When the world went into lockdown in 2020, it changed the way that hundreds of millions of people were able to work. No longer were employees able to jump into their cars and head off to the office for the day, and instead had no choice but to set up at home and try their best using what was available.
Known all over the world, the Wimbledon Championship remains the most iconic tennis tournament since its inception on the croquet lawns of the All-England Croquet and Lawn Tennis Club in 1877. This makes it the oldest tennis tournament in the world and this reputation, propped up by prestige, attracts a cool 26 million on views BBC and 29.42 million on ESPN.
Both new and well-established brands are making use of social media to grow their following, generate leads as well as increase sales.
Building a brand using social media could feel like a massive undertaking with all of the platforms which are available to you. But it’s easier than ever to use social media in order to connect with people and grow your brand organically.
The world of video games is in itself controversial. There are so many myths, legends, and old wife’s tales surrounding the activity that it’s so hard to keep track of it all. What we can keep track of, is the video games that have had the most controversy and backlash surrounding their release.
Some of the games are of a graphic nature, so sensitive readers, be warned.
With a smartphone in the palm of everyone’s hand, gone are the need for bulky and heavy cameras. The latest phones are just as capable as the DSLRs of old, with multiple lenses and impressive zoom capabilities, providing their users with magical images at the touch of a button.
If you’re interested in which games will be hitting our Nintendo Switches, PCs, Playstations, and XBoxes, you’ve come to the right place. This is what we have to look forward to as soon as we ring out the dark year of 2020 and welcome in the new!
Mobile apps are a part of everyday life. We can’t get up without our sleep tracker alarm going off as we enter a light phase of sleep. We can’t get started with our day without checking our calendars and to do lists. We can’t even fall asleep without our meditation app helping us to release the chaos of the day.
And never mind the checking of social media, chatting to friends in messenger apps and ordering takeout through a delivery service.
For one reason or another, family and friends find themselves separated by distance, which makes spending an evening together playing classic board games almost impossible. We say ‘almost’ because a few of the retro games that have entertained players for decades are available as apps with multi-player functionality.
Google made big waves when they announced their Stadia project: an all-in-one gaming platform that would allow users to make use of Google’s high internet speeds in an attempt to usher in a new age of online streaming.
Rumours were abundant in the months before its release, but the final project left much to be desired for many gamers. Despite this, others have praised Stadia, and have called it the future of gaming, even if it needs some serious refinement and improvement.
It seems like only just yesterday that Super Mario was the game everyone was talking about. To be fair, everyone is still talking about the moustached plumber, given that his games still manage to be incredible. Though, the video game industry is a now a multi-billion dollar affair, complete with its own industry wide award ceremony.