Google Search removes ‘mobile-friendly’ label, will start negatively ranking mobile interstitials in 2017
(via VentureBeat) Google today announced two updates to mobile search results: an aesthetic one rolling out now and an algorithmic one coming next year. The former consists of removing the “mobile-fRead More ..
(via HBR.org…) Just how personal do customers want their experience to be with a company when making a purchase? A few years ago, customers might have said that a company’s attempts to offer aRead More ..
(via VentureBeat) VB LIVE: Omnichannel is one of those words you may love to hate. But love or hate it, reaching customers effectively wherever they are, using whichever device they choose in the momeRead More ..
(via VentureBeat) GUEST: Artificial intelligence and natural language processing (NLP) have already come a long way, yet many users tend to focus on the limitations of these technologies and are quicRead More ..
A Nobel Prize-winning psychologist pinpoints the hiring problem even major companies like Google can’t solve
(via Business Insider) Sean Gallup/Getty Images When Daniel Kahneman was 22 years old, he served in the Israeli Defense Forces and helped improve their interviewing process for new recruits. The sysRead More ..
(via VentureBeat) GUEST: Since I was a young girl studying computer science and engineering in India, I’ve always been interested in exploring how science and technology can help solve real-world prRead More ..
(via Engadget) MIT hates overcrowded networks just as much as you do, and its CSAIL division has made two breakthroughs that could clear up the data pipes. To begin with, it’s developing programRead More ..
(via Engadget) Why don’t you get a response to every email you write? It’s possible your recipient is busy. Maybe it didn’t reach them. Or maybe, just maybe, you didn’t write aRead More ..
(via Make) Intel announced the most comprehensive robotic sensor for makers yet: Euclid – a RealSense plug-and-play PC the size of a candy bar that adds sensors, communication, and computing capabilRead More ..
(via HBR.org…) When organizations first become aware of a major problem with a product or service, one with important consequences for consumers or the environment, they face a dilemma. Should tRead More ..
(via HBR.org…) Companies that grow face a predictable problem: over time, the business becomes way too complex for its own good. I see this a lot in companies that have moved heavily into whatRead More ..