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How Dog Whisperer Cesar Millan Learned New Tricks for His Website
The Fix

How Dog Whisperer Cesar Millan Learned New Tricks for His Website

Sometimes, paid SEO marketing vehicles aren't enough.
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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.
Why Google Killed a Secret Project Called 'Google Here'
Google

Why Google Killed a Secret Project Called 'Google Here'

The company would have utilized beacon technology to give users notifications about discounts if they were near a retail partner.
Erin Griffith
LG Just Rolled Out a $1,200 Gold Smartwatch
Wearable Tech

LG Just Rolled Out a $1,200 Gold Smartwatch

It's called the The LG Watch Urbane Luxe and only 500 will be made.
Arjun Kharpal
The Future of the Internet of Things Will Be 'Notification Hell' Before It Gets Better
Internet of Things

The Future of the Internet of Things Will Be 'Notification Hell' Before It Gets Better

By 2025, the connectivity of our physical world to the Internet could be worth more than $11 trillion per year, according to a new report. To get there, the industry will need to evolve.
Catherine Clifford
This New App Lets Everybody Edit Photos Like the Pros
Apps

This New App Lets Everybody Edit Photos Like the Pros

Astropad Mini turns your iPhone into a professional-grade graphics tablet.
Lisa Eadicicco
Google Chrome Finally Ends Autoplay on Background Tabs
Google Chrome

Google Chrome Finally Ends Autoplay on Background Tabs

Customers have been waiting for this.
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
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.