An infographic describing the state of technology jobs in 2014.
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I was put to the challenge to discover which U.S. cities are most likely to be noted as the next Silicon Valley. Compiled below are some key statistics likely to effect the race. Which startup city do you think will take the gold?
What will 2014 bring in terms of technology? Read further on some the latest innovation’s planned to roll out this year.
Unless you are an acrobat, balancing work and life has and will continue to be a struggle for many. From juggling family priorities to getting your business project completed on time, the challenge for people to “do-it-all” is limited. What is not-so limited, however, are the technological devices we rely on everyday that help us make our life and work a little easier–particularly, our phones. As the holidays approach, we can all use a little more organization and convenience in both work and life, and mobile apps may deliver the answer. We’ve found some of the top indispensible mobile apps for work and life that can help make your holiday a little less hectic.
After a long night of filling up trick or treat bags amidst crowds of zombies and other Halloween mayhem, it seemed only natural to start the day off with another edition of This Week in Technology for November 4th, 2013. After all, the weekly tech news seemed to focus on the strange and supernatural all [...]
Wearable technology has come a long way since the calculator watch. In the past whenever I thought of the term “wearable technology” the first things I would like of were always calculator watches and pedometers, but boy have things changed!
Graveyard of cancelled Google products throughout the years, including Google Affiliate Networks that was recently killed off. Should a grave be prepared for Google Glass?
This week in Tech: Mars may be 30-days trip with NASA’s fusion engine, huge drop in PC sales, and lasers weapons deployed in the Persian Gulf.