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Christon tells TechRepublic about pulling in consumers to the space where brands intersect.
Learn how Google services can offer remote employees full productivity and participation in their businesses.
The halls of once great companies are lined with strategies that had no chance of materializing, simply because everyone was focused on the return, and nobody was focused on the in...
Like last night, figuring out why file type associations just DOES NOT WORK properly in Windows 7, or why I have to pay money to change my wallpaper (Windows 7 starter edition). ...
In this webcast, the presenter explains about how Yahoo! Local used YUI 3 to develop their iOS app using a native Objective-C wrapper with HTML5 and YUI running in a UIWebView.
Openness of Search Engine: A Critical Flaw in Search Systems; a Case Study on Google, Yahoo and Bing
There is no doubt that Search Engines are playing a great role in Internet usage. But all the top search engines Google, Yahoo and Bing are having a critical flaw called "Openness ...
Venture Capital (VC) companies work on behalf of their own third-party investors to provide investment. Their challenge was they had raised some issues that the website seemed to b...
Universities and research labs force people to live on the edge of technology, says John Hennessy, President of Stanford University. And this exploration, he points out, helps them...
New security risks, along with increased demands for accountability, are changing the compliance picture. IT risk management and compliance expert Joe Degidio recently discussed th...
Justin James, who is now a member of the HTML Working Group, interviews HTML 5 Editor Ian Hickson. Discover the pain points Hickson expects HTML 5 will address, his favorite featur...