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Fake Hacking – The new viral marketing trend

It seems like we can’t go a week without there being another story about how some big company has been hacked. Either they’ve lost thousands of users’ data, had their website defaced or they occasionally lose control of their social…

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Google’s just done an Apple

So yesterday Google had the breakfast meeting that it had announced a couple of weeks ago. It was heavily rumoured going into the meeting that we’d be seeing the new Nexus 7, and lo and behold, there it was for…

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How not to be friendzoned by your customers.

Have you ever been friendzoned? Likelyhood is that you have at some point, it’s certainly not an uncommon occurrence. Many question why this happens, and many theories and even books have been written on this subject (from our own experience,…

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Jelly Bean 4.3 accidentally arrives in the wild

In the tech world, were all just waiting for the next, newest thing to come around. Sometimes that comes predictably with a scheduled announcement by a big company, sometimes a surprise release, and sometimes someone at one of these big…

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New Nexus 7 suddenly arrives in the rumour mill

Google I/O 2013 was something of a disappointment. After last year’s hardware announcements and the upgrade to Jelly Bean, we were sort of hoping that something similar would come from the conference this year, but sadly no luck. Well, that…

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