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Cohort analysis, responsive design, and 3 other must-know e-commerce concepts

Got something cool to sell, and sites like Etsy don’t quite cut it? Guess it’s time for an upgrade. Time for you to stop dipping your toes into the world of eCommerce and dive right in. Here’s the thing about that, though – running a full-fledged online retail outlet’s a little different from selling a Read more »

SureFlap has an app-controlled pet door in the pipeline

Finally coming to the pet tech space this summer: an app-controlled cat door that will tell you when your pet has left the building. RIP privacy for pets! UK firm SureFlap, which already makes a range of microchipped-enabled pet products such as feeders and pet doors which only open for the correctly chipped (or RFID-collared) Read more »

US congressman to constituents: ‘nobody’s got to use the internet’

Congress and the President, historically, don’t have the best grasp of how the internet works or ought to be managed. This tendency cuts across both parties, from Ted Stevens’ (R-Alaska) infamous comments about a “series of tubes,” to bipartisan (though somewhat Democratic-leaning) SOPA support, to Trump’s declaration in December 2015 that we should ‘close the Read more »

People find changes in user interfaces annoying

“The problem even with new, high-performance user interfaces is that the user must learn something new, and this is time-consuming. Especially in the beginning, searching for important functionalities may take so much time that the user will not change to a more powerful user interface, but gets frustrated. In our study, we examined how much Read more »

Das Keyboard Prime 13 Review: A Minimalistic Mechanical Plank

Does the name Daniel Guermeur mean anything to you? It should. He’s the founder and CEO of Das Keyboard, previously known as Metadot, and he’s part of the reason why the peripheral market is now flush with mechanical keyboards. It started in 2005 when, on a mission to become a faster and more accurate typist, Read more »

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