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  • After 5,000 mile flight without fuel, solar plane lands in Hawaii - Technology
    3 Jul 2015 | 11:49 am
  • Boris Johnson unveils all new electric doubledecker for London

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    Chris Price
    29 Jun 2015 | 10:11 pm
    The first fully electric London doubledecker is set to enter service in October. Until now the battery technology has rendered electric double deckers too heavy and expensive. But TfL(Transport for London) believes the latest development will rapidly improve emissions and air transport authorities try to reduce the capital’s air pollution levels. Built in China, the new all electric double decker will  run on route 16, which operates between Cricklewood, north-west London, and Victoria station. In addition, the 312 route from Norwood to South Croydon, will become the…
  • NVIDIA @ ICML 2015: CUDA 7.5, cuDNN 3, & DIGITS 2 Announced

    7 Jul 2015 | 1:00 am
    Taking place this week in Lille, France is the 2015 International Conference on Machine Learning, or ICML. Now in its 32nd year, the annual event is one of the major international conferences focusing on machine learning. Coinciding with this conference are a number of machine learning announcements, and with NVIDIA now heavily investing in machine learning as part of their 2015 Maxwell and Tegra X1 initiatives with a specific focus on deep neural networks, NVIDIA is at the show this year to release some announcements of their own. All-told, NVIDIA is announcing new releases for three of…
  • Elon Musk May Unveil Mars Colony Plans This Year

    Kyle Baxter
    7 Jan 2015 | 7:34 pm
    During a Reddit AMA earlier this week, Elon Musk said he hopes to announce his Mars transport system plans. As you’d expect, I’m incredibly excited about this. We are still obviously a long ways away from the first manned mission to Mars, but there is finally substantive work being done to get us there. Of course, NASA announced late last year that the Orion space capsule is a part of their plan toward a manned mission to Mars, which is terribly exciting. Humans conducting experiments on Mars and exploring the planet is something I hope to see before I die. But Musk and SpaceX, I…
  • Could this Kingii wearable help to prevent drowning? Indiegogo campaign raises $400K in 2 days

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    Chris Price
    1 Jul 2015 | 2:55 am
    It doesn’t seem you can go a day without some new wearable asking for money on crowdfunding websites like Kickstarter or Indiegogo. But here’s one that promises to be more useful than most – in fact so useful it might actually save your life one day. Called Kingii, it’s a device that claims to help prevent drowning. Although the number of deaths from drowning in the UK is falling (just under 400 last year according to the latest stats from Rospa), worldwide drowning still kills 372,000 according to the World Health Organisation. And obviously during the summer time…
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  • Smartphone-controlled gaming drones to bring dogfights to the office

    David Nield
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:55 am
    We've seen drones used to capture video, find fish and monitor crops, but what about using these Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) for indoor office dogfights? That's the thinking behind the new set of gaming drones for TobyRich, which let you race against friends or go head-to-head in aerial combat no matter what the setting... Continue Reading Smartphone-controlled gaming drones to bring dogfights to the office Section: Aircraft Tags: Kickstarter Smartphones Drone Gaming Related Articles: LG reveals the new wide-angle camera module you'll find on the G4 smartphone You can now remotely play…
  • Pura smart water fountain monitors your cat's drinking habits

    Richard Moss
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:51 am
    Cats are finicky at the best of times, but when it comes to drinking enough water they really don't seem to know what's best for them. Chances are you don't either. But a Taiwanese startup called Noacare believes it can sort both parties out with a smart water fountain. This new fountain, Pura, syncs with a tag on your cat's collar and an app on your smartphone to keep you up to speed on your feline friend's water intake so that you can prevent health problems before they occur... Continue Reading Pura smart water fountain monitors your cat's drinking habits Section: Pets Tags: Cats Drinking…
  • Danish festival-goers donate urine to help make beer

    Paul Ridden
    7 Jul 2015 | 6:32 am
    Rather than collect and treat the copious amount of pee produced by beer-swigging live music lovers, the organizers of last week's Roskilde Festival and the Danish Agriculture & Food Council opted to put all that liquid gold to good use. A beercycling project dubbed "From piss to pilsner" invited attendees to leave deposits for local farmers to use as fertilizer for barley crops grown to make beer... Continue Reading Danish festival-goers donate urine to help make beer Section: Outdoors Tags: Toilet Music festival Beer Urinals Related Articles: Twitter Music app set to launch Tough Tomcar…
  • Honda sets Gunness World Record for fuel efficiency in Euro road-trip

    Stu Robarts
    7 Jul 2015 | 4:55 am
    Honda has claimed a new Guinness World Record, for the "Lowest fuel consumption – all 24 contiguous EU countries (all cars)." Although that's a bit of a mouthful, it simply means that the carmaker achieved the highest fuel efficiency ever recorded while traversing all 24 adjoining EU countries... Continue Reading Honda sets Gunness World Record for fuel efficiency in Euro road-trip Section: Automotive Tags: Honda World Records Fuel efficiency Guinness Related Articles: Audi and RAC traveling through as many countries as possible on a single tank of fuel Audi A6 TDI Ultra driven through 14…
  • Philips facility develops "light recipes" for city farming

    Stu Robarts
    7 Jul 2015 | 3:19 am
    Philips has opened a new facility for developing tailored LED "light recipes" for indoor farming. The GrowWise City Farming research center in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, will be used to study how light can maximize the quality and yield of different crops. The aim is to help producers grow tasty and healthy food indoors all year round... Continue Reading Philips facility develops "light recipes" for city farming Section: Good Thinking Tags: Lighting Agriculture Farming Urban Farming Urban Gardening Related Articles: Urban Skyfarm concept would provide inner city farming space Growing…
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  • What Google Got Right With Its Carpooling Service

    Gregory Ferenstein
    7 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    Google is reportedly jumping into the ride-sharing business. According to Haaretzthe search giant is launching a pilot carpooling service in three Israeli cities on top of Waze, its popular driving directions app. The service, RideWith, allows passengers to join fellow residents on their commutes. Google is expected to take a small 15% fee. Google is careful not to bill it as a competitor to Uber, which has run afoul of protesters in places like France and South Africa, not to mention major American cities. Unlike Uber, Google limits trips to two per day, so drivers don't make a living…
  • Amazon's New Cloud Drive Apps Want Your Photos And Files

