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Digital survival: The transformation imperative

Many discussions of digital transformation focus on marketing metrics such as page views, clicks, and even mentions in the press. Although marketing is important, this limited and unsophisticated view ignores underlying issues such as improving business speed, agility, and responsiveness to customers. Only by rethinking business models can we meaningfully gain benefit from digital transformation in departments across the company… Read more →

Huawei Tripod Selfie Stick: $20 accessory that’s useful for creative pictures and video conferences

At first I ignored the offer to check out the Huawei Tripod Selfie Stick since I rarely capture front-facing photos, unless I am traveling and want to share some of my experiences with my family. However, after seeing that this $20 accessory functions as a tripod with an aluminum arm I decided to try it out. Huawei Mate 9 review:… Read more →

Google’s head of Pixel smartphone division leaves after six months

(Image: File photo) David Foster, VP of hardware product development at Google, has left the company six months after Google recruited him from Amazon. Foster was charged with leading development of Google’s Pixel smartphone and Home speaker. He joined Google in the days surrounding the launch of the Pixel and Pixel XL in October 2016. Amidst a bigger hardware push… Read more →

Google’s head of Pixel smartphone division leaves after six months

(Image: File photo) David Foster, VP of hardware product development at Google, has left the company six months after Google recruited him from Amazon. Foster was charged with leading development of Google’s Pixel smartphone and Home speaker. He joined Google in the days surrounding the launch of the Pixel and Pixel XL in October 2016. Amidst a bigger hardware push… Read more →

Google’s head of Pixel smartphone division leaves after six months

(Image: File photo) David Foster, VP of hardware product development at Google, has left the company six months after Google recruited him from Amazon. Foster was charged with leading development of Google’s Pixel smartphone and Home speaker. He joined Google in the days surrounding the launch of the Pixel and Pixel XL in October 2016. Amidst a bigger hardware push… Read more →

Google’s head of Pixel smartphone division leaves after six months

(Image: File photo) David Foster, VP of hardware product development at Google, has left the company six months after Google recruited him from Amazon. Foster was charged with leading development of Google’s Pixel smartphone and Home speaker. He joined Google in the days surrounding the launch of the Pixel and Pixel XL in October 2016. Amidst a bigger hardware push… Read more →

Elon Musk releases teaser image of Tesla semi truck

Tesla CEO Elon Musk teased a semi truck from the company, said to be due out in September. Elon Musk on Friday released the first teaser image of Tesla’s all-electric semi truck, as the company looks to add past its growing consumer vehicle fleet. Read this Tesla Model S: The finest coal-powered car money can buy Web cartoonist Matthew Inman… Read more →

The death of the smartphone is further away than you think. And there is no ‘Next Big Thing’

Ben Wilson from Pacific Crest thinks it’s unlikely that a new device will replace the smartphone for most purposes. Instead, it will be supplemented by AI-based services such as Amazon’s Alexa. The smartphone is just another iteration of the everyday experience that computers have been getting smaller and smaller for the past 60 years. We’ve already moved from mainframes, minicomputers,… Read more →

Today’s customer experience mandate: Avoid ’50 first dates’

The news these days continues to be filled with reports that traditional stores are at last being sustainably displaced by fast growing online competitors. Startups in online shopping, media, travel, financial services, sharing economy, and finally even healthcare, have either invented popular new high-growth digital categories or are in the midst of successfully re-imagining the old ones in digital native… Read more →

Today’s customer experience mandate: Avoid ’50 first dates’

The news these days continues to be filled with reports that traditional stores are at last being sustainably displaced by fast growing online competitors. Startups in online shopping, media, travel, financial services, sharing economy, and finally even healthcare, have either invented popular new high-growth digital categories or are in the midst of successfully re-imagining the old ones in digital native… Read more →

Get Into the Drone Game With These Entry Level Options

Drones are one of the latest gadgets that modern geek culture has sort of glommed onto. And what’s not to like? They’re basically the ultimate RC, and we’ve been tinkering for those for… as far as I can remember, at least. But! With the sudden burst in popularity, there’s been a glut of models with tons of different features. Some… Read more →

Hands-on with the UAG Plasma, Pathfinder, and Monarch for the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus

Mobility Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus case roundup: Speck, Tech21, and Caseology Source Article from http://www.zdnet.com/pictures/hands-on-with-the-uag-plasma-pathfinder-and-monarch-for-the-samsung-galaxy-s8-plus/#ftag=RSSbaffb68Hands-on with the UAG Plasma, Pathfinder, and Monarch for the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plushttp://www.zdnet.com/pictures/hands-on-with-the-uag-plasma-pathfinder-and-monarch-for-the-samsung-galaxy-s8-plus/#ftag=RSSbaffb68http://www.zdnet.com/blog/rss.xmlLatest blogs for ZDNetLatest blogs for ZDNethttp://zdnet1.cbsistatic.com/fly/bundles/zdnetcore/images/logos/zdnet-144×144.png