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Your Next Family Member May Be ... A Robot
Robots

Your Next Family Member May Be ... A Robot

Robots are about to get a lot more personal.
Cadie Thompson
Could BlackBerry's Turnaround Efforts be Beginning to Gain Traction?
BlackBerry

Could BlackBerry's Turnaround Efforts be Beginning to Gain Traction?

The company reports fourth-quarter profit but a sales miss.
Traditional Search is Dying as Sales Organizations Make Way for 'Context'
Search

Traditional Search is Dying as Sales Organizations Make Way for 'Context'

Now's the time your organization should adopt the contextual-search trend that's already big in the consumer market.
Doug Winter
Pebble Time Hits $20 Million on Kickstarter
Pebble

Pebble Time Hits $20 Million on Kickstarter

It's the fastest-funded project and also the most funded -- by far.
Jason Fell
The Golden Age: How the PR Industry Is Coming Into its Own
Public Relations

The Golden Age: How the PR Industry Is Coming Into its Own

Technology is helping to bring public relations out of the shadowy realm between marketing and advertising.
Jennifer Connelly
The One Simple Communications Solution That Can Help Your Startup Win Against the Big Guys
Cloud computing

The One Simple Communications Solution That Can Help Your Startup Win Against the Big Guys

Cloud-based systems are an agile, multi-modal tool for better customer relationship management.
Curtis Peterson
Does Virtual Reality Make You Feel Queasy? This Big, Fake Nose Might Help.
Virtual Reality

Does Virtual Reality Make You Feel Queasy? This Big, Fake Nose Might Help.

Sometimes the answer is as plain as the schnoz on your face.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
How an Old-School Handyman Used an App to Repair His Business
Driving Business - Driving Success

How an Old-School Handyman Used an App to Repair His Business

An app that tracks invoices, payments and appointments helped put this handyman ahead of the curve.
Zynga to Face Lawsuit Alleging Fraud Tied to IPO
Legal Issues

Zynga to Face Lawsuit Alleging Fraud Tied to IPO

The 'FarmVille' maker is accused of defrauding shareholders about its prospects before and after going public in 2011.
This New Startup Wants to Be Your WhatsApp for Professional Networking
Instant Messaging

This New Startup Wants to Be Your WhatsApp for Professional Networking

Email is taking a back seat to real-time messaging. Caliber says its going to make business communications move faster.
Catherine Clifford
The Millionaire Entrepreneur Offering a One-Way Ticket to Mars
Space Travel

The Millionaire Entrepreneur Offering a One-Way Ticket to Mars

Some people want to change the world, while others would rather just leave it behind.
Lyft's CEO On the Future, Driverless Cars and Ridesharing
SXSW 2015

Lyft's CEO On the Future, Driverless Cars and Ridesharing

At a SXSW keynote last week, Logan Green explained technology's potential impact on some new sharing economy industries.
Jacob Hall
Hackers May Be Able to Secretly Download Malicious Apps onto Nearly Half of All Android Phones
Security

Hackers May Be Able to Secretly Download Malicious Apps onto Nearly Half of All Android Phones

The 'Android installer hijacking vulnerability' reportedly allows attackers to surreptitiously download apps to Android users without them knowing.
How One Boutique Uses Technology to Help More Brides Say Yes to the Dress
Productivity

How One Boutique Uses Technology to Help More Brides Say Yes to the Dress

Take this Texas-based small business as an example of how smart tech can help you grow and streamline operations.
Carol Roth