Category Archives: Internet Business News

Royal Deer Design’s 2012 Year-End Summary

As 2012 comes to a close we at Royal Deer Design would like to share with you our year-end round up of accomplishments as well as our goals for 2013. 2012 proved to be a year of tremendous growth for our company and its portfolio, allowing us to strengthen relationships with past clients and form

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Study Shows Consumers Spending More Time on Social Media Than Ever Before

A recent study revealed that the majority of time spent online is now predominately spent accessing social media websites. Nielsen noted that there was a 37% increase in time spent on social media websites this past year. Among those who use home computers 20% of time spent online was spent accessing social media sites, and

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Google’s $10 Billion Tax Free Revenue Has Many Up In Arms

Google has a reputation around the world for being the leading search engine, and perhaps global company, that’s always on the cusp of the latest digital technology. However, recently the company has been scrutinized for their decision to place about $10 billion in revenue in a Bermuda shell corporation in an effort to avoid nearly

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Gmail Outage Disrupts Businesses Monday

For millions of employees and employers Monday morning brought along some additional stress as Gmail experienced a brief outage, causing various businesses emails to become debilitated. Though the disruption affected personal Gmail accounts as well, those most affected were businesses whose workday was disrupted due to such an inconvenience. Google noted this issue as a

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Windows 8 license sales exceed 40 million

An announcement at the Credit Suisse Annual Tech Conference in late November drew the interest of many in the IT field. Tami Reller, the Chief Marketing and Financial Officer for windows, announced that license sales for MS Windows 8 OS, now at 40 million in one month, is on track to exceed the previous record

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The iPad Mini: Worth the Wait?

For almost a year it’s been rumored that an iPad mini was in the works. On October 23rd, 2012 the 7.9-inch iPad mini was finally announced at one of Apple’s coveted press events. However, many are skeptical of this device as the late Steve Jobs told financial analysts two years ago that such a product

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The top 5 Features to seek in a Smartphone

As Apple releases their iPhone 5 with improvements and upgrades, we reflect on features we’d like to see across the spectrum of smartphones. What if manufacturers partnered together? Could the product not be greater than the sum of its parts? What follows is our wish list for a Smartphone utopia. What we want is the

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Hurricane Sandy’s Effect on the Digital World

The week of October 29, 2012 brought Hurricane Sandy and with it came tremendous devastation and destruction for millions leaving floods, fires, and power outages in its path. After the storm passed, it was reported that 1/4 of cable, Internet, and wireless providers were still not operating at full capacity, or at all. In the

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Apple tries a new map strategy; will it work?

Apple’s goal of providing the best product on the market has been evident in their sales records and product popularity. So, what’s the deal with its change in Maps with iOS6? Could the choice to pull out of a deal with Google have unspoken intentions? Previously, maps on Apple’s products were provided by Google. When

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Dice’s $20 Million News Aggregator Purchase

Why would a site for job listings in the tech industry purchase $20 million in news aggregator sites? This is a question many are asking after Dice acquired Slashdot and two other news aggregator sites from Geeknet, Inc. in September. What is Slashdot? Site displays a continually- running feed of news and questions submitted by

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