Verizon’s New Campaign Rocks! Should AT&T Be Scared? [video ads]

Enough beating around the bush and let’s just face it: Some brands know how to use social media to their advantage while others don’t! It’s a rather simple statement that doesn’t need too much explanations or justifications. I mean with all the noise out there, getting your message through needs certain elements and variables which, when ignored, could turn against you.

Whether it is the fight between the iPhone and the Blackberry or the long lived battle between Apple and Microsoft, when a brand is able to use social media to capture attention, create awareness and build trust and loyalty, it has a higher percentage at succeeding and sustaining profits.

The New Blackberry Storm 2, Reviewed [video]

With the first Storm being such a disappointment and with its touch screen being as repulsive as it was RIM Still didn’t give up on the concept. By releasing Storm 2 they focused on making it easier to type on, and quicker. Hopefully this storm will be the touchscreen fix that all those crackberry addicts have been waiting for.

Wi-Fi (R)evolution: The End of Bluetooth?

The Wi-Fi alliance which includes Apple, Microsoft, Cisco and Intel amongst its members announced that they will release a new technology that will make it easier for electronic gadgets to exchange data. The technology will be called Wi-Fi Direct, which will allow each device to act as its own “hotspot”.

Blackberry Storm Vs. iPhone 3G: Should Social Media Be the Judge?

Is social media turning into one of the top reasons for purchasing trendy, fashionable and tech products these days? How dependent are we becoming on social media channels when it comes to purchasing decisions? Is it fair to solely depend on social media channels such as Youtube in order to decide whether to purchase a certain product...

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