YEC Answers: 9 Tips for Developing a New Mobile AppDecember 15, 2013 | Young Entrepreneur Council | 10 Comments
Considering how saturated the app market is, what advice would you give to an entrepreneur developing a new mobile app? -CitizenTEKK
The following answers are provided by the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), an invite-only organization comprised of the world’s most promising … Read More
Delighted Customers Made Possible by Modernizing Business AutomationSeptember 30, 2013 | Jeremy Klapprodt | 2 Comments
At Klapprodt Pools, our 25 employees design and build up to 120 pools a year, maintain 200 pools weekly, and make an additional 150 to 200 service calls each month. We serve the Dallas/Fort Worth area and, over the years, … Read More
Linux, the Future of Gaming?September 17, 2013 | Dat Mai
Linux, the open source operating system (OS), was deemed the future of gaming by Gabe Newell, Co-founder and managing director of Valve, at yesterday’s LinuxCon.
Newell first talked about how Valve’s past decisions to distribute games on the PC, Mac, … Read More
TechCrunch Disrupts Battlefield Winner Announced!September 12, 2013 | Dat Mai
On the final day of TechCrunch Disrupts, the final six startups duked it out in the Startup Battlefield—they were: Regalii, Ossia, Fates Forever, SoilIQ, Dryft, and Layer. Each of these teams took part in the Startup Battlefield earlier on against … Read More
Google Glass Is Only The First Step Toward NanotechnologySeptember 4, 2013 | Stephen E. Arnold | 150 Comments
Google’s earnings for the second quarter of 2013 reminded me that the search giant faces some challenges. Expenses moved up a couple of billion dollars from the same quarter in 2012.
(See http://venturebeat.com/2013/07/18/after-a-quarter-of-huge-momentum-goog-posts-14-11b-in-revenue). More troubling, Business Insider said, “The total … Read More
Five Forces Driving Business Networks To The Breaking PointSeptember 3, 2013 | Steve Campbell | One Comment
Today, IP-based devices are rapidly proliferating inside and outside the four walls of businesses—making networks increasingly difficult to scale, manage, secure and adapt.
It makes sense that this would happen eventually. The era of modern business networking began over twenty … Read More
Top 5 Apps in the AppstoreAugust 13, 2013 | Anya Sharma
It’s been little more than five years since the App Store first came out with Apple’s iPhone 3G back in 2009, and today we can see that there are more than 800,000 apps available in the Apple library.
The Future Of Television, From Sweden With Love-Part 2August 6, 2013 | Mahesh Kumar | 3 Comments
Part 2: Why is this future being made outside the United States?
Anyone who has not been hiding behind a rock for years would know from past failed initiatives that this future is thwarted by the big boys that own … Read More
The Future Of Television, From Sweden With Love - PART 1August 5, 2013 | Mahesh Kumar
Hollywood might be the king of content and Madison Avenue might be raking in the big ad budgets, but the future of TV is being produced outside the United States.
This new version of TV can be found in Sweden, … Read More
Patents and Open Source: Having Your Cake and Eating It, TooJuly 23, 2013 | Oswald Schröder
Contrary to popular belief, protecting your business through patents is not necessarily at odds with an open-source approach.
The two can be combined with successful results. One dynamic start-up working in machine translation software filed a patent in its early … Read More
Ruby on Rails and Beyond: Scaling a CompanyJuly 12, 2013 | Doug Reed
If you’ve spent time at a start-up, you know life moves pretty fast and technology moves even faster. Over the last several years, my experience with Ruby on Rails® has provided me insight not only into scaling a team … Read More