If people don’t hate you, you’re doing something wrong.
The Internet TV network is building an empire fueled by the power of online communities.
With 3 million units sold in the first 80 days and sales currently marking 4.5 million per quarter, the iPad has outpaced the first iPhone to claim the distinction of being the most quickly adopted consumer electronic device and is on track to become the fourth largest consumer electronics category – all despite being available from only one major retailer until recently.
This six-minute video from filmmaker Aaron Trinder offers inspiring creative workspaces while exploring how our relationship with our workspace varies based on what we want from our desk.
With the holiday season rapidly approaching, check out these unique and useful gift ideas that are sure to make a lasting impression with your clients and prospects.
You know you should use unique alphanumeric passwords for each of your online accounts, but with the staggering number of accounts you have to manage between home and work, how could you possibly remember them all? Mashable presents five helpful tools that will allow you to access all of your passwords from multiple computers and web browsers while still keeping them secure from potential hackers and identity thieves.
In an attempt to combat companies who promote their products based on misleading and overly generalized claims of being environmentally friendly, the FTC has released an updated version of its Guides for the Use of Environmental Marketing Claims. The new regulations, which take effect in 2011, aim to help consumers separate “greenwashers” from legitimately eco-conscious companies by requiring marketers to focus on specific benefits and to substantiate all claims.
Given the meteoric rise of mobile web browsing, it’s important to ensure that your website can be rendered appropriately on a wide range of smartphones and tablets. Six Revisions reviews 10 affordable web-based tools that can help you test the mobile readiness of your site.
During the Back to the Mac keynote, Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced plans to expand the App Store to serve desktop and laptop users. This latest development has the potential to revolutionize the software industry by providing a sales platform for a new class of lightweight, use-specific products that will pose a serious challenge to traditional box software.
From tracking project time and expenses to invoicing and collecting payment, these apps will help you conquer your day-to-day financial management tasks easily and efficiently from your smartphone or iPad.
Mashable presents some of the best low-budget, high-impact guerilla and street marketing stunts that illustrate how time, effort and creativity can win over consumers who are disenchanted with flashy but unauthentic traditional ad campaigns.