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We are a London based website design and development company.
We design, develop, deploy, host and maintain websites for our clients. Other services include Website and Email Hosting
A professionally designed website is memorable, intuitive and easy to use. Don’t let inexperienced people decide the faith of your business.
Our extensive experience expands in areas ranging from logo and web design, email marketing, e-commerce etc...
We believe that every business is unique and has its own specific needs which should be individually addressed. Stop wondering what to do next and let your business dream come true by calling us on +44(0)2033686958. Or simply send us a message by email and one of our consultants will call you back to discuss your needs. Consultation is absolutely free.

Our Services & Prices
Basic Website With Two Pages - £99
  • 2 website Pages
  • 1 Stock Photo of your choice
  • 1 Domain name
  • 1 year hosting
  • 2 email addresses
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  • Possible Duration: 2 days
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Business Website Simple Package -
Was £350 Now £297.50
  • Up to 8 website Pages
  • 1 Domain name
  • 2 Stock Photo of your choice
  • 1 year hosting
  • 5 email addresses
  • Content Management System
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Was £850 Now £722.50
  • Up to 10 website Pages
  • Domain name
  • logo design
  • 1 year hosting
  • 5 email addresses (Professional)
  • database 250 MB (upgradable)
  • SSL (Shared)
  • Content Management/Admin (used to upload product and manage website)
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E-Commerce Website Full Package -
Was £1250 Now £1062.50
  • Up to 20 website Pages
  • Domain name
  • 2 logo design
  • 1,5 year hosting
  • Up to 7 email addresses (Professional)
  • database 500 MB (upgradable)
  • 1 year SSL Certificate (dedicated)
  • Content Management/Admin (used to upload product and manage website)
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What our clients say
  •   Cyberminds Ltd Have provided us with a great application that enables us to filter job applicant CVs on the fly. We are delighted as the nightmare of manually going through hundreds of CV is over. I am also impressed by the level and quality of support we received from them as we never wondered one day what to do while working with this company. .

    John Price      18/08/2010
  •   I was looking for an e-commerce website and Cyberminds have given me more than an online business. Our web site works fine and we have never had any major problem with it. The price was really good. I proudly recommend this company to anyone in need of a website. .

    Rachel Jones      4/3/2011
  •   I take this chance to thank Cyberminds for the work that has been done for my company. They have created an awesome website for me with a beautiful design. the contract was respected, they finished the job on time and the price was very attractive. I really recommend this company to anyone who needs a serious website. Thank you for your service! .

    Lord Fulama      15/7/2011
  •   As an estate agent manager, we have worked with many companies but Cyberminds Ltd have really impressed us as we soon realised that they didn't just come to us to dump a piece of software and get their money. They offered us a real business solution and were very nice people to work with. I wish many people have this lovely experience. .

    Andrew Craig      03/09/2011
 
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  • TwitPic acquired by unknown buyer

    TwitPic, the image-hosting company that two weeks ago said it would shut down after a trademark dispute with Twitter, has apparently been acquired, keeping its service alive.

    "We're happy to announce we've been acquired and TwitPic will live on!" the company said Thursday in -- and why not -- a tweet.

    TwitPic said it will provide more details when it can disclose them. It didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.

    The company said earlier this month that it would be shutting down Sept. 25, after Twitter demanded it abandon its trademark or risk losing access to Twitter's API (application programming interface).

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  • Alibaba's IPO could be 'open sesame' for global expansion

    Alibaba, an e-commerce giant in China, wants to make new friends in the U.S. Especially friends with money.

    The firm is expected to begin offering shares Friday for $68 a pop on the New York Stock Exchange, in one of the biggest IPOs ever. At that price, the company could raise almost $22 billion, on par with the Agricultural Bank of China's record-setting $22 billion 2010 offering, and handsomely beating Facebook's $16 billion in 2012.

    Outside of the investor community, Alibaba is also making nice with a growing number of U.S. consumers and tech companies, as part of an international expansion that could accelerate following its listing.

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  • Update: Oracle CEO Larry Ellison steps down; Catz, Hurd named co-CEOs

    It's the end of an era at Oracle, as CEO Larry Ellison has been appointed executive chairman and CTO of the vendor, with co-presidents Safra Catz and Mark Hurd named co-CEOs.

