The Internet has done much to level the playing field for people looking to launch businesses and even more so those looking to grow them, but there is still some ways to go in terms of removing the blinds of a perceived Web-based utopia.
By Noah J. Nelson (@noahjnelson) Mainstream. That's the watchword out of today's reveal of the new XBox One console. (You may want to read up on the bullet points before going further. This is an analysis piece.) The Redmond giant set itself an...
Right To Privacy,
The privacy revolution is real. True privacy is an inherent right of law-abiding citizens everywhere.
The former chief evangelist of Apple, Guy Kawasaki, took center stage at the social media breakfast in Auckland on Wednesday, May 15 to share some of his enchanting wisdom on being enchanting and social media.
Apple Tax Evasion,
Apple Taxes Reaction,
Offshore Tax Havens,
I want Apple to innovate with new "incredibly great" products that wow the world like the iMac and iPhone did--not with new ways of nickel and diming Uncle Sam. Do what's right and stick to what Apple does best and continued success will surely follow.
Make no mistake, this is no different than any other high-tech stock. It's risky, it's volatile, and you should not invest any more than you are prepared to forfeit all together.
Google's Project Glass,
Though permanence will continue to be one of the assets of the digital age, with an influx of technologies that make it so you don't need to be haunted by your past, it's likely that soon most Millennial consumers will demand to choose how long a digital property should exist for.
By Chanda Gonzales Chanda is a Director of Education at XPRIZE. There is a lot of discussion in the education arena around STEM curriculum (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). Technology is advancing at a rapid speed and we know that STEM plays a crucial...
Our job as parents is to talk with (not at) our kids and help them develop life-time habits that will protect them in just about all situations online and offline.
Third Industrial Revolution,
Canada Business News
I'm enthusiastic about the bright future that is ahead if we can continue to foster and encourage governments, business leaders and young students to look beyond the limits to make the impossible, possible. I find myself wondering what it will take to win in this Third Industrial Revolution, and I keep coming back to our youth, these students whose brilliant minds know no limits. Are we doing enough to encourage and inspire them? Are we finding the right venues to foster innovation and commercialization of the best ideas in Canada, or will we retain our role as an exporter of raw goods, rather than an information economy of the future?
As mobile technology expands, so too does the need to run that technology. And that can mean using a gobsmack lot of batteries, which can mean a gobsmack lot of money to replace. As a result, a lot of people turn to rechargeable batteries as an alternative.
When you get a first glimpse of what Brow.si does to any mobile site, you will essentially forget everything you know about the mobile web. No, seriously.
Everyone is in sales. It doesn't matter what industry you are in or your role within an organization. We're all selling something. And the most successful people not only know this, they embrace it and look for ways to make selling easier.
We call on Facebook to make the only responsible decision and take swift, clear action on this issue, to bring your policy on rape and domestic violence into line with your own moderation goals and guidelines.
Food shortages in India are compounded by a lack of cold-chain storage facilities, but a new solar-powered cold storage device, developed by the University of Cincinnati in partnership with industry, could put this problem on ice.
Shredding privacy is the essence of Tumblr's appeal to Yahoo, and even though it has said it will retain the social networking site's founders in key positions, one way or another that very personal data will be mined and inevitably fall into what users will discover to be the wrong hands.
As I have read the various articles and blogs about Google Glass over the last few weeks, it has led me to marvel at how completely people are missing the point.
Being at a startup not only provides the opportunity to imagine new products, but also allows you to reimagine established ways of doing things.
Apple (like many giant, multinational corporations) has been avoiding paying the taxes they owe to the country by setting up foreign "subsidiaries" in tax-haven countries, and moving jobs out of the country. Now they want a special tax break to reward them for doing that.
A simple phone is harder to track than a smartphone. Such a phone would lack the WIFI, Bluetooth and GPS features of a smart phone, it would contain very little information.