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Amazon launches new TV streaming and online gaming service

Posted on April 4, 2014

Online retailing site Amazon has announced the introduction of its latest product, Amazon Fire TV, an internet connected TV set-top (more…)

Posted by Alan Littler

Sky Movies to send physical copies of DVDs

Posted on April 3, 2014

As we move further into the digital age, many of us fear that the physical copy of the DVD will soon become extinct. However, Sky has revealed to online news providers that its new buy and keep movie store will not only provide digital copies of films, but also send physical copies out via (more…)

Posted by Alan Littler

Samsung introduces new free music streaming service

Posted on March 12, 2014

Electronics company Samsung has launched a new music streaming service called (more…)

Posted by Alan Littler

Facebook’s acquisition of WhatsApp disputed

Posted on March 11, 2014

Social networking site Facebook’s purchase of messaging software WhatsApp has been challenged by privacy groups following the announcement of the deal, estimated to be worth around (more…)

Posted by Alan Littler

LoveFilm rebranded to Amazon Prime Instant Video

Posted on February 27, 2014

Instant streaming service LoveFilm has been officially rebranded as Amazon Prime Instant Video this week as the firm attempts to mount a fight back against dominant rival Netflix.

LoveFilm was bought out by (more…)

Posted by Richard Bell

SAScon Mini 2014 – a roundup

Posted on January 20, 2014

Specialists from a host of digital companies came to Manchester on Friday for the increasingly popular SAScon Mini conference.

This year, experts in a range of fields converged on The Studio to give their presentations. Two spaces – the ‘main room’ and the ‘genius room’ – were open to attendees, with talks being given simultaneously throughout the day.

Things kicked off with a roundtable discussion held by the event sponsor, Melbourne Server Hosting, followed by an introduction from Latitude Digital Marketing’s managing director, Richard Gregory.

In the main room’s first presentation of the day, ‘State of the PR Nation’, Drew Benvie of Battenhall discussed the significant impact that social media has had on how companies approach PR.

Perhaps one of the biggest changes that Benvie talked about is the fact that, through social media, customers are able to give feedback in real time.

He said that companies over in the U.S. have been somewhat more responsive to the changing nature of PR when compared to firms on this side of the pond. As an example, he spoke about how the San Francisco Chronicle now sends its journalists on an intensive social media boot camp.

Discussing the slow response to social media from some companies, Benvie said he believes it is a fear of something potentially going wrong that holds firms back from establishing themselves on sites like Twitter and Facebook. However, he said that when used correctly, the social approach can (more…)

Posted by Richard Bell

Spotify brings free music to iOS and Android

Posted on December 13, 2013

Bosses at Spotify are set to make the free version of the service available to users of iOS and Android devices.

Under the changes, those wanting to access Spotify on a smartphone will be able to create their own track playlists and listen to them in (more…)

Posted by Richard Bell

Russian tech firm launches double-sided smartphone

Posted on December 5, 2013

A modem development company in Russia has launched its first smartphone – an innovative device with a screen on either side that it hopes will allow it to (more…)

Posted by Richard Bell
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