This post originally appeared on the Buffer blog. Funny, we’ve had the Facebook Like button along the side of every Buffer blog post for the past several years. And I don’t think I’ve ever clicked it.
Research from Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PWC) reveals that in 2013, US venture capitalists committed $29.4 billion to 3,995 deals, with investments in internet-specific companies reaching the highest total
NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. — #Help. #CPAC2014. Republicans believe they got crushed in the tech race in 2012, so they called Facebook and Twitter to advise them on how to reboot their efforts for 2014 and 2016.
Google Search is changing rapidly. Given the company’s love of small, rapid-fire updates, its sometimes hard to keep track of where the company is going, but earlier this month, at the LeWeb conference
Scientists Are Using Metamaterials To Build Everything From Wireless Phone Chargers To Invisibility Cloaks
While the holy grail of metamaterials is still to make objects and people invisible to the eye, they are set to have a more tangible commercial impact playing more mundane roles - from satellite antennas
Three years ago, my friend Chris Maury, 27, realized he was straining his eyes to read words on a computer screen. After paying a visit to his doctor, Maury was diagnosed with a rare genetic condition
Samsung will premiere its new line of smart TVs in 2014. In the future, kids won't only fight over the remote control. They will also battle over what to watch by shouting and gesticulating wildly at television
Hunger will drive kids to do crazy things. Like stay at school. A few weeks ago South Bronx public schools had a half-day, with dismissal at noon. Yet almost all the kids stayed an extra hour, waiting