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5 Creepy Apps to Make You go “Ugh..”

These Creepy Apps might Make You Think Twice Before Posting Information photo: Patrik Nygren – cc If you’ve never been curious enough to look, you probably aren’t aware of some pretty creepy apps on the market. I don’t mean “periodically send you a scary picture every week” creepy, I mean like, “your phone shouldn’t be… Read more »

flip phone comeback

Flip Phone Comeback on the Horizon?

Forget the iPhone 6 – flip phones are better than you might remember photo: Dan Cronin – cc I was riding the subway home the other day when I looked over and saw a toddler using his little fingers to navigate his father’s smartphone. Immediately I wanted to know what this porky little “pre-person” was… Read more »

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Sourcing Talent through Social Media

Sourcing talent for your business through social media is more effective than you might think photo: Kristina Alexanderson – cc Social media has transformed the way we acquire information, meet people, find jobs, and find employees. In the technology industry, the most attractive potential candidates are those who have grown up and evolved with digital… Read more »

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Elon Musk: Space Pirate or Space Prophet?

Elon Musk’s long-term goal is to preserve humanity, but is it altruism or capitalism? photo: Michelle Andonian – cc To call him another rich eccentric is obscenely simplistic. Elon Musk, the 43 year-old founder of Tesla Motors, SpaceX, and SolarCity has better things to do than engage in trite nightclub publicity stunts or overproduced profile-boosting… Read more »

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Google’s Modular Phone: Another Neat Trinket or a Global Revolution?

Is Google’s Project Ara a Revolution in Non-Pollution or Too Good to Be True? photo: Maurizio Pesce – cc While I’ve been waiting patiently for hoverboards to happen, it dawns on me that I haven’t been too impressed by technology lately. Sure, I still encounter the odd techno-blurb warranting a lazily huffed “huh…,” but more… Read more »

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Automation of Jobs On the Rise: Is It Time to Clear Out Your Desk?

As the automation of jobs increases, will the color of your collar matter? photo: Sara Kelly  – cc There’s a word unspoken in the shadowy underbelly of derelict automotive plants. Children in some areas of Detroit are scolded for muttering it under their breath while unshaven back-alley drifters recoil in horror as joyriding delinquents yell… Read more »

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Introducing iCracked’s Tech Blog, The Fix!

There’s more on our minds than cracked screens. Welcome to The Fix! photo: Hans-Eivind Urbye We don’t like confinement. We don’t like it when animals are confined and we especially don’t like it when writers are confined. Starting a weekly article for a company might lead to restraint and self-censorship in anyone who’s dared dance… Read more »

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    5 Creepy Apps to Make You go “Ugh..”

    These Creepy Apps might Make You Think Twice Before Posting Information photo: Patrik Nygren – cc If you’ve never been curious enough to look, you probably aren’t aware of some pretty creepy apps on the market. I don’t mean “periodically send you a scary picture every week” creepy, I mean like, “your phone shouldn’t be… Read more »

  • flip phone comeback

    Flip Phone Comeback on the Horizon?

    Forget the iPhone 6 – flip phones are better than you might remember photo: Dan Cronin – cc I was riding the subway home the other day when I looked over and saw a toddler using his little fingers to navigate his father’s smartphone. Immediately I wanted to know what this porky little “pre-person” was… Read more »

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    Sourcing Talent through Social Media

    Sourcing talent for your business through social media is more effective than you might think photo: Kristina Alexanderson – cc Social media has transformed the way we acquire information, meet people, find jobs, and find employees. In the technology industry, the most attractive potential candidates are those who have grown up and evolved with digital… Read more »

  • elon musk at spacex

    Elon Musk: Space Pirate or Space Prophet?

    Elon Musk’s long-term goal is to preserve humanity, but is it altruism or capitalism? photo: Michelle Andonian – cc To call him another rich eccentric is obscenely simplistic. Elon Musk, the 43 year-old founder of Tesla Motors, SpaceX, and SolarCity has better things to do than engage in trite nightclub publicity stunts or overproduced profile-boosting… Read more »

  • Google's Modular Phone

    Google’s Modular Phone: Another Neat Trinket or a Global Revolution?

    Is Google’s Project Ara a Revolution in Non-Pollution or Too Good to Be True? photo: Maurizio Pesce – cc While I’ve been waiting patiently for hoverboards to happen, it dawns on me that I haven’t been too impressed by technology lately. Sure, I still encounter the odd techno-blurb warranting a lazily huffed “huh…,” but more… Read more »

  • automation of jobs - asimo

    Automation of Jobs On the Rise: Is It Time to Clear Out Your Desk?

    As the automation of jobs increases, will the color of your collar matter? photo: Sara Kelly  – cc There’s a word unspoken in the shadowy underbelly of derelict automotive plants. Children in some areas of Detroit are scolded for muttering it under their breath while unshaven back-alley drifters recoil in horror as joyriding delinquents yell… Read more »

  • introfeatured

    Introducing iCracked’s Tech Blog, The Fix!

    There’s more on our minds than cracked screens. Welcome to The Fix! photo: Hans-Eivind Urbye We don’t like confinement. We don’t like it when animals are confined and we especially don’t like it when writers are confined. Starting a weekly article for a company might lead to restraint and self-censorship in anyone who’s dared dance… Read more »