Is it possible to design an app that delivers the ultimate radio experience, complete with visually stunning graphics and social media capabilities, too? I came away impressed with Handcast Media Labs’ new product.
This bucket helps you bail the endless deluge of web content into smaller pools.
If you’re starting or building a business, wouldn’t it be great to have one-on-one mentoring from former Apple evangelist and current venture capitalist Guy Kawasaki? Or personal time with Jack Welch, the former CEO of GE.
About 300 tech types gathered last week for schmoozing and updates on such enterprises as great startups, partnerships, product demonstrations and even investment opportunities.
Jobs, characteristically, did not mince words, saying that Google wants to kill the iPhone and that Adobe is “lazy” because it has the potential to do interesting things but refuses to follow through.
After Wednesday’s introductory event, many Minnesota Twitter users tweeted their disappointment, especially after all the buzz before its launch.
Wired magazine’s latest cover story highlights the changes in the “tools of factory production” that make everything from electronics assembly to high-tech printing available to individuals.
A Minnesota startup that seemed to come out of nowhere in 2008 and then won the prestigious 2009 Minnesota Cup competition has rocked the local startup community with news it has secured a significant initial round of venture financing.
The service enables the posting of any sort of event, class or gathering that requires a participant to purchase a ticket.
By making information about consumer products transparent, such mobile-phone applications as GoodGuide are trying to help people shop smarter and motivate companies to offer even better products.
VISI is launching a public beta test of its ReliaCloud cloud computing service, whereby any business can now apply to easily set up one or more computer servers that are accessible from any Internet browser anywhere in the world.
There are two broad themes from IDC, the global tech analyst firm: a “recovery” that brings more spending, and the focus on the “transformation” occurring in technology.
Too often, I’m doubtful these technologies are truly making classrooms future-ready. With change accelerating, students need exposure to a wide range of tech-related issues that will be “table stakes” in the game of life.
Whether you call it video teleconference, video telepresence, webcamming or just video chat, Soltrite does it.
With so many social media services, it’s no surprise that many have been looking for a “better mousetrap” to manage them all. Two young designers and a venture capital veteran are taking interactive media management to a higher level.
Its approach of combining robust functionality with a clean user interface makes for a compelling experience when working on group projects.
Who’da thunk it? A traditional media outlet embracing start-up thinking and collaborating with competitors in developing a site that allows staff and public interaction in gathering information. Now that is innovation.
The concept of Best Buy’s Twelpforce is quite simple: enlist a legion of employees as customer service representatives to respond to Twitter questions and concerns about its products and services. Here’s what the company’s finding.
So, why would a company choose a regional player like Visi as its cloud computing provider? The obvious advantage is peace of mind — the “comfort factor” that all its data is nearby, not on the other side of the world.
As mobile phones have become more powerful, the need to access and back up information on them has increased. Here’s a look at some of the pros and cons of these two competitors.