How not to Land a Social Media Job in 2012

Angela Connor | January 3rd

When I started this post, I planned to provide a few tips for landing a job in social media in 2012, but I found myself heading in a different direction. After all, sometimes the best advice on what to...»

5 Underdog Startups to Watch in 2012

Klint Finley | January 3rd

We've been running a series of posts on startups to watch in 2012, including open source startups to watch and big data startups to watch. Now here's a look at five startups that are...»

The State of Social Media and Social Media Marketing in 2012

socialnerdia | January 3rd

Social networking is the #1 activity online. Even though Google gets the most visitors, Facebook is where most of us are spending our time. And it’s not just about Facebook anymore. We are spending a lot of...»

Apple Starts The Year With Rumors and Prestige

Mellisa Tolentino | January 3rd

It’s just the start of the year but Apple is already wrapped up in rumors for product releases, events and honors. Prestige To start things off, Jonathan Ive, Apple senior vice president of industrial design who...»

Hezbollah & al Qaeda: Public Relations 2012 and “Free Speech” Limits

ronntorossian | January 3rd

"Shouting fire in a crowded theatre" is a well known paraphrase of a U.S. Supreme Court decision which served as an example of the limitations on free speech, when the speech is...»

The Dawn of New E-Comm: Data, Mobile Trends

Mellisa Tolentino | January 3rd

Electronic commerce websites boomed in 2011 compared to a few years back when people weren't so into buying stuff online.  And with the start of 2012, you can expect that these e-comm sites to bring...»

100 Million Chinese Usernames, Passwords Leaked in Massive Hack Heist

Kyt Dotson | January 3rd

China has been in the news recently being blamed for being the origin of various hacking attacks against the rest of the globe, but last week brings news of Chinese citizens themselves being targeted by hackers. A massive...»

Facebook Offers Bug Bounty Hunters the White Hat Credit Card

Kyt Dotson | January 3rd

It’s not uncommon for large corporations to put bounties on bugs in their software and to dole out hefty amounts of cash to security researchers who uncover them and then show the developer how to fix the problem....»

IBM’s Latest Patent Pays Cash for Healthy Diets

Saroj Kar | January 3rd

IBM has recently patented a system of reward in hard cash for those who consume healthy foods. The patent, entitled “providing consumers with incentives for healthy eating habits,” aims to reduce the indirect costs...»

What to Watch For at CES 2012: Droid 4, Intel Phones and More

Mellisa Tolentino | January 3rd

It’s already 2012, the start of a new year and for some, the beginning of a new chapter in their lives.  While everyone is still getting accustomed to the gadgets they received over the holidays,...»