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Seeing the Future of Wearables in the Workplace

For HR, the promise of wearable technology offers huge possibilities, particularly for recruiting and hiring.

Texting and Driving? Not So Fast -- General Motors is Watching You

The automobile company is reportedly installing monitoring devices in its cars to ensure drivers keep their eyes on the road.

Today's Wearables Suck and Why Tomorrow's Won't

Despite challenges, wearables are starting to gain traction. But when will they have mainstream appeal?

Technology That Helps Small Business Stay Even the Big Players

Consumers have little patience when shopping online but no business is too small to afford a high performance site.

How to Fix Virtual Team Challenges Before They Happen

Set up processes that build trust, accountability and communication to reap the benefits of having a remote operation.

3 Awesome Grill Gadgets to Fire Up Your Labor Day BBQ Party

From grill-scrubbing robots to flamethrower-like fire starters, these hot gadgets can fire up your grilling game.

Welcome to the Weird World of Mixed-Reality Gaming

Where the gap between the digital and the real starts to blur.

Avoid Labor Day Weekend Travel Scams (Infographic)

Don't let your guard down when planning a getaway. Consider these tips to stay safe from criminals and online threats.

Apple, Samsung and LG: Smartwatch Showdown Set for Early September

Samsung and LG have announced new smartwatch launches on the heels of reports that Apple will unveil a long-awaited wearable on September 9.

How This CEO Went From 400 Different Passwords to Just One

This founder of a doggy boarding and daycare franchise uses apps to store passwords, stay connected to her workout buddies and handle travel plans.

This Sector Will Drive the 3-D Printing Boom

A new report predicts the dental sector will lead the growth in commercial 3-D printing over the next decade.

5 Steps the 'Smart' Home Industry Must Take to Develop a Consumer Market

Consumers are, so far, unmoved by the prospect of the hyper-connected home and won't be until the technology is as easily used as a smart phone.

After Reportedly Blowing Up iPhones, Apple Plans to Make a Bigger iPad

The new tablet will have a 12.9-inch display and could go into production as early as next year.

How A Brooklyn Co-Working Space Is Looking to Compete on the Global-Manufacturing Stage

Marcel Botha, an entrepreneur working out of an innovative co-working space in Brooklyn, talks about how he was able to rapidly prototype an ergonomically designed baby spoon thanks to 3-D printing technology.

What Americans Want From a 'Smart' Home (Infographic)

People generally have three main objectives in mind when considering having a 'smart' home, according to Lowe's.

8 Mostly Free Best Practices for Tightening Internal Data Security

Cybersecurity is a constant worry, but a few commonsense steps protect the company without hurting the bottom line.

Forget Passwords: A Look at the Future of Logging In

Researchers are coming up with new ways to make a password-less future a reality.

By 2017, the App Market Will Be a $77 Billion Industry (Infographic)

Mobile phone users are spending more and more time using apps. Here’s a look at what they are using and how much they are paying for those apps.

6 Battle-Tested Tips to End Email Overload

Email is making us slower, less productive and even dumber. Here's how you can manage your overflowing inbox.

A Smart Helmet That Gives Riders Eyes in the Backs of Their Heads

Heads up, riders. This Android-powered skull protector is driving motorcycle safety into the digital age.

Should You Switch Your Company's URL to a New Domain Extension?

.florist? .coffee? .technology? The options are vast, but are any of these new domain extensions worth the money?

Basecamp's Rebel Recipe for Success: 5 Ways the Software Maverick Made Millions by Being Different

Here are the surprising, unorthodox strategies that helped the early software as a service pioneer rise to -- and stay at the top of -- the crowded online project management space.

Why Small Businesses Actually Have the Big-Data Advantage

While big data can provide a plethora of information to businesses, many companies can come off creepy to customers. Ironically, that's why small businesses have an opportunity to use big data perhaps better than anyone.

For More Productive Meetings, Throw Out Your Conference Table

Virtual meetings, a necessity for dispersed teams, offer many advantages, if structured correctly.
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