Don't throw out your credit cards just yet. While Apple scored a lot of buzz last week by launching a mobile-payments technology of its own, the company is far from a first mover in the space—and despite the potential of better security, payments represent an area where low-tech options stick around generations after they've been usurped.
With Apple’s entry into the smartwatch space last week, is the life of the basic mechanical watch running on borrowed time? One industry expert weighs in.
Google's barebones desktop platform learns a few tricks from its mobile platform. Also: some impressive print ads that might inspire you.
With cyberthreats continually causing trouble in both the retail and financial spaces, industry groups that at times find themselves at odds suddenly find themselves on the same team. A conference this week highlighted how trade groups hope to tackle the issue together.
Twitter is about to be populated with more commerce, and associations stand to benefit. Plus: what to consider before buying a new content management system.
If you drive a Honda Accord from the 1990s, we have some bad news for you from the National Insurance Crime Bureau, which placed the car atop its "hot wheels" theft target list. Newer cars do better because of stronger anti-theft technology.
The iPhone-maker aims for the fences with its latest device reveal. Has it succeeded? Also: The Online News Association reflects on an extremely insightful new-media document.
With technology becoming a bigger driver of member interest than ever, associations should be ready to build products that leverage those needs. For one big-name organization that's heeding that call, its solution came in the form of a hardware partnership.
With the Federal Communications Commission hearing out expansion plans by two cities that have successfully built super-fast internet for their communities, telecom giants and states are asking the FCC to stay out of the conflict.
One of the world's largest companies is interested in the out-of-this-world topic of quantum computing, and the Universities Space Research Association will help play a key role in directing the resources used in the futuristic project.