SNAP, Spectacles, and the Social Media App Clone Wars

Published on February 21, 2017

SNAP, the IPO from social media platform SnapChat, is set to arrive sometime in the…

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What Does Betsy DeVos Mean For EdTech and STEM Education?

Published on February 17, 2017

Betsy DeVos, Trump’s controversial pick for Secretary of Education recently appointed by the skin of…

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Huawei will Launch a Google Now AI Assistant Competitor

Published on February 16, 2017

Huawei isn’t the new kid on the block anymore — in fact, it’s the third-largest…

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Wireless Charging Enters the Picture for Next iPhone

Published on February 14, 2017

New York iPhone app developers have been eagerly awaiting the arrival of wireless charging for…

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Finally, A “Turk” That Works for Bootstrapped Startups

Published on February 13, 2017

Algorithms and machine learning are pretty much a given for serious mobile startups these days….

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Immigration Ban is a Disaster for the Tech Economy

Published on February 7, 2017

On January 27, Trump issued an executive order banning immigrants from select Muslim-majority countries. The…

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What Happens When App Growth Hacking Backfires

Published on February 6, 2017

If, like the vast majority of Americans, you have a phone and a few friends,…

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Are Users Ready to See Ads in their Personal Chats?

Published on February 3, 2017

Are users ready for ads to enter the personal chat space? Facebook seems to think…

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Brands Are Creating Their Own Branded Voice Assistants

Published on February 2, 2017

Move over, Siri — there’s a new cheery-voiced assistant vying for user attention. Starbucks is…

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Lyft vs Uber Debate is More Than Business Politics

Published on January 30, 2017

Personal politics and business deals aren’t the only issues on the line anymore when it…

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