Tag Archive: Management


Thinking about a new career in IT management and security, but not sure where to start? We’ve made it easy. This bundle from iCollege packages together four essential certification courses that train you exactly on what you need to know.… Read more ›

15 percent of Samsung’s management left the company late last year following its dismal smartphone sales, according to a new report from Korea-based news outlet Yonhap News. The tech giant had 1,219 management staff on its books as of 2014’s… Read more ›

15 percent of Samsung’s management left the company late last year following its dismal smartphone sales, according to a new report from Korea-based news outlet Yonhap News. The tech giant had 1,219 management staff on its books as of 2014’s… Read more ›

The internet offers users a wealth of applications. From social media, to shopping, to banking, you can do pretty much anything online. With every website you join, however, you need to have a login name and password and, with passwords… Read more ›

Just because people are expecting Apple to revolutionize wearables with its long-awaited iWatch, doesn’t mean that there aren’t already some interesting developments going on in the wearable tech field. I’m a massive fan of Jawbone, which has just updated its UP by… Read more ›

I’ve been playing video games for almost 30 years. I like to think that I’ve developed a certain level of hand-eye coordination and an ability to recognize patterns and learn rules reasonably quickly. Spirit Run: Fire vs. Ice by Lunagames… Read more ›

fig 1Cult of Mac reader James Broccoli asks: @mistercharlie Can you write something about how you use IFTTT, gmail and Mailbox as a todo manager, as mentioned in that Nitro article? — James Broccoli (@broccoliboy21) August 28, 2013 My answer was “Sure!” . And if you don’t like this post, make sure to address all your […]

The post Slick Task Management With Mailbox, Drafts, Gmail And (Maybe) IFTTT [How To]  [Read More…]

Astrid-sold

Just over a month after acquiring Summly for $ 30 million, Yahoo! has gobbled up another smartphone app. This time it’s Astrid, a pretty task management client for Android and iOS, which has a strong focus on sharing. Astrid announced the news on its blog today.

“We are thrilled to announce that we have been acquired by Yahoo!,” the statement reads. “When we set out to build Astrid, we sought to help  [Read More…]

6Wunderkinder’s popular task management app, Wunderlist, is about to go pro. Don’t worry, the current version will remain free on all platforms. Wunderlist Pro is coming for those interested in collaborative task management with a team. The goal is to make assigning tasks to different people “downright simple and a lot more productive.”

Wunderlist Pro will cost $ 5 per month or $ 50 per year. Besides assigning tasks, users will be able to add unlimited subtasks and use new app  [Read More…]