Remote, Controlled

Matt McRae is fired up about remote controls. Or, more specifically, about getting rid of them.McRae is the chief technology officer of Vizio, a company that sells more TVs — and with them, remotes — than any other company in America. And he thinks remote controls are very, very … | Continue reading | 4 years ago

Vizio's new P-Series reinvents the 'smart' TV with Google Cast — and nothing else

Vizio wants to blow up everything you've come to expect from a "smart" TV. In 2014, the introduction of the P-Series marked the company's entrance into 4K. Fast forward to today, and Vizio sells some of the most affordable 4K TVs you can buy — and they're almost universally well … | Continue reading | 4 years ago

Vizio sets sights on Sonos with new lineup of Google Cast speakers

Alongside the brand new P-Series announced today, Vizio also revealed that it's releasing a lineup of speakers and soundbars later this year. Just like the TVs, the new audio gear is based on Google Cast, with sleek designs that make it evident Vizio is going after Sonos' grip on … | Continue reading | 4 years ago

5 Dang Good Reasons Why Writers Should Think of Themselves as Content Marketers

Discover why there's a demand for writers who are content marketers and how to take advantage of the rapid and powerful rise of content marketing. | Continue reading | 4 years ago

What Marketers Look for in Entry-Level Candidates

Career Management - What are the key things senior marketers look for in creative (i.e., non-technical) entry-level job candidates? | Continue reading | 4 years ago

Tyranny brings out Obsidian's dark side

Tyranny isn't the story of a village boy/girl thrust into greatness, embarking on some seemingly hopeless quest to avenge a loved one, recently slain at the hands of The Bad Guy. No, in Tyranny, The Bad Guy has already won. And you helped him."Not only were you on their side," sa … | Continue reading | 4 years ago

Samsung creates headgear prototype to help monitor concussions in sports

Samsung Australia has created a prototype for a device to be worn during contact sports, in an effort to monitor concussions. The BrainBand, of which ten prototypes have been created, is the culmination of a Samsung Mixed Talents initiative in which two people from different fiel … | Continue reading | 4 years ago

Music Branding Expert Workshop 2016: Call for Participants

We are seeking participants for the Music Branding Expert Workshop 2016 in Berlin, Germany. This one-day event will gather European experts from the areas of audio branding, marketing practice/research and music publishing. The aim of the meeting is to collectively develop an Eng … | Continue reading | 4 years ago

Clarivoy’s offline advertising attribution model aims to help brands prioritize ad spend

As lucrative as they may be, I normally find ad tech/marketing tech companies to be pretty boring. However, Clarivoy’s interesting concept catches my attention amidst a sea of marketing tech awash with jargon.As an attribution platform, Clarivoy aims to connect the dots between o … | Continue reading | 4 years ago

Hot takes from the 2016 Marketing Technology Landscape

Every year Scott Brinker's marketing technology landscape supergraphic helps us understanding marketing a little better. Here's what we thought of 2016's. | Continue reading | 4 years ago

French newspapers are waging a week-long war on ad blockers

People who use ad blockers in France will be asked this week to uninstall the software if they want access to some of their country’s biggest news publishers. The campaign is being organized by French trade association GESTE, and includes a number of big media sites, such as Le M … | Continue reading | 4 years ago

The creator of That Dragon, Cancer talks about loss, love, and indie art

When is a game not a game? When it becomes art, a collection of found objects, and a memorial. That’s what Ryan and Amy Green created when they made That Dragon, Cancer, a luminous game inspired by the life of their son Joel. Doctors diagnosed Joel with an Atypical Teratoid Rhabd … | Continue reading | 4 years ago

Ex-European Commissioner Neelie Kroes joins the board of Salesforce

One of the most powerful regulators in European tech in the last decade has found a landing place outside of the halls of Brussels. Today, CRM giant Salesforce announced that Neelie Kroes is joining its board of directors. She is the second high-profile ex-government figure to jo … | Continue reading | 4 years ago

Footage Shows Aftermath of Brussels Airport Blasts

Video shot from inside Brussels airport shows the moments after two explosions rocked the building. Eyewitnesses describe the blast. | Continue reading | 4 years ago

Yahoo wants greater game transparency with new daily fantasy sports updates

Yahoo is making some changes to its daily fantasy sports offering in an effort to make contests “more transparent and fun for all users.” Starting today, individual players will be limited to up to 10 entries per contest, the use of scripting tools to manipulate entries will be p … | Continue reading | 4 years ago

iOS 9.3 bringt VoLTE für Telekom-Kunden

Gute Nachrichten für iPhone-Nutzer im Netz der Deutschen Telekom. Das seit gestern verfügbare Software-Update auf iOS 9.3 ermöglicht Telefonie im LTE-Netz. Die dafür benötigten Netzbetreiber-Einstellungen sollten zeitgleich... | Continue reading | 4 years ago

