Companies are using technology to make food shopping more convenient. Is this how we will all shop in the future?
A new app is testing whether the economic theory behind Uber and Priceline can work in restaurants, too.
A shift toward software and data analysis has made agriculture a more appealing sector for investors, says leading venture capitalist Brook Porter.
Advances in robotics make it possible to automate tasks such as processing poultry and vegetables.
When the world’s first biotech apple won approval from U.S. and Canadian regulators this year, it demonstrated that with plenty of patience, even a farmer can develop a GM plant.
We may be heading toward a new food economy that’s more competitive and innovative.
Wireless companies and a few ambitious startups are racing to make your cell-phone calls better.
Mozilla helped an open Web flourish in the 2000s. Now it’s struggling to play a meaningful role on mobile devices.
Companies are competing to turn data into advice on how to farm better, and attracting investments from the likes of Google Ventures and Monsanto.
The HoloLens augmented-reality headset projects believable images of people into real settings.