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Change From the Stereotype Gym Sessions toa More Beneficial Alternative

So, when was the last time you went to measure your weight? If you have the tendency of being overweight and want to shed a few kilos, then it is important to either start exercising or looking for an alternative that would provide the same results as going to the gym. And, truth is, there are several health products in ... Read More »

LG Provides Two New Standalone Screens for the MacBook Pro

The Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) event recently announced updates to the MacBook Pro, but there wasn’t a new standalone display. For this, Apple has decided to go with LG (KRX:066570) and a pair of premium 4K and 5K high-resolution displays. A Look at the New UltraFine MacBook Pro Displays The LG UltraFine 27-inch 5K monitor, and the LG UltraFine 21.5-inch 4K monitor ... Read More »

The First LG Laptops Are on Their Way to the U.S. Market

LG, the Korean electronics giant known for its smartphones, appliances and tablets is bringing its first laptops to the U.S. market. The company announced the release of the Gram series of laptops in a press release recently. The machines, named Gram to highlight their light weight, are available in 13-inch and 14-inch models. The 13-inch model has 128GB of storage, ... Read More »

Social media’s hot new trend is actually from the ’90s

Houseparty MORE ON: APPS Women hate d–k pics as much as men like sending them De Blasio using tax money to fund app tracking his campaign promises Now the whole world is one big Pinterest board Your smartphone apps might be secretly leaking your info Remember when you’d fall asleep while instant messaging your friends into the early hours of ... Read More »

Six Predictions For The Biggest Social Media Trends Of 2017 — And How Marketers Can Take Advantage

POST WRITTEN BY Forbes Communication Council Communications, PR, public affairs & media relations executives from Forbes Communications Council share firsthand insights. Social media is constantly evolving, and 2017 has already seen many new trends on the rise. So which of these trends should marketers be paying attention to in the coming months to keep their accounts on the cutting edge ... Read More »

The royal twitterati: how the monarchy learned to love social media

The Queen has official Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube platforms. Her YouTube channel has existed for a decade. Photograph: WPA Pool/Getty Images View more sharing options Shares 19 Caroline Davies Thursday 16 February 2017 18.37 GMTLast modified on Thursday 16 February 2017 22.00 GMT The Queen almost never takes to Twitter personally – just twice, it seems – but for her aides, ... Read More »

SPECIAL REPORT: THE CHANGING ROLE OF SOCIAL MEDIA

Social media never played a bigger role than it did in this past presidential election. (Shutterstock) By Brian Taff Updated 2 hrs 14 mins ago PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — Social media never played a bigger role than it did in this past presidential election. Now as we settle into 2017 what role will these platforms play? Well, for all the talk ... Read More »

2016 Is the Year Small Businesses Must Develop Mobile Apps

Apps are no longer considered merely a “branding exercise” for small businesses. Business owners are becoming wise to the marketing power a well-designed, intuitive app can bring. From simplifying online purchases to providing easy-to-access information, the benefits are undeniable which is why small businesses must develop mobile apps to stay competitive. Why Small Businesses Must Develop Mobile Apps In previous years, ... Read More »

The Future of Mobile Marketing: Smartphones and Augmented Reality

With each new year, marketers continue to say that mobile marketing is going to be huge. Has the time already come, or are there more developments in mobile marketing and technology yet to be seen? Mobile is one of the most innovative technology platforms out today, and with about 50% of mobile users (and 70% of affluent customers) owning a ... Read More »

Is the Mobile App Already Dead? comScore Says We’re Nearing “Peak App” (INFOGRAPHIC)

Barring Facebook, Messenger, Instagram and other hugely successful names, many apps are actually rarely used or even downloaded by mobile device owners. Yet many businesses spend considerable time and resources creating apps to engage customers. A new study from comScore now says we’re nearing the “Peak App” moment, which suggests businesses should revisit their mobile app strategy. Highlights of the comScore ... Read More »