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ARM introduces 64-bit processors for phones, tablets and servers - PCWorld

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ZDNetARM introduces 64-bit processors for phones, tablets and serversPCWorldARM on Tuesday introduced its first 64-bit Cortex-A50 series processor designs as the company tries to preserve its dominance in smartphones and tablets while catching up...
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THE SOCIAL-COMMERCE REPORT: Social Networks Are Driving More Online Sales And Influencing Offline Purchases

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New efforts from Facebook and Twitter should help drive up social commerce conversion rates.

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Wearables in business: Five companies getting real work done | ZDNet

Wearables in business: Five companies getting real work done | ZDNet | Movin' Ahead | Scoop.it
Wearables are still trying to win over consumers, but they have made strides in the enterprise. Here are five companies using wearables to add value to their business.

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Infographic: How Millennials Are Shaping The Future of Food

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Millenials are consuming food content on the web at an unprecedented rate. This infographic from Fullscreen breaks down a few amazing facts behind this trend.

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The Young Have the Most Fun with Mobile Video - eMarketer

The Young Have the Most Fun with Mobile Video - eMarketer | Movin' Ahead | Scoop.it
As tablet and smartphone adoption grow, video viewing is increasingly occurring via mobile platforms. According to a new eMarketer report, tablet and smartphone video viewers tend to be young. This is a signal that content owners who cater to millennials and young adults should prioritize their mobile video programming, if they haven't already done so.

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Jeff Anderson | GSN's curator insight, August 19, 3:02 PM

A February 2014 Rhythm NewMedia study on demographic trends in mobile video reached the following conclusions about millennials:


  • Nearly nine in 10 (89.6%) millennials watched smartphone video, and 76.8% viewed tablet video; those percentages were higher than for any other demographic group in the study.
  • Millennials watched more short-form content, entertainment news and user-generated content on smartphones than average.
  • Around four in five (77%) millennials viewed mobile video ads in exchange for free premium content; that figure was higher than for any other age group.


For content owners, these trends represent an opportunity to engage with hard-to-reach audiences.

David Collet's curator insight, August 19, 8:41 PM

This is for youth entrepreneurs. It also follows up on a post I made yesterday with a comment about education. The future will see much more marketing being done through You Tube or whatever the flavour of the day is. And the format is dramatically different. Attention spans are much shorter. Interests are much more varied.

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Unintentional study: Facebook blackout causes a big dip in news readership

Unintentional study: Facebook blackout causes a big dip in news readership | Movin' Ahead | Scoop.it
Fun fact: When Facebook goes down, much of the Internet industry suffers along with it.

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Should you re-publish your content to other blogs, Medium or LinkedIn blog? A data-driven answer

Should you re-publish your content to other blogs, Medium or LinkedIn blog? A data-driven answer | Movin' Ahead | Scoop.it

One of the Lean Content best practices we’ve seen several speakers at our meetups recommend is to leverage existing audiences on top of your own to increase the reach and the impact of your content. While your blog may or may not yet have a strong audience, there’s always more people to reach. By placing your content on publishing platforms which offer interesting discovery mechanisms or having blogs that are read in your industry re-publish it, you could in theory multiply your own reach by not doing much more.


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Guillaume Decugis's curator insight, July 21, 5:04 PM

There are of course some Pros and Cons to do that and we also wanted to measure how valuable such a strategy could be. While there's certainly an impact and we confirmed re-publishing to be an awesome lean content strategy, our conclusion is more nuanced: depending on your content strategy objectives, you might want to embrace this strategy 100% or consider alternatives. 


Here's why.

Ken Schneider's curator insight, July 22, 1:18 PM

 I love data! Math applied to Social Media posts - even better!

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'Kickstarter Journalism' and Brand Journalism | SixEstate

'Kickstarter Journalism' and Brand Journalism | SixEstate | Movin' Ahead | Scoop.it

Crowdfunded journalism is moving mainstream. A crowd-sourced journalistic future may have several positive ramifications for brand journalism.


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New technology aims to rid World Cup of 'ghost goals' - CNN International

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CNN International New technology aims to rid World Cup of 'ghost goals' CNN International (CNN) -- In 1966, British soccer legend Geoff Hurst booted a right-foot shot against Germany in the World Cup championship game.
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World Cup 2014: United States and Mexico Will Travel the Farthest, Spain Will ... - The Big Lead

World Cup 2014: United States and Mexico Will Travel the Farthest, Spain Will ... - The Big Lead | Movin' Ahead | Scoop.it
SFGate World Cup 2014: United States and Mexico Will Travel the Farthest, Spain Will ... The Big Lead The 2014 World Cup will result in the greatest collective travel and climate demands on the participants since the United States hosted in 1994.
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Arduino Netduino: Bluetooth test findings - Secret Microsoft ...

