Cyber-Duck client Retire Easy are exhibiting at the 50 plus show in London today and tomorrow.
The show is designed to help those over the age of 50 ‘make the most out of life’, taking place in the Grand Hall of London’s Olympia exhibition venue. The founders of RetireEasy are there to spread the word of the revolutionary new online retirement planning software, which is being developed by Cyber-Duck and is due to be launched later this summer.
We would like to mention the arrival of two new members of the Cyber-Duck team. Ya Sheng Cheng and Neil Dawson are joining the rapidly growing User Experience department, and will be helping to ensure that Cyber-Duck productions remain best in class when it comes to usability.
After many months of speculation and rumours, Spotify has finally launched in the United States. The service, which has been available to select countries in Europe for around 2 years, has taken a lot of negotiation to get approval from the major record companies in the US. Crucially at this stage, free accounts are limited to invited users only.
Wired magazine have this week revealed the previously unpublished portions of instant messenger conversations between supposed Wikileaks source Bradley Manning and Adrian Lamo, who reported him to the authorities. The information had previously been held back to avoid the unnecessary publishing of sensitive data into the public domain.
It looks like Microsoft might be close behind Google when it comes to getting into the social space. Supposedly a website from the company, named ‘Tulalip’ was available to the public for a short time earlier this week before being swiftly taken back down again. From the limited information available, it looks to be something of a ‘social search engine’, but according to Microsoft it was simply an internal project.