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Vimeo’s update for its video-making app is aimed at promoting indie musicians.
The rise of cord cutters can be closely linked to the proliferation of mobile devices.
The architect, investor and author “takes you on a journey through the last 30 years of tech,” highlighting interfaces and innovations he predicted three decades ago.
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Razorfish defines always-on marketing (AOM) as data-driven, content-led experiences, delivered across channels and devices in real time.
When NBC and Hulu passed on producing a sixth season of Community, Yahoo stepped in. But will the gamble pay off?