Coke is an old brand and still indisputably valuable. People love Coke and Sprite, and the Coca-Cola vs. Pepsi war is played out in restaurants around the country every day.
There's an app for that.
The next "big thing" to shape our society and economy will not come from what students hold in their hands, but from the know-how they possess in their minds.
Not sure whether to upgrade to Apple's latest operating system? Here are 10 ways iOS 7--and some of its new and updated apps -- can help you while traveling.
What Apple has actually lost, is the expressive engine that was Steve Jobs. What has happened at Apple is the shift away from expressive thinking, to that of analytical thinking -- and that's bad news for Apple.
As we say about men who drive small expensive sports cars, the relationship we have with our mobile phones is implying something unfavorable and comically. Are we using them to show how busy and popular we are?
Chromecast is another step towards breaking the iron grip current providers, like cable, have on content distribution and the living room.
We want to model for our kids the ability to just be in the moment, without looking to what just happened or planning what's next. And the way to do this is to put the phone or gadget down and engage.
Let's imagine that you're a business owner and you run, say, a restaurant. Or a travel agency. And if earlier you could have contacted your clients only from time to time when they visited your office, then now you can be with them 24/7, without any breaks.
We cheerfully allow domineering corporations, which are not in fact living human beings, the kind of bailout that outrages us when we reward flesh-and-blood tyrants with the same privilege -- impunity for the damages they cause to others.
Recent reports show smartphones are outselling dumbphones for the first time ever. Dumbphones are actually called feature phones, which is odd because...
Students who excel in mathematics should continue to refine their skill set when class isn't in session. Here are five advanced mathematics apps for high schoolers that can help come test time. They can also leverage what a student knows for private studying.
Technology at its roots began as an invention; an innovation meant to enable users to do more or answer a need.
Do you like meetings? I'm willing to bet most of you will say no. Let's face it -- very often meeting managers are too focused on what they're saying as opposed to engaging others.
It turns out students in Los Angeles really are smarter than school board members and two of Americans largest and most powerful corporations.
Now that biometrics have officially gone mainstream with Apple's new fingerprint scanner on the iPhone 5S, does this mean that our privacy is even more at risk from snoopers, hackers, and identity thieves?