Could VR be what 3D TV had hoped to be?

The consumer audio-visual technology sector is a competitive place. It seems that new products are consistently rolled out before their predecessors have reached the homes of most consumers. While high definition flat screen TVs are the…
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Fidget Media

I removed the Netflix app after I caught my 6 yr old watching Family Guy. It was replaced with YouTube Kids. And I was excited about it. Lots of educational content. Animals, food, space, culture. All good things. But then I would be asked for…
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Why Starbucks could be the coolest non-profit ever. How about it, Howard?

I love Starbucks. Can’t think of a better way to start the day, and it’s often the fuel for creative ideas, or a burst of extra brain power. Great company. They do a lot of good work with social causes, and have shown a commitment to…
rear view of businessman with case staring at blackboard with question marks drawn on it. concept of it raises too many questions

You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know

How do you know what your customer wants if you don’t take the time to ask them? And I don’t mean a generic online survey that is sent out after each purchase or experience. I am talking about a legitimate program that you use day in and…
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The End of Tech Utopianism?

The fetishization of technology—the assumption that any technological advent is cause for both celebration, and musings on the utopia it will doubtless usher in—often amazes me. We’re grabbing fitness trackers with the zeal of desperate…