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15 Apr 2014

POSTED BY Yezen Nwiran IN PR & Online Retail | Apr 15th, 2014

Australia gets its first Bitcoin in Sydney

Australia got its first Bitcoin in Sydney inside Westfield located on Pitt St. in Sydney on Tuesday. Bitcoin installations have been highly criticised by the National Australia Bank (NAB), which considers the technology as highly unsafe. The bank has even threatened to close the accounts of the businesses, which will be a part of this trading system.   However, Mr. Chris Gruzowski, co-owner of ABA Technologies which are the manufacturer of these Bitcoin ATMs has a different view on it....

13 Apr 2014

POSTED BY David Jackson IN PR & Online Retail | Apr 13th, 2014

Google Glass available to public in a one-day online sale

Google has announced that it will sell its Google Glass online to the public on 15 April.2014. As per the Google’s statement, only “US” and “Adults” will be able to make the purchase for the latest tech gadget by Google. The product will be sold at U.S. $1,500 dollars per piece to the citizens of the United States. The initial version of the Google Glass will be available on Tuesday starting from 9 am to US citizens to anyone who places the order online on the company’s...

09 Apr 2014

POSTED BY Emily Ritchie IN PR & Online Retail | Apr 9th, 2014

Online Retail sales down in February

According to recent findings by NAB Online Retail Sales Index, Australian online sales grew by just 0.1 percent in February. The month registered the slowest growth for the online retail industry in the last three months with January registering 1.1 percent growth after a subsequent well-built performance over the last three months. On the other hand, the business growth for the traditional businesses have improved in the past few months, mounting by 0.7 percent in January on a three-monthly...

05 Apr 2014

POSTED BY Mark Truskett IN PR & Online Retail | Apr 5th, 2014

Google launches Android TV

Google, the search engine giant is planning to launch another set-top box named “Android TV”. According to the blog, The Verge, Google is preparing to launch “Android TV” in the near future. The effort comes after the launch of a set-top box TV in 2010, which did not do fairly for itself. The TV set was not successful owing to its complexities of user interface such as sluggish and complicated operation. The new “Android TV” seems will be very much like Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and...

04 Apr 2014

POSTED BY David Jackson IN PR & Online Retail | Apr 4th, 2014

Australian privacy laws could cause trouble for Google glass

If the new Australian privacy law gets passed, it can cause problem for Google Glass. The product is already causing controversy in The United States, with the recent case of a man being accused by FBI agents for making a ‘pirated’ film he was watching at a theatre. The Australian Financial Review report details the law formed to avoid incursion of privacy and taking videos of individuals without their consent. If the law gets implemented; Australians can face trouble using Google Glass....

02 Apr 2014

POSTED BY David Jackson IN PR & Online Retail | Apr 2nd, 2014

ReachLocal Inc. Acquires 1000 Clients in First Six Months

ReachLocal, Inc., a start up company providing its customers with local online marketing solutions in The United States and Canada since 2013, has announced that its 1,000 clients are now live on ReachEdge marketing automation platform in the first six months itself. The company will be launching its services in the UK and Australia in 2014, with its new marketing software-as-a-service (SaaS) suite of products. The company helps in building responsive website design for optimising device user...

28 Mar 2014

POSTED BY Rebecca Herbert IN PR & Online Retail | Mar 28th, 2014

Adobe and SAP cross selling each others products

SAP and Adobe recently announced their reseller agreement to sell Adobe’s Marketing cloud with SAP HANA platform and Hybris Commerce Suite. In the global agreement, both the companies will invest to expand sales, marketing and development resources. With the partnership, both the companies want to create a ‘marketing cloud” solution for businesses who want to improve their customer relations and engagement. This “marketing cloud” will be an end-to-end collection of digital marketing...

19 Mar 2014

POSTED BY David Jackson IN PR & Online Retail | Mar 19th, 2014

Google buys Credit Karma for $100 million

Google recently announced that it has invested $100 million in Credit Karma, an online service that provides free credit report to the citizens of The United States. Launched in 2008, Credit Karma is a San Francisco-based company which provides free credit reports to its members. The website grew from its 9 million member base to 20 million member base, last year alone. The website gives its members access to their credit reports for free once every week. The United States has three main...

17 Mar 2014

POSTED BY Trent Fischer IN PR & Online Retail | Mar 17th, 2014

S2M JOINS FORCES WITH PRESTIGIOUS DESIGN AWARDS FOR INAUGURAL DIGITAL AND ONLINE AWARDS

S2M is proud to announce it has signed on as a strategic partner for Good Design Australia, which has launched for 2014 the Good Design Awards (formerly the Australian International Design Awards).  The Good Design Awards are calling for innovative entries from Australia and around the world to the 2014 awards. S2M Digital Recruitment is a leading provider of designers and developers across Australia that conceive, create and build some of the World’s most innovative digital media...

14 Mar 2014

POSTED BY Rebecca Herbert IN PR & Online Retail | Mar 14th, 2014

It’s not a cat business anymore

Grumpy cats, keyboard cats, furry cats, Madame George and other felines mean real business these days. These cats have caught the attention of social media lovers with an Internet Cat video Festival of their own held around various cities across the globe. The cat sensation was started by Scott Stulen, custodian of the Internet Cat Video Festival. Scott Stulen created the famous Henri le Chat Noir – a video series depicting a moody cat ‘Henri’. The video was in black and white and...

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