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To Do: Unplug Before Bed

Alyssa Lauren Stone | Posted 07.21.2013 | Healthy Living
Alyssa Lauren Stone

For two weeks I put myself through a mind/body experiment -- no iPhone or iPad usage after 8:30 p.m. or before 45 minutes of waking up in the mornings.

Mobile Health - The Revolution Will be Measurable

XPRIZE | Posted 07.10.2013 | Health News
XPRIZE

By David Schafran David Schafran is co-founder and CEO of EyeNetra, Inc. He mixes entrepreneurship, technology, and humanism to super-humanize the wo...

FCC Needs to Step on the Gas and Move Fast on the Incentive Auctions

Chris Castle | Posted 05.01.2013 | Technology
Chris Castle

The real threat to demand from the mobile economy is the entirely predictable and avoidable bottleneck in supply created by the Federal Communications Commission's agonizingly slow process of making more wireless spectrum available to satisfy demand from mobile users.

What Your Smartphone Won't Tell You

Rebecca Abrahams | Posted 06.29.2013 | Technology
Rebecca Abrahams

It's fairly safe to assume that calendars, call logs, contacts, emails, financial data, text messages, photos and videos stored on smartphones or mobile devices are at risk of being monitored or stolen.

Education Technology: 7 Ways to Bring Apps, Gadgets, Online Services Into School Classrooms

Scott Steinberg | Posted 04.27.2013 | Technology
Scott Steinberg

Are you a teacher or college administrator looking for some bright ideas on how to integrate digital learning into their school or university campus? Following are seven ways to integrate technology into the classroom, whether it be for educational or practical purposes.

Like a Virgin: A Touch Screen for the Very First Time

April Rudin | Posted 04.07.2013 | Technology
April Rudin

After struggling with these feelings, I'm speaking out so that others might feel less ashamed, and come forward in solidarity with me. I'm sharing a shocking confession -- I have never, ever "App-ed."

And the Winner Is...

Cindy Auten | Posted 03.20.2013 | Technology
Cindy Auten

A new report found that 95 percent of federal employees who are using mobile devices for work tasks do so outside of the office at some point. Not only that, more than half of feds using smartphones and tablets for work are bringing their own.

How Technology Could Turn the Tides in the Election

Dr. Satwant Kaur | Posted 12.10.2012 | Technology
Dr. Satwant Kaur

Regardless of what has happened so far, innovative use of emerging technologies still has the ability to turn the winds, even at such a late stage in the game.

The Impact of Technology on Our Work and Family Lives

Judi Casey | Posted 12.02.2012 | Technology
Judi Casey

As we celebrate National Work and Family month, I'm wondering how increasing usage of information and communication technology affects and will continue to impact today's working families.

Arab, U.S Periodicals Strike Out in World Magazine Trends 11-12

Magda Abu-Fadil | Posted 11.01.2012 | Media
Magda Abu-Fadil

World Magazine Trends 11-12 saw weak prospects for recovery of the magazine industry in the Middle East and Africa in the coming years, and the United States is projected to lose ground in adspend, as it was hit hard by the economic downturn.

Sapplets, Digital Watermarks Are Key Magazine Innovations in 2012 Report

Magda Abu-Fadil | Posted 09.17.2012 | Media
Magda Abu-Fadil

Print media, including magazines, that complain of reduced revenues, rising costs, shrinking circulation and see-sawing advertising, have felt the pinch, but thanks to innovative approaches, countless publishers are recouping their losses and widening their reach.

The Next Console War is Already Here: Power A's MOGA for Android Devices

Turnstyle | Posted 08.14.2012 | Technology
Turnstyle

By: Noah J. Nelson One of the dominant, and actually positive, themes of this year's E3 was the evolution of gaming well beyond the traditional conso...

GrubHub Founder Discusses His Firm's Mobile "App"-Etite

Brad Spirrison | Posted 07.15.2012 | Chicago
Brad Spirrison

For many companies, that "native versus HTML" is almost a religious debate. "Forcing a channel is a mistake," says GrubHub's founder Mike Evans.

In the Era of Online Networking, Offline Connections Are More Powerful Than Ever

Christopher Lee Nutter | Posted 06.26.2012 | Small Business
Christopher Lee Nutter

I run a media consulting business in New York. I have a full roster of (phenomenal) clients. And yet I am not on Facebook. I do not Tweet. I am not LinkedIn.

Calling for Storms

Cindy Auten | Posted 06.19.2012 | Technology
Cindy Auten

With the increasing use of mobile devices like laptops, smartphones and tablets, an organization's infrastructure must be able to support a new workforce that doesn't work strictly from their office.

Our Smart Gadgets Will Soon Outnumber Us

Reuters | Posted 04.15.2012 | Technology

(Reuters) - Between 2011 and 2016 the amount of mobile data traffic will grow at a compound annual rate of 78 percent as the number of mobile devices ...

Has Sexting Become Mainstream for Young Women?

Julie Spira | Posted 04.10.2012 | Style
Julie Spira

As far as sexting, texting, posting, and tagging goes, remember, we're creating a permanent digital footprint every time we push the send button.

Home Sweet, Connected Home

Craig Barratt | Posted 03.24.2012 | Technology
Craig Barratt

Within the next three to five years, I envision literally hundreds of devices in the home will be connected: multimedia, thermostats, light switches, security systems, irrigation systems, white goods and automobiles.

California Takes On 170 Million 'Vampires'

AP | NOAKI SCHWARTZ | Posted 03.14.2012 | Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES — California has declared war on vampires, but this time it's no Hollywood monster flick. The state will be the first in the nation...

WATCH: The 'Little Printer' That Could?

Posted 11.29.2011 | Technology

The latest product from BERG, a London-based design studio, turns headlines, weather, games and more into a printed "mini newspaper." Dubbed "Little P...

Bianca Bosker

Steve Jobs: 'Google You F--king Ripped Off The iPhone'

HuffingtonPost.com | Bianca Bosker | Posted 12.20.2011 | Technology

Escalating lawsuits and barbed comments by executives have dramatized the all-out war between Apple and Google for dominance over mobile devices. B...

Mobil Devices: The Explosion Heard 'Round the Globe

Paul Bloom | Posted 11.27.2011 | Technology
Paul Bloom

With more than half the world's population paying to use a mobile phone, and nearly a quarter using the internet, what's next?

What Does Your Mobile Device Say About You?

The Huffington Post | Rieva Lesonsky | Posted 05.02.2013 | Small Business

What does your mobile device say about you? Well, it might reveal your true age. What's the number-one way people lose data on their smartphones? You ...

How Google Plans To Protect Android From Apple

Bloomberg | Posted 10.22.2011 | Technology

Among Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc.’s more than 17,000 patents, a group of 18 may prove most useful in Google Inc. (GOOG)’s effort to fend off l...

iPhone vs. Android Users: The Differences Revealed

The Huffington Post | Cooper Smith | Posted 10.16.2011 | Technology

Hunch, a personal recommendation service, has surveyed 15,818 of its users to determine the average demographic, personality, and lifestyle of iPhone ...