The modern marketer has some impressive powers.
From the super speed with which they are able to respond to prospects to the telepathy they employ to know exactly what a consumer is thinking, modern marketers are more like superheroes than mere office dwellers. Continue reading
How Twitter can benefit scientists in terms of effects on publications, communication, and outreach. Continue reading
Wondering what are the Hot Technology Gadgets of 2013? Here is a list of some of the top products you will see coming out this year. Continue reading
Technology advances have prepped credit cards for easier use and tighter security. It’s now up to consumers to make the changes widespread.
It’s now possible to make a credit card purchase without ever taking the card out of your wallet. If you didn’t know that, then you’re not alone, which is why CreditDonkey put together this infographic introducing consumers to the next generation of “smart cards.” Continue reading
Facebook users have scanned with MyPermissions to find out what third party apps and websites have access to their information and just what permissions they have granted. We’ve created this infographic to show you what the truth is about the data that is collected and the access you’ve granted. Continue reading
Engadget Senior Associate Editor Michael Gorman talks about the U.S. sales of BlackBerry’s new Z10 smartphone. He speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Bloomberg’s Alex Sherman reports on Intel’s talks for rights to TV shows. He speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)
This infographic profiles the various methods of outsourcing. It provides statics and information on outsourcing, crowdsourcing, and prosourcing. Learn more about the evolution of hiring and the benefits of prosourcing. Continue reading
All of us know at least one person who sends long boring text messages; a couple that refuses to stop texting no matter who’s around; people who respond after ages with a “K”; then there are those that text you absolute gibberish because they’re “too cool for school”; and of course anger management cases that need to attach a curse word to everything they say. Continue reading
Baby boomers aren’t in the technological dark ages. They are adopting new technology at an extremely high rate and are 82 million strong. Continue reading