    David Nield
    6 Jul 2015 | 12:35 pm
    Amazon just added Cloud Drive apps for iOS to accompany the Android versions it released at the end of June. Users can now view files and folders from mobile devices, just like they can from the desktop, putting Amazon's service more in line with the likes of Dropbox and Google Drive. It's all part of an increasingly frenetic land grab to store consumers' data online—the big names are cutting prices and expanding services to get photos, music, video and more into their respective "clouds" and off people's devices. See also: The Cloud Wars Are Great For Consumers But A…
  • Google’s Project Jacquard Aims To Make "Activewear" A Reality

    Brian P. Rubin
    6 Jul 2015 | 12:24 pm
    Most wearable devices are passive. They read data, then spit it back out at you with a buzz on your wrist, or—if they’re really good—via an app that can actually interpret what that data means. But aside from a few simple controls for music or answering a connected phone, wearables have yet to truly make the leap from absorbing data to providing meaningful ways for users to control the world around them.That problem is especially pronounced for wearables made of fabric rather than plastic, says Nick Langston, head of the Wearables Lab at TE Connectivity. “Today, what’s been going on…
  • Peter Thiel’s Advice For Entrepreneurs And Investors In 2 Quotes

    Gregory Ferenstein
    3 Jul 2015 | 12:25 pm
    This post first appeared on the Ferenstein Wire, a syndicated news service. Publishing partners may edit posts. For inquiries, please email author and publisher Gregory Ferenstein.Early Facebook investor and Paypal billionaire Peter Thiel revealed two key pieces of advice he tends to give aspiring entrepreneurs and investors this week at the Atlantic Aspen Ideas Festival. They can be distilled into two simple concepts, starting with this tip for investors : Watch out for  buzzwords. If there are too many buzzwords in a presentation, that’s always a warning sign … Big data,…
  • Rust Never Sleeps: How Mozilla Could Become Cool Again

    Matt Asay
    2 Jul 2015 | 12:04 pm
    Mozilla has seen better days. Once it offered a serious competitive threat to Microsoft's Internet Explorer. Today, Mozilla's Firefox squeaks into third place with just 12% market share of desktop browsers, according to NetMarketShare, and is worse than a rounding error among mobile browsers. Other projects, like Mozilla Thunderbird, are even less relevant. See also: What Mozilla's WebAssembly Means: More Powerful Web AppsWhich is why the group's Rust programming language is so surprising—and potentially industry changing. Hatched by Mozilla employee Graydon Hoare…
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  • A Bit of Barf Can Teach Us Lots About Self-Driving Cars

    Alex Davies
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:00 am
    The great design challenge for autonomous driving is not making the seats super cushy or finding new ways to use touchscreens. The post A Bit of Barf Can Teach Us Lots About Self-Driving Cars appeared first on WIRED.
  • How Brazil Designed Its Shapeshifting Olympic Torch

    Liz Stinson
    7 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    In 2016, Rio will host the Olympics, and its torch will be carried by 12,000 people. The post How Brazil Designed Its Shapeshifting Olympic Torch appeared first on WIRED.
  • The Life of an Internet Catfish Is Rough These Days

    Molly McHugh
    7 Jul 2015 | 5:00 am
    Really, watching the progression of the reality TV show Catfish is like watching the progression of the Internet. We’re all less naive. The post The Life of an Internet Catfish Is Rough These Days appeared first on WIRED.
  • Inside the Nuclear Bunker Where America Preserves Its Movie History

    Bryan Gardiner
    7 Jul 2015 | 4:00 am
    With well over a million visual recordings in its collection and tens of thousands more coming in every week, the Packard Institute is a hoarder's dream. The post Inside the Nuclear Bunker Where America Preserves Its Movie History appeared first on WIRED.
  • Sorry, But the Perfect Lego Brick May Never Be Eco-Friendly

    Katie M. Palmer
    7 Jul 2015 | 4:00 am
    Lego will be launching a center devoted to finding an eco-friendly replacement for oil-based plastic. The post Sorry, But the Perfect Lego Brick May Never Be Eco-Friendly appeared first on WIRED.
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  • How to get a Rubik’s Cube in a bottle [video]

    Kate Rinsema
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:35 am
    Looking for that perfect retro '80s piece to accent your decor? Then a Rubik's Cube in a bottle is the way to go. The post How to get a Rubik’s Cube in a bottle [video] appeared first on Holy Kaw!.
  • Japan has answered America’s giant robot duel challenge [video]

    Josh Urich
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:00 am
    A few weeks ago, we showed you a video challenge issued by some American engineers to Japanese engineers: the Americans challenged the Japanese to a giant robot duel. Here's the Japanese response. The post Japan has answered America’s giant robot duel challenge [video] appeared first on Holy Kaw!.
  • The anatomy of a perfect checkout page [infographic]

    Kate Rinsema
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:50 am
    There's no point in selling your wares on the Internet unless the buying process is easy for customers to navigate. The post The anatomy of a perfect checkout page [infographic] appeared first on Holy Kaw!.
  • Why the lightsaber fights in Star Wars I-III were so bad [video]

    Josh Urich
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:00 am
    The Star Wars prequels went down in the annals of movie history as embarrassments. One reason for this was the terrible fight scenes. Why were they so bad? This video breaks it down. The post Why the lightsaber fights in Star Wars I-III were so bad [video] appeared first on Holy Kaw!.
  • Italian grandmas try Olive Garden [video]

    Josh Urich
    6 Jul 2015 | 9:00 pm
    If you're a big fan of Olive Garden, you may want to think twice before watching this video. If you're dubious about the OG, though, you'll enjoy these Italian grandmas criticisms. There is some foul language, so be warned. The post Italian grandmas try Olive Garden [video] appeared first on Holy Kaw!.
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  • The MSI HQ Tour: Design 101

