What does the future hold for entrepreneurs and their businesses and foreign cyber-attacks? A new report showing evidence of "an unrelenting cyber espionage campaign linked to the Chinese government" that has been going on for years has the Obama administration considering possible fines against the Asian superpower and others.
Is this the end of cash for good?
Many forms of technology are pushing trends this way. The government wants more control over the flow of money, banks are restricting ATM withdrawals and online payment platforms, and mobile payment services are becoming easier and more fashionable to use.
Snowpocalypse is bearing down on the Northeast and thousands of flights are being cancelled. Do you have the toll free helpline numbers you need?
The giant blizzard beginning to hammer the Northeast could dump three feet of snow across the area in a matter of hours. The National Weather Service in Massachusetts advises everyone in the region to get "Wherever you need to get to, get there by Friday afternoon, and don't plan on leaving".
Some small U.S. businesses are set to experience massive growth in revenues this year. What do they know that the rest don't and how have they equipped themselves to grow so fast in these lean times?
It isn't just cloud storage and sharing tech like Dropbox killer Transporter that's reshaping the business landscape: Internet speeds and innovative local government programs aimed at attracting workers and businesses are set to have a major impact too…
Technology trends are changing far faster than even many geeks can keep up with. Here are five devices you won't want to be seen holding by the end of the year and one tech trend you can't live without…
1. Rugged Laptops
The rugged laptop has quickly gone the way of the stainless brief case. Evolve a little and look out for rugged tablets instead.
2. Microsoft Surface
Whether you are still lagging on fulfilling your New Year's resolution to kick-start that new business, struggling to get that new product ready to ship, or just eager to breed more creativity and momentum in your organization to stay in the lead, there's one relatively easy solution…
'What can I help you with?'
'Siri, when did you become such a jerk?'
'About two seconds ago when I downloaded all of those compromising texts and photos to your spouse's phone and posted them on Facebook.'
Is this the end of Google's reign or the end of social media marketing? Yesterday Facebook rolled out the much hyped product launch of a new search engine. So why all the noise and why are so many media outlets completely ignoring the story?
Smartwatches are some of the most popular tech gadgets at this year's CES in Vegas but this could be the last year the U.S. enjoys getting some of the hottest new devices first.
Kickstarter.com's success story, "The Pebble E-Paper Watch", was one of the most talked about and highly anticipated smart watches at CES, after raising over $10 million on the crowd-funding platform.