Feb 19 2016
If you believe the hype, the way people deal with services and brands is going to involve a lot more conversation, and lot less clicking and tapping. Currently, if you want information about a product, service or brand – or to get it to do something for you – you’ll likely use a website or […]
Feb 12 2016
Rewind VR, The Mill and Space Ape Games are among the first to try out Wacom’s new tablet computer – and you can be the first to hear what they think of it.
Everyone likes to be first to try out one of Wacom’s latest products for professional designers and artists – and this month creatives […]
Feb 10 2016
SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics), the stalwart 2D vector graphics format, is getting an upgrade focused on closer alignment with HTML and CSS – which should mean that if you want to do something more complex than simple vectors (interactive infographics, for example), coding it should be easier.
The World Wide Web Consortium has authored SVG 2, which […]
Jan 20 2016
The privacy settings on your phone don’t mean much if tech companies choose to ignore them. One major mobile advertiser allegedly did just that.
The company InMobi was secretly tracking user locations, regardless of consent, the U. Federal Trade Commission has alleged. The motive: to serve location-based ads over mobile apps.
InMobi is headquartered in India and partners […]
Jan 15 2016
When 69 percent of your target audience engages in a particular purchase behavior, you’ll most certainly want your customer experience to enable that activity. That, in a nutshell, is what’s behind the recent resurgence in printed catalogs. A recent Xerox-InfoTrends research study found that nearly seven out of 10 consumers consult catalogs before purchases.
The same […]