TECH

Managing Payroll in a Growing Business

Managing Payroll in a Growing Business

Most developing businesses prefer to invest their finances in production, sales and marketing and essential employees. Employing a full-time staff member to deal with payroll […]

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What will future jobs look like?

What will future jobs look like?

Career dynamics are changing, due to technology or maybe the over-optimization of processes, and society needs to adapt in order to maintain living standards and […]

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The Future of Working with Data (Google+ Hangout)

The Future of Working with Data (Google+ Hangout)

The ability to make data-based decisions is an essential skill in the business world today. For individuals without a formal education in data analysis or […]

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A Smart Race Car: McLaren Hybrid P1

A Smart Race Car: McLaren Hybrid P1

McLaren utilizes real-time data to adapt to road conditions and improve driving ability with the Hybrid P1. [Photo: Mclaren]

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KPCB 2013 Internet Trends

KPCB 2013 Internet Trends

Venture Capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers (KPCB) released its D11 presentation today covering the state of the internet and future trends the team […]

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Sears Turns Retail Stores Into Data Centers

Sears Turns Retail Stores Into Data Centers

Sears Holding Corporation ($SHLD) retains a massive portfolio of commercial real estate, much of which is sitting empty. The solution: turn empty retail stores into high-tech data […]

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Inside Google X

Inside Google X

Bloomberg was privileged to an inside look at Google X lab, the company’s R&D proving ground for testing new ideas that range from teleportation to global internet access! […]

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Bill Gates discusses Steve Jobs

Bill Gates discusses Steve Jobs

Charlie Rose recently interviewed Bill Gates, discussing their relationship and final interactions over Steve Jobs last couple months. The clip below shows Gates in a […]

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Chinese & Korean Turmoil: Impact on Tech Production

Chinese & Korean Turmoil: Impact on Tech Production

Jason Perlow, Senior Tech Editor at ZDNet, raises a pressing concern that many have yet to consider: How will Chinese and Korean instability affect technology production? Perlow outlines country specific […]

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TED2013: Sergey on the Google Glass

TED2013: Sergey on the Google Glass

Google cofounder Sergey Brin presents the Google Glass initiative at the recent TED 2013 conference. It’s really awesome what the company is doing to integrate technology […]

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Rate of Technological Adoption in One Picture

Rate of Technological Adoption in One Picture

The top photo is from Benedict XVI announcement in 2005 + the bottom photo from yesterdays announcement of Pope Francis I = rate of technological adoption […]

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Important Skill Not Taught in School

Important Skill Not Taught in School

Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, will.i.am, Chris Bosh, Jack Dorsey, Tony Hsieh, Drew Houston, Gabe Newell, Ruchi Sanghvi, Elena Silenok, Vanessa Hurst, and Hadi Partovi recently […]

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Most Disruptive Companies of 2013

Most Disruptive Companies of 2013

MIT’s Technology Review recently released its annual compilation of the 50 most disruptive companies they expect to further innovation in 2013. In addition to profiling the […]

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Cyber-Security Threat: Hacking Spree

Cyber-Security Threat: Hacking Spree

There has been a lot of attention given to cyber-attacks from a group of hackers that is thought to be funded by the Chinese government. […]

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Facebook’s Graph Search

Facebook’s Graph Search

Facebook announced its latest feature today, Graph Search. Unlike how Google pulls keywords and returns links, Facebook will soon allow you to search exact phrases […]

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2013 Tech Outlook

2013 Tech Outlook

2012 was a big year for tech innovation and consumer products and next year is shaping up to be an even larger progression. From the next Apple and Samsung mobile devices to the Google Glass and Fiber projects, it will definitely be interesting to see where the industry ventures in the coming months.

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Trends in Ecommerce & Mobile

Trends in Ecommerce & Mobile

Megan Quinn, partner at Kleiner Perkins, recently spoke with TechCrunch about Ecommerce the upcoming trends that she see’s in the mobile space. Quinn is new to Venture Capital but not foreign to tech industry as previous employment includes Square and Google.

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Mac’s Made in America

Mac’s Made in America

Leaked from a NBC interview with Brian Williams, Tim Cook (Apple CEO) announced a $100M investment in the American manufacturing of Mac computers. This is great news for the national economy but overall global manufacturing impact should be minimal. Apple will lose some advantage of cheap labor (Foxconn), but also gain skilled labor that can leverage production advantages only found in America.

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How the Front Page of the Internet was Born

How the Front Page of the Internet was Born

Below is a awesome interview with the co-founders of Reddit, the front page of the internet. Steve Huffman and Alexis Ohanian discuss their venture from Freshman year in college to start-up success. The site reached 47 million visitors last month alone.

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Google Glass – Looking Into The Future

Google Glass – Looking Into The Future

Google has been working on a project called Glass (see video) with the goal to bring augmented reality to the masses. The retail price is currently $1,500 and should be available by 2014, but our friends at Optical Express have put together a graphic to illustrate what they expect to happen with the technology in coming years.

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