Kamerafunktionen Upload-Funktionen , Facebook Instagram YouTube, Auflösung Sensor in Megapixel , 5 MP, Auflösung Foto in Megapixel , 12 MP, Allgemein Grundfarbe , silberfarben, Farbe Farbe , Silver, Bildschirm Anzahl Bildschirme , 1, Bildschirmdiagonale in Zoll , 2 ", Bildschirmdiagonale in Zentimeter , 5 cm, Bildschirmtechnologie , LCD, Videofunktionen Auflösungsstandard Video , 4K Ultra HD, Videoton , Stereo, Anschlüsse Typ Anschluss , HDMI USB, Anzahl USB-Anschlüsse , 1, Typ USB-Anschluss , Micro-USB, Unterstützte USB-Version , 2.0, Anzahl HDMI-Anschlüsse , 1, Netzwerk- und Verbindungsarten Netzwerkstandard , WLAN (Wi-Fi), Wi-Fi-Standard , b g n, Speicher Typ Cardreader , microSD, Stromversorgung Batterie-/Akku-Technologie , Lithium, Speicher Speichererweiterung maximal , 32 GB, Allgemein Lieferumfang , Akku 1 x USB-Kabel, Wasserdicht bis , 30 m, Kompatible Betriebssysteme , Android IOS, Stromversorgung Lademethode , Ladegerät, Art Stromversorgung , Akku (wechselbar), Maße & Gewicht Breite , 5,9 cm, Höhe , 4 cm, Tiefe , 2,4 cm,
Twenty-one years after its incorporation and 16 years after its stock peak, Yahoo sold for 96% less than its value on January 3, 2000, when it had closed at an all-time high of $118.75 per share, resulting in a market capitalization of $120 billion. Wall Street valued Yahoo!, at that time in business less than six years, higher than it did Disney, News Corporation, and Comcast combined. At the end of 2016, the top seven businesses on the list of the highest-valued companies in the world by market capitalization include Apple at #1, Alphabet (Google´s Parent Company) at #2, Amazon.com at #5, and Facebook at #7. Those companies combined are valued in excess of $2 trillion more than the price Verizon paid to acquire Yahoo! Yahoo!´s story is one of missed strategies, failed opportunities, and poor execution. Early decisions to de-emphasize search features, undervalue Google, and overplay Yahoo´s hand in the Facebook negotiations haunted the rest of the company´s existence. In addition, factors outside of Yahoo´s control - most notably how irrational expectations of Wall Street created an environment where short-term decisions were made at the expense of the long-term good. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Marguerite Gavin. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/gdan/002842/bk_gdan_002842_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
In this issue:COMMENT´´It Gets Better´´, by David Remnick: The future of marriage. PROFILES´´The Visionary”, by Jennifer Kahn: A digital pioneer questions what technology has wrought.ANNALS OF COMMUNICATION´´A Woman’s Place´´, by Ken Auletta: Upending the culture of Silicon Valley.BOOKS´´Pseudonymously Yours´´, by Joanna Kavenna: John Banville and Benjamin Black. THE CURRENT CINEMA´´Fired´´, by Anthony Lane: Review of Larry Crowne and Transformers: Dark of the Moon. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Dan Bernard, Christine Marshall. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/pe/nyer/110706/pe_nyer_110706_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
In this issue:´´How Bad Will Trump Be for Climate Policy?´´ by David Victor. ´´Trump´s Impact on Clean-Energy Businesses´´ by Peter Fairley. ´´Amazon´s Next Big Move: Take Over the Mall´´ by Nicholas Carr. ´´Mark Zuckerberg Is Funding a Facebook for Human Cells´´ by Antonio Regalado. ´´Web Pioneer Tries to Incubate a Second Digital Revolution´´ by Tom Simonite. ´´The Decline in Chinese Cyberattacks: The Story Behind the Numbers´´ by Mara Hvistendahl. ´´On Patrol with America´s Top Bioterror Cop´´ by Antonio Regalado. ´´Companies Bet on Designer Bacteria as New Way to Treat Disease´´ by Antonio Regalado. ´´Why We Still Don’t Have Birth Control Drugs for Men´´ by Emily Mullin. ´´The Science Behind Your Volumizing Shampoo´´ by Elizabeth Woyke. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Todd Mundt. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/pe/trev/161201/pe_trev_161201_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Blogs are everywhere. They have exposed truths and spread rumors. Made and lost fortunes. Brought couples together and torn them apart. Toppled cabinet members and sparked grassroots movements. Immediate, intimate, and influential, they have put the power of personal publishing into everyone´s hands. Regularly dismissed as trivial and ephemeral, they have proved that they are here to stay.In Say Everything, Scott Rosenberg chronicles blogging´s unplanned rise and improbable triumph, tracing its impact on politics, business, the media, and our personal lives. He offers close-ups of innovators such as Blogger founder Evan Williams, investigative journalist Josh Marshall, exhibitionist diarist Justin Hall, software visionary Dave Winer, ´´mommyblogger´´ Heather Armstrong, and many others. These blogging pioneers were the first to face new dilemmas that have become common in the era of Google and Facebook, and their stories offer vital insights and warnings as we navigate the future.How much of our lives should we reveal on the Web? Is anonymity a boon or a curse? Which voices can we trust? What does authenticity look like on a stage where millions are fighting for attention, yet most only write for a handful? And what happens to our culture now that everyone can say everything? 1. Language: English. Narrator: Lincoln Hoppe. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/rand/001902/bk_rand_001902_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
With Dot Complicated: Untangling Our Wired Lives, new media pioneer Randi Zuckerberg offers an entertaining and essential guide to understanding how technology and social media influence and inform our lives online and off. Zuckerberg has been on the front line of the social media movement since Facebook´s early days and her following six years as a marketing executive for the company. Her part-memoir, part-how-to-manual addresses issues of privacy, online presence, networking, etiquette, and the future of social change. PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Randi Zuckerberg. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/harp/003594/bk_harp_003594_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
