Think before you like. A well-populated Facebook page offers an open portal into your buying persona. Once an opportunistic marketer learns which books you read, which movies you like, and which types of food you prefer, it is game on.
Programmers and engineers dominate the founder space and often times those who aren't technical are left to the wayside without much thought of what they actually bring to the table.
I previously reviewed the Cannondale SuperX cyclocross bike and noted it was a potential category killer. Which is to say it excels at commuting, road riding, and dirt. In fact, the latter is its one weakness.
With 70 percent of U.S. light sockets still containing inefficient bulbs, the potential is huge for American consumers to find lighting options that save them energy, money and help protect the environment from climate change.
Friday was the eighth time I've unboxed a new iPhone. It was also the fourth time I've stood in line with other equally deranged Apple fans, and waited patiently for the next big thing. It was the first time I was disappointed, and the first time I was frustrated.
We are left with the uneasy probability that Hashtag culture is in #danger of #TrainingUsNotToUnderstandAnything unless it is #BrokenDownIntoThisMinimalWay of #Communicating Like The #GruntsOfAnApe.
Technology is advancing so quickly in the areas of video, augmented reality, artificial intelligence and predictive software, that it may be possible in the future to 'reconstruct Grandma,' to put together all the personal data we have.
By raising some of these important questions about data privacy, you will let them know that it's an issue that is a priority for you and should be for school administrators and teachers as well.
A survey in 2011 by the Pew Research Internet Project found that "the average cell phone user has 664 social ties," but a survey done the same year in Great Britain found that the average person had 152 mobile phone contacts.
In today's day and age, with technology at our fingertips (quite literally) there has been a bit of an invasion of our personal space and our privacy. Some of it is by our choosing, some of it not so much.
This is the iPhone 6 and iPhone6 Plus video that may shed some light on our obsession with our smartphones. We live in a society that is dominated by information technology, but have we embraced this way of life a little bit too much?
It comes down to good old Teach Marketing -- "teach" your customers what they want, and then give them just what you taught them.
Most customers won't download a brand's app. Why? Three phenomena are in play.
In 25 years, we've gained choices but we may have lost our confidence we're making good ones. Happy birthday, Internet.