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Facebook Launches Its Location Features [LIVE] Facebook Places is almost here, and we're about to find out just what geolocation concoction Facebook has been cooking up for the last few months. We're here live at Facebook's headquarters in Palo Alto, California, for a press event. The world's largest social network is expected to unveil its new geolocation features, dubbed by most "Facebook Places." How will Facebook handle geolocation? What will it do to protect user privacy? Will it integrate other checkin services?
OneRiot.com – Realtime Search for the Realtime Web A few weeks ago, a small team from @WalmartLabs visited the offices of OneRiot in beautiful Boulder, Colorado. OneRiot has developed some pretty nifty technology that analyzes social media signals from popular networks like Twitter and Facebook to deliver ads that are relevant to consumers’ interests. As our teams debated the finer points of Big Data, Fast Data, and machine learning technologies, it became clear to us that we could find no better colleagues than the guys at OneRiot. Market Research Guide Research Primer What's market research? And why must you do it?
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IPhones, iPads to Gain NFC Payment Features (Bloomberg) — Apple Inc. plans to introduce services that would let customers use its iPhone and iPad computer to make purchases, said Richard Doherty, director of consulting firm Envisioneering Group. The services are based on "Near-Field Communication," a technology that can beam and receive information at a distance of up to 4 inches, due to be embedded in the next iteration of the iPhone for AT&T Inc. and the iPad 2, Doherty said. Both products are likely to be introduced this year, he said, citing engineers who are working on hardware for the Apple project. Blog 46 Flares101233--×46 Flares Click here to listen to the audio version of this post, Episode 37 of Kate’s Take. A few months ago I was sitting at my desk, clacking away on my Mac.
How to Use Game Mechanics to Reward Your Customers There's a green card. Then there's silver, gold, and platinum. And then there's the Centurion—the black American Express card. Which do you want in your wallet? A handful of luxury brands have for decades used promises of status to encourage customers to spend more through loyalty to their brands. Today, brands of all stripes are experimenting with the psychology of status and power in rewarding customers. The ‘Happiness’ StartUp Part Deux. Rules to Live By. Last November, I wrote one of my favorite blog posts, the original “Happiness StartUp: Rules To Live By.” It’s still something I read at least twice a month to remind myself of why we do the things we do, why it’s important to struggle, and why to never make your memories, greater than your dreams. You’re going to go through tough times, that’s life. But, nothing happens to you, it happens for you. See the positive in negative events.