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Elon Musk purchases Twitter for $44bn

[vc_row animate_rounded_tab="yes"][vc_column][vc_column_text]On Monday 25th April 2022 Elon Musk acquired Twitter for approximately $44 billion, in a fairly uncontested buyout. It remains a mystery as to what Musk’s intentions are with the platform long term but he has indicated he wants to monetise tweets and generate greater revenue from the platform. We’ll be keeping watch on the raising developments from this new acquisition and posting our findings with you (like, share and please, please, please let us know your thoughts!) Here’s what we know so far… The first quarter of 2022 (also being the first quarter since CEO Jack Dorsey stepped down) was bound to be unpredictable. The kids published earnings report showed that during this period, Twitter saw a slight surprise increase in users, a little less revenue than predicted, and a roughly flat stock price (a familiar position for the company to find itself in). Although even with s slight increase in popularity,...

Broadband Boost across many UK areas

More than half-a-million homes in rural areas of England are to get access to faster broadband. With some 567,000 properties in parts of Cheshire, Devon, Dorset, Somerset, Essex, Herefordshire, Gloucestershire, Lincolnshire, East Yorkshire and North Yorkshire are in line for the boost....

Protoyping

When we talk about prototyping your digital solution what we really mean is giving you what looks, feels and functions like the finished article so you get the most realistic view if the end result. Whereas some companies will define this as giving the client a set of static wireframes, here at QuayTech we believe there's only so far wireframes can take you so we go the extra mile. You will receive from us a fully stitched Adobe XD prototype of the designs and user flows (the only difference from the end product is the absence of back end development (the inner workings and connectivity)....