Guest The news about Amazon’s “Dash” is a bold statement of omni-channel commerce – literally – creating commerce channels out of everyday objects like a magnet you stick on your fridge or washing machine.
Gamify.WS is a RESTful web service allowing developers to gamify anything and everything. Gamification is the application of game mechanics to non-game contexts. Gamify.WS can be used to engage users, reward user motivation, and build loyal communities. The API can be used to manage users, actions, rewards, events, leaderboards, and much more.
Want to snap selfies on a moment's notice without fussing with your smartphone? CNET's Sumi Das takes a look at the Nixie wristworn drone camera and other finalists from Intel's "Make It Wearable" challenge.
Americans may have a Florida drug dealer to thank for expanding our right to privacy. Police departments around the country have been collecting phone metadata from telecoms and using a sophisticated spy tool to track people through their mobile phones—often without obtaining a warrant. But a new ruling out of Florida has curbed the activity…
In its most recent quarterly earnings, Adobe Systems Incorporated reported $290 million in revenue for its Marketing Cloud, "with strong bookings growth." Based on the report. digital marketing services represent about 25% of Adobe's revenu...
Until developers of wearable devices get the user experience down pat, the technology will struggle to gain adoption. Steve McPhilliamy The Near&Dear wearable device allows remote monitoring by caregivers.
Oren Michels isn't a preschool teacher, but his job is to make things play nice together. Specifically, your connected devices. And with Mashery, the company he co-founded, now owned by Intel, the era of the smart doorbell is right around the corner.
Tom Ryan wanted to build something that could identify criminal behavior inside massive mobile networks, stock trading services, ecommerce sites, and other online operations. So he turned to a pair of familiar names for help: Facebook and the NSA. He didn’t exactly knock on Facebook’s front door—let alone the NSA’s. But he did adopt a…
Douglas Lee Miller's insight:
Interesting addition to our discussion on the tools surrounding privacy for #dpuism225
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