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Depending on how you feel about peripherals such as the iPad, 2010 was either a landmark year or a huge cause for concern. Though the iPad was far from being the first tablet computer on the market, it was the first to be marketed primarily as a platform for media such as books, movies, games, and music. While it was largely successful in those regards, it also came at the expense of technical computing power, ergonomics, as well as an open architecture. Still, the triumphs of the iPad have led way to the development of other similar devices, which are sure to be a trend in 2011.
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Savoo loves all its merchants, so it's a shame we don't get to see all of them more often. But last week the team and I visited eBuyer in East Yorkshire. It's a long way to go from London but it was worth every hour on that train. eBuyer should be a case study on how to run an internet business. The team there are always open to ideas, they understand how people want to shop and they know what they want to buy. They understand online marketing, they understand that consumers want a great deal and, I am pleased to say, are doing really well.
Personally, I am a massive fan of eBuyer
and last week I put my money where my mouth is and bought my wife a
present she has been after for ages to help her with her design work
that she is doing.
In Apple's latest attempt to have you pay money to stand in queue for hours, the company unveiled the new Macbook Air at its Back to the Mac event. Unlike the previous Macbook Air, which for all of its manila folder-fitting thinness still managed to pack a hard drive inside, the new one takes a page out of the iPad's book and relies solely on flash memory. According to Apple CEO Steve Jobs, the new Macbook Air is "like nothing [Apple has] ever created before." Except, you know, for the old Macbook Air. Which, incidentally, happened to be very functionally similar to the regular Macbooks. And the old Macbooks in turn were sort of like portable versions of the iMac. So it's actually a lot like things they've created before.
For anyone who has yet to hear (and we assume this includes the vast majority of you out there), yesterday marked the beginning of UK Get Online Week. Yes, someone somewhere decided that we should dedicate a full week trying to convince people who've never experienced the wonders of the internet to get online and try it out. According to statistics that I will assume are correct because I have neither the means nor the willpower to fact check them, approximately 10 million Britons have never once in their life used the internet. In order to encourage them to hop online, there will be some 3,000 events held across the UK over the course of the week in an attempt to have them spend even less time outdoors or playing with their grandkids, because, let's face it, anyone who has yet to use the internet in this day and age probably has grandkids.
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