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Symantec Said to Be Considering Sale of Its Web Certificates Business

Cyber-security firm Symantec is considering selling its website certification business, in a deal that could fetch more than $1 billion (roughly Rs. 6,457 crores) and extricate it from a feud with Alphabet Inc’s Google, people familiar with the matter said on Tuesday. Google said in March that it was investigating Symantec’s failure to properly validate its certificates, which confirm that websites can be trusted. Symantec ... Read More »

Google Allo Web Client Release Delayed, Expected in ‘Few More Weeks’

HIGHLIGHTS Sneak preview of the Web client was released in February Web client will come with same features as mobile app Google announced that it was working a Web client in February If you are a fan of Google Allo messaging app, you might not be thrilled to hear the latest news regarding the platform. The search giant has now announced that ... Read More »

Facebook Rolls Out New ‘Order Food’ Feature for Mobile and Web

HIGHLIGHTS The feature is showing up for select people in US It appears on web and the app as well The ‘Order Food’ feature is powered by Delivery.com and Slice Facebook is rolling out a new ordering food feature, in a bid to keep users hooked onto its app, and not stray off to another app for other tasks. The ... Read More »

Various issues related to bad web hosting services

Nowadays it is very common that every individual is switching over the internet to start a new business or to expand the existing business model. Everyone wants to have a unique website registered under his/her name. But just buying a domain won’t help. To promote the products or to run the business, a good space on the web is mandatory. ... Read More »

Snapchat’s Parent Company to Spend $1 Billion on Amazon Web Services

Snap Inc, owner of the popular Snapchat app, said it expected to spend $1 billion (roughly Rs. 6,689 crores) over the next five years to use Amazon.com’s cloud services, in addition to the $2 billion cloud contract it already has with Google. Snap may eventually invest in building its own infrastructure, it said on Thursday, in an amendment to a ... Read More »

Good News for Etsy Sellers: Now You Can Accept Apple Pay on the Web

Etsy (NASDAQ:ETSY) just announced a further simplification of it’ payment process by allowing buyers to use Apple Pay on the web. Before this announcement, Etsy customers had to use the company’s iOS app in order to use Apple Pay. This of course required having to install the app on the phone. As of now, buyers can use Apple Pay directly ... Read More »

Top of the Phoenix Lists: Web Design Firms

Tempe-based meltmedia, which is also heavily involved in software and app development, scored its second straight No. 1 in the Phoenix Business Journal’s Web Design Firms List when the 2017 edition was published today. The list was ranked by the number of local web designers. meltmedia reported 62, while runner-up RIESTER had 44 and third-ranked LaneTerralever 40. Click the accompanying ... Read More »

Web design agency which worked with US election host venue moves into new Nottingham office

image: http://www.nottinghampost.com/images/localworld/ugc-images/276368/Article/images/30083096/15817421-large.jpg HeX Productions founder James Hall, third from left, with staff Emma Page, Jon Newby and Zara Gemmell Comments (0) A web design agency which worked with the university that hosted a key debate in the US presidential election race has moved to Nottingham city centre. HeX Productions, which was previously based in Ilkeston, relocated to the Westminster Building, in ... Read More »

Web Design Trends 2017 Predictions

 I’ll be looking into what 2017 will bring in the world of web design. Now, I don’t have a crystal ball and can’t be 100% sure how web design trends will exactly evolve, I can try to predict how web it may progress this year by building upon my experience of what I saw slowly emerging throughout 2016. 1. Typography: ... Read More »

Dropbox Brings ‘Unlimited Storage’ With Smart Sync, Collaboration With Paper And New Web Design

Dropbox is rolling out a number of new features aimed at making its business product as easy to use as its consumer version. Smart Sync (formerly Project Infinite) and Dropbox Paper are now out of beta and have been released alongside a redesigned Dropbox web interface. “It’s amazing how far technology has come in the last 10 years, particularly in ... Read More »