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What is the Next Big Thing in Social Media in 2015?

What is the next big thing in social networking? It could be you. We can help you get a better Google, YouTube, Alexa or Instagram ranking. Mohr Publicity is a public relations agency built for the digital universe. We have been in business since 1997 … Continue reading → The post What is the Next Big Thing in Social Media in 2013? appeared first on Mohr Publicity Shopping Cart .

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How Has the iPhone Changed Human Behavior?

How has the iPhone changed human behavior and culture? originally appeared on Quora – the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights . Answer by Shara Tibken , Senior Reporter at CNET, on Quora . The iPhone has completely changed the way we live . Would you even consider leaving your home without your smartphone today?

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How Far Will An Uber Driver Go To Get Five Stars From You?

One of the best parts of services like Uber is that the rating system keeps everyone pretty honest. The drivers get to rate the passengers, hopefully insuring that they won’t be obnoxious assholes. And the passengers get to rate the drivers, hopefully insuring a quality taxi experience. But how far do drivers go to get that five-star rating?

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The Nintendo Switch’s Mobility Is Sweet, But Its Lineup Has Us Worried

It’s a console and a mobile platform at the same time. It looks like it’ll be fun to play with friends. The controllers are weird and apparently comfortable to hold this time around. But will the Nintendo Switch’s lineup at least beat the unmitigated disaster that was the Wii U’s launch? Nintendo has been making a lot of promises since it announced the Switch in October. At its launch event Thursday night, we got to see more footage of “Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild” (which is what we all wanted, come on, admit it)   and the hype train chugged just a little faster.

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Let’s Go Humans

In the age of connectivity, big data and artificial intelligence (AI), the world is asking an existential question about the role men and women will play in our own future. To me, our role has never been more clear. Humans can and will dictate the terms by which technological innovations complement — not supplant — our work and our play. Indeed, we are the inspiration for our industry. Innovators work long hours and late nights to change our lives for the better.

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Aristotle Smart Kid Monitor by Mattel, Just Like A Mom…Minus All The Limbs

I happen to think I nailed the voices of Thing 1 and Thing 2 when I would read my kids The Cat In The Hat. Still, can I really compete with the Aristotle voice activated kids connected room hub that Mattel demoed for us at CES2017? Aristotle has professional voice actors and it has lights and crazy sound effects…how is a parent supposed to compete with that? I know, you are thinking, big deal – it just sounds like Amazon Echo for kids. While there are definitely similarities, the nabi Aristotle has eyes…in the form of a video camera that comes with the system.

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The Coolest Tech for Parents at CES 2017

CES 2017 represented a glimpse into the future and confirmation that technology is going to continue impacting every part of our lives. Products for families and babies, in particular, were impressively represented by the Family Tech Summit , Baby Tech Summit and Baby Tech Awards , which showcased the most innovative products that will be hitting shelves this year. As I walked the show floor, I was amazed by sheer number of products to see, hear about and ogle (with a fair amount of bemoaning where these products were when my kids were babies). Par for the course with CES, there was so much tech, too little time. But with a focus on tech that’s specifically geared towards families, here are my 12 picks from the show. The future is here, parents.

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This Robot Buddy Speaks In GIFs, Plays Music Requests And Dances

Back on December 7, 2016, Abhishek Singh promised Reddit that he was building a robot  that would respond to commands with GIFs. The post itself was a series of GIFs and photos showing the blueprints, design stages and components.  On Thursday, Singh released a video showing the fully functioning robot , named Peeqo, fitted with voice commands, emotive responses, and even the ability to sync with Spotify and play your music requests.  — This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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Greenpeace Says Netflix Binge-Watching May Not Be Good For The Environment

Our video streaming addiction might be affecting the world outside our living rooms more than we thought. Greenpeace released a report  on Monday rating video streaming companies by carbon footprint, and a couple big ones, including Netflix and Hulu, didn’t fare too well. That’s because all those “Stranger Things” and “Gilmore Girls” episodes are delivered to our phones, laptops and TVs via massive servers that use up a lot of energy, which can come from renewable sources or nonrenewable ones, like coal.  Although the company has made bold claims about its energy efficiency in the past ― stating that watching Netflix is greener than breathing ― it received an overall D grade. Hulu fared even worse with an F, while Amazon Prime received a C. Out of streaming companies included, YouTube (owned by Google, whose energy use the organization praises) earned the best grade ― an A. Greenpeace evaluated companies on factors including energy mix, commitments to renewable energy, transparency on energy sources and advocacy for clean energy.  Netflix declined to offer any comment on the report.  The company’s poor score is due in large part to its reliance on Amazon Web Services, which Greenpeace criticized for its “almost complete” lack of transparency about its energy footprint, and for operating in states such as Virginia that rely heavily on nonrenewable power.

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