Computers have invaded our lives in the last few decades, taking over our workplaces, our homes, even our pockets in the process. Today having smart watches on our wrists, a smart TVs in our living rooms, smart phones in our pocket is not science fiction anymore – it’s everyday life. And with all this technology around us we’ve discovered new forms of interaction and entertainment. One of them is video games, which have spread to all of the smart devices I mentioned above. And they are evolving continuously to make the best use of all the devices that surround us.
In a world where millions of people use the Internet in their professional and/or personal lives, business owners who want to outperform competitors and enhance their bottom line need to connect with individuals in this digital space. To make it happen, it’s important for corporate leaders and entrepreneurs to learn as much as possible about how the online marketing world works. Obtain the information you need now by reviewing the short outline prepared below:
Tech businesses around the world know that to survive in the industry, a company must always be on the cutting edge of tech gadgets, apps and platforms that people want to use. Once you have that can’t-live-without product or service, you need to market it to the right audience. A decade ago you could get away with going to buy domain names, set up a simple website and that’s it. In today’s marketing landscape, tech businesses will need to do much more in order to reach the right kinds of customers, whether your product is made for consumers or for the business world.
Here’s an interesting article, as Twitter is working with the innovative Stripe payment service to make it easy for people and companies to sell things through Twitter.
It will be interesting to see how this evolves and whether it will affect the user experience on Twitter in a bad way. I guess anyone who send sout to many “buy this” tweets can risk losing followers. The game is changing . . .
This is an awesome video featuring the lovely Inessa Chimato and a hula cam. What’s a hula cam? Well, it’s another example of the incredible potential of the new generation of miniature digital cameras. The clever guys at Clip Critics decided to put the brand-new GoPro Hero3 black at 2.7k and 1080p 60fps on a hula hoop. Give it to a girl in a bikini on the beach and you have a super fun video!
We’re pretty confident that these tiny digital cameras are going to have a huge impact on our lives, with fun implications for entertainment, helpful implications for security and possibly troubling implications for privacy.
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