Travel can become stressful quickly. Fortunately, there are plenty of free organizational apps to save the day—and they can save you money as well, writes Julie Kliegman for The Week. She recommends seven free apps that can make your traveling experience much easier.
Cloud computing allows businesses to increase productivity and decrease costs, but moving into the cloud can be a challenge, says Rick Delgado, Lifehack. These services can help smooth the transition.
Attentiv is a new meeting platform that will help you design an agenda, take notes and even offers anonymous communication for those who are too introverted to speak.
As more people share their lives on Facebook, there is a group of people who are learning how to take advantage of you, your family and kids from what you post.
Find out how employable you are and which skills you need to sharpen.
While mobile technology continues to impress and entertain, issues such as battery life and signal strength continue to annoy users, says Mental Floss Assistant Editor Rebecca O’Connell. Nikola Labs is addressing the power problem with a new iPhone 6 case that gives phones an extra 30% of power by converting radio frequencies into DC power.
Has it come to this, where we need anti-distraction apps in our lives? Absolutely. Here are five to make you stay on task.
The Small Business Administration lists these sites for free demographic data.
We’ve all done it—hit the send button in a hurry and regretted it. Not anymore. Gmail now offers an “Undo Send” feature on its email accounts.
This program lets users automate and plan their social media posts across multiple channels and plan ongoing posts from a set library.