Innovation News from Around the Web
- How 2014 Edison Awards Winner Theranos is making bank on blood
Theranos founder, Elizabeth Holmes, is taking on the laboratory-diagnostic industry with new blood testing practices which are more comfortable and more affordable for the end user. Theranos’ new partnership with Walgreens is making this service more accessible than ever. MORE
- 10 Reasons to buy an F-150 in 2015
Ford introduces innovative new makeover of the Ford F-150 under the leadership of Edison Achievement Award Winner Alan Mulally. This “best-selling truck” has undergone one of the most extensive remodels in the trucks 67 year history including an aluminum body, ecoboost engine, electronic displays and so much more. MORE
- Chevrolet Rolls Out 4G LTE Wi-Fi, Making Your Car a Truly Mobile Hotspot
Former Edison Award Winners Chevrolet, AT&T, and Onstar have partnered up to deliver vehicles equipped with built-in 4G LTE Wi-Fi capable of connecting up to seven mobile devices with a fast and reliable connection. Whether it is a business carpool or a family road trip, everyone can now stay connected on ...
- Tech investor ranks Musk high with Jobs, Edison
2014 Edison Achievement Award Winner, Elon Musk, was recognized as “as one of the most important entrepreneurs in U.S. history” by technology investor Steve Jurvetson. MORE
- Edison Awards™ Welcomes New “Down Under” Partner Hargraves Institute
Edison Awards™ has joined forces with Australia’s leading innovation organisation, Hargraves Institute (www.hargraves.com.au) to offer local Australian businesses and individuals the opportunity to be recognised for their achievements by other innovators and investors from across the world.
Hargraves Institute, as a recognised innovation champion in Australia, will be inviting its members ...