Tag Archive: Business


It’s not easy being Samsung! After missing sales targets, and being knocked off the top smartphone spot in China by low-end rival Xiaomi, the South Korean Lex Luthor to Apple’s Superman is also apparently being hit hard by Apple’s embrace of other component… Read more ›

SAN FRANCISCO — Sébastien Leidgens wants to put a new angle on the business card. His invention, Cubr, is a six-sided die that connects people through private mobile web chat. When a red, blue or green Cubr is tossed your… Read more ›

Apple’s iBeacon technology has potentially massive implications across a range of areas — many of them having been demonstrated over the past year. Up until now, however, Apple has handled only the software side of the equation with the aid… Read more ›

We’re excited to bring you 15 web design and online marketing e-books, written by some of the world’s most respected web designers and entrepreneurs in this packaged of resources we’ve dubbed The Dream Big Entrepreneur E-Book Bundle. Featuring Digging Into… Read more ›

This badass business card is made from an iPhone screen

Every year at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, a million and one business cards get handed out. Most end up in a desk drawer or, worse, the circular file. But last year one card stood out. This glass business card is made… Read more ›

Evernote’s new Business Notebook (made my Moleskine) lets you share just a part of your handwritten notes with other businessy-type folks, and it also lets you check a box on each page to set a reminder. And of course it… Read more ›

Nike is dismantling the hardware team behind its FuelBand fitness tracker, according to a new report. The sportswear company — which features Tim Cook on its board of executives — reportedly fired between 70 and 80% of the 70-person hardware… Read more ›

Nike is dismantling the hardware team behind its FuelBand fitness tracker, according to a new report. The sportswear company — which features Tim Cook on its board of executives — reportedly fired between 70 and 80% of the 70-person hardware… Read more ›

On Friday, January 24, 2014, the Mac turns 30 years old. As we look back on three decades of Macintosh, there are some stories that have largely avoided the light of day for some time. One of these tales involves… Read more ›     

As the holidays draw near, shipping estimates for the iPhone 5s are starting to be more reasonable. Today the Apple Store’s estimates for all models of the 5s improved to 3-5 business days, which is significantly better than the 1-2… Read more ›