A new research report suggests that the tablet boom is over—especially for the iPad. Also: what a well-timed Popsicle can teach you about marketing.
It's easy to look at something that's long been consistent and reliable—such as email marketing—and think you've mastered it. Careful, though: You might unintentionally be holding back your potential.
New research suggests a lack of strategy as the reason why mobile apps may take up to a year to develop. Find out how CIOs are trying to create more efficient development processes.
LinkedIn remains atop the social networking heap, but now more than ever, it's finding itself facing new types of competition—including some from a little company called Facebook.
Could we all eventually be taking orders from finely tuned computer algorithms? One tech writer explores the possibility. Plus: It's time to start a diary.
The Internet of Things is expanding—it's expected to jump from half a billion "things" in 2000 to an estimated 50.1 billion "things" by 2020—but does that expansion match up with general interest? A CompTIA report sizes things up.
Most online users say that privacy matters, but many are often willing to give it up for the right price—generally, free. For organizations, the goal is to be willing to hold yourself to a high standard with user data, and to do so transparently.
Why one regular Google Glass user (who happens to write for Mashable) gave up his device. Also: Meet a nonprofit that's suddenly $1 million richer.
In a bold (but not unheard-of) strategy, the animal rights group recently launched its own 'animal utopia' on Minecraft to prevent the harming of animals—even virtual ones. The game server includes a full recreation of the advocacy group's headquarters.
The world's biggest social network is souring on promotional posts, and your association could be impacted. Plus: The National Conference Center plays host to a feel-good story involving an eagle.