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Cómo se veía el Wearable Computing hace unos cuantos años... Mmmmm, lo que más me llama la atención es ese micro-minúsculo teclado... Para que nos quejemos de los teclados actuales de los smartphones :-)
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Jajaja, quéjate
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Nintendo's next console generation is here, the wwi u, to compete against Xbox One and PS4.
Our best wishes for Nintendo :-)

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Nintendo ya no es lo que era!
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Project Ara en imágenes: así luce con todo detalle el proyecto de teléfonos modulares de Google


#ARA #projectara #google 
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Drons banned in Spain

As usual, Spain’s government stiffing innovation. Why do we have that big unemployment rate? Because we kill, pursue and penalize innovation and entrepreneurship.

So by now, amazing and awesome videos like this one of Madrid filmed with a drone, will be pursued and sanctioned.

Very clever.
#drons
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Completely agree. As always, this country sucks due the politics. 
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The Second Machine Age
The robots aren’t as fast or fluid as a well-trained human worker at full speed, but they might not need to be. Most conveyor belts and assembly lines do not operate at full human speed; they would tire people out if they did.

Baxter has a few obvious advantages over human workers. It can work all day every day without needing sleep, lunch, or coffee breaks. It also won’t demand healthcare from its employer or add to the payroll tax burden. And it can do two completely unrelated things at once; its two arms are capable of operating independently
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How can that be a surprise: Facebook Paper App declining significantly

Mashable:_ Facebook isn't sharing user or download figures, and the app has been declining significantly on the app store charts since March. On Sunday, Paper dropped out of the top 1,500 free iOS apps in the U.S. for the first time. (There is no Android version yet)_

Of course it's declining, it's not even released internationally yet, so we can't even install it if we would like to. So not so strange why really. I wish writers like this would do some research before stating something like this… but they probably think that the US is the whole world..

I'm sure Facebook is aware of why it's declining, and I am sure they will release the app internationally when it's ready.

True and just common sense +Stefan Svartling

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No, we didn’t find the Loch Ness Monster with Apple Maps

It’s been a long time since we’ve had a good debunking-random-monster-sighting post. The ready availability of global satellite image databases is a powerful tool for exploration and monitoring but has also led to a boom in pseudoscience “discoveries” by people not familiar with how these images are produced or just willing to suspend disbelief for their pet woo.

This morning my inbox exploded with articles about the definitive Loch Ness monster sighting. The accompanying image is a low-resolution satellite image of a boat wake, available, apparently, only on Apple Maps. There’s really not deconstruction needed, it’s a boat wake.

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Why do iOS users surf more than Android users?

1) The impact of the data contract on mobile browsing
From the outset, iOS devices have always tended to come with contracts at the pricier end of the scale, which include generous data allowances that encourage extensive Internet surfing. If it’s there and you’re paying for it, you will use it.
By contrast there is an array of Android devices at all price points with a variety of contracts to match all pockets, some with generous, some very limited data plans… and this influences how much Android users surf.

2) The capability of the device
Part of this is the ability of the device. High-spec Android devices should compete with iOS devices for a pleasurable mobile Web experience, but you’d expect low-end Android devices to deliver a lesser experience… or why would anyone buy the expensive devices?

3) The influence of the connection on browsing
The big difference between tablets and smartphones is where they are used. The vast majority of tablets are used via a WIFI connection, two/thirds of tablets are incapable of connecting to a mobile network at all, and most are only at home. Arguably tablets aren’t any more of a mobile device than a laptop. This all influences how much tablet users surf compared to smartphone users.

4) The type of user
Some people just like surfing the Web more than others – some browse to kill time, others browse only when they have a specific need. The question is: are the more prolific surfers more inclined to purchase an iOS device, or does having an iOS device encourage people to browse the Web more; and how much of this has to do with the package – i.e. data allowance – rather than the device itself. What came first: the chicken or the egg?

Implications and conclusions
So should you change your mobile strategy to focus exclusively on iOS users because they surf more? As always, the answer is: No.

It’s very easy to jump to the wrong conclusion with pageviews: page impressions neither indicate device market share, nor who is likely to be a more valuable customer, nor latent demand for a native app.
All mobile users should be treated with equal importance, whether they browse a little or a lot. There are many reasons why mobile users might visit with more or less frequency, including their data contract, location and context. If your site is attracting a disproportionate number of visitors of one type, ask: why? Then ask what you can do to make your site more tempting to those less frequent visitors.

#mobile #iOS #Android

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Cambios en Analytics!
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Adiós a las visitas: Nueva terminología en Analytics
A partir de ahora:
> Visitas = Sesiones
> Visitantes únicos = Usuarios

¿Entendido? ;-)

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Director of Internet and New Technologies and Lecturer at Instituto Europeo di Design. Technology consultant and developer, owner of Replicas Airsoft (http://replicas-airsoft.com) and The CCT Consulting.
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Project Management, e-commerce, Online Marketing, Inbound Marketing, Technology, Mobile Development, SEO
Employment
  • Parques Reunidos
    Director of Internet and New Technologies, 2007 - present
    Director of Internet and Parques Reunidos. Project leader, SEO, Online Marketing, e-commerce and Internet strategy. Mobile first
  • Réplicas Airsoft
    Founder and owner, 2012 - 2012
  • The CCT Consulting SL
    2012 - 2012
  • El Corte Inglés
    New Technologies Analyst, 2002 - 2007
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madrid
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Different only means different. Just be better
Introduction
Eduardo Cano, Parques Reunidos' Internet Director. Looking for challenging projects, a very active and problem-solving person :)

Technology driven, dynamic, restless mind. I am an Internet professional with a very clear understanding of the challenges we are facing everyday. I am also working on my own online business and willing to help those who need it. Count on me and get results :)

SEO, SEM, Project Management, New Technologies Evangelist, Socialholic and a great speaker, technology and Internet projects are my passion, my hobby and my way of life.
About my way of life, something is sure... The Future (and our lives) is mobile.

To prove what I wrote above, I founded in 2012 'The CCT Consulting' firm, a technology company about e-commerce, Internet and mobile development. 
And our first project, Replicas Airsoft Store. A personal project to show how far I can push my boundaries. Check it out! >> Réplicas Airsoft

Ah, do not miss my personal site about mobile marketing and technology Blog of Eduardo Cano


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Great Marks, a challenging and nice job. I studied in Ireland and love multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary team works. Lecturer in the Master Degree "Publicity, Communication and Social Networks" in "Instituto Europeo Di Design". Owner of Replicas Airsoft Store (http://replicas-airsoft.com) and The CCT Consulting firm
Education
  • Complutense University of Madrid
    Business Administration, 1997 - 2001
  • Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology
    Business Studies, 2000 - 2001
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August 13
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