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Tuesday, May 31, 2016

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The TV industry will unravel faster than you think. — Lightspeed Venture Partners




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medium.com - I appeared on Cheddar TV a few weeks ago to talk about venture capital, virtual reality, and a few other topics with Jon Steinberg and his team. Cheddar is building an internet-native news network:...

24 Cool Tech Startups You Should Know About This Year




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inc.com - Earlier this month, I attended TechCrunch Disrupt NY, an annual startup conference at which many tech-related startups showcase their offerings, including some new products and services that first ...

Crypto-ransomware Attacks Windows 7 and Later, Scraps Backward Compatibility - TrendLabs Security Intelligence Blog




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blog.trendmicro.com - How do you know that something has become very popular? Simple – when poorly-made knockoff versions start to hit the marketplace. Ransomware, it seems, has hit that point. The writers behind the ne...

Michael Schack Plays This




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playsthis.com - Depending on the project or gig, I have five different setups. And each one has a name :) For the SquarElectric and my solo SmashUp shows, I’m playing Roland TD-30KV V-Drums combined with two SPD-3...

Lean Startup Circle - Montreal




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meetup.com - Lean Startup Circle is dedicated to applying lean startup thinking and building lean startup leadership. What works? What doesn't? It's entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs helping each other. Lean Star...

Backpack VR PCs are now a thing: MSI, HP, and Zotac unveil new models




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arstechnica.co.uk - Now, I know what you're thinking, and yes, you could just pick up a powerful gaming laptop—one of those GTX 980-based ones should do the trick—stick some shoulder straps on it, and call it a day. I...

Iran's new data policy could mean end of local access to Telegram app




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mashable.com - One of the popular messaging apps in Iran, Telegram, will soon be forced to hand over user data to local government authorities, according to reports. The rule, initiated by Iran's Supreme Council ...

Ferrari just built a one-off supercar for a very lucky (and rich) British buyer




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mashable.com - Turns out, Ferrari will make you a one-of-one car, if you ask nicely — and pay dearly, I presume. SEE ALSO: Maserati's Ghibli S Q4 sparkles, bellows and dazzles. But is it any good? Ferrari just un...

Ford ready to innovate, but not at the expense of customer needs




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mashable.com - RANCHOS PALOS VERDES — Ford wants to innovate, but not at the expense of its customers and core business. That's the core takeaway from Ford CEO Mark Fields' sit down on Monday with Recode's Kara S...

Facebook spares humans by fighting offensive photos with AI




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techcrunch.com - Facebook’s artificial intelligence systems now report more offensive photos than humans do, marking a major milestone in the social network’s battle against abuse, the company tells me. AI could qu...

Would Apple really change the design cycle of the iPhone?




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mashable.com - One of the confounding things about the latest swath of Apple rumors is that most of the information leaking out isn't even about the 2016 iPhone — the iPhone 7 — but about the one after that. You...

Help Google help you optimize your content for search




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biznology.com - It’s really hard to get Google’s attention. Content marketing is indeed a silver bullet — why do you think I’m writing this — but there are ways of wooing search engines beyond starting a blog. Goo...

Facebook may add end-to-end encryption to Messenger, report says




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mashable.com - Facebook Messenger may follow WhatsApp in implementing stronger encryption, according to a new report. The social network could add end-to-end encryption to its Messenger app later this year, even...

Australia is putting traffic lights in the ground because you're glued to your phone




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mashable.com - For the average pedestrian, it's immensely hard to look up from an Instagram scroll when you need to, say, cross a four-lane freeway. That's why the New South Wales state government is looking to t...

Microsoft working on FlashBack to deliver high-quality VR




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androidcommunity.com - The year 2016 is when virtual reality will finally take its flight. We've seen a few VR headsets already but the industry has yet to become more common. The smartwatch is already in that level afte...

