The culmination of a year of nonstop travel, Eater restaurant editor Bill Addison’s guide to the 38 best restaurants in America is here, and it's incredible. While Bill runs down the top places to eat
Knotch promises marketers a better way to collect user feedback about the effectiveness of their sponsored content. Now it’s announcing that it has received a design patent for its approach. Basically,
In a hilarious new marketing campaign, Spotify is taking to billboards to pose some rather serious questions (and provide commentary) about its users. One of the new billboards, for example, will read:
Wherever you go online, someone is trying to personalize your web experience and that could be changing your identity
Your preferences are pre-empted, your intentions and motivations predicted. That toaster you briefly glanced at three months ago keeps returning to haunt your browsing in tailored advertising sidebars.
Crisp Fall days are meant for comfort food, and there are so many ways to make that happen with Fall produce. Pumpkin pastas, butternut squash soups, and more hearty Autumn dinners will warm your soul
A Portuguese liquor brand sees an England soccer star getting kicked in the head in front of its ad at the stadium. So it capitalizes brilliantly, just in time for the Euro 2016 European soccer championship.
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Data is growing at a faster rate than ever before. By 2020, every person online will create roughly 1.7 megabytes of new data every second
The author of a new book argues companies should focus less on data and more on conversations. Ask Google how many people are searching for the term "big data" and you'll get a graph that resembles a mountainside.
Twenty-five years after the introduction of the World Wide Web, the Information Age is coming to an end. Thanks to mobile screens and Internet everywhere, we’re now entering what I call the “Experience
Jarno M. Koponen Contributor Jarno M. Koponen is working on intelligent systems and human-centered personalization. He currently is product lead at Yle, one of the leading media houses in the Nordics.
"The potential is greater in Asia-Pacific than it is in any other region because we've got two thirds of the world's population, and it's all mobile," said Facebook vice president for Asia Pacific Dan
After years of hearing the private sector in the U.S. complain about the inefficiencies of government, investors are beginning to marshall their resources to help solve the problem. No organization exemplifies
When Steve Jobs was trying to lure John Sculley from his lofty position as CEO at Pepsi to Apple, he asked him, “Do you want to sell sugar water for the rest of your life, or do you want to come with and
Zendrive, a startup that uses smartphone sensors to measure drivers’ behavior, has raised $13.5 million in Series A funding led by Sherpa Capital, with participation from Nyca Partners, Thomvest Ventures,
Big data is about to get a big reality check. Our ongoing obsession with data and analytics technology, and our reverence for the rare data scientist who reigns supreme over this world, has disillusioned
Possibly the most tedious part of photo management is tagging images so that users can easily classify and locate them in the future. While that task is hard enough for casual users, for businesses dealing
Editor’s note: Kobie Fuller is a principal at Accel Partners. Put down the calculator and ignore the data for a second. Contrary to popular belief, startup marketing is not all about quantitative metrics
Children, growing up with YouTube, Netflix and Spotify, learning to use smartphones or tablets before they are able to talk They may not know who Steve Jobs was or even how to tie their own shoelaces,
While Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg today apologized for its controversial emotion manipulation experiment being “poorly communicated”, another executive said this kind of research makes the product better,
One of the big debates regarding iBeacons, the tech that allows iOS apps to receive location-aware notifications over Bluetooth LE, is whether or not the experience will become intrusive for users. Imagine
Lawrence Darani is dying. Two years ago doctors told him his lung condition was incurable and gave him only two years to live. But the day I meet him, he's completely at ease, drinking tea, sitting back
To prevent being tracked by algorithms, we've begun thinking like algorithms. Social media companies constantly collect data on their users because that's how they provide customized experiences and target