Editor’s Pick Zenefits has managed to do the impossible — get people excited about back office operations.
Yahoo is putting hundreds of seemingly valuable domain names up for sale, the company announced today.
Brad met the woman of his dreams, and it turned into a nightmare. A great first date was followed by the inevitable googling of his name.
The textbook rental site’s stock fell to $9.82 a share, at the time of publishing, but board member Paul Holland is optimistic that the stock will ultimately go up.
IBM just snapped up another company — its eighth in 18 months — to replace its poorly regarded mobile device management offering.
It’s Christmas-comes-early for geeks.
“I like solving problems — I don’t like programming. It’s tedious,” said the creator of PHP on stage at our DevBeat conference.
While Facebook had already dished out $1 billion to buy photo sharing social network Instagram, the company was hoping to make an even bigger offer for photo service Snapchat.
Sponsored Post Booker, a leading cloud-based software provider that streamlines operations and helps businesses grow their revenues, is pleased to announce that it has added three new members to its senior leadership team, Bill Smith as Chief…
Editor’s Pick The biggest example of tech success in Finland is the game sector.
The Internet responded to the news that Todd Park would be subpoenaed to appear at a House Oversight Committee hearing by protesting with the hashtag #LetToddWork.
Advertisers using Twitter to connect with potential customers can now target with even more fine-grained accuracy, thanks to three new updates that Twitter announced today.
Dropbox presented a completely rebuilt, re-imagined Dropbox for business product today that aims to make it easier for people to switch between their work and personal accounts from one central place.
There’s a new challenger in the desktop virtualization space.
Editor's Pick Karma. Anyone who has spent too much time in Excel spreadsheets needs some.
Quirky, the maker of the Pivot Power, is raising more money to build the future of weird connected devices.
Sponsored Post When it comes to the great mobile app development debate, the split between native and web sometimes takes on almost religious zeal.
Selligy, a customer relationship management app for iPhone, aims to make salespeople more effective by automating much of the sales process. And Salesforce.com, the CRM giant, appears to like it.
Sponsored Post With a plethora of options competing for consumers’ time online these days (either for entertainment or for other services), if your credit union desires an effective and vibrant virtual banking presence, you’d better be aiming to create a quality experience for your members — a quality virtual banking experience.
If you’re trying to produce likable, shareable Instagram images, you’d better share blueish images with a lot of background, texture, and light. And stay away from red.
Mainframe2 promises to run graphically intensive Windows software right in your web browser. To do that reliably, it’s getting a little help from Amazon.
The Acquisition Value Predictor predicts the lifetime value of installs with over 75% accuracy.
Guest Post When I was a youngish “tech lawyer” in D.C., I discovered that every D.C. lawyer advocating for tech entrepreneurs thought they were full-blown tech lawyers. We were not. We were policy advocates. I learned this the hard way.
Sponsored Post Skulpt, a leading technology developer that empowers people to better understand their bodies, unveiled today the first-ever device to measure muscle fitness. The Skulpt Aim is the world’s only wireless device able to accurately measure…
Startup culture is homogenous. It feeds itself into a cycle of startups that build features and sell them as businesses. Few are making big solutions for big problems. Racism and misogyny are still issues.
Richard Stallman vehemently believes that software should be free, and treated with the same reverence as free speech.
Capriza makes it significantly easier for employees to access Web-based business applications on their phones, without requiring any coding, integrations, or APIs.
Texting and driving is actually more dangerous than drinking and driving. Road Wars launched its mobile app today that aims to make people more focused, careful, and law-abiding when they drive.
As if our Facebook news feeds weren’t already polluted enough.
Editor’s Pick It all started with a viral dance video.
Starting today, these self-described Hungarian security freaks are offering a $25,000 prize to anyone who can hack their startup.
Aiming to be a social networking destination for movie fans and studios alike, MovieLaLa announced today that it has received seed funding from several investors.
The interest in hospitality inspired the new products that Airbnb launched today — the superhost program, stories, and groups for hosts.
Github cofounder Tom Preston-Werner delivered a rousing keynote speech on how the Internet is changing the way we work at our DevBeat conference.
Twitter just introduced “custom timelines,” a new way of organizing and sharing collections of tweets that Twitter users can create to organize and share custom stories on events or conversations, right on Twitter.
Apple and BlackBerry can now be mentioned in the same breath as two major (or, in BlackBerry’s case, once-major) mobile platforms that are decreasing in market share.
FoundationDB thinks you don’t need to sacrifice consistency to achieve scalability.
The goal is to provide high quality loans to people who banks typically decline, so they can avoid sinking into mountains of debt.
Editor’s Pick Can a small airline turn the airline industry upside down?
Bill.com, a payment and invoicing service startup, has raised a fresh $38 million round of funding, the company announced today.