The Affordable Care Act, often referred to as “Obamacare,” has enacted major changes for healthcare providers since it was enacted at the start of President Obama’s first term. Perhaps the two biggest changes to the system have been the “individual mandate,” requiring that all Americans maintain health insurance coverage, and the opening of health care exchanges in each state.

SaaS – or Software as a Service – platforms are all the rage. Essentially a business model where software is licensed and distributed from a central location, SaaS companies can now be found in telecoms, human resources, and more. Here are four that are blazing trails right now:

Remittance fees – the charges applied to international monetary transfers – are a pain. Sums of money that have already been earned can take a serious knock when transfer services get their hands on them. Luckily, new app Kwiksy is taking power away from transfer vendors.

Google is, without a doubt, one of the heaviest hitters in the technological race. When the best of the team gather together to unveil their newest projects, people from the average tech geek to software defined storage vendors stop and listen. In the 2016 Google I/O, some pleasant upgrades and some jumps towards the next level of our futuristic modern lives were unveiled.

Apple isn’t launching any new hardware, but the company may finally be ready to play well with others. That was the overarching theme of the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2016, the annual event that gives developers a sneak peek at the next big things coming out of Apple.

He’s not an Independent film maker, but he’s making a documentary. He’s not an artist, but he set to get his art into the Museum of Modern Art (MoMa). His name is Blake Jamieson and his expertise is how to become noticed in a crowded room. He’s most known for hacking Tinder, has been featured in AdWeek and has now moved onto hacking the art world.

Firefox enjoys a position close to preeminence, doesn’t it? Sure Chrome is flashy and enjoyable, and Vivaldi might be the new kid on the block, but Firefox just sits there, quietly confident in its own considerable abilities.

Silicon Valley in the Bay Area. Silicon Beach in Los Angeles. Silicon Alley in Manhattan.
Those tech hubs grab headlines up and down the news. Venture capitalists live for those places, and some of the greatest emerging talent flock to those locations specifically to stand shoulder to shoulder with other great minds.

Looking for a pair of exercise headphones that will manage to last the summer this time – and maybe add some extra monitoring features to make your workouts more effective? We’ve collected some of the best headphones for exercise for 2016: These earphones are slim, wireless, sweat-proof, and ready to go!

Fraud – especially card fraud – is a major blight on societies across the world. With the world economy taking a global hit worth tens of billions, new businesses may be the answer to help boost card protection.