• Plan nu al wat je klanten in 2020 gaan beleven

    Herfst. Traditiegetrouw het seizoen van de jaarplannen. Ik hoop dat klantbeleving hoog op je prioriteitenlijstje staat! Het is the way to go. Organisaties zullen voortdurend moeten innoveren om te overleven of te groeien. Als ik een tip mag geven: sorteer dan nu al voor op het jaar 2020. Dat geeft richting aan je keuzes nu. De voorspelling is namelijk dat in 2020 alles anders is...
  • Survey: Amazon beats Google and Apple for ‘most positive’ impact on society

    What is it: A recent poll by SurveyMonkey and Recode indicated that 20 percent of Americans believe Amazon has the most positive impact on society among major tech companies. That was the highest of all companies listed, and was followed by Google, Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, Tesla, and others. 20 percent also selected ‘none of the above.’ Why it matters: Amazon consistently ranks among the most the most loved tech companies in surveys; it achieved a similar result in a poll he
  • This 30-year-old concept can help you like your job more

    Have you ever been so focused on a task that it seemed like everything in the background became nonexistent and the only thing you were thinking about was the responsibility at hand? If so, you’ve experienced flow, likely without even realizing it. Flow is a state of being that involves working at your full potential, where you feel and perform at your best. Some people describe it as being “in the zone.” The foundations of flow The person primarily associated with the concept
  • Nifty new site warns you which games have microtransactions

    Microtransactions, paid DLC, free-to-play-but-pay-to-win: all thorny topics for gamers as they involve having to fork over hard-earned money for dubious gains. Now there’s a community-built site where you can check your games ahead of time to see if they have microtransactions, and if so, how they work. The site, Microtransaction.zone, launched a few days ago. It has a relatively diverse, if limited library of games at the moment — site creator “igrat” said on Reddit all
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  • MIT created a glove that controls how deeply you sleep

    Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology recently developed a device that allows a person to maintain a semi-conscious state between wakefulness and sleeping. Why it matters: There’s now a working “sleep interface,” in the form of a device that allows humans to have a small amount of control over their own consciousness. The state between awake and asleep is called hypnophagia, and some experts believe that by controlling the amount of time we spend in i
  • EU bevestigt onderzoek naar Shazam

    De Europese Commissie heeft officieel een vier maanden durend onderzoek naar de overname van Shazam door Apple aangekondigd. De EU maakt zich zorgen over de aankoop. Men is bang dat met de door Shazam verkregen gegevens Apple meer gebruikers naar zich toe zal trekken.
    Shazam is officieel geen muziekdienst zoals Apple Music. De dienst herkent muziek die op de radio wordt afgespeeld. Daarnaast wordt een koppeling tot stand gebracht met bijvoorbeeld Apple Music of Spotify voor wie het nummer nogmaa
  • Amazon is cramming Alexa into household robot

    Amazon is reportedly developing a domestic robot. We’re still pretty far away from the robot butler era, but this indicates the possible arrival of the “Alexa, get me a beer” stage, and we can’t wait. Sources familiar with the project told Bloomberg the company plans to develop a domestic robot: Codenamed “Vesta,” after the Roman goddess of the hearth, home and family, the project is overseen by Gregg Zehr, who runs Amazon’s Lab126 hardware research and
  • Leev introduceert OERRR

    Vanaf deze week introduceert Leev OERRR-producten. Leev kent een stormachtige groei van biologische producten zoals tussendoortjes, broodvervangers en cereals. Met de opbrengsten wordt geïnvesteerd in zorgboerderijen voor kwetsbare jongeren. OERRR is te koop bij supermarkten zoals Albert Heijn, Jumbo, Plus en regionale supermarkten.
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  • Lightning Network’s total network capacity crosses $150k

    Lightning Network — touted as the solution to Bitcoin’s scalability problem — seems to be growing leaps and bound in spite of still being in a nascent stage. Statistics show that the total number of active nodes on Lightning Network have crossed 2,000, with 5,801 open channels on the main network, while its total network capacity has ballooned past $150,000. We just passed 2,000 nodes with over 5,650 open channels on mainnet. The total network capacity is now $150,000 USD. The
  • OnePlus 6 will have glass back, says CEO. But wireless charging isn’t confirmed

    The very first leaked image of the OnePlus 6 showed off the phone with what appeared to be a glass back, something we hadn’t seen since the the OnePlus X of old. But given it was so early in the game, we couldn’t be sure that wasn’t just a prototype variation. There’s no longer any doubt: OnePlus CEO Pete Lau today confirmed the next phone will come with a glass back. The CEO explained the change in a long philosophical post on the company’s forum – it basica
  • Net neutrality is dead! Four ways to get around the net neutrality repeal

    A lot has been happening over the past few weeks: Mark Zuckerberg appeared before congress to testify about Facebook’s role in the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook was found to quietly move about 1.5 billion users out of the reach of the new GDPR law, and Alibaba was recently reported to have overtaken Amazon as the world’s number one e-commerce site. However, a very important piece of news hasn’t gotten much coverage from the media: today, April 23, net neutrality dies.