Industry News

The end of Flash for web designers?

2011

On the 8th of November 2011, an email containing information on Adobe’s decision was leaked to the world, vindicating everything Steve Jobs knew about Flash. The Flash player is to be substituted by HTML 5, a change that has been slowly gathering momentum over the past number of years. We believe that the Flash Player has reached its end.

The end of Flash for web designers?

Google + Real Time Search

2011

Since the launch of Google+ in June 2011, the social networking site has become modestly popular amongst internet, IOS, and Android users the world over. To date, there are over fifty thousand active users and the site that started out as just another social networking site is fast becoming more popular and more advanced than some of the other big players.

Google - Real Time Search

Introducing the new Facebook timeline

2011

We all know that Facebook has long been the front runner in the social networking arena. The innovation they have shown has set them apart from other would be competitors and it would seem that they aim to continue this trend in the marketplace. Since the site debut, they have incorporated numerous changes and updates to their user interface, most of which were received with great enthusiasm. The majority of these changes were aimed at making the interface more user-friendly whilst other changes were strictly for upgrading security.

Introducing the new Facebook timeline

Google launch 1st version of Google Wallet on Sprint

2011

Back in May, Google announced the introduction of Google Wallet, a virtual one-stop payment method. Say goodbye to cash and hello to Google Wallet. (Maybe ‘Hello Moto’ would be a good tagline).

Google launch 1st version of Google Wallet on Sprint

Awaiting the f8 Facebook announcement with anticipation

2011

The rumour mills are working in overdrive at the moment as the powers that be at Facebook have made it clear they’ll be making a big announcement at the f8 developers conference later this week. So what can we expect and will it be worth the build-up? In my experience, Facebook regularly make a huge deal about any pending announcements or changes and they rarely live up to the hype that surrounds them.

Awaiting the f8 Facebook announcement with anticipation

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