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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.
Until now, the the Food & Drug Administration has taken a largely hands-off approach to medical apps. For those entrepreneurs who are subject to FDA scrutiny, however, the process can be daunting.
Acquiring the real-time traffic and navigation app to help Google stay competitive in mobile mapping.
Follow these steps to bring your social network to life.
The tech company's big announcement at its developer's conference next week may not be what you're expecting.
It still faces hurdles, but the computerized glasses have the potential to revolutionize the way we interact socially.
You have to be savvy about marketing your app if you want it to be a success. Waiting until it goes on the market is too late. Here are six strategies to help you get started.
As the networking giant snaps up smaller companies and commits more deeply to mobile, user engagement has increased by 40 percent.
With these tools you can collect new contacts and keep track of the ones you already have.
When Underwoods company got snapped up by Dropbox, he says the rush of money and attention has taken some getting used to. Here, the entrepreneur opens to YEs Antonio Neves.
Wickr gives users the ability to send self-destructing files securely and anonymously.
It's an often overlooked strategy, but Mobile Roadie CEO Michael Schneider says businesses can use apps to communicate with staff on their smart phones and tablets.
You can order just about anything on your smartphone, so why are you stuck in line for nachos at the ballpark? These three startups keep you in your seat and concession stands hopping.
No more waiting for a ride. Hailo aims to connect passengers and taxis within two minutes in cities all over the world.
Use these mobile tools to find parking faster, navigate smarter and even locate more desirable airplane seats.
Ribbon allows for one-click payments via any user platform.
In a major redesign, Google's popular tool will deliver maps that are tailored to a user's search history.
With a heightened emphasis on learning to code, Youth Digital wants to help the next generation of young entrepreneurs succeed.
Considering launching an app? Consider the negatives, and ask yourself these three key questions first.
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