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Coin: The Next Big Thing
I think I found the next big thing. More like it found me. I was on Facebook the other day when a promoted Facebook ad straight in my newsfeed caught my attention. I clicked. I was directed to a sleek clean site with a video. They have a very clean and modern website that is designed to drive sales and not get in the way of itself. The video is what sold it to me. Short and to the point they hit all the right cool factors and explanations I needed to make a decision to purchase. They have all the right technology for me: Bluetooth LTE, Cardswipe to load cards on my phone, the app on my phone, etc. They also have the right amount of humor sprinkled throughout their website (check out the FAQ’s and find the cooking question). But what exactly am I talking about? It’s called Coin and it’s pretty unique.
  • 22 November 2013
  • Author: James Nagy
  • Number of views: 1982
Google’s Mystery Barges –What Are They Really Up To?
Google has been the talk for the past several weeks after the first of these initial mystery barges was sited in San Francisco Bay. All we knew was that the barges were owned by Google. Well, we all know what that means. Let the speculation begin! And speculate we did… What was Google planning? What were they building? Why keep it so secret?
  • 12 November 2013
  • Author: James Nagy
  • Number of views: 2178
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Putting out Media Fires - Elon Musk

Elon Musk should definitely be used to grabbing headlines by now. But with two fires in the past month, his cars are grabbing headlines for different reasons. Musk's stand on all this publicity? He's asking the public to use a little common sense and take a look at the statistics. Nearly 200,000 car fires take place in America yearly. So far, two have involved the big name of Tesla.
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Google’s Mystery Barges –What Are They Really Up To?

Google has been the talk for the past several weeks after the first of these initial mystery barges was sited in San Francisco Bay. All we knew was that the barges were owned by Google. Well, we all know what that means. Let the speculation begin! And speculate we did… What was Google planning? What were they building? Why keep it so secret?
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Coin: The Next Big Thing

I think I found the next big thing. More like it found me. I was on Facebook the other day when a promoted Facebook ad straight in my newsfeed caught my attention. I clicked. I was directed to a sleek clean site with a video. They have a very clean and modern website that is designed to drive sales and not get in the way of itself. The video is what sold it to me. Short and to the point they hit all the right cool factors and explanations I needed to make a decision to purchase. They have all the right technology for me: Bluetooth LTE, Cardswipe to load cards on my phone, the app on my phone, etc. They also have the right amount of humor sprinkled throughout their website (check out the FAQ’s and find the cooking question). But what exactly am I talking about? It’s called Coin and it’s pretty unique.
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Keep an Eye on Apple’s iBeacon

After its quiet announcement of a new feature called iBeacon back in June, Apple hasn’t revealed a whole lot about its potential and intended purposes. That hasn’t kept us from being very interested. What iBeacon does is it allows a Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) enabled device to turn into a beacon that has the ability to transmit data to iOS7 devices once they’re in range (within 160 feet). They’re extremely significant because they have location accuracy higher even than GPS. Recently, the interest of retailers (like Macy’s) has been piqued because these iBeacons can be used to geofence areas like indoor spaces. They do this using signal emitters or other iOS devices that are low-cost.
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