    7 Jul 2015 | 5:00 am
    This year marked my fifth year at Computex, starting from 2011. Out of the trade shows I attend each year, it ranks as number one for a variety of reasons – the location (Taiwan) is a great country to visit and experience, most of the PC component companies I deal with on a day-to-day basis are there, and every year there tends to be a number of big launches either just before, during, or immediately after. Each year of my Computex visits, we have synchronized with a company in order to obtain both a tour of the headquarters as well as a high profile interview. This year we had a chance…
  • Samsung Launches New 2TB SSD 850 EVO And 850 PRO Models

    7 Jul 2015 | 5:00 am
    Due to what Samsung is citing as a surge in demand for larger capacity SSDs, they have now launched two new models offering up to two terabytes of storage each. In order to drive the extra capacity, they have also launched a new SSD controller in the MHX controller. Our resident SSD expert Kristian expects the MHX to be similar in design to the MEX controller, but with additional DRAM to track the extra blocks. The 2TB 850 EVO leverages the same 32-layer 128 Gbit TLC V-NAND that we have already seen in the smaller capacity 850 EVO products, but the 850 PRO will use a new 128 Gbit 2-bit MLC…
  • NVIDIA @ ICML 2015: CUDA 7.5, cuDNN 3, & DIGITS 2 Announced

    7 Jul 2015 | 1:00 am
    Taking place this week in Lille, France is the 2015 International Conference on Machine Learning, or ICML. Now in its 32nd year, the annual event is one of the major international conferences focusing on machine learning. Coinciding with this conference are a number of machine learning announcements, and with NVIDIA now heavily investing in machine learning as part of their 2015 Maxwell and Tegra X1 initiatives with a specific focus on deep neural networks, NVIDIA is at the show this year to release some announcements of their own. All-told, NVIDIA is announcing new releases for three of…
  • Microsoft Rebrands Entertainment Apps

    6 Jul 2015 | 6:51 pm
    What’s in a name, you may ask yourself. Branding is likely one of the more difficult tasks out there, and companies like Microsoft seem to move around on branding, and what seems like a good naming decision at the time can be shown to be the wrong move with the benefit of hindsight. So it was for Microsoft’s Zune brand, which consisted of not only the Zune media players but also PC software and services. The Zune name was killed off and replaced with one of the stronger brands for Microsoft on the consumer side, with it being replaced with Xbox Music and Xbox Video a couple of…
  • AMD Confirms 20nm Products Moved to FinFET, Warns on Q2’15 Earnings

    6 Jul 2015 | 1:55 pm
    A little bit ago AMD sent out an announcement updating their official outlook for the second quarter of 2015. Though we don’t typically publish financial projections, the long and short of it is that AMD is looking to brace investors for a worse than expected Q2, after an already difficult Q1. Soft APU sales are being blamed for dragging down both revenue and gross margins, with AMD now expecting Q2 revenue to be down 8% sequentially, or around $950M, while the non-GAAP gross margin will be just 28%. Much more interesting however is this little nugget of information buried in the…
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  • Crypto Experts Blast Gov't Backdoors For Encryption

    7 Jul 2015 | 8:46 am
    loid_void writes with a link to a New York Times report about some of the world's best-known cryptography experts, who have prepared a report which concludes that there is no viable technical solution which "would allow the American and British governments to gain "exceptional access" to encrypted communications without putting the world's most confidential data and critical infrastructure in danger." From the article: [T]he government’s plans could affect the technology used to lock financial institutions and medical data, and poke a hole in mobile devices and the countless other…
  • The IT Containers That Went To War

    7 Jul 2015 | 8:01 am
    1sockchuck writes: Parachuting a container full of IT gear into a war zone is challenging enough. In the mountains of Afghanistan, helicopters had to deliver modular data centers in three minutes or less, lest the choppers be targeted by Taliban rockets. UK vendor Cannon recently spoke with DataCenterDynamics, sharing some of the extreme challenges and lessons learned from deploying portable data centers for military units in deserts and mountains. The same lessons (except, hopefully, with a lower chance of being shot) would apply in lots of other extreme enviroments, too.Read more of this…
  • Eric Holder Says DoJ Could Strike Deal With Snowden; Current AG Takes Hard Line

    7 Jul 2015 | 7:20 am
    cold fjord writes with the report at Yahoo that Former Attorney General Eric Holder said today that a "possibility exists" for the Justice Department to cut a deal with ... Edward Snowden that would allow him to return to the United States ... Holder said "we are in a different place as a result of the Snowden disclosures" and that "his actions spurred a necessary debate" that prompted President Obama and Congress to change policies ... "I certainly think there could be a basis for a resolution that everybody could ultimately be satisfied with. I think the possibility exists." A…
  • Hacking Team Scrambling To Limit Damage Brought On By Explosive Data Leak

    7 Jul 2015 | 6:38 am
    An anonymous reader writes: Who hacked Hacking Team, the Milan-based company selling intrusion and surveillance software to governments, law enforcement agencies and (as it turns out) companies? A hacker who goes by "Phineas Fisher" claims it was him (her? them?). In the meantime, Hacking Team is scrambling to minimize the damage this hack and data leak is doing to the company. They sent out emails to all its customers, requesting them to shut down all deployments of its Remote Control System software ("Galileo") — even though it seems they could do that themselves, as the customer…
  • Scientists Show Human Aging Rates Vary Widely

    7 Jul 2015 | 5:36 am writes: Ever notice at your high school reunions how some classmates look ten years older than everybody else — and some look ten years younger. Now BBC reports that a study of people born within a year of each other has uncovered a huge gulf in the speed at which human bodies bodies age. The report tracked traits such as weight, kidney function and gum health and found that some of the 38-year-olds in the study were aging so badly that their "biological age" was on the cusp of retirement. "They look rough, they look lacking in vitality," says Prof Terrie Moffitt. The…
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    Tech.pinions - Perspective, Insight, Analysis

