Monthly Archives: September 2011

Fancy having the eyesight of someone ten years younger?

I’m going to put it out there, and admit (much to the amusement of my husband) that I’m blind as a bat. I really detest wearing glasses as I find them uncomfortable and I’m the biggest wimp ever, so no … Continue reading

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Will Groupon be able to lure back its customers?

To make itself even more attractive to customers and businesses, Groupon has just launched an enticing rewards program. Repeat customers will be able to make additional savings once they have spent a certain amount of money with a merchant. Businesses … Continue reading

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Will Amazon re-light your fire?

Amazon held a press conference yesterday in New York with news that may just change the tablet market forever. Yes, after weeks of speculation and hearsay, the internet conglomerate has put itself in direct competition with Apple and Google, by … Continue reading

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I’m back…

Good afternoon everyone, Well, I am back from holiday, and was very nicely surprised to return to some glorious weather! Hope Richard has kept you all entertained with his blog posts, but now I am back, I shall be taking … Continue reading

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Value for money most important to shoppers, research shows

It might not come as a major surprise, but new research has found that us Brits love a bargain. Research carried out by online price comparison site Kelkoo as part of its Best Retail Brand report found that shoppers believe … Continue reading

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US Kindle owners can now make library loans

Sarah blogged earlier this month about reports that Amazon wants to offer a new service which would allow people to rent books for a fixed monthly fee. Well, now the firm has announced that Kindle users in America can borrow … Continue reading

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Analyst believes Amazon tablet can challenge iPad dominance – will you buy one?

Mention Christmas at this time of year and you’ll no doubt get some dirty looks from people standing nearby. But while it’s simply not on to talk about the festive season openly yet, you can bet your bottom dollar that … Continue reading

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Would eBay’s new payment system encourage you to spend more?

eBay confirmed yesterday that it is trialling a new payment system over in Germany and Austria. Instead of paying sellers directly, newly registered users will pay eBay instead and then the firm will pass the money straight on to the … Continue reading

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Sunday Times confirms Parcel2Go as one of the UK’s leading tech companies

Champagne and cakes were the order of the day over at Parcel2Go headquarters on Sunday, after we discovered the company had made it into this year’s Sunday Times Microsoft Tech Track 100 league table. It’s the 11th time the list … Continue reading

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Embrace e-commerce or miss out

The benefits of selling online have been recognised by companies all over the world and many have moved to take advantage, especially in the last few years. But for those firms that are reluctant to establish a presence in the … Continue reading

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