News and Articles About Technology
Many American workers, young and old, admit they often are not proficient with technology. Employers seem slower to grasp the problem.
A growing number of small businesses are buying up cyber insurance to protect themselves in the event of a cyber attack.
An app for marking up images streamlines a design firm's operations.
The availability of cheaper, easier-to-use tools allows everyday users to have deeper knowledge of performance.
Celebrate your independence with these services, which come at the best price.
If you want to make it in the mobile app business, follow the examples of what works and sits atop the charts.
The King of Pop's digitized performance at the Billboard Music Awards gave the world a glimpse into a captivating technology that faces serious hurdles, inside and out.
IT professionals need to effectively communicate the real risks of data breaches to leaders.
Calendar apps are the compasses of our busy lives, so choose wisely. Here's the smart one Young Entrepreneur Council founder Scott Gerber swears by.
Reconsider your approach to the subject line of electronic messages to enhance results and productivity.
The Soofa not only charges devices on-the-go, but captures environmental data such as weather, noise levels, air quality and number of passersby per hour.
Yes, a sixth season of 'Community' is really happening -- and it could give Yahoo a leg up in the video programming game.
Two-factor authentication would make online transactions more secure, but there are issues on both the consumer and business sides.
In Silbert's crystal ball, the cryptocurrency will be accepted by every e-commerce website and force money-transfer giants like Western Union and MoneyGram to close up shop.
If you want to survive in today's digital world and get more eyeballs to see your company's offerings, consider adding mobile applications to your strategy.
Through careful strategic planning, quality marketing campaigns and some online know-how, conversions are likely to increase steadily.
Frustration with "touch one for this, two for that'' may be driving away customers. Helpful automation geared to your demographic will bring them back.
It's not just for geeks anymore.
Despite a devastating loss in U.S. Supreme court, founder Chet Kanojia promises to press on. But his options remain unclear.
The 'eCool' cooler takes an earthy approach to chilling your beverages -- no ice required.
Many employees want to do their jobs using the same easy-to-use software and apps they enjoy using at home. See how this could work.
A researcher in the United Kingdom built a device that transforms wireless networks into light and sound.
'The fact that technology now allows an individual to carry such information in his hand does not make the information any less worthy of the protection for which [America's] founders fought.'
In the best possible ways, though. Right?
People want to buy from companies they trust. Here's how you can tell your honest story and show why you stand head and shoulders above the competition.