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Hiver Brings Shared Inboxes to Gmail for Better Collaboration

Usefulness Functionality Price Summary As one of the oldest communications tools in tech, email has seen its share of reinvention, but what Hiver has accomplished is both timely and relevant for the current state of work. CBS, Pinterest, Uber, Lonely Planet, Brandeis University, Change.org and many others are some of the companies that use Hiver. If there is one word ... Read More »

ShareFile Is Big Business-Grade File Sync and Share Solution Built for Small Business

Usefulness Functionality Price Summary ShareFile is an enterprise-grade file sync and share solution that is uniquely designed for specific customer workflow and collaboration environments across multiple verticals. ShareFile, owned by Citrix Systems (NASDAQ:CTXS), is a SaaS product that allows you to choose where to securely store your files and documents, which could either be on the cloud or on the ... Read More »

Connecteam Builds an Employee App for Free But How Useful Is It?

Usefulness Functionality Price Summary Connecteam offers businesses the easiest, fastest, convenient and most comprehensive way to manage deskless employees successfully. Connecteam is a simple to use online platform that offers your business an easy, fast and comprehensive way to manage “remote” employees successfully. Today, it’s possible to have deskless employees who are always on-the-go. While this might have its own ... Read More »

Oculus VR Acquires Eye Tribe for Eye-Tracking Software

Oculus VR Acquires Eye Tribe for Eye-Tracking Software Facebook’s Oculus has acquired The Eye Tribe, a company that tracks eye movement in virtual reality to improve the experience. Oculus confirmed the acquisition of the Copenhagen-based startup, without stating a price. The acquisition was reported earlier Wednesday by TechCrunch. Eye Tribe is the latest in a series of tech acquisitions this ... Read More »

Twitter Chief for China Quits, Hails Its Performance

HIGHLIGHTS Kathy Chen was appointed in April as general manager for the China region Twitter is inaccessible in mainland China Twitter’s advertising base in the China had grown almost 400 percent Twitter’s manager for China, whose appointment just eight months ago sparked controversy, has announced her resignation but welcomed the growing number of Chinese advertisers even though the service is ... Read More »

Facebook Hires Former CNN Anchor Campbell Brown for News Role

Facebook Hires Former CNN Anchor Campbell Brown for News Role Former CNN reporter, anchor and host Campbell Brown is joining Facebook Inc to lead its news partnerships team, an appointment aimed at repairing the online social media company’s troubled relationship with the traditional media. Brown announced the move in a post on her Facebook page on Friday. Facebook has come ... Read More »

Rob Kardashian Apologizes to Blac Chyna and Dream for Social Media Meltdown, Says He’s Seeking Help

by Antoinette Bueno – Entertainment Tonight Rob Kardashian is taking a step back after claiming his fiancee, Blac Chyna, left him over the weekend and took their daughter, Dream, with her. The 29-year-old reality star apologized on Monday for his now deleted social media posts, and said that he was in an “emotional bad place.” He also had nothing but ... Read More »

AdSense Unveils a New Look for Mobile Text Ads

Google has given AdSense mobile text ads a sleek new look. In a recent article on the official Inside AdSense blog , the search engine giant has unveiled the new format that “allows for higher performance with a more beautiful and user-friendly appearance.” The redesigned version has been rolled out on mobile devices, so you should be able to take a look at ... Read More »

Six Eye-Opening Mobile Trends for 2016

A big problem that so many businesses face is staying on top of what is new in the niche.  But just because something is hard does not mean it’s not possible.  Generating new ideas often comes after a good hard look at what’s on the horizon.  An easy and effective way to do this is with a close examination of ... Read More »

A Wendy’s tweet just went viral for all the wrong reasons

Wendy’s learned the hard way on Wednesday that you can go from top of the world to bottom of the barrel with just one tweet. After gaining praise from social media users on Monday for “owning” a troll on Twitter, the burger chain fell from grace after posting a Pepe the Frog meme in response to a customer. The image, ... Read More »