Nikon D850 Field-Tested: Possibly the Best DSLR Ever

Nikon D850

While the Nikon D850 is not the fastest, or the highest-resolution, DSLR ever made, its combination of solid performance and stunning image quality makes it one of the best ever. I’ve been shooting with one since the day it came out, and so far I’m very pleased.

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Hands on with Lenovo’s unique Yoga Book convertible tablet: Is it time for an Android laptop?

Lenovo Yoga Book product shot

Lenovo’s Yoga Book is a unique combination of tablet computer, physical keyboard, pressure-sensitive tablet, and Livescribe-like pen. Its sleek design and small form factor make it worth a look for anyone considering a note-taking appliance.

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Autonomous taxis: Why you may never own a self-driving car

Nissan Renault prototype autonomous vehicle
The combination of ride-hailing and ride-sharing solutions with autonomous vehicles may revolutionize personal transportation by making vehicle sharing the norm, rather than the exception.

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Square launches Appointments iPhone app for booking, managing clients

Mobile payment firm Square on Thursday launched Square Appointments, a combination service and iPhone app for businesses dependent on client bookings.

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Profiteers flipping iPhone 6 units to Chinese reportedly to blame for fight at Apple Store

A combination of iPhone 6 launch supply constraints and a modified international rollout schedule have reportedly resulted in a fistfight at a Connecticut Apple Store, where out-of-town groups looking to profit on gray market resales vied for the short-stocked smartphone.



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Sales Reach: A Marketing Tool for Reps


I was impressed by the announcement by Salesforce.com last week of a new product combination it calls “Sales Reach.” It’s supposed to be a mashup of sorts between Sales Cloud, Pardot and Communities functionality that helps reps run micro-campaigns, perform nurturing and develop communities. As someone who once carried a bag for a living, my reaction was, “Oh happy day!” While marketing automation has taken the industry by storm over the last couple of years, I don’t know any business that generates all of the leads a sales person needs.

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