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The first screenshots of the new Microsoft Browser

Very few of us will mourn the death of Internet Explorer, Microsoft's default internet browser for their Windows operating system since (seemingly) the dawn of time. Edge, however, the browser set to usurp the ancient browser when Windows 10 ships...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Everything you need to know about Windows 10

As a Mac user (I went Mac and never went back around the tail end of 2006), I honestly had very little interest in Microsoft's Windows 10 event, which took place yesterday (January 21), and I wasn't the only one. The announcement alone left people...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Features

Turn up the volume on your brand identity

It’s obvious when you think about it. Your brand speaks to your audience. It occupies ‘mental space’ in the minds of your most loyal consumers. You NEED to know how it sounds to your customers. But you probably won’t find...

Posted by: ifour
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How AI can help us be more human again

From Leonardo da Vinci to the writer Zora Neale Hurston, artists throughout the ages have been inspired by muses. Today’s muses come in a very different form, however - like IBM cognitive computing system Watson. “It’s a new...

Posted by: LIDA
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Interviews on AI: Connecting Automation and Intelligence

Alongside my recent pieces, Tech Trends: AI in 2017 and Creative Opinions on AI, I also conducted a series of interviews with some varied and insightful industry figures about their own experiences, hopes, thoughts, feelings and fears regarding the...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Creative Opinions on AI

Dan Koren, Head of ADI at Wix.com, on how AI is creating a new market standard for web design. Currently, artificial intelligence is mainly associated with robotics and self-driving cars. Nonetheless, major advances in AI technology have opened the...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Creative Opinion: Thoughts on Branded Content for 2017

At K7, our role is to help creatives find, create and sell the hottest content around the world. Historically, our focus within that has always been with in what we’d now define as ‘classical television’; that largish screen we...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Conversation Commerce: How Uber taps into everything you see, do & use

Uber is huge. We all know it and are all probably aware on the impacts and disruptions its having in the cabbing world (Is that a term?.. it is now). Whilst researching Conversational Commerce, and the rise of how bots are linking with commercial...

Posted by: Tom Sharman
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#TechTuesday: Google, Google and more Google!

Google and Levi's create an interactive jacket! Levi's Commuter x Jacquard Google has teamed up with Levi's to create a jacket that can be used to control electronic devices. The jacket in question, the “Commuter” uses Google's unique...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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The Latest Highlights & Trends in Tech

Atlas is the adorable and terrifying faceless face of the future Atlas – The Next Generation Robotics company Boston Dynamics has developed a new version of its humanoid robot; “Atlas,” which can walk in snow, pick up heavy objects and even...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Shaping the Landscape: Technology Trends in 2016

In a supplemental piece to my weekly tech roundup from yesterday, I'll be looking forward and examining the trends that look set to take the tech world by storm this year. In many ways, whilst it was a fine year indeed, 2015 didn’t see many...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Apple WWDC Keynote 2015: The Highlights

I sat down to watch Apple's WWDC15 keynote speech last night with a certain degree of trepidation. On one hand, the company was unlikely to make any dramatic announcements having only just released the surprisingly successful Apple Watch, but on the...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Top 5 Highlights from Google I/O 2015 Keynote

Yesterday, when the rest of the world's attention was focused squarely on the (admittedly abhorrent) FIFA scandal, die-hard nerds such as myself has our attention fixed not towards Sep Blatter's crumbling ivory tower, but to San Francisco. Google's...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Credible rumours suggest that Windows 9 will launch in 2015

Windows 8 was far from the success story that Microsoft likely envisioned. By almost completely forgetting their roots and attempting to stitch together their desktop and mobile into some kind of bizarre Frankenstein's monster of an operating system...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns

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