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Our Latest Blog Posts

Co-Founder Dmitri Leonov Talks SaneBox, Making “Inbox Zero” Obtainable, and New Partnerships With Hosts to Benefit Businesses

SaneBox: Robust Email Management Built for Modern Businesses

Streamlining your inbox into a stress-free zone is an attainable goal with SaneBox, an email management service that integrates seamlessly with multiple... read more »
Sean Garrity
By: Sean Garrity
How Sauce Labs Empowers Dev Teams to Deliver Apps to Market With Greater Agility Through Cross-Browser, Device, and Platform Testing Solutions

Sauce Labs Helps Teams Deliver Apps to Market With Greater Agility

Sauce Labs, which was founded in 2008 by Jason Huggins, the creator of the industry-standard software-testing framework Selenium, is set to blow out the... read more »
Sean Garrity
By: Sean Garrity
PubPeer — How the Online Journal Club is Changing the Face of Scientific Publishing by Fostering Post-Publication Conversations & Collaboration

PubPeer: Changing the Face of Scientific Publishing

PubPeer was born in 2002 after Brandon Stell, George Smith, and Richard Smith decided to do something about the conflicts of interest prevalent in leading... read more »
Ted Carmichael
By: Ted Carmichael
How VoIP Supply’s Team of Experts Delivers Comprehensive VoIP Solutions and Cloud Services With Hands-on Support and a Hyper-Focus on Quality

VoIP Supply: Delivering Complete VoIP Solutions & Cloud Services

Serving upward of 125,000 customers worldwide, VoIP Supply offers more than just a comprehensive catalog of communications products. The seasoned team of... read more »
Sean Garrity
By: Sean Garrity
How Inmatrix and Yaron Gur’s Zoom Player Provides a Powerful, Flexible Windows Media Player Alternative for Millions of Users

Inmatrix Zoom Player: a Powerful, Flexible Video Alternative for Windows

Originally a personal project to improve how videos displayed on curved CRT monitors, Zoom Player has now been downloaded millions of times around the world.... read more »
Laura Bernheim
By: Laura Bernheim
Turning Programming Into Play — How codeSpark Inspires Kids by Making Computer Science Education Fun and Accessible

Turning Programming Into Play With codeSpark's Fun App for Kids

TL;DR: By teaching children as young as four years old how to create their own superheroes and games, codeSpark enables kids to learn how to code — even before... read more »
Jennifer Young
By: Jennifer Young
Sean Garrity