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From online dating to professional networking, these are the best apps for meeting people.
You've heard about these 3D printers. They can be used to build automobiles, a mini-me, or even a new home. But realistically, what would you use a 3D printer for?
Move over tablets, "wearable tech" is buzzing in the tech world right now. The latest computers don't require you to lift a finger.
There are only 21 female CEOs at the Fortune 500 companies. And just four of those are tech companies. According to Women 2.0, only 8% of investment professionals at the leading venture capital firms are women. Yet these mighty few women are making head ways in tech.
If you've ever tried to hail a cab on a rainy Saturday night, you'll appreciate taxi apps. Fortunately, there's no longer a need to shiver on a corner, eagerly awaiting an available ride.
Wine-of-the-month clubs have been around for a while. But now there are shoe-of-the-month clubs, candy-of-the-month clubs, and beauty supply clubs. Here are some fun ones.
When looking for a home, it turns out "a real gem" is subject to interpretation. These apps will help you narrow things down.
The following is an overview of the acquisition strategies of public internet companies. Google, Yahoo, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Amazon all approach deal-making in different ways.
Goodbye, smartphone bill. TheStreet took a look through the app store and created a list of the best messaging apps.