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BASKETS n' BRUSHES n' BROOMS, OH YEAH !!!

Good Food: BBC Worldwide Labs sees its first commercial deal with startup Foodity and Tesco

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Back in June last year, we reported that BBC Worldwide, the commercial arm of the BBC, was launching a mentoring scheme for digital startups called BBC Labs. The six month programme was aimed at emerging digital media companies in the UK, with a view towards helping the selected startups gain...
Good Food: BBC Worldwide Labs sees its first commercial deal with startup Foodity and Tesco

Cookies law changed at 11th hour to introduce 'implied consent'

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Alteration to regulations may leave Britain out of step with EU law in implementation of continent-wide directivesNew EU regulations on the use by British websites of cookies have been watered down by the UK's information commissioner just hours before they were due to come into force.But they could mean that...
Cookies law changed at 11th hour to introduce 'implied consent'

Ludei releases iBasket game on 7 app stores, showcasing cross-platform power of its HTML5 platform

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Ludei, the HTML5 game development platform that is used by developers to produce more than 150 games, has announced the HTML5 version release of its popular basketball title iBasket. What makes this interesting is that it became available on seven major app stores all without needing to make a single...
Ludei releases iBasket game on 7 app stores, showcasing cross-platform power of its HTML5 platform

How big is the Justin Bieber Effect for mobile apps startups?

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Stamped the latest to benefit from pop star's endorsement... and investmentWhen it comes to launching an app with a bang, developers have several baskets to put their eggs in. Pray for Apple and Google to feature you on their app stores. Spend a fortune on advertising, mobile or otherwise. Turn...
How big is the Justin Bieber Effect for mobile apps startups?

Didn't Think It was Possible? Amazon's Catalog Just Increased by Thousands of Items.

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Amazon has started to sell thousands of new items online, which were previously uneconomical to ship because of the products size, weight or low price. The e-commerce giant, which already had a enormous selection by any measurement, is calling it their “Add-on” program, where consumers will be able to “add-on”...
Didn't Think It was Possible? Amazon's Catalog Just Increased by Thousands of Items.
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