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What a CMO Could Learn From Ed Snowden

What a CMO Could Learn From Ed Snowden

It is hard to find anyone who is not familiar with revelations about mass collections of private data conducted by NSA and ot…

  • Microsoft vend 5 millions de Xbox One, Sony 7 millions de PlayStation 4

    20minutes.fr - 2 hours 17 minutes ago

    JEU VIDEO - Sony et Microsoft ont annoncé les chiffres de ventes de leurs consoles respectives PS4 et Xbox One… More »Microsoft vend 5 millions de Xbox One, Sony 7 millions de PlayStation 4

  • Xbox One Sales Top 5 Million

    2 hours 18 minutes ago

    Microsoft said Thursday it has sold more than 5 million Xbox One consoles since they were launched in November. The news came a day after video game competitor Sony said it had sold more than 7 million PlayStation 4 consoles since mid-November. Sony’s numbers refer to sales to consumers, while Microsoft’s involve sales to retailers. Sales of Xbox One were 60 percent higher than those of Microsoft’s earlier iteration Xbox 360 during the same length of time after it hit the market, Yusuf Mehdi, vice president of marketing, strategy and business, wrote on the Microsoft blog in announcing the figures. More »Xbox One Sales Top 5 Million

  • PlayStation 4 Sales Top 7 Million

    2 hours 18 minutes ago

    Sony says it has sold 7 million PlayStation 4 consoles worldwide since its launch last year and admitted it can’t make them fast enough, in a welcome change of fortune for the Japanese consumer electronics giant. “The response from the global gaming community for PS4 (PlayStation 4) has been overwhelming and we are truly humbled that gamers are selecting PS4 as their next generation console of choice,” said Andrew House, president and group CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment, in a statement. “The PS4 journey has just begun, and although we are still facing difficulties keeping up with the strong demand worldwide, we remain steadfast in our commitment to meet the needs of our customers,” he said. Software sales for the console are also strong, it said, with more than 20.5 million copies sold in retail stores worldwide and through digital downloads on the PlayStation Store as of April 13. More »PlayStation 4 Sales Top 7 Million

  • Sony Xperia Z2 review: a big, powerful slab of a phone

    Engadget - 2 hours 22 minutes ago

    It's been nearly three years since I reviewed the Xperia Neo, manufactured by what was then Sony Ericsson. The Neo represented just the second generation of Xperia phones running on Android, from a period when Sony was finding its feet in the world of mobile and still chucking out plenty of duds (I'm looking at you, Tablet P). Fast-forward to today and things have changed dramatically under Kaz Hirai's stewardship. More »Sony Xperia Z2 review: a big, powerful slab of a phone

  • RUMOR: Google lanzará un Nexus de precio menor a $100 USD

    Qore.com - 2 hours 22 minutes ago

    El teléfono tendría especificaciones austeras, pero estaría optimizado para ofrecer una experiencia fluida More »RUMOR: Google lanzará un Nexus de precio menor a $100 USD

  • Obi Mobiles inicia operaciones en India

    Qore.com - 2 hours 23 minutes ago

    Uno de los fundadores de la empresa es John Sculley More »Obi Mobiles inicia operaciones en India

  • A new $10 million-a-month fraud ring preys on online advertisers

    The Verge - 2 hours 27 minutes ago

    The ad software firm TubeMogul has uncovered a botnet ring that could be generating as much as $10 million a month in fraudulent video views, preying on advertisers like Nissan and Samsung. Like a traditional click-fraud network, the botnet works by hijacking computers with malware and sending them to generate false traffic for sites. TubeMogul published a list of nearly 200 sites that were making money from the botnet, most with innocuous names like ModernCommerce.com or AllSportsHub.com. More »A new $10 million-a-month fraud ring preys on online advertisers

  • What the Heck Is a Modular Smartphone, and Why Might I Want One?

    2 hours 27 minutes ago

    This week, Google held an event for a smartphone it doesn’t even make. At the Ara developer’s conference — and through a series of YouTube videos — Google pulled back the curtain on Project Ara, a strange, exciting new initiative that seeks to create a realistic blueprint for a modular smartphone. Google, and its partner in the initiative, a dynamic startup called Phonebloks, have made it a very exciting time in the advancement of the modular smartphone — exciting, that is, for those who know what a modular smartphone is and why it could potentially be a game-changing concept for mobile phone electronics. More »What the Heck Is a Modular Smartphone, and Why Might I Want One?