Link-Building Explained: Play Offense in the Game of SEO (Infographic)

New animated infographic explains how link-building can boost your SEO performance. | Continue reading | 4 years ago

Xiaomi Mi 5 is an incredible Chinese phone with an unbeatable price

Video: Mark Boyer, Rill Causey, Noah ThroopIn China, Xiaomi is a titan, second only to China's other giant Huawei. People go crazy for new Xiaomi phones the way fans go crazy for new iPhones.The company's latest flagship, the Mi 5, racked up 16.5 million pre-orders in the few wee … | Continue reading | 4 years ago

In pictures: Fit Bit creates multi-tiered obstacle course for Sport Relief

Fitbit's creative concept agency, Outside Collective, teamed up with The Halo Group to create a branded obstacle course at Olympic Park on Sunday (20 March), as part of a Sport Relief event at the site. | Continue reading | 4 years ago

Microsoft wants to know: Would you trade used digital games for in-store credit?

Microsoft might be investigating the idea of opening its own market for used games, buying them back from people's accounts for a percentage of the original cost. It's an interesting idea, but would gamers (and publishers) bite? | Continue reading | 4 years ago

BitPay Core Coming Soon for Bitcoin Blockchain?

BitPay introduced one potential fork of Bitcoin Core in a series of blog posts by CEO Stephen Pair. In the series, Pair describes an “adaptive block-size limit.” Pair expressed his belief on the Medium post’s that he believes Bitcoin does not need a fixed limit, though that woul … | Continue reading | 4 years ago

BBC Sport tweets about a disgruntled pro FIFA player, followers hate it

BBC Sport's covering a FIFA tournament - and it's not going down well with its 5.39m followers on Twitter.Oliver Chesses, one of the UK's best FIFA players.… | Continue reading | 4 years ago

5 Lessons We Learned from a 30-Day Blog Audit

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How Adobe Predicts the Future With a Crystal Ball of Big Data

Tamara Gaffney, Principal Analyst for Adobe Digital Index, joins the Social Pros Podcast to discuss their extremely accurate social landscape forecaster that is helping shape the industry. | Continue reading | 4 years ago

[VIDEO] Marketing Automation and Kapost: The Marketing Technology Dream Team

Learn how marketing automation and Kapost work together to deliver and analyze content across the funnel. | Continue reading | 4 years ago

5 Snapchat Statistics That Prove Its Power

5 statistics from Edison Research and their Infinite Dial study that prove that Snapchat is the 2nd most powerful social platform in the US. | Continue reading | 4 years ago

New York has just opened a massive public spying network

‘Free’ public Wi-Fi always sounds a little too good to be true and now American civil liberties campaigners have written to the Mayor of New York to tell him they are pretty creeped out about how much data the new LinkNYC booths will collect. The anticipated 10,000-strong network … | Continue reading | 4 years ago

Apple iPhone SE event showed that…(yawn)…the future is…zzzzzzzzz

ANALYSIS: You know you’re at an Apple Event when the audience applauds raucously after the person on stage announces…woven nylon watch bands. Indeed, such is our tech culture’s current obsession with all things Apple, that this announcement even prompts a long-winded article from … | Continue reading | 4 years ago

The world's biggest aircraft is floating but not yet flying

When you hear all the arguments in favor of bringing back airships — that they’re safe, efficient, economical — the prospect sounds appealing, even logical. But when you actually see one in person, it’s hard to think of anything apart from how fantastical and surreal they look. C … | Continue reading | 4 years ago

The Brussels attacks highlight technology’s importance but we could do so much more

In the immediate aftermath of the attack on Brussels air and rail infrastructure this morning, mobile networks collapsed under the strain as thousands desperately tried to call loved ones. IMPORTANT: Brussels mobile networks are getting saturated. Please contact through data mess … | Continue reading | 4 years ago

Livestream: Ein Hirsch wandert durch San Andreas (GTA V)

Der Künstler/Coder Brent Watanabe hat ein Projekt mit großem Zeittotschlagspotential ausgeheckt: Eine modifizierte Version von Grand Theft Auto V, in der ein Hirsch die Hauptrolle spielt, der von Watanabe dazu programmiert wurde, endlos... | Continue reading | 4 years ago

LG X cam and X screen begin their global roll out this week

The LG X cam and X screen mid-range smartphones are beginning their global roll out this week, heading to South Korea, Europe, Latin America, and Asia. | Continue reading | 4 years ago

