This week an explaination about what the difference is between ubiquitous computing and augmented reality, boomers slowly moving to the mobile web, should IT run like a business or a nonprofit and the next generation user interface: skinput.
- Socializing with the Fortune 500
A longitudinal study from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Center for Marketing Research shows steady uptake of social media marketing activities by Fortune 500 companies, with Twitter a clear winner.
- 5 Reasons Why Chatroulette Is Addictive, and Worth a Try
Everyone from the mainstream media to celebrities is obsessing over Chatroulette, the website that randomly connects users through one-on-one videochat with strangers around the world. Why is it so addictive?
- Feature checklist dysfunction
The tech press loves checklist comparisons. Let’s evaluate the iPhone to see whether it’s a good product:
- Defining ubiquitous computing vs. augmented reality
What’s the difference between Ubiquitous Computing (“ubicomp”) and Augmented Reality (“AR”)?
- Boomers Slowly Warm to Mobile Web
Baby boomers are on the verge of adopting smartphones and the mobile Internet, and in the vanguard of this movement are younger boomers.
- 8 Things Your Phone Will (Probably) Replace
- The Strategy Trap: Why focusing too much on strategy could be killing your ability to execute
- Forget Touchscreens, The Future’s Going To Be Skinput
- Should IT run “like a business” or “like a non-profit?
- 7 Social Media Behaviors That Won’t Win You Customers
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