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Nike most recent bid to enter into the crowded field of wearable fitness technologies is its Nike FuelBand , a rubber wristband that tracks user movement and links that data back to an iPhone application for real-time performance readouts.
The prolific angel investor has rarely met an Internet startup he didn't like. When it comes to picking the next big thing, there's a right way and a wrong way. And then there's the Conway.
A very good event this morning at London Social Media Week run by digital agency Beyond on the Future of Sharing. It presented research that is perfectly distilled here into a very decent infographic.
A fascinating thing about Twitter is the way in which a single tweet or topic can get forwarded, multiplied, and spread across the whole twittersphere within minutes. Looking only at the list of text messages that is your Twitter timeline, you don't get a feel for the development of these discussions in their entirety. You can't tell the overall vibe. We made #tweetscapes to let you experience Twitter through your senses instead of your brain.
31 January 2012 11:26 GMT / By Paul Lamkin If any further proof was needed that Research in Motion is losing its grip on the professional market and aiming its handsets squarely at the "yoofs" then surely the launch of The Bold Team is it. A bunch of cartoon superheroes, The Naff Team, sorry - The Bold Team - are "bravely stepping out of 2011 and into 2012 filled with unlimited possibilities".
Facebook bought the no-revenue, 12-employee, 15-month-old Instagram for $1B yesterday.
Edeka pitcht, das ist schon Ende des vergangenen Jahres durchgesickert.
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How can a business of any size stand out and profit in an @anywhere world? It’s all about currency. Brand Social Currency , that is.
It’s that most wonderful time of the year … time to predict the future as we close out the year!
Using Dell Computers as a case study in talks and discussions about social media marketing almost begs for eye-rolls from the audience these days. Whether it’s the telling of the Dell Hell blogger responsiveness that got the company into social in the first place; IdeaStorm , which revolutionized corporate research and development; or the @DellOutlet Twitter account that smacked the social media purists who claimed you can’t sell using social media right across the face with $6.5 million in 18 months, we talk about Dell a lot. While everyone is constantly on the lookout for new case studies and examples of how companies are leveraging social media to be successful, Dell keeps popping up.
After the huge financial crash Iceland suffered back in 2008, they have bounced back into the headlines with a world first - crowdsourcing their new constitution across social media channels.
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Peter Thiel is a grump, but a special kind of grump.
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