More than half of us say we can't remember all our passwords. Which makes sense, given that almost a third of all companies require their employees to remember six or more of them.
Guest Post There's a trend surfacing that will start to push BYOD out of the picture in the next few years. Corporately Owned, Personally Enabled (COPE) devices are the next big thing, and within the next three years, projections indicate 70 percent of global organizations will adopt it.
In quantum hacking, messages are sent from Alice to Bob. But if the Institute for Quantum Computing's contract hacker is successful, Eve gets the information instead.
Zynga cofounder Mark Pincus just announced plans to launch an accelerator for startups developing educational games.
Guest Post The founder of Allegis Capital outlines the steps entrepreneurs should take to make board members real partners in the company and get the most out of the relationship.
Exciting public-data-search startup Enigma has won TechCrunch Disrupt NY's Startup Battlefield amid strong competition.
MindMixer's founders are on a mission to inspire citizen engagement, particularly around important social issues like education and health care.
Yahoo has acquired 4 million user to-do app Astrid, which allows users to create task lists on Android and iOS phones and tablets, as well as the web. No financial details were released.
The ongoing saga around approving taxi hailing apps in New York City is beginning to resemble a wild ride in one of the city's taxis.
U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan spoke frankly to a roomful of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs about the crisis in our current education system.
Editor's Pick Most startup founders fresh off raising $15 million from Andreessen Horowitz would show up at a tech conference ready to prove themselves further. Not Rap Genius.
It looks like Facebook's huge mobile risk is turning into a huge mobile opportunity.
“We’ve sent a team of people around the world to see what they use, and we care about everybody, not just you guys,” Facebooker Peter Deng said to a room full of tech elites.
More than half of Facebook's revenue comes from international sources, and only around 20 percent of monthly active users are based in the U.S. and Canada.
MapMyFitness made the most significant web update and redesign in three years to become a "more beautiful, cleaner, easier to live in" house for all your workout activity.
On Deck says it opened its round to further investment so it can build more products, and hire technical talent. But the company will also benefit from its association with Thiel, a major player in Silicon Valley, and a notoriously founder-friendly investor.
Microsoft still isn't divulging official Surface numbers, but it looks like it's at least making a dent in the tablet market.
Adsolut launched today as the "admeld for Africa." It is an ad network and management platform that helps web publishers more effectively sell and manage their ads online in sub-Saharan Africa.
Enigma.io launched out of beta today to be "Google for public data," with strategic investment from the New York Times.