Over the last couple of years, the term Generation Y (18-34 year olds) has been phased out by the more popular ‘Millennials’.
I’ve never really liked the term let alone being lumped in with it, although, born in 1983, I certainly am...Continue reading »
There’s no doubt that the banking industry is ripe for disruption. This is particularly true from the perspective of us demanding millennials whose careers were birthed during the financial crisis. But it’s not just about being raised with a mindset...Continue reading »
As a parent, you’ll never stop worrying, but real-time GPS Child Wearable Technology will help you keep tabs on your little kid, anywhere, anytime.
Picture this: You’re in a crowded store, filled with rushing shoppers and racks of clothes. You get...Continue reading »
By Don Tapscott, Adjunct Professor, Rotman School of Management (University of Toronto) and author of 14 books including Macrowikinomics: New Solutions for a Connected Planet
We are in the early days of a completely new approach to solve global problems. This...Continue reading »
By the BlueVia team
In May we took part in the BEW Hackathon, dedicated to finding new ways to improve the popular Evernote platform.
EV – a simple SMS client for Evernote that lets you link your mobile phone to your Evernote account...Continue reading »