Any webmaster worth their salt is constantly reading, watching, and learning more about SEO. Google usually rolls out quite a few big changes throughout each year and while some updates are larger than others, they are all very important to keep up with. Of course, merely responding to SEO trends and acting after changes have already taken effect is not the most effective way of doing things. Predicting how the face of SEO will look like in the coming months is equally or perhaps even more important than staying in line with the current situation. So what will SEO look…
This story continues at The Next Web
The Next Web
Facebook just announced that it will make sweeping changes to the News Feed, the primary place where users find content on the social network. Over the next few months, users will see "more from your friends, family and groups" and " less public cont…
Engadget RSS Feed
As a CES 2018, Innovation Awards Honoree for the Smart Reading Glasses — “Dynafocals” — will take center stage this week in Las Vegas.
If you’re not familiar, the Dynafocals changes the focus for the user based on what is being viewed by him or her at that moment.
Users could clearly see distant objects, computer screens or near-print just by looking at the object without having to shift their glasses or heads, as would be the norm with typical progressive glasses. Using the distance sensing chip and a standard progressive lens, the lens position automatically adjusts to bring the users view into focus.
Since first being exhibited, the offering has opened eyes (get it?) and turned heads.
Fittingly, products chosen as CES Innovation Honorees reflect innovative design and engineering in some of the most cutting-edge tech products and services coming to market.
“We are very excited to have received this prestigious award in the wearable section, and looking forward to showcasing our product at CES 2018,” said Shariq Hamid, CEO of PHTL. PHTL’s Dynafocals will be displayed at Sands level 2, booth 44463.
The post Dynafocals Keeping Spectators in Focus at CES 2018 appeared first on Mobile Marketing Watch.
Mobile Marketing Watch
As we get closer to a world where the car is doing most of the actual driving, traditional automakers are trying to figure out what passengers will be doing when they're not driving. Car startup Byton thinks it already knows what people want and and…
Engadget RSS Feed