  • The Analytics of IoT

    Bob O'Donnell
    7 Jul 2015 | 1:00 am
    One of the big promises of IoT is supposed to be insight. The idea is that, by collecting all kinds of data from a myriad of connected sensors, both businesses and consumers will be able to learn more about the systems, devices, and environments around them. The key component to bridge the gap between data and insight is, of course, analytics. Big data analytics has been a major buzzword in the IT world for the last five years or more, and it’s the key to generating the sort of knowledge we’re all hoping IoT can enable. The problem, or challenge, is analytics is a complex topic few people…
  • My Week Without Apple Watch

    Ben Bajarin
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:00 am
    Sometimes, in order to truly appreciate life with modern day conveniences, we have to be reminded of what life was like before them. As an experiment for the last week, I decided to live without the thoroughly modern convenience of the Apple Watch. I was lucky enough to be included in the first group of folks outside of Apple to get an Apple Watch. I’ve been wearing the watch all day, every day since April 1st. Here, I shared my thoughts after my first week. Since April 1st, I have deeply integrated the Apple Watch into my everyday life. I decided to run an experiment and see what a…
  • Smartphone Trends in the US

    Jan Dawson
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:00 am
    Every quarter, I talk with the major US carriers to understand the trends they’re seeing in smartphone purchasing and upgrade behavior among their customers. These conversations are on background, so I can’t share what individual… This content is for Insider Yearly and Insider Monthly members only. Visit the site and log in/register to read.
  • The Future of Everything is in Your Head

    Shawn DuBravac
    3 Jul 2015 | 1:00 am
    I have chickens. You know, the kind that sleep in a coop in the backyard and lay eggs. Three chickens, three eggs, every single day. In the U.S., we have a peculiar relationship with our eggs. We keep them in refrigerators and all of the eggs in a carton — whether it’s six or 36 — have the same expiration date. The eggs from my chickens don’t have to be refrigerated and don’t all expire on the same day, because each day those three new eggs arrive. I like order, but keeping eggs in order of acquisition can be a problem. Leaving them in a bowl doesn’t help and traditional egg…
  • Everyone Gets Some Internet

    Steve Wildstrom
    2 Jul 2015 | 7:32 am
    There has been a tendency in the U.S. to believe the internet provides significant access to citizens but that leaves out many, especially the old and the low income. But as shown by the latest… This content is for Insider Yearly and Insider Monthly members only. Visit the site and log in/register to read.
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  • How to Do a Presentation on a Chromebook

    Kevin Purcell
    27 Jun 2015 | 12:06 pm
    How to Do a Presentation on a Chromebook is a post by Kevin Purcell from As Chromebooks become more popular people see them in classrooms, boardrooms and other places where users will... This is a summary. Please visit for the full article.
  • Lenovo ThinkPad e450 Review

    Travis Pope
    20 Jun 2015 | 9:45 am
    Lenovo ThinkPad e450 Review is a post by Travis Pope from So often we’re confronted by our needs and wants in the computing space. Frequently our minds tell us that we need an... This is a summary. Please visit for the full article.
  • 10 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do on a Chromebook

    Kevin Purcell
    19 Jun 2015 | 5:01 pm
    10 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do on a Chromebook is a post by Kevin Purcell from Chromebooks often get a bad reputation because misinformed people say, “It’s... This is a summary. Please visit for the full article.
  • OS X El Capitan: 10 Cool New Features in Apple’s OS

    Kevin Purcell
    9 Jun 2015 | 1:00 pm
    OS X El Capitan: 10 Cool New Features in Apple’s OS is a post by Kevin Purcell from At WWDC 2015, Apple’s developer conference, Apple announced OS X El Capitan 10.11, the... This is a summary. Please visit for the full article.
  • Lenovo ThinkPad X250 Review

    Travis Pope
    6 Jun 2015 | 6:30 am
    Lenovo ThinkPad X250 Review is a post by Travis Pope from Something strange happened when many of the device makers who create Windows machines decided to focus on the future. No one... This is a summary. Please visit for the full article.
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  • Why Solar Energy Is a Good, Renewable Energy Source?

    27 Jun 2015 | 7:59 am
    These days we hear a lot about using organic products, biodegradable products, recycling plastics, etc., to minimize carbon footprint and save the environment. But we do not realize that unless and until we minimize consumption, we can not really save our environment. For example, look at the world consumption; Today’s products are manufactured, used and disposed of at a higher rate than the earth can accommodate in a less harmful way. Therefore it is important that we move to green alternatives now, otherwise, will be covered by pollutants and toxins produced in the normal course of…
  • Most Efficient Solar Panels

    22 Jun 2015 | 5:30 am
    In trying to create the most efficient solar panels, pay special attention to the portion of the backsheet of the panels. A backsheet layer is the solar panel which solar cells are arranged. The other side of this backsheet, more precisely in the upper middle area is the junction box. A backsheet are often made of vinyl fluoride or PVF which is similar to PVC, or polyvinyl chloride, the material used in pipes and water pipes. P.V.F. It is commonly used in aircraft interiors and vehicles. DuPont, the US chemical company founded in 1802, created in the 1940s, polyvinyl fluoride polymer (PVF).
  • What Is a Photovoltaic System?

    21 Jun 2015 | 4:05 am
    This is a common question from the uninitiated. A photovoltaic (or PV System) is an installation of solar panels that can be used to provide electricity and if you generate more energy than it needs, can be fed back to the network. Domestic photovoltaic systems have two main options installations. Existing properties tend to opt for a mounting system “roof”, where the panels are sitting slightly above the roof surface. This causes the least disruption of the structure and the tiling of existing coverage. The alternative is a system of “roof” where the panels replace…
  • How to Buy an Ideal Solar Power System for Your Home

    20 Jun 2015 | 4:55 pm
    Concerned about the sudden increase in their electricity bills? You want to get rid of this problem? Why not switch to solar energy and live a tension free life thereafter! As electricity prices are increasing day by day, people began to feel the pain of this abrupt question mounting. Many owners of the world are moving towards a better option and expense, ie, “solar energy”. Installation is no doubt that this type of power system in your home is the best way to use the sun’s energy and cut all electricity bills, but there is a big question that arises here, namely,…
  • Use Solar Energy to Earn a LEED Certification

