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CES 2013: The TV Manifesto–The Battle for the Living Room is OVER and the War for the Consumer is ON!

CES 2013: The TV Manifesto–The Battle for the Living Room is OVER and the War for the Consumer is ON!

The reality has begun to sink in: The home is part of a larger war involving engagement of the consumer — and companies battling just to dominate consumer engagement in… Read more »

Despite Privacy Concerns, Users Not Leaving Google

Despite Privacy Concerns, Users Not Leaving Google

Despite serious concerns about aggregation of personal data for more targeted advertising, users are not leaving Google products. DWR surveyed more than 60 Google users in the past week to… Read more »

Want to work in video games? Work at Amazon.

Want to work in video games? Work at Amazon.

One company that is hiring aggressively in video games in the United States? Sony? No. Microsoft? No. Nintendo? No. Amazon? Yes. Really. Amazon. So what is the strategy? Ponder why… Read more »

Opt-out of Google?

Opt-out of Google?

Is Google at a perilous inflection point with personal data? The short answer is yes. The longer answer is probably “yes, but depends on how old you are.” After reviewing… Read more »

CES 2012: The TV Manifesto

CES 2012: The TV Manifesto

The quick and dirty take on the news from the TV manufacturers is that it was bifurcated by region—most of the news from the Japanese manufactures had already been previewed… Read more »

Generation Me: TV is … stuff found online

Generation Me: TV is … stuff found online

Gen M: What is a TV for anyways? Trouble ahead  for TV makers with no Internet-based partnerships 1. Watch TV? What TV? It’s just video content. For Generation Me consumers,… Read more »

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