Staff Picks

  • Tom Sturtridge
    Published 30 days ago
    Ecosia - The search engine of the future?

    Ecosia - The search engine of the future?

    This post is NOT sponsored or endorsed by Ecosia at all. These are my own views and opinions.
  • Mansi Rana
    Published 2 months ago
    Key Digital Marketing Strategies for a Multi-Location Business

    Key Digital Marketing Strategies for a Multi-Location Business

    The digital market is one of the best solutions through which business owners can increase brand awareness. It will also help in attracting potential customers both from the physical storefront and online platform. Therefore, when individuals are blessed with a multi-location business is considered to be gratifying.
  • Kevin Southgate
    Published 4 months ago
    Spark AR: Make Your Own Instagram Filters & Effects

    Spark AR: Make Your Own Instagram Filters & Effects

    I've always loved Instagram filters. They allow anyone to quickly and easily add cool effects to their photos. Some even place 3D objects into your world that you can manipulate to create awesome videos. I always assumed it must be difficult to design them, and probably required hours of complex coding. Well, turns out I was wrong! Anyone can design and publish their own Instagram filter in minutes, no coding required.
  • Milcah Halili Centeno
    Published 4 months ago
    How to Code with an Apple Device for Under $500
  • Aziz Dhaouadi
    Published 10 months ago
    Augmented and Virtual Reality: Leveraging and Monetizing the Technologies

    Augmented and Virtual Reality: Leveraging and Monetizing the Technologies

    This article will introduce both the technologies of Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality to later discuss how businesses can leverage such technologies to strengthen their business, or harness their benefits as part of their business development strategy. Moreover, the article will share insights on how we can monetize such technologies to introduce new revenue streams for businesses.
  • Daniel Lyddon
    Published 10 months ago
    The Future of Entertainment Is Short and Sweet

    The Future of Entertainment Is Short and Sweet

    As screens get smaller and attention spans get shorter, it was inevitable that entertainment would follow. As technology advances, entertainment adapts to fit the new media outlets on offer. Now tech and film are combining in an exciting evolutionary step that brings high-quality content straight to the palm of your hand.
  • Jeremy Frommer
    Published about a year ago
    CES 2019 Recap

    CES 2019 Recap

    I spent the last week with my team at the world's largest gathering for those who thrive on the business of consumer technologies: CES. It's a universe of innovation and inspiration, where capital-hungry startups in Eureka Park can get noticed by venture capitalists, and tech giants can flex their trade show budgets. We are more dependent on technology than ever; our needs are starting to mirror our wants. Part of my job at CES is to answer the question: How will I allocate my company’s time and resources to take maximum advantage of technological innovation? My thought process follows.
  • Riley Raul Reese
    Published about a year ago
    I Started Charging My Phone on the Go the Green Way with Solar Paper
  • Tim Kohut
    Published about a year ago
    Meet MERGE: The Kid-Safe Universal AR/VR Goggles

    Meet MERGE: The Kid-Safe Universal AR/VR Goggles

    It's no secret that AR and VR are all the rage amongst adults, but how can kids get in on the fun? For the latter, this new-ish technology might be a tad difficult to navigate. After all, when I was a kid, I could barely save my Pokemon Red on the GameBoy Color, so I really do feel for the younger crop of children that have difficulty understanding virtual reality. I can barely work my oculus rift, and I'm 26 years old (although I can't say I'm really an adult in anything other than title).