• Your Social Selling Questions Answered

    Social selling is an enigma. Is it still selling? Is it entirely something different? Julio Viskovich gives his take on the 4 most common questions about social selling. Read them now!

  • Hands-on with Shazam for Mac: It knows what music you’re listening to, for the most part

    Shazam, the app that tells you the name of that song whose name you just can’t put your finger on, has arrive on Mac OS X. So, we gave it a spin.

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  • Guardians of the Galaxy review

    The newest Marvel Studios movie isn’t the most emotionally complicated blockbuster of the year, but it wins for sheer fun an entertainment value.
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  • What to Do When You Feel Too Embarrassed to Exercise

    Walking into a gym for the first time can be an embarrassing experience. You might be self-conscious that you’re too out of shape while everyone else seems fit, or that you’re wearing the wrong clothes, or you might simply feel out of place. But it’s…

  • iWatch Rumors: Sapphire screen production issues to result in limited launch

    Apple’s iWatch has been one of the biggest secrets in tech for a couple years now. Here’s a look at everything we know about it, from the team designing it to the features it might have.
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  • Net neutrality is under threat from the FCC: What it is, and how we got here

    Over the past few weeks (or years), you’ve probably heard a lot about Net neutrality. If you want to know what it’s all about, we’ve constructed a timeline to show the relevant events that led us to this point.

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  • The State of Social Media Scheduling

    With so much pressure on marketers to be posting on multiple social media networks, multiple times a day, with multiple objectives in mine, it’s easy to see why social media scheduling is such a hot topic right now. In this follow up study from Softwar…

  • BBM lands on Windows Phone with tile interface

    BlackBerry finally released BBM for Windows Phone after much ado. The app features a tiled user interface that’s well-suited to Microsoft’s operating system.
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  • Deadspin Does The NFL Think Ray Rice’s Wife Deserved It?

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  • Cloud Commander Displays All Your Cloud Folders in One Place

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  • OnePlus Watch Rumors: Images of OneWatch reveal Moto 360-like design

    Images of what appears to be the OnePlus OneWatch leaked online. The images show a round, Moto 360-like smartwatch with a leather strap and other cool specs.
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  • Samsung’s outrageous bendable TV goes on sale in Korea for $34,000

    Samsung’s spectacular bendable TV has made its way to the public, going on sale in Korea starting August 1st. The slightly smaller version of a concept TV unveiled at CES, the 78-inch UN78S9B offers automated flexibility, and will cost a reported $34,000.

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  • Have a “Bill Haggle Day” to Reduce Your Monthly Expenses

    We’ve said before that one of the best ways to reduce your bills is to ask . Of course, many of us don’t want to take the time to call up every single company we owe money to. That’s why it might help to set aside a day for the task.Read more…

  • Initial iWatch Shipments May Be Limited Due to Sapphire Issues, Half of Devices May Use Glass Displays

    Echoing his earlier iWatch predictions, KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo today suggested (via AppleInsider) that Apple’s iWatch will be available in limited quantities in 2014, with only three million devices hitting store shelves before the end of the year.

    Kuo says that while market predictions point towards shipments between 5 and 10 million smart watches before the end of 2014, his own prediction based on supply chain checks is at three million units due to the iWatch’s late production date.

    Balogh-iwatchTraditional watch-style iWatch concept by Gábor Balogh
    Earlier this month, Kuo released a report pointing towards a November production date for the iWatch. Difficulties developing the screen for the device as well as its sapphire crystal cover are said to have slowed development on the iWatch, pushing back targeted production dates. “We believe developing the hardware and OS of iWatch will be a much more difficult task than for Apple’s existing products,” Kuo wrote.

    Kuo believes that continued problems with the sapphire display for the iWatch may lead Apple to produce some of the devices with glass covers instead of sapphire. In the note, he also points towards TPK as the supplier for the iWatch’s touch module. TPK’s recent earnings report has suggested iWatch production has been delayed and will not begin until until the fourth quarter.

    Apple is said to be aiming to introduce the iWatch at an October event, which means it may debut before production even begins. In the event that the device does not enter production until November, Apple may launch the device well after it is first introduced, much like it did with the Mac Pro. As a result, the iWatch may be available in very limited quantities in 2014, with availability increasing in early 2015.



  • Update: Hulu begins offering free mobile access to full TV episodes today for Android

    The over-the-top digital video service announced today at its Hulu Upfront advertising event that it will begin offering free mobile access to ad-supported full TV episodes this summer – even for users without a Hulu Plus subscription.
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  • Pfister’s newest faucet turns on with a wave of your hand

    Touch-activated faucets are one thing, but Pfister is taking the sink game to a whole new level with an upcoming line of completely touch-free faucets

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  • Focus On Creating an Importance Hierarchy When Presenting Information

    Presenting information is an art unto itself. Whether it’s an email, PowerPoint, or a speech, there’s a tendency to pack as much information into as little space as possible. However, it may be more important to create a hierarchy of information first…

  • Intelligent Time Management App ‘Timeful’ Launches on iOS [iOS Blog]

    Timeful, described as “the first intelligent time manager” for mobile devices, is a new iOS app designed to help users manage their lives by combining a time management app with a calendar, a to-do list, and habits. Timeful aims to provide a personaliz…

  • The Business Case for Content Curation

    Adding curation to the content mix can build credibility, trust, loyalty, thought leadership and reciprocating brand relationships. Providing the maximum amount of utility using a mix of content from different sources is a win-win for everyone involved…

  • FilmOn fires back after judge hits it with $90,000 fine

    Aereo competitor FilmOn, with assistance from its somewhat outlandish CEO Alki David, managed to dig itself into an even deeper hole when the TV-over-the-Internet service was hit with a $90,000 contempt order last Friday.
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  • ​Advocate Online For a Potential Employer to Get Yourself Noticed

    Just because a company isn’t advertising jobs, it doesn’t mean it’s not hiring. Wax lyrical about a firm you like online, and it could help to get your foot in the door.Read more…

  • The New “World’s Fastest” Gaming Mouse

    Logitech’s latest packs in an onboard processor and a lot of speed.Read more…

  • Samsung adds $4 premium option to Milk Music

    In an update to its Milk Music streaming service, Samsung added a premium option to the fold. The free version now includes advertisements, while the $4 per month option eliminates them and adds more.
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  • Contact These Organizations to Get Free School Supplies

    August might be a great time to buy school supplies , but you can possibly save hundreds of dollars through programs that distribute all those pencils and other supplies for free.Read more…