The CEOs of two startups emphasize the importance of data gathering for young companies to grow through marketing.
Re/code has reported that Apple will be introducing a wearable device alongside the new iPhone on September 9.
The week-long Forward Festival, featuring the inaugural Wisconsin Innovation Awards, shows that the state's startup sector has a bright future ahead.
Bloomberg has reported that Apple is working on a new 12.9-inch iPad, to be released in early 2015.
A survey by Forbes Insights and Wipro shows that many companies of all sizes and across the world are struggling to keep up with technologies that could improve their operations.
Apple's new operating systems will place a strong emphasis on cloud computing with application programming interface CloudKit.
A Deutsche Bank report suggests that many companies will be dropping BlackBerry as their preferred mobile device provider with the impending release of new Android and Apple OS.
Wisconsin startups have been attracting more venture capital and thriving without leaving the state in recent years.
Parallels Desktop 10 features improved Mac-Windows integration to keep up with the new OS X Yosemite.
Oakland A's coach Tye Waller has used FileMaker to create a database of player stats and trends, contributing to the team's continued success.