Updated on July 10 at 10:45 with comments from Google spokesperson. A storm is brewing among leading cloud storage providers, and business owners stand to benefit enormously from rapidly plummeting prices.
BrightWork is designed with the key project management stakeholders in mind, from the executive that needs immediate visibility into all projects across the organization, to the team member that must effectively
Glassdoor.com, a jobs and career community where people share information and opinions about the places they work, has just unveiled its 2013 retail industry report card, which sheds light into which rate
It's the last picture show for Blockbuster. The retail company that introduced millions of Americans to stay-home movie nights said Wednesday it will close its 300 remaining U.S. stores by early January
If you look at some of the latest startup offices, there seems to be a competition to who can have the coolest ping pong tables, kitchen, and big TVs displaying real time data. But are they essential office
They'll go on phones, bicycles, teenagers—anything! Misplaced your phone? Dropped your keys? Lost your dog? This crowdfunded project would let you locate basically anything with tiny GPS trackers that
One-quarter of all fatalities among U.S. men ages 18 to 50 result from unintentional injury. Here, we break out the specific types of fatal accidents and show how they compare with all causes of death.
Microsoft late Monday announced it is buying Nokia's smartphone and cellular handset business in a deal worth $7.2 billion. The deal sent Finnish firm Nokia's Helsinki-listed shares zooming 31% in afternoon
Amazing science videos, in six-second bites. On August 15th, GE put forth a call: make the best science-themed Vine video you can. Vines are short, 6-second clips, often looping, made with a simple app
Here's how it works. Since their debut 13 years ago, in-car night-vision systems, which identify pedestrians approaching a roadway, have arguably made driving safer. But they come with a pretty big blind
Time-tested, universally accepted axioms of the sport. In most cases, these rules started out as a lightbulb over one runner’s head. After a while, that runner told a few running buddies (probably during
Incomes for U.S. consumers increased in July, but at a snail’s pace, and kept a leash on consumer spending, with little reason to expect sharp gains in the near future. Personal income was up 0.1% and
With several companies developing technologies that can turn any surface into a touchscreen, it should be widely available soon. Those who want to try it out before it's cool, however, should look towards
Google just went down for about 5 minutes. The outage, observed by the VentureBeat staff and confirmed by multiple Twitter reports, lasted from approximately 3:50 p.m. to approximately 3:55 p.m. Pacific
Probably not do-it-yourself Tom Donhou, a bicycle builder based in Hackney, London, just went 80 mph on a bike. As a point of reference: You or I might hit 30 mph, tops, on a flat surface; a professional