Apple appears to be in trouble, but they’ve been down this road before. What will it take to get on the right path?
In this innovative startup’s product, an ’80s-era computing concept has met its match.
New-wave customer-relationship management tools are redefining a $21 billion market.
A Texas standoff foreshadows how short videos will change media and culture.
With the arrival of iOS 7, app developers need powerful design software more than ever.
Are you ready to take advantage of the increased transparency offered by ubiquitous video recording?
How many times have you had a brainstorm on how to improve your local community? MindMixer – a “virtual town hall” – is designed to help organizations communicate more effectively with their communities.
Change.org has become an effective marketing machine for mostly non-profit organizations
Big promises of social networking is that it will inject your networking skills with PED (performance enhancing data).
There’s no way to tell if the dirty deed was done by the Chinese, or even whether it was in retaliation for the articles. But the timing certainly seems suspect.
We need a brand new Internet – one designed from the ground up to be far more secure than what we have today.
Not reacting to the threat of cyber warfare is tantamount to raising the white flag.
Welcome to the largely ignored world of rapid prototyping.
The tools many people use to manage the email tsunami were created in pre-historic times.
“Queen of the Net” Mary Meeker has a new initiative: She wants to help people understand how certain trends are negatively impacting America. Great, now what are we going to do about it?
San Francisco’s Code for America accelerator program hopes to disrupt the $170 billion government IT market, while providing new and improved services to U.S. citizens.
In January, The New York Times wondered aloud why Apple did not make the iPhone in America. The story heaped a torrent of commentary and scrutiny on Silicon Valley’s most valuable company. Whether you think manufacturing in the U.S. is right or not for Apple, Cadillac is proving that American-made technology can compete with the best.
There are some 40 million rental units in America today. And that segment is growing fast as more Americans choose to rent instead of own in a tepid real estate market. While some technology providers have come to the rescue of landlords and prospective tenants, much opportunity remains.
The recent political conventions underscored a few disconcerting trends. Our political leadership is not only out of touch with reality but also tends to distort the truth. How can social-media-based innovations address these challenges?
You can thank Mark Zuckerberg, Evan Williams and others for turning America’s legendary productivity into wasteful social media “screensucking.” While social media may be engaging, it does not always help us accomplish what really needs to get done. It’s time to refocus America’s software ingenuity on making productivity software as…