    20 Jun 2015 | 4:59 am
    LEED certification for buildings or commercial facilities by installing a solar power system is a way to save costs on your bottom while establishing energy independence. As a happy side note, LEED designation and use of solar energy is also a very effective way to generate additional positive PR and word of mouth for your business. If you plan to build a new plant or upgrading of an existing building in the near future, consider adding a solar energy system to reduce or eliminate their dependence on local public services providers. LEED certification reduces operating costs Probably the most…
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    Tech Talk


    6 Jul 2015 | 9:00 pm
    A London-based financial services company is testing emojis, those little smiley faces and other graphics -- as a substitute for passwords. The story is today's TECH TALK. (Magid, self-ID)

    5 Jul 2015 | 9:00 pm
    TECH TALK has advice about bringing phones, tablets and laptops while on vacation. The story is today's TECH TALK. (Magid, self-ID)

    2 Jul 2015 | 9:00 pm
    The popular SnapChat app just got an upgrade making it easier to take photos and videos and easier to add friends. The story is today's TECH TALK. (Magid, self-ID)

    1 Jul 2015 | 9:00 pm
    A California law requiring phones to have a "kill switch" went into effect yesterday (Wednesday) but even new iPhones and Android phones already have the technology and that's cutting down on theft. The story is today's TECH TALK. (Magid, self-ID)

    30 Jun 2015 | 9:00 pm
    TechTalk has been testing Apple Music and loves the fact that you can use your voice to have Siri bring up just about any piece of music. The story is today's TECH TALK. (Magid, self-ID)
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  • Binge Watchers Quick To Abandon Shows After One Bad Experience, More Than Half May Not Return

    Sarah Perez
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:44 am
     Though an undisputed and hugely popular trend when in comes to streaming video consumption, opinions on binge-watching run the gamut from those who lament how the all-you-can-eat model makes series seem like obligations rather than entertainment, to those who have, increasingly, more positive feelings about the activity. That being said, the behaviors and motivations of those who binge-watch… Read More
  • Media Temple Launches Managed Cloud Hosting Solution For AWS

    Frederic Lardinois
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:40 am
     Media Temple, the GoDaddy-owned hosting provider, today announced the launch of its managed cloud hosting solution for AWS. The company will handle the roles of AWS cloud architects and sysadmins for the businesses that want to use this new service. At first glance, that seems like a weird service for a hosting company to offer. Media Temple, after all, offers its own hosting solutions… Read More
  • Meet Lynx, An App For Sharing Links With Friends

    Matthew Lynley
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:36 am
     After running silently for in a public beta for a few weeks, Lynx — an app that builds a stream of links shared between friends — is opening up to the rest of the world. Lynx’s primary purpose is a private sharing channel between friends for sharing links. Rather than showing up as text, the links show up as a stream of small images with text overlaid on them that serve as… Read More
  • Tinder Rolls Out Verified Profiles For Celebrities, Athletes Or Otherwise Famous Folks

    Jordan Crook
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:31 am
     Tinder, the dating app owned by IAC, has just rolled out verified profiles for celebrities and other notable figures. Just as you see on Twitter, verified users will be marked with a little blue check mark by their name. From the Tinder blog: Starting today, you may see a verified symbol on some profiles. Now when notable public figures, celebrities and athletes appear in your… Read More
  • Name Your Price On Shopping App Compelation

    Josh Constine
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:15 am
     Browse products. Name your price. If the merchant accepts your bid, you automatically buy it. This is how Compelation is flipping the concept of ecommerce and giving consumers the power. Normally, a merchant sets a sale price, and a buyer simply accepts or rejects it. That’s fast, but leads to tons of missed opportunities and a fundamental lack of transparency. Compelation wants to make… Read More
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  • DevOps: Finding the key to delivering continuous innovation

    7 Jul 2015 | 8:31 am
    In a brutal market where the difference between profit and loss is just three-tenths of a percentage point, anything less than continuous innovation can put a business in danger, says John Jeremiah, technology evangelist and team lead for HP Software. No business is immune from rapidly changing conditions. Fast wireless and faster fiber ensure that enterprising companies can connect with customers and prospects in the time it takes to load a web page or respond to a tweet. Is your IT infrastructure prepared to engage at that speed? Don't answer too quickly! As Jeremiah puts it,…
  • This kid dancing by the pool captures the ultimate spirit of summer

    Lindsey Robertson
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:20 am
    We only wish we could summon this much enthusiasm for public pools One pool-going kid has risen above the rest of the shimmying masses to bring us the perfect summer dance routine to “Cuban Pete" (which was featured prominently in the movie The Mask, in case you forgot) This kid chicky-chicky-booms all around the pool, engaging in crowd work like he's some sort of Las Vegas entertainer, and capping off his confident performance with a magnificent cartwheel. Oh, and did we mention there was lip-syncing? Basically, we should all endeavor to be like this kid during the summer, and…
  • Teens create #DontJudgeChallenge, immediately judge others

    Neha Prakash
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:20 am
    OK, who keeps letting these people on the Internet? By some form of reverse Darwinism, teens have managed to survive snorting cinnamon, sucking on shot glasses to plump their lips like Kylie Jenner and summoning the devil. See also: Proof that teens were painfully awkward even in the 1960s Now, they have taken up the noble cause of battling insecurity and body shaming — by mocking insecurities and body shaming. Teen logic is the best logic. Teens are posting videos that show them transforming from "ugly" — covered in painted-on acne and unibrows, wearing aluminum…
  • NBA player blames elbow injury on his iPhone 6 Plus

    Raymond Wong
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:15 am
    The iPhone 6 Plus is a huge phone. It pays off in the 5.5-inch screen and the battery that seems to never die, but its large proportions may also cause some physical strain. San Antonio Spurs power forward Matt Bonner says he believes the size of his iPhone 6 Plus contributed to his tennis elbow injury during the 2014-2015 NBA season, he told the Concord Monitor. See also: Nerds decide: Is the iPhone 6 better than the 6 Plus? “When the new iPhone came out it was way bigger than the last one, and I think because I got that new phone it was a strain to use it, you have to stretch further…
  • Facebook's new floating video feature lets you scroll while you watch

