• How to Use UX Design to Optimize Your Checkout Page

    1 month ago - By Business 2 Community

    The checkout page is one of the most important pages on any retailer's eCommerce site. It's the final hoop visitors have to go through in order to make a purchase. You can make this an easy or difficult process depending on your user experience. For instance, if your checkout process is time-consuming because your forms are too long, this can create enough friction that can push visitors away.
    On the other hand, if your checkout process is seamless and fast, this can increase the chances of closing the sale and at the same time motivate the customer to come back for a repeated purchase...
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  • Icahn steps up VMware fight with Dell

    Icahn steps up VMware fight with Dell

    1 month ago - By Reuters

    Activist investor Carl Icahn revealed a stock purchase that makes him the second largest investor in Dell track stock VMware, adding muscle to his fight against a plan that would allow the tech company to return to public markets without an IPO.
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  • Pokémon Go maker Niantic is coming to TechCrunch Sessions AR/VR

    1 month ago - By Tech Crunch

    Niantic is one of the few companies in the augmented reality world making some actual goddamn revenue.
    As such, It didn't feel right not to have the company that built Pokemon Go represented at our one-day Sessions AR/VR event this Thursday in LA. I'll be sitting down with the company's AR research lead Ross Finman at the event to talk about why augmented reality is so important to Niantic's future and why AR tech can actually make tomorrow's games and apps more engaging.
    The game maker struck gold with Pokemon Go, but as it looks for lighting to strike twice with its upcoming Harry Potter...
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  • A legendary gadget brand is making a comeback with a plan to fight app addiction by making a smaller smartphone to go with your regular one

    A legendary gadget brand is making a comeback with a plan to fight app addiction by making a smaller smartphone to go with your regular one

    1 month ago - By Business Insider

    Palm, best known as the pioneering manufacturer of the first mainstream personal digital assistant in the early '00s, is making a comeback with a new phone.
    The new phone is about the size of a credit card and is supposed to work in tandem with your existing regular-sized smartphone.
    The idea is that you take the small phone with you, and leave your regular one at home, thus helping you spend less time on your smartphone.
    The phone goes on sale in November for $350.
    Steph Curry of the Golden State Warriors is helping promote the new device.
    Palm, a gadget brand known for its pioneering...
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