A new service from Point Inside called "StoreBoost" allows merchants with mobile apps to have search terms auto-completed and brands can advertise through the app to get their products to the top of a search list.
Mobile phone maker LG has announced that it's the latest in its field to offer its own mobile payment platform with LG Pay. The company joins others already in the marketplace, including Apple and Samsung.
Can the serene Dojo device keep your networks safe from a cyber attack? The pebble-looking device is purportedly able to control security and privacy permissions for all connected devices in an office or home.
The Microsoft Office Insider Program will give users instant access to app updates in exchange for feedback from users on issues with apps.
Advancements in tablets and the capabilities -- along with similar advancements in wireless keyboards -- are making notebook computers an antiquated piece of technology.
The new Lenovo Yoga 900 tablet/laptop hybrid claims to be the thinnest device that sports the Intel Core i processor. The new device measure just more than a half-inch thick.
Microsoft and AT&T are reporting that the new Lumia 950 smartphone will be available through the mobile carrier starting on November 20.
After a recent trip to Microsoft's Redmond headquarters, it's clear that the company is set on being a disruption in the coming years and that's a good thing for small business owners.
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The Bluetooth Special Interest Group has just announced that advancements in Bluetooth development will spur a new generation of products fit for the Internet of Things.
Google says it will end support for its Chrome browser for users who are still hanging on to Windows XP. The company extended support until the end of 2015 because there were still a lot of XP users worldwide but is drawing a line in the sand at the end of the year.
Blackberry is hoping its first Android phone ever will win the company back some of the widespread business use the company's products once enjoyed. But does the device have what it takes to draw business users away from the many other mobile choices now out there?