    "Safra and Mark will now report to the Oracle Board rather than to me," Ellison said in a statement Thursday. "All the other reporting relationships will remain unchanged. The three of us have been working well together for the last several years, and we plan to continue working together for the foreseeable future. Keeping this management team in place has always been a top priority of mine."

    Oracle's announcement came without warning as it also released first-quarter earnings results.

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  • SAP to buy Concur for $8.3B to boost cloud portfolio

    SAP is buying business-travel and expense software vendor Concur for about $8.3 billion, in a bid to continue growing out its portfolio of cloud-based applications.

    The move comes a couple of weeks after Bloomberg reported that Concur had been shopping itself to potential buyers, including SAP, Oracle and Microsoft. Oracle decided not to make a deal and Microsoft wasn't interested at all, according to the Bloomberg report.

    Concur, based in Bellevue, Washington, has 4,200 employees and more than 23,000 customers encompassing some 25 million users, the companies said, announcing the acquisition. The Concur board has unanimously approved the deal, which is expected to close in the fourth quarter, the companies said.

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  • Facebook turns its feed into a popularity contest

    Facebook users will soon start to see more posts higher in their feeds tied to popular events or topics of conversation, with less relevant posts getting pushed further down.

    The change comes courtesy of an update to Facebook's news feed algorithm announced Thursday, focused on giving users "more timely stories." It affects posts both from users' friends and from pages to which they're connected.

    Facebook wants more of its users to engage on the site when they might be watching the same sports game or TV show -- something that already happens on Twitter -- and then brush their posts under the carpet when the event is over or the topic fizzles out.

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  • Samsung drops Knox prices and introduces Knox user portal

    Samsung on Thursday announced price reductions and updates for its Knox security and management software for IT shops and a free My Knox service that is directly available to professionals using ActiveSync.

    My Knox can be installed on a user's Galaxy S5 or Galaxy Note 4 smartphone without an IT administrator's involvement to set up a My Knox User Portal to remotely find, wipe and lock a device, according to a Samsung blog.

    With My Knox, professionals can synchronize emails, calendar events and contacts between desktop computers and mobile devices, Samsung said. It creates a virtual Android partition within the mobile device that has its own home screen, launcher, apps and widget.

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  • Home Depot breach put 56M payment cards at risk

    The breach of Home Depot's payment systems may have compromised 56 million payment cards as a result of malware that has since been eliminated, the company said Thursday.

    Attackers used unique, custom-built malware to evade detection, the company said in an update on its investigation. The malware was present between April and September of this year, the firm said in a statement. Terminals identified with malware have been taken out of service.

    The retailer confirmed in September that its payment systems had been breached at stores in the U.S. and Canada, though it did not provide many more details.

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  • Qualcomm shows its Snapdragon 810 in action

    Qualcomm gave a peek at the graphics capabilities of its new Snapdragon 810 chipset, which it confirmed will start shipping in tablets and other devices early next year.

    It was a brief demonstration, but it showed that the chip is working and close to release, and gives an idea of what Qualcomm thinks will set the 810 apart from rivals -- namely, it's ability to render high-definition graphics in real time.

    At its Uplinq conference in San Francisco on Thursday, Qualcomm showed the chip rendering a 3D image of a sports car in a computer-aided design program on an Android tablet. Changing the car's color and outer material showed how the chip could render the reflections and surface texture at the car turned.

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  • GE to use crowdsourcing and 3D printers to build next-gen appliances

    GE has partnered with 3D printer maker Stratasys to build and commercialize household appliances and accessories.

    With help from design firm Local Motors, GE Appliances created FirstBuild, an affiliate that will develop a new prototyping model.

    The business plan is to use crowdsourcing to gather ideas (individuals design and submit concepts) and then engineering students from the University of Louisville will work with Stratasys 3D printers at the FirstBuild's "micro-factory" to rapidly prototype and test the concepts.

    FirstBuild has created a global online community where anyone can register and submit design ideas, according to GE spokesperson Kim Freeman. FirstBuild has already run idea "challenges" to prompt feedback from its global online commmunity to solve issues with current or future products.

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  • iOS 8 gets off to sluggish start

    The initial uptake for Apple's iOS 8 has been less than half of its predecessor, iOS 7, an online ad network said today, citing North American traffic.

