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The Square App Marketplace, stocked with products from Intuit and Stitch Labs, among others, ties back to Square Register, the company's cornerstone point-of-sale platform for payments, inventory, and analytics.
The SMB accounting platform provider is rolling out more than 100 product enhancements at its QuickBooks Connect conference in San Jose.
Twitter is also stepping away from the traditional password login with a new method that is actually more old school than you think.
Firebase aims to help developers build collaborative mobile and web apps through an API storing and syncing data in real-time.
LinkedIn's Economic Graph continues to grow as the social network now retains more than 313 million users and counting.
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Not fancy or complicated, Annotate Attachments in Gmail offers a simple set of utilities to make collaboration easy.
PwC subscribed to the prediction that wearables sales could topple 130 million units in 2018.
Users in China will seemingly be allowed to talk about more sensitive topics, but will be less aware of the censorship system.
Lacking enthusiasm this Halloween? These apps will get you in the mood.
Much like the back-end infrastructure for the Open Graph to constructing data centers around the globe, Facebook's preventative measures and protocols have made from scratch in-house.
SAP is lending some of its enterprise muscle to the previously consumer focused Vuzix M100 Smart Glasses, which are geared toward field technicians and warehouse workers.
No matter the age, learning a programming language is a marketable skill. Here are mobile apps to assist you.
Listed construction and technology player Singapore eDevelopment has announced a $700 million acquisition agreement with US-based Fragmented Industry Exchange, in a bid to establish a foothold in the US market for its instant messaging business HotApps, which it purchased in August for $98,000.
Salesforce.com's agenda for bringing wearables into the workplace depends on the medium going mainstream first.