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4 Reasons to Get Your Website Ready for Cyber Monday
November 26, 2014

Cyber Monday will be here before you know it! During Thanksgiving dinner this year, turkey shouldn’t be your only concern.  There are a few things to think about regarding your website’s functionality and how you will kick off the holiday shopping season with your customers. 1.) Customers will be shopping for everything from electronics and…

5 Cool Facts about the Apple iPhone 6
September 10, 2014

The tech world is buzzing this week about Apple’s iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and Apple Watch announcement. The new iPhones will be on the market Sept. 19 and available for pre-order Sept. 12, while the much-anticipated Apple Watch is expected in early 2015, when it will certainly make its mark on the burgeoning wearable…

Starbucks and Twitter Test Tweet-a-Coffee Program
November 01, 2013

Starbucks has now made it possible to treat a friend to some coffee using Twitter, the company recently announced. Or should we say, “Tweet” a friend to some coffee? How Does It Work? The Tweet-a-Coffee program allows users to gift a $5 Starbucks card to their friends on Twitter by connecting their Starbucks and Twitter…

Google Voice Search Lets You Speak Your Search Terms
October 10, 2013

Siri taught a generation of iPhone users how convenient voice-commanded search could be — thousands of people use the handy personal assistant application despite frequently frustrating results and occasionally outrageous answers to queries. Not to be outdone, Google has created Voice Search, a voice-driven feature available with a level of speed, accuracy and usefulness that…

‘Smart’ Street Sign Uses Social Media to Direct Passersby
August 23, 2013

A new high-tech street sign developed by a New York-based creative agency is designed to do more than provide static wayfinding — it’s designed to be dynamic and interactive. This sign, which is called Points, features three digital arms that can rotate 360 degrees in the direction of popular destinations, events and more based on…

Locket Android App Pays People to Look at Ads
July 26, 2013

How do you get more consumers to look at ads on their smartphones? Simple — you pay them. That’s the concept behind Locket, a new Android app that causes ads to appear on a smartphone user’s lock screen. It works like this — when you see the ad on your lock screen, you have the…

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