ROBLOX, a video-gaming platform, gives tools to users to create and design their own video games.
Stanford professor Tina Seelig teaches creativity in business and says it's needed in all industries, especially in technology.
Many professional sports teams, including the Oakland Raiders, don't take electronic tickets. Gametime, a mobile app for last-minute game tickets, hopes to change that.
Apple chief Tim Cook made a reported $6.56 donation to charity and continues to make his political views public.
More digital offerings will mean better quality television, at least according to Moviepilot's Tobias Bauckhage.
Hampton Creek, a food technology company, has launched an egg-free mayonnaise and a cookie dough that are better for the environment.
A new app called Nuzzel places news from friends above traditional media and news outlets.
Ramona Pierson, founder and chief of startup Declara, creates new ways of learning with math.
Flickr and Hunch founder, Caterina Fake, has a new geo-tagging app called Findery that helps users find "a sense of place."
Mark Papermaster, chief technical officer at AMD, headed up hardware at Apple during the iPhone 4 rollout and its antenna problem.