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  1. How to prepare yourself and your organization for a world where podcasts, audio books, YouTube’s audio mode, smart speakers and ‘hearables’ rule.
  2. The most revolutionary outcome of AR is that the physical world will function like the digital world. And that's a big deal for enterprises.
  3. Wait, smart glasses? Smart night light? Smart ring?

    Sounds dumb. Amazon seemed to go nuts with its announcement of new hardware products on Wednesday.

    The company also announced a high-end smart speaker, earbuds, a smart oven, an updated Echo Dot with a clock, a new regular Echo, a lower-priced Echo Flex, a higher-priced Echo Studio, an updated

  4. Apple introduced the new iPhones this week. It was all about the cameras.

    But no matter how good Apple’s lenses, camera electronics and computational photography AI gets, that’s all still an evolution of what everybody is already doing: taking selfies and cat videos.

    Apple didn’t even mention the real revolution, which will change

  5. Google schooled Apple and Microsoft in the education market by growing market share from zero to 60 in eight years. Insider Pro columnist Mike Elgan examines whether Google can do it again in the enterprise.
  6. Machines are getting better at writing. They can finish our sentences. They can reply to our emails. They can write news reports and even novels. But just because they can doesn’t mean they should.

    Artificial intelligence (AI) is launching a technology revolution that will transform business over the next decade. The most powerful use for AI may be in

  7. Have you kept up with this week’s smartphone news? Smartphone shipments declined. Again. Apple’s iPhone revenue is dropping. Apple added a “software lock" to discourage you from replacing your iPhone battery. And smartphone manufacturing is fleeing China.

    This is all presented as bad news. In fact, it’s all good news. Here’s why.


  8. Have you heard the one about the “splinternet”? It’s the idea that the internet could someday be split into different national or regional mini-internets.

    It’s usually talked about as something that could happen someday, or that is beginning to happen.

    I’ve got news for you: It’s already happened. The splinternet is here.

    It’s time to stop

  9. In an age of mass production, the global internet and digital everything, the most valuable commodities have become time and attention. And everybody wants yours.

    Your work demands them. Advertisers need them. Broadcast media crave them. Social networks want them. Marketers, charity panhandlers, evangelists, celebrities, smartphone apps, political

  10. Google. You either love it, hate it or, most likely, love to hate it.

    It sounds strange to say this about a massively profitable and venerable Silicon Valley giant, but Google’s really got a lot of potential.

    Google has some of the most powerful cloud services, industry-leading artificial intelligence, incredible content and even brilliant