All posts by Charity Kountz
Microsoft has announced a preview of Windows 8.1 for Windows 8 users, with a list of improvements. Experienced computer users need not apply, just download it free.
Gift cards are the go-to gift for shoppers but how can businesses really capitalize on their appeal to make it a win-win for all?
Would you like your city to be smarter? How would you solve some of the problems your community faces? IBM wants you to share your ideas with the People4SmarterCities initiative.
While early versions of email have been around since the 1960’s and 1970’s, email didn’t become mainstream and accessible until about 1993. 20 years later, email is a daily form of communication we’re still learning to organize.
Today’s job marketplace can be a daunting and frustrating experience for new and seasoned job seekers but what about employers? New job site, Startwire, seeks to change job searches for the better for both job hunters and
In the digital era, film makers Sam Macon and Faythe Levine are seeking to bring to light a recent renaissance for sign painting.
Knowing how to search Google isn't just helpful for your own searches, but can help you to better understand and utilize search engine optimization strategies.
Too shy to strike up a conversation on a plane? In their latest marketing stunt, Virgin America offers an in-flight solution that some will call creepy, others will call useful.
The young Mailbox app has set out to change the way we interact with email. Does it succeed or fall flat?
In higher education, it’s common for students to be monitored, but is online eTextbook provider CourseSmart® taking it too far?
Greeting cards are going high tech and Postable is positioned to be a popular service, as it is low cost and also serves as a streamlined address book for your personal or business use.
Magnetique is a new mobile app which brings the latest fashions to your fingertips but with some limitations.