There´s always been something universalizing about the Internet. The World Wide Web has seemed both inherently singular and global, a sort of ethereal United Nations. But today, as Scott Malcomson contends in this concise, brilliant investigation, the Internet is cracking apart into discrete groups no longer willing, or able, to connect. The implications of this shift are momentous. Malcomson traces the way the Internet has been shaped by government needs since the 19th century - above all, the demands of the US military and intelligence services. From World War I cryptography and spying to weapons targeting against Hitler and then Stalin, the monolithic aspect of the digital network was largely determined by its genesis in a single, state-sponsored institution. In the 1960s, internationalism and openness were introduced by the tech pioneers of California´s counter-culture, the seed bed for what became Google, Microsoft, Facebook, and Apple. But in the last 15 years, security concerns of states and the privatizing impetus of e-commerce have come to the fore and momentum has shifted in a new direction, towards private, walled domains, each vying with the other in an increasingly fragmented system, in effect a ´´Splinternet´´. Because the Internet today surrounds us so comprehensively, it´s easy to regard the way it functions as a simple given, part of the natural order of things. Only by stepping back and scrutinizing the evolution of the system can we see the Internet for what it is - a contested, protean terrain, constantly evolving as different forces intervene to drive it forward. In that vital exercise, Malcomson´s elegant, erudite account will prove invaluable. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jonathan Yen. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/028154/bk_adbl_028154_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Gary Vaynerchuk is an American entrepreneur, four-time New York Times best-selling author, speaker, and Internet personality. First known as a leading wine critic who grew his family´s wine business from $3 million to $60 million, Vaynerchuk is best known as a digital marketing and social-media pioneer at the helm of New York-based VaynerMedia and VaynerX. Vaynerchuk has made a number of personal investments as an angel investor including Facebook, Uber, Twitter, Venmo, and dozens of other startups. In 2017, Entrepreneur magazine put Vaynerchuk´s net worth at $160 million. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jimmy Kieffer. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/107845/bk_acx0_107845_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
In this issue:´´A Contrarian in Biotech´´ by Antonio Regalado.´´Industry Body Calls for Gene-Editing Moratorium´´ by Antonio Regalado.´´The Electric Mood-Control Acid Test´´ by Kevin Bullis.´´Gadgets Are Getting Better at Fooling Your Sense of Touch´´ by Rachel Metz.´´App Ads Are Booming Business for Facebook´´ by Robert D. Hof.´´Smartphones Will Soon Learn to Recognize Faces and More´´ by Tom Simonite.´´How People Will Use the Apple Watch´´ by John Pavlus.´´A Smart Watch Pioneer Has an Answer for Apple´´ by Rachel Metz.´´Your iPhone Might Make You a Reality TV Star´´ by Winston Ross.´´New Display Technology Lets LCDs Produce Princess Leia-Style Holograms´´ by Mike Orcutt.´´A Film Studio for the Age of Virtual Reality´´ by Rachel Metz.´´Five Loopholes That Could Undermine Net Neutrality´´ by George Anders. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Todd Mundt. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/pe/trev/150401/pe_trev_150401_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The definitive playbook by the pioneers of Growth Hacking, one of the hottest business methodologies in Silicon Valley and beyond. It seems hard to believe today, but there was a time when Airbnb was the best-kept secret of travel hackers and couch surfers, Pinterest was a niche web site frequented only by bakers and crafters, LinkedIn was an exclusive network for C-suite executives and top-level recruiters, Facebook was MySpace´s sorry step-brother, and Uber was a scrappy upstart that didn´t stand a chance against the Goliath that was New York City Yellow Cabs. So how did these companies grow from these humble beginnings into the powerhouses they are today? Contrary to popular belief, they didn´t explode to massive worldwide popularity simply by building a great product then crossing their fingers and hoping it would catch on. There was a studied, carefully implemented methodology behind these companies´ extraordinary rise. That methodology is called Growth Hacking, and it´s practitioners include not just today´s hottest start-ups, but also companies like IBM, Walmart, and Microsoft as well as the millions of entrepreneurs, marketers, managers and executives who make up the community of Growth Hackers. Think of the Growth Hacking methodology as doing for market-share growth what Lean Start-Up did for product development, and Scrum did for productivity. It involves cross-functional teams and rapid-tempo testing and iteration that focuses customers: attaining them, retaining them, engaging them, and motivating them to come back and buy more. An accessible and practical toolkit that teams and companies in all industries can use to increase their customer base and market share, this book walks readers through the process of creating and executing their own custom-made growth hacking strategy. It is a must read for any marketer, entrepreneur, innovator or manger looking to replace wasteful big bets and ´´spaghetti-on-the-wall´´ approaches with more consistent, replicable, cost-effective, and data-driven results.