Monthly Archives: May 2012

Multizone named Business of the year in the leatherhead & District Business Awards

UK mobile apps software specialist Multizone named Business of the year in the Leatherhead and District Business Awards …innovative locally developed mobile apps for policing engagement recognised… On 23rd May 2012, we attended the Leatherhead and district business awards at … Continue reading

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Simply Moorish

re-pressed from the Independent 26.05.2012 So Moorish: Mark Hix offers his own take on classic Moroccan dishes Why not create a north African-inspired feast to share with your friends? Over the past 15 years, there has been a steady rise … Continue reading

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PayPal and Softbank announce new joint venture in Japan, mobile app

reblogged from engadget by Anthony Verrecchio on May 9th 2012 PayPal has joined forces with Softbank to bring its mobile payment system / digital wallet to Japan.PayPal Here uses an encrypted card reader — like its BFF Square, and more recently, VeriFone — to minimize users’ … Continue reading

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Google Maps for Android takes you inside with improved walking directions

reblogged from engadget author Brian Heater  posted May 9th 2012 All right, so Google Maps has gotten you safely to your destination. Now what?! Don’t panic — the company is rolling out indoor walking directions for the app’s latest Android release. Version 6.7 also features … Continue reading

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BookBook For iPhone: A Luxury Leather Wallet Case That’s Almost Perfect [Review]

reblogged forom Cult of Mac by Killian Bell [apr 30] Like the rest of the BookBook range, Twelve South’s BookBook for iPhone ($60) is a luxury, handmade leather wallet case that’s designed to look like a pocket-sized vintage book. Not only will … Continue reading

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Corporate hit as Herbert Smith kicks off London redundancy consultation

Re-blogged from LegalWeek.com:  Author: Suzi Ring Herbert Smith is set to make up to 51 redundancies in London, with many of the job losses expected in the firm’s City corporate practice. The firm announced today (30 April) that it is … Continue reading

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RIM: another limited-edition developer device coming later this year

reblogged form engaget: By Brad Molen posted May 1st 2012 3:17PM Before wrapping things up at the BlackBerry 10 Jam keynote, Alex Saunders lobbed out a whale of a tidbit: the Dev Alpha may be joined by another, “very limited-edition” … Continue reading

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Here’s Why Google and Facebook Might Completely Disappear in the Next 5 Years

re-pressed from Forbes Author Eric Jackson We think of Google and Facebook as Web gorillas.  They’ll be around forever. Yet, with the rate that the tech world is moving these days, there are good reasons to think both might be gone completely … Continue reading

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Interest in Pinterest Reaches a Fever Pitch [INFOGRAPHIC]

Reblogged from Mashable! Author Jeremy Cablona Could Pinterest be the silver bullet for retailers on social media?  Pinterest is clearly resonating with online consumers in a big way.  To put it simply, customers who find a product via Pinterest are more likely … Continue reading

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