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    1. 17 Tools Your Marketing Cannot Do Without in 2017

      17 Tools Your Marketing Cannot Do Without in 2017

      In the past decade, Marketing has gained access to a host of SaaS tools that optimize, simplify, and generally improve marketing efforts. Some, like Google's suite of tools, or Facebook's advertising options, have been around for a few years now—an eternity in Internet time—and you're probably already using them. Others are much newer, often with abstract names that don't necessarily reveal how powerful they really are. What marketing tools should your company be using right now?

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      Mentions: Adobe Google SEO
    2. There’s An Entirely New Way Of Mapping The World, And It’s Brilliant

      There’s An Entirely New Way Of Mapping The World, And It’s Brilliant

      For centuries, people have relied on the same types of maps. Whether a map is interactive or hand-colored in a book, it offers latitude and longitude as the key indexes for getting from point A to point B. But designer and software engineer Peter Liu thinks he’s come up with an entirely new way to think about mapping. What if our maps were arranged by time, instead of space?

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      Mentions: Google Maps
    3. Apple Watch connectivity will cost you extra (and other fine print from Apple’s big event)

      Apple Watch connectivity will cost you extra (and other fine print from Apple’s big event)

      When Apple holds a big event to announce new products–as it did yesterday for the iPhone X, iPhone 8, Apple Watch Series 3, and Apple TV 4K–the company tends to avoid negativity. Any downsides or trade-offs in Apple’s latest products only start trickling out after the event is over, when product pages go live and the press starts asking questions.

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      Mentions: Apple Inc.
    4. OracleVoice: Enterprise AI: Why Should You Care?

      OracleVoice: Enterprise AI: Why Should You Care?

      Business leaders often tell me they feel barraged by technology vendors touting their latest shiny thing as “disruptive” and “game changing.” Some technologies, like internet and mobile, did turn out to be powerful forces that transformed how we do business. But other technologies, not so much. As someone who has worked a full career at the intersection of business and technology, I’ve learned to be extremely judicious and selective when making my case for a new enterprise technology.

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    5. Source: A “Sense Of Panic” At Apple As The Next Flagship iPhone’s Software Problems Persist

      Source: A “Sense Of Panic” At Apple As The Next Flagship iPhone’s Software Problems Persist

      June was a tense month for the engineers and designers on Apple’s iPhone team with “a sense of panic in the air,” a source with knowledge of the situation tells me. The company has been working feverishly to fix software problems in its hotly anticipated 10th-anniversary iPhone that could ultimately cause production and delivery delays, the source says. If the software problems aren’t resolved quickly, the new flagship iPhone could even launch with major features disabled.

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    6. The Next iPhone May Not Start At $1,200, But It Will Be Very Expensive

      The Next iPhone May Not Start At $1,200, But It Will Be Very Expensive

      Gruber argues that Apple has always had to use components in its phones that were mature and could be manufactured in enough quantity to support the device’s massive sales. That meant that newer, cutting-edge features (like wireless charging and bright OLED screens) couldn’t be used in new phones, putting Apple at a real disadvantage versus the competition. “The best available iPhone should be, at least arguably, the best phone in the world,” Gruber writes.

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      Mentions: Samsung Apple Inc.
    7. As Apple Seeks To Please News Publishers, Users Worry About An Ad Influx

      As Apple Seeks To Please News Publishers, Users Worry About An Ad Influx

      Today Apple’s News app is relatively uncluttered by ads. Actually there are very few ads anywhere. Part of the reason for that is that publishers that contribute content to the app can’t use their own ad tech to inject ads into the content. Publishers (like Fast Company, for instance) want to put their content where the eyeballs are, and the News app has them–47 million per month according to Comscore–but have complained of having no way to make money from it.

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      Mentions: Apple Inc.
    8. 10 Top Designers On The iPhone’s Real Legacy

      10 Top Designers On The iPhone’s Real Legacy

      In retrospect, even Jobs’s penchant for hyperbole greatly undersold the iPhone’s importance. Over the next decade, the iPhone became so powerful, ubiquitous, and usable that it birthed entire companies like Uber, Snapchat, and Tinder. It changed how we laugh, how we hook up, and how we work. What did the world’s designers think of the original iPhone?

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      Mentions: Samsung Adobe At&T
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