Trigger Solutions have re-designed the website for Cornwall based Landscaping company – Iron Orchid. The aim of the new site is to visually promote the range and quality of Iron Orchids services with emphasis on imagery. The site benefits from a bespoke gallery and a content managed diary section to keep it fresh and up to date.
Nokia has announced plans to form a “broad strategic partnership” with Microsoft.
The deal would see Nokia use the Windows phone operating system for its smartphones, the company said.
Microsoft’s Bing will power Nokia’s search services, while Nokia Maps would be a core part of Microsoft’s mapping services.
Earlier this week Nokia chief executive Stephen Elop sent a memo to staff warning that the company was in crisis.
The new strategy means Nokia’s existing smartphone operating systems will be gradually sidelined.
Microsoft has said the latest version of its internet explorer web browser puts it ahead of competitors like Google and Firefox.
The software giant, which is losing market share, made the bold claim as it unveiled what is known as the release candidate of IE9.
This is the final test drive for the new browser – a chance to catch any last-minute bugs before its debut.
IE9 has been downloaded 25 million times during beta testing.
Privacy and speed are being highlighted as two of the features that set IE9 apart.
Last month, reddit joined an exclusive club consisting of only about 100 websites; those receiving over one billion page views in one month.
For a while now, the little reddit robot guy has been urging us not to compare them with Digg – because they were no longer one of the “little guys.” Now, they have proven their point.
The news of the accomplishment came via reddit’s Google Analytics data, which shows that during January 2011 the site accrued 1,000,404,480 page views. Amazingly, the site hit that number with only 13.75 million unique visitors.
US internet firm AOL has agreed to a buyout of the Huffington Post online newspaper.
The $315m (£222m) deal will create an internet media group with 270 million users, including 117 million in the US.
The purchase price – $300m of which will be in cash – will be paid to co-founders Arianna Huffington and Kenneth Lerer and a few minority shareholders.
Ms Huffington – currently editor of her namesake news service – will head the combined firm’s content division.
This means she will take on responsibility for AOL sites such as Engadget and Techcrunch, as well as retaining her current role at the intellectual centre-left website she helped set up in 2005.