As entire industries are disrupted by bold digital entrants and business models, more and more companies are at risk of extinction. Music, retailing, media, and travel are far along on this path, but we are also seeing similar patterns in more traditional industries, such as banking, agriculture, energy, healthcare, industrial goods, and manufacturing.
It’s a universal truth that there’s more than one meaning to just about every word. This is doubly true for industry lingo. If you’re just getting started in web design, you need to know what everything really means, if you want to get ahead.
I love my AirPods. People ask what I do when they fall out? Well, they don’t. People ask why I would spend $160 on something that cost $29 with a wire? I didn’t, they sound incredibly better than a pair of EarPods. I love Vlad’s review for being honest about something that audiophile’s love to hate. They’re not for everyone, but for me, and apparently for Vlad, they’re awesome.Read More
I get questions about what I know about Bitcoin, cryptocurrency, etc. and although I have very little firsthand knowledge or experience, I am a technologist and have done
quite a bit of research some reading.
Apple is finalizing a deal to acquire Shazam, the app that lets you identify songs, movies, and TV shows from an audio clip, according to TechCrunch. The deal is reportedly for $400 million, according to Recode, which also confirmed the news.
Being the apparent go-to for friends, family, and colleagues who only have time to read headline snippets everytime Apple introduces something or makes the news in any way, I’ve gotten lots of questions about Face ID.