    Stan Schroeder
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:55 am
    If Facebook's ever-flowing News Feed does not satiate your thirst for videos of babies and weddings, you'll like the platform's new feature. The site now lets you detach a video from the News Feed and move it anywhere within the browser window, so you can scroll Facebook while watching. The option is accessible via an icon in the lower-right hand portion of a video (accessible on mouse-over while the video plays). When you click the icon, the video becomes movable — though you can't pull it out of the browser window. The feature only works on desktop for the time being, not on…
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  • Senate Intel Committee Wants Facebook, Twitter & YouTube To Report 'Terrorist-Related' Content

    Tim Cushing
    7 Jul 2015 | 9:20 am
    Well, we finally received some surveillance reform with the passage of the USA Freedom Act, which, even with its built-in six-month waiting period is still more surveillance reform than we've seen in the past thirty years. So, of course, the intelligence "community" is seeking to counterbalance its "losses" with gains from the private sector. Self-spying will have to replace government spying, if we're expected to run a secure nation. Social media sites such as Twitter and YouTube would be required to report videos and other content posted by suspected terrorists to federal authorities under…
  • Corruption Watch: State Attorneys General Line Up Behind Jim Hood, Support Power To Attack Enemies Of Big Corporate Donors

    Mike Masnick
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:21 am
    A large group of state Attorney Generals has now stepped into the legal fight between Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood and Google. As we've explained a bunch, Hood went after Google with an investigation and detailed subpoena that was funded and written by the MPAA itself. In response to this, a federal court has already called out Hood's actions, noting that there was "significant evidence of bad faith" on the part of Hood as he attempted to unconstitutionally hold Google responsible for anything bad that its search engine found on the internet. We've written plenty about issues with…
  • Newegg Asks Appeals Court For Help After Waiting Nearly Two Years For East Texas Judge To Actually Rule In Patent Case

    Mike Masnick
    7 Jul 2015 | 6:15 am
    You may recall that back in November of 2013, we wrote about an absolutely insane ruling by a federal jury in East Texas, arguing that e-commerce vendor Newegg infringed on an absolutely laughable patent, held by a patent troll named TQP, which claimed to cover encryption. Newegg immediately promised to appeal the ruling -- so you may be wondering where that appeal is right now. So is Newegg. Yesterday, the company filed a petition for a Writ of Mandamus basically asking the appeals court to tell the district court to do its damn job and issue a final ruling (either on behalf of Newegg, or…
  • Company Sends Bogus Copyright Takedown Over Hacking Team Docs

    Mike Masnick
    7 Jul 2015 | 4:12 am
    We've already written about the hack and leak of the Hacking Team and all its emails and files. There are likely to be tons of stories coming out from that hack over the next few days and weeks as people go through everything. However, it appears that someone is at least making a pretty ridiculous and half-hearted attempt to stuff that genie back in the bottle. Security consultant Mustafa Al-Bassam noted on Twitter that he received a copyright takedown notice for his mirror of the files from a different company, Lexsi. I just got a DMCA complaint from one of Hacking Team's clients…
  • Aadhaar: Soon, In India, Everyone Will Be A Number

    Glyn Moody
    7 Jul 2015 | 1:11 am
    National identification numbers are common enough -- many countries issue their citizens with a unique identifier. But in terms of scale, few can match Aadhaar, India's identity number system. As The Times of India explained a few years back, when the scheme was first announced: Aadhaar is a 12-digit unique number which will be issued by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) to all residents of the country. It's a step towards putting India in the club of more than 50 countries around the world that have some form of national identity cards. These include most of continental…
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    The Register

  • Canuck chump cuffed over helium balloon flying chair stunt

    Team Register
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:32 am
    Wind thwarts cunning Calgary Stampede skydive plan A high-flying Canuck was cuffed over the weekend after overflying the Calgary Stampede in a lawn chair suspended beneath 120 helium-filled balloons.…
  • Sync 'n' sod it: EMC might be shaping up to sell Syncplicity

    Chris Mellor
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:54 am
    Start of big changes for the Enterprise Content Division? EMC is set to sell is Syncplicity file sync'n'share business to a private equity firm, according to a Bloomberg report.…
  • Jolla cuts hardware biz loose to concentrate on Sailfish licensing

    Simon Rockman
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:34 am
    Things will be clearer next week at the Mobile World Congress, hopefully Hardware and software outfit Jolla is to give up making hardware, with that part of the business set to be taken on by a new, yet-to-be-announced company, with Jolla then concentrating on its Sailfish OS.…
  • WATCH IT! Amazon hauled back to court in Special Ops wristjob search ding-dong

    Alexander J Martin
    7 Jul 2015 | 6:53 am
    Appeal beaks say horologists get to make their case A divided panel of appeals judges ruled on Monday that the Sultans of Seattle will have to face trademark infringement action due to "the manner in which the website responded to a shopper's search request" for Multi Time Machine's (MTM) Special Ops watches.…
  • It's the Internet of KIDS: BBC's Micro Bit pocket-puter UNVEILED

    Tim Anderson
    7 Jul 2015 | 6:27 am
    A meeellion devices to be hurled at nation's nippers Blighty's national broadcaster has now announced the full specifications of the micro:bit pocket computer board, saying “up to 1 million devices will be given to every 11 or 12 year old child in year 7 or equivalent across the UK, for free.”…
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    Digital Trends

  • Listen to your heart: Hands Free Tinder uses your heartbeat to find the perfect match

    Robert Nazarian
    7 Jul 2015 | 9:28 am
    Who ever loved who loved not at first sight? A new app called Hands Free Tinder uses your Apple Watch or your Android Wear watch to determine if someone is the perfect match for you. The post Listen to your heart: Hands Free Tinder uses your heartbeat to find the perfect match appeared first on Digital Trends.
  • Check out these pics of Daredevil Season 2 shooting in New York

