• Apple's Great App Store Sales May Not Signify Much

    Apple's Great App Store Sales May Not Signify Much

    Games -- including such titles as Monster Strike, Fantasy Westward, Cash Royale and Pokemon Go were among the top-grossing apps, Apple said.The Apple App Store now lists 2.
  • Which Wireless Carrier Is Best for You?

    Which Wireless Carrier Is Best for You?

    Which wireless carrier is best?Many studies are undertaken every year, and while they are interesting and accurate, they often are not that useful in selecting the best carrier for you.
  • Customer Service Takes a Turn

    Customer Service Takes a Turn

    There's an interesting article about customer service agents in the latest Harvard Business Review, authored by Matthew Dixon and associates at CEB, that I think is worth a look.It's widely understood that new customer service channels such as social, email, knowledge bases and the like have left the service agent with harder problems to solve.
  • Engagio CEO Jon Miller: How to Land a Whale

    Engagio CEO Jon Miller: How to Land a Whale

    CRM Buyer: In what ways is account-based marketing related to account-based sales, sales development and customer success?If you're fishing with spears, a human is at the tip of the spear.
  • Bitcoin Rides the Uncertainty Wave

    Bitcoin Rides the Uncertainty Wave

    The price of bitcoin soared to a new three-year high on Monday, surpassing the US$1,000 mark for the first time, in response to economic and geopolitical uncertainty in China following the U.The price of bitcoin stood at more than $1,025 in late trading on Tuesday, after rising to nearly $1,030, according to data from CoinDesk.
  • Evernote Toes the Privacy Line

    Evernote Toes the Privacy Line

    Caught off guard by a huge backlash, Evernote recently abandoned its plan to let staffers read customer notes under certain circumstances.In agreeing to Evernote's policies, customers did give the company permission to back up data, send data over a network, index data for search, and display it over various devices.
  • Apple, Ireland Balk at EU's Bill for Back Taxes

    Apple, Ireland Balk at EU's Bill for Back Taxes

    The two recently filed a formal appeal of the EC's decision ordering Apple to pay nearly US$14 billion in back taxes, based on its finding that Ireland had given Apple several illegal tax breaks.The commission this summer found that Ireland had allowed Apple to determine its tax based on the activities of its subsidiary firms, Apple Sales International and Apple Sales Europe, which are incorporated in Ireland.
  • Minecraft - Pocket Edition v0.11.0 | Download APK For Free (Android Apps)

    Minecraft - Pocket Edition v0.11.0 | Download APK For Free (Android Apps)

    Its a best computer game now it comes to phones enjoy Play the biggest update to Minecraft: Pocket Edition so far!# Many Modes #  Survival #  Creative modes, #  multiplayer over a local Wi-Fi network, # infinite worlds, caves, new biomes, mobs, villages and lots more.
  • Softbank Pumps $1B Into Global Web Access Race

    Softbank Pumps $1B Into Global Web Access Race

    Softbank has cut a check for US$1 billion to OneWeb, which plans to build a constellation of satellites to provide Internet access to underserved parts of the world, the companies announced Monday.The company plans to start with a fleet of 750 satellites.
  • 2017: AI's Coming Out Party

    2017: AI's Coming Out Party

    Artificial intelligence will be having a big coming out party in 2017.A growing number of companies are using AI in their advertising and marketing in a bid to attract early investors and media attention.
  • Radius CEO Darian Shirazi: Solve for Data Decay

    Radius CEO Darian Shirazi: Solve for Data Decay

    Darian Shirazi is the CEO of Radius.In this exclusive interview, CRM Buyer discusses with Shirazi how companies can turn complex data into actionable insights.
  • Sales, Marketing Poised for AI Revolution

    Sales, Marketing Poised for AI Revolution

    However, only 26 percent were very confident they understood how AI was used in marketing, and only 10 percent said they already were using it.Fifty-six percent expected more detailed analyses of marketing campaigns, while 53 percent expected AI to identify prospective customers, and 53 percent expected it to expedite daily tasks.
  • Cloud Enters Mainstream in Federal IT Investment Plans

    Cloud Enters Mainstream in Federal IT Investment Plans

    There has been significant progress in federal cloud adoption, noted immixGroup, at its Government IT Sales Summit last month.There is wide interest in cloud computing among federal agencies, based on the results of a survey of 100 federal IT managers, which Dell EMC Federal released last month.
  • Tech Leaders, Trump Team Search for Common Ground

    Tech Leaders, Trump Team Search for Common Ground

    There appears to be some optimism in the air following Wednesday's highly anticipated sit-down between the Trump transition team and more than a dozen top Silicon Valley executives at Trump Tower.PayPal cofounder and noted Trump supporter Peter Thiel also was in attendance, functioning as the key liaison between the incoming administration and largely pro-Clinton Silicon Valley contingent.
  • FCC's Tom Wheeler Hitting the Road

    FCC's Tom Wheeler Hitting the Road

    United States Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler on Thursday announced that he will leave the agency he helmed for the past three years on Jan.Prior to joining the FCC, Wheeler served as managing director for Core Capital Partners, a venture capital firm that helped fund companies that were developing Internet Protocol-based technology.
  • Amazon Prime Air Zips Through British Countryside

    Amazon Prime Air Zips Through British Countryside

    There are dozens of major commercial airports across America, and considering its history of aviation-related security issues, management of commercial drones is much more challenging.55 pounds and 55 pounds, as several safety incidents have occurred with drones flying into commercial airspace or other restricted areas.
  • Salesforce Releases Texting Customer Service Chatbot

    Salesforce Releases Texting Customer Service Chatbot

    Salesforce on Tuesday released LiveMessage, a chatbot that lets enterprises users engage customers through messaging apps such as Facebook Messenger, SMS or MMS directly within its Service Cloud.Businesses can add messaging capabilities to their existing toll-free customer service phone numbers and be up and running on Facebook Messenger and SMS, or both, within a day, Salesforce said.
  • Facebook Investors Slam Zuckerberg, Andreessen

    Facebook Investors Slam Zuckerberg, Andreessen

    The suit alleges that Andreessen, the founder of Netscape and Zuckerberg's long-time mentor, secretly tipped off the CEO about concerns raised by other members of Facebook's board of directors while Zuckerberg was in the process of getting the company shares reclassified so he could maintain control.They worked to protect Zuckerberg's interests at the expense of shareholders, according to the complaint filed in the Court of Chancery in the state of Delaware.
  • Trump, Tech Bigwigs to Meet Wednesday

    Trump, Tech Bigwigs to Meet Wednesday

    Some of high-tech's heaviest hitters will be in New York City Wednesday to meet with President-elect Donald J.A number of high-profile tech players reportedly have not been invited or can't make the meeting.
  • LinkedIn Begins New Chapter Under Microsoft's Wing

    LinkedIn Begins New Chapter Under Microsoft's Wing

    Integration of the companies' products is under way: "Working across private and public sectors, we can create more opportunity for everyone to participate and share in economic growth," Nadella said.For example, bringing LinkedIn profiles into the overall intelligence of account management could drive "much more intelligent selling," she told the E-Commerce Times.