January 9, 2014
Inside Tech – January 2014
By : Jon Bishop, Creative Technologist, TechnologyThe Inside Tech post is a monthly effort to update you on important changes within the technology space.
By : Iris Cullinan, Intern, Integrated MarketingPart II: Product Integration or Transhumanism? Who Needs a Smart-Phone When You Have a Smart-Arm?
By : Matt Rainone, Senior Manager, Integrated Marketing GroupNext week, AMP will be heading back to Vegas to the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show. I hope that we find a ton of awesome technology to bring back to our clients and, on a personal level, that I consume much less Sbarro than last year.
By : AMP Interns, ,Leading up to our Future M session on How the Class of 2016 Will Change the World of Marketing, we conducted a mini-focus group with our college interns to better understand their mindsets. The next few posts will include millennials responses to a few topical prompts.
By : Cara Francis, Account Executive, Account ManagementIt’s the most wonderful time of the year (especially for retailers). The holiday shopping season is fast approaching, and whether brands are focusing on Black Friday, Cyber Monday, or beyond, taking total advantage of the latest consumer behaviors and trends is essential.
By : Ellis Watts, Manager, Strategic Marketing GroupRecently, Engadget uncovered a very interesting entry from the US Patent and Trademark Office from Apple that would allow “systems and methods [to seamlessly switch] media playback between a media broadcast…and media from a local media library.
By : Ellis Watts and Matt Rainone, Managers, Strategic Marketing GroupThis week a small cadre of AMP’s most tech-minded individuals (nerds) will be going to the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. And fortunately for all of you, what happens there will not stay there, but instead be blogged, live-tweeted, filmed, twit-pic’d, and recapped for your viewing pleasure.
By : Jason Rivera, Director, Consumer InsightsDon't get me wrong, I <3 technology. I am completely enamored by all things plasticy, shiny, button-filled and new. Throw in a blinking light of some sort, and I'll probably fetch my wallet. That aside, I feel that there are several breakthrough technologies that were showcased at CES that the general public will not see for another year until they hit the mainstream. So get your clicking-finger ready to learn about more than tablet computers and 3D everything. These technologies are truly revolutionary and inspiring. Sorry, 10.1ˆ Angry Birds.