Monthly Archives: June 2013

Colgate-Palmolive Wants SMS to Brush Up America’s Oral Health – Mobile Marketing Watch

Mobile Marketing Watch Colgate-Palmolive Wants SMS to Brush Up America’s Oral Health Mobile Marketing Watch Colgate Palmolive Wants SMS to Brush Up America’s Oral Health 300×232 Colgate Palmolive Wants SMS to On Thursday, Colgate-Palmolive… See on http://www.mobilemarketingwatch.com

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Apple patent hints at iPhone 5s fingerprint scanner

A recent patent application by Apple outlines new technology which may bring the long rumored fingerprint scanner to the upcoming iPhone 5s. Last year, Apple acquired AuthenTec, a company holding over 200 security related patents, including some for fingerprint scanning

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IriTech launches iris-recognition-based solutions for workforce and identity management | Planet Biometrics News

Article Details (IriTech launches iris-recognition-based solutions for workforce and identity management | Planet Biometrics News http://t.co/l5QnvQlHV0)… See on http://www.planetbiometrics.com

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The Emerging Market Power Rankings: Is Their Mojo Back? – Barron’s (blog)

The Emerging Market Power Rankings: Is Their Mojo Back?Barron’s (blog)The iShares MSCI Emerging Markets Index ETF (EEM) gained 2.9% this week, its first gain after six weeks of losses. See on blogs.barrons.com

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The Second Biggest Search Engine

The Search Engine wars continue to rage on. We all know that Google dominates and that Bing (Microsoft’s search engine), Yahoo! and Ask.com continue to hold their own. What many people fail to realize is that if you look at…

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Google Authorship Beyond Webpages | Social Media Today

Google’s goal when it comes to authorship is to connect authors with their content and therefore help users see who the author is that wrote that content. With these goals in mind, it doesn’t make sense to limit authorship to

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Biometrics in the age of Pastebin | NetSPI Blog

Cloud services that leverage biometrics aren’t super common yet, but assuming biometrics catch on, it’s only a matter of time before the marketing types make it happen. How is that data stored? Can you really trust your … See on http://www.netspi.com

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