How much is something worth? Exactly as much as someone is willing to pay. The next question: how many people do you want to be willing to pay? Sometimes products are overpriced, and thankfully customers make that clear by not buying that item. Case in point: even though TAG’s new Connected Watch is cool, $1,500 might be a bit much to entice many people to purchase it.
Speaking Startup can be tough, but this week we walk you through all the terms you need to know to help you get prepared for the new year.
Apple creates a touching iPad commercial, Techcrunch teaches us how to speak startup, Google share the top 10 searches of 2014, we give a brief history of Yahoo!, Blackberry gives up with the “Classic”, Lift adds personal coaching to their already awesome app, TAG Heuer is working on a smart watch, T-Mobile lets you roll over your data, a double amputee named Les Baugh gets two arms back, X-Plane releases to new iOS game, Tesla opens their first battery swap station, and Circle the Dot proves to be a fun iOS game.
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- How To Sell an iPad
- How To Speak Startup
- Google’s Top 10 Searches of 2014
- A Year in Search: the moments that defined 2014
- Goal-Tracking And Self-Improvement App Lift Adds Personal Coaching, Raises $1.1M More
- Uncarrier 8: T-Mobile lets you store, roll over your data
- BlackBerry’s “Classic” Throwback
- Hardware Is A Side Project For BlackBerry Today
- TAG Heuer Is Working On A Smartwatch
- A Brief History Of Yahoo!
- X-Plane for iOS
- A Double Amputee Get’s Two Arms Back
- There’s No Longer Enough Time To Grab A Steak While Charging Your Car
- Circle the Dot for iOS
Happy 4th of July! We celebrate our freedom this week by taking a look at technology (that’s what we do every week).
We start with exciting news that Community will be coming to Yahoo, NASA is really going to Mars, we can now 3D print blood vessels, the EU is celebrating their right to be forgotten by Google, we’ve invented incredibly strong magnets, we only use about 24 apps a month, digital book sales are outpacing paper books, Apple is going to launch an iWatch and the AP is publishing stories by robots.
- Record Breaking Magnet Has 3 Tons Of Force At The Size Of A Golf Ball
- ‘Community’ to Return for Season 6 on Yahoo Screen
- Apple’s New Parenting Commercial Is About So Much More Than Parenting
- Researchers Can “Print” Blood Vessels
- Thanks To “Right To Be Forgotten,” Google Now Censors The Press In The EU
- The EU’s “right to be forgotten” is a bad idea, and Google is handling it exactly the right way
- Google reverses decision to delete British newspaper links
- An Upper Limit For Apps? New Data Suggests Consumers Only Use Around Two Dozen Apps Per Month
- US book publishers now make more money from online sales than physical stores
- The AP Is Using Robots To Write Earnings Reports
- Apple Hired TAG Heuer Sales Director
- NASA Gives Go Ahead For Deep Space Rocket