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My Interview with Robert Scoble about Tech, Privacy, Redbull, and Israeli Tech

Posted on 17. Feb, 2014 by .

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A few weeks ago in San Francisco, I attended one of the more eye-opening tech events I’ve ever been to. InContext was the name of the event and it was hosted by one of the more interesting startups out there, Everything.Me (if you’re an Android user, download it now. Thank me later.)

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After Years of Development, Umoove Finally Provides a Taste of the Future of Mobile

Posted on 15. Jan, 2014 by .

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Yesterday, Umoove launched The Umoove Experience. Two questions I get quite often and especially in the last 24 hours are:

What the heck do you do?
What is your connection to Umoove?

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One Question you Must Ask Yourself Before Launching Your Startup (Not What You Think!)

Posted on 02. Jan, 2014 by .

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Before I begin, let me just clarify something. I have never launched a startup. There, I said it. I have insane amounts of respect for someone who can have an idea, execute on that idea, deal with all the struggles involved in that execution, and last all those years not sleeping, barely eating, until that idea becomes a success.

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The Strangest Thing Just Happened to Me. I Finally Got Snapchat! It All Makes Sense Now!

Posted on 25. Dec, 2013 by .

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I know, such a dramatic title, but really, this Snapchat phenomenon has been boggling my mind for months. Hold up a second here. I am not talking about Snapchat the business and why Facebook and Google want to buy it for billions. I am not even talking about why Snapchat was actually brilliant to turn those offers down.

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My First 24 Hours with the 41 Megapixel Lumia 1020 and Why This Device is Important

Posted on 18. Dec, 2013 by .

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If you follow me online, whether on Twitter, Facebook, or Google+ (Don’t go there!), I want to apologize for bombarding you with pictures over the past 24 hours. But, I mean, can you really blame me? I mean, I got the Lumia 1020!

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The Basic Etiquette Needed to Create and Cancel Meetings in the Digital Era

Posted on 04. Jun, 2013 by .

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Along with the advancements we have made in tech, believe it or not, come some responsibilities. Yes, we are all more accessible thanks to the mobile phone and the social Web but that does not mean you should be calling me in the middle of the day to pitch me about your startup, does it? Does it?! In fact, one can make the claim that because of all this new tech, privacy needs to be honored and respected even more than before.

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My Initial Thoughts after Testing Google Glass: Why Wait for the Future?

Posted on 02. Jun, 2013 by .

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OK, let’s jump right in. I had a chance to test out Google Glass last week. I have to admit, I can’t remember the last time I wanted to try a new device as much as Google Glass. The first thing I noticed about Glass is that there is an unprecedented amount of Buzz surrounding its existence. Everyone was staring, asking questions, pointing, and snapping pictures. It’s as if, someone had sat with every person in my vicinity five minutes before and explained to everyone that “In a few minutes, there will be a man wearing something on his face that represents the future. You are going to want to take pictures because you won’t get another chance”.

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An Interview with Robin Wauters of The Next Web on Blogging, Pitching, and Predicting the Future

Posted on 28. May, 2013 by .

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It has been over 6 years since I picked up my virtual pen to start my first blog post. Throughout those years, there has been a small group of elite journalists who have served as a role model and inspired me to keep writing. This group includes names like David Pogue, MG Siegler, Joshua Topolsky, and Robin Wauters. I have been following Robin for years and I believe I first encountered his work when he was just getting started at TechCrunch.

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Stop Saying it’s Too Late for BlackBerry and Microsoft. It’s Too Early to be Too Late!

Posted on 05. Mar, 2013 by .

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Please forgive me if this post comes off as a rant, but enough is enough. Every few months, a new handset/mobile platform comes out and the same claims are repeated by the pundits. “Too little, too late”. Apple and Google own the mobile market and that can’t change. And every time I read those words, I realize just how fast people forget.

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Twitter in 2007: If You Want Some Perspective on Tech and Web Companies, Watch This Video

Posted on 28. Oct, 2012 by .

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One of the common misconceptions in tech is that the product itself is what ultimately matters most in the success or failure of a company. If anyone proves that theory wrong, it’s Twitter.

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Above the Fuld: This Week’s Tech News (Nov 13th-23rd)

Posted on 23. Nov, 2011 by .

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Truth be told, I kinda love putting these posts together, it helps me feel productive by seeing exactly how many posts I have written in the last week or month. The fact that people keep telling me they love them and use them as a resource to catch up on all the technology news they missed, well that is just the icing on the cake.

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