    In the 24 hours since its mid-day Wednesday launch, iOS 8 powered just 7.3% of all iOS devices that accessed Chitika's ad network, the company said in an email. "iOS 8 adoption has been remarkably slower than either iOS 7 or iOS 6," said Andrew Waber of Chitika.

    Waber compared the 7.3% of iOS 8 against last year's iOS 7, which collected an 18.2% share of all iOS devices in the first 24 hours after its debut on Sept. 18, 2013. iOS 6's share was 14.8% after its first day.

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  • The Navy flew its new drone across the US Wednesday night

    The U.S. Navy's new surveillance drone completed its first cross-country flight across the United States Wednesday night.

    The MQ-4C Triton took off from Northrop Grumman's airfield in Palmdale, California, Wednesday evening and flew along the southern U.S. border and the Gulf of Mexico and Florida before turning north to Naval Air Station Patuxent River in Maryland.

    It landed just before 8 a.m. Eastern time, about 11 hours after takeoff, according to Naval Air Systems Command. Northrop Grumman released video of the flight.

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  • Microsoft plots Dynamics CRM update with an eye on marketing, global expansion

    Microsoft is poised to release a major update to its Dynamics CRM and marketing applications in a bid to gain market share against rivals such as Salesforce.com.

    Dynamics CRM 2015, an update to Dynamics CRM Online and a new version of Dynamics Marketing will all be generally available in the fourth quarter, Microsoft said this week.

    The fact that a CRM update is coming isn't hugely unexpected news. Microsoft releases new versions a number of times each year for the products, which share the same code base. What's more significant are moves Microsoft is making to tie its marketing application more closely to CRM, in terms of both functionality and release cycles.

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  • Red Hat acquires FeedHenry to get mobile app chops

    Red Hat wants a piece of the enterprise mobile app market, so it has acquired Irish company FeedHenry for approximately $82 million.

    The growing popularity of mobile devices has put pressure on enterprise IT departments to make existing apps available from smartphones and tablets -- a trend that Red Hat is getting in on with the FeedHenry acquisition.

    The mobile app segment is one of the fastest growing in the enterprise software market, and organizations are looking for better tools to build mobile applications that extend and enhance traditional enterprise applications, according to Red Hat.

    "Mobile computing for the enterprise is different than Angry Birds. Enterprise mobile applications need a backend platform that enables the mobile user to access data, build backend logic, and access corporate APIs, all in a scalable, secure manner," Craig Muzilla, senior vice president for Red Hat's Application Platform Business, said in a blog post.

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  • China says US hacking accusations are 'totally groundless'

    The Chinese government says accusations that it was involved in cyberattacks against U.S. transportation contractors are "totally groundless and untenable."

    The U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee said Wednesday that the Chinese military stole emails, documents and log-in credentials from contractors for the U.S. Transportation Command, a network that ties civilian airline and shipping contractors together for use in times of disaster.

    Contractors faced more than 50 intrusions in the year from June 2012, almost half of which were successful in planting malware in computer systems, the committee said in a declassified report.

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  • Pink slips rain down on Microsoft

    As had been rumored earlier this week, Microsoft lopped off a second set of jobs Thursday, cutting 2,100 positions, as part of a restructuring plan announced two months ago to eliminate 18,000 positions, or about 14% of the company's workforce.

    "The reductions happening today are spread across many different business units, and many different countries. We will continue to go through this process in the most thoughtful manner possible, with the deepest respect for affected individuals and recognition of their service to the company," a Microsoft spokeswoman said via email.

    All affected employees will receive severance packages.

    Microsoft dismissed about 13,000 employees in the first wave of layoffs in July, according to the spokeswoman. It's not clear when the remaining 2,900 jobs will be cut and whether those layoffs will happen in one or more waves. When completed, the staff reduction will be the largest in Microsoft's history.

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  • Lens-less camera, costing pennies, brings vision to the Internet of Things

    There's a type of camera technology emerging with a view of the world similar to what a honey bee sees. The images appear blurry and hazy, but if you're a bee, good enough for finding flowers and people to sting.

    It could also be perfect for the Internet of Things by making it cheap to add vision capability to just about anything.

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    This is Rambus' first proof-of-concept device. Researchers took an off-the-shelf camera development kit, removed the cover glass protecting the photodiodes, and replaced it with a 4 mm-x-5.5 mm glass chip with diffraction gratings on it.

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  • Virginia Tech researchers devise traffic app to rival weather apps

    Before many travelers head to the beach or up to the mountains to go apple picking or skiing, they check a weather app.

