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Cobblers, the Note 7, and Crisis Management

November 8, 2016 |

Once upon a time, a cobbler lived in a village not too far from where you are now. He was quite skilled at his craft; in fact, there was one year where he even outsold a quite renowned cobbler a few villages over. This was thanks in part to a beautiful new pair of shoes he constructed that same year, and they were truly the talk of the townsfolk. “The best in all the land!” the people sang. One evening, there was a grand ball in the biggest village, and all the fair maidens (and gentlemen too) wore these shoes. The night was simply superb until a stroke of bad luck made it so a large number of the shoes spontaneously burst into flame.
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The (Eventual) Death of the Password

April 30, 2014 |

Recently, Samsung released their new Galaxy S5 complete with a fingerprint reader. This fingerprint scanner doesn’t simply unlock your phone; it also logs you in to PayPal, which then connects you to multiple different payment systems. Through this, you’ll no longer need a password to gain access to many mobile sites while surfing the web on your smart phone. Read More

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Jay Z & Samsung: Success or Failure?

August 5, 2013 |

On July 3, one million Samsung mobile users were able to download Jay Z’s latest album, Magna Carta Holy Grail, completely for free and listen to 72 hours before its official release date, allowing it to go platinum before it was even technically for sale. Read More

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Google Chromebook: Nothing but the Web

August 26, 2011 |

Google first announced the availability of two Chromebooks, based on Google’s Chrome OS on May 11, 2011, at the Google I/O Developer Conference in San Francisco, California. Read More

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