wearable January 14, 2015 posted by Kate Critchlow

Wearable Technologies – present and future

There are a vast number of options when it comes to recent technology releases, and of course an increasing number of these technology gadgets are wearable gadgets in some form or another, giving us a very clear trend for the years to come. There are a number of different things to consider with wearable technology – does wearing it make it any better? In a lot of cases the key reason for wearable tech appears to be the convenience of it – having access to your existing devices but working…

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Jobs January 14, 2015 posted by Elvis Adomnica

Jobspotting launches personalised job matching

You might not screen job ads in your newspaper anymore. Still, you screen hundreds and hundreds of online job posts – often without finding the right position. This problem is solved by Jobspotting’s recommendation engine which will be launched on January 8th. Users of Jobspotting get matched with relevant opportunities found across the web based on their skills, work experience, and location. The service will start in Germany and the UK for jobs in IT and Marketing with expansion into new job verticals and countries planned in the coming quarters….

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Jobspotting launches personalised job matching
infograph January 8, 2015 posted by Elvis Adomnica

LinkedIn vs. Facebook Comparison [infographic]

Did you know that there are 1.35 billion users on Facebook, and while the network is often overlooked as a professional resource that there are 25 million business pages? This infographic examines the unique opportunities each platform offers a professional in today’s digital world (click the image to enlarge). Author Bio Richard Madison is the Marketing Executive of the Brighton School of Business & Management which provides coaching in leadership, management and networking, and he is regularly writing about interesting facets of the professional world. brighton school facebook linkedin richard…

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app December 29, 2014 posted by Adrian Ignatescu

Usability Testing – A Pertinent Method Of Boosting Mobile App Success Rate

A lot of time and effort goes into creation of a remarkable mobile application. If you are an app designer then you must be well acquainted with all the trends that work as the best match for delivering an app that meets the client’s requirements. One of the most commonly misunderstood things about mobile app designing is collection of feedback from real users. Also called as app usability testing, you need to analyze the user behavior for your application and get a clearer picture about the way your app is…

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Usability Testing – A Pertinent Method Of Boosting Mobile App Success Rate
Analytics December 23, 2014 posted by Adrian Ignatescu

Google Announces Major Update In Its Tracking Products

Google announced in Mid October this year a big update to Version 2 of its free tagging system called Google Tag Manager. Google Tag Manager works via a small a code snippet called “container”, which has to exist on all the pages of your website. The container snippet can basically replace tracking code like Google Analytics, Floodlight,etc. Once a container snippet has been added to your site, you will be able to update, add and administer tags from your Google Tag Manager account without involving the IT department and make any code changes….

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Google Announces Major Update In Its Tracking Products
startups general December 22, 2014 posted by Adrian Ignatescu

Starting Up a Business But Have No Funds Yet? Try These

Your funds may be limited, but this should not be a hindrance in pursuing of starting and managing your own business. Even with a $100 or less, you can start a business provided that you have the right skills, marketing know-how, technical capabilities and work ethic. Use the combination of these in increasing your initial capital. Here’s how. 1) Create something. Make something of value out of your best skills. Market your creations to your relatives, friends and colleagues offline and online. Build a presence online such as on social…

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Starting Up a Business But Have No Funds Yet? Try These
emerging technologies December 12, 2014 posted by Adrian Ignatescu

The Coolest Must-Have Smart Home Devices

The age of technology is upon us as mobile phones are consistently being upgraded to provide us with more features to make our daily lives much easier. We become dependent on them to the point of addiction, but yet our home devices lack the upgrade that it needs. So without further ado, here are the current must-have smart devices that can make your life safer and simpler all in the comfort of your home.   SimpliSafe Home Security   With a wide selection of DIY installation sensors, the SimpliSafe security…

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The Coolest Must-Have Smart Home Devices
events Inspiration November 29, 2014 posted by Hercules Fisherman

