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Nov 23 2014, 2:26pm CST
Xirrus enables Las Vegas Sands Casino to Charge WiFi Premium As a hotel guest, I am always annoyed when I am required to pay extra for WiFi. But thanks to WiFi service from a Thousand Oaks, Calif.-based startup, lets a Las Vegas casino charge an even higher price premium to grant...
Jan 26 2014, 10:08am CST
Flywheels Could be More Efficient for Electric Cars The idea of powering your car with a flywheel conjures up amateurish images of rubber bands, or big, clunky contraptions attached to ponderous nineteenth century steam-powered wagons. But modern flywheels are all about...
Jan 24 2014, 8:36am CST
The End of the FCC's Net Neutrality Rules, at Least For Now As most commentators, myself included, predicted last fall, a federal appellate court has vacated the FCC’s controversial 2010 “net neutrality” rules, holding that the agency wildly exceeded its authority to regulate...
Jan 24 2014, 8:10am CST
T-Mobile Picks Up The Innovation Kudos John Legere, president and CEO of T-Mobile, has a great line in coming late to the party while looking like the host. The company’s mobile money initiative is its latest “innovation” and is a great example of T-Mobile...
Jan 23 2014, 9:28am CST
Who's Paying For the Free Airport Wi-Fi? With banks of blinking slot machines situated just past the security check, McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas will never be a “normal” airport. But the tourism and convention money that comes from serving as...
Jan 22 2014, 12:50pm CST
5 Reasons Why Valve Steam Machines Won't Disrupt Industry There’s plenty of hype and excitement over the coming of the Steam Machine—a Linux-powered gaming PC designed for big-screen (formerly known as Steam Box.) The Valve-spearheaded project looks to be as much an attempt to...
Jan 22 2014, 6:21am CST
No Tizen Smart Phones for the US market For some months, the Korean tech giant and mobile device manufacturer Samsung Inc has been teasing about offering a brand new and different Linux-based Tizen OS smart phone device— going on so far as to suggest that the platform gives the tech giant a hedge against banking too much on their Google’s Android OS based device success, and setting an expected debut date for their new mobile devices.
Jan 21 2014, 8:51am CST
Microsoft paying Samsung, Sony, and others to make Windows Phone devices The famous tech giant Microsoft Inc. seems to be desperate to have more of the OEMs to help its cause in the increasing of its Windows Phone based ecosystem; while, as if a new rumor is to be believed, which claims tat the Redmond giant is now offering some incentives to some of the major handset manufacturers like the Samsung Inc., Sony, and the Huawei among the others.
Jan 21 2014, 5:45am CST
What Nest Takeover by Google For The Internet Of Things? The Internet of Things (IoT) seemed to be an underlying theme of this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES), with companies showing off cloud-connected Crock-Pots, heart monitors, and even bed mats that monitor how a...
Jan 20 2014, 1:18pm CST
First Tizen-based smart Phones coming this March, says Japan's NTT Docomo A brand new smart phone operating system, which is developed by a global collaboration of famous tech firms to rival Google's popular Android OS and the Apple's iOS, is going to be launched in the next few months, and the news is according to the famous Japanese mobile phone operator, the NTT Docomo.
Jan 20 2014, 10:11am CST
Google and the Social CRM Business Relax, CRM vendors. Google is not getting into the customer relationship management business (CRM) anytime soon. But they should. Google seems to understand the Social CRM needs of small and medium sized companies...
Jan 20 2014, 9:13am CST
Fireweb, LG's first ever Firefox OS based handset shows up at the CES Korean tech. giant, LG's first-ever Firefox OS based handset has already been making the Latina rounds in the Brazil, where it has been since the last October. And while none of us have heard much about the US availability on the Fireweb device, the handset did show up at the International CES 2014, alongside a smattering of the other already-announced smart phone devices running on this newly entered mobile operating system.
Jan 20 2014, 6:24am CST
Cell Phone Plans by Sprint to Shake Things Up Like T-Mobile’s UnCarrier cell phone plans, Sprint is all set to shake things up via its Framily cell phone plan. The more friends and family enter your circle of influence, the lower the charges in the Framily Plan.
Jan 20 2014, 3:10am CST
Week Ahead: More Earnings & Economic News To Move Markets The S&P 500 is down 0.5% so far this year — and stocks face another potentially volatile week ahead with a barrage of earnings from major corporations as well as economic indicators and news from the World Economic...
Jan 19 2014, 5:11pm CST
Shoppers fret about authenticity of Target emails Target email to customers offering credit help genuine, but scams are out there
NEW YORK (AP) — An email sent to the roughly 70 million Target customers who may have been affected by a pre-Christmas data...
Jan 17 2014, 4:01pm CST
Delivering Retail Sales Through Analytics With AgilOne Retailers have known for the longest time that selling more products to an existing customer is generally easier than converting a new customer. This was a fact hundreds of years ago in the village market days and it’s...
Jan 16 2014, 12:36pm CST
12 E-Commerce Strategies To Grow Your Business This Year By Michael Evans and Jennifer Knight
Your plans for the New Year call for growing your company’s revenue in 2014, but where will your increased sales come from — a larger salesforce, new markets, or product innovation?...
Jan 16 2014, 11:06am CST
Adding Salt To Dropbox's Wounds - Box Offers 50GB For Free Last weekend wasn’t an awesome one for Dropbox, their outage caused consternation in the Twitterverse as many people suggested it was yet another example of Dropbox not yet being enterprise ready. I’ve had a deluge of...
Jan 15 2014, 3:21pm CST
SolarCity turns to retail investors for cash SolarCity bets on new kind of financing _ selling bond-like securities to retail investors
NEW YORK (AP) — Solar panel installer SolarCity is turning to retail investors for cash. The company said...
Jan 15 2014, 7:41am CST
New Ways For Turning Data Into Dollars Now By Scott Cameron, Andrew Pickersgill, Rob Turtle
Big Data is transforming the way companies do business. But many firms are finding that it requires significant investments of time and money before seeing the value. ...
Jan 15 2014, 7:21am CST
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