News and Articles About Technology

 Launching a Website: 3 Tips for Getting Started
Coaches Corner

Launching a Website: 3 Tips for Getting Started

Experts explain top issues to consider before launching a new website.
Linda Lacina
Why Businesses Are Accelerating Investment in Video Communications
Video

Why Businesses Are Accelerating Investment in Video Communications

The written word is still supreme but ubiquitous technology for making and receiving video is pushing companies to embrace the medium.
Vern Hanzlik
This Health App Does Everything But Go Jogging for You
Personal Health

This Health App Does Everything But Go Jogging for You

The newest iPhone can count your calories, track your workouts and tell emergency room doctors crucial medical history when you can't.
Larry Alton
A $300 Tech-Powered Yoga Mat
Fitness Businesses

A $300 Tech-Powered Yoga Mat

Developed by three entrepreneurs, SmartMat wants to teach you a proper warrior pose.
John Kell
Big Data Bounty: U.S. Startups Challenge Agribusiness Giants
Agribusiness

Big Data Bounty: U.S. Startups Challenge Agribusiness Giants

As the race for dominance on the farm heats up, a number of small tech startups are launching products that compete with giants like Monsanto, Deere and DuPont Pioneer.
This Nifty Tool Uses Artificial Intelligence to Build Your Ultimate Website
Building a Website

This Nifty Tool Uses Artificial Intelligence to Build Your Ultimate Website

The Grid makes creating your own custom webpage as easy as updating your Facebook profile
Emily Price
Sick of Apple? Check Out Carrot, a Wireless Vegetable That's Exactly What the Name Suggests.
Startups

Sick of Apple? Check Out Carrot, a Wireless Vegetable That's Exactly What the Name Suggests.

Carrot pokes fun at Apple and other tech companies by satirizing the all-too-familiar clich├ęs of Silicon Valley product makers.
Kate Taylor
Tech Company's Bankruptcy Offers Warning to Apple Suppliers
Bankruptcy

Tech Company's Bankruptcy Offers Warning to Apple Suppliers

GT Advanced Technologies suffered the consequences after Apple decided not to use its scratch-resistant sapphire glass screens for the iPhone 6.
5 Tools That Keep Team Communications Untangled
Productivity Apps

5 Tools That Keep Team Communications Untangled

Synchronizing a creative team is a challenge but remarkably effective software is available to keep everyone in touch.
Will Weinraub
War of Words: After HP Announces Split, Dell Swipes Back
Competitors

War of Words: After HP Announces Split, Dell Swipes Back

Dell's statement disparaging HP's decision mirrors a similar statement HP put out regarding Dell's leveraged buyout last year.
Plastc Wants to Reinvent the Wallet with All-In-One Smart Card
Mobile Payments

Plastc Wants to Reinvent the Wallet with All-In-One Smart Card

What does this one-size-fits-all card mean for the mobile-payments landscape?
Nina Zipkin
How New Smartphones Boost Sales of Old Accessories
Smartphones

How New Smartphones Boost Sales of Old Accessories

Sales of older inventory are actually booming, fueled oddly enough by new phones from Apple, Samsung and Motorola, according to mobile accessory companies.
Enforcing Your 'Right to Be Forgotten' May Get You Remembered
Privacy concerns

Enforcing Your 'Right to Be Forgotten' May Get You Remembered

An article on Google's removals of links to Times articles puts privacy seekers back in the spotlight.
Roger Parloff