It's prime time to give your website the sprucing up it deserves, and these tips can help. Plus: an Instagram strategy that enters "meatspace."
Google's decision to rejigger its search engine to favor mobile-friendly sites simply codifies something that should be obvious by now. Not that it doesn't make it any less painful for those with massive legacies to convert over. Read on for some mobile web design considerations.
In a plot line full of intrigue and some passive-aggressive arguing, the maker of the Roomba finds itself forced to defend its desire to use a restricted wireless range—one that an astronomy group already has dibs on. (And yes, it involves a robotic lawn mower.)
The Apple Watch is just days away from hitting a handful of select wrists, and some developers are understandably gung-ho about the app-making opportunities. The rest of us—including in the association space—should probably take a wait-and-see strategy, but even if you're not making smartwatch apps, the early apps nonetheless provide important lessons.
Billions of emails have been thoroughly examined, and the results are of interest to every association. Plus: The raw numbers of an event's green energy initiative.
LinkedIn's purchase of Lynda.com could help make the social network a key resource for online professionals looking to amp up their skill set. Plus: Let's look back at your New Year's resolutions.
A Stanford University innovation holds a pretty bright future for smartphone batteries—one with a lot less charging required—if it ever hits the market. Also: Associations shouldn't make; they should facilitate.
The software giant Microsoft has spent the past year shaking away many of the perceptions about its products and corporate structure, and as it turns 40 this month, the company offers a good reminder that there's always room to right the ship, no matter how old you are.
Five years ago, the tech device that redefined what it meant to use a computer got its start—and we've been tapping ever since. Also: How HBO cleverly used social media to take advantage of critical comments.
A new tech platform from the DC, Maryland, and Virginia Food Truck Association will allow members and nonmembers to trade city-assigned vending spaces.