The NFL captured a lot of media buzz in the 2016 regular season – and most of it was negative. This season has seen a lack of starting talent, players protesting during the national anthem, and officials throwing an inordinate amount of penalty flags. Worst of all for the NFL, the TV audience is down.
When discussing the Internet of Things (IoT) and the healthcare industry, wearables are probably the first thing to come to mind for many. If you’re still not sure of the definition, Wikipedia describes the IoT as “the network of physical objects, devices, vehicles, buildings and other items which are embedded with electronics, software, sensors, and network connectivity, which enables these objects to collect and exchange data.”
Cats and sunsets, step aside. Brands are seeing picture-perfect results. Once upon a time, Instagram served to capture and share the world’s moments. Today, the zero-revenue startup is home to more than 300 million users. In comparison to the service’s parent company, Facebook, with 1.35 billion users, Instagram may not be deemed as a “competitor.” But […]