Brian Patrick Eha
Brian Patrick Eha is a freelance journalist and former assistant editor at Entrepreneur.com. He is writing a book about the global phenomenon of Bitcoin for Portfolio, an imprint of Penguin Random House. It will be published in 2015.
A new Twitter feature, set to launch in November, may be a game changer for internet TV and online advertising.
Apple will reportedly debut new versions of its iPad and iPad Mini tablets at the end of the month.
Even as the freelance economy continues to grow, Hewlett-Packard and other large tech companies are coming down on work-from-home arrangements.
Customers have come to expect free wireless internet in many businesses. Thanks to Facebook, businesses will now be able to get some things in return.
A look at how to get employees on board with your vision, why you should connect with customers and more advice for business owners.
Facebook is building a 394-unit luxury housing complex within walking distance of its Menlo Park headquarters. But would you want to live with your coworkers?
President Obama dismissed technical problems with the new health-care exchanges and said they would be fixed. But consumers are finding it hard to sign up for coverage.
Trying to sign up for health-care coverage under Obamacare? You may find it's a case of hurry up and wait.
Billionaire Steve Case shares his plans for Revolution Ventures, which will focus on tech companies outside the proving ground of Silicon Valley.
A look at how to get clients who are a good fit for you, why you should tweet less about your company and more advice for business owners.
Beats dominates the U.S. market for high-end headphones, but it failed to give HTC its groove back, so the Taiwanese smartphone company is pulling the plug on their partnership.
From identity thieves who lurk on unsecured Wi-Fi networks to absurd charges for mobile data usage, there are a lot of things for travelers to keep in mind when getting online. This infographic can help.
Investors who would like to make a mint off the Bitcoin market, but who can't be bothered to buy and store bitcoins themselves, may flock to SecondMarket.
Check out this history of ever-increasing internet speeds and demand for connectivity, complete with some facts even dedicated web geeks might not know.
Not wanting a repeat of Facebook's botched IPO, Twitter reportedly plans to list itself on the New York Stock Exchange when it makes its market debut.
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