BBC micro:bit learn-to-code device finally rolling out to UK schools

A tiny computer intended to encourage UK kids to get programming is finally being delivered to schools, some half a year later than originally planned. Read More | Continue reading | 4 years ago

Morning shootaround — March 22

VIDEO: Highlights from Monday’s games NEWS OF THE MORNING Durant questionable vs. Rockets | Why LeBron unfollowed Cavs on social media | Wade to Davis: Don’t rush back | Hammond praises Antetokounmpo’s development No. 1: Durant (elbow) questionable tonight vs. Rockets — The Oklah … | Continue reading | 4 years ago

Why Change is Accelerating

In previous articles I’ve spoken about how the pace of change is accelerating, and how for many people (and organizations) things are changing so fast that they feel overwhelmed and that things may be changing faster than some of us … Continue reading → | Continue reading | 4 years ago

First Click: The Apple we love and the Apple we hate

After the first 20 minutes of Apple’s iPhone SE and iPad Pro launch event yesterday, I was enamored with the world’s most valuable company for the courage it was showing. Starting off his presentation with talk of privacy, environmentalism, and health, CEO Tim Cook was addressing … | Continue reading | 4 years ago

Bitcoin Price Watch; Volatility is on!

We’re a little bit late publishing the first of our two intraday bitcoin price analyses today, primarily as a result of the action we saw both overnight and throughout the initial phases of this morning’s session. Generally, we like to put our first interpretation of the night’s … | Continue reading | 4 years ago

Samsung wants you to stop checking your phone while on your motorbike

While almost everyone is focusing on keeping drivers’ hands off the wheel in autonomous cars, Samsung has turned its attention to keeping drivers’ hands firmly on the handlebars when it comes to motorcycles. Partnering with advertising company Leo Burnett, motocross star Edo Moss … | Continue reading | 4 years ago

Tradycyjny biały barszcz

Tradycyjny barszcz, jak u babci :) W ubiegłym roku zostaliśmy nim poczęstowani na Wielkanoc i tak nam smakował, że w tym roku postanowiłam podzielić się z Wami tym dobrym przepisem.Ugotowany na wywarze wołowym, z dodatkiem wędzonej i białej kiełbasy, zabielony śmietanką kremówką, … | Continue reading | 4 years ago

Here’s How Much Content Marketing Should Cost

Determining how much content marketing should cost can be difficult. Here are pointers on how to figure it out for your marketing department. | Continue reading | 4 years ago

Resident Evil celebrates its 20th anniversary today

The Resident Evil series turns 20 years old today. Capcom's survival horror franchise began with the Japanese launch of Resident Evil for PlayStation on 22n… | Continue reading | 4 years ago

World- und Balkan-Beats im Salzburger JAZZIT

Weltmusik Artikel/Berichte url_part_01:  Weltmusik url_part_02:  Artikel/Berichte Ein Abend im Zeichen mitreiße … | Continue reading | 4 years ago

Feuer-Domino: 6.000 Streichhölzer entflammen sich (Video)

YouTuber HTD frönt dem Pyromanen-Hobby Streichholz-Domino und lässt uns an den prickelnden Höhepunkten teilhaben, sprich: Wenn seine Arrangements aus Tausenden von Zündhölzchen in Flammen aufgehen. Was dann etwa im Fall des... | Continue reading | 4 years ago

How To Avoid Working with Lousy Event Vendors

It’s the event manager’s job to ensure every vendor contracted for an event is capable to get the job done – not only complete the job, but most importantly to get it done on time, within budget and have a backup plan in case issues arise. Here’s how to find the best vendors in t … | Continue reading | 4 years ago

Dear employers: Live video has changed the workplace forever, and you’re not adapting

Live video, live streaming, and video messaging solutions — from Snapchat to Periscope, Facebook Messenger to Kik — are changing how the “digital native” generation views the workplace. And frankly, they’re sick of your inability to adapt. That’s the key finding in a report relea … | Continue reading | 4 years ago

Content Writing from a Creative Writer’s Perspective

Creative writers don’t always get to write. We pursue our passion with our hearts in our throats, hoping we can defend our decision wh[..] | Continue reading | 4 years ago

MARIBOR – synergy of science, culture and sport

The post MARIBOR – synergy of science, culture and sport appeared first on KONGRES – Europe Meetings Industry Magazine. | Continue reading | 4 years ago

Google is in the 'early stages' of expanding internet access in Cuba

Google this week announced that it is working to bring high-speed internet to Cuba, one of the world's least-connected countries. In a blog post published Monday, the company said it is bringing Chromebooks, Cardboard virtual reality kits, and other Google products to the Museo O … | Continue reading | 4 years ago