Tuesday, May 29, 2018

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CRYPTOBRIDGE DEVELOPMENT UPDATE 5/28/2018 – CryptoBridge – Medium

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medium.com - This is the first of our bi-weekly development updates that will track and report on our progress toward our road map milestones. Refactored market maker payouts — COMPLETED We refactored our market …

Irrelevance, Excruciating Painful Decline & Death - CXO Transform

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cxo-transform.com - Amazon’s Jeff Bezos constantly reminds his people of the biggest enemy being irrelevance, then excruciating, painful decline and death. So when the CEO of one of the world’s fastest growing, disrupti…

How to review your life’s Amazon buying history—and what we learned from our own

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arstechnica.com - Ahead of the United States' Memorial Day weekend, Ars staffers were milling about the virtual water cooler when someone happened upon some intriguing data: their personal Amazon shopping history. Thi…

Dealmaster: Memorial Day sales on TVs, laptops, and more are underway [Updated]

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arstechnica.com - Update (5/28/2018 1:45 PM ET): We've made one last sweep through our deals list and included new discounts on LG OLED TVs, Tile Bluetooth trackers, Dell monitors, and more. We've also removed a few e…

Snapchat launches Spectacles V2, camera glasses you’ll actually wear

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techcrunch.com - Photos, not just video. No yellow ring alerting people to the camera. Underwater-capable. Classier colors with lighter lenses. Prescription options. Faster syncing. And a much slimmer frame and charg…

Comcast bug made it shockingly easy to steal customers’ Wi-Fi passwords

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arstechnica.com - A security hole in a Comcast service-activation website allowed anyone to obtain a customer's Wi-Fi network name and password by entering the customer's account number and a partial street address, Z…

These clever students have turned the Camaro into a hybrid sports car

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arstechnica.com - The final event of the competition was held at Auto Club Raceway in California. Georgia Tech's hybrid entrant on day two at the General Motors Desert Proving Ground. Team members from Mississippi Sta…

Op-ed: Game companies need to cut the crap—loot boxes are obviously gambling

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arstechnica.com - Game companies now lean heavily on loot boxes to monetize their products. Legislators around the world are threatening to impose regulations on the boxes, claiming that they're gambling. Industry gro…

HP Spectre 15 x360 2018 review: Made better by standard 4K, great battery life

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arstechnica.com - A 15-inch laptop will rarely top anyone's list of the most comfortably portable PCs out there. However, portability is just one benefit that laptops and convertibles have. Last year, HP introduced it…

Browser Extensions I Actually Use - Media Temple

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mediatemple.net - I’m a web developer and blogger. These are the browser extensions that I actually use right now. It’s an ever-changing set, and I’m never afraid to try new ones, but I’m also fairly picky and uninsta…

Be cautious, free VPNs are selling your data to 3rd parties

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thenextweb.com - It isn’t unusual to find companies using deceptive practices when trying to market and grow their brands. One niche where this is very rife is in the VPN industry. It was recently revealed that contr…

EU law makers are thinking of letting people sue robots

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www.fanaticalfuturist.com - WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF As automation, in the form of autonomous hardware and software based robots, becomes more commonplace, law makers are debating who should be responsible for their actions. I…

ZTE gets second chance via White House, needs to clean up its act

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androidcommunity.com - It was a travesty that US consumers won’t get to enjoy what the new Huawei flagships bring to the table – especially the chart-topping triple camera setup of the Huawei P20 Pro. All this because of s…

Loyalty360 Reads: May 10th, 2018

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www.loyalty360.org - The latest news in the world of customer experience and customer loyalty. Flybuys, eBay Partnership Yields Massive Opportunities for Australians Flybuys, Australia’s most popular loyalty program, h…

Under New Leadership, Microsoft To-Do is Getting new Features in June - Thurrott.com

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www.thurrott.com - For some time, it looked like Microsoft’s To-Do was an idle duck in the productivity pond. But a few months back, there was renewed signs of hope as the application slowly started receiving new featu…

Marketers Need to Use Behavioral Data Responsibly to Really Connect With Consumers

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www.adweek.com - Consumer control over content and marketing has disrupted established channels. I feel for marketers, not only because they are my clients and lifeblood, but because they are under siege in more ways…

