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Digital Devices Drive New TV Viewing Habits | NetNewsCheck.com

Digital Devices Drive New TV Viewing Habits | NetNewsCheck.com | TechnoScoop | Scoop.it
In Connected Life, a study of more than 55,000 internet users worldwide, TNS found that almost half of people (48%) who watch TV in the evening simultaneously engage in other digital activities, such as using social media, checking their emails or shopping online. The survey found ownership of about four digital devices each, rising to five among Australian, German and U.K. respondents. This, combined with demand for TV and video content on-the-go, is fuelling the rise of multiscreening or ‘screen-stacking’ – the use of multiple digital devices at the same time.
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Digitimes claims next iPad mini to have higher-res display, next 9.7-inch iPad to be lighter

Digitimes claims next iPad mini to have higher-res display, next 9.7-inch iPad to be lighter | TechnoScoop | Scoop.it
According to Digitimes, Apple’s next-generation iPad mini’s enhancements will center around the device’s display resolution. Digitimes says its sources did not specify whether or ...
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What the Web Could Learn From Dawn of TV | Special: Digital Content Guide - Advertising Age

What the Web Could Learn From Dawn of TV | Special: Digital Content Guide - Advertising Age | TechnoScoop | Scoop.it
the single-sponsor model takes a lot of the risk out of the equation for content producers, but it also intrinsically limits the upside, as tv found decades ago.
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On online learning site Udemy, quarter of approved teachers earn $10k or more

On online learning site Udemy, quarter of approved teachers earn $10k or more | TechnoScoop | Scoop.it
San Francisco-based online learning startup Udemy says that a quarter of its approved instructors will finish the year with more than $10,000 from sales of their self-created courses on subjects ranging from web development and entrepreneurship to...
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MediaPost Publications Out-Of-The Box Fuels Over-The-Top, Broadband Vies With TV 11/28/2012

MediaPost Publications Out-Of-The Box Fuels Over-The-Top, Broadband Vies With TV 11/28/2012 | TechnoScoop | Scoop.it
Out-Of-The Box Fuels Over-The-Top, Broadband Vies With TV - 11/28/2012...
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Study: Reach of Organic Facebook Posts Down, Engagement Up | Digital - Advertising Age

Study: Reach of Organic Facebook Posts Down, Engagement Up | Digital - Advertising Age | TechnoScoop | Scoop.it
while fewer fans are seeing organic posts in their news feeds, those that do are more likely to be people with a real affinity for the brand.
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10 Mobile Apps to Control Your Laptop

10 Mobile Apps to Control Your Laptop | TechnoScoop | Scoop.it
Whether you want to run your laptop from across town or move your pointer from across the room, remote apps can get the job done — from afar.
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Opening up government: A new round of Knight News Challenge winners aims to get citizens and governments better information

Opening up government: A new round of Knight News Challenge winners aims to get citizens and governments better information | TechnoScoop | Scoop.it
But the bigger news is that the News Challenge "may be finished" as Knight looks for better ways to identify fundable innovation ideas in journalism, media, and communities.
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Why many are unlikely to switch to Windows Phone or BlackBerry 10

Why many are unlikely to switch to Windows Phone or BlackBerry 10 | TechnoScoop | Scoop.it
Current Windows Phone 8 and upcoming BlackBerry 10 handsets look great, but will people switch? Not likely, and even first-time smartphone owners may balk.
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Apple about to earn its radio license?

Apple about to earn its radio license? | TechnoScoop | Scoop.it
Unlike the TV business, where the networks and studios still cling rigidly to the existing licensing model favoring traditional, linear pay-TV distributors over other platforms, the record labels have lately grown far-more flexible in how, and to...
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Chef Alton Brown on adapting the recipe to the social media age

Chef Alton Brown on adapting the recipe to the social media age | TechnoScoop | Scoop.it
In a digital world, the recipe has transformed from a static set of instructions into a kind of open-source code which any cook and adjust or reformulate. Food Network's Alton Brown proposes to embrace that trend to create a form of living recipe.
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Churn: The Problem Of The New Tech Journalism | TechCrunch

Churn: The Problem Of The New Tech Journalism | TechCrunch | TechnoScoop | Scoop.it
A decade ago, the news cycle for a CE product worked like this: a PR person contacted a major title - Laptop, say, or PC Magazine - and offered an exclusive for a cover story. "Hey," they'd say. "Hot new laptop coming out!
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mHealth

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PwC report shows developed and emerging markets see mHealth's potential to transform healthcare innovation, but resistance to change could be a barrier.
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The End Of The Smartphone Era - Computerized Glasses?

The End Of The Smartphone Era - Computerized Glasses? | TechnoScoop | Scoop.it

Google and Microsoft are getting ready.... "computerized glasses"

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Buying Twitter might help Apple figure out how the internet works

Buying Twitter might help Apple figure out how the internet works | TechnoScoop | Scoop.it
Critics of Apple's social features have argued that it should buy Twitter, but former Apple engineer Patrick Gibson says the real value in such a deal would be that Twitter might be able to help Apple build web services that actually work.
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Apple's Spaceship Campus Delayed Until 2016 Because Apple Is Futzing With The Design

Apple's Spaceship Campus Delayed Until 2016 Because Apple Is Futzing With The Design | TechnoScoop | Scoop.it
They moved the auditorium!...
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