Real-time email marketing company founded by Vivek Sharma and Michael Nutt, Movable Ink recently launched a service that could dynamically change emails after they have been sent out. The technology can change emails based on time of open, recipient’s current location, social cues, fast-moving inventory, and more, and works across all email clients (Gmail, Outlook, iPhone, Yahoo, etc) says Leena Rao Movable Ink creates a live container that can live inside emails, letting companies share current and relevant information from their websites with users based on time, location, social context and what kind of device they’re using. That allows emailsRead More
ClickFox has put together an infographic on the effectiveness of mobile apps for customer engagement. If you're deciding whether your business need a mobile app, you might want to take a look at this as additional data. If you're in dining, maybe not. If you're in mobile banking, and looking at an iOS app.
Webpagefx discovered that a certain amount of Spam emails is actually the equivalent to the level of Green House Gas (GHG) emissions released from driving 3 feet. Discover how far the number of 2010 spam emails can take you across the world! You’ll be shocked! They highlighted the nations most responsible for the furthered adverse impact of Spam’s GHG emissions on our environment. Only hope is that awareness may create change. And a great start to doing your part is by personally installing a spam filter on you’re own email account, forwarding spam emails to firstname.lastname@example.org,Read More
Dispatch is setting out to become a sort of Finder (or Windows Explorer) for the cloud. You enter your credentials for the various services you use online — Dropbox, Facebook, Gmail, Google Docs and so on — and it lets you browse through the files stored on each service from a single dashboard. You can view these files in a preview window, download them, or move them around between services by dragging and dropping files from one service’s folder into another. Dispatch.io was created at the TechCrunch Disrupt NY Hackathon 2011. It was created by a team of three, including 17Read More
Started by David Greschler (co-founder of Softricity App-V, and until recently, director of virtualization and cloud strategy at Microsoft) and Doug Brown (founder of popular virtualization site DABCC) PaperShare, a social content and information network for technology professionals. Information is now Social The idea behind PaperShare is to promote the sharing of enterprise-focused content, including technical white papers, videos, case studies and whatnot. More than merely a marketing channel, PaperShare wants to be a place where industry professionals can connect through information. It's a cloud service that allows people to find high-quality information about virtualization and cloud computing based onRead More
The iPhone 4S is now available from four U.S. carriers—AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Sprint, and C Spire—but if you'd rather not be saddled with a two-year contract from these providers, Apple today officially started selling an unlocked version of the device on its Web site. Apple’s globetrotting 4S comes with some hefty price tags. As expected, - base level 16GB iPhone 4S will run customers $649, (29,205 INR) - while the 32GB will cost $749 and (33,705 INR) - 64GB variants will cost $849 (38205 INR). The unlocked iPhone 4S will take a microSIM from any GSM provider the world over, but Apple makesRead More
The data center. Featuring state-of-the art technology, multiple millions of square feet of space, the requirement of holding billions of pieces of business and customer information. What goes into data center infrastructure? Think about rooftop arrays of solar panels generating as much as 4.5 megawatts of power. Lightning prevention systems that detract strikes from a 300 foot radius. Structures designed to withstand a category 5 earthquake. Check out Wikibon’s latest infographic, highlighting some of the innovative information behind five of North America’s largest data centers. via
iOS 5 has an auto-correct keyboard bar waiting to be discovered. Details of the feature, which is reported by 9to5Mac, were unearthed by Australian Sonny Dickson who got it working on his iPhone 4S, as the screenshot below shows, as well as as well as his iPad 2. 9to5Mac has the set-up process for anyone looking to follow in Sonny’s footsteps: 1. Download iBackupBot 2. Backup your iPhone/iPod in iTunes 3. Open iBackupBot and find the backup, then load it. 4. Find Library/Preferences/com.apple.keyboard.plist and open the file. (if your software isn’t registered you’ll have to press cancel and then it will open) 5. Add in theRead More
Meet writer turned knife maker Joel Bukiewicz of Cut Brooklyn. He talks about the human element of craft, and the potential for a skill to mature into an art. And in sharing his story, he alights on the real meaning of handmade—a movement whose riches are measured in people, not cash.