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Monthly archives for July, 2012

iPhone appeal dims as Samsung shines

iPhone sales are slowing whilst Samsung are finding great market traction. Have they found a winning formula with thinner phones with bigger screens?

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Enabling a Framework for Creativity

TinkerBrick – Lego Compatible iPhone Case – watch video

Samsung is the only Android profit engine…?

Apple and Samsung continue their stellar growth, whilst the rest of the competition are left behind. Sumsung actually grew it’s value by more than the iPhone.

Is it fair to say that Samsung is the only Android profit engine…? Read article.


Native vs Mobile Web Apps

An interesting look at the differences between creating apps for specific devices (e.g. iOS or Android phones/tablets) and creating a mobile web app which will work across multiple devices. Read article….

Say goodbye to your mouse and keyboard

Leap represents an entirely new way to interact with your computers. It’s more accurate than a mouse, as reliable as a keyboard and more sensitive than a touchscreen.  For the first time, you can control a computer in three dimensions with your natural hand and finger movements. Watch video….

Squatting at AOL

For two months last fall, Eric Simons secretly took up residence inside the Internet giant’s Palo Alto, Calif., campus, eating free food, enjoying gym access, and building a startup in the process.

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Coca-Cola Ad Case Video

Brilliant Coca-Cola Mobile Advertising Campaign. One of the finest examples of Mobile Advertising that we have seen so far. Brilliant idea and execution! Watch video.

A quarter of candidates don’t want the role

One in four Australian employees admit to applying for a job with no intention of taking the role, a leading provider of talent assessment solutions has found. Read more….

BMF launch first interactive ad for The Smith Family

Check out the video, it is a very clever use of an Interactive Installation to attempt to give passers by the feeling of being disadvantaged or left out. Very clever piece of work and the kind of thing we can expect more of in the future.