UX Flowchart Cards: Easily Plan Your Website Structure - only $24! - MightyDeals




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mightydeals.com - UX Flowchart Cards: Easily Plan Your Website Structure - only $24! Please select... Cards + $6 worldwide shipping: $30 Worldwide shipping - $5 Please select... Cards + $6 worldwide shipping: $30 Bu...

Get fit for summer with these workout apps




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techcrunch.com - Summer is almost here, which means…it’s time to download some workout apps! TechCrunch tested out dozens of the best fitness apps and we narrowed it down to our three favorites. Sworkit is perfect ...

Periscope introduces real-time comment moderation




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techcrunch.com - Livestreaming app Periscope is rolling out a new experiment with real-time comment moderation, the company announced today. While its parent company Twitter has struggled over the years with spam a...

Inventory shortages may herald rebirth of Apple’s aging Thunderbolt Display




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techcrunch.com - Apple’s Thunderbolt Display, first introduced in the summer of 2011, may be getting a refresh at WWDC, if inventory shortages at retail stores are any indication. Just try getting one at your local...

Simply Hired is shutting down June 26, reportedly as part of an acquisition




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techcrunch.com - Simply Hired — a job search engine with 30 million monthly users that is active in 24 countries and 12 languages — is shutting down on June 26, with one report claiming that at least some of the co...

The app to nowhere




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techcrunch.com - Lorelei Kelly leads the Resilient Democracy Coalition, a group working to make sure Congress succeeds in the Information Age. Smartphone apps have improved convenience for public transportation in ...

Not all startups need the bright lights of the big city




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techcrunch.com - Ben Fischberg is an investment banker at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, where he focuses on the technology sector. His interest in tech in the developing world has motivated him to live in Rwanda a...

Xiaomi inks Microsoft patent deal and agrees to pre-install Office apps on its phones




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techcrunch.com - Xiaomi is moving closer to launching its smartphones in the U.S. market. Today the Chinese company announced a partnership with Microsoft that includes a cross-license and patent transfer agreement...

Instagram officially announces its new business tools




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techcrunch.com - Instagram this morning officially announced the launch of its tools for business users, including new business profiles, analytics and the ability to turn Instagram posts into ads directly from the...

Microsoft confirms Microsoft Ventures VC arm, renames old one ‘Microsoft Accelerator’




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techcrunch.com - As Google moves ahead to develop its Area 120 in-house incubator program, Microsoft is also looking to get more of its startup ducks in a row. On Monday, the company quietly, officially unveiled Mi...

With its new wireless ecosystem, Mophie wants to remove cords from your life




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techcrunch.com - More often than not, mobile devices are a permanent dash from power socket to power socket. Mophie is the #1 brand in extending your range between charges, and with the launch of “Charge Force”, th...

Robin makes the office smarter with $7 million in new funding




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techcrunch.com - One of the first-world problems most plaguing the new corporate world is the time wasted trying to find and secure a meeting room. At least, that’s the premise Robin is based on. Robin is a company...

Energysquare is a wireless phone charging pad that doesn’t use induction




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techcrunch.com - Meet Energysquare, a thin charging pad so that you don’t have to plug your phone charger ever again. Energysquare doesn’t rely on induction like most wireless chargers out there. Instead, Energysqu...

AMD Bristol Ridge APUs: Same Carrizo design, 20 percent more performance




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arstechnica.com - AMD has fully taken the wraps off its brand new seventh generation APU architecture Bristol Ridge, which it announced earlier this year. It promises users around a 20 percent boost in CPU performan...

Asus Avalon is a bold, cable-free DIY PC




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arstechnica.com - Thanks to standardised components and simplified operating systems (RIP MS-DOS), building a PC isn't all that difficult these days—so long as you're comfortable with wielding a Phillips head screwd...

No Man’s Anger: A peaceful game’s delay sparks online hate




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arstechnica.com - As someone who has been immersed in gaming and Internet culture for decades, I'm no stranger to how fans with enflamed passions can spew some heated and at times hateful rhetoric about their favori...

