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Why It’s Vital To Have A Mobile Friendly Website

You need to have a mobile-friendly website. Having a mobile-friendly website is critical to the success and survival of any company with an online presence. Not having a mobile-friendly site will result in less profit and fewer customers. In fact, not having a mobile-friendly website could even cause your company …

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Why T-Mobile is No Longer T-iny

Just recently, T-Mobile held its very first earnings call headed by their CEO, John Legere. Legere was happy and in good spirits and he has every reason to be. This year’s second quarter marked a milestone in the company’s history; in other words, the company grew. It stopped growing for …

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Tools for Workers Paid by the Hour

The Huffington Post quoted the US Labor Department saying that 3 out of 5 or 59.1% of the American workforce are now paid by the hour. According to the Labor Department, this rate is up by 0.5% from 2010 and 1.5% from 2008 figures. Although the Economist has noted that …

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Cloud: The Fastest Way To Get From Point A To Point B Is By Staying Put

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Doing collaborative work in companies could be physically taxing for professionals especially when these activities involve long distance traveling and too much office legwork. Being on the road, in the air or sailing to far-off locations or merely going up and down several floors could be that exhausting and could …

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Perfect Apps For The Artistic

Art is perceived by the senses but it fills a person’s soul. The wonder of art is mysterious yet undeniable. There are a lot of people who just cannot seem to get enough of it. These applications give them the convenience of enjoying different works of art on their mobile …

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Digital Detox: 3 Tips to Survive Without Tech

We first heard of digital detox vacations back in January 2012. Forbes.com even featured an article on the apparent rise of digital-detox vacation packages in the travel industry. Truth be told, we’re not surprised given the rapid advances in smartphone, notebook, and tablet technologies. We imagine that, for some people, …

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Troubleshooting Common Web Browser Problems

It is the age of the Internet and almost every individual who owns a computer in the world has the capability to access the World Wide Web one way or another. With millions of websites catering to a wide host of interests and sources of information, it is almost undeniable …

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Corporate Networks Once Again Fear an Attack from Android

Malware and spyware are still on the loose, this time though, mobile devices with android, are being targeted through websites. It is the first instance in which websites which have been hacked are being used to host malware and spyware and when a mobile device visits the site it is …

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Draw Something, Most Popular Game, Beyond Angry Birds

Draw Something ? What is that ?? If you think that Angry Birds is the most popular game in mobile devices today, according to Zynga, you are wrong. Because, the most downloaded games for mobile phones or tablet now is Draw Something. Yes, Draw Something is a game on mobile …

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Safari and IE8 Hacked, Chrome and Mozilla Safe on Pwn2Own 2011

Hacking contest to break the security system internet browser and mobile devices called Pwn2Own that lasted as the CanSecWest conference in Vancouver, Canada, 9-11 March 2011, has ended. As a result, a browser made by Google and Chrome 9 Mozilla Firefox 3.6 that is not broken. While 5 of Apple’s …

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Scrutinizing the Blu Products Life Play

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Among the myriad of affordable handheld devices that saturates the market nowadays, how can you ensure that you will have the best device for your use? Bear in mind that budget smartphones, by virtue of the fact that they suffer from budget slash, have to resort to compromises in specs …

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Best E-Book Reader Apps for Bookworms

In the age of “smarts”, most hardbound and paperback books have taken a backseat to more portable, space-saving e-books. While the experience of reading a real book is still far more fulfilling than just sliding your finger through the virtual pages of your favorite Rowling or Gaiman novel, more and …

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