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The social-media company saw a 24 percent jump in monthly average users in the second quarter.
No joke: A robot made of an old bucket, galoshes and a computer 'brain' is attempting to hitchhike across Canada.
If the rumors are true, the nation's largest online retailer could give Square and PayPal a run for their money.
The initiative is aimed at younger travelers who are increasingly placing hotel reservations on mobile phones.
Customers can design and create their own products in a new online shop announced by the Seattle-based ecommerce giant today.
The popular Bitcoin wallet app is back after being pulled from the App Store in January.
Placemeter aims helps cities run more efficiently. But its tactics might creep you out.
Splash is the first platform that allows users to manage the entire life-cycle of an event.
A look at URLs that have sold for $1 million or more.
After its first launch was held up by New York State Supreme Court, the San Francisco-based company is set to hit the streets in the Big Apple starting tonight.
The latest Google Glass ban does not bode well for widespread adoption.
Mobile Roadie CEO Michael Schneider breaks down the qualities of a good app.
Continuous delivery allows companies to deploy smaller sets of features more frequently.
James Proud, a former Thiel Fellow, has come up with a sleep-tracking system that is getting lots of love from the crowd.
The winning companies will figure out how to deliver a seamless and exceptional experience that satisfies users -- before they even ask for it.
Analyzing customer data is just more proof of what we've always known. Actions really do speak louder than words
Turning business processes into games -- the idea behind the trendy buzzword gamification -- encourages frequent participation and makes mundane tasks entertaining.
Technology execs gather to discuss the challenges and opportunities of this growing industry.
Sure, mobile banking apps let you track your cash on the go, but they can also help you protect it, too. Here's how. It's easier than you might think.
More devices are expected to be connected at the end of the decade. Router-maker Belkin recently launched a new product line to get an early start.
Entrepreneurs seeking to market to educators would benefit from understanding how new apps and tools align with schools day-to-day needs.
In this drawing, Apple's image for a smartwatch looks similar to other devices that are already out.
You don't need a massive budget to create high-quality commercial-like videos. You just need an iPhone and a few tips.
The impulse may be to rush to market, but taking the time to understand your potential customers will go a long way.
It's a vulgar, panicky and needy habit.