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The security threat over social media is often a big concern for its users. As you can see the cyber crooks have been waiting to find any opportunity

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3 Bitcoin Challengers to Watch Out For

Bitcoin is an experimental digital currency that enables encrypted transactions anywhere in the world through peer-to-peer technology. Unlike regular money, Bitcoins are decentralized, meaning, exchange, payments, all sorts of monetary deals are collectively carried out not by banks or authorities but by participants within the network. It is one of the more prominent applications of crypto-currencies, a concept where data encryption and decryption is used to facilitate the creation and transfer

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The American research firm, Gartner, has announced that global information technology (IT) spending will reach $3.7 trillion by the end of 2013, some two percent more than last year's figure of $3.6 trillion. The announcement came as a surprise to many as the new projection is slightly lower than the 4.1 percent growth that Gartner had estimated just three months ago. A report issued by the Connecticut-based firm suggests that the reduction is due mainly to recent fluctuations in US dollar exc

The Latest Digital Marketing Methods for Your Business

Do you wish to double up the awareness of your business? Then Digital marketing is the key to your success. It is true that social media is one of the biggest platforms for digital marketing. However, you will need to understand that it is not the only one out there. There are many different ways in which you can spread awareness. The following points will help you in acquiring a good knowledge about the latest international trends of digital advertisements that have received immense positive re

Five Cool Things to Come Out of Kickstarter

The thing to remember about great ideas is that, more often than not, they need an equally great level of funding to come to fruition. Creativity can and will help you come up with the next big communications device or the best entertainment console ever; but without the money to fund its manufacturing, your big ideas will most likely end up being shuffled somewhere between lightsabers and teleporters on the list of “Things We Wish Were Real”. Enter Kickstarter, a website that lets you pitc

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