Launch Pad Ignition, the first tech incubator to make its home in the Big Easy, today officially unveiled the seven companies that participated in its second annual session.
The accelerator’s 12-week program began the second week of February and culminated yesterday with its own New Orleans rendition
Trying new APIs is tricky. You can spend hours setting things up, gaining permissions, and learning syntax before you even get to write one line of code. That’s why CodeNow.com is cool. In short, it allows you to try APIs before you invest too much time into them and, as an added bonus, it acts as a
With the influx of information flooding the web – 90% of the web having been created in the last two years alone – web businesses are looking for ways to understand and use big data to drive their business. Just as SaaS and the cloud completely revolutionized the way businesses operate, so will Big Data
Internet Explorer associated with an exploit? Color us shocked. Facetiousness aside, it’s seriously about time you switched over to Chrome or Firefox (as a mitigation tool; not a foolproof solution), and if you’re a desktop user relying on Flash Player, well… it’s about time you updated that, too.
US Cellular has finally woken up to reality and ended its exorbitant fees for customers who consumed more data on their mobile device than their monthly plan allowed. Of course, if you’re a US Cellular customer, you’ll still be smacked with a fee if you exceed what your plan allots, but it
In light of its impending multi-billion-dollar IPO, its user base of 900 million and its increasingly sprawling design and user experience, some people have come to believe that Facebook has gone crazy. Excuse me, "cray cray." What’s more, even though it’s only two-odd years old, Facebook’s "Like" button
Asking budding entrepreneurs where they’d like to build their next startup often elicits the same three-word response: New York City.
During its most recent quarterly earnings call, Viacom was met with the question of how Nickelodeon’s ratings have experienced steep and seemingly inexplicable ratings drops. Inexplicable, that is, unless you think about Netflix and the fact that it is ramping up its children programming. Last
Did you think the addition of offline maps was the end of the update road for Nokia Drive? That’s simply not so. After previewing the planned 3.0 refresh for us at Mobile World Congress, it appears Espoo’s drawing closer to a finalized version of the Windows Phone app, bringing with it the ability to
The Spark of Genius Series highlights a unique feature of startups and is made possible by Microsoft BizSpark. If you would like to have your st…