Today’s web news…
Twitter was in the spotlight again yesterday as Burberry utilised the platform’s ability to deliver real time coverage of events. The fashion house’s ‘Tweetwalk’ saw followers of their Twitter page gaining a first look at the new 2012 collection before catwalk spectators with snaps of models before they walked the catwalk posted to Twitter. It follows a growing trend for high-end fashion houses using social media and new technology to showcase new collections.
Google has launched its first platform for Google Wallet and has announced it is partnering up with Visa too. The move will see NFC payments made possible with users able to link their credit card to their smart phone.
Visa Officially Joins Google Wallet
Google+: ‘Worse Than a Ghost Town’
Project Magazine is a Defining Advertising Experience on The iPad
Bloomberg Delivers Real-Time Financial News to iPhone & iPod Touch
Google Targets Pagination
First App for Google Plus API Sorts Your Stream
Twitter Views Ahead of Front Row for Burberry at LFW
Mobile App Developers Now Have Easy Access to Cloud Services
60% of Back to School PCs are Macs
Daily Mac App: InPaint
40 New APIs: Google Plus, Social Trip Planning, Foodspotting
Intel Experiments with Mini Solar Powered PC
Xbox to Run First Live TV Ads for Gaming Industry
Everyday at Vexed we round up the industry stories that we find interesting and insightful. These are sent round in an email digest, helping to inform the work we do for our clients and keep us at the forefront of digital. If you have questions about any of these stories or would like to talk to us about projects based on any of them, drop us a line at email@example.com.