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SevenOne Media and establish target group-specific approach via HbbTV / Targeting solutions for HbbTV and Mobile-Apps


At the same time, SevenOne Media from now on offers InApp-Targeting to their advertising customers. To start with, the target group-specific approach will be available via the mobile apps of 7TV, ran, dailyMe and N24, e.g. based on age and gender. Thomas Port, Managing Director SevenOne Media: “Now, our customers’ target group-specific criteria can not only be applied via stationary online campaigns, but also within mobile apps and through HbbTV on the big screen - thereby making all components of our multiscreen concept targeting-enabled. S... Read More »

New Kindle e-book about ‘Pay with a Tweet’ launched


Andre Tribolet, Swiss tourism specialist and Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) holder, has now launched his new book about one of the latest viral marketing tools in the constantly changing world of e-commerce: Pay with a Tweet. The e-book, titled 'How to use "Pay with a Tweet" and other Viral Marketing Tools', is available now on Kindle. Pay with a Tweet is an app that customers can download for free. It works as simply as the name suggests; people share the product or content with friends, Twitter followers and other contacts onlin... Read More »

Lloyds Bank launches mobile phone push notifications to help customers earn cashback


Customers can now receive push notifications for Everyday Offers straight to their mobile phone 1.5m customers now use the five star rated Lloyds Bank mobile app* Everyday Offers provides cashback discounts covering everything from grocery shopping to clothes, home ware and restaurants at a range of leading retailers. As part of Everyday Offers, ‘It’s On Us’ rewards thousands of Lloyds Bank customers every month by repaying a purchase they have made up to the value of £500. Now, those with the mobile banking app that want to be notified... Read More »

CBS: Statistics Netherlands app: all data available in graphic format on mobile devices


Two clicks to a graph Users of the StatLine app can view a graph on their screen in just two clicks: the app shows at a glance what the table is about and the trend in the figures. Users can then select the subjects and classifications they want to see in the graph. Most datasets have format options line graph or histogram, while information at municipal or provincial level can also be viewed as a map. Naturally the app can also show the figures in a table. Quick navigation On the start page of the StatLine app, users can immediately c... Read More »

“ContiDrive” app brings belts and belt-drive components to the smartphone Moving 3D graphics show product details

First Apps

The new "ContiDrive" app from ContiTech shows tensioners and other belt-drive components as an exploded assembly drawing in 3D. The detailed pictures can be rotated and moved. Call up product information quickly and conveniently Whether using the QR code, the item number, or vehicle data, if users are searching for an article, the "ContiDrive" app provides them with numerous ways to find what they are looking for. The search runs either by directly entering an article or comparative number, or by entering vehicle data. The simplest way to... Read More »

iPowerUp unveils wire-free charging cases for Apple iPhone and Samsung Galaxy Devices


Las Vegas, NV-AZ - iPowerUp, provider of innovative and upscale mobile charging solutions, announces its first series of Over-The-Air (OTA) wire-free charging cases for the Apple iPhone and Samsung Galaxy devices. The cases charge without any wires or mats. Using a unique wire-free router, charging power is transmitted over a distance with a 15 foot radius, 30 foot charging envelope.(1) The power management app allows setting priorities for charging multiple devices and managing users. Charge level alerts provide instant feedback and control of... Read More »

E-books and iTunes to face price hike as EU tax rules enter into force


VAT on digital products such as ebooks, music downloads, and apps used to be charged in the country of the supplier. But as of Thursday (1 January) VAT will be payable in the country where the digital product is bought. The move is an attempt to harmonise VAT rules across the EU but also a bid to prevent firms like Amazon, Apple and a number of US internet service providers from routing their European sales through low-tax countries such as Luxembourg, where the VAT rate is just 3 percent. All companies which sell telecoms, broadcasting o... Read More »

TNT Airways to replace all paper flight documents by iPads


Each iPad will replace the 50 kilos of paper books and manuals carried by crews on each flight. Going paperless will also simplify the updating of flight documents, as updates are managed centrally and electronically, regardless of the crews’ location. All TNT Airways’ 274 pilots have received an iPad. The aircraft cockpits have been modified to house the devices and permit their use in all phases of a flight, including take off and landing. The approval was granted following a successful 6-month validation period. The Belgian Civil Aviat... Read More »

RV Appstudios announces the release of Christmas Cookie, help Santa in this fantastic new match 3 puzzle game


RV AppStudios, creator of Cupcake Glow, Archery Blitz, Zombie Ragdoll and the Bubble Crusher series, is proud to announce the release of Christmas Cookie, an exciting match 3 puzzle game stuffed to the brim with the power of delicious holiday cookies! Each level in Christmas Cookie is filled with tasty cookies just waiting to be crumbled. Players swap treats back and forth to make matches, clearing cookies out of the way so more can drop into play. Complete the objectives without running out of moves to head to the next level. To make things... Read More »

Sophisticated Bosch sensors under the Christmas tree


New and in demand: fitness wristbands One in every four Germans plans to purchase a tablet PC Bosch is the global market leader for micromechanical sensors Going high-tech for the holidays: Christmas gifts for many Germans will include smartphones and tablet PCs. This trend means fascinating sensors are becoming commonplace. Bosch equips many of these must-have devices with tiny “sensory organs.” This year, many of the Christmas gifts waiting under the tree to be unwrapped will be modern electronic devices. Roughly one in four Germa... Read More »

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