Even with all the pollution, the illnesses, and the global conflicts, there is a chance that tech can save the Earth.
With the right mix of mentorship, connections, and capital, startup accelerators help keep entrepreneurs from quickly dissolving.
Silicon Valley may have its own TV show, but it's far from the only tech hotbed in the US.
Millions of people will gain access to modern technology thanks to Android One and other third-world tech.
The recently-announced partnership between Apple and IBM may forever change the technology landscape.
Physical branches, checkbooks and deposit slips will soon be transformed, and it's all thanks to the emerging tech of mobile banking.
UX expert Becky White explains the whats, whys, whens and hows of user research.
If you have money or a mobile device, you should probably pay attention to what took place at the Digital Banking Summit.
98% of the market share still isn't enough to satisfy the insatiable appetite of Apple Enterprise.
Move over, Microsoft and Samsung. You're not the only ones who can Steal Like an Artist, and Apples latest WWDC proves it.
WWDC isn't the only major tech event that took place in San Francisco this week. Maybe next year you should RSVP to GLAZEDcon 2014.
The future of mobile may be full of self-driving cars and previously unthinkable wearables, but it all starts with developers.
Go ahead and keep betting on beacons, but don’t forget to place some chips on the amazing potential of geolocation.
Are you having second thoughts about your FuelBand? Well, so is Nike.
“I don’t have any cash” isn’t going to fly the next time you try to turn down a Girl Scout cookie saleswoman, thanks to mobile payments.
With your home, office and car soon to be connected to the Web, IoT security has never been more important.
Mobile-based technology is ushering in a new era of two-way communication between marketers and the connected consumer.
Google, Apple and Microsoft are using device convergence to keep users loyal to their devices and operating systems.
Kick text messaging charges to the curb with the army of mobile messaging apps entering the market.
As smartphones, tablets, streaming services and hi-speed internet continue to grow, so does mobile TV viewership.