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Check Out This 'Future-Proof' Universal POS Terminal
Point of sale systems

Check Out This 'Future-Proof' Universal POS Terminal

Poynt's terminal accepts every form of payment, for any type of business.
John Patrick Pullen
Why Texting is the New Email in the Hiring Process
Texting

Why Texting is the New Email in the Hiring Process

With the majority of adults owning smartphones with unlimited texting, texts are increasing seen as a professionally acceptable means of communication.
Heather R. Huhman
Is Dropbox Planning to Take on Google Docs?
Dropbox

Is Dropbox Planning to Take on Google Docs?

An apparent leak shows that the online file storage company is building a word processing service to challenge Google's.
Kia Kokalitcheva
For Microsoft's 40th Anniversary, Bill Gates Pens Inspirational Letter to Employees
Microsoft

For Microsoft's 40th Anniversary, Bill Gates Pens Inspirational Letter to Employees

The tech giant celebrates four decades in existence today.
Jason Fell
After Dismal 2014, Samsung Charts Recovery With New Galaxy Phones
Samsung

After Dismal 2014, Samsung Charts Recovery With New Galaxy Phones

Investors are betting on a rebound this year on healthy chip sales and high hopes for its new flagship smartphones.
These Giant Robotic Ants Could One Day Replace Factory Workers
24/7 Tech

These Giant Robotic Ants Could One Day Replace Factory Workers

If you think real-world ants are creepy, wait until you see these artificially intelligent critters.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
8 Crucial Apps for Hacking Everything From Lunch to Project Management
Productivity Apps

8 Crucial Apps for Hacking Everything From Lunch to Project Management

The array of apps available give every entrepreneur a virtural corporate back office in their back pocket.
Mark Gilbreath
Modernist Cuisine's Food Lab and the Science of Flavor
24/7 Tech

Modernist Cuisine's Food Lab and the Science of Flavor

We chat with Scott Heimendinger, director of applied research at Modernist Cuisine, about passionate curiosity and building 3D scanners for bread.
Laura Entis
Driverless Cars Won't Make Roadways Perfectly Safe
Self-Driving Cars

Driverless Cars Won't Make Roadways Perfectly Safe

While self-driving cars could eventually improve driving conditions overall, the expectation of zero fatalities is not realistic, a new report says.
Catherine Clifford
SXSW's Standouts: Solutions For Everything From Hunger to Children's Time Management
SXSW

SXSW's Standouts: Solutions For Everything From Hunger to Children's Time Management

Our editorial team recounts the solutions that we'll remember – and hope come to pass.
Microsoft Brings Document Scanner App to iPhones, Android
Apps

Microsoft Brings Document Scanner App to iPhones, Android

Get ready to use Office Lens on more devices.
IBM Uncovers New, Sophisticated Cyber Scam Targeting Businesses
Security

IBM Uncovers New, Sophisticated Cyber Scam Targeting Businesses

It uses a combination of phishing, malware and phone calls that has netted Eastern European cyber criminals more than $1 million.
Why the Race for Tech Advancement Is a Marathon, Not a Sprint
Efficiency

Why the Race for Tech Advancement Is a Marathon, Not a Sprint

For the great majority of businesses, the switch to digital is a work in progress. Getting it right it far more important than getting it sooner.
Asha Saxena
Why Cloud Technology Is the Smart Move Right From Start Up
Cloud computing

Why Cloud Technology Is the Smart Move Right From Start Up

Cloud computing is the quik and affordable way to put your startup on the same technological level as a Fortune 100 corporation.
Bask Iyer