A smarter set of technologies is what we need for the mobile. During periods of high speed and high quality bandwidth, mobile apps should anticipate what we're going to read or watch and cache it for later. Don't make us have to remember to pre-download or prepare for being offline.
To successfully compete in the intelligent economy, enterprises will need to easily and centrally identify all the apps, bandwidth and other resources used by their employees and customers.
NFC is an acronym for near field communication, a wireless technology that allows devices to talk to each other. In the case of a mobile wallet application, those devices would be a mobile phone and a point-of-sale device, such as a credit card reader at a checkout counter.
For creative people working on exciting new technologies, growth feels great. But we should be cautious of using techniques that have a high likelihood of being viral oops instead of viral loops.
Facebook seems to be putting a full-court press on mobile lately. And for good reason. Numerous social apps not called Facebook are gaining traction on smartphones.
Guys, follow the content... please. Don't follow the analysts who still don't get what mobile is and who only want to drive stock price, not user value.
Has July figured out -- with its fourth-generation flagship platform JulyMX -- how to bring a kind of PowerPoint simplicity and speed to development of mobile apps?
Want to unplug from the grid and go exploring, but don't want to leave the tech behind? Now it's possible with myFC's PowerTrekk, a water-powered fuel cell charger, that's actually portable.
National Telework Week came to an end on March 8 but this important conversation about workplace flexibility must continue.
Phones got smaller; batteries got better -- phones got bigger again; batteries got worse -- we added more features, more functionality, more confusion.
Converting health-conscious programs to a mobile platform offers an enormous opportunity to help wellness and improve health for so many people.
Decades of social science research provide more than sufficient practical and empirical evidence that optimizing the degree of control workers have over the conditions of their work results in measurable benefits for all organizational stakeholders: the workers themselves.
Oreo has quickly emerged as the hot brand here in Austin -- a place so overrun with marketing ploys it's almost impossible to stand out.
This may sound a little absolutist, but at the end of the day, who is really controlling what you post online? Is that ironic music video your status because you actually enjoy it, or is it online because you want people to see how funny you are?
This week, Austin Texas is the center of the technology universe. The foremost digital media and tech companies will debut their latest products, hott...
Today we're proud to release our updated version of HuffPost for Android. Many of you use the app frequently for the latest in news, politics, entertainment, and technology, so we decided to make it more stable, more media-friendly and above all: faster.