On September 12th 2018, Apple unveiled the brand new iPhone XR, iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. Each new phone came with a set of new features that have not yet been seen by phone producers alike. Alongside the release of three new iPhones, Apple have also launched the latest Apple Watch Series 4, with
Instagram launch IGTV to directly compete with YouTube Instagram is evolving. They just hit 1 billion users, and for those of you active on the social platform, you may have noticed a brand-new button at the top of your Instagram app. If you haven’t seen it yet, it’s a small little TV shaped button and
Good Guy Greg. Success Kid. Grumpy Cat. Any of these ringing a bell? If not, where have you been all these years? These are just a handful of the memes that have helped shape the wacky and wonderful world of the ‘internet’.
The influence of social media on our daily routines has grown at a considerable rate with more and more platforms claiming valuable hours of our day. Brands have always been able to use this influence to introduce us to their products and start consumers’ journey through the buying funnel, but now social platforms are introducing
GDPR – What You Need to Know The General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, is about to overhaul how businesses process and handle data. From May 25th, 2018, GDPR will be enforced by data protection regulators across Europe. It’s set to change how businesses and public-sector organisations handle the information of their customers. What is