Topic: Brands and Their Logos
A logo is an important part of every brand, it can be described as the face of the company, and the first thing a potential customer will notice.
A logo is more than just a combination of symbols, objects, and colors, IT CREATES AWARENESS AND A SETS UP A RECOGNITION POINT. And ofter, the costumer pre-creates a perception about your business via the logo, before even buying a product or trying a service.
But what if logos tell us the REALITY about famous brands?
AND LET'S BE HONEST, just like video gaming, Netflix has turned unhealthy behaviours into an accepted part of our modern culture and daily life, and millions of us are addicted and obsessed with it.
Every time we start a show, we stay up late watching it and then we find ourselves " competing with sleep": UNHEALTHY
The issue people have with Nokia phones (especially teenagers) is related to the phone's design, the software used and how these phones are marketed. You can easily leave a Lumia smartphone wondering why you can't download certain games or apps available for Android and Apple devices.
Google is no longer an ordinary internet company, It's now the global digital knowledge business.
Now Google (and Facebook) have a direct impact and influence over 3/4 of all internet traffic, and controlling every aspect in our daily lives: Google home wakes you up every morning, Google recommends restaurants when It's lunchtime, Google finds you the easiest way to drive without getting late at work, shows you live football scores and even, recommends you new music according to what you like !
Are Huawei phones and equipment secured?
The short answer is that all computers, especially mobile devices, carry with them a certain level of risk to everyone's security and privacy.
Exactly, as you can notice via the logo, it refers to the fact that MYSPACE doesn't exist in the internet world anymore.
Founded in 2003, MySpace was highly affected by the creation of Facebook, this new social media offered something that MySpace was neglecting all the time: Social interactions. (Facebook gave the illusion of “real-time” interaction, or a “live” social media, where you see updates every second or minute.)