Displaying items by tag: emoji

You may have seen Logitech's beautifully colourful Popkeys emoji keyboards in JB Hi-Fi, EB Games, and other stores and wondered what they were like. iTWire can tell you.

Diversity and representation is a hot topic – not before time, some would say – so it's not surprising that a fresh spotlight has been turned on human emojis. A survey conducted for Adobe suggests Australians want a more diverse and inclusive range of emojis.

Published in Strategy

On World Emoji Day, an earth shatteringly fundamental question over the nature of life, the universe and everything has emerged: what emoji is used for the word emoji?

Published in Entertainment

It's World Emoji Day on 17 July, with Facebook revealing well over over 900 million emojis are shared on Messenger each day, with more facts and figures to make you reach for smiling emojis and more.

Published in Apps

Using the talents of a top comedian to decode emoji messages sent to Amaysim's Facebook page on World Emoji Day, the company is promoting World Emoji Day with genuine discounts to its services and the chance to win an iPhone X.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Wednesday, 19 July 2017 19:25

PRIM shows how proper vending is done in 2017

If you’re tired of the traditional, dumb vending machine, and wished they could be brought into the 21st century, then your order has just been delivered into the chute.

Published in Your Tech

No, it has nothing to do with Domino’s chief executive Don Meij, but instead a stack of Australian-inspired emojis with the hope they will be added to the next official emoji keyboard update due in 2017.

Published in Entertainment
Friday, 15 July 2016 15:10

World Emoji Day Sunday 17 July

Emoji (the term is singular and plural) use has skyrocketed in popularity in recent years, propelled by the rise in smartphone usage and inclusion in most major messaging platforms.

Published in Mobility
Friday, 13 May 2016 13:09

Twitter wants to know how you will vote

Twitters platform may just be the real pulse of the people in the coming Federal Election.

Published in Strategy




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