  • Research shows it’s ‘blind luck’ that asteroids haven’t destroyed a major city yet

    BGR.com - 2 hours 31 minutes ago

    Well, here’s something happy to think about as you head into the weekend. Phys.org brings us word that three former NASA astronauts are going to present new research next week showing that there have been 26 asteroid crashes since 2001 that have caused “atomic-bomb-scale explosions” that have fortunately been far away from major population centers. The research, which was conducted by the B612 Foundation, used data from a nuclear weapons warning network to measure the impact of major asteroid strikes on the Earth’s surface. “This network has detected 26 multi-kiloton explosions since 2001, all of which are due to asteroid impacts,” explained B612 Foundation CEO Ed Lu, a physicist who worked at NASA from 1994 until 2007. “It shows that asteroid impacts are More »Research shows it’s ‘blind luck’ that asteroids haven’t destroyed a major city yet

  • Laptop Used for First U.S. Presidential Email Sells for Over $60,000

    2 hours 31 minutes ago

    The laptop computer that Bill Clinton used in 1998 to send the first-ever U.S. presidential email has sold for $60,667 in an online auction, the Boston auction house that handled the transaction said Thursday. RR Auction did not disclose the name of the buyer of the still-functional Toshiba Satellite that Clinton borrowed to email veteran astronaut John Glenn, who was orbiting Earth aboard the space shuttle Discovery. The laptop, with accessories and full documentation, originally belonged to White House physician Robert Darling, who lent it to Clinton when NASA informed the president that Glenn wanted to swap emails with him. “It’s a remarkable collection that represents the dawn of a new age, combining America’s greatest technological achievements — space travel and the Internet,” said RR Auction vice president Bobby Livingston in a statement. More »Laptop Used for First U.S. Presidential Email Sells for Over $60,000

  • Montana politician shoots at the sky in the first drone attack ad

    The Verge - 2 hours 34 minutes ago

    Lawmakers in 43 states have proposed regulations on how unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) can operate, and 9 states have passed bills. While there's bipartisan support for these rules, and the drone has come to stand for overreaching government surveillance across the political spectrum, it's become particularly symbolic for libertarians and conservatives in wide-open states like Colorado, Montana, and North Dakota, where a man was arrested with help from a Predator drone in 2012. A recent (and very effective) ad from Republican Congressional candidate Matt Rosendale, currently a Montana state senator, perfectly captures the rhetoric around them. "This is how I look from a government drone," says Rosendale over aerial footage with a "drone" user interface. More »Montana politician shoots at the sky in the first drone attack ad

  • The Engadget Podcast is live at 12PM ET!

    Engadget - 2 hours 52 minutes ago

    After last week's Very Special Episode, we've grabbed a Hair of the Dog (or two...or three), a bit of rest, and we're back for a regular ol' episode of The Engadget Podcast. We're discussing a ... More »The Engadget Podcast is live at 12PM ET!

  • Elite soldiers will soon ride into battle on stealthy hybrid motorcycles

    Engadget - 2 hours 55 minutes ago

    The US' special operations forces frequently can't rely on conventional ground transportation for their covert ops -- a loud engine is guaranteed to blow their cover. To tackle this problem, DARPA has just awarded Logos Technologies a contract to build a stealthy hybrid motorcycle for the military. The design modifies BRD's all-electric RedShift MX (pictured here) with a quiet hybrid power system that can run on multiple fuel types. More »Elite soldiers will soon ride into battle on stealthy hybrid motorcycles

  • Here are 10 hidden Galaxy S5 features you should check out right now

    BGR.com - 2 hours 56 minutes ago

    Unlike in previous years, Samsung announced the Galaxy S5 at MWC 2014 rather than hosting its own event later in spring. And unlike in previous years, the company only highlighted certain new features of the handset during the event – probably the fresh partnership with Google played a role in that – instead of showing all the new software tricks it has devised for the new flagship. However, in a post on its blog, the company highlighted 10 hidden features Galaxy S5 buyers should be aware of. While it doesn’t come with a stylus, the Galaxy S5 supports pencil input, allowing users to write on it with a pencil. To enable the feature, users will have to go to Display settings and More »Here are 10 hidden Galaxy S5 features you should check out right now

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