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Tech Timeline: the iPad first goes on sale By IDG.TV In April 2010, Apple introduced the first-generation iPad, which came with automatic orientation, web browsing, and access to email. ...Read More »
Content Insider #514 - Influence By Miles Weston We have never followed Snoop Dogg, Kim Kardashian, Pewdiepie or heck anyone. Following sounds too much like stalking and that creeps us out! When we want to learn about a certain product, subject we ask people we trust, respect who know what they're talking about. People who buy/use products do the same thing. And those people have gained that expertise by using the product/service, dealing with the company under a broad range of situations. They know the company and the people behind the product/service. That reputation is built one customer at a time not by how many influencer followers they have but their well earned reputation. In other words the influence starts at the top and permeates every aspect of the company's decisions, actions. Sorry Snoop, Kim, Pew you don't impress, influence me much. ...Read More »
Has the Consumer Drone Bubble Burst By Brandon Gordon Not many years ago, the term "drone" would have only been associated with advanced military technology used in unmanned aerial warfare. Also known as UAVs, or unmanned aerial vehicles, drones have been a significant factor in the strategy of the U.S. military for quite some time. However, in recent years, drones have exploded into the domestic consumer market. From YouTubers to independent filmmakers, drones are now far more commonplace in the lives of the average civilian than ever before. However, due to numerous factors, the drone market has seemingly hit its plateau quite early on in its life cycle. ...Read More »
The iPhone Show: What's new in iOS 10.3? By IDG.TV The new iOS 10.3 introduces an easy way to keep track of your AirPods, the option to choose between different app icons, and a switch to the more efficient Apple File System. ...Read More »
Is Alexa as good on your phone? By IDG.TV Alexa is fantastic on the Amazon Echo. Now that you can get it on iPhone and at least one Android phone, how does it compare? ...Read More »
Is Alexa as good on your phone? By IDG.TV Alexa is fantastic on the Amazon Echo. Now that you can get it on iPhone and at least one Android phone, how does it compare? ...Read More »
How the Internet of Things Will Change Consumer-Product Relationships By Tim Scargill From fitness trackers to thermostats, bike locks and even socks, more and more of our products are getting connected. The opportunities for enterprise are huge - the research firm Bain predicts annual revenues for IoT products could exceed $470B by 2020. But in order to be successful in this space, it's essential to understand how this technology will alter the complex relationships between consumers and their products. Not only will we interact with our devices in a different way, but the role they play in our lives will fundamentally change, impacting every aspect of business from product development to marketing. ...Read More »
BYOD Pros and Cons By Paul Fitzgerald for America's Backbone Weekly Here are the pros and cons of having your employees use their personal cell phone as their business phone. ...Read More »
Murray heads into stands By Clip Syndicate Cell phone video appears to show Alaska Aces head coach Rob Murray in the stands with multiple people holding him back after a 5-2 loss at home Saturday. ...Read More »
Content Insider #512 - World of Holes By Miles Weston The Internet of Things - cars, homes, offices, shipping containers, shopping carts, clothes, devices, everything - is a fantastic dream. You will constantly in touch with your stuff and everyone else on the spinning blue marble so the world will literally be at your fingertips. Of course you and your stuff will also be in reach of everyone as well. But that's okay because it makes everyone equal except when it doesn't. The challenge is the individual things that are connected are targets for hackers, whackers and cyberthieves. Nothing worse than your thing(s) filled with malware or being held for ransom until you cough up a few hundred Bitcoins and hope there is such a thing as honor among thieves. If not you are so ****ed or worse. ...Read More »

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