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So who still loves Personal Computers? You know, those huge clunky things we place on top of a desk? Haven’t you heard? The PC is dead!Read more →
Companies are now realising they can use social media to their advantage when it comes to business.
One such aspect is advertising. This goes double for small companies that cannot rival big ones when it comes to widespread advertising campaigns, and by the look of things, advertising with social media is just picking up.
The best things in life are free and sometimes this also applies to the digital world. While free apps do not necessarily mean they are the best apps, people usually do not think twice about downloading something they don’t have to pay for. Digital marketers also know offering something for free is a good way to get customers.Read more →
Google launches its new app “Google Now”Read more →
According to YouTube, advertisers must have YouTube as part of their marketing strategy if they want the attention and a loyal following among those in the 18-34 age bracket;Read more →
Some tools meant for play have actually become good for work. Take social media as an example.Read more →
In the end it will be the limits of devices like the iPad and Android mobiles that will lead their users to the PC tablets like Microsoft’s Surface, or so said Windows mogul Bill Gates.
Gates spoke to CNBC recently, saying among other things that Microsoft is implementing strategies to challenge Apple for a share in the tablet market.
If you relied on TweetDeck to keep up with your Facebook newsfeed you might be disappointed to learn that TweetDeck has dropped its support for the popular social media. That’s if you haven’t noticed already.Read more →
Would you be willing to pay for YouTube?
When YouTube said it was running a competition to determine the best video submitted online, it was meant to be a joke for April Fool’s Day. But when YouTube recently announced it was coming up with a paid subscription plan for some video distributors, they were not joking this time.
Recently YouTube finalized some channels which will now be available for subscription over YouTube.
The HTC First, the first mobile device to come fully loaded with Facebook Home for Android, is now being offered at 99 cents from $99 last week.
The ultra-reduced price, coming just over a month after the launch of First last April 12, has tech pundits wondering whether the move is a desperate ploy to get consumers to bite or just a common promotional pricing by the manufacturers.