated with product returns.
With the proliferation of mobile apps and connected devices, we’re beginning to see a number of fertility tools and solutions emerge. We look at what the future of women's fertility may look like and the technologies that could take us there.
Energy efficiency doesn't have to be uncomfortable. Smart buildings are finding new ways to balance occupant comfort with increased efficiency, decreased costs, and lower emissions.
UPS, Walmart, and APL are a few of the logistics titans piloting blockchain technology.
We analyzed how EVs are using V2G technology and second-life batteries to work closely with the grid.
We dive into why investors are betting on the home equity space, and the types of products offered by home equity startups.