Why do we — humans — use tech? So we can get food delivered to us in half an hour and so the children in Tonga can upload their Minecraft videos to YouTube. No, seriously, why do we? Because we want to solve real-world problems; we want to ensure that what we want is what…
Crowdspring CEO Ross Kimbarovsky was tired of lackluster web design offered by expensive firms. So he democratized the industry by allowing young artists sell their work to businesses needing design services. The rest is success. Listen to this episode of Technori LIVE on WGN Radio: Crowdspring gives artists a foot in the door
Have you recently sent an important email to someone and are currently waiting for a response back? Maybe it’s taken longer than three days for them to respond. Maybe five days, maybe an entire week. You were probably just trying to meet up for a coffee, set up a phone call, or get your foot…
John talks to Ellison Eyewear founder Aristotle Loumis about how he’s disrupting the eyewear industry and leaning on his Greek heritage to make stylish shades. Ellison is raising capital via Republic’s Equity Crowdfunding portal and here’s how you can get involved!
Did you know polling systems STILL use the obsolete Windows XP to pick our president? Technori Stories host John Rosin will fill you in on this and more. Thanks to Chicago Ideas for the informative panel on #NationalSecurity!
You’ve heard of crowdfunding, but do you actually know how it started? No, well, here ya Go… Impromptu History professor John Rosin takes us all on a trip down memory lane!
Carrie Shaw created Embodied Labs in Chicago by using virtual reality to educate medical students and doctors. Now instead of looking at a textbook or a picture, they can look through the eyes of their patients.
Minecraft, one of the world’s most popular video games, is being used in schools. What benefits can video games bring to the classroom?
Zika is a health risk, but is especially dangerous for pregnant women and infants. Learn how Maternova helps prevents mosquitos from spreading Zika and other viruses. Scott