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UK police investigate racist tweet against top footballer

Police in the UK are investigating allegedly racist comments made against Chelsea footballer Ashley Cole on Twitter. According Sky Sports, a Twitter user referred to the sports star as "choc ice" on the social network. Manchester United player Rio Ferdinand then responded, saying "I hear you fella! Choc ice is classic hahahahahaha!!". A UK police spokesperson said: "We have received complaints from members of the public regarding alleged racist comments made on a social networking site. "These concerns will be fully ...

Advertising & Marketing, Social media

3 ways to lose social media followers fast

facebook social media dislike If you are busy with a social media campaign, one of the most likely main goals is to raise your brand’s awareness and visibility. We are making connections on the social web to increase our personal visibility and the visibility of our business, products, and services. When starting with a social media campaign, do your best to research and find the best practices for each social media channel you will be diving into. It really isn't that hard. Follow a ...

Yahoo!

What does Marissa Mayer see at Yahoo! that we don’t?

marissamayer By now you know that Google's top female executive, Marissa Mayer, has jumped ship to take the helm at Yahoo!. Admit it, you did not see this coming. This is a big deal for the company that once sat at the top of the Silicon Valley pile. As Cnet columnist and former Mashable editor-at-large says "Yahoo! has pulled off an incredible coup." Since the controversial axing of Carol Bartz, the contentious position as head of the struggling tech giant has ...

Mobile

Don’t have a mobile strategy? You could soon be screwed

people with mobile phones Today, even though only eight percent of mobile apps are paid for, they generate more revenue than mainframes and the expenditure on devices are growing more than four times as fast as that of PCs. But more important than the devices and applications themselves are their impact on business. Think of retailers today. They are now not only able to detect all potential customers in a mall that come within 100 metres of their stores, they are also able to zone ...

Twitter

10 of the funniest tweets around Marissa Mayer’s Yahoo! appointment

Today is Marissa Mayer's first day on the job as Yahoo! CEO. Taking the wheel of an apparently sinking ship isn't going to be an easy task, however upbeat Mayer herself might be about the decision. Of course going from "employee number 20" at one of the biggest tech companies on earth to heading up a company whose shares have gone into free fall, declining more than 40% in the last five years, was bound to draw reaction from Twitter. In ...

Gearburn

Microsoft Office 2013 installed, previewed, loved

After what seemed like ages installing Office 2013 I was good to go. A word of advice to anyone ready to try out this new version of Office, don’t listen to what the dialog boxes are telling you. Anyway, when it was finally installed I gave it a whirl. As a person who practically lives in Office I was interested in how this new version of Microsoft's productivity suite would affect my everyday life. As I type this article on Word ...

News, Yahoo!

Marissa Mayer to take Yahoo! top spot

682px-Marissa_Mayer This is big. Google exec Marissa Mayer is set to take the top seat at Yahoo! According to the New York Times Google employee number 20 announced her resignation via phone earlier today. Interestingly Mayer, who has been at Google for 13 years and was its first female engineer, said the decision was a relatively easy one. Mayer seems intent on taking the ailing Yahoo! back to its glory days, when “people didn’t understand the difference between Yahoo! and the ...

Microsoft, News

Microsoft Office 2013 launches, head firmly in the cloud

New Office The all new version of Microsoft Office is here. Sort of. The Redmond-based tech giant today released a customer preview for the latest iteration of its wildly popular productivity suite, Office 2013. The familiar names -- Word, PowerPoint, Excel-- are all there but everything has distinct taste of "cloud" about it. In Outlook, for instance, you can view multiple email accounts, Facebook updates, and LinkedIn. You can also get ongoing updates on specific documents, sites and people delivered to ...

Future Trends, News

Online job trends: your next job should be in mobile, not SEO

Job Search Thinking about a career change? Well, you should probably think more about mobile, and less about Facebook and SEO. According to the latest online jobs trends report by Freelancer.com, the number of jobs for iOS and Android developers is continuing to grow, but jobs relating to the world's biggest social network declined 14% from April to June. In the wake of more updates to Google Panda, SEO jobs took a seven percent hit as Google made life more difficult for ...

News

80% of Chinese households could have smartphones by 2017

China is well on its way to becoming a global smartphone superpower. It already accounts for 22% of global smartphone shipments and by 2017, the vast majority of households will have at least one smartphone. According to mobile research company research2guidance, a rising middle class and the falling price of tech hardware means that 80% of Chinese families will be able to afford at least one low-end smartphone within the next five years. The company reckons that the average Chinese ...

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