There’s Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest, Tumblr, Vine, Snapchat, etc., etc. About.com lists at least 15 social media sites you should be using. Do people really use 15 of anything? Has social media reached a soiled saturation point? Some of the latest numbers can make it arguable it has. Read More →
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Lenovo is currently undergoing a PR crisis for having preinstalled what most consumers consider to be bloatware that, according to many media stories, poses a big security risk to consumers. Read More →
Microsoft recently took the cover off its next significant operating system, Windows 10. According to reports, it is a momentous attempt to unify the operating system experience and applications running atop regardless of the device one is on: computer, tablet or smartphone. Read More →
Network World has done a good summary story of some of the many apologies given by tech companies during 2014. It’s a reminder of how many big gaffes have happened. And, this story doesn’t even cover all of the big ones. Here’s a look at some of them… Read More →
It’s not all the time that Apple has a bad PR moment. Probably the last most significant one was “antennagate” and the poor handling of that incident. So, it’s surprising when the company strings together a few bad PR moments so closely together. Read More →