(TECH NEWS) Last year, T-Mobile announced a plan to bring free and at-cost internet access to 10 million homes in...
[REAL ESTATE TECHNOLOGY] COVID-19 has been stated as the number 1 reason why people are moving; this interactive map gives you a picture of where and...
(REAL ESTATE TECHNOLOGY) uRLive is a video conference service unlike any other in its ease of use, quick and secure setup, and scalability.
(REAL ESTATE TECHNOLOGY) Newly developed drones incorporate a flapping X-wing design that allow them to fly, thrust, and maneuver much like a bird.
(REAL ESTATE TECHNOLOGY) Relanote is a dynamic alternative to the age-old practice of taking notes.
(REAL ESTATE TECHNOLOGY) In an era of offensively inefficient video communications, Grapevine appears to be a breath of fresh air.
(REAL ESTATE TECHNOLOGY) Hugo integrates calendars and note taking with over 20 work apps to keep virtual teams organized during meetings.
(REAL ESTATE TECHNOLOGY) Zillow was granted yet ANOTHER pretty vague new utility patent last month, which leaves us wondering: what are they planning?
(REAL ESTATE TECHNOLOGY) SurveySparrow has a plugin that allows you to rate meetings. It could help you and your team evaluate and improve future meetings.
(REAL ESTATE TECHNOLOGY) Is Localize changing the house hunting game or are they just fooling themselves?
(REAL ESTATE TECHNOLOGY) Customer Voice is Microsoft’s CRM solution for real-time feedback to help you understand your customer needs, and address them quickly.
(OPINION EDITORIAL) While augmented reality translation services aren’t exactly brand-new, they’re definitely helping to bridge the gap between potential language barriers.
(REAL ESTATE TECHNOLOGY) Projector affords you graphic design options for a fraction of the cost, and gives you the tools to get started with your newest...
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