Top 10 Tech Reports You Might Have Missed This Week : 9 December – 15 December

The week is coming to an end and we are back with a round up of the posts from the second week of December 2013. The below mentioned top 10 tech reports are holding business critical information, important for you to stay on top of the industry:

  • Mobile app malware and online scams have become major threats for users: Nearly $4.9 billion stolen from consumer banking A/C. Stay attentive! Read More
  • Why are Fortune 500 companies aggressively turning towards Instagram for their marketing needs? 22.4% Of companies have already adopted Instagram. Read More
  • Google’s Android is showing little resistance to malicious and high risk apps : Numbers are growing faster than expected having crossed 1 million. Apple is also falling for the trap. Read More
  • Twitter And LinkedIn are more adorable among employees to work for in 2014 : Facebook slips down from supreme position after 3 years, despite of writing heavy paychecks and commendable growth. Read More

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  • Mobile focused advertisers must pay attention to Android growth : Samsung narrows the gap with Apple in mobile ad impressions. It’s time to design device specific campaigns for maximum ROI. Read More
  • How effective are social networks when it comes to online marketers? Facebook leads with 44% sharing followed by Twitter and Pinterest. Read More
  • Diversified mobile payment options are transforming the financial industry. Top online payments gateways are becoming bullish on Smartphone card readers. Read More
  • Is Search Engine Optimisation losing its traction? Google is apparently more focused on advertising dollars with SERP becoming increasingly complex. Read More
  • Video content is the future : Brand advertisers invested $5.6 billion on YouTube In 2013. YouTube contributed 17% of global digital ad revenues in 2013. Read More
  • Its time to pay great attention towards your online social profiles : 92% recruiters scan candidates’ social profiles before recruitment. Read More
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