Morning Roundup: Bad Tech Habits To Break, Is Anyone Reading Your Tweets and more
December 24, 2013 | 9:00 am
By Juli Monroe
14 Bad Tech Habits To Break In 2014 (Forbes)
Thanks to smartphones, cloud technology and social networks, we can take the Internet with us everywhere these days. The down side–we can take the Internet with us everywhere these days.
(Almost) No One Is Reading Your Tweets (All Things D)
Do you like to post things on Twitter? That’s cool. As long you’re cool with the idea that almost no one will read what you type.
Tablets Are Becoming More Important Than Smartphones For Online Shopping, But Retailers Aren’t Ready (Business Insider)
This year will mark a major milestone for tablets and their influence on Internet retailers. We believe tablets will draw even with smartphones, and account for 50% of the total value of U.S. retail sales made over mobile devices.
Subscription Ebook Services Scribd, Oyster and Entitle Duke It Out For Early Dominance (Forbes)
If you’re like most digitally connected folks, you probably have access to a video subscription service like Netflix , or maybe a music subscription service like Spotify. In that case, new services that do the same but for ebooks want you. Oyster, Scribd and Entitle (just re-branded from eReatah) are all new ebook subscription services that are competing for your business. Lately, the battle has heated up.
Kindle Daily Deals: The Lost Hero (and 4 others)