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September 9, 2014

Innovative Wearable Devices You Might have Missed

Unless you were hiding in your apocalypse-prepper bomb shelter checking the expiration dates on the MREs you stashed down there half a decade ago, you probably noticed that Apple debuted their new wearable device today - the Apple Watch. (Don't you dare call it the iWatch!) While wearable devices are not exactly a new idea, it's still a very new segment in the market designed to satiate our voracity for smart technology. In traditional Apple style, while they may not have been the first to market, they certainly set the bar way over the heads of just about every other wearable device manufacturer that rushed to exchange hardware for dollars.

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August 25, 2014

iOS Proximity Apps – Can These Location-Enabled Networking Tools Boost Sales?

Have you ever left a conference only to find out later you missed a highly profitable networking opportunity? Or found yourself wandering aimlessly at a social media networking event wondering whether any of your 'tweeps' were in attendance? Thanks to the growing number of proximity-based apps, you can now discover exactly who is in your vicinity so you can introduce yourself and your company. Check out the following five must-have iOS proximity apps for networking. You just might find a business-building tool that will increase your company's profitability.

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Industry News


  • Brita Built a City out of Sugar Cubes to Show You What a Lifetime of Soda Looks Like
    In the past, water filter brand Brita has targeted plastic bottles as public enemy No. 1, but now it has its sights on a new foe: Soda. A new spot created by DDB California uses towering piles of sugar cubes to show the impact of drinking one sugary… ... read more
    Source: Adweek Adfreak Published on 2014-10-22
  • What Is Snoop Dogg Going to Do With Reddit?
    In early October, it was revealed that Snoop Dogg—alongside other investors such as Andreessen Horowitz, Sequoia Capital, Peter Thiel, Ron Conway and Jared Leto—purchased a portion of Reddit through a $50 million funding round. Reddit told the Financial Times it plans to use the money to increase its staff, mobile… ... read more
    Source: Adweek Technology Published on 2014-10-22
  • Holy Crap, Someone Is Actually Making a Working Hoverboard for Real This Time
    Marty McFly and Tony Hawk both drove demand for hoverboards—but alas, supply has been nonexistent, as both of them had to rely on camera trickery and special effects.  But now, finally, we're getting a glimpse of the first prototype of a functioning hoverboard. Hendo is the company producing… ... read more
    Source: Adweek Adfreak Published on 2014-10-22