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Bluetooth communication between Arduino and Windows 8.1. And got it to work! Yippee! Not getting this to work has really stressed me out. But here are my findings about using the JY-MCU with the HC-06 Firmware (I have ...

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What’s Different About Intel?

What’s Different About Intel? | Movin' Ahead | Scoop.it
Conscious that consumers are spending more time on mobile devices, Intel is responding with a very subtle change to its corporate communications – tweaking its font.
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65 days to go - FIFA.com

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FIFA.com is counting down to the FIFA World Cup with a corresponding trivia fact on every one of the final 100 days. We continue with a look at Romario’s short-lived involvement in Italy 1990.
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Everything Upworthy Can Teach Journalists - 10,000 Words

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Everything Upworthy Can Teach Journalists


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iOS 8: How 5 news orgs have updated their apps for Apple’s new operating system

iOS 8: How 5 news orgs have updated their apps for Apple’s new operating system | Movin' Ahead | Scoop.it

As iPhone users frantically delete apps and photos from their phones to make space for the iOS 8 update, many news organizations are also taking advantage of Apple’s new mobile operating system to release new or updated apps that take advantage of...


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Tech Interns Create Smart Bike Helmet That Could Save Your Life

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Interns create a smart helmet loaded with sensors that work with your smartphone to collect crash data and even call for help in the event of an emergency.

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Intel Free Press's curator insight, August 29, 11:35 AM

Interns at Oregon State University and Intel produce smart helmet prototype with potentially life-saving features. #safety #wearables

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Snapchat Is Now The #3 Social App Among Millennials

Snapchat Is Now The #3 Social App Among Millennials | Movin' Ahead | Scoop.it

Snapchat is now the third most popular social app among millennials, according to a recent report by comScore, which finds that Snapchat has 32.9% penetration on these young users’ mobile phones, trailing only Instagram (43.1%) and Facebook (75.6%).

 

That means the app is more popular than Twitter, Pinterest, Vine, Google+ or Tumblr among the millennial demographic, which comScore defines as those between the ages of 18 and 34.


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The Majority Of The US Population Almost Never Unplugs From Gadgets

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How often do you unplug?

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The 2014 State of Digital Transformation

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Today, I’m proud to announce the release of Altimeter Group’s second report on Digital Transformation. This new report is aimed at executives and digital strategists to help them (you) further understand the state of digital transformation as you plan your next steps and investments.

 

In our initial report, “Digital Transformation: Why and How Companies are Investing in New Business Models to Lead Digital Customer Experiences (DCX),” we learned that digital transformation was as much about technology as it was about people. It was a much more human story, one that shared insights, advice and cautionary tales from those on the front lines.


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Vicki Kossoff @ The Learning Factor's curator insight, July 23, 6:19 AM

This new report is aimed at executives and digital strategists to help them further understand the state of digital transformation.

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How McDonald's invented brand journalism, and how brand journalism saved McDonald's

How McDonald's invented brand journalism, and how brand journalism saved McDonald's | Movin' Ahead | Scoop.it

In 2003 McDonald’s was a global corporation in decline. A brand that had built it’s reputation on the simple slogan that it was a happy place to be; which had democratised eating out, had forgotten what it was about.


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Kickstarter Launches Journalism-Focused Category

Kickstarter Launches Journalism-Focused Category | Movin' Ahead | Scoop.it

Today, Kickstarter announced that it will be giving journalism projects their very own space. So whether you want to fund a magazine or a reporting adventure, you have a place to do it.


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Andrea Pirlo Is Italy's World Cup Maestro - New York Times

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New York Times Andrea Pirlo Is Italy's World Cup Maestro New York Times The Italians refer to Pirlo as l'architetto or il professore — or simply Mozart. His compositions may now be more important than ever.
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Around the world, media outlets and journalists are using chat apps to spread the news

If you had followed BBC News India on WhatsApp on May 16, the day election results were announced after over a month of voting, you would have seen news updates in a variety of formats.


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Sunil Abraham: Facebook launches FB Newswire for journalists; loses part of its immunity under IT Act 2000 | Latest

Sunil Abraham: Facebook launches FB Newswire for journalists; loses part of its immunity under IT Act 2000 | Latest | Movin' Ahead | Scoop.it
That makes it legally responsible under the Information Technology Act (2000)", says Sunil Abraham, director of the Centre for Internet and Society (CIS). The move is also seen as Facebook attempting to reach out to journalists, and eat away into the space that Twitter has occupied in ...

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How technology, the Internet and the iPad are changing a magician's secret work - Deutsche Welle

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How technology, the Internet and the iPad are changing a magician's secret work Deutsche Welle How technology, the Internet and the iPad are changing a magician's secret work. Magicians and technologists are collaborating.
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Intel Leads With Conflict-Free Chips - Voice of America

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Voice of America Intel Leads With Conflict-Free Chips Voice of America Manufacture of modern electronic components, such as computers and smart phones, requires rare minerals found in some of the world's worst conflict areas.
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