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  • 04:45
    It was Tuesday night and everything seemed perfect. Two Yankee fans in love were watching their team take on the Boston Red Sox. He had the ring — ready to blast their relationship into the stratosphere like Derek Jeter hitting a home run.  SEE ALSO: 7 times legendary baseball announcer Vin Scully went delightfully off topic Then, like Bill Buckner, he botched the play. While proposing on the jumbotron at Yankee Stadium, the guy in question dropped the ring, sending everyone around him searching in the stands.  I mean, just look at his expression.  "Oh, that poor guy," says the (...) -- Wedding Ring, Wedding Proposal, Yankee Stadium, Red Sox, Yankees
  • 06:00
    Filmmaking is a complicated alchemy of light, sound, and camera movement. Here are 10 examples of everything coming together to create works of sublime beauty. Subscribe to CineFix for more videos: https://www.youtube.com/c/cinefix Kendall Jenner got to chill with a sloth. WTF. Man goes full ninja and barely escapes getting hit by a car Groovy '20th Century Women' trailer teases 'growing disrespect for government' Dude flushes 240 pounds of mercury down a toilet for inexplicable reasons Read more... More about Movies, Beautiful, Movie Lists, Cinefix, and (...) -- Movies, Beautiful, Movie Lists, Cinefix, Entertainment
  • 05:36
    People like burgers. But how many of them are willing to get a tattoo of one, in exchange for a lifetime supply of burgers? Well it turns out there are at least a few, as Café 51 found out. The burger joint in Melbourne, Australia is running a competition where you can get a free burger every day for the rest of your life, when you get one of its burgers inked onto your skin. SEE ALSO: Bright blue burgers are here to fulfill your insatiable hunger for weird food As with any wild competition, there are some rules, sadly: You can only get one tattoo, it needs to be life-sized and it has (...) -- Tattoos, Burgers, Australia, Watercooler
  • 05:14
    Spoiler warning: This post contains plot details for episode 2 of This Is Us. The first episode of This Is Us currently stands as the highest-rated series premiere of the fall, so there's a strong possibility that you tuned in last week to see whether it could live up to the hype.  SEE ALSO: 7 moments from 'This Is Us' that will make your heart swell After revealing that four of its main characters were linked not just by a shared birthday, but by a familial bond (sneaky, right?), a few questions lingered going into the second episode: Could the show maintain momentum nofollowing a pilot (...) -- Milo Ventimiglia, Mandy Moore, Nbc, This Is Us, Entertainment
  • 00:27
    There are three reasons why wireless headphones mostly suck and I've steered clear of dropping serious dough on a pair: poor sound quality, frustrating pairing and weak battery life. Beats' new Solo 3 wireless on-ear headphones solve all three. And they do so while looking stylish and recognizable on top of your head for hours. SEE ALSO: Beats has a new pair of stylish wired headphones for you wireless haters Announced with the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, the Solo 3 headphones improve on the Solo 2 in every possible way.  They're still a little pricey at $300, but for the wireless (...) -- Apple, Wireless, Headphones, Sound, Audio
  • 03:44
    Love music but not enough to actually seek out new artists? Hate music but want other people to think you love it? Don't worry! Spotify's released a new discover feature and it's a lazy person's dream.  Spotify's Discover Weekly feature has seen the streaming service deliver a curated selection of new music to users, based on their listening habits. But its playlists were only two hours long and refreshed only once a week. BORING!  SEE ALSO: How Spotify is perfecting the art of the playlist The platform's newest feature, Daily Mix, offers a series of daily playlists that see your (...) -- Music, Spotify, Tech, Apps Software
  • 03:42
    Sleeping in an IKEA store isn't a totally crazy fantasy. It's something we've all probably thought about while circumnavigating the endless aisles of the Swedish store. Now that fantasy is becoming a reality, and even better — it's on a boat. IKEA is creating what it calls "The Harbour Home," converting a Sydney Harbour ferry into a functioning houseboat, fully decked out with an IKEA interior. SEE ALSO: Watching drunk Irish people struggle to assemble IKEA furniture is as fun as you'd expect The furniture giant will re-design the historic Australian ferry's sleeping quarters, dining (...) -- Sydney, Ferry, Ikea, Australia, Watercooler
  • 03:30
    The ragtag band of outlaws or heroes band together for one perfect job. To pull off that one perfect score. Cue the perfectly orchestrated handoff, the car chase, the narrow getaway. It's a heist movie, and they've been around foreverCineFix offers up their top 10 heist flicks of all time, from newer fare like Inception to the classic Great Train Robbery. Subscribe to CineFix for more videos: https://www.youtube.com/c/cinefix Read more...More about Mashable Video, Heist, Movies, Best Movies Ever, and (...) -- Mashable Video, Heist, Movies, Best Movies Ever, Cinefix
  • 03:24
