Of the 60 percent of college students that attend a community college, 70 percent are not college ready once they finish their studies at the community institute. Querium's trying to fix that disparity.

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When Paul Snow first bought Bitcoin on a whim, he never expected it would go this far.

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For the right price, amateur shooters can make the same shots as world-class marksmen.

South by Southwest 2014 is a wrap. It’s hard to take in all that was packed into the week, so we have compiled 19 photos sampling the atmosphere throughout the festival.

Take a look inside the mysterious events that are changing everything from the way people learn to how companies are developing.

By directly addressing customer needs and delivering products at low shipping costs, LivingDirect.com has not only changed the online appliance retailer’s profits, it has changed its founder.

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When other tech entrepreneurs scrambled to carve out their own niches at the beginning of the smartphone boom in 2007, Alan Knitowski saw the bigger picture.

uShip's coding strategy is easier on its developers and results in less bugs.

The first annual uMAD overnight bootcamp filled the Bill Gates computer science center. See photos and more.

Austin startup, Atlas, plans to produce fitness wristband that will pick up slack left by Nike + Fuleband and Fitbit