Tag Archives: Tech

New York City’s Start-Up Ecosystem: Another Tech Hangout – Infographic

new-york-startups--outsourcing_5239acfa0f409New York’s blossoming start-up ecosystem is leveling the US entrepreneurial landscape, becoming another center of tech hangouts. However, NYC start-ups have a distinguishing characteristic with an air of real-life consumer solutions remaining at the core of their companies. How does this vibrant community relate to the outsourcing trends, when they start the game, seek for investment and pitch their ideas, and then try to hit the market with their start-up offspring.

Source: Oxagile

Internet And Tech: The Evolution Of Social Collaboration – Infographic




The way we communicate has been completely revolutionized by social platforms and has evolved on a huge scale in the past 4 decades. With it, we’re able to have instant access to breaking news the click or tap of our finger.

Source: HighQ


The Top Three Coolest New Gadgets

T3 Editor-in-Chief Kieran Alger takes us through his top picks at IFA 2013: Samsung Galaxy Gear, Panasonic’s Toughpad, and Sony’s Xperia Z1. (Source: Bloomberg)


Steve Wozniak Predicts Car Tech

The Apple Co-founder discusses the future of automotive technology, data-related privacy concerns in cars and how the Apple model can help.


Summer’s Top Tech Gadgets: U.K. Festival Survival Guide

It’s festival season in the U.K. and while that usually means mud, music and mayhem, there’s also room for tech fans too. These are the top gadgets for music festivals according to Sharif Sakr, the senior European editor of Engadget. (Source: Bloomberg)

Location-Based Marketing – Infographic

Now, more than ever, consumers are relying on smart phones, mobile search and location-based apps to guide their in-store purchases. Continue reading


Intel’s Futurist: Inside Tech’s Crystal Ball – Technology In 2033

Want to know what the tech world will look like in 2033? Intel Futurist Brian David Johnson may have the answers. – The Street –

iPhone Aftermath: Which Camera Will Survive?

Bloomberg Businessweek’s Sam Grobart considers the plunge in point-and-shoot camera sales over the past year, and sees DSLR cameras as one clear route to survival. (Source: Bloomberg)

Summly Money: Yahoo Turns Teen Into Millionaire

Summly app developer, Nick D’Aloisio discusses the sale of his app to Yahoo! and the prospect of working with Marissa Mayer. He speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “Countdown.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Secret Cloud Pact: Amazon Said To Contract With CIA

Amazon signs a cloud computing contract valued at as much as $600m with the CIA, Federal Computer Week (FCW) reports citing people familiar. Betty Liu reports on today’s “Movers & Shakers” on Bloomberg Television’s “In The Loop.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Popular? The Ridiculous Twitter Presence Of Bill Gates And Mark Zuckerberg – Infographic

Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg are the world richest tech guys. Today we compare these two people on Twitter. Let’s see who is more popular. Any comments? Continue reading

The Top 3 Mistakes Of Tech Vendor Content – Infographic

UBM Tech first introduced their 2012 Tech Buyer Research to tech marketers at the InformationWeek-hosted roundtable and simulcast, Lead Gen To Brand Gen: How To Change Your Game, facilitating discussion on customer buying preferences and how tech marketers should map to their customer purchase process. Continue reading

Twitter Turning Six: Place In The Social Media World – Infographic

In the modern world people want information quickly and in an easily digestible format, this helps to explain the growth in popularity of Twitter since its inception six years ago. To coincide with it’s sixth birthday, we created a special infographic to locate its place in the world of social media. Continue reading

Apple, Google Stocks At Widest Price Of Earnings Gap

On today’s “This Versus That,” Deirdre Bolton reports on the two biggest tech rivals Apple and Google. Deirdre Bolton speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “In The Loop.” (Source: Bloomberg)

The Evolution Of SXSW – Infographic

Tech geeks, film fanatics, and music lovers UNITE! It’s that time of year again when we all descend en masse to Austin, TX for ten days of panels, screenings, and parties. That’s right. We’re talking about the one and only, SXSW. What started out as an alternative music festival in 1987 has transformed into a breeding ground for new technologies and creative ideas. Continue reading