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App Developers

Don't Build Your App for 100 Million Users

Creating software that can accommodate large volumes of customers takes a lot of time and money. It's better to build something that you can ensure will launch.
Zach Ferres
5 Great Gadgets for Entrepreneurs Revealed at CES 2015
CES 2015

5 Great Gadgets for Entrepreneurs Revealed at CES 2015

These tech solutions will save you time, space and headaches.
David Gerzof-Richard
Duolingo, the Chart-Topping Language App, Unveils a Platform for Teachers
Growth Strategies

Duolingo, the Chart-Topping Language App, Unveils a Platform for Teachers

The new classroom dashboard is just one way the learning startup wants to make education more accessible for everyone.
Nina Zipkin
5 Ways to Maintain Brand Engagement on Mobile After the Holiday Rush
Mobile

5 Ways to Maintain Brand Engagement on Mobile After the Holiday Rush

Here are a few pointers on how to beat the holiday burnout and keep customers wanting more.
5 Trends That Will Shape Retail in 2015
Predictions 2015

5 Trends That Will Shape Retail in 2015

Retailers in 2014 worked harder than ever to fuse their physical and online stores. Here's what's in store for 2015.
Krystina Gustafson
NYC Wants Drivers to Pay For Parking Tickets Via Apple Pay, Mobile Apps and Bitcoin
Payments and collections

NYC Wants Drivers to Pay For Parking Tickets Via Apple Pay, Mobile Apps and Bitcoin

Officials believe a revamped system would ultimately cut down on the losses the city incurs each year from unpaid violations.
Geoff Weiss
Chinese Smartphone Maker Xiaomi Valued at $45 Billion
News and trends

Chinese Smartphone Maker Xiaomi Valued at $45 Billion

The company raised a fresh $1.1 billion from investors and is currently the No. 3 smartphone company in the world behind Samsung and Apple.
For the First Time, an Emoji Has Been Named the Most Popular Word of the Year
News and trends

For the First Time, an Emoji Has Been Named the Most Popular Word of the Year

The heart emoji appears billions of times per day across blogs, Twitter, Facebook and major news outlets, according to a study by the Global Language Monitor, an Austin-based analytics firm.
Geoff Weiss
Samsung Reportedly Killing Galaxy Alpha Smartphone
Smartphones

Samsung Reportedly Killing Galaxy Alpha Smartphone

The mobile giant is rumored to be discontinuing the Alpha after a few short months on the market.
Lisa Eadicicco
3 Tech Challenges That Keep Entrepreneurs Up at Night
Challenges

3 Tech Challenges That Keep Entrepreneurs Up at Night

In this age of information overload, startup founders who are aware and keep their heads above the competition will find success.
Wayne Dennison
Pebble Gets Even Smarter, Rolls Out Interactive Notifications for Android Users
Smartwatches

Pebble Gets Even Smarter, Rolls Out Interactive Notifications for Android Users

Attention Android-loving Pebble people: More nerdy smartwatch goodness is now yours.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
What to Think About When Selecting Collaborative Tools
How To

What to Think About When Selecting Collaborative Tools

Know which features are important when selecting solutions for team collaboration.
Carly Okyle
The Best iPhone Apps of the Year, According to Apple
iPhone apps

The Best iPhone Apps of the Year, According to Apple

This year's list contains a mixture of everything -- from helpful productivity apps to cutting-edge games with stunning graphics.
What the Future Holds for Voice Quality in Conference Calls (Infographic)
Virtual meetings

What the Future Holds for Voice Quality in Conference Calls (Infographic)

Advances in telecommunications and audio improvements will modernize the way people work remotely.