AMD Radeon RX 480 revealed: Polaris debuts in a £160/$200 card designed for VR




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arstechnica.com - AMD's first Polaris-based graphics card is here: the Radeon RX 480. Rather than launch a high-end card to compete with the likes of Nvidia's GTX 1080 or 1070, AMD's RX 480 is pitched at the wider m...

Fallout 4 on Xbox One gets mod support today




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arstechnica.com - For decades, PC gaming elitists have lorded their ability to download imaginative game mods over their dirty console gaming peasant cousins. That advantage goes away today... at least for one major...

How can billiards work in VR? PoolNation has an answer




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arstechnica.com - The motion-sports craze has given us approximations of just about every pub game, parlor game, and lawn sport, from darts to bowling to bocce. But one Western real-gaming staple somehow never got a...

Intel’s post tick-tock “Kaby Lake” CPUs definitely coming later this year




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arstechnica.com - New enthusiast CPUs include new tech and more cores but stick with old chipsets. Intel's main Computex announcement was the launch of its high-end (and high-cost) Broadwell-E chips, but the company...

5 Things Beginning Bloggers Struggle With the Most




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blogherald.com - Ever since Justin Hall launched the first blog in 1994 with links.net, blogging has redefined the way people publish and share the written word. Now, Huffington Post is the most popular blog on the...

Will Facebook Messenger Chat Bots Replace Humans?




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Reg Saddler




adweek.com - As a natural response to Facebook’s push to get more pages to use Messenger as a platform, brands are developing chat bots to handle customer service. How well is this working? At the Socialbakers ...

10 Years Ago Hollywood Awoke The Pirate Bay 'Beast' - TorrentFreak




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torrentfreak.com - Most of the site’s current users are probably unaware that without a few essential keystrokes in the site’s early years, The Pirate Bay may have not been here today. May 31, 2006, less than three y...

Pump Express 3.0 battery charging tech charges to 70% in 20 minutes




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Android Community




androidcommunity.com - Still a huge problem for a lot of mobile users is the fact that the more high tech their phone becomes and the more features the OEMs bring, the faster our batteries drain. They still haven’t figur...

OnePlus opens The Lab as OnePlus 3 Peer Review Program




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androidcommunity.com - OnePlus has yet to launch the OnePlus 3 but the Chinese company is already launching The Lab. This is an effort to get help from the whole OnePlus community to give feedback on the upcoming new sma...

Samsung to reportedly launch Mini Pay app for online transactions




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androidcommunity.com - While Samsung Pay is still trying to establish itself in the midst of stiff competition from Android Pay and Apple Pay, rumors of a secondary product are already making the rounds. Sources are sayi...

mophie Charge Force gives the Galaxy S7 a magnetic personality




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androidcommunity.com - When mophie revealed the juice pack for the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge last February, it came with a rather puzzling feature. It boasted of wireless charging capabilities that Samsung's flagships...

Samsung Pay partners with Citibank ahead of Singapore launch




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androidcommunity.com - Samsung Pay is set to make its debut in other countries aside from South Korea and the US later this year. They would need to as they are already behind their competitors like Apple Pay and Android...

Tiny Towers now back on Google Play Store under new listing




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androidcommunity.com - Five years ago, when Tiny Towers first made its way into our smartphones, we could not stop letting these pixelated little characters into various buildings. But for some reason, it was published u...

Sigma boosts AF speed of 150-600mm f/5-6.3 lenses by up to ‘50%’




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amateurphotographer.co.uk - Customers can install the free firmware update via a Sigma USB dock (using Sigma Optimization Pro software) or by contacting the company directly (for details, see below). The update applies to bot...

Customer Experience Metrics Strong at GameStop




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loyalty360.org - Customer experience is seen as a key differentiator today among loyalty marketers. For GameStop, that is certainly the case, as CEO Paul Raines attested to during the company’s fourth quarter earni...