    Big news, everyone: looks like you cannot vote naked. So warns Katy Perry in a new Rock the Vote sketch for Funny or Die, in which the singer heads to the polls wearing exactly what she woke up in — nothing. SEE ALSO: Katy Perry says she'll collaborate with Taylor Swift on one condition “Yep, I've briefly scanned the Constitution and nowhere does it say you can't just roll out of bed and come to the polls in whatever state you woke up in," Perry says in the video. As one might expect, public nudity was not wise, and Katy Perry ends up in the back of a police car with fellow lawbreaker (...) -- Election 2016, Katy Perry, Watercooler
  • 03:00
    We all love good dialogue in movies, and two characters talking at cross-purposes creates great dramatic tension.  But sometimes, the best moment in a film comes when one character steps forward and leaves it all on the table in an overwhelming monologueCineFix compiled their top monologues from throughout movie history, from heartbreaking to inspiring to terrifying—and some that are all three.  Subscribe to CineFix for more videos: https://www.youtube.com/c/cinefix Read more...More about Mashable Video, Monologues, Best Movies Ever, Movies, and (...) -- Mashable Video, Monologues, Best Movies Ever, Movies, Cinefix
  • 02:44
    Sales of Colin Kaepernick's 49ers jersey skyrocketed after the quarterback started his silent protest of racial inequality by kneeling during the national anthem.  But not all have been used to honor the player. One of his jerseys has been put to use as a doormat in Virginia Beach, where Krossroads Rock and Country Bar taped Kaepernick's red No. 7 top to the floor.  James Perry, a Virginia Beach resident, posted a photo of the jersey on Facebook last weekend, calling it an act of racism.   SEE ALSO: Saints and Falcons put their own spin on Kaepernick's protest for peace Parry berated (...) -- National Anthem, Nfl, Football, 49ers, Colin Kaepernick
  • 02:41
    SpaceX CEO and founder Elon Musk has never been shy about his ambitions to save humanity by making it a multiple planet species.  For more than 10 years, the billionaire has championed the idea that humanity's best hope for survival is by extending our reach into the solar system.  During a speech in Guadalaraja, Mexico on Tuesday, Musk finally laid out SpaceX's vision for getting people off Earth and establishing a city — filled with everything from pizza parlors to fueling stations — on Mars. SEE ALSO: Elon Musk's SpaceX reveals its ambitious plan to settle Mars "History is going to (...) -- Space Exploration, Mars, Nasa, Elon Musk, Space
  • 02:30
    CGI effects are amazing, mind-blowing and everywhere you look in Hollywood. But it's amazing what can be, and has been, accomplished without the aid of a computer. CineFix compiled a list of the 10 best practical effects in movie history. Some are classics, while some are surprisingly contemporary. Subscribe to CineFix for more videos: https://www.youtube.com/c/cinefix Read more...More about Mashable Video, Movies, Best Movies Ever, Cinefix, and (...) -- Mashable Video, Movies, Best Movies Ever, Cinefix, Entertainment
  • 02:03
    One of Chrome's more useful features has landed on Google's iOS app.  It now has an incognito mode, just like the browser, so you can search privately.  SEE ALSO: Google launches Allo, its AI-centric messaging app The update, rolled out with the latest app update, allows you to open new incognito sessions directly from the app. As with Chrome, an incognito session in the Google app allows you to browse and search privately without your history being saved. You can turn on incognito in the app's settings or from your iPhone's home screen using 3D touch.  Just like in Chrome, the app (...) -- Ios Apps, Google App, Google Search, Google, Apps And Software
  • 02:00
    What makes a "rule" of cinema? Why do rules exist? Most importantly, what happens when you break them and defy the audience's expectations? Sometimes it feels like every new movie is just a remake of some other. That's why it's so great when a film shakes things up and makes us look at cinematic arts in new and unexpected ways. Here are 10 of the best rule-breakers in movie history.  Subscribe to CineFix for more videos: https://www.youtube.com/c/cinefix Read more...More about Mashable Video, Psycho, Movie Lists, Movies, and Best Movies (...) -- Mashable Video, Psycho, Movie Lists, Movies, Best Movies Ever
  • 01:57
    Stop me if you heard this one before: A Samsung Galaxy Note7 exploded. Hui Renjie, 25, who purchased a Note7 in China that was deemed "safe" with a non-defective battery, claims his phone blew up Monday and burned two of his fingers and damaged his MacBook Pro in the process, according to Bloomberg. SEE ALSO: About 90% of Note7 users aren't abandoning them for iPhones, says Samsung In China: Samsung customer says his new Note 7 phone burst into flames https://t.co/IFbBz69ETG — Charles Riley (ⓐCRrileyCNN) September 27, 2016 The phone was charging when it started to smoke, before (...) -- Android, Galaxy Note 7, Note7, Note 7, Samsung
  • 01:39
    SAN FRANCISCO — Well, this would certainly turn up the heat.  The guy whose silent national anthem protests sparked a movement and ignited backlash? It's one thing when he's a reserve who fades into the background after the song's final note.  It's quite another when he's the starting quarterback for one of the most iconic franchises in professional footballColin Kaepernick isn't there yet, but the scenario is becoming more and more plausible as his San Francisco 49ers struggle to find any sort of offensive momentum.  SEE ALSO: 'Courageous' teens who protested while playing national anthem (...) -- Nfl, Sports, Entertainment