    Adam Poltrack
    7 Jul 2015 | 9:07 am
    Photographer Shelly Kay snapped the production stills in New York, which show Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox) and Foggy Nelson (Elden Henson) roaming the streets of city that never sleeps. The post Check out these pics of Daredevil Season 2 shooting in New York appeared first on Digital Trends.
  • Watch a side-by-side comparison of Whiplash and the short film that inspired it

    Rick Marshall
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:50 am
    An ambitious YouTube user has created a side-by-side comparison of Damien Chazelle's jazz-fueled, Oscar-nominated film Whiplash and his original short film that served as the foundation for the feature. The post Watch a side-by-side comparison of Whiplash and the short film that inspired it appeared first on Digital Trends.
  • BBC shows off design of new Micro:bit computer for schools

    Jon Martindale
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:41 am
    Back in the '80s, the British Broadcasting Company helped kick-start the U.K.'s gaming development scene with its BBC Micro computer, and now it wants to do the same in the 21st century with the Micro:bit, a credit card-sized system for school children. The post BBC shows off design of new Micro:bit computer for schools appeared first on Digital Trends.
  • LG G4S rumors: A leaked benchmark reveals mid-range specs

    Kyle Wiggers
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:49 am
    Renders of a cheaper, cut-down LG G4 have leaked ahead of a reported July unveiling. The G4S, as it's known, is expected to come in at a lower price point. It probably will reach emerging markets, reports say. The post LG G4S rumors: A leaked benchmark reveals mid-range specs appeared first on Digital Trends.
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  • Ventura Fathers Day 5k/10k Race Report 2015

    18 Jun 2015 | 11:43 pm
    Pre-race game face. The race is run along the beach in Ventura I ran my first 10k race this past weekend at the Fathers Day 5k/10k race in Ventura, CA on Sunday, June 14, 2015. Last year I ran the 5k and had a great day with a 5k PR. I entered this race pretty much at the last minute. The race was on my radar but I’ve been working on re-gearing my workouts and training and the miles have been rolling in an inconsistent way with very short miles on weekdays and only medium long runs on weekends. My approach for the race was to go in and hit a pace that was just past uncomfortable while…
  • XTERRA Malibu Creek 22k Trail Race 2015 Report

    20 May 2015 | 10:37 pm
    After my crash and burn at the Leona Divide 50/50 race I thought I’d take some time to carefully pick the next race. It was between the Born To Run 50k (30 miler) and the XTERRA Malibu Creek 22k which I had run the year before. The BTR race looked like fun but I finally decided to focus on a course I’ve already run and to shoot for a PR on the XTERRA race. You can see some of my training for the race last year here and this is my race report for XTERRA Malibu Creek 2014. Now that I’ve started using to post workouts and track the activity of others I’m able…
  • Leona Divide 50k 2015 Race Report – DNF

    19 Apr 2015 | 8:03 pm
    I ran the Leona Divide 50k race yesterday with about 500 other trail running fanatics. Unfortunately my race ended around mile 21 when I chose to drop. It was a tough race and thoughts and emotions are still swirling but wanted to put things down in writing although I’m sure my thoughts and judgments will change over the next few days and weeks. The Leona Divide 50k was part of long term plan to attempt and finish my first ultra this year. In December I started training for my first attempt, the Sean O’Brien 50k but then I figured I should attempt a trail marathon so I switched…
  • Bandit Ultra Trail Race 2015 – Volunteering and Photos O’ Plenty

    24 Feb 2015 | 8:24 am
    Last year I signed up for the Bandit Ultra Trail Race 30k and the days leading up to the race I got sicker and sicker. The day before the race I thought I could pull it off even though I had massive body aches and felt like death warmed over. I picked up my bib and shirt but by the time I got home I was a wreck and had to DNS the race. This year I went back to the Bandit a week after running the Sean O’ Brien Marathon but went to volunteer. If you were in the race, I was one of the guys along with JK who helped steer 50k, 30k and 15k runners around the first loop then onto the first…
  • Sean O’Brien 50 50 100 Marathon Race Report 2015

    9 Feb 2015 | 8:20 am
    I got a little crazy in December and decided to sign up for my first ultra race. After some training I figured it made more sense to do a trail marathon first so with that I changed my registration from the Sean O’Brien 50K to the Marathon race on February 7, 2015. If you’re not familiar with the Sean O’Brien races, this is the second year for the races, held at Malibu Creek State Park in Agoura Hills. Last year runners could sign up for the Marathon, 50k or the 50 miler. The 50 miler turned into a playground for elite runners seeking to qualify for a coveted Western States…
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  • Start Your Day Off Right with the SAVERS Morning Routine

    Melanie Pinola
    7 Jul 2015 | 9:30 am
    The way you start your morning can make or break the rest of your day . The SAVERS acronymn reminds us of six habits or rituals that can improve our morning routines.Read more...
  • This DIY Wall-Mounted Swing Arm Keeps Your TV or Monitor Off the Bench

    Timothy Dahl on Workshop, shared by Andy Orin to Lifehacker
    7 Jul 2015 | 9:00 am
    Most modern workshops already have tons of tools, and space is at a premium. If you like to keep a computer monitor or TV in your workshop, build this swing-out monitor arm to raise your display away from the dirt and dust on your work table.Read more...
  • I often hear from car consumers who think they have resolved their legal problems on their own but a

    7 Jul 2015 | 8:30 am
    I often hear from car consumers who think they have resolved their legal problems on their own but are stuck on one last detail: The manufacturer or dealer won’t pay up. The problem? If the settlement offer isn’t in writing, it probably isn’t real [Jalopnik ]. Read more...
  • How to Configure Windows 10 to Protect Your Privacy

    Eric Ravenscraft
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:00 am
    When you first get a new Windows computer (or set up an old one), you might be focused on downloading your favorite apps and transferring your files. This is also a good time to configure your machine to protect your privacy.Read more...
  • Take One of These One-Tank Road Trips from 13 Major US Cities

    Kristin Wong
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:30 am
    A road trip can be a decent alternative to an expensive vacation. But gas prices can make your trip surprisingly expensive, depending on how far away your destination city is. Smarter Travel put together a list of road trips from 13 major cities that’ll only cost you one tank of gas.Read more...
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    Gigaom Search

