Aereo, the upstart television technology that aimed to take on cable, revealed today that they are officially shutting down operations. The company announced that effective November 12, the company is shuttering its Boston office and laying off its 43 local employees (while others will stay until the operations officially close). Read MoreThis drop, that oceanYou can send money to the Ebola effort on Facebook
With rescue robots, bionic arms, and microscopic drones on the docket, it seems the military is no stranger to far-our futuristic technologies. But this time they've gone after a concept straight out of science fiction: 3-D printed food. And the military’s research lab based in Natick is leading the charge. Read MoreOut of OfficeOut of Office: Acquia jams with George Clinton and P-Funk
Forget free lunches or afternoon massages. With egg-freezing and targeted cancer tests now on offer, technology companies are demonstrating that pricey medical treatments may be among the best perks they can provide their employees.
Members of the Boston tech community have always been known for innovating, and now that entrepreneurial, creative spirit is being transferred to how that community is giving back. Read MoreBusses, Trains, and Mobile AppsWanderu loads up on funding