  • 01:30
    Slow motion is one of the oldest (and still best!) tricks in the filmmaker's playbook. Slowing down the action at precisely the right moment can add gravitas and drama to an important scene.  Here,  CineFix presents some of our favorite serious and not-so-serious slow-mo scenes. Subscribe to CineFix for more videos: https://www.youtube.com/c/cinefix Read more...More about Mashable Video, Slow Motion, Movies, Best Movies Ever, and Cinefix -- Mashable Video, Slow Motion, Movies, Best Movies Ever, Cinefix
  • 01:30
    The team coming together. The underdog emerging victorious. The realization of so much previously unrealized desire.  There's a reason sports movies are so popular: What could be a more dramatic climax than an epic showdown on the field or court? Here CineFix presents ten favorite showdowns in a variety of sports. Subscribe to CineFix for more videos: https://www.youtube.com/c/cinefix Read more...More about Mashable Video, Sports, Movies, Best Movies Ever, and (...) -- Mashable Video, Sports, Movies, Best Movies Ever, Cinefix
  • 01:21
    Turns out, the prospect of sending people to Mars elicits some pretty strange questions, statements, requests ... and even smooches. On Tuesday, SpaceX founder Elon Musk unveiled the company's plans to send humans to the Red Planet in a highly anticipated speech at the International Astronautical Congress (IAC) in Mexico. Then came the Q&A segment. SEE ALSO: Elon Musk plans to go beyond Mars, says spacecraft needs new name Musk spent about an hour and a half discussing SpaceX's strategy to fund and execute human colonies on Mars — and, certainly, several attendees asked him about (...) -- Mars, Spacex, Elon Musk, Watercooler
  • 01:09
    The glasses give users the ability to snap videos and then share them right to the app. While the company, which recently re-branded itself as Snap, says the product is only a toy ... we know to never underestimate the power of Snapchat.  Read more...More about Mashable Video, Snapchat, Real Time, Real Time Video, and Us World -- Mashable Video, Snapchat, Real Time, Real Time Video, Us World
  • 00:52
    For the first time ever, a Muslim woman wearing a hijab was pictured in the historically risqué pages of Playboy. But it wasn't the kind of spread the publication is famous for. Along with her headscarf, Tagouri wore a leather jacket with jeans and sneakers. And the real focus was on her words.  SEE ALSO: Why this Muslim teenage girl created a hijab emoji It's here! I'm honored to share that ⓐPlayboy has named me a 2016 #Renegade and has featured me in their piece!! *LINK IN BIO* >: ⓐgokateshoot A photo posted by Noor Tagouri (ⓐntagouri) on Sep 22, 2016 at 6:55am PDT The magazine named (...) -- Noortagouri, Playboy, Muslim, Hijab, World
  • 00:30
    How would Guillermo del Toro's dark fantasy film, Pan's Labyrinth, look and play as an old-school video game? The answer: still dark and fantastic. At least, that is, if this animated short in our CineFix series, 8-Bit Cinema, is any indication. Complete the three tasks and escape the pixelated Pale Man in this 8-bit retelling of the film. Subscribe to CineFix for more videos: https://www.youtube.com/c/cinefix Read more...More about Mashable Video, Pan S Labyrinth, Guillermo Del Toro, Movies, and 8 Bit (...) -- Mashable Video, Pan S Labyrinth, Guillermo Del Toro, Movies, 8 Bit Cinema
  • 00:24
    Mercury: Good for thermometers, bad for toilets. How do we know this? Well, someone actually went out and purchased a toilet expressly used to test how well the toxic liquid metal holds up against flushing water.  Sounds dangerous, but we'll admit we're oddly hypnotized. [H/T: Digg] Groovy '20th Century Women' trailer teases 'growing disrespect for government' Toddler horrified at the idea of being Donald Trump for Halloween Bone Thugs-n-Harmony rapper struck by errant drone during concert 'Havana Moon' will let fans experience the Rolling Stones' historic Cuban concert Read more... (...) -- Viral Videos, Watercooler, Videos
  • 00:19
    It's shaping up to be a big fall for four-time Oscar nominee Annette Bening, who not only co-stars in her husband Warren Beatty's Howard Hughes movie Rules Don't Apply, but is said to steal the show in Mike Mills' new film 20th Century Women, which just dropped a groovy first trailer. Set in 1979, the A24 release casts Bening as a Bohemian single mother raising her teenage son in Santa Barbara with the help of a free-spirited artist (Greta Gerwig) living in their home and the alluring girl next door, played by Elle Fanning. This makeshift family forges fragile connections that will (...) -- Mike Mills, Billy Crudup, Greta Gerwig, Elle Fanning, Annette Bening
  • 00:00
    This recreation of Mad Max: Fury Road as an old-school arcade game may be the coolest thing you've witnessed all day. Our CineFix series, 8-bit Cinema, "gamifies" your favorite Hollywood Blockbusters into '80s arcade- and NES-inspired action. Subscribe to CineFix for more videos: https://www.youtube.com/c/cinefix Read more...More about Mashable Video, Mad Max Fury Road, Mad Max, Movies, and 8 Bit Cinema -- Mashable Video, Mad Max Fury Road, Mad Max, Movies, 8 Bit Cinema

