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Content Insider #528 - Tomorrow's Customer By Miles Weston Ensuring your marketing messages resonate with customers and potential customers isn't just nice for marketing management it's important if you want to keep your job. And in line with that millenials are important. But if you want them to get involved with technology show them how easy it is for Gen Zers to take the solution and use it immediately. If you want to know what product trends will really take off take a close look at the people who don't consider them "new" because they were here when they were born. Teens and tweens give you a clear hint as to what works and what doesn't. All you have to do is pay attention. ...Read More »
16 SEO FAQS Making your website SEO friendly can be quite a daunting task to lots of web developers and designers, especially because the dos and don'ts are constantly changing, keeping companies on their toes. SEOjury offers a list of some of the most important SEO tips to help you keep your website higher up the rankings ...Read More »
How Windows 10 is cutting off older PCs By IDG.TV Microsoft has confirmed that a group of Windows devices running older Atom processors cannot upgrade past the Anniversary Update. Could more Windows hardware be left behind as it ages? PCWorld editors Mark Hachman and Melissa Riofrio hash it out. ...Read More »
Tech Talk: The latest on Azure Stack, cyberattacks, the next iPhone and ... keyboards By IDG.TV Get the details on Microsoft's new Azure Stack, why cyberattacks never seem to end, the fate of Apple's Touch ID and why QWERTY keyboards are now tech relics. ...Read More »
What is Microsoft Azure Stack? | Tech Talk Ep 1 By IDG.TV Learn the ins and outs of Microsoft's upcoming private cloud offering, Azure Stack, as editors discuss its expected benefits and drawbacks. ...Read More »
Who's responsible for cloud security? | Tech Talk Ep 1 By IDG.TV IDG editors talk about the common misperceptions about public cloud storage, including who's ultimately responsible for data security. ...Read More »
How Quantum computing with DNA storage will affect your health By Taran Volckhausen The fundamentals of quantum mechanics don't permit you to store information on the quantum-computing machine itself. While you could convert its data for storage on traditional devices, such as the solid-state hard drive, you would need to process an nearly infinite amount of information, which would require an impossible amount of space and energy to achieve. However, there could be a solution, but it requires us to look within. Not in a hippy-dippy "finding yourself" sort of way, but rather the double helix code found in humans and almost all other organisms: DNA. ...Read More »
How we connect to computers: The future of the keyboard By IDG.TV QWERTY keyboards are so 1860 -- but that hasn't stopped most people from relying on them when using desktops and laptops. Multi-touch, VR and AR could soon change that. Computerworld's Ken Mingis, Network World's Brandon Butler, CSO's Fahmida Rashid and Macworld's Mike Simon weigh in on where things are going. ...Read More »
Intel lets slip Core i9 12-core clock speed and it ain't pretty By IDG.TV Intel hasn't announced clock speeds for the Core i9 7920X, but we found them in the price list. ...Read More »
AMD Threadripper price, Ryzen 3 details, Vega FE performance, and more | The Full Nerd Ep 26 By IDG.TV Gordon, Brad, and Adam are joined once again by special guest Alaina Yee to go over some of the hottest news stories of the week. Including Threadripper pricing, Ryzen 3 details, Vega Frontier Edition performance, and more. Ask all the questions you want in the chat and be sure to subscribe to the audio version on iTunes and Google Play. https://soundcloud.com/thefullnerd ...Read More »

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