    One day, they also may check a traffic app that will help them get to the beach or the mountains without getting stuck in a traffic jam or waylaid by an accident.

    Researchers at the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute are working on a cloud-based application that will use real-time information and historical data to predict when and where traffic is likely to snarl and slow a trip.

    To build the travel app, university researchers created an algorithm that combines historical and real-time data to predict traffic patterns and congestion, according to Virginia Tech. To create a useful app, it's key to not only look at what is currently happening on a road but to factor in historical information.

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  • Apple closer to green light for iPhone 6 sales in China

    The iPhone 6 has received two of the three licenses needed in China before it can be sold there, according to an official government news report Thursday.

    The state-run Xinhua News Agency said that Apple had passed the 3C (China Compulsory Certification) process for four different iPhone 6 models, including the larger iPhone 6 Plus, which boasts a 5.5-in. display. The American company also won approval from China's State Radio Regulation.

    Xinhua cited a statement from the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT), the agency that coordinates smartphone approvals in the People's Republic of China (PRC).

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  • Healthcare.gov still lacks some basic security controls

    Healthcare.gov lacks several basic cybersecurity controls -- including strong passwords and consistent security patching -- nearly a year after the troubled launch of the insurance-shopping website, a government auditor said.

    The website, a centerpiece of the 2010 insurance reform package the Affordable Care Act, does not have a complete system security plan in place, said a report released Thursday by the U.S. Government Accountability Office.

    The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, which operates Healthcare.gov, has not completed security testing at the site and allows some outside systems that connect to the website to access the Internet, "increasing the risk that unauthorized users could access data" from Healthcare.gov's insurance marketplace, the report said.

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  • A Clippy feature may be heading back to Microsoft Office. Will it be a winner this time?

    Clippy may be the most reviled feature in the history of Microsoft, but the company may be adding a Clippy-like feature to the next version of Office. Will it be useful this time around?

    The Verge reports that that the Office Technical Preview includes a Clippy-like tool that offers quick help for using Office.

    The tool already exists in the online version of Office. It's located on the right side of the Office ribbon, and is a text box next to a light bulb. Before you type in it, the text in the box reads "Tell me what you want to do." Type in your question, and then just below the box you'll see links to what you are looking to accomplish. They link directly to menu items or other ways to solve the problem. So you won't have to wade through an explanation of how to accomplish what you want to do. Instead, you'll be able to solve the problem right there.

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  • Future spacesuits could act like protective second skin

    As NASA works to one day send astronauts to asteroids and eventually to Mars, the space agency is also looking for new spacesuits that will keep the astronauts safe, while enabling them to move freely.

    Scientists at MIT say they are making such a spacesuit -- one that is less bulky than the typical gas-pressurized suits and more like a second skin.

    "With conventional spacesuits, you're essentially in a balloon of gas that's providing you with the necessary one-third of an atmosphere [of pressure,] to keep you alive in the vacuum of space," said Dava Newman, a professor of aeronautics and astronautics and engineering systems at MIT, in a statement. "We want to achieve that same pressurization, but through mechanical counterpressure — applying the pressure directly to the skin, thus avoiding the gas pressure altogether… Ultimately, the big advantage is mobility, and a very lightweight suit for planetary exploration."

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  • BitTorrent opens Bleep peer-to-peer encrypted chat program to public testing

    Nine months after revealing plans to develop a decentralized and encrypted chat application, BitTorrent opened public testing for Windows, Mac and Android versions of the program.

    Called Bleep, the application supports voice calls and instant messages that are encrypted end-to-end between devices. There are no central traffic relay servers that could potentially expose communications to subpoenas and other forms of data collection by governments.

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  • Dremel releases a 3D printer for the masses

    Dremel has announced the first 3D printer to come from a major tool manufacturer, the $999 Dremel 3D Idea Builder. Dremel called it a desktop machine for the masses.

    The 3D Idea Builder is a fused deposition modeling (FDM) machine that uses a printer head that melts and extrudes a plastic filament layer upon layer to build an object; the thinner the layers, the better the "resolution" or smoothness of an 3D object's surface.

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    The filament spool and a printed vase. Notice the lines in the vase, which represent the 3D printer's resolution.

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  • IDG Contributor Network: Is wearable technology a consumer or enterprise play?

