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What Your Shoppers Want to See On Your Mobile Product Pages?

What Your Shoppers Want to See On Your Mobile Product Pages? | Web Web | Scoop.it
One shouldn’t find proper template for designing mobile product pages. Online merchants have to manage their mobile products pages by their own to deliver user-friendly experience to their shoppers.

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Content marketing: the Anatomy of Great Content - Steve Seager

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The Anatomy of Great Content: a framework for content marketers to develop great content for content marketing on the social web

 

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Wi-Fi expansion plan has automakers worried over the connected car’s future | GigaOM Tech News

Wi-Fi expansion plan has automakers worried over the connected car’s future | GigaOM Tech News | Web Web | Scoop.it

The Federal Communications Commission proposal to open up a big swath of new spectrum for Wi-Fi is encountering opposition from an unlikely source: the auto industry. Carmakers aren’t against the idea of more unlicensed airwaves, but they are concerned that devices using those frequencies  would interfere with the talking car networks they want to launch in the next few years.

 

Last month at CES, FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski announced that the commission was moving forward with a plan to clear 195 MHz of spectrum in the 5 GHz band for Wi-Fi use. Those new frequencies, however, abut the 5.9 GHz airwaves the government has set aside for future vehicle-to-vehicle communications networks.

 

On Monday, the Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITSA) sent a letter to the FCC — signed by a veritable who’s who in the transportation industry such as AAA, Chrysler, Mercedes-Benz and Hyundai  – warning the FCC of the potential for these new Wi-Fi networks to interfere with the wireless transmissions between connected cars.

 

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Global Voice Recognition Market To Reach $113 Billion In 2017 by Bcc Research Llc

Global Voice Recognition Market To Reach $113 Billion In 2017, BCC Research is a leading information resource producing high-quality market research reports, newsletters, and conferences.

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The market for voice recognition can be broken down into three main end-markets: enterprise, consumer, and healthcare.
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Getting Started with Responsive Typography

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Responsive design is the

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Revolution Hits the Universities - MOOC

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Tom Friedman

 

Nothing has more potential to let us reimagine higher education than massive open online course, or MOOC, platforms.


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Microsoft finally issues SOPA opposition statement

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Microsoft finally issued its own separate SOPA position, saying that the company is in opposition to the bill as it is currently written.


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IBM Zseries Connectivity Handbook von IBM Redbooks

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IBM Zseries Connectivity Handbook. (#connectivity hand #ibm zseries connectivity http://t.co/QmaiTM7n IBM Zseries Connectivity Handbook)
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Mobile Security in its Infancy, Connectivity and Device Evolution Trends Means Organizations Must Plan their Mobile Security Strategy

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This is How to Use Google Forms to Keep Track of Student Assignments ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

This is How to Use Google Forms to Keep Track of Student Assignments ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Web Web | Scoop.it

by Med Kharbach

 

"Google Forms is an amazing web tool and as I mentioned yesterday in " 5 Good Web Tools to Create Class Forms and Sheets", Google Form is the tool I use the most when creating forms and quizzes. There are several reasons why I opted for it, first it is automatically integrated with Google Drive which means that anything I create on it is asynchronously saved in my drive account so I don't have to worry about uploading it to any file storage system. Google Form is also pretty easy to use and has a very simple and user-friendly interface so you will be able to find your way around quickly. And now that Google Form starts supporting images and YouTube videos,  I am sure I wont be looking further for any other alternative in the near future."


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Recorded Future - Map of discussion about internet surveillance

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"The Conservative government says it is scrapping its controversial Internet surveillance bill in favour of modest changes to Canada's warrantless wiretap law."

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4G Will Make Up Just 10 Percent Of Global Connections in 2017 | TechCrunch

4G Will Make Up Just 10 Percent Of Global Connections in 2017 | TechCrunch | Web Web | Scoop.it

TechCrunch is a leading technology media property, dedicated to obsessively profiling startups, reviewing new Internet products, and breaking tech news.


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The Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) Market 2012-2017: Prospects for Skype and Other Players

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Responsify.it - A responsive template generator

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Responsify.it lets you quickly and effortlessly generate your own responsive grid framework and customise it as you see fit, all through an easy to use interface.

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Websites don’t kill newspapers, people kill newspapers.Scoop.it

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.The newspaper. One of the most sacred institutions of the publishing world and one of its oldest, most respected methods of knowledge gathering and collection of popular opinion, dating all the way back to the first printing presses ever created.

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Microsoft issues biggest security update in recent history fixing 57 flaws with arch rival Google to thank for reporting many of the problems

Microsoft issues biggest security update in recent history fixing 57 flaws with arch rival Google to thank for reporting many of the problems | Web Web | Scoop.it
Microsoft acknowledged that 32 of the 57 items addressed in Tuesday's update were reported by Google engineers Gynvael Coldwind and Mateusz 'j00ru' Jurczyk.

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October 2012, Microsoft offered 7 patches for more than 20 issues.

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Fighting Satellite Interference on All Fronts - Satellite Today

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Fighting Satellite Interference on All Fronts Satellite Today With the issuance of the standard, everyone has a hook they can get behind,” notes Dick Tauber, the CNN News Group technology executive who serves both as WBU-ISOG chairman and co-chair...
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