We are used to seeing all sorts of marketing and advertising ideas made by large companies, some are great and some are actually not so good, in fact many fall by the wayside only to be seen again when there is a feature on how not to advertise. But is seems that the main Mercedes […]Read More Mercedes Benz using guerrilla advertising
This is a place called Inventionland based in Pittsburgh in the US; it is the idea of George Davison who has built this wonderful place in an area that covers seventy thousand square feet, where he dares the employees to invent! There is a touch of the Willy Wonka here and there is no doubt […]Read More The best place in the world to work!
It looks as if no further action will be taken against the internet service provider (ISP) BT and the targeted advertising firm Phorm, following the secret trials of the Phorm service on unsuspecting BT customers, without their knowledge or consent! This happened around four years ago and since then, BT has parted company with Phorm […]Read More CPS drop BT and Phorm case
How many people were taken in by the Google Gmail Motion April Fools Day prank? well it seems that the joke may be on Google this time around as the people over at FAAST have apparently managed to get this feature working! The slick Google video failed to fool everyone, in fact surely there could […]Read More FAAST make Google Gmail Motion Work
The internet would not be much without Google and neither would April Fool’s Day, as the search giant likes to make the fool out of us mere internet users by simply making up a believable story and by putting the weight of the mighty Google behind it too for credibility. This is a list created […]Read More Google April Fools Pranks
When it comes to April Fools pranks Google are up there with the best of them, we have a seen many stories that have been put together so well that they make you think about it, could it be real or not. In many cases because this information is coming from Google, it is taken […]Read More Translate for Animals
In business circles, the social networking choice is not Facebook or Twitter, but Linkedin! This site has become so popular as a B2B networking force that it has passed several milestones in the past couple of years in 2009 it reached fifty million users and earlier this year that figure had doubled to one hundred […]Read More So how does Linkedin work?
Google not content with dominating the world of search, operating systems and just about anything else interesting have now gone into online publishing with a glossy 64 page magazine called “Think Quarterly”. According to Matt Brittin, the managing director of Google UK, said, “At Google, we often think that speed is the forgotten ‘killer […]Read More Google publish Think Quarterly magazine
If you watched the full length “Blinky” video we posted the other day, you will realise just how bad robots can go. So having just seen that video here is another one to watch, it is a bit worrying to say the least. I think this is supposed to be some sort of break dancing […]Read More Android does a Blinky
It has been a while in the making and believe me when I say it is well worth the wait, check out the latest offering from Mozilla, the Firefox 4 browser. It is neat and tidy, much better than the previous version and offers many new features; you cannot go wrong here the browser is […]Read More Check Out Firefox 4
There cannot be many internet users around the world who have not seen or heard of the Google Doodle. However, just to refresh, it is where the search giant changes its logo to what they call a special event logo. But it seems that for some time Google have been trying to patent Google Doodles […]Read More Google gets Doodle patent
These are cool, they see the Google Street car coming down the road and decided to take advantage and “Strike a Pose!” the result are these cool images, which make an awesome movie when strung together. This is what we want more of, instead fighting against the Big G, use them to your own […]Read More How to react when the Google Street Car passes
It seems that around the world the sight of the Google Street View car stirs up all sorts of reactions not all them supportive of the search giant’s work! In France, Google have been up in front of the data privacy regulator who promptly fined them around £100,000 for gathering data obtained from private Wi-Fi […]Read More French fine for Google Street View
Since Amazon started selling apps for Android powered mobile phones, they have used the term “Appstore” much to the annoyance of Apple, who have now filed a legal complaint in the Californian courts. According to Apple, “Amazon has begun improperly using Apple’s App Store mark in connection with Amazon’s mobile software developer program.” It added: […]Read More Apple sue Amazon over “Appstore”
To many of us Steve Jobs is simply hero, while to others he is the evil Emperor, but whatever camp he falls into there is one thing that he is and that is a genius! Check this is info graphic out to see exactly what makes him tick and how he came to be worth […]Read More Fifteen things you never knew about Steve Jobs!