Apps and mobile devices are helping modest startups overpower market leaders in just about every industry.
From classrooms to zoos and everywhere in between, beacons can make us all smarter by sending pertinent information to our phones and tablets.
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The 2014 SXSW Interactive Festival has come to a close, but many of the technologies featured at this year's SXSWi will be talked about for months.
In late 2013, PayPal unveiled an all-new product that uses Bluetooth technology to process in-store transactions, sending shockwaves through the mobile payments landscape and exciting retailers and customers across the globe.
Google is cannonballing into the Internet of Things with its acquisition of Nest, indicating a major interest in the smart home.
Smartphones and tablets are making it easier for everyone to travel the globe for business and pleasure, one app at a time.
With power strips and outlets capable of measuring energy consumption entering the market, technology may be the very thing that helps us save the environment.
Eye-tracking technology could potentially give touch screens a run for their money thanks to the ease of use and invaluable consumer insights.
Developers and retailers are trying to make it easier for shoppers to purchase items anywhere in their store or the world.
iBeacons are tiny BLE devices that are destined to have a huge impact on the retail experience for both sellers and consumers.
Wrist tech is getting smarter, but is the general public interested in learning more about smartwatches, fitness trackers and health monitors?
Phonebloks and Motorola are setting out to change the way the world thinks about mobile phones, piece by piece.
Who needs a personal trainer when you’ve got your entire social network holding you accountable for your fitness goals?
While Windows tries to win over iPad users, Apple is taking aim at Microsoft’s bread and butter, software.
iOS 7 might be the most divisive Apple operating system yet, and it’s all thanks to software restrictions and their desire to win over the next generation of users.
Look beyond the cool factor and see why Touch ID has the potential to be much more than an iPhone 5s sales gimmick.