HUGGLETS WINTER BEARFEST 2016
Hugglets Teddy Bear Festivals are held twice a year at Kensington Town Hall, Hornton Street, London, England. There are over 170 stands with thousands of bears on sale.
We are visiting clients at Hugglets Winter Bearfest on 28th Feb 2016
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Free entry tickets for each event can be found at the back of the UK Teddy Bear Guide or can be purchased at the door (£4 adult / £2 child). If you live in the UK and you are a registered user on the Hugglets website you will automatically receive a complimentary programme and entry ticket by post. These are sent approximately 2 weeks before each event.
Entry times are 10.30am to 4.00pm.
To find out more, or to explore hundreds of photos from past Festivals, please check the various links above and below. Don’t miss the tips for visitors – especially if you are planning your first visit.
Google, the biggest internet-related service and tool provider, has recently rolled out the availability of Google Mobile Map search and turn-by-turn navigation offline. This development has long been expected ever since Google’s announcement earlier this May during its developer conference.
Users, however, would have to download the Maps area before using it offline. Useful information such as location of specific destinations and their hours of operation, contact information, ratings, and turn-by-turn driving directions would be available for offline use once you have downloaded a certain geographical area.
Amanda Bishop, the product manager of Google Maps, posted on Google Map’s blog that users can “download an area by searching for a city, county or country, for instance, and tapping ‘Download’ on the resulting place sheet, or by going to ‘Offline Areas’ in the Google Maps menu and tapping on the ‘+’ button.”
Other companies such as Nokia and Facebook have already started implementing capabilities similar to the offline Google Maps. But many eyes, however, are on Google, since many are speculating that this offline Maps is just the first step in making Google Offline come to life.
It is public knowledge that search engine Google continuously seeks ways to improve their services. Recently, it had launched a new interface for its search results on tablet devices. Users of the said device would notice the big difference between the old layout from the latest version.
Unlike the old integration of desktop and mobile scheme, this new view now has its own interface that displays card-like results with heaps of white space on both left and right side of the search results and features a thinner top bar navigation.
Local search results now take up the whole screen. There are a few users that even claim that they are seeing mobile-friendly labels on the results of Google search. However, not everyone can say the same.
Google has yet to comment on this latest change in search result interface. Meanwhile, a spokesperson from Google told online news site, Search Engine Land, “this week we began rolling out a new tablet Search results page, bringing the best of Google Search to tablets.”