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7 Best (and Most Surprising) Startup Hotspots

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Startup Advice / March 14, 2014

Silicon Valley and Seattle are rightfully the most famous U.S. cities for tech innovation. Google, Twitter and Facebook call the former home, while Seattle claims Amazon, Microsoft and Zillow. We know those stories already though. New tech innovators might want to try their hand somewhere where innovation is the new word in town and everything is up for grabs. For the success stories of tomorrow, where else should…

Top 10 Communication Apps for 2014

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / February 13, 2014

There are many communications apps available in 2014. Here are some of the best of those apps that are free to use. As mobile and PC technology continues to advance at a stellar rate, hundreds of communications apps and software packages are continually developed to offer users more rewarding and effective communications solutions. Communications are an integral part of everyday life, and an important factor in the business…

5 Simple Tech Answers for Complicated Problems

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / January 16, 2014

While texting at lightning speed and sharing your pictures in real time are great innovations, technology has given us incredible capabilities that go beyond limits that were previously unimaginable. In the health industry, specifically, modern technology has provided options to the physically challenged, given sight to the blind and provided a new realm of possibilities in surgical procedures. Its reach however, is not limited to health. Extraordinary innovations…

Tech Startup High Flyers: Israel, India and Brazil

by / ⠀Startup Advice / May 20, 2013

Brazil, India and Israel are without question three of the world’s most important tech hubs outside of Silicon Valley. All these countries, thanks to their specialties and their large populations of digital consumers are pushing the envelope on some of the coolest innovations in technology and engineering. By driving a lot of activity, they gain an international profile in terms of new business and investment. Spotlight. Brazil, the…

11 NYC BigApps Winners. What Apps Will You Use?

by / ⠀Startup Advice / April 19, 2012

New York City set out to challenge developers to create apps using NYC open data to help make NYC an even better place! The winners are listed below. Grand Prize – NYCFacets We aim to create an Open City Metadata Exchange using open standards – creating a hyperlocal “River of Data”, whereby data innovators can build interchangeable solutions using their preferred technology stack while minimizing data balkanization. On…

Rising Tech: 26 Free Wi-Fi Locations in NYC

by / ⠀Startup Advice / March 16, 2012

New Yorkers can stay connected for free at 26 locations in 20 NYC parks across the five boroughs. The five-year initiative was launched last year in partnership with AT&T at no cost to taxpayers. This initiative is part of the longer-term plan to make NYC one of the leading digital cities in the world. A few of these locations are slated to be live in 2012 so let…

NYC to Add 100,000 Cloud Computing Jobs by 2015

by / ⠀Startup Advice / March 6, 2012

Cloud computing is the future and NYC is leading the way in job creation. According to a study done by IDC and Microsoft, New York City will add the most cloud computing jobs in the country by 2015. Cloud computing allows organizations to cut costs and put money back into innovation and hiring more people. The industry is on the rise around the world with over 14 million…


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