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Breakfast At 15 Degrees

As many of us in the marketing world know, brand loyalty is a crucial pillar of any business model. Without it we would lose the ability to retain customers and gain repeat purchases. An enjoyable brand experience is a fundamental factor to grow brand loyalty, and my...

Printer used to create tiny 3D racing car

Scientists testing the capabilities of new printing technology have used 3D printer supplies to create a tiny model of a Formula One car that measures less than a third of a millimetre in length. The team from the Vienna University of Technology stated the technique...

Broadband gap ‘too big in Britain’

Although internet connectivity is improving in the UK, there is still a significant gap between services in urban and rural areas. This is according to Broadband Expert spokesman Richard Patterson, who noted the best services are limited to people in towns and cities....

Google+ users ‘will hit 400m’

One organisation believes uptake of Google+ is likely to increase significantly this year. Since its launch in 2011, Google's social networking platform has failed to achieve the kind of success its rival Facebook is enjoying. According to figures from comScore,...

Best Google Chrome Themes 2012

Best Google Chrome Themes 2012

Since being released in 2008, Google Chrome has now become one of the most popular browsers for internet users. The reason behind chrome’s popularity is its speed, simplicity, security and the additional features it offers. Being honest, Google Chrome is my first...

Internet users ‘must give thought to passwords’

Consumers have been offered advice about staying safe on the internet and protecting themselves from criminals. Chief executive officer of getsafeonline.org Tony Neate explained people should give some thought to the passwords they use, as protecting their online...

Google Culture | Soft furnishings and hard work

Google Culture | Soft furnishings and hard work

Google… It means many things to many people, but in one way or another it touches all our lives.

The company that was founded in 1998 by Larry Page and Sergey Brin has had such a profound influence on modern culture that the word Google is now used as a verb. If we’re not sure of a fact, or want to find what’s on at a local cinema or need to buy ink cartridges, then we ‘Google it’.