This week, A new HTC phone, Facebook’s developer conference, a camera that’ll kill the green screen, biotech that’s improving lives, DIY braces and…is a proposed bill the end of American privacy?…All this and more this week on The Drill Down.
This week, Google’s prank backfires, the FBI flexes their new muscle, Is Nest in trouble?, the largest data leak in history, a new Star Wars movie trailer, and Tesla 3 is coming!…in a couple of years …All this and more this week on The Drill Down.
This week, Microsoft’s rampant & silly AI, Google phones home, the Apple/FBI fight is over, Microsoft’s Build conference 2016, the smallest cell created, a 3D printed sonograph …All this and more on The Drill Down.
For small businesses, Twitter can greatly amplify their social media presence, help generate leads and build a strong community. Tools for Twitter management have been around for a while and are now a staple requirement for most marketers. With so many tools out there, it can be hard to figure out which ones will actually make a difference to your business. To help you make that decision, here’s a list of 10 Twitter marketing tools that are great to use:Continue reading →
It’s no secret that changes are coming to the way companies develop and build items and how consumers will be able to customize things for use in their own businesses as well as at home. 3D printing enables you to design an item, such as a scale model prototype of a new piece of equipment or to replicate a part that has broken or gone missing when the original manufacturer no longer supports the product.
Instead of mass producing items in factories and counting on marketing and analytics to ensure there will be a healthy marketplace to sell them, we can anticipate that more items will be built in a more customized fashion. This will be true whether a company prints it out in its own premises or simply releases the model for a fee and lets B2B or B2C customers print them out on their own end.Continue reading →
This week, Apple’s new announcements, the FBI finds another way into Apple encryption, Google says goodbye to robots, an Intel founder passes on, and absolutely no VR porn…All this and more on The Drill Down.
This week, GM buys big into driverless cars, Google AI beats a Go grandmaster, Amazon Echo repeats itself, Oculus won’t be on the Mac, Tech encryption vs. the Feds in the news again, and Nike self-lacing shoes are here!…All this and more on The Drill Down.