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Who we are?

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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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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    Petcube is an interactive pet camera that lets you watch, talk to and play with your pets from your smartphone when you’re away from home. 

    Access and control the Petcube Camera through our mobile app for iOS or Android and check on the live HD broadcast

    To activate a real laser toy on the camera, drag your finger across your phone screen or simply point to the area you would like the laser to go.

    Engage and join the conversation with thousands of pet lovers across the globe. Share your photos & videos, tips and experiences with fellow pet lovers.

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  • Save $800 on Samsung UN60JS7000 60-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV - Deal Alert

    With a regular list price of $2,099, this 38% off deal puts the JS7000 at just $1,297.99. Enjoy an exceptional home theater experience with the Samsung JS7000 60-Inch 4K SUHD Smart TV. The Samsung JS7000 features 4K UHD resolution (3840 x 2160) and Nano-crystal technology for vivid colors, enhanced contrast, and a brighter, more true-to-life picture. The JS7000 Smart TV absorbs ambient light and reduces reflections to minimize glare for a great picture from any angle. With Smart TV and Smart View 2.0, you can easily access and play your favorite content and watch TV on your mobile device. A quad-core processor lets you quickly switch between apps, streaming content, and other media. And with ConnectShare Movie, you can watch videos, play music, and view photos via a USB connection. See the Samsung JS7000 now on Amazon.

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  • Elon Musk opens virtual gym to train your robots

    High-tech entrepreneur Elon Musk has launched an open-source training "gym" for artificial-intelligence programmers.

    It's an interesting move for a man who in 2014 said artificial intelligence, or A.I., will pose a threat to the human race.

    "I think we should be very careful about artificial intelligence," Musk said about a year and a half ago during an MIT symposium. "If I were to guess at what our biggest existential threat is, it's probably that... with artificial intelligence, we are summoning the demon. In all those stories with the guy with the pentagram and the holy water, and he's sure he can control the demon. It doesn't work out."

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  • BrandPost: Putting Big Data to Work for Marketing – Finally We Can Connect All the Dots

    Every time chiefmartec.com blogger Scott Brinker updates the Marketing Technology Landscape graphic, in which he lists all the vendors of marketing applications, I need to zoom in to decipher all the logos (1,876 vendors in 2015!). I can’t wait to see what 2016 will bring!

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    Clearly, there is plenty of technology out there and many businesses feel they are “just one app away from greatness.” Most of these apps are only good for one thing: they take a siloed and partial view and they don’t integrate naturally with anything else. The result is like looking through 15 straws to make sense of the objects in the pool below. Although we, at Informatica, didn’t quite feel we were “one more marketing app away,” we did know that we couldn’t win the war with a siloed view of data.

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  • 5 (more) reasons to be a data scientist

    "Data scientist" has already been declared this year's hottest job, and now a new report offers several more reasons to consider it as a career.

    For the past three years executive recruiter Burtch Works has been surveying data-science professionals about salaries and other related topics. Burtch Works defines data scientists as professionals who can work with enormous sets of unstructured data and use analytics to get meaning out of them. Published on Thursday, this year's report is based on interviews with 374 working data scientists, and it paints a pretty compelling picture. Here are five particularly attractive highlights.

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  • IDG Contributor Network: Tesla Model S P90D in 'Ludicrous Mode' is pure technology heaven

    Finally!

    Just today, I was able to test the ludicrous mode on a Tesla Model S sedan, driving around on the highways and side-streets of Minneapolis. As it happens, I’ve never driven the high-end P90D version of the Model S with all of the extras (total price tag is around $140,000 with all of the add-ons.) I also tested Autopilot for the first time since it was released and then tweaked a bit, driving in fully autonomous mode at highway speeds and adjusting for traffic on its own.

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  • White House releases report on how to spur smart-gun tech

    The White House today released a report by the Defense, Justice and Homeland Security departments on ways to spur the development of smart-gun technology, which restricts who can fire a weapon.

    Smart-gun technology typically uses RFID chips or biometric ID systems, such as a fingerprint scanners or grip recognition systems, to release a locking mechanism on a weapon. The technology was initially developed to prevent police officers' weapons from being grabbed in struggles and used against them. The military has also expressed interest in the technology for similar reasons.

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  • Intel is on the verge of exiting the smartphone and tablet markets

    Intel could be on the verge of exiting the market for smartphones and standalone tablets, wasting billions of dollars it spent trying to expand in those markets.

    The company is immediately canceling Atom chips, code-named Sofia and Broxton, for mobile devices, an Intel spokeswoman confirmed.

    These are the first products on the chopping block as part of Intel's plan to reshape operations after announcing plans this month to cut 12,000 jobs.

