Recognised for their continued contribution to the e-commerce industry, SLI Systems (SLI.NZ) defeated the competition to be crowned the winner of the “Best Product” at the eCommerce Awards for Excellence 2014. The event took place at the Marriott Hotel, Grosvenor Square in London as a follow on to the eCommerce Expo, one of the UK’s [...]Read More
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Samsung claims to have found a way to make wi-fi data travel five times faster than it does currently. It said its engineers had overcome two significant technical problems that had restricted the transfer of data at well below its theoretical limit of 4.6Gbps. If the technology lives up to its promise, it would mean [...]Read More
Last week, Net Media Planet hosted our bi-annual Digital Breakfast Seminar at the Soho Hotel in London entitled ”The Personalised Path to Purchase.” The day began with a reviting presentation from renown digital marketing specialist Matt Bush from Google. Doubleclick’s Rick Jones and Matt Bennathan from eXelate gave thought-provoking sessions ahead of Net Media Planet’s [...]Read More
Under new UK law it is illegal for people to post “revenge porn” pictures, images and videos on the internet and if caught can now face two years in jail under a new law. The new Criminal Justice and Courts Bill will have an amendment dealing specifically with the practice. Victims of revenge porn have [...]Read More
An app which allows healthcare professionals to share photos is to be rolled out across western Europe by the end of this year. The app was designed to enable doctors to share pictures of their patients, both with each other and with medical students and so far more than 150,000 doctors have uploaded case photos [...]Read More
A woman is suing the US government after it created a fake Facebook page containing photos of her, including one that showed her half-clothed. The Department of Justice, after suggesting that the lady had implicitly consented to the action because she had granted officers access to her mobile phone, acknowledged that one of its agents [...]Read More
HTC has announced a waterproof, wide-angled digital camera called RE capable of taking still photographs and videos. The RE’s cylindrical design includes a sensor that automatically turns the device on when it is picked up and has only two button controls. An app lets wirelessly connected smartphones and tablets stream the footage live and play [...]Read More
A flaw in cash machines that allows criminals to steal cash has been discovered. Interpol has alerted countries in Europe, Latin America and Asia known to have been targeted – and is carrying out a widespread investigation. Infected cash machines can be instructed to dispense 40 notes at once, without a credit or debit card. [...]Read More
The video streaming site Netflix will release its first feature-length film next year after striking a deal with the Weinstein Company. The sequel to Ang Lee’s Oscar-winning martial arts drama Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon will be shown on Netflix and in Imax cinemas. Netflix has over 50 million subscribers, in more than 40 countries.The firm [...]Read More
The European Commission (EC) has told Ireland it believes it gave illegal state aid to Apple. It has published a letter, originally sent to the country in June, accusing it of helping the computer giant through special tax arrangements. The EC is looking at whether some countries, including Luxembourg and the Netherlands, unfairly favour multinationals. [...]Read More