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Archive for Video – Page 4

Don’t be useless! People are only enjoying one-third of your tweets. Here are some tips to help

I recently appeared on HLN to talk about a shocking statistic—that people only care about, on average, one third of all tweets. What does this mean? 66% of your attempts at communicating on Twitter are useless! But don’t despair, I’ve got some quick tips to help you tweet about the stuff that matters, so check […]

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CUBED: Road Warrior

In my latest CUBED video for American Express OPEN Forum, I meet up with Theresa Nickels, a marketing contractor and road warrior who spends her days traveling between coffee shops, Internet cafes and on the road to meet with clients all over the map. I take a look at some of the areas she’s having […]

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Hands-on Look at Corning’s Gorilla Glass 2: The Same Durability, 20% Thinner

At CES we had a chance to meet with Jon Pesansky, a Senior Product Engineer at Corning. Jon was there as part of a large push by Corning to get the word out about Gorilla Glass 2. Many of you are probably already familiar with Gorilla Glass—it can currently be found on a variety of […]

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Can Ruggedized Tech Save You Time and Money? @MarioArmstrong’s Latest Video Takes a Look!

In Mario’s latest video for American Express OPEN Forum, he heads to a car repair business to take a look at how they’re losing time AND money due to a lack of a good technical solution to put a phone and a computer on the work floor. It’s not as easy a problem to solve […]

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$2300 CONTEST: Staples Carries the Tech You Need!

If you’ve been glued to the set today or listening to radio on the way to work, you’ve probably heard from Mario Armstrong—he’s bringing a message from Staples with holiday gift ideas and this little tech giveaway he’s doing where the grand prize is a measly $2,300 in tech goodies. But it’s not just the […]

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Livescribe Echo Smartpen is the coolest business tool

For the last week I’ve been using a Livescibe Echo smartpen, and I flat-out love it.  When Livescribe gave me their 8gb version to demo, I have to admit I was dubious at first; I spend a lot of time banging away on a keyboard, and I was pretty sure that the pen and the […]

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Some Tips for Staying Safe with your Digital Wallet

Mobile wallets are a hot topic right now, and the #1 question people keep asking is if they’re safe. The short answer, YES they are safe! But how do I know that you’ll be safe? Because your credit cards are credit cards, no matter if they’re in your real wallet or your digital wallet. With […]

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Box.net Wants iOS Users, Offers 50GB of Free Storage As Bait

To combat Apple’s iCloud offering for iOS 5 users, the Box.net cloud storage service has announced its “50gigs for 50 days” promotion for anybody who downloads the latest version of the mobile to their iPhone or iPad. Box.net is a rival to the popular Dropbox, Sugarsync, and now iCloud services that offer similar features and […]

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Overwhelmed by Email? Wish you could just turn it off? There’s an app for that

If you’ve seen Mario speak recently, then you’ve probably heard him talk about AwayFind, the service that helps you put an end to checking your email every few minutes. AwayFind’s revolutionary service for Gmail and businesses who get their email through Google Apps helps you to stop checking you email every five minutes and set […]

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AT&T Rolls Out 5 New Smartphones to Exceed Android Commitment

Earlier this year, AT&T promised a total of 12 new Android devices by year’s end. With the latest announcement of 5 new phones available now, the wireless carrier has met and exceeded its commitment to the Android community with some time left in the year to spare. Today we take a look at all give […]

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