In today’s rapidly changing world, we are in constant search of instruments and techniques that would make us more productive. We understand: do more, better, and faster if you want to succeed in business and life. Productivity influences our self-esteem. We believe: the more productive we are, the more others will respect us and consider […]
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These five ways to leverage LinkedIn, from slacking to socializing, have nothing to do with getting a new job.
Samuel L. Jackson is shaking up Reddit today with a hilarious challenge: He promises to read the most upvoted 300-word comment as a monologue.
May 25 is the geekiest day in the year – here’s how to make the most of it!
Consider these warnings before quitting your safe, secure position at a big, established company.
Memolane. Everyblock. Google Health. As the Web matures, we’re going to lose some useful (if unpopular) apps and services along the way. A sober reminder that it’s not our Internet, even when it feels like it is.
Google’s glasses are cool. But are they stylish? To appeal to the masses, they’ll have to be, which may be why Google appears to be taking a page from the Apple playbook.
According to mobile analytics firm Flurry, the majority of dating app users are men.
I’m going to rely on mobile apps for my entire dating life. For an entire month. Have I completely lost my marbles?
Even if you’ve been fairly organized about email – setting up folders or tags, utilizing stars and color-coding – chances are your inbox has outgrown your best efforts to tame it.
Life wasn’t meant to be lived entirely in some company’s cloud.
This morning, my iPhone failed to connect to Spotify before I started my run. Jogging in silence was actually kind of nice, but it got me thinking: Do I really want to keep my music in the cloud?
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.
If your image of a computer geek is a scruffy, awkward kid in T-shirt and jeans, you may want to think again. The biggest technology adopters may well be the affluent over-50 powerhouse known as the Baby Boomer.
“Dear @BarackObama: Our homework’s done, our rooms are clean, we did our chores. How about you do something for us now? #obama4grownman” tweets Rookie Magazine, the year old online teen publication Friday.
Every Major League Baseball season has a whopping 2,430 regular-season games that are played from April through October – not counting spring training or the playoffs. That is a lot of baseball. And of course, you’d like to use your PC or tablet to watch some of those games, right?
No worries. MLB is happy, within restrictions and for a price…
You might think your existing broadband Internet connection is fast enough. It’s not. When it comes to Internet speeds, more is always better. That’s why we all owe some sincere gratitude to the intrepid men and women who bring truly high-speed Internet into our homes.
The Google I/O Developers Conference is hardly a button-down affair. Even during the day, attendees sport more T-shirts than ties, more shorts than suits. And at night, after the “serious” business is done, the 6,000 attendees take tech to its funky party extreme. Check out these images of the scene.