Posts tagged business
With exponential progress in technology more people are starting their own businesses, and those with established firms are finding new ways of running an efficient organisation. Regardless of the size or type of business, one thing is certain: people are relying increasingly on their smartphones to manage their businesses on the go. There has been a massive improvement in business Apps on the App Store with Apps catering to all kinds of organisations and individuals. But which of these Apps are good for you? TheAppleGoogle has done the research and selected Top 5 Business Apps for iPhone. No, there aren’t any note takers, card scanners or document storers. The Apps below help businesses — big or small, start-ups or established brands — to run more efficiently. Read More
For those users who don’t get along with their keyboards or have a difficult relationship with Siri, here is a tool which lets you write with a flourish of a finger. Use Your Handwriting does exactly what it says: you can write messages and notes in your own handwriting, as bad as it may be. Just tap to add a new note across ten categories – ranging from work to holiday – and write as much as you like and as quickly as you can. You can e-mail these notes and even tweet or “share” them on Facebook. Read More
Although search ads and text ads are still what drive Google, Larry Page today at Google’s earnings call reported that display ads were catching up and the industry at large is now worth $8 billion. Larry was excited as he noted that the revenue for the quarter had passed $10 billion for the first time. Read More
Google has launched a new fully-featured online magazine that completely optimizes the latest web technologies including HTML 5. The magazine is dubbed “Think Quarterly” and covers how data impacts businesses. The design as most of Google’s services is simply stunning, and features great images along with some mouse hovering animation. Read More
Though this was not announced at yesterday’s Apple event, Apple has silently released its support program for small business owners called Joint Ventures.
By being a part of Joint Ventures, Apple will completely help you setup your new Apple devices including the software part and will also educate your employes on a one to one basis about Apple products. The program will cost $499 for up to five system, with each additional system coverable for $99.
Google Chrome has more than 120 million users worldwide and the latest Web App Store makes Chrome all the more exciting. Starting today, Google Chrome will offer new controls that would allow techie people to configure and deploy the browser on Windows, Mac and Linux.