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How Much Can You Get Delivered to Your Door—and More Critically, For How Much Longer?

The latest supply chain trend seems just a little too similar to an old and not particularly successful trend for some investors. But for consumers, it means a retail convenience to which they are flocking, as long as it remains available. 476 more words

Chapter 13: Services: The Intangible Product

Incorporating mobile technology at the home of "The King"

Last week I ticked off a “bucket-list” item when I visited Graceland, the home of Elvis Presley. Since I had always wanted to go it was obviously a fantastic experience; it was though greatly enhanced by the incorporation of mobile technology in the self-guided tour. 317 more words

Elvis Presley

Marketing Atlanta as a Global Hub for Mobile Technology

Today Gregg and I were at the Twelve Hotel in Atlantic Station for AMA Atlanta‘s Signature Luncheon: Marketing Atlanta as a Global Hub for Mobile Technology. 875 more words


Fusing Compassion and Technology. Notes from Siggraph 2014

In his opening address Siggraph 2014, Dave Shreiner said “this event is all about technology to enhance peoples lives. But more importantly it’s also about compassion.” Being at conference that was putting people above the technology was a revelation. 630 more words


Effects of Mobile Technology in the Society

In today’s world of mobile technology and endless possibilities, internet and mobile devices are gaining a lot of popularity in everyday society. More and more people are becoming accustomed to living with their cell phones tightly fastened to their hips, only inches away from a dial and a click. 445 more words

Simply Sellular Complaints

Digital Nation Report Shows Rapid Adoption of Mobile Internet Use

Digital Nation Report Shows Rapid Adoption of Mobile Internet Use
Source: National Telecommunications and Information Administration

A report released today by the U.S. Commerce Department’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) found that Americans are rapidly embracing mobile Internet devices such as smart phones and tablet computers for a wide range of activities beyond just voice communications, such as checking email and using social networks.

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It’s called the Apple iPad Air 2. CEO Tim Cook announced as much this morning from Apple’s Cupertino, California, headquarters with a video of a pencil being shaved down, a nod to last year’s unveiling of the first iPad Air. 84 more words