Companies often have to increase their prices as time goes on, but the way they go about doing so is crucial to their image. Sadly, Flippa did a major mistake when increasing their prices on December 13, 2016. They didn’t tell anyone. Flippa has always had issues increasing their fees. In early 2014 Flippa sent out an e-mail saying they were lowering prices, which to their credit, the listing fees did lower from $29 to $19 for established websites, along with other listing fees being lowered.
Today while working I was watching the Microsoft Press Conference and all of the normal things were announced, such as Windows 10 updates, various integration with Xbox One and Windows and the Windows Surface Hub which is a TV like device for conference rooms. But what really got my attention was the Windows HoloLens. It will probably be compared to Google Glass or various VR headsets that are already released, but it actually a lot different from what I can tell.
The past few weeks Twitter has been slowly releasing a new layout for their website that resembles the looks of Google Plus and Facebook profiles. I’m not sure why Twitter is trying to compete in these markets since Twitter is completely different from those. Like a lot of people I know, you might really dislike this new layout. I personally dislike it since each tweet can take up nearly my whole screen making it very difficult to skim through a profile.
Google Chrome Canary is the code name for the most recent versions of Google Chrome. It’s a beta release that’s updated almost daily that show off some of the new features they are working on. Using Canary as your default browser is probably not the greatest idea since it tends to break and crash here and there. But, testing out canary can give you some great insight on what’s to come, and even provide solutions that will make your life a lot easier, such as this new Speaker Feature.
Have you ever needed hands on help with an issue or wanted to learn something new and the only thing holding you back where no local classes? Thankfully Google resolves this with their new service Helpouts by Google. Helpouts matches teachers and those who are skilled in a subject to the people who want to learn. The people who are teaching the content can teach for free or charge per Helpout or by the minute.