Test driving Samsung’s new 28-inch 4K UHD monitor

An important item on my tech shopping list is an ultra high definition (UHD) monitor to go with the new desktop PC I’m planning to buy for the home office. So when Samsung UK’s PR agency asked me if I’d like to test drive Samsung’s new 28-inch LED UHD monitor just launched in the UK, […]

The only way is ethics #PRethics

Committee Room number 10 in the House of Commons in London was the setting in the evening of July 7 for a vibrant debate on a big topic, formally titled “Wearable technology is an ethical nightmare for the communications, marketing and PR professions.” Organized by The Debating Group and sponsored by the CIPR, the motion […]

Yo: Possibilities

Have you tried Yo yet? The new social messaging app for iOS and Android devices has certainly attracted a great deal of buzz this past week. I first heard about Yo in an FT post on June 18 that described it thus: [...Yo is] messaging without the messages. All you can do with Yo is […]

Is wearable technology an ethical nightmare for PR?

Amongst the buzz and hype surrounding Google Glass, health and fitness monitoring wristbands, smart watches, implantable devices, talking cars¬† and the rest of the burgeoning field labelled ‘wearable technology,’ an important aspect is largely overlooked if not ignored. That aspect embraces multiple issues, from privacy of personal or confidential information to ethical behaviours we expect […]