In a bid to strengthen its relationships with vendors in China, Qualcomm has launched a dedicated unit that will assist local smartphone manufacturers sell their handsets abroad.
According to a recently released United Nations report, India was the fifth largest producer of e-waste in the year 2014. The country
Photo app and photo plugin software maker Visual Supply Co. (VSCO) has raised $30 million Series B in a round led by Glynn Capital Management that included existing investors Accel Partners and Goldcrest Investments. Founded in 2011, VSCO makes the … Continue reading ?
Digital transformation goes beyond any single service, said Steve Bates, Principal CIO advisory KPMG LLP, runs the Global Technology Business Management Practice. Technology has been “democratized,” he said, “and is accessible to everyone.” It this type of environment, leaves some … Continue reading ?
This article explains a step by step approach to learn Datazen reports development and management.
Calling for a greater cooperation between e-commerce companies in India and banks, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has said that it
Job marketplace Freelancer.com announced today that it has agreed to purchased Escrow.com for $7.5 million in cash. The acquisition was funded by through an placement of $10 million AUD (about $7.8 million) in ordinary shares of Freelancer.com to institutional investors. Show More Summary
With Google confirming the change is to be permanent, you will no longer find the Nexus 7 in the Google Store. The 2013 version of the popular Android tablet has been effectively discontinued.
With hundreds of great social media management platforms available for small businesses, streamlining your social media calendar really can be as easy as picking a platform and scheduling posts to complement your current content marketing plan.
A report last week stated that Nokia was planning to return to the smartphone game when its non-compete with Microsoft ended on December 31st, 2015. But a statement released today by Nokia flat-out denies the report, describing it as false and inaccurate. Read more...
A new arrival on the game making scene TBAG GAMES have released their first game onto the Windows Phone Store. Pictureroo Memory Puzzle Challenge is an addictive free memory game that will be enjoyed by adults and children. The game is easy to pick up but difficult to master. The game consists of various worlds […]
Last week I wrote about how you can make employees proud to represent your brand, and part of that has to do with your culture. Some companies create an authentic culture that works uniquely for them. When other companies try to replicate it they fail. Some successful companies have a [...]
Companies as we know them today were largely started from and based on two entities. The Hudson's Bay Company was into the business of fur trading and was founded in 1602, it grew to around 1,500 employees. The Dutch East India Company was into trade and was also founded in 1602 [...]
Jay Z took to Twitter over the weekend to defend his streaming music company Tidal, despite the fact that all public indicators would suggest that a month after its relaunch it’s sinking like a brick. Tidal, originally launched in 2014 … Continue reading ?
The bitcoin-watching news service CoinDesk recently released its first quarter look into the cryptocurrency’s performance during the opening months of 2015. Mostly the data is net positive, showing an increase in total wallets, and investment. Show More Summary
Now that users finally have the Apple Watch in their eager little hands, the device is finally being put to the test in real world conditions, which includes cracking the screen Although there is (thankfully) no epidemic of smashed Apple...Show More Summary
Robert Fedoruk, CEO and cofounder of Wolfpack Cloud Services LLC, says he’s waited for the ServiceNow Store for years. As Wolfpack moves into development, it has one app available already—FocalPoint—through ServiceNow’s app store. “It’s about rapid deployment of self-service experiences … Continue reading ?
As virtual reality improves, Jane McGonigal says, it may come to be considered as authentic as everyday life.
Tomorrow’s Internet will be everywhere and in everything, he argues, and it will be more proactive, helping us make better decisions.