    The news of the chip cuts was first reported by analyst Patrick Moorhead in an article on Forbes' website.

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  • IBM offers advice on how to secure blockchain in the cloud

    Cloud providers hosting blockchain secure transactions technology should take additional steps to protect their records, IBM says.

    IBM's new framework for securely operating blockchain networks, released Friday, recommends that network operators make it easy to audit their operating environments and use optimized accelerators for hashing -- the generation of numbers from strings of text -- and the creation of digital signatures to pump up CPU performance. 

    Along with the security guidelines, IBM announced new cloud-based blockchain services designed to meet existing regulatory and security requirements. The company has worked with security experts to create cloud services for "tamper-resistant" blockchain networks, it said.

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  • FCC wireless auction hits spectrum target, paving way for fast, reliable 5G

    Television stations have volunteered to sell off 126MHz of "beach front" wireless spectrum to mobile carriers in an ongoing U.S. Federal Communications Commission auction, potentially bringing higher speeds and more reliable networks to customers.

    The 126MHz of spectrum was the highest amount anticipated by the FCC in the so-called incentive auction, agency officials said Friday. In most areas of the country, the agency will be able to auction 10 blocks of 10MHz to mobile carriers and other interested bidders.

    This low-band spectrum, in the 600MHz band, is highly coveted by mobile carriers because it can cover long distances and penetrate walls and other obstacles. Mobile carriers have pushed for more spectrum as their customers' network use keeps growing, and the low-band spectrum will help carriers roll out faster 5G service, supporters say.

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  • Microsoft declares Cortana search box as Bing- and Edge-only turf

    Microsoft on Thursday began blocking rival browsers and search providers from using Windows 10's Cortana search box, the operating system's prime search real estate.

    "To ensure we can deliver the integrated search experience designed for Windows 10, Microsoft Edge will be the only browser that will launch when you search from the Cortana box," said Ryan Gavin, general manager of search marketing, in a post to a Microsoft company blog.

    The Cortana search box -- at the lower left of the Windows 10 desktop -- relies on Microsoft's Bing search engine.

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  • IDG Contributor Network: OpenStack Summit -- checking in after another six months

    I've been following OpenStack since its inception half a dozen years ago.

    Back then the fledgling open source cloud operating system was a little project created jointly by Rackspace and NASA. A lot of time, massive amounts of funding and a few different value propositions have gone under the bridge and now OpenStack has its own foundation, huge vendor buy-in and a growing number of production deployments at scale.

    Perhaps the biggest indicator that OpenStack has come of age was the (admittedly jarring) sight of Gartner analyst Donna Scott standing on stage in the first day's keynote. While Scott's talk missed the mark by a mile (she spoke at length about the Gartner bi-modal model, a hotly contested topic, but her talk was more of a conceptual piece targeted at a CIO audience, completely different to the 7,500 primarily developer-based attendees at the summit), the wiseness or otherwise of having the talk in that setting, and the fact that Gartner was prepared to go on stage and anoint OpenStack as actually a viable product, was a massive achievement for OpenStack Foundation Jonathan Bryce and his team.

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  • Phishing apps posing as popular payment services infiltrate Google Play

    Google's efforts to police the Android app store -- Google Play -- are far from perfect, with malicious apps routinely slipping through its review process. Such was the case for multiple phishing applications this year that posed as client apps for popular online payment services.

    Researchers from security firm PhishLabs claim that they've found 11 such applications since the beginning of 2016 hosted on Google Play, most of them created by the same group of attackers.

    The apps are simple, yet effective. They load Web pages containing log-in forms that look like the target companies' websites. These pages are loaded from domain names registered by the attackers, but because they are loaded inside the apps, users don't see their actual location.

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  • Why analytics is eating the supply chain

    A peculiar thing happens in northern Florida every year in the springtime. That's harvest season on the many fern farms scattered across the region, and it's also the time when demand for rattlesnake antivenom skyrockets there.

    That's no coincidence. Rattlesnakes like to form dens under fern crops. That means trouble for those who harvest the plants, and it puts urgent pressure on local hospitals and healthcare providers, which must come up with the highly perishable antivenom on demand.

    "A lot of times you never really know how much you're going to need," said Kyle Pudenz, senior director of purchasing for pharmaceutical wholesaler H.D. Smith. "But you also can't stock up and leave it on the shelf."

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  • Toy maker's website pushed growing ransomware threat

    Attackers are aggressively pushing a new file-encrypting ransomware program called CryptXXX by compromising websites, the latest victim being U.S. toy maker Maisto. Fortunately, there's a tool that can help users decrypt CryptXXX affected files for free.

