The other night, I watched a two-hour Apple launch presentation with some colleagues, pizza and beer. You really do need beer to get through these things nowadays.
World domination is something we all secretly dream about. Most are content to carve a mark in one specific area, after all, but analysis of the top six brands shows what you could be doing to garner more attention from across the globe.
David de Min is on a mission to shake up the lucrative video industry, introducing a live video editing app that has secured the approval of Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak.
After spending time on a new visual look for her business, TaxCalc CEO Tracy Ebdon-Poole got thinking about why brand identity is a daily task.
As a disruptive technology aiming to help the world learn new dialects, the Tandem language app is now blazing a trail with 1.5m downloads – but it could have all been so different.
Opportunities abound in the realm of physical retail, and previously pureplay online brands are starting to recognise that. The transition might not be easy, but following some simple steps will ensure it’s worthwhile
You could be forgiven for thinking that 2016 was the year of virtual reality (VR). However, the last three months have witnessed somewhat of a renaissance when it comes to the augmented reality space.
To celebrate the memory of Steve Jobs, an Apple photo book covering 20 years of design has been released – complete with a price tag of £250.
The latest edition of the Tag Heuer Connected smartwatch line has been released in an 18 carat rose gold design, with a £7,500 price tag – just in time for Christmas.
Have you ever heard the saying “good artists copy; great artists steal”? Allegedly originating from Pablo Picasso, the words were made famous by Steve Jobs – who claimed Apple wan’t afraid of stealing ideas and making them better.
Big businesses such as Nokia and Milka have slipped up with translation fails, so smaller businesses must make sure enough research is done in new markets.