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Microsoft has given a boost to a pair of its higher-end devices. The Surface Book and Surface Pro storage limits have been increased.
Analytics and marketing will take center stage at this year's ICON 2016 conference, hosted by Infusionsoft. Radio talk host Dave Ramsey is one of the keynote speakers at this event.
Lyft has paid more than $12 million to settle a lawsuit brought by its ride-sharing drivers, whom had accused the company of classifying them improperly as independent contractors.
LinkNYC is attempting to replace the old public pay phones with free WiFI hubs across New York. But are these free Internet connections really all that safe to use for business purposes?
Trying to attract more attention and traffic to your small business's website? A new study from Backlinko provides some insight on what factors cause your site to be ranked higher on search engines.
An SEO expert hired to help improve one company's online reputation is now serving the first part of a 3-year federal prison term after he admitted to extorting that company after it had fired him.
Microsoft has issued a recall on the AC power cord that was sold with its Surface Pro devices over worries they could overheat. If you bought one before March 15, 2015, you are eligible for a free replacement.
Ready to add a smart device to your small business operations? Think twice before you do. New research shows that many of these devices fail to encrypt data coming in and going out of them.
Intel has introduced two new models of its Compute Stick, the Cherry Trail and Skylake. Each offers improved PC computing capabilities over a previous model. And they're the size of a pack of gum.
Digital assistants like Microsoft's Cortana are becoming more intuitive and more in tune with our daily activities. They've even begun predicting what we'll do next and helping us with reminders on what we may forget to do.
It's a mirror that's not really a mirror. And small businesses in the beauty industry may be wanting ModiFace really soon.