Heralded as a new frontier in human-computer interaction, the Leap Controller was launched earlier this year, promising a 3D, gesture controlled interface that would that would make us all feel a little more like Tony Stark. Retailing at just under … Continue reading
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Looking at high-level stats we talked about our last Google+ post a few weeks ago, the prevailing skepticism over G+’s use as a tool for gaining reach seems to be justified. The real virtues of Google’s great social hope, for the … Continue reading
We’re living in a time of hyper-accelerated change in consumer behaviour. While that’s a truism we can all probably agree on, it doesn’t lose its power to surprise at times. I was reminded of it yesterday when hunting for a … Continue reading
It looks like Google has a bone fide hit on their hands. The Chromecast, the HDMI video streaming dongle from Mountain View, sold out in an hour in Best Buy, and stocks at Amazon and Google play quickly followed suit. … Continue reading
It’s the question that’s birthed over one hundred and sixty million Google search results: Should my business be on Google+? And our gut-feeling, straight-from-the-hip short answer is: No, not worth the resources.
When questions are asked about the future of money, the answer is invariably mobile (regardless of the actual question asked). Why? Probably because, mobile usage has exploded and no industry has remained untouched by both the threats and the opportunities that the … Continue reading
Ahead of iQ FutureNow: Mobile on 4 July in Manchester, we talk to Tom Coppock, team lead of Adobe‘s Emerging Technologies Group, about the increasingly central role mobile is playing in digital strategy and how to measure your mobile strategy. Tom, Adobe … Continue reading