Video games sales charts are problematic, especially with regard to all the things that they don’t take into account like digital sales. Kotaku UK takes a look at the British charts situation and talks to developers and fellow journalists about possible solutions. Read more...
There are a lot of bad habits, specifically ones that pertain to our digital lives. We’re all guilty of doing plenty of dumb things online, between being over attached to our smartphones and playing way to many video games, there’s certain digital things that, if don’t too much, can become a dangerous habit. Show More Summary
In the modern, digital economy, there are a whole lot of things you buy but still technically don’t own. Nearly all entertainment, for example: digital books, video games, music, and so on. Other software, too. But as basically everything continues to become some kind of computer in a specialized body, plenty of other goods are starting to be subject to … [More]
As the world moves from web to mobile, we’ve been thinking deeply about how people will discover mobile products and services and how we will find and access all the things we need in our digital lives. Search (largely Google) has long been the access and discovery point for web services. Show More Summary
We are at the dawn of the Internet of Things—a world full of smart devices equipped with sensors, all hooked up to a digital universe that will become as omnipresent as the air we breathe. Imagine every appliance in your home, everyShow More Summary
Conventional digital prophet wisdom says that in the near future, everything you own — and a bunch of stuff you don’t — will have a chip, rendering it smart. But this paper proposes an alternate version of the Internet of Things — one where stuff is dumb, and repurposed Android phones (and a bunch of clever code) make your home smart. Read more...
Radio is changing around the world, with the move to digital speeding up. Nowhere is that more apparent than Norway, where new formats are quickly becoming king. This week, Radio.no, a site that reports on all things radio-related in Norway, has confirmed (via the Ministry of Culture) that the country will [...]
The internet is taking over the world! Virtualism, digital currency, and MindClones are giving the IRL art world a run for its BitCoins. Even if tech-savvy art isn’t your thing, all of these events are a reason to take a much-needed break from your laptop.
For all of the issues viewers may have with ESPN, one thing is for sure – those issues aren’t affecting how many people are watching the Worldwide Leader. In the first quarter of 2015, both ESPN and ESPN2 were up double digits from the first quarter of 2014. Show More Summary
Troy Kelley, a proponent of all things digital who held top positions at various New York-based agencies, moved West last month to join Deutsch LA as its EVP/group account director. In the early stages of his new job, Kelley will work...Show More Summary
We absolutely love our console games. While it is disputed as to whether it’s better having a physical game disc or a digital download, those with discs know that one thing above all is important, and that would be organization. If you don’t have proper storage for your many disc cases, things are going to get out of hand quickly. Even then, if you are a bit quick to change...
A new digital short is blasting Indiana as a state full of bigots. In the style of a tourism ad, the parody shows images of all things Indiana is famous for, from it’s “world class cities” to it’s NFL team to the Indianapolis 500. The...Show More Summary
Good news from California: a bill requiring warrants for Stingray device usage (among other things) has passed out of a Senate committee and is headed for an assembly vote. Among other sweeping new requirements to enhance digital privacy,...Show More Summary
The rules of marketing are changing every day, but there’s one thing that remains constant: content marketing is king. It’s one of the most effective ways to attract, inspire, and nurture customers of all kinds. But the digital sphere is a noisy place to be. With so many resources available online, customers are turning to...
At the recent Adobe Summit in Salt Lake City, the annual trek made by digital marketers from all over the world to hear everything marketing, there was a buzz around retailers and the challenges poised by omni-channel commerce. When it comes to omni-channel commerce, retailers fall into three categories. Show More Summary
All customers are not created equal. This is also true for relationships. No business has the same relationship with their customers as you intend to have with yours. The thing is though, you must first define what a relationship with your customer looks and feels like and in turn, how they would describe it to […]
A lot of digital ink has been spilled over the price of the Apple Watch in recent weeks, but one list might help put things into perspective. Business Insider rounded up the top 21 most expensive apps on the App Store, and all told, it would cost $12,149.79 to buy all of them. Show More Summary
Back in 2007, while speaking at the All Things Digital conference, Steve Jobs famously referred to the Apple TV as a “hobby.” At the time, Apple’s ambitions were clearly focused elsewhere as the company set its sights on selling more...Show More Summary
In the age of all things digital, ID theft has become more than a problem. It’s now a plague that continues to threaten not only the financial security of millions of connected people around the world, but also the very stability and existence of countless digital institutions, platforms, and entire industries. Consequently, it comes as […]
At the opening keynote of GTC 2015, Nvidia Co-Founder and CEO Jen-Hsun Huang announced many things, all of which are related to deep learning and neural networks.