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Why Live Events Are Rocket Fuel for Business Growth

Each year most of the world’s largest organizations host annual conferences. Dreamforce, WWDC, F8 and similar gatherings have become cornerstone events that excite brand loyalists, capture headlines and launch new products. It’s no coincidence that Salesforce Apple, and Facebook invest serious time and money to create these large-scale events. Brands use live events because they are an excellent channel through which marketers can achieve their annual goals. Chief marketing officers at leading companies realize that the power of face-to-face marketing can’t be supplanted by digital tricks and tactics. In fact, millennials (the largest cohort in the American workforce) have a history of valuing experiences of things.

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Apple’s watchOS 2 may make your current Apple Watch stand obsolete

“After unveiling watchOS 2 at WWDC, Apple Watch users rejoiced. Apps that run on the wearable will undoubtedly perform better, and make the watch a standalone device.” Source - Read More: thenextweb.com

 
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Anki’s Self-Driving Race Car Toys Will Launch On Oct. 23rd – We Go Hands On

Four months ago, Anki co-founder Boris Soffman took the stage at Apple’s WWDC keynote. After years of stealthily toiling away in their labs with few outside of the company knowing their plans, the team unveiled their first product: Anki Drive, a racing game for the real world.Four months ago, Anki co-founder Boris Soffman took the

 
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iMac With Retina Display Reportedly Launching This October

A report surfacing from the famously hit-and-miss DigiTimes claims Apple is preparing to release a Retina-displaying iMac as early as October. Consumers were dazzled by the sharp display of the MacBook Pro with Retina display unveiled at WWDC this year, and although natural progression suggests the rest of the line-up will follow suit, most presumed

 
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Visualized: 100 Retina display iPads sit down at the dinner table…

What if you took 3.1 million pixels, per iPad, and then crammed 100 (or so) of them on a table at WWDC? You’d have a pretty insane, super-connected Retina table. Also, it’d cost at least $50,000 to replicate what you’re seeing.See on www.engadget.com

 
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