Twitter soon to be coming up with the “brand pages” feature by next week for brands and partners who have already committed to spending a minimum of $25,000 on its ad products – including promoted tweets and trends on micro-blogging site. An email from a Twitter account executive Ad Age obtained states, “the roll-out of brand pages to a larger group of brands...

Since the PlayStation Vita is 27 days away from its launch, Sony has announced two PS Vita 3G/WiFi bundles. The company created an extremely limited edition of PlayStation Vita 3G/WiFi bundle and if you are the lucky among those who had pre-ordered it and brave enough to stand in cold on February 22 – you will be the one to get it as a reward. The company is also including an 8GB PS Vita memory card, an AT&T DataConnect Pass and a PlayStation Network game – seems like a lot of goodies coming from Sony. There is also additional...

Israel’s state-owned electric company is gearing up to roll out its own high-speed national broadband network. The technology is termed as “fiber to the home” or in simple words FTTH.  It can provide connection speeds of 100 megabits to a whooping 1 gigabit per second – using fiber optic lines. The company aims with such a move it will turn the current Israel...

Groupon, the world’s largest online coupon website, had accused three of its former sales representative – Nikki Dorough, Brian Hanna and Michael Nolan of leaking out their “confidential trade secrets” when they moved to the search engine giant, Google. The workers said they decided independently of each other to join Google in the fall. Their countersuit was filed on Wednesday in the Cook County Circuit Court in Illinois, where Groupon had originally sued. The workers maintained that Groupon, by filing its complaint on October...

Hacker group Anonymous in context of Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) protest are targeting the European Parliament and governments sites. The group were poking at the sites of the European government bodies. Twenty-two states of European Union have attended the ceremony in Japan and signed the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) on Thursday, January...

Twitter yesterday with its announcement of limiting the content country-wise, which created the series of storms all around. And, in the same meantime – the company released a laugh-worthy best/worst recruiting video of all time. The video that names “At Twitter, The Future is You!” is described as an internal Hackweek project to make the best/worst recruiting...

An Infographic from MBA Online that is going to get you to visualize just how mammoth a fortune Apple has created. Our favorite number from the graphic is that if you split Apple’s worth across its employees – each of its employees would get a $6.6 million dollars check. As amazing as the numbers are, each one points to how smart Apple has been in building...

According to multiple media sources, it is confirmed that the world’s largest social networking site, Facebook is going to file its paperwork for it’s to be called as “giant $100 billion” Initial Public Offering on coming Wednesday. Cited an unnamed source, Morgan Stanley is close to winning the IPO deal, while Goldman Sachs is expected to play a key role – according to the journal. The upcoming IPO – expected to raise $10 billion – would be a “trophy” for investment banks – resulting in a huge competition on Wall...

Twitter, yesterday, announced through its blog post that it will limit the content on the micro-blogging site according to specified countries’ freedom of expression – giving an ability to reactively withhold content from users in a specific country – while keeping it available in the rest of the world. The company states last year that its instance goal is to connect people everywhere to what is most meaningful to them – some tweets may facilitate positive change in a repressed country, some make us laugh, some make us think...

The world’s largest social networking site, Facebook, as we know – is now coming with its “giant $100 billion” Initial Public Offering documentation on coming Wednesday, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal. Speculation of a Facebook IPO heightened this week after news reports of a halt in trading in the company’s privately-held shares on the secondary market, which was said to be a signal that the firm was about to file papers. Earlier also the reports states that the possible chances seem to be there that, Facebook’s...