Journal


Federico Cardinali
  • 2017/01/10
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Gadgets I would like to see come to life in 2017

A new year is here, and as always new year’s resolutions are a plenty.  Most people are looking forward to new projects while others are busy trying to wrap up unfinished ones. For us technology lovers we look forward to the new launches, everything from CES and all the new gadgets, to Apples’ hyped up […] read more

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  • 2016/12/20
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Spotify: User Experience Beats Up Music Experience

This morning I woke up and much like every morning I put some music on while I had breakfast. I knew exactly what I wanted to listen to, so I opened Spotify and searched for “Gimme Shelter”. To my surprise I got an error message, my subscription payment wasn’t processed so my account was frozen. I […] read more

Federico Cardinali
  • 2016/11/23
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Hype: the root cause of dissapointment

For different reasons I waited anxiously for the new iPhone 7.  While doing so I noticed how I seemed to get more anxious by the minute.  After reading a few reviews I realized that I wasn’t excited to use the new iPhone, I wasjust excited  to have it.  My expectations were so high that I […] read more

Laura Gallacher
  • 2016/11/04
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Facebook continues to wage war on Snapchat

Whatsapp: A new feature or a new app? Has Facebook decided  to move in a different direction  with Whatsapp and make the app more social?  A new feature in beta testing raises the question. Facebook testing stories feature in Whatsapp Whatsapp has started to test a feature similar to Instagram’s stories (and Snapchat’s moments) on it’s beta […] read more

Federico Cardinali
  • 2016/10/26
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API’s for real people

Often when we interact with websites, e-commerce sites and apps we can log in with our social network logins, we can also shop and pay for services with our PayPal accounts. There are many actions that demonstrate that sites / apps are not isolated islands, on the contrary they allow for reciprocal interactions and let […] read more

Agustin Canovas
  • 2016/10/19
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Call it SMILE

I really believe life choose a mission for all of us to accomplish … no, no, wait, I’m not talking about saving whales, or eradicating world hunger… sadly not… I’m just talking about small (or even ’stupid’) things. What I mean is the mission to be the class clown, the most unpunctual person in the […] read more

Ramiro Cánovas
  • 2016/10/05
Capture Hispanic MIllennials - DIgital

No hablamos Español, We feel Spanglish. A digital perspective on how to target Hispanic Millennials.

Long gone are the times where Hispanics are mostly blue-collar immigrants that live “off-the grid” and have a passive participation in our US economy. We now have second and even third generation Hispanics that are taking the digital market by storm. Not only they participate actively in the online shopping experience, but have also become […] read more

Laura Gallacher
  • 2016/09/29
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Music Videos for Milenials: The Bohemian Rhapsody Experience

Are VR music videos the future of the music industry or just a natural progression?  MTV made it’s name and defined an era by playing music videos, yet it has now evolved into a different media monster that refuses to play them. Could VR music videos put this artistic expression into the limelight once again? Will […] read more

Laura Gallacher
  • 2016/08/25
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The Ultimate Chess Game: Google vs. Apple

Google and Apple have been locked in an intense chess game for about a decade now. They both have studied each other and built on their strategies year after year hoping to come out on top.  Each company has upped its game on more than one occasion fighting for the ultimate prize: primacy over mobile […] read more

Laura Gallacher
  • 2016/06/14
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Bluetooth 5: What we know so far

The next generation of Bluetooth standard is almost here.  This is what we know so far: 1. Speed The company behind Bluetooth has announced that Bluetooth 5 will be twice as fast than its predecessor Bluetooth 4.3 LE, which could entail a maximum speed of 2Mbps.  Even if you don’t reach that speed you should […] read more

Julian Bravo
  • 2015/06/03
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The power of sustainable brands.

The climatic changes caused by deforestation, accidents and health problems caused by the use of chemicals in food and the cemeteries for electronic scrap in developing countries in Africa are partly examples of bad business decisions that have been dragged from decades. “Bad Market decisions affecting the human species” Towards the end of the century, […] read more