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Month: December 2013

Bride Walks Down Aisle Wearing Google Glasses

Jessica Kuan recorded this special moment in her life with the help of Google Glasses as she married Steven Soong on Aug 23rd. “My husband and I have a love for technology. We wanted to use Google Glass to capture the most intimate moment of our lives,” Kuan said in...

Top 5 tips for successful online sales

Well, it’s one of the last shopping days before Xmas and I’ve just read that its going to be the busiest shopping day of the year. Being a typical male I’m just about to venture out with my 5 year old son to buy presents, why didn’t I do it...

Google + add Twinkle and Snow effect to images

As it is the time to be merry and giving Google + have released two cool new photo features called Twinkle and Snow. Twinkle Animated GIF’s When you upload a photo of your Christmas tree lights, house decorations or infact any picture that has colourful festive lights on it, Google...

Big Issue seller Simon Mott first to take online payments

Simon Mott has become the first Big Issue seller to allow his customers the ability to pay online via his smart phone. Using a mobile payment device from Swedish company iZettle Simon can securely take money from people in the street after finding few of his customers now carry cash....

Does Facebook need an ‘Ah’ button?

How many times have you been browsing through Facebook and seen a sad update from an old acquaintance or friend that you’ve lost touch with? You really want to show that you care but don’t know them well enough to comment direct with out it sounding weird, even worse –...

Stephen King gets writers block on Twitter

The famous king of horror, Stephen King, has taken his first small steps on Twitter Friday afternoon. Despite joining this service relatively late King is a huge fan of digital media. In 2000, he published the worlds first mass market commercial e-book ‘Riding the Bullet’ and in the same year...
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