The Connected Consumer: Integrating Car And Home




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loyalty360.org - Since the dawn of the smartphone, consumers around the world have been on a lightning fast path towards ubiquitous connectivity. Almost a third of U.K. consumers feel it’s essential to always be re...

Rocky Brands goes with Clutch for Unique Loyalty Program Development




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loyalty360.org - Part of designing a successful loyalty program is knowing the audience. Program features that attract some members may be the same things that drive others away. Rocky Brands, maker of a wide varie...

Customers Looking for More Social Loyalty Programs




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loyalty360.org - In the age of social media and digital connection, customers everywhere are looking to connect with one another more than ever before. From linking social accounts, to competing with friends to see...

Point Shout : Mobile App to Listen, Engage and React to Customers' Needs - Start-Ups.Co




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start-ups.co - We had an interesting chat with Mr. “Ionut Danifeld”, Co-Founder at the Brussels – Belgium based start-up “PointShout” Below is the interview we conducted with him: 1. What is it exactly that you d...

Monday, May 30, 2016

TPS Consulting Daily


TECHNOLOGY

Tech Titans Raise Their Guard, Pushing Back Against News Media

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Franco Gonzalez



nytimes.com - SAN FRANCISCO — After the news that one of Silicon Valley’s stars secretly funded a lawsuit to bring down a gossip site, the overwhelming response in the tech community has been: More power to him....

Twitter lists and Roundteam explained

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effrosyniwrites.com - Twitter lists are also an excellent tool for reciprocating to supportive tweeps by retweeting them manually or automatically via Roundteam. So, let’s begin with Roundteam. It’s FREE and very easy t...

4 Things You Need to Stop If You Want To Be Productive on Social Media

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jeffbullas.com - Because you KNOW that you need to be present on social media in order to do so. The only problem is that whenever you log on to your social media accounts… When you wake up a lot of time has passed...

Microsoft CEO Nadella: 'Bots are the new apps'

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usatoday.com - Developers gathered at the Microsoft BUILD developers conference in San Francisco to hear about the latest and greatest from Microsoft. Theresa Chong for USA TODAY. Theresa Chong for USA TODAY SAN ...

A Quick and Thorough Guide to WordPress Maintenance Mode

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premium.wpmudev.org - Whether you’re performing simple plugin updates or making full-scale site modifications, maintenance mode is a handy tool to have in your developer’s toolkit. But when should you use it? Are there ...

Exploring Divi 2.4: A FREE Library Pack Built With Divi’s New Advanced Design Settings

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elegantthemes.com - Posted on June 19, 2015 by Kenny Sing in Resources | 119 comments Two days ago we introduced Divi 2.4, the biggest upgrade in Divi history and a giant leap forward for our most popular WordPress th...

Facebook's head of product design on why websites may be a dying business

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mashable.com - It feels like we were facing the end of print only years ago, but the time may be ripe to begin lamenting the end of the website. After the dominance of URLs, we're entering the platform era where ...

10 Random Things You Didn’t Know You Can Do On LinkedIn

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Reg Saddler


socialmediatoday.com - Do you sometimes wonder just how many unaccepted (but not rejected) LinkedIn connection requests you have floating out there? Or perhaps you wish that you could remove yourself from that annoying g...

Asus Zenbo is an E.T.-like home robot with a touchscreen face

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mashable.com - Writing about tech is often straightforward. But finding words for Asus' Zenbo home robot, announced just before the start of the Computex trade show in Taipei, is a tougher task. The multi-faceted...

Asus ZenBook 3 will make your current laptop look fat

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Jefferson Faudan



mashable.com - When Apple launched the 12-inch MacBook in 2015, it instantly became a benchmark for ultra-light computers, surpassed in portability by only a few models. The thinking behind Asus' new ultraportab...

Smart Responsive Design Patterns, Or When Off-Canvas Isn't Good Enough – Smashing Magazine

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smashingmagazine.com - Design patterns often have a bad reputation. They are often considered to be quick, lazy, off-the-shelf solutions that are applied blindly without consideration of the context of a problem. Solutio...

