Tag: brands

News and Press

BlackBerry and Nokia still struggling to make a comeback

February 22, 2018


Last February, the once-great Nokia and BlackBerry brands each hoped to stage a triumphant return at the world’s largest phone show. A year on, we’re still waiting for a knockout device that will put either one back in the international […]

Networking, News and Press

The Hottest Retailers Right Now Are … Supermarkets?

August 11, 2016

Via: Pymnts

Supermarket chains dominated a list of hottest retailers in 2015, according to information released by the National Retail Federation’s (NRF) STORES magazine. The trend is reflective of “grocers moving away from a one-size-fits-all approach and adopting new practices that focus more on […]

App Review, News and Press

Twitter Is Inviting Users to Become ‘Twitter Insiders’ to Help Brands

June 7, 2016

Via: Motherboard

Twitter has retained a research firm to support a new program called Twitter Insiders, Motherboard learned earlier today, which is described as an “exclusive community” where these select users will play a “leading role in making the platform better for […]

News and Press

Google Tests Letting Brands, Celebrities Post Directly to Results

March 7, 2016

Via: NDTV-Tech

Google is experimenting with a new initiative that lets certain people and brands post their own search result directly. The unnamed experiment by Google features a design like the Google Now cards and show details directly from the concerned people […]

App Review, iOS

Why Big Brands Are Invading Podcasts

December 4, 2015

Via: Motherboard

An estimated 46 million Americans listen to podcasts each month, according to Edison Research, with shows covering topics as varied as the latest Apple rumors, how best to confront the Islamic State, and the analysis of old Seinfeld episodes. But […]

Android, Android Phone

Say goodbye to Lenovo Vibe phones, as Lemon and Moto brands should absorb them soon

November 24, 2015

Via: Pocket Now

The global ruler of the ailing PC market must take drastic action to stop its smartphone business from bleeding money after a not-so-smooth Motorola acquisition. Apparently, there’s not enough room under the Android sun for both Lenovo-branded handhelds and Motos, […]