Kim Mcreynolds

  • Touchdown, Advertising Industry!

    What a game! The interceptions! The gutsy call by Seattle to score another touchdown at the end of the first half. The completely insane play call from the one-yard line at the end of the game. The advertising. Katy Perry and her tiger and dolphins in the halftime show. The ads! Super Bowl advertising reviews will continue for days and weeks, but there were clear winners and ...

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  • Say “Hello” to Alexa and Amazon Echo

    Introducing Echo. When Amazon first announced Echo, I was clicking to buy—or show my interest in buying, as it turns out—in less than a minute. As an early adopter, buying the latest, greatest tech as fast as my fingers can tap “Buy Now” is a no-brainer. Amazon Echo was no exception. Once I’d registered my interest in purchasing for a mere $99, discounted from the regular p ...

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  • 10 Holiday Gifts for the Techie-Nerdy-Gadget Fiend in Your Life

    Gone are the days when Black Friday kicked off the holiday shopping season—it has already begun. It seems like just about every store, from niche retailers selling locally made, eco-friendly socks to the behemoths, such as Amazon, Walmart and Best Buy, are offering up holiday savings. While a large majority of the population may not have noticed the pre-Black Friday sales an ...

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  • My First Day with Apple Pay

    Not wanting to be someone who gets delayed more than 27 hours when there’s something shiny and new to try, I was all over Apple Pay! I wasn’t going to let my disappointing Google Glass experience kill the early adopter in me—plus, Apple Pay doesn’t cost $1,500 to try out. And I could use it at the World Series! Prelude to a Kiss Apple Pay Apple does make it easy; the downlo ...

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  • Mobile gaming infographic: The Best and Brightest in this fast growing market

    Mobile gaming is growing faster than Mario with a mushroom! Right now, mobile gaming is an $11 billion industry and is expected to reach $18 billion by 2017. That’s a lot of smurfberries and extra moves. There’s no expert agreement on the primary driving force in mobile gaming’s exploding popularity, but this can’t be ignored: users are spending more and more time on their m ...

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