At nearly $2 billion, the wearable health and fitness category is no longer a niche market.
The Digital Patriots Dinner kicked off a week of technology policy events in D.C., aimed at showcasing the importance of innovation to members of Congress and the D.C. tech policy community.
In 1995, the Internet had gone mainstream, no longer serving a specific community of academics, government agencies and tech geeks, but instead serving 40 million consumers worldwide, including 2.5 million in the U.S.
As the fourth largest city in Texas, Austin has one of the most successful startup scenes in the country.
Now in its fourth year, Eureka Park encompasses the core of CES—entrepreneurs with an innovative product or technology can show it to the world and receive coverage that they can’t get any place else.