Amazon may be working on a smartphone with hologram-like 3D Amazon is reportedly developing a smartphone that sports a 3D screen that relies on retina-tracking technology to make images seem to float above the screen like a hologram. With the smartphone, users would be able to navigate through content by using their eyes alone, according to two unnamed people who discussed the phone with the Wall Street Journal. More
Mobile Efforts Help Propel Facebook’s Earnings Facebook was once a darling of investors, then a turnoff. Now, a year after going public, the social network seems to have settled into a more stable relationship with Wall Street. But the company has still been taking pains to prove that it can make more money from its base of more than a billion users, especially from those using Facebook on mobile devices. More
All Eyes On Facebook's Mobile Growth And Graph Search Progress Quick Take Facebook will release its Q1 2013 earnings on May 1. We expect healthy advertising revenue growth driven by improved mobile monetization and a growing user base. Margins will shrink due to higher headcount related costs and infrastructure investments. We’ll also look for any color on the success of Graph Search, which could be one of the key features of Facebook going forward. More
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Customer service, strategic customer service, CRM, and customer experience: these terms are often used interchangeably. In fact, they imply very different concepts and roles within your company. As you move down the list of terms, an executive creates greater opportunities to take the lead in customer engagement while enhancing their 
After a winter that introduced huge swaths of the country to the term polar vortex, this summer, it turned out, has been one worth waiting for. And wait we have. For everything from Shakespeare to craft beer.
Tokyo (AFP) - Japan's Panasonic will develop a water purification system together with India's Tata Group, tapping into a fast-growing market in Asia, a media report said Saturday. The electronics giant has developed a prototype of a device that will detoxify harmful substances in groundwater, making it potentially safe to drink, the Japanese economic daily Nikkei said.
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By Ellen James MartinIf you offer your home for sale this fall, would you be doing so in a market that favors sellers or buyers?
That will depend heavily on the neighborhood where you live, the timing of your sale and intangible factors that even the most seasoned observers can’t predict — like buyers’ moods.
“The tea leaves of real estate markets are always evolving,” said Mark Nash, author of “1001 Tips for Buying and Selling a Home.”
Since the financial collapse that brought down real estate more than a half-decade ago, many homeowners have been happy to see much — if not all — of their lost equity restored.