Month: April 2013

IDC: PC Sales Decline Substantially

According to IDC, PC sales are in a tailspin with 76.3 million units sold in the first quarter of 2013.
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Hyperlapse Takes Street View to Next Level

The most fascinating demo I have seen today which seems to have no immediate use is Hyperlapse – a service
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SugarCon 2013 Kicks off this week in NYC

I am spending some time at the Sugar CRM SugarCon 2013 conference this week to learn about the trends in the
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Does Bezos’ Money Present an Objectivity Problem for Business Insider?

I am left wondering if there will be any perceived objectivity issues as a result of the $5M investment by
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Has the SEC killed the Press Release?

Has the SEC just signed the death warrant for the press release market? Possibly. Standard operating procedure today is to
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Windows 8 Relegated to Budget Status?

Microsoft seems to make an OS you HAVE to buy while Apple makes an OS you WANT to buy The
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Content Marketing: It Works for Obama and Your Company

How content marketing kept President Obama in office despite a challenging economy To the tens of millions of people who
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Chorus.im Reduces IM Islands with HTML5

With the billions of messages sent each year it is tough to come to the conclusion that messaging is broken
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Video: How Nanobots or Nanites Could Work

For Star Trek fans who have grown up seeing fictional nanites solving a variety of problems in the human body
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