In comments last week, FTC Commissioner Julie Brill took the app industry to task for its poor handling of in-app purchases and raised concerns about the collection of health data. The Association for Competitive Technology warned that regulating such data too severely could stifle budding innovations.
The social network introduces a new real-time updating system that could prove inspiring for meme-friendly audiences. Also: video advice on how to make the most of your time in Nashville, annual meeting attendees.
How do you renovate an old, storied brand? And how does an illustrious history complicate efforts to move into the 21st century? Plus: For events, bigger isn't always better.
The search giant's popular traffic-tracking platform heads to the iPhone—years after the company launched an Android version. Also: Learn a little about requirements analysis.
With buzz on connected devices starting to reach a fever pitch, tech companies are starting to jump on standards that have launched in recent months. The problem? There are a ton of them.
Fighting the perception that automated traffic is a fact of online life for marketers, the Association of National Advertisers is doing research into the effect that bots have on click rates, with the goal of stopping click fraud once and for all.
A recent study suggests that Apple's operating systems are starting to make headway with enterprise customers. But the interesting thing is why they are—because their users are clamoring for them. The lesson for IT staffs? It's one of flexibility.
The team behind one of the premier wearable tech offerings announces five nonprofit partners. Plus: Why do association boards fail?
By building a new digital system intended to cut the time needed for academic reviews of books, the American Anthropological Association hopes to refine digital workflows and save money.
A new Gartner report suggests that the PC industry is starting to bounce back—because businesses had to upgrade from Windows XP. Also: Inspire yourself with a commencement speech or 300.