One of the easiest and most effective ways to grow your business is by investing in
social media platforms such as Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.
Small companies are making inroads into the renewable energy industry,
with innovations that can bring major benefits to developing regions
looking to strengthen their infrastructure.
Facebook is signing on to an effort from California Attorney General
Kamala D. Harris to make app makers more accountable.
Pinterest, launched in March 2010, allows users to share images they like and pin them up on virtual “boards.”
Battle lines have been drawn between libraries and publishers over
electronic books, and victory could hinge on a Supreme Court decision.
Technology Africa has recently awarded Austin Kwesi Okere with the
Personality of the Year Award. Okere is the CEO for Computer Warehouse Group.
Come fall, new Apple Inc. iPhones and iPads will have a slew of new features, including a souped-up mapping feature.
Video conferences have largely been confined to offices. Not anymore.
New technologies let employees use them where anywhere they are.
Outside Facebook’s campus is a sign with a hand giving a thumbs-up. It may be the only place on the planet where Facebook is getting one of those.
Google Search for iPhone has gotten a complete overhaul that makes the
app much cleaner, speedier and a bit user-friendlier, if you will.