    Security researchers from Malwarebytes reported Thursday that maisto.com was infected with malicious JavaScript that loaded the Angler exploit kit. This is a Web-based attack tool that installs malware on users' computers by exploiting vulnerabilities in their browser plug-ins.

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  • IDG Contributor Network: You'll soon be using GPU as a Service

    Most people are familiar with the graphics processor unit (GPU), which is an important part of making your PC or smartphone graphically and video enabled. In fact, the GPU has a long history.

    It started out primarily as a peripheral supplementing the central processing unit (CPU), first in high end workstations and then in a PC. It was optimized to support graphical operations (something that a CPU of early days did not do very well). Fast forward to today, and we find that most general purpose CPU chips powering the typical PC have more than enough graphics capability built in from an internal GPU to process normal apps and video operations (although some high end apps like gaming and VR/AR still need an external GPU for maximum performance).

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  • Ubuntu 16.04: A desktop for Linux diehards

    Every two years a release of Ubuntu is designated Long-Term Support (LTS). Ubuntu 16.04, code-named Xenial Xerus, is the latest in that line. LTS releases are supported for five years instead of the usual nine months, but they also have less obvious implications. LTS releases are usually geared toward the enterprise, which means they generally include fewer new features and more testing. Both qualities are attractive to risk-averse companies running production software on Ubuntu servers, but provide comparatively little to the desktop user.

    Installation and setup

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  • 6+ reasons iPhones don’t matter anymore

    While it has only been a few weeks since I last said it, it’s worth repeating in context of Apple’s recent financial results: iPhones don’t matter any more, it’s what you do with them that counts.

    Think differently

    Apple has already recognized this as a likely outcome within the digital transformation of everything. This is why it has worked so hard and so long to build a strong business around services. This model isn’t just about selling people Apple Music, iCloud and iTunes Match subscriptions, App Store sales of Apple Pay trades; it’s about connecting you to an ecosystem you love to be in and making it easy for you to stay there. You can even affordably enjoy a new iPhone every year thanks to Apple’s iPhone Upgrade Program.

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  • Rovi to acquire TiVo for $1.1 billion

    Online entertainment listings company Rovi plans to acquire digital video recording firm TiVo for $1.1 billion in a stock and cash deal, the companies said Friday.

    TiVo has cloud-based technology for integrating live, recorded, on-demand and Internet television into one user interface, with search, discovery, viewing and recording options from a variety of devices. Its technology has been deployed by operators including Virgin Media and Vodafone Spain.

    Rovi announced in March that Sharp’s new Aquos TVs would include its G-Guide electronic programming guide.

    The combined company is forecast to have more than $800 million in revenue in the current year. More than 10 million TiVo-served households are expected to be added to the current base of about 18 million homes that use Rovi guides. The new entity will serve nearly 500 service providers worldwide, the companies said.

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  • IDG Contributor Network: If the shoe fits: Prada shows how to master in-store sales

    Readers of this column know that retailers have little to fear from online rivals as long as they focus on services and products that brick-and-mortar retailers can do better than anyone else. Play by e-tail rules and you'll lose every time. Strut your physical store advantages and you win. I've argued this time and time and time again. But this month, Prada and Saks reminded retailers that they should have nothing to fear from Amazon.

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  • 11 Excel tips for power users

    Want to get more out of Excel? At Microsoft's inaugural Data Insights Summit last month, several experts offered a slew of suggestions for getting the most out of Excel 2016. Here are 10 of the best.

    (Note: Keyboard shortcuts will work for the 2016 versions of Excel, including Mac; those were the versions tested. And many of the query options in Excel 2016's data tab come from the Power Query add-in for Excel 2010 and 2013. So if you've got Power Query on an earlier version of Excel on Windows, a lot of these tips will work for you as well, although they may not work on Excel for Mac.)

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  • Supreme Court approves rule change that expands FBI computer search powers

    The Supreme Court has adopted amendments to a rule to give judges the authority to issue warrants to remotely search computers whose locations are concealed using technology.

    The proposed move had been criticized by civil rights groups and companies like Google that said it threatened to undermine the privacy rights and computer security of Internet users.

    The top court has approved changes to the Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure, including Rule 41, which with some exceptions prohibits a federal judge from issuing a search warrant outside of the judge’s district. The change in the rule was proposed by the Advisory Committee on the Rules of Criminal Procedure at the request of the Department of Justice.

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  • Massive growth shows why Amazon is the public cloud leader

    Amazon showed off its dominance in the public cloud market on Thursday as the capstone to a better than expected quarterly earnings report.

    Revenue from Amazon Web Services during the first quarter of 2016 was up 64 percent year-over-year, showing the big money that's still out there as companies invest more and more in the public cloud. 

