The next generation iPad has been showcased at the San Francisco launch event and has been marketed as a ‘new model’ instead the iPad 3.
The highly anticipated new iPad was released last night to a captive audience in San Francisco. Although it’s not yet known how Apple will choose to market this product, judging by the previous models the new iPad is sure to … - Read More >
Wikipedia users are out in the cold as the site will be down for 24 hours
Wikipedia developers have decided to black out the English version of their website tomorrow, in protest of US anti-piracy legislation.
The heavily-used online resource, will go dark for 24 hours, which will undoubtedly cause disruption to the millions that click on to the site daily to “check their facts”.
If introduced the bill with attempt to … - Read More >
Soap.com is going to be their online go-to site for non perishable goods, like household products, personal care items and medicines and vitamins.
Wag.com is their online pet supplies store and features everything from pet foods and treats, to fish tanks and cat trees.
Both sites fall under the Quidsi brand, which is responsible for the biggest … - Read More >
Players at Nottingham Forest have been warned by their new manager that they face fines for every word they write on any social network site.
New manager Steve Cotterill has banned his Nottingham Forest squad from using Twitter and Facebook as he attempts to arrest the club’s slide down the table.
Any players caught accessing online social networks will face a fine of £1,000 for every word that … - Read More >
People need to be informed before applications are installed on their mobiles.
A smartphone app that was used by women to track the whereabouts of their partners has been toned down after the Japanese creator Manuscript received complaints that it was being used for spying and infringing on peoples’ privacy.
Named the ‘Kare Log’ or ‘boyfriend log’, the app could be secretly installed onto … - Read More >
The tool will allow local businesses to appear on regular searches.
In the clearest sign yet that Google is placing a larger emphasis on local search, the social media giant have this week announced a new local ad product called Google Circular. Google Circular gives businesses the chance to advertise to customers who are searching for the product/service they sell in their particular area.
Sounds pretty similar to what’s already happening right? Wrong! While … - Read More >
If you happen to go to Google.com today then you’ll see a new Google logo featuring balloons, streamers, candles and a cake.
The scene has been designed to celebrate the search engines 13th birthday, which is officially on September 27th.
Larry Page and Sergey Brin, the designers of Google, first put together the search engine in 1996 but it wasn’t until 1998 that it evolved into the Google … - Read More >
High profile cities could have their own top level domains in the future.
The official promotional agency for London will apply for a top level web domain for the city next year to boost its profile.
Securing the .London domain would help the capital to continue on in its mission to become a leader in digital innovation, according to London & Partners.
Gordon Innes, CEO of London & Partners said: “London … - Read More >
A German political party formed to share views on internet filesharing, censorship and data protection has won 15 seats in Berlin’s state Parliament following local elections on Sunday.
The Pirate Party surprised and delighted their supporters by achieving 8.5% of the vote and claiming 15 seats, enough to eliminate the Free Democrats who are a junior player in Chancellor Angela Merkel’s federal coalition government in Germany.
Not content … - Read More >
I feel like part of the furniture already.
Three weeks ago today I was offered the job at redsauce.com for the position of link builder. When Adam called me I was shocked and overwhelmed as I only had the interview forty minutes earlier.
As I walked into the building on my first day I’ve never been so nervous. When I have started new jobs in the past it has taken me … - Read More >