Yahoo! News: Technology News

  • 04:05
    By Naomi Tajitsu TOKYO (Reuters) - Uber Technologies [UBER.UL] on Wednesday said it will launch a food-delivery service in Japan as it looks for new ways to enter a potentially massive market where its ride-hailing service has been blocked by regulation and opposition from taxi drivers. The U.S. technology firm is innovating in a bid to establish its brand in Japan, although it is tight-lipped about when it expects to be able to offer ride-hailing services in the country's major cities. Japan is a key battleground in Uber's plans for Asia, after it pulled out of China two months (...) (Reuters)
  • 04:00
    Say what you will about Uber, there’s simply no denying that the company always has is eye laser-focused and fixated on the future. After spearheading the ridesharing revolution against overwhelming odds, Uber's next big bet rests on self-driving cars. In fact, Uber just a few short weeks ago began rolling out its first wave of self-driving Uber cars in Pittsburgh. Interestingly enough, Uber’s grand plan to revolutionize the way we travel doesn’t end with cars. On the contrary, the company envisions a future where users will take advantage of VTOL (vertical takeoff and landing) aircraft in (...) (BGR News)
  • 03:54
    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Cisco Systems Inc plans more than $4 billion worth of expansion in Mexico between 2016 and 2018, the Mexican government said on Tuesday. Cisco's Chief Executive Officer Chuck Robbins made the announcement during a meeting with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto, the government said in a statement. (Reporting by Dave Graham) (Reuters)
  • 02:24
    For the next presidential debate, you'll be able to vote online for questions that could be asked of the candidates. The debate's organizers announced this morning that they're working with the Open Debate Coalition to source questions online through the new site presidentialopenquestions.com. At the site, people can submit and vote on questions for the candidates. (The Verge)
  • 01:25
    The Anti-Defamation League has added "Pepe the Frog" to its online database of hate symbols, the organization announced in a press release issued today. The ADL likens it to the use of the (((echo))) symbol, which the alt-right has used in the past to identify Jewish users for harassers to target. (The Verge)
  • 01:04
    Elon Musk today announced plans for a giant rocket and spaceship that will theoretically be capable of sending humans to Mars. In typical Musk fashion, he wasn't done there. During the latter stages of his presentation, the SpaceX CEO explained why he decided on Twitter a few weeks ago to rename the Mars Colonial Transporter to the "Interplanetary Transport System" — he wants the ITS to go so much farther beyond Mars. (The Verge)