    Wearable technology is a market segment loaded with well-intentioned promise. To date that promise has all been front-loaded onto the consumer space with the proliferation of first generation activity trackers, smartwatches, glasses, and other gadgets. But, there is also an emerging enterprise market for wearable tech. However, it is a market that has, with the exception of healthcare, yet to generate any notable market share. The current perception is that unlike the consumer market, the enterprise lags significantly relative to attaining any sort of sustainable wearable tech momentum. But is this true?

    I've spent some time discussing the future of wearable tech with two folks who bring interesting, if different experiences to the wearable tech market. The first is Steve Holmes, the recently appointed VP of Intel’s New Devices Group, who I interviewed recently for a Blue Hill Research podcast. The second is Tony Rizzo, who has been heavily involved with the wearable tech vendor community since November 2012 and who developed and produced two major wearable tech conferences since then. Rizzo is now Entrepreneur in Residence at Blue Hill Research, and we often discuss wearable tech.

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  • Apple delivers final non-security Mavericks update

    Apple on Wednesday released OS X 10.9.5, what is most likely the last non-security update for Mavericks, just weeks before the company will ship the successor, Yosemite.

    The update, which Apple issued on the same day it released iOS 8 to millions of iPhone and iPad users, included only a few non-security changes, according to the company. Those included reliability improvements to VPNs (virtual private networks) and accessing files on an SMB (server message block) server. The latter is a widely-used file-sharing network protocol, supported primarily by the Windows Server software used by businesses, but also the foundation of OS X's own Mac-to-Mac file sharing.

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  • Toshiba slashes struggling consumer PC business

    In another sign of the decline of the PC, Toshiba is cutting its PC workforce by about 900 people and sales bases by more than half.

    The manufacturer said Thursday it will step up restructuring of its struggling consumer PC operations to focus on sales to business clients.

    Toshiba will withdraw from certain consumer markets but it would not specify which ones. It said it will cut its sales bases around the world from 32 to 13 during its 2014 fiscal year, which ends March 31.

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    Toshiba's Satellite P50T-BST2N01 laptop has a 4K resolution display.

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  • 9 Apple stories you need to know

    With so much attention on iOS 8 a slew of important Apple news items slipped under the radar this week. You don't want to miss these:

    Apple will improve NFC

    Apple has taken full membership in GlobalPlatform, the organization that defines standards for the secure elements used to store privileged information in NFC phones, reports NFC World.

    Apple gains full voting rights and can pursue leadership positions in GlobalPlatform. This will be good for NFC on all platforms.

    Apple plans loyalty scheme to boost Apple Pay

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  • Once your car's connected to the Internet, who guards your privacy?

    Once mobile devices are connected to car infotainment systems and cars are connected to the Internet, vehicles will become a rich source of data for manufacturers, marketers, insurance providers and the government. Oh, and they'll be a lucrative target for hackers, too.

    Unlike mobile device makers that use state-of-the-art technology to secure their devices, the automotive industry has generally been a technology laggard when it comes to privacy. The computer systems in automobiles, like so many other systems, may be built from years-old technology because of the three-to-five-year vehicle development cycle.

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  • 10 things we want from our vendors

    Do you have favorite vendors, ones you would gladly work with again and again? What is it that sets them apart?

    Chances are it isn’t price. Yes, the best vendors provide their goods and services at reasonable prices, but the vendor relationships that stand out in my mind weren’t with the lowest bidders. There’s much more to it than that.

    My team and I have thought a good deal about what makes for the best vendor relationships, and we’ve concluded that the best vendors are partners that become part of our strategy and are proud to be associated with our organization. Organizations can work enthusiastically with such strategic partners to devise innovative ways to achieve one another’s objectives. The two partners share a linked destiny.

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  • Microsoft heads back to the desktop

    Microsoft has flopped on smartphones and tablets. At the same time, its Windows 8.x has continued to be such an abject failure, with a mere 13.4% share of the PC market, that it's trailing even legendary fiasco Vista in market acceptance.

    So what's Microsoft to do?

    Why, go back to its old playbook and kill profits entirely in the hope of regaining market share. Back in 2009 when Linux-powered netbooks were cutting into Windows' market share, Microsoft brought back XP Home and almost gave it away. Simultaneously, Microsoft pushed Windows 7 out the door as fast as possible to replace Vista.

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