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HTC gets back into the Windows Phone Game: HTC Announces HTC One that runs Windows Phone

Android and iOS currently dominate the Smartphone Market, with Windows Phone coming a Distant Third. Microsoft is looking to change that, of course, by signing up Device Manufacturers so that there are more Phones running Microsoft’s OS to create more awareness about Windows Phone to get more people to buy it. 309 more words

Company Announcement

Kelp-Beds Q & A


This week, I’m answering a question from a Kelp-Beds reader: 
Do you think eNewsletters are as effective for Biomedical Nonprofits as printed newsletters or quarterly/bi-annual magazines? 714 more words

Karan Cushman

Use The Power of Reciprocity to Influence Your Buyers

The concept of reciprocity is fairly simple. If someone does something for you,

you will automatically feel obliged to do something in return. You want to pay someone back for acting in a sincere way. 363 more words

Customer Relationships

Rumor: Microsoft is going to release Windows 9 "Threshold" as a Preview as Soon as Next Month

It is no secret that Windows 8 was a Disaster: It removed the Start Menu, which was a Comforting Sight to many users since Windows 95. 270 more words

Product Launch

Ferm living news

It’s time for product launches and design fairs and I’m very exited to see what the designers have been up to. In a few weeks I will attend the Danish design fair DesignTrade and I promise to share lots of inspiration with you. 102 more words

Decoration

Microsoft launches the Nokia 130: A $25 Phone with Music and Video Capabilities

Microsoft had recently announced that the Nokia X will be discontinued, and  that it will kick back production of Nokia’s Feature Phones.

It seems that Microsoft is not ready to leave the lower end of the Market after all, as it had launched the Nokia 130 134 more words

Company Announcement

Porsche’s Attempt to Win Over Women: What Marketers Can Learn

Porsche is attempting to win over women with the introduction of the new Macan, a crossover vehicle smaller than its SUV and larger than its traditional sports cars. 531 more words

Marketing