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Tunnel Transistor May Meet Power Needs of Future Chips

The new transistor consumes 90 percent less power than conventional devices

StubHub's Results Driven Approach To Managing Social Media In The Contact Center

Since 1987 the share on consumer spending on live experiences and events relative to total U.S. consumer spending has increased 70%. Additionally 3 in 4 millennials would rather buy an experience than a product. All of that is good news for StubHub an online marketplace owned by eBay, which provides services for buyers and [...]

iPhone 6s by Legend: Everything you need to know

38 minutes agoTechnology / Gadgets : Oh Gizmo!

The following article is written by Sophie Davidson in collaboration with ‘How to Spend It’? -Ed. When one thinks of mobile phone communications and Finland, the consumer is naturally inclined

West Virginia Sues VW Over Deceptive Advertising For Vehicles Equipped With “Defeat Devices”

Since the Environmental Protection Agency revealed that Volkswagen had rigged its “clean diesel” to cheat on emissions tests, a number of consumers and cities have sued the carmaker. Now West Virginia becomes the first state to joinShow More Summary

Secrets of free-to-play: 'Threat generation'

42 minutes agoMobile / Mobile Apps : FingerGaming

Ramin Shokrizade: "Threat generation is the act of generating anxiety in a consumer while also offering to 'protect' them from the anxiety you just created, for a fee."...

Services Enabled by the Internet of Things Will Save Consumers Big Money

51 minutes agoTechnology :

by Angela Guess Barb Darrow recently wrote for Fortune, “The coolest things about the Internet of things are not the things themselves (though those are undeniably awesome) but the services they enable. Imagine a connected showerhead...Show More Summary

Microsoft HoloLens to be available for $3,000 -- but only to app developers

58 minutes agoHealth : Booster Shots

Microsoft’s augmented reality headset HoloLens will go on sale to app makers for $3,000 sometime in the first three months of 2016. They’ll be able to start developing apps for the new device before it becomes available to consumers at an undisclosed date, Microsoft announced Tuesday at an event...

Its power with carriers growing, Apple may one day build e-SIMs into iPhones

Apple might one day remove the hassle of dealing with SIM cards by baking a standardized e-SIM into iPhones. It would be a bold power move in its relationship with carriers, but consumers would almost certainly benefit. Apple already has some history with a neutral SIM card. In the U.S. and U.K. Apple sells the iPad […]

Deutsche Bank: Low Interest Rates Actually Hurt Consumers

Deutsche Bank posits that lower real interest rates reduce households' expected return, thereby prompting them to save more in order to meet their long-term financial goals and forgo spending today.The team estimates that Fed policyShow More Summary

Microsoft's HoloLens priced at $3,000 for developer edition, shipping Q1 2016

There's no word on when consumers can buy Microsoft's holographic headset, but developers can apply for access early next year.

Microsoft's Crazy HoloLens AR Will Be $3000 For Developers, Next Year

1 hour agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Microsoft just blew us (and some virtual robots) away with a demo of its HoloLens ‘mixed reality’ gaming system. The good news? Those spider robots are just virtual. The bad: HoloLens still isn’t available for consumers. Read more.....

Top EU court rules data sharing pact with U.S. invalid

The European Union's highest court struck a big blow Tuesday against Facebook and other companies by ruling that a long-running pact allowing the free transfer of data to the U.S. is invalid as it does not adequately protect consumers. The verdict could have far-reaching implications for companies...

MasterCard Rolling Out Payment Verification Technology That Uses Facial Recognition, Fingerprint Scans

With consumers’ shopping habits continually evolving – making more purchases online through smartphones and tablets – more retailers have revamped the way in which they allow such transactions to be made (“Buy” buttons, anyone?). So it should come as no surprise then that the businesses handling such transactions – your credit card company and bank – would also …

Burger King’s Halloween Whopper Has ‘Colorful’ Side Effects

2 hours agoLifestyle / Fashion : SheFinds

Customers say their poop is turning green after consuming Burger King's Halloween Whopper.

Beyond Biglaw: The Importance Of Good Visuals

We are being trained as a society to “consume” visually, and lawyers need to come to grips with this reality.

Crisis Extended: How Experian Made Things Worse

Summary: File it under data breaches, hacking, or maybe even “irony,” but the recent data breach that saw Experian lose the personal information of 15 million consumers (including social security numbers) opened up a new can of worms. Upon realizing they were breached, Experian offered their own breach remediation solution to customers impacted by the breach.

EA, Telltale, Capcom, Sega, 2K and More High Profile Premium Games Removed From the App Store and Customer Purchase Histories - Apple Must Step in Before Consumer Confidence Is Completely Eroded

Whether you ascribe it to deliberate planning, serendipity, or something in between, Apple is now the holder of one of the largest gaming platforms in the world. It's an unexpected turn for a company that always seemed to place a low priority on video games, and the company's inexperience has come through in a variety

Amazon Commands Nearly Half of Consumers' First Product Search, BloomReach Study Finds

Amazon’s dominance in the record-setting $300bn American e-commerce market continues to rapidly grow over its competitors, top search engines like Google and online retailers, according to a new study commissioned by personalised discovery platform company BloomReach.

Enterprises, Time to Dive Into Natural Language Applications

by Jennifer Zaino Consumers are getting more and more used to having natural language interactions with their applications, whether in the form of speech, text, or even gesture and touch. “It’s an exciting time because consumer expectations...Show More Summary

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