All posts by Jennifer Walpole
One Florida judge is shaking up how to make pirates walk the plank, by ruling IP addresses alone are not enough information to prove identity.
A new trend in dining out is starting to catch on: tablets in addition to servers. Olive Garden is the latest chain to jump on board this trend.
Google is rumored to be developing a marketing platform very similar to Facebook's Custom Audiences. Why are they doing it and will it work?
While new tech trends are fun to follow, often the comparison of what you get and what it costs just don't add up, such is the case with the Apple Watch.
As social media platforms continue to butt heads against one other, acquiring startups is becoming a way to boost their reach without spending too much.
Yahoo has been rumored to have their sights set on Foursquare, but do they really and why would they want to acquire the "check-in" app?
Twitter believes live streaming will be the next best thing and it's become clear that they do not want to share the fun with any other platform.
QuickBooks has become a popular tax tracking platform with businesses and individuals alike. Now, they have a program just for self-employed individuals.
Sprint is changing the way customers buy or upgrade their mobile devices by introducing a new program called Sprint Direct 2 You.
Sears Holding Corp. has agreed to a joint real estate venture with Simon Property Group Inc., that will generate an estimated $114 million.
Periscope is emerging as the clear favorite new app, but what exactly is it and why you really need to know more about it.
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