hack a day

  • 04:00
    [Newbrain] had a small problem. He’d turn off the TV, but would leave the sound system turned on. Admittedly, not a big problem, but an annoyance, none the less. He realized the TV had a USB port that went off when it did, so he decided to build something that would sense when the USB port died and fake a button press into the amplifier. He posted a few ideas online and, honestly, the discussion was at least as interesting as the final project. The common thread was to use an optoisolator to sense the 5 V from the USB port. After that, everyone considered a variety of ICs and (...) --

Yahoo! News: Technology News

  • 02:11
    A Michigan teen is told she's sanctioned for inappropriate use of an electronic device. She posted a picture of bathroom water that was urine-colored to Twitter. (CNET)
  • 03:00
    Remember Psy’s incredibly addictive Gangnam Style ? Well, a similar sensation is taking over the internet, and you’ve probably seen it a few times since this morning: PPAP, which is short for Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen. Before you ask, it has nothing to do with Apple, the company. It’s about fruit and pens. DON’T MISS: One of the iPhone 8’s hottest new features was just unveiled by another company PPAP is a silly song about forcefully inserting a pen into fruit and then combining the resulting pen-fruit. That’s how you end up with an apple-pen and then a pineapple-pen. That’s how the (...) (BGR News)

BetaNews.Com

  • 02:38
    Last night was the big debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Many people expected it to be very exciting. Unfortunately, it wasn't. Both candidates played it safe, and overall, it was sort of a snooze-fest. Still, I stayed with it for the entire 90+ minutes, just in case something did happen at the last minute. Apparently, I was not the only one watching the debate and staying tuned-in. On YouTube in particular, the election event was wildly popular, where it set a new viewing record. While not the most-watched live stream overall, it was the most-watched political live stream… (...) -- [Continue Reading]

Yahoo! News: Technology News

Daring Fireball

  • 02:10
    Aetna press release: Aetna today announced a new initiative to revolutionize members’ consumer health experience by combining the power of iOS apps and the unmatched user experience of Apple products including Apple Watch, iPhone and iPad with Aetna’s analytics-based wellness and care management programs. Beginning this fall, Aetna will make Apple Watch available to select large employers and individual customers during open enrollment season, and Aetna will be the first major health care company to subsidize a significant portion of the Apple Watch cost, offering monthly payroll (...)
  • 02:09
    Speaking of Serenity Caldwell, her Apple Watch Series 2 review is incredibly detailed, and includes a good video (shot entirely with iPhone 7). ★

