Everyone's getting in the speech recognition game, so why not Amazon?
The bolt-on water meter that could make it easier for residents to consumer water more efficiently
"A man who carries a cat by the tail learns something he can learn in no other way," Mark Twain once said. What most venture capitalists lack is not brains, but experience.
The unlikely but true story of your next favorite media powerhouse
Come along with us and meet the faces of southern innovation as we recap what we learned below the Mason Dixon
The Lamp Post Group has synthesized an alchemical startup environment from Chattanooga's disparate social scenes
Renting a venue is a complicated offline process. Atlanta startup LeadingSpaces wants to change that, but it's not alone
If these Georgia entrepreneurs succeed, shipping container farming will yield "local everywhere" food
A simple app that lets you thank the restaurant workers, baristas, and other people who make your life better
A look at how startups find mentors and money in the Southeast's biggest metro area
An inveterate inventor lands on a winning design for a multifunctional backpack
Savannah's got a warm community of innovators dedicated to helping each other out
iBuzzn wants to replace the restaurant buzzer with a sophisticated customer management system
A long time proponent of electric vehicles gets a shot at making his dream a reality
A visit to the creative den of Joystick Labs, an accelerator geared toward boosting videogame startups
Funded by a national community, these entrepreneurs hone their business plans in local startup incubators.
Durham is home to more than the Duke basketball team: its downtown core has become a hub of startup activity
Savannah's startup scene has a firm aeronautics footing thanks to the local presence of Gulfstream, and a ready supply of hip, young designers
Thoughts and sights from Washington to Richmond and on to Durham
After helping define Tumblr's mobile strategy, they want to be a mobile 'runway' for other young companies
A random email landed Marc LaFountain a job with one of the hottest startups around -- and happened to bring Tumblr to Richmond