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Virtual meetings, a necessity for dispersed teams, offer many advantages, if structured correctly.
Amazon's surprise announcement followed months of unconfirmed reports that Google's YouTube unit was about to buy the company.
A recent study from MIT took a look at the efficiency of robot/human team work.
For dog lovers who need to keep tabs on their pups 24/7, GoPro launches a harness for its popular camera.
The new device will reportedly use Miracast technology to stream audio and video from computers and mobile devices to television sets.
A California hotel recently hired a new high-tech employee: a robot butler named A.L.O.
Leverage the power of the champions of new technology at your company to address the resistors of change.
The M-KOPA Solar system is literally lighting up a cleaner, greener -- and safer -- future for one remote region of the world.
The Samsung Chromebook 2 is light and built for conducting business on the fly.
Rumor has it Apple fans might have to wait even longer for both highly anticipated products.
A vast increase in available suffixes will benefit businesses niche and large, as well as a few billion Internet users who don't speak English.
A new feature within Google Now offers users the ability to Find alternate flights in the event of cancellation or delay.
Increase employees' productivity and protect your company's data with these tips for building a safe 'bring your own device' plan.
The shipping giant's retail franchise was hit by a malware attack, potentially jeopardizing customer's identifying and financial information. Here's what you need to know.
iPhones might soon be able to determine when and where a car has been parked, and then guide absentminded drivers back to their vehicles.
The risks may be high, but the rewards can be splendid, both monetary and intangible.
San Francisco-based Cruise Automation has created a new gadget that gives any car self-driving capabilities.
An entrepreneur devoted to innovation and protection of intellectual property lets loose about patent trolls and the patent system that enables them.
Kids Under 13 Could Soon Get Their Own Gmail, YouTube Accounts (As If They Didn't Have Them Already )
Kids already use Gmail and they're obsessed with YouTube. Now Google wants to make it legit, as in legal.
Google's YouTube appears set to take on Spotify and Pandora.
It's called Swing Copters, and it looks just as frustratingly difficult to play as Flappy Bird.
As Google celebrates the 10-year anniversary of its IPO, here's a look at the challenges that lie ahead.
New companies are cropping up to meet the demand for software developers and programmers.
"Mobile device management'' technology for securing corporate data on personal devices severely comprises employee privacy.
Legal complexities have resulted in a system where only a judge can determine what a patent covers.