    Amazon's cloud platform generated revenue of $2.56 billion, putting it on pace to make $10 billion this year, in line with a letter from CEO Jeff Bezos sent to shareholders earlier this month. That's big money to go with Amazon's massive customer base, which includes names like Netflix, Time Inc. and Intuit. 

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  • A.I. looms large in Google's view of the future

    Artificial intelligence technologies such as machine learning will play a key role in shaping the future, Google CEO Sundar Pichai said in the company's annual Founders' Letter to stockholders on Thursday.

    "It’s what has allowed us to build products that get better over time, making them increasingly useful and helpful," wrote Pichai, who cited examples such as voice search, translation tools, image recognition and spam filters.

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  • But $1,500 for 'misc network equipment'? Approved!

    It's a couple years ago, and this IT pilot fish is getting set for a road trip. The purpose: Visit his company's 30 remote offices for a major networking upgrade.

    "We were moving away from a T1-based MPLS network to a hardware-based VPN connection back to the corporate data center with actual direct Internet access," says fish. "I was replacing the network hardware at each location.

    "And as long as I was going to be at each site, I thought it would be a good idea to install an inexpensive Wi-Fi access point for guests to get online, or enable our employees with iPhones, iPads and other mobile devices to access the Internet."

    Fish's plan is to connect the access points to their own ports on the firewall, so security won't be a problem. And because the Internet connections are pretty fast, he figures they can easily spare the bandwidth to support mobile devices.

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  • Google, what are you doing? Motorola ex-prez now new hardware chief

    Google hires Motorola ex-president to lead a new centralized hardware team. This is BIG BIG news -- it hints at Google's plans for Nexus, ChromeOS, the living room, and even the ludicrous Google Glass.

    It's also a slap in the face with a wet fish to Hiroshi Lockheimer and Nest's Tony Fadell. In IT Blogwatch, bloggers read the orgchart runes.

    Your humble blogwatcher curated these bloggy bits for your entertainment. Not to mention: The History of Rock


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  • As iPhone sales slump, Apple again talks up services revenue

    For the second quarter running, Apple executives this week talked up the growth of the company's services category in an attempt to highlight the earnings potential of the devices now in customers' hands.

    "The services business is powered by our huge installed base of active devices, which crossed 1 billion units earlier this year," CEO Tim Cook said during the Tuesday earnings call with Wall Street. "Those 1 billion-plus active devices are a source of recurring revenue that is growing independent of the unit shipments we report every three months."

    Cook's comments were an abbreviated version of the argument that Apple's CFO, Luca Maestri, made in January during that month's call about the December 2015 quarter. At the time, Maestri spent significant time delving into services -- a category that included revenue from iTunes, the App Store, AppleCare, iCloud, Apple Pay, licensing and other services -- and trumpeting Apple's ability to earn money from current customers.

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  • OneNote gets easy video embedding and many more new features

    Microsoft has announced a veritable bonanza of new features for its OneNote note-taking software across multiple platforms, providing added functionality for people who rely on it to organize their thoughts. 

    First and foremost, Microsoft made it easier to save online videos for later use inside OneNote. Users can now add a link to one of a handful of popular video services inside OneNote for Windows 10, Mac and iOS, and Microsoft's software will automatically embed the linked video into the notebook for easy playback later. 

    Users of Microsoft's note-taking software on the iPad can now rearrange audio recordings, images, text, shapes and any other item on a page by touching and dragging them. To help with that, Microsoft added a lasso tool so that users can select groups of objects and move them around as one unit. 

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  • Google and Fiat Chrysler near deal on self-driving vehicles

    Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) and Alphabet Google's self-driving car division are reportedly in late-stage partnership talks, according to Auto Extremist.

    The talks, which began shortly after the January CES conference in Las Vegas, would offer "the advanced technology partnership" Google has been seeking to sell its autonomous car technology. Google has been working on autonomous car tech for six years, according to the industry blog site.

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    One of Google's self-driving prototype SUVs drives around Mountain View, Calif.

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  • Facebook in the zone: 5 things it’s doing right

    After all the news that came out of Facebook's earnings call Wednesday, the social networking giant has hit the zone.

    Wall Street was pleasantly surprised by Facebook's financial results , while the company also had good news to report about user growth, mobile usage and Instagram.

    "Facebook is hitting on all cylinders now," said Dan Olds, an analyst with The Gabriel Consulting Group. "Advertising revenue is up an astounding 57 percent year-over-year, with total revenue up 52 percent. Better yet, operating margins improved from 26 percent to 37 percent, leading to 115 percent higher profits at just over $2 billion. Facebook is definitely executing their plan in a big way."

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