With the advent of improved technology and an increasingly mobile workforce, the option to work where you need to be is becoming accepted, if not a necessity, for many organizations.
USAID just announced its investment in mWater, a non-profit tech startup, whose phone app can instantly test and analyze water quality from local sources and share this information on their global, open-source water monitoring database.
The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) should take advantage of its mobile penetration and entrepreneurial activity to improve its healthcare systems.
It's reported that Android malware threats exceed those of PCs. Gone are the days when hackers attacked laptops; instead, mobile devices are the target and, ironically, are less protected than their counterparts.
Mobile marketing is not the future, it is the NOW. If your small business is not findable on every single device, you may be missing out on a big share of the market.
Since mobile capabilities streamline the way you live -- especially when you want information quickly and easily -- it only makes sense to apply the same concepts to your hiring strategy, particularly your employee referral program.
Access to the Internet is an essential tool for equipping students with 21st century skills. And as the debate over the future of education heats up, traditional learning methods are being called into question.
Modern day "App Stores" have existed for roughly 5 years. In that time, two operating systems have emerged as the runaway victors: iOS and Android. iOS, Apple's brainchild, and Android, Google's platform, each possess a little over 800,000 apps within their app store.
Mobile app consumption is on the rise, but it's left app developers stumped when it comes to reeling in a profit from their creations. Plenty of start...
The Calder Gallery in the Fondation Beyeler in Riehen (Basel, Switzerland) is a collaboration between the Calder Foundation and Fondation Beyeler. It's a dedicated space in the museum, where selected works by Alexander Calder are shown.
Retailers seem so staunchly committed to transact business the same way they have for decades: a large (expensive) central cash register accepting cash, checks or credit/debit cards only. This is all about to change -- and, in fact, quietly has been right under our noses.
There were thunderstorms. There was a strike. And there was the hackathon to end violence against women -- all happening on the same day in Kathmandu, Nepal.
Seven years ago, I left my full-time job as a brand manager to move with my husband and four-month-old son from New York to San Francisco. In an effort to re-establish myself, I joined the local moms groups, went to parenting meet-ups and signed up for a co-op preschool. I met amazing mom friends, many who also gave up their careers for the joys of family and kids. We learned from each other, supported each other and brainstormed ideas together to make our lives as parents better. This experience was a large part of what inspired me to launch a start-up.
The tech revolution of the 21st century is changing how professionals analyze data, how people share, socialize, connect and collaborate with others, ...
"What is the nature of innovation and how can one harness it to make an impact on business investments globally?" Rik Willard recalled asking two of h...
Apple's app approval process is justifiably infamous; wildly finicky, infuriatingly arbitrary, impossible to decipher a coherent set of rules. And yet, a multi-billion dollar business. And yet, dozens of new apps approved every day.