Most Searched Tech Gifts on Google

May 17, 2014

Every holiday shopping season has its hottest, hippest, must-have gifts. Over the last few years, high-tech toys have inspired tremendous desire and created a cult-like obsession to acquire them at any cost. Which of these gadgets and gizmos had us searching online and standing in line? For a peek at the most popular presents from […]


Women @ Work: Sound Bites and Statistics From Women Who Lead

May 4, 2014

Through quotes and statistics, This infographic shows that while women have made incredible strides in the workplace and entrepreneurship, there is still much work to be done in empowering women to be leaders in technology and various industries around the globe. Source


Should You Hire or Contract Your Marketing department

April 29, 2014

Determining the right marketing needs for your organization requires a balance of different considerations: size, cost, skills, and tacit industry knowledge. This is why it is often a difficult decision for marketing execs to find the precise solution for their department. To discover whether it’s better to hire a full-time, in-house marketing team or to […]


One Nation Under Video

April 28, 2014

As of this year, the share of Americans who report watching online videos via sites such as YouTube and Vimeo has reached a whopping 71 percent. Five years ago, it was only about half that. In order to understand the meteoric rise of video-sharing site users, let’s examine what they look like today. Source


Who Buys iPads?

April 26, 2014

One of the most useful things marketers can learn about buyers of a hot product is what their habits and lifestyle are like. Bluekai, a marketing data firm, has the ability to “profile” buyers of specific items to get an idea of their other interests and similarities. Source


Startups Exposed

April 16, 2014

The anatomy of a newborn tech company. Source


Converging Devices, Connecting Lives

March 29, 2014

As we saw at our recent #ShiftNYC event, the unprecedented amount of information, connectivity, energy and creativity taking place is redefining how we interact in our personal and professional lives. Our home and work lives are converging as technologies, tools and trends have shifted the way we live and work — we’re experiencing a #shift […]


The End of the Computer as We Know It

March 22, 2014

What will the future of hold for computers? The graphic below attempts to answer that, speculating that quantum computing will soon become a commercial reality as well as integrated optics, which uses light instead of electrons to communicate, leading to many advantages. Even DNA-based computers are a possibility. Whatever advances may happen to PCs, let’s […]


iPod: 10th Anniversary Memorandum

March 21, 2014

To celebrate the anniversary of this little white box that you can’t even buy in white any more, we’ve put together this cool infographic tracing the iPod’s journey from humble beginnings then world domination to being on the brink of riding its scroll-wheel off into the digital sunset. Source


Famous Gadget Wars of Past and Present

March 5, 2014

The Gadget wars of the past and present may have been bloody affairs, but they ere often entertaining to watch. The duels between warring gadgets pictured below resulted in some heavy blows — and alas, some mortal wounds. Source


Sharing and Collaboration around the World

February 22, 2014

Box users are a pretty worldly bunch, ranging from the United States to Norway, China and beyond. In order to illustrate our diverse user base, our team put together a fun infographic that shows where people around the world are using Box and, more interestingly, how they’re using the cloud to share and collaborate. Take […]


Techie Powers

February 18, 2014

Not too long ago, schlepping around Zack Morris’ cellular phone earned major cool points among those who still relied on pagers. Who would’ve thought our devices would evolve to include functions we now can’t live without? Take a look at the prospective prowess of our mobiles. Source