By katie simpson on February 1, 2014
Tags: Tech News
When did February get here? If it seemed to fly by you, then the news might have too. Here are our picks from the past week.
The changes happening from mobile technology is only beginning (source)
The past 5-7 years have meant a massive change in our relationships with our phones. It seems though, this is only beginning. This great article on LinkedIn explains how our phones are going to continue to integrate with our lives even further.
If you’re looking to grow or get advice in your business, this Mashable article can help you navigate the waters of good and bad mentors. My personal favorite quality? Honesty.
As your business grows, it can be hard to tell when you’re ready to make big transitions. Moving offices, or leaping into one, is just as important. These signs will let you know you deserve a room with a view.
Selling something for a 10 Billion dollar loss seems like a huge loss for Google. Wired‘s Marcus Wohlsen explains why there are other ways to judge this sale.
We’re all trying to put our best professional foot forward with LinkedIn. Cheryl Conner gives some helpful tips that will keep you from putting your foot in your mouth by mistake.
With all the hubbub about BitCoin, this article from CIO explains what Bitcoin can and can’t do in the marketplace. Get beyond the buzz to what tech is really at play.
What did you read this week? Let us know!