Web Summit 2014 And The Age of the Startups

This was by far the busiest time of the year for me.The space for startups is heating up and expanding. We are at the beginning of a mega startup boom and a gold rush. The Websummit growth has been a phenomenal success when the hosting venue and the city of Dublin became saturated as 23.000 delegates flocked and filled it to the brim. The officials and cultural attaches were present there too; and they are getting more and more involved in startups, with investors holding receptions at consulate level already. The…

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Web November 25, 2014 posted by Dan Mill

Latest Trends in Website Design

Website design is like any other design industry—there are trends and things that go out of style. But instead of being dictated by the design houses in the fashion industry, web design is dictated by the response of the consumer and how companies design their sites around their target demographic. In essence, the better the website testing and metric analyzation, the better website design becomes. Six Web Design Trends that You Don’t Want to Ignore To help you get a better grasp on what’s hot and what’s not in web…

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Latest Trends in Website Design
app startups general November 20, 2014 posted by Adrian Ignatescu

10 Startups That Have Changed Our Life

People are always excited to find new products, services, or online startups that make their lives even more convenient than they already are. There is a huge potential for companies that try to find us good shopping deals and great dates for our events, or connect us with more people in the online world. However, there are also some startups that seriously affect certain aspects of our lives. In the continuation, we will present the most innovative recent launches that really have the potential of changing our lives. Scoot Networks…

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infograph startups general November 6, 2014 posted by Adrian Ignatescu

Known Qualities Of Successful Entrepreneurs [Infograph]

Start-up fever is everywhere, and it seems that everyone is turning that great idea they have into the business they’ve always wanted to run. It’s not all fun, though, and there are real challenges that lie ahead. In this infographic from Intuit.co.uk, we look at the qualities most commonly seen in successful entrepreneurs, and the questions would-be business owners need to be asking themselves before getting involved. entrepreneurship startups

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Known Qualities Of Successful Entrepreneurs [Infograph]
emerging technologies November 6, 2014 posted by Deney Dentel

Beyond Cloud Computing: Modern Businesses Must Employ Cloud Security Measures

All over the world, the positive effects of cloud computing are becoming more evident. Because of this technology, many businesses and individual users have begun to use mobile devices and computers on a completely new level. But, at the same time, many feel hesitant when they think about adopting these kinds of services in their IT sector. Of course, having second thoughts is completely expected, and data security presents itself as one of the main concerns of professionals who are working in the field of IT. Many global companies like…

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Web October 28, 2014 posted by Dan Mill

8 Common Mistakes to Avoid on Your Website

In the past, it might have been okay to make a few errors on your website—at least you had one! But now, there is simply no excuse for having mistakes on your website, especially since almost every business or person out there has their own site. The slightest slip up could be the difference between your prospects going over to your competition’s site and making a purchase and that’s something you will rarely ever bounce back from. Eight Awful Website Mistakes you Must Avoid So if you’re creating a new…

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3d printing accelerators October 23, 2014 posted by Hercules Fisherman

Alternative Miss World with 3DScanbot

Andrew Logan Alternative Miss World 2014 Captured by 3DScanbot This was, without a shadow of a doubt, the most sought after glitterati chic party of the decade,  held at the Shakespeare’s Globe,  a perfect  place to get theatrical and lose inhibitions. The globe is a unique wooden structure which has nothing to do with the Greek or Roman architecture, but it has its own charm. This year, the event was included on a crowdfunding website, raising over £21k successfully under a month,  culminating in pre selling most of the tickets through the campaign….

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travel startups October 16, 2014 posted by Elvis Adomnica

LEAN Startup Launch of Startuptravels

Background A couple of months ago I was writing about Startuptravels, a very promising startup from Copenhagen which is working on a professional social network allowing you to meet and connect with local entrepreneurs while traveling (the article can be found here). The team behind Startuptravels is a group of entrepreneurs from Copenhagen in Denmark who has been developing the platform for the past 3 months. The team consists of Anders Hasselstrøm, Henrik Haugbølle and Rasmus Frandsen. Before launch, Startuptravels has attracted 8000 entrepreneurs from 130 countries and almost 1200…

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LEAN Startup Launch of Startuptravels