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.
Over 500,000 magazines have been created since Flipboard debuted their new edition two weeks ago.
Editor's Pick SumAll forms a foundation to channel its resources, expertise, and equity towards addressing global issues.
What are Europe's hottest startup hubs? The Europas European startup awards take place in Berlin next week and I took a look at the nominatation data to find out.
2012 may not mark the end of the world, but it may signal a nasty end to the perhaps not great -- but also not terrible -- economic malaise of the United States.
Even when a service is up 99.5 percent of the time -- which might sound pretty good to non-developers -- it's down almost 44 hours in a year.
Quick trivia question: Which U.S city hosts the most of the world's million most-visited websites?
Tomorrow Americans will vote for a president, new or continuing. Social media users, however, have already decided who has won -- at least in their tweets, shares, and likes.
Is email killing teamwork?
Last month super-angel Dave McClure told me that one of his hottest areas of investment was education. McClure and 500 Startups are mostly investing in informal education, but all of education is ripe for disruption, as Codeacademy, Khan Academy, and MIT OpenCourseware are teaching us.
iDevices make people crazy, apparently.
That's the only explanation I can think why 40 percent of consumers would rather get in a fender-bender than accidentally destroy their iPad. Or why a third would rather have a root canal, and 16 crazy percent would rather break their nose.
My blissful dreams of robot-aided leisure colossal couch-potato-dom were brutally crushed, alas, under the harsh realities of early adopterhood.
As 2012 has so far shown the security breach situation isn't getting any better.
A decade -- 10 years. Doesn't sound like much, right?
But a decade ago, the big social networking story was Friendster with a whopping 3 million users. Microsoft's Internet Explorer had 95 percent market share. And less than 600 million people were online globally ... fewer than Facebook users alone in 2012.
London 2012 starts today, and many of us will be glued to screens both large and small for the next 16 days. But while we’re watching, we’re probably also tweeting: cheering our teams and our stars.
And while NBC might …
The who, what, when, where, and why as it relates to players spending money on Facebook games.
8 billion fish caught, a player dying every 27 seconds, 58,000 times more gold than Fort Knox...check out this fascinating infographic for RuneScape, holder of the Guinness World Record for the most popular free-to-play massively multiplayer online game.
Not to get all Emily Post on y’all, but have you ever considered how many times a day you’re inadvertently rude because of the ways and moments in which you use your smartphone?
From texting while driving to Words With …
The market for platform-as-a-service (PaaS) companies will grow steadily in the next several years because of the potential for operational improvement and cost reduction, according to a just-released survey by Engine Yard.
Engine Yard competes heavily with Salesforce’s Force.com and …
The U.S. Census Bureau has released an infographic in honor of Independence Day. The interesting part from a Silicon Valley perspective? The technology used to collect and analyze the data.
The first census was taken in 1790 with paper and …