How mobile-friendly is your website? Test your website for mobile-friendliness and benefit from Google’s algorithm update in favour of mobile this April.
Irish mobile services company Phonovation has expanded its mobile payments service to include the purchase of Xbox LIVE Gold membership and Microsoft Points. Microsoft Points are the universal coin with which users can purchase games, movies and TV shows on their Xbox.
Google has begun to pilot a new mobile app called One Today. The app highlights a new charity each day and facilitates the donation of $1 to a particular nonprofit should the user choose to contribute.
Dropbox is busy cosying up with businesses, having recently introduced a new admin console giving company IT administrators “greater visibility and control over how their organisation uses Dropbox”. Now the cloud storage company is going one step further by introducing single sign-in, or SSO.
The Last of Us, Naughty Dog’s forthcoming PS3-exclusive title, is getting closer to its much anticipated release date with its first TV commercial this weekend. What’s more, the commercial will air during the season finale of AMC’s The Walking Dead.
A report from Radware, an applications delivery and security firm, suggests that page load times of the top 2,000 online retailers has risen substantially over the past year.
NDRC’s Inventorium, a programme that helps individuals, startups, and existing businesses get ideas off the ground, in association with the Irish Internet Association (IIA), has launched Clicktailing, an ecommerce accelerator programme that hopes to get 20 Irish businesses selling along within five weeks.
We don’t post rumours too often around here but this one, if true, is worthy of mention. This evening’s babble would see Google unify its various chat services (yes, all of them) into a single product, Babble.