Earlier this year, the heads of some of the UK’s biggest companies were asked to undertake an information security health check as part of a government crackdown on cybercrime. Despite the fact that only one in ten actually took part, this serves as an all-too-painful reminder of the risks of the modern age we live in.
Admit it, everyone you know including yourself has an inner geek just dying to come out. What better time of the year to bring your techie side out of its shell than during the holidays? There are so many little geeky gadgets you can choose from, the task can admittedly be overwhelming. Never fear. After reading this article you are going to have a much better grasp on some of the best techie toys around, sure to be a hit with anyone on your gift list.
When man needed a tool to communicate, he created the telephone. When man needed a pastime, he created poker. But when man needed poker on-the-go, he created online poker. As they say, necessity is the mother of invention.
So many marketers focus on promoting brands online: Twitter, Facebook, mailing lists, etc. It’s not difficult to see why–it doesn’t cost extra to post to Twitter or Tumblr, and there is the distinct possibility that one of your posts can go viral and bring worldwide attention to your business or brand.
These days it can seem like making games is an arena entirely dominated by huge studios with millions of dollars behind them. But in actual fact there are more tools than ever out there to allow you to create your own games, and many of them are completely free to use. Here’s a quick guide to some great beginner’s tools.
After Apple’s launch event of 5S, some mobile manufacturers took to Twitter to poke fun at the tech giant’s new launch. Some of these mobile vendors live in glass houses. One of them was Nokia mocking Apple’s colorful smartphone shutting eyes on its own Lumia series. Most importantly, it was Motorola poking fun at the new iPhone’s fingerprint scanner forgetting that in 2011 it had launched its very own smartphone with a fingerprint scanner on the rear.