Another popular RSS reader bites the dust. Also: How to use Instagram to attract younger attendees to your meeting.
If you’re looking at a new platform or technology for your association, you can’t make a decision based on the marketing alone—your organization’s needs are a huge part of the equation. That’s especially true in the world of open source, where a strong community is everything.
A new requirement that advertisers hit a certain performance threshold to remain in Google’s Ad Grants program is proving easier said than done for some nonprofits.
A lot of websites are seeing big traffic gains by using Google’s open-source AMP protocol, but critics see a lot of big downsides. Are those concerns, which are ethical in nature, enough to dissuade organizations from using AMP?
Teaming with two groups focused on improving the quality of healthcare, the California Hospital Association announced this week plans to launch digital dashboards with relevant health information. The goal of the endeavor is to boost patient safety.
Trade and advocacy groups are among the wide variety of supporters of net neutrality looking for a way to fight an FCC rollback from taking effect—whether in Congress, at the state level, or in the court. Supporters representing a wide swath of tech, advocacy, and law, reportedly meet regularly to coordinate on the issue.
One of the most fundamental tracking tools of the internet era, the browser cookie, is starting to fall out of fashion, and it’s going to change the way marketers work online. Here’s why.
The GSM Association, which is currently putting on its high-profile Mobile World Congress event, says that two thirds of mobile connections will either be at 4G or 5G speeds by 2025.
Technology often gets short shrift in terms of its impact in the world of human resources. But as it turns out, innovation holds a lot of promise for recruitment, talent management, and the way that HR professionals work.
After hearing concerns from members about the new Peter Rabbit movie, the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America leapt into action, sparking a discussion on food allergy bullying that went viral. AAFA shared what it learned from the experience.