6 Tips for Better Facebook Live Broadcasts : Social Media Examiner

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socialmediaexaminer.com - Wondering how to get the most out of your Facebook Live broadcast? With Facebook Live, you can show your expertise in real time, take people behind the scenes, and much more. In this article, you’l...

How Innovation Fuels Content Marketing

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Reg Saddler



inc.com - Years ago, marketing leaders might have heard of a new platform or tactic--social media, for example--that could enhance their brands or strengthen their marketing efforts and given it a try. Being...

Iran forces messaging apps to move data to Iranian servers

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techcrunch.com - Companies behind popular messaging apps have a year to move all the data they have on Iranian users onto servers in Iran, according to Reuters. This raises concerns about privacy. The Iranian gover...

Diane Greene wants to put the enterprise front and center of Google Cloud strategy

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techcrunch.com - When Google bought bebop Technologies last fall for $348 million, it got more than a stealthy startup. It also landed Diane Greene as executive vice president of Google Cloud Enterprise — and that ...

Facebook set to foster popularity of branded content

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techcrunch.com - Jared Feldman is the founder and CEO of Canvs, a platform that measures and interprets emotions. Branded content was already becoming more attractive to many marketers and publishers trying to navi...

French financial prosecutor went dark for a year to investigate Google France

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techcrunch.com - Google was caught by surprise. Last week, nearly 100 employees of France’s equivalent of the IRS (Direction générale des Finances) raided Google’s office in Paris for a tax non-compliance investiga...

VetTechTrek is creating an e-learning platform to help veterans build careers in the tech industry

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techcrunch.com - VetTech is a nonprofit founded last year with the goal of helping military veterans network with the technology industry. Over the 12 months they have worked towards this goal by hosting multiple “...

GT Sport: This is not the racing game you’ve been waiting for

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arstechnica.com - As far as understanding developer Polyphony Digital's ambitions for Gran Turismo and its PlayStation 4 outing GT Sport goes, there's only one thing you need to know: players will be able to earn a ...

Top 10: Instagram Tips & Tricks - Socially Powered

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sociallypowered.com - Did you know more than 80 million images are uploaded to Instagram every day? It’s a global application with some interesting demographic opportunities. Plus, it can be one of the more entertaining...

Phonebloks creator says Google can do better with Project Ara

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androidcommunity.com - We might have to jog your memory back to when the Phonebloks video went viral on social media, inspiring a lot of people to push for a future-proof modular smartphone. The idea behind Phonebloks is...

How to Set Up Parental Controls on Android

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androidcommunity.com - Android tablets are useful not only for work and studies. Parents and children alike find such mobile devices serve many different purposes may it be for communication, media playback, entertainmen...

HTC One M9+ Prime Camera Edition now official, probably first out in India

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androidcommunity.com - In one of the weirder moves in the already uncommon strategies of the HTC smartphone brand, they launched a rehash of their 2015 flagship in Europe early this month called the HTC One M9 Prime Came...

SpareFoot.com: The World's Largest Marketplace for Self-Storage - Start-Ups.Co

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start-ups.co - Sparefoot is a simple and efficient solution for locating storage facilities, comparing prices, and booking storage units online. According to Mr. ‘Betts'; Sparefoot is a simple and efficient solut...

Thurrott Daily: May 30 - Thurrott.com

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thurrott.com - It’s day off here in the U.S.—Memorial Day—but I’m keeping an eye on the web while I rebuild my NUC yet again. —Paul Microsoft answers OneNote complaints on Reddit Thanks to Chad S. for the tip. A ...

5 Ways To Change The Design Of A WordPress Theme

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wpkube.com - When you find a WordPress theme that’s perfect for your website, with a design you.. mostly love, it might be time to take matters into your hands. But if you’re not confident enough to change the ...

