In the world of mobile user acquisition, organic installs are extremely important. They not only help keep the eCPI (effective cost per install) down, but organic installs can also be the most active profitable
Robert Scoble is no longer worried about job creation. And that’s good, right? I mean… one less thing. ‘Scobleizer,’ the Entrepreneur in Residence at Upload VR and noted futurist, took some today time
Everyone else has stickers, so why not Twitter? Making good on its promises last month that it would soon be launching a new way for users to decorate the photos they’re sharing across its network, Twitter
The airline’s new app by Work & Co launches in beta this week. Travel agents were among the first casualties of the Internet age, rendered obsolete by websites that let travelers select and book their
Mobile wallets are coming of age, according to a new report released today by Urban Airship. Importantly, they are driving in-store sales and increasing loyalty — but not in the way you’d expect. Before
Tumblr this week quietly announced plans to roll out a new advertising program across its site which will see it implementing ads across users’ blogs. The company did not provide specific details on how
You love speaking with your family in Skype, but your significant other prefers to chat over WhatsApp. Your friends are pretty active on Messenger, but you have to go through Slack to reach your colleagues
Twilio has launched a product that lets developers incorporate real-time synchronization into their applications. Called Twilio Sync, it opens up access to backend state synchronization infrastructure
Microsoft is announcing a whole slew of updates throughout Office, using the cloud and artificial intelligence to help you work more efficiently across Word, Outlook, and PowerPoint. Word Word is getting
Some of the biggest names in air travel and health care, as well as the U.S. government, may soon bring their virtual assistants to Facebook, Amazon’s Alexa, and Twilio, as Next IT announced today that
Independent designer Jessica Hische, Dropbox’s Anisha Jain, and Pinterest’s Tiffani Jones Brown share tips for operating at your best. No one designer is the same, and only you can create and maintain
Verizon has agreed to acquire Yahoo for $4.83 billion in an all-cash deal, which will be completed early next year. The telecom giant, which also owns AOL, will bring under its wing all of Yahoo’s search,
Noise Patterns is Tristan Perich's latest experiment with 1-bit composition The matte-black circuit board that holds Tristan Perich’s Noise Patterns has a few things in common with your average smartphone.
If your business has seen successful growth in the US, it most likely will see success in other countries as well. And, you may want to lock up those markets, before some other company does. I recently
These companies have found a way to keep their employees engaged instead of dragging in the afternoons, and it doesn’t involve caffeine. If your mind starts to wander and you could really use a nap or
Fresh off its $16 million funding round from earlier this spring, popular airfare prediction app Hopper is moving beyond simply helping travelers figure out when to fly in order to snag the best deal.
It may surprise you to learn that Japanese companies are still making video cassette recorders, but this fact won't remain useful for too long — manufacturing will cease at the end of the month. Funai
Even if you aren’t working nights and weekends, the expectation of constant availability can cause you to burn out. It’s 9 p.m. and you suddenly remember that you wanted to ask your employee about an project.