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Can broadcasters convince advertisers to keep paying to reach a smaller, fragmented audience?
Can broadcasters convince advertisers to keep paying to reach a smaller, fragmented audience? At the television upfront presentations this week, networks tried to prove they...
In the same week, IBM put out two press releases on cloud analytics. Who would have thought that possible a few years ago? Did the big, rigid, and smart IBM of mainframe, Deep Blue, and Watson fame really migrate to the cloud?
One day the notion of the Net existing only behind a screen will seem odd, predicts BERG Cloud's Matt Webb. "To me the Internet won't stay trapped behind the glass; we'll see it flip. It'll be everywhere."
It's just the kind of thinking, where video is about surveillance, that we get confused notions of why having classroom cameras can make a difference for teachers. First, let's get clear on why these aren't "surveillance" cameras in either the literal or figurative sense.
First things first: oh, you world travelers, for pleasure or for work, never, ever fly Baltic Airlines.
It's the second day at Google I/O 2013 in San Francisco. While the other members of the HuffPost tech team on site have been pursuing sessions on Android and Google Glass, I've been focused on something much more mundane: the World Wide Web.
Millennials are telling their secrets, they just aren't telling them to you. Sure, you think you know everything about this generation that lives life one tweet at a time, but the truth is Millennials are much more private than you think.
For employers, finding technology workers is no easy task. In fact, technology workers rank among the third most difficult positions to fill. So what's going on, and how can employers compensate?
Data for data's sake is powerless. It's only when end users are given access to the data to gain insights, see trends and make predictions that the data can actually tell a story. In this way, data becomes a bridge to knowledge.
Your web site must be the center of gravity for your online strategy. While you need to use multiple channels for reach, the most important activity needs to coalesce around one place, and that must be your web site.
So many people are hiding these days behind their devices, using efficiency and speed as just one of the many excuses to avoid direct communication. I don't purport to be the Emily Post of digital etiquette, but the following are times when some form of more intimate and potentially interactive communication may be preferable to their smart phone or tablet equivalent.
BOSTON - Akamai has expanded its analytics offering to include new functionality to track the individual viewer experience and consumption history, explains Noreen Hafez, senior...
Recently I became aware that many if not most home Wi-Fi routers are very easy to hack by cyber criminals. I thought, my mom has Wi-Fi,...
Yet what is lost in the ideological debate of MOOCs and online learning is an understanding of the actual students that are taking so long to graduate, wasting so much of their own and taxpayer's money, and graduating without employable skills.
Everyone knows the big digital marketing tools like Mailchimp, Hootsuite, and Buffer. But I use a bunch of amazing tools and sites that it seems nobody's heard of. This should be in the toolset of everyone who manages a brand. Or wants to check up on what your kids are saying online. Here are my secret weapons.
Most of our children are not focused on becoming creators of technology. They spend countless hours playing games, with little interest in what's powering them. They're incredibly interested in and inspired by their devices -- why can't we connect the dots and turn that into a huge learning opportunity?
As a cadre of Google executives took turns touting Google's newest products at a conference in California on Wednesday, they also described how they were...
Yesterday, the blog Eater posted an entry about an alarming Craigslist ad by an unscrupulous business owner attempting to pay for fake Yelp reviews. The good news is that Yelp has pioneered successful strategies in fighting consumer fraud.
What seemed to be the overarching theme at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference in New York this month? Some ideas are ready to go to market and some are still inspirations on the back of a napkin. But seeing early stage firms with only $350,000 to $550,000 in funding is pretty cool.