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Product Development and Analytics — Quartz
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Product development, analytics for Quartz. Former mobile apps product manager for WSJ. priya {at} http://t.co/G318vIng6k

Lessons From Five Years in Mobile News Apps: #1 Don’t have a news app.

medium.com — I spent five years working on a mobile news app  - first as an editor helping curate and package content and then as a product manager shepherding it through a complex visual and technical redesign. And here's the #1 lesson from my experience: If you are a small or medium sized publisher don't have a news app.
Oct 08, 2015

Lessons from an editor who spent 5 years working on news apps: #1 Don’t have a news app, by @pgcat medium.com/swlh/lessons-f…

Oct 08, 2015

RT @brittanyhite: Lessons from an editor who spent 5 years working on news apps: #1 Don’t have a news app, by @pgcat medium.com/swlh/lessons-f…

Oct 08, 2015

RT @pgcat: I am going to come out and say it: Lessons From 5 Years in Mobile News Apps: #1 Don’t have a news app. bit.ly/1OWmJbb

Oct 08, 2015

“Lessons From Five Years in Mobile News Apps: #1 Don’t have a news app.” by @pgcat medium.com/swlh/lessons-f…

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Lessons From Five Years in Mobile News Apps: #1 Don’t have a news app*.

medium.com — I spent five years working on a mobile news app  - first as an editor helping curate and package content and then as a product manager shepherding it through a complex visual and technical redesign. And here's the #1 lesson from my experience: If you are a small or medium sized publisher don't have a news app.
Oct 06, 2015

I am going to come out and say it: Lessons From 5 Years in Mobile News Apps: #1 Don’t have a news app. bit.ly/1OWmJbb

Oct 06, 2015

RT @pgcat: I am going to come out and say it: Lessons From 5 Years in Mobile News Apps: #1 Don’t have a news app. bit.ly/1OWmJbb

Oct 06, 2015

@rafat my 2 cents for Skift and other small/medium publishers: don’t do a native mobile app! bit.ly/1OWmJbb

Oct 06, 2015

Lessons from 5 years in mobile news apps, by my former colleague @pgcat medium.com/@pgcat/lessons…

Oct 06, 2015

RT @rafat: “Lessons From Five Years in Mobile News Apps: #1 Don’t have a news app*.” by @pgcat medium.com/@pgcat/lessons…

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U2 Hangs up on Apple, Dials BlackBerry

wired.com — U2 and the ultra-cool, geek favorite Bono are all over the airwaves with the release of the band's latest album, No Line On The Horizon. As the group gets ready to go on tour comes the news that the band may also be giving up on its long relationship with Apple.

A Closer Look at Apple's New Tablet, the iPad

wired.com — After months of speculation, Apple has unveiled its tablet, called the iPad. The slim, large screen device evokes much of the same user interface as the iPhone, but it's bigger and has some surprise features including Apple's own custom chip. Here's the rundown on specs and some highlights of the device.
Jan 26, 2015

It’s funny to look back at early iPad reax and remember a time when not having Flash was considered controversial: wrd.cm/1BfP5Si

Gallery: Robot Bartenders Sling Cocktails for Carbon-Based Drinkers

wired.com — The secret to a great cocktail, most connoisseurs would agree, has something to do with the ice, the liquor, the glass - and the bartender. But what if the bartender is not a warm-blooded human with a sympathetic ear, but rather a cold, soulless machine made of pistons,...
Sep 30, 2014

Would you take a drink from a robot bartender? If you answer no, should we really be friends? goo.gl/EGCzV1 pic.twitter.com/R1BmmNp8sp

Apple Updates iOS with Keyboard, Touch ID Enhancements

blogs.wsj.com — Apple has released an update to the iOS mobile operating system used in iPhones and iPads, bringing enhancements to the keyboard and TouchID fingerprint recognition feature. The iOS 7.1.1 update fixes a bug that could potentially affect how responsive the keyboard is and improves the TouchID fingerprint recognition feature, according to documentation from Apple.
Apr 22, 2014

Apple Updates iOS with Keyboard, Touch ID Enhancements buff.ly/1lBocSo

10 Apps People Actually Want in a Connected TV

blogs.wsj.com — Apparently, Internet-connected TVs and media set-top boxes really are catching on: A whopping 75 percent of connected TV users actually care about their video apps, says The NPD Group, a firm that tracks market data and consumers. Topping the list of most wanted apps is Netflix, followed by YouTube and The Weather Channel.
Apr 21, 2014

What apps do you actually want on a connected TV? @pgcat has the scoop on @npdtech study's top 10: on.wsj.com/1mszjOU (History tops HBO)

Apr 21, 2014

RT @geoffreyfowler: What apps do you actually want on a connected TV? @pgcat has the scoop on @npdtech study's top 10: http://t.co/VFpdoiBY…

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$50,000 Robot Seeks Room, Board-and Programming

blogs.wsj.com — If you think $50,000 is not too much for an adorable, smart robot that can be trained to unload a dishwasher or get a beverage, a startup called Unbounded Robotics says it is ready to ship you one soon. The eye-catching UBR-1 stands 4 feet tall and weighs about 160 lbs.

Smartphone-Connected Air Purifier Cranks Up When the Pollen Is High

blogs.wsj.com — On the heels of the GE app-enabled window air conditioner, Honeywell has introduced the first Bluetooth-enabled air purifier, one that can be controlled with a smartphone app. The air purifier, priced at $250, filters dust, mold and other allergens like less expensive models.
Apr 16, 2014

As an itchy-nosed tree-pollen allergy sufferer, I'm intrigued by this smartphone-connected air purifier: on.wsj.com/1mdElPp by @pgcat

Apr 16, 2014

Wish there was a buyback scheme for gadgets. I want to trade in my current air purifier for this app-enabled one! blogs.wsj.com/personal-techn…

Apr 16, 2014

Smartphone-Connected Air Purifier Cranks Up When the Pollen Is High buff.ly/1mdP3FB

How to Trade In Your Cellphone for a New Samsung Galaxy S5

blogs.wsj.com — Samsung's latest smartphone, the watertight Galaxy S5 reviewed here, is now available from most major cell carriers. If you want to save a little money on the upgrade price-$200 with a contract, $650 or so without-consider a trade-in.
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Feb 03, 2016

RT @raju: What @facebook once giveth in page-views, it now bestows in video-views. The dog will wag this tail any which way twitter.com/mathewi/status…

Feb 01, 2016

RT @rafat: A disappointingly basic white paper from LSE on email newsletters, written as if it came into vogue 3 years ago. t.co/oegux2iT5M


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