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Nine gadgets that may soon be obsolete - ABC Action News

Nine gadgets that may soon be obsolete - ABC Action News | High Technology Marketing | Scoop.it
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Nine gadgets that may soon be obsolete
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Do you still watch movies on VHS tapes? That's just one device, according to a new report, that you no longer need in your home.
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Down to Business: Mobile Marketing

Down to Business: Mobile Marketing | High Technology Marketing | Scoop.it
This Saturday was the penultimate week of the Down to Business Digital Marketing Series, anchored by Digital Marketing Institute Co-Founder and Director, Anthony Quigley.

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10 Common Misunderstandings About Mobile Marketing

10 Common Misunderstandings About Mobile Marketing | High Technology Marketing | Scoop.it
As mobile devices account for more and more website traffic, ignoring the value of mobile marketing becomes a riskier proposition for any business seeking growth.

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Week in Tech: Take the iPhone 5s for a Speed Test - Inc.com

Week in Tech: Take the iPhone 5s for a Speed Test - Inc.com | High Technology Marketing | Scoop.it
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Each Monday, I cover the tech trends, gadgets, business services, and apps of note. The goal is to highlight not just consumer ...
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IBM uses Big Data to predict outbreaks of Dengue fever and Malaria

IBM uses Big Data to predict outbreaks of Dengue fever and Malaria | High Technology Marketing | Scoop.it

IBM has teamed up with university researchers to use big data and analytics to predict the outbreak of deadly diseases such as Dengue fever and Malaria.

The research is aimed at understanding the spread of diseases in real-time in order to better deploy public health resources to combat the spread of infectious diseases


But rather than just predicting the spread of a disease, the researchers are applying analytics from large data sets to see how changes in rainfall, temperature, and even soil acidity can dramatically affect the populations of wild animals and insects that carry the infectious diseases. They’re also merging that information with other data, like airport and highway traffic, to further understand outbreaks.


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Intel Developer Forum Highlights Mobile and Smartphone Innovations Tech News Gadgets

Intel Developer Forum Highlights Mobile and Smartphone Innovations Tech News Gadgets. Intel Corporation executives today outlined the company's plan to deliv...
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Learn With Google: 10 Mobile Marketing Tips from Googlers at ...

Learn With Google: 10 Mobile Marketing Tips from Googlers at ... | High Technology Marketing | Scoop.it
Four sessions presented by Googlers during SES San Francisco spanned advice and insight about mobile apps and analytics, navigating SEM in a constantly connected world, engagement in mobile display, and how to ...
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