November 15, 2013 By John
In terms of feature additions, it’s been a quiet period for the Google Drive iOS app after a major visual makeover two months ago brought the software in line with its Android counterpart. But the team hasn’t been standing still. In a small but sweet update Thursday, the app has finally gained a much requested new feature – support for multiple Google Accounts – as well as the ability to print your documents wirelessly via either Apple’s AirPrint or Google’s Cloud Print protocol. [Read More...]
November 12, 2013 By John
Earlier this year Belfast printer, Northern Whig Limited, has gone into administration, according to reports.
The BBC reports that the firm ceased trading last week and made all of its 21 members of staff redundant. The Northern Whig, founded in 1824, was one of Ireland’s oldest newspapers and was printed continuously until it closed in 1963.
The name was kept on and the firm operated as a commercial printer with a specialism in digital and lithographic printing and design. Administrators say they are now looking into finding a potential buyer for the firm, once its financial situation has been clarified.
Stephen Cave, Joint Administrative Receiver, said the company’s trading position had deteriorated due to a declining turnover.
He told the BBC, “Despite the efforts of the directors to secure a way forward for the business, cash flow pressures led to the business ceasing to trade last week, with all employees being made redundant.
He added, “Since our appointment our immediate objective has been to determine the precise financial position of the company, and to examine potential sale opportunities.” [Read More...]