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Cloud technology helped these small companies coordinate operations, manage paperwork and control phone expenses.
App auction services such as Apptopia can turn a few thousand dollars into a new mobile opportunity for aspiring tech entrepreneurs.
With DIY programs, small businesses can join the app revolution on the cheap.
If the future of business is mobile, where are mobile apps headed? We spoke with the entrepreneur behind the first self-service app creator on the road ahead.
New nightlife apps from three young treps give scenesters the inside scoop before setting foot inside a bar or club.
Move over Dropbox. A host of services are catering to businesses' security needs.
The popular business networking site has created an app for Apple's tablet.
An early review of Google's new cloud storage and syncing service.
Given the wide range of phones and providers today, you need to carefully consider service quality, cost and features.
The popular photo sharing app will likely be acquired for $1 billion, reports say.
Here are five tips for stopping cybercrooks and snoops from making off with your mobile data.
Avoid hassles and stay on top of your plans when on the go with these low-cost apps.
When PayPal launched its newest mobile payment platform, it joined a wide selection of existing services. Here's a breakdown of the leaders.
Want to create your own app for business? These tools can help make app development easy.
Andrew Cohen of Brainscape makes dozens of educational apps. The trouble: Customers couldn't find them in Apple's App Store. Here's how he boosted sales.
Give the heave-ho to services that charge big bucks to move your money around.
Frustrated or tired of using your current accounting tool? You might want to give one of these a try.
Not sure what 'waterfall,' 'agile' or 'scrum' are? Here we explain the three most popular app development processes.
Tello notifies business owners when customer service reviews are posted.
TeamBrain maps out the tools of collaboration.
New version allows colleagues to share and access information wherever their work takes them.
These tools that can help any small business gain control of email clutter and become more organized and productive.
Short on programming talent or ideas? Consider hosting a hackathon.
Consider these factors if you're thinking about switching to Google's updated, paid offering.
A look at the most effective online tools to keep your business in the black.
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