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Act-On Review & Rating | PCMag.com

Although Act-On isn’t the first company that comes to mind when you think of marketing automation software, Act-On offers one of the most capable and diverse tools available. Just a notch below Editors’ Choice tools HubSpot and Pardot, Act-On is a contender for best marketing automation suite, especially for those companies whose goal is to connect email operations to other lines of business such as customer relationship management (CRM), search marketing, and social media marketing. Unfortunately, there are some limitations…

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Geeni Vision 720P Smart Camera review: A basic and budget-friendly home security camera

While DIY security cameras grow more sophisticated with “intelligent” alerts and smart-home integrations, there’s still a niche for something more basic. The Geeni Vision is that kind of camera. The Geeni line, which also includes smart plugs and smart bulbs, offers two versions of the Vision: a 720p model ($70) that we review here, and a 1080p model ($90). The camera is encased in a white plastic (it’s also available in gray) sphere that fittingly evokes an eyeball. The sphere…

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Apple TV 5 Preview: 4K, HDR, faster processor and more

With the Apple TV 4’s second birthday fast approaching, many are looking to the future and wondering what the Apple TV 5 might offer. Could it offer 4K support? Will it come with a dedicated game controller? No one will know for sure until Apple presents the fifth-generation Apple TV to the world, but here, we present some of the most promising rumours and leaks and bring you our preview of the Apple TV 5.   If you’ve stumbled here…

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8 platforms for developers to build chatbots

Share Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Google Plus We’ve already seen unprecedented hype about chatbots in 2016 thanks to Microsoft’s bot ‘Tay’ and Facebook’s decision to integrate chatbot capabilities into Messenger. The use of artificial intelligence and ability to converse in natural language can make chatbots seem as if we are experiencing the future right now. However, you don’t have to be a Silicon Valley giant with endless developers to hand to build one. In fact, you could do it from your…

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Moto Z2 Force review: A modular phone with very few tricks

Motorola is back with another modular smartphone—the Moto Z2 Force—proving it’s not going to be deterred by death of Project Ara (Google’s experimental take on modular phones), or LG’s decision to walk away from modularity in its transition from the G5 to the G6.  This leaves Motorola sitting alone on an island. So what’s going on? Are phones with snap-on accessories like 360-degree cameras, battery packs and game controllers just too weird? Motorola doesn’t think so, and remains our only hope if…

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Acer Chromebook 14 review: Solid and affordable, with a familiar design Review

Chromebooks come in a range of sizes and configurations these days, including convertible models that double up as both laptop and tablet. However, Acer’s Chromebook 14 (CB3-431) is a straightforward device that simply aims to provide a low-cost alternative to a traditional laptop. The challenge for any Chromebook, of course, is to keep prices low without making too many compromises. Thankfully, the Chromebook 14 achieves that aim, providing good build quality and connectivity, along with a 14-inch display, at a…

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Libratone Too review | TechRadar

Building the perfect portable Bluetooth speaker isn’t just about making one small and light; it’s about getting that perfect mix of features. To our mind, that means a speaker with a small body that’s easy to carry around; something that can withstand the elements if it’s to be used outside; decent battery life; and sound that will impress. Crucially, in such a crowded market, there can be no compromises. Libratone seems to have ticked all of these boxes with its…

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The Best Marketing Automation Software of 2017

Marketing Automation’s Finest Tools Once you’ve mastered your email marketing strategy, it’s time to take a step back to determine how to make your customer interactions work for you. No tools better exemplify the simplicity, effectiveness, and scalability of marketing automation software than our Editors’ Choice tools HubSpot and Pardot. Both offer a vast array of functionality that should suit your business regardless of how intricate your marketing strategy might be. We found HubSpot to be better equipped for small…

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Best DVR for cord cutters

Updated August 29, 2017 to add our review of the Table Engine DVR software. Here’s the hard truth for cord-cutters right now: The ideal over-the-air DVR doesn’t exist. And if you’re on the fence about even needing one, you should read the June 22 installment of Cord Cutter Confidential. While some products are better than others, all of them—from Tablo and TiVo to Channel Master DVR+ and HDHomeRun with Plex—have at least one critical weakness. If you want to record…

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iPhone 7 vs Nokia 8 comparison review

The Nokia 8 has been announced, at an event in London on 16 August. It’s going head to head with Apple’s iPhone range, so in this article we compare the specs, design and pricing of the Nokia 8 with the iPhone 7 to help you decide which of these two industry heavyweights is right for you. (In fairness, of course, the Nokia 8 will really be competing with the iPhone 8 by the time it launches. Once we know more…

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12 UK internet of things startups to watch

By Charlotte Jee & Hannah Williams | Sep 04, 2017 Share Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Google Plus The hype about the Internet of Things has continued to soar since 2016, and it doesn’t seem to be decreasing anytime soon. This has led to a growing number of startups hoping to harness this emerging technology. In the UK alone there are companies developing soil sensors for farmers, to remote energy monitoring, clever car alarms and interactive museum exhibits for proximity advertising. So, here…

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Windows 10 S review: Microsoft’s OS for students is hard to love

Microsoft’s Windows 10 S is what happens when a once-easygoing operating system has kids and turns into a helicopter parent. Windows 10 S, a locked-down version of Windows 10 found on the Surface Laptop and a small group of low-cost, third-party notebooks, keeps students safe and secure by restricting them to the Windows Store. But as our review shows, the lack of freedom chafes. Locking your PC away from the big, bad, outside world makes sense when your children are…

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Samsung Galaxy Note 8: My first week with a nearly perfect smartphone

After spending a couple hours with a Galaxy Note 8 at a briefing in San Francisco I sold my S8 Plus on Swappa and ordered my own Note 8 from T-Mobile. With a week of time under my belt using a review Note 8, I’m convinced the purchase was the right move and look forward to further exploration of the Note 8. ZDNet’s Jason Cipriani posted a full review of the Note 8 and concluded it is a worthy successor…

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Essential Phone hands on review

Update: We’re still running some battery tests and getting comfortable with the 360-degree accessory, but we’ve added some final impressions of the Essential Phone running the latest software and have posted some more photo samples. Stay tuned for a final scoring.  For a brand with no track record of making smartphones, the Essential Phone is an intriguing first attempt.  It’s going for the long game by offering a phone that, in theory, doesn’t have to be tossed aside, trashed or…

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Skullcandy Jib Wireless Review & Rating

Not every pair of earphones needs to break new ground, and the Skullcandy Jib Wireless keeps things simple—there are no bells and whistles here. For $34.99, all that really matters is audio performance, and the Jib Wireless packs some surprisingly serious bass response. The sound signature is quite sculpted, but it’s an excellent value for the price, and our Editors’ Choice for low-cost Bluetooth earphones. Design The Jib Wireless has a very thin, cappellini-esque black cable and either black, red,…

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YouTube TV review

Whenever the day comes that you can finally subscribe to YouTube TV, it’ll be worth the wait. The $35-per-month streaming bundle is only available in markets where YouTube TV can carry at least three live local broadcast channels, which right now covers about half of U.S. homes. And to watch YouTube TV on a television, you need a Chromecast dongle, a Chromecast-enabled Android TV device, or an Apple TV for AirPlay. For those who live within the YouTube TV footprint—and…

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