AT&T First Look: Worse Than I Had Anticipated

My cautious tone toward AT&T (T) ahead of 3Q17 earnings has been justified. This Tuesday, the U.S.-based telecom giant posted its first all-around miss since 3Q14. Revenues of $ 39.7 billion landed -3% below year-ago levels, failing to reach consensus estimate of $ 40.1 billion as business and consumer mobility came in softer than I […] Read more »

Meizu Pro 5 is the first Ubuntu phone that’s also a desktop PC

The Meizu Pro 5 Ubuntu Edition smartphone features a Samsung Exynos 7420 octa-core processor, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and a 5.7 inch full HD AMOLED display. When it launched earlier this year, it was the most powerful smartphone to ship with Ubuntu’s smartphone-friendly operating system to date. Now it’s also the first Ubuntu […] Read more »

DEZZIO, The World’s First Functional Beach Bag, Blasts Past its Goal…

DEZZIO – A smart sand-proof beach bag becomes the most funded beach bag on Kickstarter. Its 10 unique features including a sand-discharge mesh, beach towel holder, cooler pocket, built-in USB ports,… (PRWeb April 26, 2016) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2016/04/prweb13370445.htm All articles Read more »

5 tips for running your first influencer marketing campaign

This article is part of SWOT Team, a series on Mashable that features insights from leaders in marketing, brand-building and public relations. The rise of social media has given consumers more power than ever before, arming them with a platform where they can engage brands in real time. This has created a shift in marketing. […] Read more »

Wileyfox is Europe’s newest mobile brand — here’s how its first smartphone stacks up

Fledgling European mobile phone brand Wileyfox announced its arrival in the smartphone realm a month ago, and now the London-based company is preparing to launch its first ever product: The Wileyfox Swift. Initially slated for launch this week, Wileyfox revealed that shipping for the $ 200 Android device has been delayed until September 30. But […] Read more »

Do you agree with the statement that the Web was the first Cloud Computing Platform?

Question by bleuflamenco: Do you agree with the statement that the Web was the first Cloud Computing Platform? Or am I missing something? As I see it, web sites were the first distributed, scalable, highly customizable platform on the internet. Email and stuff like IRC and FTP were huge, but they aren’t really platforms upon […] Read more »