Considering launching an app? Consider the negatives, and ask yourself these three key questions first.
Here's how two young treps found their co-founder on the street, and went on to launch a successful venture-backed startup.
Andrew Mason of Groupon gets booted, coders are the new rock stars, the business community rallies around same-sex marriage, fashion pioneer Marc Ecko on creativity, Honey Boo Boo tries entrepreneurship, how to become more likeable and why, top tech trends, Duck Dynasty shows America what redneck’ing is all about… This week’s notable news and tantalizing tidbits for young treps:
Seventeen-year-old Nick D'Aloisio is fueling headlines over his news-summary app Summly, but he's not the only teenage-app maker in town. Here's a look at the rising trend.
Silicon Valley-based AnchorFree gained prominence during the uprisings in the Middle East for helping protestors cover their web tracks. See how the company is doing since the tumult.
18-year-old Spencer Costanzo opts out of college to launch a thriving app development business.
Development firm inMarket shares the secrets to building a successful app.
If you think the U.S. app craze has hit overload, you're not the only one. Giant tech companies are now doubling down on student-app developers in the Middle East and Africa.
The 2012 Presidential election is the first one where people are tethered to their smartphones, and this fact hasn't gone unnoticed by scores of app makers.
Across the U.S., app-making contests that promise big prizes and intros to investors have spawned thriving startups. Here's a look at the trend.
For non-technical entrepreneurs, bringing a developer on board is only half the battle. You also need to be able to communicate. Here’s how to get it right.
With billions upon billions of apps coming of age today, would-be developers may be hard pressed to stand out. Here, we explore top strategies for one-upping the competition.
The tech giant opened its developer conference up to teens as young as 13 this year. But perhaps the company should be even more inclusive? We take a look at the even-younger app makers making waves today.
The Band of the Day daily music-discovery magazine app lets musicians be seen and heard.