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By now, we’re sure you know that your phone is basically a physical briefcase for your digital identity. Yet so few of us treat it that way.
As hackable as our phones are — and as mind-numbingly ignorant as most of
Check it out, sports fans: We’ve compiled a fun little chart showing exactly how well earnings season went for the top publicly traded companies in tech.
And it’s a delightfully mixed bag. Powerhouse Apple and still-struggling Yahoo went into a power slump, while Netflix rode
Pebble is finally launching its application marketplace, the Pebble appstore. The big day of days is Monday, February 3, 2014.
The appstore itself is a smartphone application — Inception! — that shows various apps in a range of categories such as fitness, remotes, notifications, and
Over the past few months, we’ve collected the thoughts, hopes, and fears of more than 600 people in a survey on social media in the workplace.
And increasingly, those hopes and fears are shifting. It’s less likely that you’ll be scared of “getting caught” using
E-commerce is making a comeback, with investors pouring gobs of funding into fast-growing online retailers.
Earlier this week, home goods seller One Kings Lane landed a massive $112 million in financing. And today, reports circulated that Wayfair closed a massive $150 million round.These
If the antics of Toronto mayor Rob Ford weren’t enough, a new report about spying on airline passengers raises questions about whether Canadians fully deserve their reputations as the most trustworthy and polite people on the planet.
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It took Facebook three years
18 months after it reached the 150 million download plateau, mobile ad platform StartApp announced today that it has now hit over 1.5 billion downloads. And while the official release says the company’s ad software is now embedded in 60,000