3 Reasons the Apple-Buying-Netflix Rumor Never Dies | Fox Business

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fool.com - Shares ofNetflixhave been rolling lately. Netflix stock has moved higher for six consecutive trading days, soaring 15% in total. There are a couple of reasons for the recent bullishness. Netflix an...

The real value of engaging your audience in content marketing - Biznology

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biznology.com - Consumers crave authenticity. This has been the case to some extent for as long as there has been marketing. (Think of your cool friends who knew all the big bands before they were big – and who im...

Mobile First: The Smart Person's Approach to Mobile-Ready Content Creation

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business.com - Fact: Great content is an integral part of any 21st-century marketing strategy. Fact: Leading content marketers generate almost eight times more traffic than their competitors Fact: Content marketi...

FIR #37: Must we now pitch news to Snapchat? - FIR Podcast Network

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firpodcastnetwork.com - Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:46:05 — 43.4MB) | Embed Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS Today’s panel features Serena Ehrlich, director of social and evolving media at Busines...

How machine learning can impact subscription service offerings - Advertising - BizReport

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bizreport.com - Kristina: Why should subscription-based software companies care about machine learning? Matt Fleckenstein, SVP Products and Marketing, Amplero: Today's connected customers demand that companies pro...

More 'Dead Sea scrolls' could be found as Israel begins excavation programme

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christiantoday.com - A full-scale programme of excavations in the Judaean Desert caves is needed to prevent artefacts like the Dead Sea Scrolls being lost to looters, according to the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA)...

How App Marketing Campaigns Can Help Marketers Win More Users-Examples And Tips! - App Virality

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appvirality.com - There are numerous apps that we encounter every day. In most scenarios, they tend to help us in simplifying tasks and snipping a step or two. But how do apps help marketers? As marketers, we’ve kno...

The Strategy Dashboard for Gamification Design

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yukaichou.com - (Below is a snippet of Gamification Book: Actionable Gamification – Beyond Points, Badges, and Leaderboards. If you like this blog post, you will LOVE the book.) At this point, we have a built a st...

How happy chatbots could become our new best friends - BBC News

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bbc.co.uk - How do we stop intelligent machines from taking over the world and enslaving us all? That's the radical suggestion of Patrick Levy Rosenthal, founder and chief executive of Emoshape, a tech firm th...

7 Email Marketing Best Practices

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Jeff Knize



smallbusinesspr.com - The content of your email message is important, but your design is the first element that recipients will see. If you want readers to see your message instead of clicking to the next email, it’s es...

Charm For iPhone Gives You Incredible Control Over Your Twitter Experience

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Jason Cramer



lifehacker.com.au - iOS: Twitter is a great feed, but saving interesting tweets for later, making playlists of songs you find and collecting interesting or on-topic tweets into lists is difficult, and deserves more th...

The Apple Watch is being shunned by Apple's most important community

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businessinsider.com - Apple developers aren't very interested in writing apps for the Watch these days, says Tim Anglade, an app developer and VP for mobile database Realm. About 100,000 app developers use Realm's datab...

MacBook Pro 2016 release date at WWDC 2016: thinner, lighter laptops with OLED keyboard display

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ecumenicalnews.com - Apple is expected to unveil the new MacBook Pro laptops during the Worldwide Developers Conference this June. The MacBook Pro (2016) will reportedly come in two variants — a 13-inch model and a 15-...

Twitter hack could humiliate you | Komando.com

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komando.com - According to a recent Symantec official blog post, more than 2,500 Twitter accounts have been hacked and taken over to send out tweets that contain sexually suggestive photos with links to adult si...

Vengeance LED | PC Perspective

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pcper.com - As the specifications are sparse as of yet, we will let Corsair tell you about their products in their own words. Start off looking at this fancy setup and carry on through new fans, DIMMs and SFF...

Will OLEDs Improve TV Profit Margins? | EE Times

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eetimes.com - Display Week speakers debate where the TV and car display industries are headed. If anything emerged from last week’s Display Week (May 22–27), it was clear that although viewers prefer bright colo...