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How This Unlikely App Made It to the Top of the App Store Rankings
Apps

How This Unlikely App Made It to the Top of the App Store Rankings

An app that lets school teachers communicate with students and parents hit the number 11 spot this week.
Ari Levy
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The EMV Liability Shift is Coming. Prepare Your Business.

Download this free guide for the essential steps to protecting your sales, profits and brand before the critical Oct. 1 deadline.
More People Have a Summer 'Streaming' List Than a Summer Reading List (Infographic)
Online Video

More People Have a Summer 'Streaming' List Than a Summer Reading List (Infographic)

All over the country, people are curling up with YouTube and Netflix.
Geoff Weiss
How to Deal With Increasingly Picky Business-Software Buyers
User Experience

How to Deal With Increasingly Picky Business-Software Buyers

Great UXpectations! The dark days of poor UX are finally lifting. Is your company involved?
Dharmesh Shah
Ditch Email, and Instead Use These 3 Tools at Your Startup
Email

Ditch Email, and Instead Use These 3 Tools at Your Startup

Your team should despise email because it saps their time and their productivity. There are better options out there.
Sujan Patel
It's Official: Apple to Unveil New iPhone September 9
Apple

It's Official: Apple to Unveil New iPhone September 9

Siri's a real charmer when she drops hints.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
The Sneaky, Brilliant Way Google Recruits Some of Its Workers
Google

The Sneaky, Brilliant Way Google Recruits Some of Its Workers

Solve the puzzle, score a job? Here's how a brand new Googler says he did.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
NYC Taxi Industry Takes Aim at Uber With New App
Uber

NYC Taxi Industry Takes Aim at Uber With New App

Arro is a new smartphone app that lets users hail and pay for cab rides in the Big Apple, one of the most hotly contested markets for ride hailing.
Catherine Clifford
In Windows 10, Parents Are Able to Spy on Kids by Default
Windows 10

In Windows 10, Parents Are Able to Spy on Kids by Default

A feature turned on by default sends parents a comprehensive weekly report of their children's web activity.
How an Accidental Email Sent to 33,000 People Created a 'Reply All' Nightmare
Email

How an Accidental Email Sent to 33,000 People Created a 'Reply All' Nightmare

Hundreds of emails were sent, many begging others to stop replying all.
Kate Taylor
Has the Ashley Madison Hacker Been Identified?
Ashley Madison

Has the Ashley Madison Hacker Been Identified?

A security researcher has found clues via Twitter.
Benjamin Snyder
Intuit Launches New Online QuickBooks App for Windows
Accounting

Intuit Launches New Online QuickBooks App for Windows

The new PC product gives small business owners direct access to Intuit's accounting software solution in the cloud.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
4 Simple Strategies to Increase Your Website's Conversion Rate
Increasing Conversions

4 Simple Strategies to Increase Your Website's Conversion Rate

Here are a few things most entrepreneurs may be missing that are affecting their conversion rates, online growth, and a genuine connection with their audience.
Jess Catorc
8 Innovative Companies to Watch Out For
Startups

8 Innovative Companies to Watch Out For

These startups cover innovations in team-communication tools and hiring solutions to customized employee benefits and civil-rights movements.
Thomas Smale
An Equity Crowdfunding Campaign Just Launched to Create a Private Jet-Slash-Helicopter Hybrid
Crowdfunding

An Equity Crowdfunding Campaign Just Launched to Create a Private Jet-Slash-Helicopter Hybrid

The TriFan 600 boasts three deducted fans that are slanted horizontally for liftoff and then can flip forward within seconds to generate thrust.
Geoff Weiss