The number is simply astounding: In the second quarter of 2016, Facebook had more than 1.7 billion active monthly users. And it’s a safe bet that many of them don’t know these five secrets. 1. Erase your
(The Bridge) – As IT industry workers normally work facing to desktops or laptops, more than a few of them are willing to use items like a standing desk to avoid sitting at work for all day. While there
We think the most beautiful apps of the year use color creatively, simplify otherwise annoying experiences, and spark our imaginations with stunning game environments. They feature a strong attention detail,
More outlets are creating this TV content, from streaming-video companies like Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu, to cable networks increasingly getting into the scripted-show game, like Bravo, E!, and Spike.
Doing business today means sending emails. In fact, the number of business emails sent each day doubles every four years. Today's business emails are mostly read on smartphones rather than PCs, which you've
It's a problem felt by authorities and tech companies alike that has become more pronounced. Especially after a number of major companies were embarrassed by the Edward Snowden's leaks, which showed the
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Even now, he still spends about 80% of his day reading. "Look, my job is essentially just corralling more and more and more facts and information, and occasionally seeing whether that leads to some action,"
Not true. While it's hard to protect your personal information on the internet with 100% effectiveness, there are a few easy steps you can take that will make you a lot safer. And you don't have to be
Zuckerberg's book club, A Year of Books, has focused on big ideas that influence society and business. For his 18th pick, he's gone with "Why Nations Fail" by MIT economist Daren Acemoğlu and Harvard scientist