News and Articles About Apps
Bjorn Jeffery delves into why serendipity led to his success in innovation.
Founded by a former Yahoo search and advertising executive, the startup is Marissa Mayer's 19th purchase for the tech giant.
Crushpath's easy-to-use software connects social media feeds and Salesforce software into one convenient package.
After one popular app's privacy snafu, here's a look at what you should consider when developing your own mobile apps.
The new device lets you view all types of content from any internet-connected device on your TV.
A New York tech startup has combined diapers with a mobile app to give parents real-time health info on their babies.
Comic-Con is sold out. Comic book movies are cleaning up. Are comic books a thing of the past? Not if these digital startups can help it.
The tech giant acquires the Toronto-based data-mapping startup in an apparent effort to beef up its Maps app.
Founder Andy Kurtzig calls Pearl.com "the Amazon.com of professional services," and he has plans to expand into the app market.
Sure, apps function a lot like websites. But there are three key differences. Michael Schneider of Mobile Roadie has more.
Choosing the right platform for your mobile app isn't always an easy decision. Here are three factors to help you develop a strategy moving forward.
After a year and a half at Facebook, Josh Williams says he plans to stay in San Francisco and 'work on something new.'
Forget Gangnam Style. The song's namesake has a lot more going for it in the entrepreneurial sphere.
Five years ago, Apple launched its App Store. We examine its far-reaching effects on how businesses price, sell and deliver goods and how they market to customers.
The tech giant has redesigned its popular mobile app for navigation.
To mark Apple's big day, we checked the numbers to revisit several of the most downloaded apps for business.
Here's how you can simplify the process and reduce the stress and frustration of an unruly email account.
Busy entrepreneurs have little time to devote to learning about the coolest and helpful apps. Here, we do the legwork for you.
One of the world's richest men is investing in the startup best known for helping music fans identify catchy songs.
The mailbox app lets users schedule, delete and archive messages with a simple swipe.
Digg Reader and Feedly are two alternatives to Google Reader.
Despite a list of new features, the major thing that drove people crazy still exists in Windows 8.1.
Ever heard of Gesture Search? It can help save time and offer a less distracting way for business users to search their Android devices.
The tech giant already is already a leader in maps, but here's why the billion-dollar acquisition can make sense.
These web apps can help you know if your remote workers are on task or slacking off.