In a move that brings together the sizable amount of data college sports produces annually, the NCAA will collaborate with a big data firm to gather and sell sports statistics to the media and other outlets. It’ll initially make the data available to members for free.
Doing a big, bold redesign is often a great way to further an organization’s goals while putting on a fresh coat of paint. But if it fails, it can be a source of great headaches—and great lessons.
According to a new report from the mobile data firm App Annie, spending on mobile apps is expected to surge over the next few years—even for apps that aren’t games.
IATA, one of the largest airline-industry groups, is planning on testing a payment technology that would directly pull money from bank accounts—a tactic that would get around payment card transaction fees.
The impending GDPR means you may need to make a few changes to your social media tactics. Also: Making the business case for new tech projects.
As Senate Democrats use every vote they have to force a debate about net neutrality on the Senate floor, advocacy groups are ramping up their work against the FCC’s open internet rules online—and while those measures have a lot of supporters, not everyone’s a fan.
The Data Quality Labeling Standards program is intended to help customers assess a third party’s data sourcing and performance at a glance.
Concerned about the greatly differing health outcomes for people who live even short distances away from one another, the American Heart Association is offering grants to entrepreneurs who come up with successful ways to improve community health.
The surprise acquisition of a podcast app by a number of major public radio companies shows that even traditional organizations are taking a tech-world approach to acquiring promising startups. Could associations pull a similar trick?
TechCrunch’s editorial manager makes the case that technology literacy is a must for effective leadership today. Also: Six rules for better communication.