Apple has given up on making its own external display panels. If you want that long rumored Cinema 5K monitor, you’ll have to look at LG instead. It already seemed suspicious that the company chose to highlight an LG display instead of one of its own during its MacBook Pro Read More
Monthly Archives: October 2016
ORLANDO – Advertisers are cottoning on to one of modern marketing’s key challenges – how to address a customer nowadays when they leave different pieces of themselves on different devices?
The solution lays in combining data sets in to a single customer “identity” profile. But, already, that discipline is transforming in Read More
When it comes to building a multi-million dollar business, choosing the right platform can make or break the growth of your e-commerce store. The right features of an e-commerce platform can help your business grow in profits and credibility. Choose the wrong platform and you Read More
Some of us think the Touch Bar on the new MacBook Pro is a bit underwhelming, but at least there’s limitless potential to what developers can do with a mini touchscreen, right? Apparently, not if Apple has its way. See – as noted by TechCrunch – Apple wants you to Read More
This comic book author isn’t laughing.
Chelsea Cain, the writer of Marvel’s recently canceled feminist comic series “Mockingbird,” deactivated her Twitter account midweek, after she said she received “thousands” of mean-spirited tweets celebrating the end of the series. The tweets attacked her personally, she explained in
“Why don’t you add Bluetooth? Or have an app? Or put more sensors in it? You can get in the Apple Store!”. So goes the argument to be a part of the Internet of Things, but at what cost? Being connected isn’t always the right approach, for products or for Read More
Voting day in the US, November 8, will soon be here, and Facebook wants to be really sure you’re going to go out there and exercise your civic duty. The company is introducing a new feature today to preview your voting ballot– from presidential candidates to local ones – as Read More
Here we go again. The FBI has re-opened its investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails, following a report that some of the around 33,000 missing emails may not be missing after all. FBI Director James Comey said in a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee: In connection with an unrelated case, Read More
If you think the on-demand economy is a new phenomenon, think again.
Case in point: Webvan. The once-lauded delivery startup quickly fell from grace when it triggered the dot-com burst in 2000. The company, which was once valued at $8 billion and holds the title of highest IPO in Silicon Read More