The Balance Between Privacy and Profits in Business

A recent post on the Internal Auditor website discusses how companies may be missing out on big opportunities for growth because of their fear of privacy issues associated with big… Read More

Google Tackles International Security Issues

Google recently announced that it is partnering with other groups to develop three tools which will aid people living in repressive nations. The announcement was made at NYC’s “Conflict in… Read More

Code of Conduct Signed to Protect Consumer Privacy

Location analytics firms such as Euclid and Radius Networks have reached an agreement with the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) for an official code of conduct. The FPF code of… Read More

Is Java the Best Coding Choice When it Comes to GC?

Google developer Colt McAnlis recently discussed performance issues associated with Java at the O’Reilly Velocity conference in NY. He spoke about the problems with parsing engines using GC (garbage collection)… Read More

Why Google Has Been Blocking Microsoft’s YouTube App

Due to a disagreement between the two companies, Google blocked the YouTube app for Windows Phone again, upon Microsoft’s relaunch of the non-HTML5 version last week. Google had disabled the… Read More

Netflix: Friend Or Foe To The Broadcasting Business?

In this year’s second quarter reports, Netflix announced earnings that exceeded Wall Street analysts’ estimates; yet company shares fell in value over the same time period. Some professionals in the… Read More

Did You Say ‘Wifi Internet Access Everywhere’?

This month Google launches the pilot run for Project Loon. If successful, the enterprise will provide Internet access to remote areas while also improving current coverage. The venture floats 30… Read More

What Google Banning Facial Recognition Means For Software’s Development: Not Much

Google recently cited privacy concerns as justification for updating company policies to ban applications that use facial recognition software from their Google Glass product. As Google moves forward updating the… Read More

The National Security Agency Might Be Violating Our Online Privacy

Several news sources have recently reported on PRISM, a secret program the National Security Agency has been using in order to get access to emails, documents, chat conversations and voice… Read More

Will We See More Self-driving Cars In The Near Future?

As Google is working on making its self-driving cars fully-automated, they haven’t fully adapted to the current infrastructure and traffic laws yet. Moreover, Google cars tend to be distracting for… Read More

Finding Experts on the Internet is time consuming – November Zintro Newsletter

Finding Experts on the Internet is time consuming. We have created a video that explains why Zintro is the best way to find Experts online fast. Watch it now…  … Read More

Google settles digital publishing lawsuit

Google finally settled a lengthy court battle with the Association of American Publishers, but another suit from The Authors Guild still remains to be finalized. We asked Zintro experts to… Read More

Facebook continues to see fall out from IPO: Part 2

The Facebook IPO was mired in complications. Shareholders are unhappy. And now the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is rethinking its pre-IPO quiet-period rules because of the problems with the… Read More

Facebook continues to see fall out from IPO: Part 1

The Facebook IPO was mired in complications. Shareholders are unhappy. And now the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is rethinking its pre-IPO quiet-period rules because of the problems with the… Read More

Shake up at Yahoo

Yahoo is undergoing yet another transition and transformation. Our Zintro experts weigh in on the company’s stability and its ability to position itself for future growth. Mary Brophy, an internet… Read More

Android is a target for lawsuits

It looks like everyone is after the Android with a lawsuit or patent issue. The Wall Street Journal reports that Android is a target of continues litigation from Apple, Oracle,… Read More