A new study on innovation from Marketing General suggests that there's a distinct line separating associations that are innovative from those that aren't. Is there some room for middle ground here?
The social media giant is apologizing to advertisers this week after an engagement metric involving video proved misleading. Also: Two other big tech stories that could affect your day-to-day.
Email design remains a dark art for many developers more comfortable with the web, but recent changes to Gmail will likely make things a lot easier. (You'll still have to use tables to build your messages, though. Sorry.)
At the beginning of next month, ICANN is expected to be put in charge of the global internet, receiving that access from the U.S. government. But prominent Republicans, including Sen. Ted Cruz, see a problem with this shift and are trying to prevent it.
TrollBusters, a group launched by a professor at Ohio University, has put out a call asking female journalists to share their Twitter feeds with the group so it can get a better understanding of how online trolls work.
The Government Wireless Technology & Communications Association says that the public sector generally hasn't had a dedicated advocate on wireless communication issues. The new group hopes to change that.
An association-industry tech expert conducts a test to show how dangerous hacking incidents can be. Also: How voices alone can surface unexpected biases.
Video ads are displayed in all sorts of places, at different speeds and at different levels of quality. To help advertisers get more consistent results wherever video ads are viewed, a new industry coalition has set out to codify standards for the ad industry to follow. The ad industry is putting up a united front […]
In response to a spate of hacking and impersonation incidents related to a recent data leak, the Association of State Democratic Chairs has told its members to be on close watch.
Securing America’s Future Energy is helping shape the autonomous car discussion with its new Commission on Autonomous Vehicle Testing and Safety, which plans to formulate a set of best practices for self-driving car tests.