The latest and possible the greatest Google Doodle is now viewable on the Google homepage. It celebrates 60-years since Stanislaw Lem’s first book was published and has been hailed as Google’s most complex Doodle ever.
An ebook, compiled entirely with Steve Jobs’ greatest email hits has just gone on sale for $2.99. The ebook, “Letter to Steve: Inside the Email Inbox of Apple’s Steve Jobs”, features various emails such as how he handled the missing Apple iPhone 4 prototype situation with Gizmodo editors.
Sean Williams, BT Group Director of Strategy and Policy and Portfolio, has recently confirmed that the UK is currently on track in its plans to have the fastest broadband connections in Europe by 2015.
The late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs has been nominated for Time magazine’s Person of the Year. If he does indeed win, Jobs will be the first person to be posthumously awarded the title.
Carphone Warehouse are to close down Best Buy stores in the UK after huge losses throughout the year.
Google are planning to invest $100 million in brand new YouTube channels that are to provide exclusive and original content from a host of media outlets and celebrities.
A british man, Trevor Prideaux, has become the first man in the world to have his prosthetic arm used as a smartphone dock.
It’s that time of year again and the latest Google Doodle is here. This time it’s in celebration of Halloween and instead of the usual interactive logo, the company have opted for creating a giant real life doodle.
It’s indisputable. Social media is the most important communications channel to emerge this century. Less than a decade ago, it was unheard of; now, it’s ubiquitous – Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, YouTube, and countless others, all bringing people closer together.
Virgin Galactic have announced that its first passenger flights will not occur before 2013, leading to speculation that flights could begin in 2013 sometime.