Yahoo! News: Technology News

  • 01:00
    Apple Music is an interesting beast. By any objective metric, Apple’s streaming music service is a success, what with more than 17 million subscribers attained in just a little over a year. But Apple isn’t a traditional company and, in turn, it’s not often held to a higher standard than most. That said, some have pegged the rollout of Apple Music as something of a disappointment. In addition to early functionality problems and a myriad of UI choices, Apple Music still lags behind Spotify in terms of overall subscribers. Not too long ago, Spotify CEO Daniel Ek hinted via Twitter that his (...) (BGR News)
  • 00:30
    The Justice Department's top national security official is leaving his position next month, the department announced Tuesday. John Carlin, who has led the department's national security division since ... (Associated Press)
  • 00:30
    Video game piracy is a major concern for publishers and developers alike. While musicians can still hope that fans who steal their albums will spend money on merchandise or tickets for live shows, the opportunity for profit is lost when someone steals a game. That's why game makers have to be very careful about the way they interact with pirates, because raking them over the coals never helps. But you know what they say when the odds are stacked against you and there's no viable solution on the table: "If you can't beat 'em, join 'em." DON'T MISS:  This is the Google Pixel smartphone (...) (BGR News)
  • 00:23
    Aetna says it will subsidize employee Apple Watch purchases for participating companies. (CNET)
  • 00:05
    By Lawrence Delevingne NEW YORK (Reuters) - John Thaler, the tech, media and telecom stock specialist who shut down his hedge fund firm JAT Capital Management LP in 2015, is considering a return to managing other people's money, including launching a new hedge fund, two people familiar with the matter told Reuters. One of the people briefed on his potential plans said no decision is imminent and Thaler, 41, is weighing a range of career options. Thaler declined to comment through an external (...) (Reuters)
  • 00:01
    By Nate Raymond NEW YORK (Reuters) - Lawyers for Facebook Inc on Tuesday sought to assure a U.S. judge overseeing lawsuits by victims of militant attacks in the Middle East that it took a "zero tolerance" approach to any communications that may promote terrorist threats or activity. The comments came after U.S. District Judge Nicholas Garaufis in Brooklyn on Thursday accused Facebook's law firm of insulting the court by sending just a junior attorney to address him in lawsuits implicating violent attacks on Israelis. The judge on Tuesday apologized to the extent his comments (...) (Reuters)
  • 00:00
    With so much attention rightfully focused on the iPhone 7’s impressive new camera -- and the iPhone 7 Plus’ dual camera system in particular -- it’s easy to forget that Apple’s new iPhone models are also capable of capturing absolutely stunning video footage in full 4K quality. Apple originally introduced a 4K video recording option on the iPhone 6s, but the iPhone 7 Plus’ dual camera system should help videographers and amateurs alike capture even more mesmerizing footage thanks to, among other things, an 2x optical zoom option and improved low-light video capture. DON'T MISS:  One of the (...) (BGR News)

NYT > Circuits

hack a day

  • 01:00
    There’s hardly a day that passes without an Arduino project that spurs the usual salvo of comments. Half the commenters will complain that the project didn’t need an Arduino. The other half will insist that the project would be better served with a much larger computer ranging from an ARM CPU to a Cray. [Will Moore] has been interested in BEAM robotics — robots with analog hardware instead of microcontollers. His latest project is a sophisticated line nofollower. You’ve probably seen “bang-bang” line nofollowers that just use a photocell to turn the robot one way or the other. [Will’s] uses a (...) --

Daring Fireball

  • 00:39
    Serenity Caldwell returns to the show to discuss Apple’s new stuff: the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, Apple Watch Series 2 (and the semi-new Series 1), iOS 10, MacOS Sierra, and more. Or as she describes it: “In which ⓐgruber and I grumble about Watch restores and obsess over a whole bunch of photos on an audio-only podcast.” Sponsored by: Fracture: Your pictures, printed directly on glass. Great gift idea. Backblaze: Online backup for $5/month. Native. Unlimited. Unthrottled. Uncomplicated. Automatic: Your smart driving assistant. The best dingus you’ll ever buy for your car. Save $20 with this (...)

Programmable Web

  • 00:22
    Voximplant, a cloud-based voice and video communications platform provider, has announced the release of Voximplant Web SDK 4.0, an SDK (beta) that developers can use to add voice and video communications capabilities to Web applications. Voximplant Web SDK 4.0 includes a number of key features such as Microsoft Edge audio calls support, the ability to enable video during an existing audio call, modification of audio and video streams via filters, and h.264 video codec "high priority" (...)

TechCrunch

  • 00:16
    “It is still incredibly important for startups to get their products in front of customers in stores,” explains Highway1 head Brady Forrest. “Startups traditionally face hurdles to entering brick and mortar retail, and that is why PCH is working with Best Buy to innovate in-store retail with things like direct to store shipping, which drastically reduces inventory cost for… Read More -- Hardware, TC, Best-Buy, PCH, ignite
  • 00:00
    If you had to crown an “App of the Summer,” Pokémon Go would undoubtedly be at the top of the list. The app became a household name within days of its July launch and was the most downloaded iOS app in a first week — ever. Pokémon built one of the most resilient brands in recent memory, and provided a playbook for other brands looking to catapult their intellectual… Read More -- TC, niantic, pokemon, content marketing, nostalgia








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