When I wrote Steve Jobs: 6 Tried-And-True Business Tips, it was difficult to select from the hundreds of motivational comments Mr. Jobs shared with the media during his memorable career. As such, this
It’s not easy to send money digitally. Paypal, an early leader in the field, requires users to have a Paypal account. Users of Venmo, a mobile app, must also have an account, plus download the app. And
A few summers back, Esquire featured a gorgeous picture of Tom Cruise on the cover to go with the feature package: How to be a Man: A guide to your 20s, 30s, 40s, and 50s…after that you are on your own.
Samsung has been good about providing online simulators for its smartphones, like the Galaxy Nexus and the Note. With the release of its new flagship phone, the Galaxy S4, it has updated the simulator's
If Apple doesn't do more than just superficially update the way iOS looks, it puts itself at risk of seriously falling behind Google's Android. The new iOS look will be "flatter," supposedly abandoning
What does it mean to be a visionary business leader? Vision in business requires that you clearly see where you choose to be in future and formulate the necessary steps to get your organization there.
Predicting the direction of financial markets is an enticing proposition that has attracted the interest of scores of experts, who claim to have the magic formula. Some monitor financial charts. Others
In addition to stepping down from Facebook board, Accel Partners venture capitalist Jim Breyer plans to step down from the board of directors of Walmart. Walmart this week announced the candidates running
They might like you. They may even love you. But can they be sure you’ll get the job done when the chips are down? Why are some companies successful in implementing change while others struggle? Why can
pcworld.com - Katherine Noyes has been an ardent geek ever since she first conquered Pyramid of Doom on an ancient TRS-80. Today she covers enterprise software in all its forms, with an emphasis on cloud computing, big data, analytics and artificial intelligence.
It's been only a few weeks since the Linux Foundation released its report that enterprise use of Linux continues to rise, but on Wednesday fresh data came out that suggests the same is true of open source
LinkedIn has just launched the latest versions of its mobile apps, and in a stunning reversal, it’s gone from mobile web-based apps back to fully native. Less than a year ago, the company was touting iPad
It's no surprise that people sometimes want things that are bad for their well-being. That supersize order of fries, fourth glass of wine, or skipped workout can be both super-appealing now and, we all
Even the world's most successful entrepreneurs aren't exactly paragons. Go ahead, we said to Thrillist's Ben Lerer and Rent the Runway's Jenny Hyman, you can tell us: What are your biggest time wasters?
Volio, a startup backed by Andreessen Horowitz (among others) and led by Nuance founder Ron Croen, launched last month with the promise of allowing apps to create a conversational experience with their
Yes, we know that there are differences between a dedicated e-reader and a tablet. And if absolutely forced, consumers will acknowledge the differences too. But ultimately that’s not really what consumers
I’m flying from Boston to Atlanta on a 7:15 Delta flight, barely awake. We’re just taking off. Right now people should be fidgeting or stealing a last-second peek at their phones. Instead, I notice people
Forget company culture, say the vibe enthusiasts at Heroku, it’s too wrapped up in perks. Here’s why the cloud application platform company has built itself solidly around the squishy idea of vibes–and
Choosing a career path (or changing one) is, for most of us, a confusing and anxiety-riddled experience. Many will tell you to “follow your passion” or “do what you love,” but as Cal Newport argues in