ASOS, the online women’s clothing store, is set to become one of the first retailers to make their entire range available within the social network.
The application, to launch at the end of January, will be one of the first to allow people to buy directly from a brand without leaving Facebook.
The brand new iPhone 4, unveiled yesterday by Steve Jobs at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, is the “biggest leap” they have taken since the first generation iPhone.
New features include a glass front and back with antenna built into the side, 5MP camera with LED flash and 5X digital zoom, front-facing camera and video-calling (Face Time). The phone also has a superior resolution of 326 ppi and at just 9.3mm thick, is the slimmest smartphone in the world. Running on the new iPhone OS 4, it will also enable Multitasking.
In this digital age it would appear that even the cast of Star Wars have found an alternative source of knowledge by ditching the Force for the iPad.
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Unless you live in a cave you’ll almost certainly have heard of it. Some of you have already been lucky enough to use it, but today the iPad goes on sale in the UK.
Brands who have got immediately involved include Sky, the FT (as we reported on here) and Marvel, who have leapt onto the bandwagon enabling comic book fans to download all of their favourite titles.
The Financial Times has released details and a video demo of its iPad app, which subject to Apple approval will go live in the very near future.
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LONDON – EHS 4D Digital managing director Craig Walmsley puts the iPad through its paces and explains why Apple’s new device isn’t the saviour of print, it’s the evolution of digital.
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Those very nice people over at New Media Age have just published an opinion piece on Apple and TV by Craig Walmsley, Managing Director of 4D Digital in the UK.
Constraints of space meant that the original version of the article was shortened for print – so we thought it might be good to share the whole thing on our blog.