Quantcast
  Facebook Connect Twitter Connect RSS Feeds
  • Brands
  • Search
  • Contact

Articles tagged with: 2012

Xbox 720: Release Date & Price Expectations

If you couldn’t get your hands on one of the world’s most favorite gaming console because it was too expensive, well, Microsoft has been working on that problem lately by producing cheaper gaming consoles i.e. Xbox.

The top technology developing firm wants its consumers to get their products without having to worry about their trip to Hawaii. Microsoft has always been a secretive company and only shows the world what it has been working on when it wants to. Usually it has never been on the bad side of product information leakage. Microsoft announced that they were working on a new hardware and the successor of Xbox 360.

eBay Acquires GSI Commerce:No More Sports Gear

According to their press release, eBay Inc. has announced today that it will acquire GSI Commerce, a leading provider of e-commerce and interactive marketing services, for 2.4 billion dollars. The deal is expected to close by Q3 of 2011. GSI commerce is being offered around 50% higher than their normal closing price. John Donahoe, CEO of eBay said “We intend to lead the next generation of commerce innovation. The acquisition of GSI, offers the most comprehensive integrated suite of online commerce and interactive marketing services available [and] will significantly strengthen our ability to connect buyers and sellers worldwide…Combined with eBay Marketplaces and Paypal, we believe GSI will enhance our position as the leading strategic global commerce partner of choice for retailers and brands of all sizes.” As part of the deal, eBay will demolish…

Wi-Fi Introduces New Program, Streamlines Hotspots

Today the Wi-Fi Alliance announced a new program, intending to streamline connection to public hotspots. This new certification will also improve the relationship between Wi-Fi and cellular data, which are now in contact more than ever due to smartphones and tablets. This will include data to be transfered via either network in case of extreme data congestion. In addition, lots of carriers are switching form the stressed 3G network over to citywide Wi-Fi networks, which are better able to handle the ever increasing number of smartphone users.
Besides being more efficient, …