Building Gaming Keyboard 2.0: Bigger, Better, Oranger

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The last time I built a gaming board, I tried to keep it a little on the conservative side. This time, I wanted to go all-out and build something visually striking without ending up with a neon stealth fighter.

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It's Time for Comcast to Get Off the Wireless Fence


Comcast tried to give wireless a go several years ago. It failed. It pulled out of wireless, sold its spectrum and was done. Now, wireless has expanded and changed, and competitors like AT&T’s U-verse and DirecTV are using wireless to deliver television programming. I’ll bet Comcast now wishes it never sold off its wireless spectrum. So, what can we expect from the company going forward in the wireless space? If it jumps in again, will it be successful this time around?
Comcast recently acknowledged it was weighing its options in wireless.

The original article can be found here: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/83876.html?rss=1

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Loyalty Failures


Software vendors and their business customers have tried many things to increase customer loyalty, but they have been disappointed more often than not. Rewards, delight, and daily deals were good ideas to help spur customer loyalty. Unfortunately, they weren’t enough to move the loyalty needle in today’s highly competitive markets.
Some businesses have rechristened their rewards programs as “loyalty” programs. Changing the name isn’t going to change the basic customer-facing process, though, and rewards programs often reward the wrong thing.

The original article can be found here: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/83571.html?rss=1

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Apple reportedly set to reuse the Apple Watch design in next iteration

There’s nothing necessarily wrong with sticking with a tried and true design – just look at the HTC One series or the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S7 – but with more attractive circular Android Wear watches, the Gear S2, and so many other compelling options, refinement and improvement seems to be the name of the game when it comes to the smartwatch market. Not so for Apple though, at least if recent rumors are to be believed. Reportedly, the Apple Watch 2 will look the same on the outside with internal upgrades only.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/04/15/apple-reportedly-set-to-reuse-apple-watch-design-in-next-iteration.html

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8 million Instagram followers means this

If you’ve ever tried to get a response from your favorite sports star on social media and never heard back, this is probably why.


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CES: Sony debuts high-tech turntable, super-thin TVs, 4K video camera

Sony tried to wow CES 2016 attendees Tuesday night with a novel turntable, a new video camera, and an ultra-thin big-screen TV.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/01/06/ces-sony-debuts-high-tech-turntable-super-thin-tvs-4k-video-camera.html

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And the Dish Ran Away With T-Mobile?


T-Mobile, which has tried unsuccessfully several times over the years to get acquired, is now in talks with Dish, according to press reports. The purchase price and possible cash-stock mix that could pay for the deal remain to be thrashed out. The two companies reportedly are planning a merger with Dish CEO Charlie Ergen to chair the new company and T-Mobile head John Legere (shown here) to be its CEO, but nothing has really been settled. The deal’s likely to go ahead, said Sam Rosen, a practice director at ABI Research.

The original article can be found here: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/82140.html?rss=1

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Stanford researchers develop method for tracking mobile devices using battery charge data

Privacy advocates have long tried to educate consumers on the perils of giving apps access to GPS data, but a group of Stanford researchers has developed a method to infer a device’s location from a seemingly much more innocuous source — battery charge information.



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Move over Doom: Quake is running on oscilloscopes

Quake on oscilloscope
We’ve seen Doom on dozens of various devices, but few people have tried similar tricks with Quake. If you’ve ever wanted to play one of the most influential FPS games in history on 1960s state-of-the-art technology, now’s your chance.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/computing/196577-move-over-doom-quake-is-running-on-oscilloscopes

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