Technology

9 Apps That Help Improve Productivity
Productivity Tools

9 Apps That Help Improve Productivity

It's not just information that makes smartphones so important, they also allow us to become more productive in our daily lives.
Patrick Schock
We Bet You Never Knew Your iPhone Could Do These 10 Things
Technology

We Bet You Never Knew Your iPhone Could Do These 10 Things

From taking pictures with your headphones to sending self-destructing audio messages, your iPhone has a few tricks up its sleeve.
Lindsay Friedman
This Company Is Trying to Simplify Your Clunky Business Software
Enterprise Tech

This Company Is Trying to Simplify Your Clunky Business Software

'I walk up to a copier and I just want to push a green button, make my copy and move on. And that's what we do,' says Sapho's Co-Founder Fouad EINaggar.
Lydia Belanger
The Science of Online Forms and the Brand Experience: An Essential Guide
Marketing Bootcamp

The Science of Online Forms and the Brand Experience: An Essential Guide

There's a lot you have to keep in mind when building an online form -- length, placement, verbiage, even color. Yes, I said color. Let's prevent people from seeing red because of your form. Or is red a good thing? Keep reading and find out.
Chris Byers
These Startups Are Disrupting the Healthcare Industry With Targeted Cancer Treatments
Healthcare

These Startups Are Disrupting the Healthcare Industry With Targeted Cancer Treatments

Innovations in big data, machine learning and in-device sensors are changing the nature of technology startups.
Adam Toren
A Short Primer on How the Web Works
Internet

A Short Primer on How the Web Works

We all use this thing called the internet every day, but many of us probably don't understand the mechanics behind it.
Andrew Medal
The Problem With Polls Isn't the Lies Respondents May Tell
Polls

The Problem With Polls Isn't the Lies Respondents May Tell

The real deal-breaker with surveys is bad questions. Here's how to collect customer data that will yield honest results.
Ray Beharry
Tech CEO on Mobile Devices: So Many Passwords, So Little Security.
Technology

Tech CEO on Mobile Devices: So Many Passwords, So Little Security.

Founder of Keeper Security, explains how using a password manager and digital vault platform protects, encrypts, and stores passwords on your device and in the cloud.
Apple Has a New App to Teach Your Kids to Code. These Sites Can Help You Learn as Well.
Technology

Apple Has a New App to Teach Your Kids to Code. These Sites Can Help You Learn as Well.

It's never too late to add this handy skill to your resume.
Lindsay Friedman
Nissan to Develop Ethanol-Based Fuel Cell Technology by 2020
Environment

Nissan to Develop Ethanol-Based Fuel Cell Technology by 2020

The Japanese company said using ethanol, produced from crops including sugar cane and corn, to generate hydrogen-based electricity inside vehicles would be cheaper than fuel cell technology.
Billions of Smartphone Users and I Wasn't One of Them
Make More Happen

Billions of Smartphone Users and I Wasn't One of Them

Quadriplegic entrepreneur spearheads efforts to develop smartphone and other devices for people with physical limitations.
Giora Livne
What Does Microsoft Stand to Gain From its $26.2 Billion Acquisition of LinkedIn?
Microsoft

What Does Microsoft Stand to Gain From its $26.2 Billion Acquisition of LinkedIn?

We'll give you a hint: It gives the Windows maker a network of professionals that will potentially buy its services.
Nina Zipkin
Symantec to Buy Blue Coat for $4.7 Billion to Boost Enterprise Unit
Cybersecurity

Symantec to Buy Blue Coat for $4.7 Billion to Boost Enterprise Unit

Blue Coat helps protects companies' web gateways from cyber attacks, a service that will complement Symantec's existing offerings for large corporations such as email and endpoint security.
Microsoft to Buy LinkedIn for $26.2 Billion
Microsoft

Microsoft to Buy LinkedIn for $26.2 Billion

'Today is a re-founding moment for LinkedIn,' Reid Hoffman, chairman of LinkedIn's board, said in a statement.