The internet; it has not only changed our world, but the way we do business as well. Therefore, it is of utmost importance that we make sure that we do everything in our power to tap into this vast goldmine of potential customers; thereby, not only increasing profits, but our dominance in the market as well.
In recent years, many businesses worldwide have started focusing on mobile web development, and the reason is pretty simple—if you want to expand your reach, you got to be where the world is heading! That’s right, smartphones have literally outrun . . . → Read More: Want a Surge in your Business? It’s Time to Create a Mobile Website
Google is again facing a new case, but this time they are not defending it, instead they are ready to pay the penalty.
The Mountain View, California-based Google is said to be negotiating with the FTC regarding the penalty or how much they have to pay for breaching the Safari Internet browser that Apple Inc. made, according to a person who is knowledgeable about the matter.
The fine could possibly reach over $10 million dollars, according to the person, who refused to be acknowledged for the reason that negotiations are private. The penalty will be the very first . . . → Read More: FTC Fines Google for Breaching Safari
It really is popular that many full touch-screen cell phones available today come with a scratch proof display covering known as the ‘Gorilla Glass.’ Manufactured by a New York based firm Corning Glass, the Gorilla Glass lets smartphone producers to feature a big bit of display on the front of the unit without worrying about probability of too much breakdowns or scratches. Even though this might appear to be a simple fix today, way back in 2006-2007 when Apple was preparing for the original iPhone kick off, this was not that easy.
Steve Jobs biography unveils his relationships . . . → Read More: Apple Inc. Recreated Gorilla Glass
Intel Corporation, the world’s largest chip maker announced today the new “Ultrabook” under development with its technology will cost around $1,000, but the price is expected to fall down to $799 in the coming years.
A price that high (expected to be slimmer, lighter and faster than other conventional laptops) would bring Ultrabook closer to tablets in terms of pricing. The company is not expecting these new units to be in the direct competition as they also cater to different categories of consumers with different needs.
Mooly Eden, Intel Vice-President and PC Client Group General Manager, said “Initially, the Ultrabooks . . . → Read More: Intel’s New Ultrabook Costs Almost $1,000