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The New Rules of Marketing to Millennials

Here are five guidelines marketers need to keep in mind when recalibrating their strategy to connect with Millennial consumers.<p><b>By Jeffry Pilcher,</b> …

Risk and reward

DRIVERS buying insurance from Progressive, an American insurer, get a choice: they can either supply a few bits of information about themselves and …

Facebook seems to be breaking the App Store rules, but Apple probably can’t stop it

Over the past few weeks, Facebook has announced quite a few changes coming to its platform. Some of the biggest changes are occurring within its Messenger application. Facebook Messenger will immediately begin allowing users to download a slew of third-party apps and tools from partners like Pic …

Domino's Lets Samsung Smart TV Watchers Order From Couch

Domino’s already has made ordering its pizza practically as easy as breathing. You can do it from your smartphone, online, inside your Ford using Sync, and on a Pebble or Android smartwatch. But if you’re plopped down right in front of the couch without as much as one personal digital appliance …

The 17 Most Exciting New Tech Products That Will Launch Before The End Of The Year

Cheque photo plan gets the go-ahead

<b>A system that will allow people to pay in a cheque by taking a photo on their smartphone has moved a step closer.</b><p>Rather than go to the bank in person, customers will be able to photograph the cheque, and send it electronically.<p>The government says the idea has been broadly welcomed during …

This Smart Cup Can Identify Any Beverage You Pour Into It

This article is from the archive of our partner .<p>Vessyl is the smartest cup you didn't know you needed. There's nothing tech people love as much as …

Google Now can now suggest calendar events based on your emails

Google is continuing its quest to turn Now into a truly helpful virtual assistant, with the latest update bringing the ability to offer event suggestions based on the content of your emails.<p>Google Now has long been able to sort through emails for things like flight reservations or shipping updates, …

Android News

Honeywell announces Lyric, a competitor to the Nest smart thermostat

Honeywell has announced a new thermostat, Lyric, that tracks the user's location via their smartphone and adjusts the temperature of their home …

Home Automation

Google developing health data service: report

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Google Inc is developing a service that will combine information from health apps and personal fitness devices, in another competitive move against Apple Inc and Samsung Electronics Co, Forbes reported.<p>Google apps are shown on an Apple iphone 5 in this photo illustration …

Hey, IT, want to innovate? Become a network

My editor hates innovation. Actually, what she really hates is the way the term “innovation” gets dropped onto everything, particularly in the …

Apple WWDC 2014: What to Expect

If you use an iPhone, iPad or Mac, Monday is the day everything changes.<p>At 10 a.m. local time, an Apple executive — probably CEO Tim Cook — will trot …

iPhone 6 Rumour Round-Up: Solar Panels, Water Resistance & Mechanical Shutters

Another week closer to the launch of Apple's latest iPhone brings a fresh slew of gossip, rumours and tittle-tattle from around the web.<p>As part of …

These Are Some Of The Biggest Changes That May Be Coming To Android

Google wants to make its "Ok Google" command a more prominent hot word throughout the OS, according to Android Police. This means you'd simply need to say "Ok Google" within any app to launch a command related to that app.<p>For example, if you're using Google's stock Gallery app for photos, you may …

Android News

Hate being near sick people? There’s an app for that

Thanks to Sickweather, you can get a notification every time you enter the same airspace as a kid who might sneeze on you.<p>The app, which launched in November, uses Facebook statuses and tweets about runny noses to create its real-time map of contagion. That’s not a crazy idea: Social media and …

Social Media

Google says self-driving car tests now focused on city driving

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Google Inc said it has begun testing its self-driving cars on city streets, a crucial new phase in its quest to eventually make the technology a standard feature in automobiles.<p>Handout photo courtesy of the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles shows what the Google …

Are Self-Driving Cars Only a Matter of Time?

In between making Google Glass available to the public and staffing up its health and aging project Calico, Google's also been at work rethinking the future of our daily commute.<p>The company released an update today about the progress of its Self-Driving Cars Project since its launch in 2012. While …

Autonomous Cars

iPad Air 2

It was hard to see how Apple could improve on the first iPad Air - arguably the finest tablet ever produced.<p>And then it went and did so with the iPad …

Snupps inventory app 'helps you organise your stuff'

Snupps, an app that lets users create an inventory of their possessions, has launched on the App Store<p>A app that helps users keep track of their personal belongings has launched on Apple's app store today, with $5 million (£3m) in seed funding.<p>Created by London-based father and son team Sari and …

Sweden: The New Laboratory for a Six-Hour Work Day

Officials hope less time at the office will make workers healthier and more productive.<p>Corn-flake capitalism has come to Sweden.<p>In 1930, in the throes of the Great Depression, cereal magnate W.K. Kellogg decided to conduct an experiment. He replaced the three daily eight-hour shifts at his plant in …

Driverless car tech gets serious at CES

The big auto show in Detroit doesn't kick off until next week, but major car companies are already showing off some of their more exciting car-tech prototypes here at the International Consumer Electronics Show.<p>BMW and Audi unveiled their latest driverless car technology and conducted demonstration …

Everything you need to know about your next smartphone

It's 2014 and your mobile is looking a little dated against the latest offerings on the market, so it's time to pick out a new smartphone.<p>Waterproof …

Paym promises mobile-to-mobile current account payments

A new secure way for consumers to send payments directly to each other's current account using just a mobile phone number will be launched in the spring, the Payments Council has announced.<p>The service, branded Paym (pronounced "pay 'em"), will be integrated into customers' existing mobile banking …

Google Just Turned Gmail Into Pinterest

Tired of waves of daily ad spam? What if they looked more like Pinterest?<p>Gmail’s new-ish tabbed inbox offers the mechanized convenience of sorting all of your solicitations–your Groupons and Gap coupons–into one pile away from your more important email.<p>Right now, that pile–called the Promotions …

PayPal Launches Food Payment Services in the UK

PayPal has switched the Pay At Table and Order Ahead features in its iOS app on in Europe, starting with the UK, as TechCrunch reports.<p>The services relate to the food and restaurant business, and were first announced in the US last year. They do pretty much what you’d expect by their names: Pay At …

Big data retailing offers tailor-made shopping for all

<b>Imagine everything being known about you the minute you walk in to a department store - your name, measurements, purchase history in-store and online, even your views on life, the universe and everything.</b><p>Special Report: The Technology of Business<p>Crime fighting with big data weapons<p>Big data puts the …

eCommerce

Facing the new Big Bang: The IoT’s identity onslaught

In the future, nearly everything will have an identity. Seemingly ordinary objects will tell us when they’re lost, dry, wet, hot, thirsty, empty or …

Mixpanel: iOS 7 Adoption At 90%, While Android Kit Kat Remains At Under 10%

Mobile analytics firm Mixpanel has iOS 7 adoption covering the vast majority of Apple mobile devices, with its real-time adoption stat tracker showing between 88 and 90 percent of devices on the latest major revision of iOS based on hourly browsing data. By comparison, you can see that according to …

How To Get More Women In Tech And Business

Last week a good friend in the VC space came into town and invited me to a tech cocktail hour held by a local incubator. I am rarely able to attend local events in Dallas because I am often on the road due to speaking engagements, but since I was in town, I gladly went. The first thing which struck …

Health data boom heralds new era of personalised medicine

<b>We are moving from a world where we treat illnesses to one where we predict and prevent them, advised by mobile doctors in our pockets.</b><p>Special Report: The Technology of Business<p>Helping feed the world with big data<p>Bad guys v the data defenders<p>Big Data: Are you ready for blast-off?<p>Lotus F1 Team looks …

Medical Technology