Google My Business Q&A: What you may be missing - Search Engine Land

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searchengineland.com - Google has been releasing more and more features on Google My Business (GMB). Additions like posts, photos, videos, booking, business descriptions, reviews and more make optimizing your Google My Bus…

How to expand your marketing reach with Yahoo Gemini

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searchenginewatch.com - When most marketers think of Yahoo, they think of low volume and little impact to overall scale. However, Yahoo Gemini is not only search, but it taps into native advertising also. Yahoo is one of th…

JMH Marketing Group - San Diego, CA

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www.thumbtack.com - JMH Marketing Group specializes in all aspects of Digital and Social Media Marketing including Instagram, LinkedIn, Blogs, Video Marketing, Twitter, Facebook, SEO, Local Search and Lead Generation. L…

YouTube’s New Premium Music Service: Is It Worth It?

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variety.com - On Tuesday, YouTube began rolling out early access to its revamped music streaming platform, YouTube Music, which will cost users $9.99 a month for the premium tier. As an avid music consumer, the co…

Memorial Day Stilled Viewed as One of the Most Important Holidays | People's Pundit Daily

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www.peoplespunditdaily.com - While it’s down from an all-time high of 49% last year, 46% of Americans still view Memorial Day as one of the most important holidays to celebrate. Forty-four percent (44%) say it’s somewhere in bet…

Everything you knew about Chromebooks is wrong

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www.computerworld.com - Google’s slow, limited, browser-only, cloud-centric laptop platform is now the most powerful and capable user platform on the planet. Apple fans laugh at this idea, saying that a MacBook Pro can run …

How to Retarget on Facebook and Instagram With Dynamic Product Ads : Social Media Examiner

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www.socialmediaexaminer.com - Want to retarget website visitors with ads for products they viewed but didn’t purchase? Wondering how to set up dynamic product ads for Facebook and Instagram? In this article, you’ll discover how t…

Time Well Spent, Class Craft, and Blizzard: Gamification Examples April 17-21

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yukaichou.com - Based on the framework by Yu-kai Chou. Written by Erik van Mechelen. Feedback from Octalysis Prime community members. Every day in Octalysis Prime, I share a game or gamification example that has cap…

How to Inject Social Influence and Relatedness in Your Life: Part 5 of 8 in Lifestyle Gamification Examples

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yukaichou.com - This series is written by Erik van Mechelen, based on the Octalysis framework designed by Yu-kai Chou. How to live is a question that’s been debated through the ages. Our world is changing. We’re cha…

CTIMES News - Smartphone Display with Notch Design Estimated to Cost About 20% More, IHS Markit Says

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en.ctimes.com.tw - LG Display Retains Its Lead in the Large Displays Shipments in Q1 2018, IHS Markit Says Despite the low seasonality factor and brands turning their focus away from volume growth, the demand for large…

Police trial AI software to help process mobile phone evidence

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www.theguardian.com - Artificial intelligence software capable of interpreting images, matching faces and analysing patterns of communication is being piloted by UK police forces to speed up examination of mobile phones s…

Take the Sting Out of Constructive Criticism With These Helpful Tips

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www.entrepreneur.com - We've all received criticism once in our lives -- and perhaps we've also struggled with how to react to these comments. According to Entrepreneur Network partner Brian Tracy, taking criticism can be …

How ERP solutions could address problems of small businesses

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www.erpnews.com - In today’s globalised world, Small and medium-sized enterprises in manufacturing are grappling with many challenges to remain competitive and relevant. With limited time, resources, skills and budget…

Don’t Acquire a Company Before You’ve Asked These Questions

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hbr.org - Large companies in industries ranging from retail, to aerospace, to financial services are buying talent and technology to develop new digital capabilities and reinvent themselves quickly. But they w…

Edgewater Fullscope Announces GDPR Management Solution Release

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www.erpnews.com - Edgewater Fullscope, a leading provider of Microsoft Dynamics 365 (formerly Dynamics AX and CRM), a modern technology platform, has released the GDPR Management Solution for Microsoft Dynamics 365 fo…

This Media Startup Is Beating the Competition With a Newsroom Run by Robots

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www.bloomberg.com - On Feb. 13 last year, the half-brother of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un was killed in an airport in Malaysia, in what the U.S. Department of State concluded was an assassination using a nerve age…

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