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quinta-feira, 29 de agosto de 2013

How would the Hyperloop actually work?









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Is Netflix killing cable television?





NEXT MONTH the Emmy’s, the American television awards, could label a show that never appeared on a television channel as the year’s best drama.



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Research Experiment Produces First Human Brain-to-Brain Interface





In more brain news, researchers from the University of Washington (UW) say they’ve created the first successful, non invasive brain-brain-interface. Don’t run screaming from your computer just yet, this a research project in a controlled lab.



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CMO Optimism At Four-Year High, But Proving Marketing’s...






CMO Optimism At Four-Year High, But Proving Marketing’s Value Remains Elusive

Christine Moorman, forbes.com


New results from The CMO Sur­vey offer encour­ag­ing pre­dic­tions about the future of mar­kets and doc­u­ment ongo­ing chal­lenges to mar­ket­ing excel­lence and lead­er­ship. The 410 top mar­keters sur­veyed in August report their high­est lev­e…





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CMO Optimism At Four-Year High, But Proving Marketing’s...






CMO Optimism At Four-Year High, But Proving Marketing’s Value Remains Elusive

Christine Moorman, forbes.com


New results from The CMO Sur­vey offer encour­ag­ing pre­dic­tions about the future of mar­kets and doc­u­ment ongo­ing chal­lenges to mar­ket­ing excel­lence and lead­er­ship. The 410 top mar­keters sur­veyed in August report their high­est lev­e…





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Landing Page Optimization: 6 common traits of a template that...






Landing Page Optimization: 6 common traits of a template that works

John Tackett, marketingexperiments.com


TweetWhat are some common characteristics successful people share in common?Is it having a natural curiosity fused with a creative wild spark?Or perhaps, it’s the end result of dialing into just the right mix of leadership and perseverance to see…





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5 Lessons Learned from 100,000 Usability Studies Phil Sharp,...






5 Lessons Learned from 100,000 Usability Studies

Phil Sharp, moz.com


Posted by Phil SharpThis post was originally in YouMoz, and was promoted to the main blog because it provides great value and interest to our community. The author’s views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of Moz, Inc.It…





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Mobile devices push m-commerce sales past $10B for the year

Mobile devices push m-commerce sales past $10B for the year:

mobilepaymentstoday.com


Mobile commerce spending exceeded $10 billion during the first half of 2013, up from $8.3 billion in the same period a year ago, according to new survey data from comScore. The company projects m …

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Shopify Enters Mobile POS Market with Shopify POS

Shopify Enters Mobile POS Market with Shopify POS:

Payments News Editor, paymentsnews.com


Shopify has announced Shopify POS, an iPad-based point of sale system it says is designed to let anybody easily sell in-store at physical POS in addition to online.Shopify POS marks a new frontier for Shopify as they branch out from helping people…





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Why Twitter’s new Conversations view is a big deal and why it...






Why Twitter’s new Conversations view is a big deal and why it matters for its IPO

Om Malik, gigaom.com


No one in Sil­i­con Val­ley has any doubt that San Francisco-based Twit­ter is on a road to a pub­lic offer­ing. Given its cur­rent val­u­a­tion — esti­mat­ed at around or over $10 bil­lion — and the amount of money it has raised ($1.35 bil­lion) …





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About Wall Street's Enthusiasm For 3D Printing

About Wall Street's Enthusiasm For 3D Printing:

Rakesh Sharma, forbes.com


Even before aver­age con­sumers warm up to the tech­nol­o­gy, 3D print­ing has already found enthu­si­asts on Wall Street. Stock prices for 3D Sys­tems and Strata­sys – the two publicly-traded 3D print­ing com­pa­nies – surged by five per­cent on…





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Loja virtual vende ideias de negócios que não foram para a...






Loja virtual vende ideias de negócios que não foram para a frente

Da Redação, globo.com


O SideProjectors.com vende ideias de negócios que não foram para frente (Foto: Reprodução)Alguns empreendedores não conseguem terminar a ideia que tentaram tirar do papel. Seja um aplicativo ou um site, muitos projetos podem parar no meio e ficar …





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Research Experiment Produces First Human Brain-To-Brain...






Research Experiment Produces First Human Brain-To-Brain Interface

Jennifer Hicks, forbes.com


In more brain news, researchers from the Uni­ver­si­ty of Wash­ing­ton (UW) say they’ve cre­at­ed the first suc­cess­ful, non inva­sive brain-to-brain-interface.


Don’t run scream­ing from your com­put­er just yet. This is a research project in a…





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Re: Twitter passa a agrupar conversas com uma linha azul muito bizarra

Re: Twitter passa a agrupar conversas com uma linha azul muito bizarra:

Carlos Cardoso, meiobit.com


Qual o preconceito?





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Facebook Moves Up In Mobile Ads But Google Still Rules Robert...






Facebook Moves Up In Mobile Ads But Google Still Rules

Robert Hof, forbes.com


It’s no secret by now that Face­book has man­aged to make a lot of money on ads shown on mobile devices. Today, we get a clos­er glimpse of just how much its mobile ad rev­enues are grow­ing.


Face­book’s rev­enues from ads shown on smart­phones …





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Amazon Has Yanked Its Kindle Listings From the Google Shopping...






Amazon Has Yanked Its Kindle Listings From the Google Shopping Search Engine

Jason Del Rey, allthingsd.com


When Google began requir­ing retail­ers in the fall to pay for place­ment in its Google Shop­ping prod­uct search engine, there was much spec­u­la­tion about whether Ama­zon would par­tic­i­pate.


As recent­ly as Decem­ber, Ama­zon was indeed…





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The seven-point plan to save Microsoft, as told by veterans who...






The seven-point plan to save Microsoft, as told by veterans who abandoned the company

Christopher Mims, qz.com


Yes­ter­day Quartz out­lined the rea­sons for Microsoft’s “lost decade.” But now that CEO Steve Ballmer is on his way out, it’s time to talk about the way for­ward.


The web is already full of expe­ri­enced Microsoft watch­ers’ opin­ions. Some of…





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3 Weird Steps To The Cloud (Beware The Obvious...






3 Weird Steps To The Cloud (Beware The Obvious Choice)

NetApp​Voice, forbes.com


Mov­ing to the cloud? Stop and think: When switch­ing busi­ness process­es to the cloud, it’s tempt­ing to sim­ply take your in-house lega­cy and move it, as-is. But is that the best plan?


David Amer­land sug­gests an unusu­al…





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