New Study Finds Millennial Business Ownership, Technology Adoption On The Rise By Mitchell Hall for America's Backbone Weekly Here's the weekly roundup from the world of small business ...Read More »
New Study Finds Millennial Business Ownership, Technology Adoption On The Rise By Mitchell Hall for America's Backbone Weekly Here's the weekly roundup from the world of small business ...Read More »
How E-commerce Feeds the Great Maw of China By Clip Syndicate If there's anything serving notice on the traditional bricks and mortar department store, then it's China's internet and e-commerce statistics. This year the number of internet users going online with a mobile device, such as a smartphone or a tablet, overtook those doing so on a personal computer for the first time. The data showed that 527 million people of this total went online via a mobile phone and that the number of online shoppers in the first half of 2014 surged by 42%.

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Designing For Tablets By Joseph Lowery In this segment of the video course Dreamweaver CS6 and Wordpress 3.8: Core Concepts Designing For Tablets shows how to combine the utility of WordPress and the power of Dreamweaver to transition existing websites to the WordPress platform. ...Read More »
Monitoring Your Office While You're Away By Jaimy Ford for America's Backbone Weekly Protect your small business with the latest technology. ...Read More »
Helping Small Businesses Manage Big Inventories By Christopher Walljasper for America's Backbone Weekly Take the guesswork out of the stockroom. ...Read More »
Local Search Popularity Means Small Businesses Still Need SEO By Clip Syndicate According to a report from Google, more and more consumers are turning to their smartphones and mobile devices to help them find nearby businesses and make purchases. In fact, 50% of people who make local searches on a smartphone visit a store within a day. ...Read More »
How Online Business Training Can Help You Stay Ahead By By Jaimy Ford for America's Backbone Weekly Tap into online resources to give you a competitive edge. ...Read More »
Show Me the Money: The Latest Business Technology Trends By By Jaimy Ford for America's Backbone Weekly 4 ways to increase cash flow and efficiency using technology. ...Read More »
Google Earnings: Revenue Grows But Disappoints Market By DMO Affiliate Google posted its first quarter results on April 16. The company reported 19% year-on-year growth in revenues to $15.42 billion. However, the profits failed to enthuse the market which was expecting far better results. The company also reported lower traffic acquisition costs in absolute numbers and as a percentage of advertising revenues. Growth in revenues from mobile advertising drove a steep 9% year-over-year decline in cost-per-click. ...Read More »
Google's Core Internet Business Revenue Rose 22% In Q4 By DMO Affiliate Google's consolidated revenue beat Wall Street's target in the fourth quarter even as pricing for its online ads weakened during the holiday season. Shares of Google, the world's No.1 Internet search engine, were essentially flat at $1136.94 in after hours trading on Thursday. Google's consolidated revenue, which includes the money-losing Motorola smartphone business, rose to $16.86 billion from $14.42 billion in the fourth quarter of 2012. ...Read More »
Behind every great device is a great network New research has shown exponential growth in the use of smart devices has upped demand for bandwidth for 84 per cent of organisations across the world. The survey was commissioned by Cisco and BT, and also found that 56 per cent of IT managers have also seen a decline in performance in some applications - thought to be a negative impact on smart devices' claims to increase productivity. ...Read More »
Amazon to remove abuse-themed content from Kindle Libraries. By DMO Affiliate Former Apple boss wants the tech company to buy big business. Video Streaming hits a popularity high. LG announced flexible smartphone technology! ...Read More »
Don't Call Us, We'll Call You? By Mark McClelland Computers autonomously trade stocks, manage the power grid, control air traffic, watch for terrorist activity, and perform myriad other functions that require tremendous coordination. To do this, they initiate conversations with each other, across networks of networks, day in and day out... but when it comes to interactions with us, we have historically preferred to be the ones to start things off. Google believes we're ready for that to change. ...Read More »
How Does HTML5 Change the Development Game? By By The Editors of Digital Innovation Gazette for Digital Innovation Gazette One of the best cross platform mobile development tools you can have is HTML5. Here`s what developers need to know. ...Read More »
Adventures in BYOD By Tim Kridel for Digital Innovation Gazette Bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies are changing the market for enterprise mobile applications, which in turn presents challenges and opportunities for businesses and developers alike. ...Read More »
How Big a Problem is Malware? By Tim Kridel for Digital Innovation Gazette Mobile malware has been around since at least 2004, but it wasn`t until smartphones went mainstream that the problem started to attract the attention of enterprises and consumers. Here`s why app developers should care. ...Read More »
Trends in Device Turnover By CDATABy Tim Kridel for Digital Innovation Gazette From OS upgrade availability to non-user-removable batteries, multiple factors affect how often people replace their smartphone. That turnover then affects the app market. Heres what you need to know. ...Read More »
Video Compression In The Age Of Mobile Devices In the multi-screen world, video in all its glorious resolutions and formats must be processed for a variety of bandwidths to serve an ever-growing network of screens. That's a lot of permutations, or video profiles. And that puts unprecedented strain on traditional ABR transcoders. ...Read More »
From Russia with Love With a goal of increasing financial literacy and helping its customers live the rich life, financial education expert and founder of The Rich Dad Company, Robert Kiyosaki, and his team of experts provide financial education to millions of people worldwide. The company's mantra is "Knowledge is the New Money," and everything they do has the common goal of increasing financial knowledge around the globe through books, seminars, videos, coaching, social media, innovative technology and even a board and Web game. However, the company's biggest draw is always Robert's live stage presentations. ...Read More »
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