Online marketing in 2012 and possible technology trends
Mobile technology is the future, a cliché perhaps, but it is true. So it is more important than ever to pay attention to new trends and optimise your website accordingly.
This may involve something as simple as changing the layout of a webpage or even launching an enhanced Facebook campaign.
So before you get clicking or hiring new staff, let’s look at the expected … - Read More >
Google Changes for the New Year
As the New Year approaches, Google is set to face several key changes; both to their service and how they operate.
Specifically, Google may have to make changes to its algorithm following US and EU court action.
So, what can we expect for 2012?… - Read More >
Although Apple users can already swipe and click a link with their finger, a new app called ‘MoboTap’ takes this concept one step further.
MoboTap has been designed to allow Apple users to navigate through a selection of on-screen shapes, which are all drawn with the index finger. For instance, swiping the letter G would take you to Google.
The system has a series of default gestures but … - Read More >
Activists claim that Apple is using suppliers that pollute the environment.
Apple has faced fresh allegations that the way it produces some of its devices is damaging the environment. However the company has countered these claims and commented that it was ‘committed to the highest standard of social responsibility’. Despite this there are still reports coming in that suggest that Apple factories in China were harming the environment though their practices.
Environmental groups in … - Read More >
Japanese electronics giant Sony yesterday unveiled not one but two tablet computers to rival the iPad.
The tablets currently called Tablet P and Tablet S, were revealed as the IFA conference in Berlin.
Sony plan to launch the tablets in direct competition with Apples iPad, a market where many other electronics companies have failed.… - Read More >
Mr.Jobs, who is 56, is a pancreatic cancer survivor and has been on medical leave since 17th January, with an undisclosed condition.
This is currently his third medical leave since his diagnosis of cancer seven years ago, in his resignation he said he is no longer able to meet his chief executives duties and expectations.… - Read More >
Last week, a blogger exposed five counterfeit Apple stores in China but now, to the surprise of many, additional stores have been found in a variety of other countries.
Fake stores have already been found in Croatia and Venezuela, to name but a few, and other stores are expected to be found as the story develops.
Two of five Chinese stores have already been shutdown by government officials, in an attempt … - Read More >
By the weekend its total number of users is set to reach the 20m mark, in just under three weeks since its launch.
Last week on two separate occasions, two million people signed up to the networking site in just a day.… - Read More >
After Jarrod McKinney ‘s iPhone fell out of his pocket during a 13,500 feet skydiving lesson, he thought that he had lost it forever. However, upon landing he was “absolutely shocked” not only to find his phone but to discover that it still worked.
It appears that McKinney was so eager to jump out of the plane that he forgot to zip his trouser pockets, explaining how … - Read More >
Apple only released their iCloud service one week ago but they are already being sued by iCloud Communications for trademark infringement.
The service has been developed to compete with Amazon and Google but any hopes of market domination may have to be put on hold until these legal issues have been resolved.
The major issue that iCloud Communications have with the Apple iCloud service is its name, as the company believe it infringes … - Read More >