Twitter Moments is a new and convenient way to stay atop current events but the curated content is lacking regular users and small businesses.
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There are umpteen team collaboration tools available to small businesses that allow remote teams to work together. Slack may be one of the best. Here's how you can use it for your small business.
Nimble is a CRM tool that takes a lot of the grunt work out of building a customer database. As discovered in this review, it's a database that works to build itself and proves more than a little handy.
Built to withstand drops, having an affordable sapphire screen and rugged exterior, the Kyocera Brigadier E6782 is clearly ready for tough use.
The Moto X Pure Edition may be a little heavier than other flagship smartphones but it's definitely not weighted down with bloatware. That should please just about every smartphone user.
Canva is one of the leaders in the DIY graphic design segment. It's chock full of features, presets, and stock images -- along with drag-and-drop functionality -- to make almost anyone a graphic design expert. Here's a guide on how to use it your small business's advantage right away.
Visme is one of the latest drag-and-drop graphic design platforms. It puts professional-level tools into an amateur's hands and allows them to create share-worthy images, infographics, memes, banner ads, and more.
If hidden gems and worthwhile improvements make your ears perk up, then you'll want to see what the newest changes to the Galaxy Note 5 have in store for you.
Snapchat's use is ubiquitous among the Millennial set. The temporary messenger service is on a lot of smartphones used by those under the age of 25. But are there small business applications for Snapchat?
The Traind app allows you to create training exercises and courses to help you bring new people onto your small business team more seamlessly.
If you're new to smartphones or just aren't the most adept at using them, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 may not be your best bet. For others more experienced using smartphones, the Note 4 may be just what you need, and more.