  • Google is testing a new version of Glass, the GG1

    Stowe Boyd
    6 Jul 2015 | 8:20 am
    Google hasn't given up on Google Glass, despite the chorus of naysayers early this year when the company closed down the Google Glass Explorer program (see Google Glass isn’t dead, it’s going…
  • Rebooting Gigaom Research

    Stowe Boyd
    6 Jul 2015 | 7:32 am
    On March 9 2015, Gigaom ceased operations because of the insolvency of Giga Omni, the corporation behind the scenes. As part of that cessation of operations Gigaom Research also closed its doors, and…
  • Structure 2015

    Sara Nieburg
    18 Jun 2015 | 4:00 am
    Meet the innovators and thinkers who are building infrastructure for the next decade. Join us for Structure 2015 to hear the biggest names in cloud make predictions and forecasts about our future.
  • Acquired by Knowingly Corp

    26 May 2015 | 9:39 am
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: MAY 22, 2015 Press Contact: Alessandra Wike Knowingly Corp, an Austin-based Internet startup, announced today that it has acquired a portion of the assets of Gigaom. These…
  • Beyond Batch Hadoop: Operational and Real-Time

    Andrew Brust
    2 Apr 2015 | 10:00 am
    Buyers and practitioners in the data market have faced a gut-wrenching choice: work with big data and tolerate the latency of batch-mode processing, or work interactively with relatively small data sets…
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  • Leaked Images Show Off What Might Be Samsung's Galaxy Note 5

    Darren Orf
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:15 am
    Samsung’s Galaxy S and Galaxy Note smartphones have always been two peas in a pod, always mimicking each others’s design and/or software. And if these leaked schematics are any indication of what to expect from Samsung this September, it looks like the tradition will continue.Read more...
  • iOS 9 Preview: Well This Was Long-Overdue 

    Chris Mills
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:00 am
    This year’s update to Apple’s mobile operating system isn’t a blockbuster release full of controversial design; in fact, the biggest iOS update of the year, Apple Music, is already out . But that doesn’t mean you should write iOS 9 off just yet. Read more...
  • How to Transform the Look of Your Gmail

    David Nield on Field Guide, shared by Meg Neal to Gizmodo
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:10 am
    Unless you’re the rare breed that uses Outlook , or have switched to Inbox , you’re no doubt familiar with the look of Gmail’s web interface. Now, through Gmail’s settings, themes and some selected add-ons, you can easily transform that look to better suit your tastes.Read more...
  • So, Who's Winning the Game of Thrones?

    Max Read on Morning After, shared by Meg Neal to Gizmodo
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:03 am
    We know that in the game of thrones, you win or you die. And we know who’s dead. So...who’s winning? We’ve put together a comprehensive video tracking all five seasons of HBO’s grimly set jawline spectacular Game of Thrones, so that you can quickly and easily know who’s winning, and who’s dying.Read more...
  • Narcotics and Medicines Look Beautiful Under a Microscope

    Attila Nagy
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:00 am
    These stunning macro photos–micrographs–captured by Dutch photographer Maurice Mikkers are going to show you a whole new world, which still seems familiar on many levels. Read more...
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  • Withings' fitness watches automatically track your swimming

    Jon Fingas
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:19 am
    Most activity trackers and smartwatches won't monitor your swimming, and those that do usually require that you kick in a swimming mode before you dive in. Withings doesn't think you should have to switch things up just because you've left dry land, ...
  • Engadget giveaway: win a smart home starter kit courtesy of Wink!

    Jon Turi
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:00 am
    The changeover to smart homes seems inevitable, but you do have to make a reasonable investment in networked gear or you'll be stuck building a smart(ish) home one lonely, Bluetooth item at a time. This week, though, one lucky Engadget reader is goin...
  • Sony's Shuhei Yoshida reacts to the 'Nintendo PlayStation'

    Richard Lai
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:46 am
    Not long after our last intimate chat with Shuhei Yoshida, the President of Sony Computer Entertainment's Worldwide Studios at E3, a Redditor managed to dig up a prototype of the never-released "Nintendo PlayStation" that eventually led to the birth ...
  • I won't be playing 'Halo 5: Guardians' and here's why

    Philip Palermo
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:30 am
    In the early 2000s, four-player, split-screen Halo was a revelation for my then-girlfriend Jenn (who would later become my wife), her two sisters and me. It was amazing, frantic, swear-filled fun. Controllers were thrown; tempers flared. But that's a...
  • A visual tour of the Pokémon Research Lab

    Mat Smith
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:00 am
    There's no better way to inspire children into a career in animal taxonomy and species classification than Pokémon. Possibly. A temporary Pokémon Lab in Japan is opening its doors to wannabe researchers (and their parents), offering them a Poké ball ...
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    Tech News Headlines - Yahoo News

  • Security experts warn against encryption 'backdoors'

    7 Jul 2015 | 8:38 am
    A group of computer code experts said Tuesday that law enforcement cannot be given special access to encrypted communications without opening the door to "malicious" actors. A research report published by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology challenges claims from US and British authorities that such access is the policy response needed to fight crime and terrorism. Providing this kind of access "will open doors through which criminals and malicious nation-states can attack the very individuals law enforcement seeks to defend," said the report by 13 scientists.
  • Google's self-driving cars set a course for Austin, Texas

    7 Jul 2015 | 8:22 am
    Google had previously said that it would be conducting more experiments with its self-driving cars beyond the confines of its home turf in the Valley, and now it's happening: the company announced on Google+ this morning that there's already a self-driving Lexus RX (likely similar to the one pictured above) ambling around "a few square miles north and northeast" of the city's downtown. Back in California, Google has started testing its own cars on public roads — but at least for now, it appears that the focus in Texas will be on the older Lexus prototypes. Sampling…
  • These are the first 500 companies allowed to fly drones over the US

    7 Jul 2015 | 7:51 am
    Until recently it was extremely difficult to fly a drone for commercial purposes in the US, at least legally. At the start of 2015 just a dozen companies had been granted special exemptions by the FAA to fly, and most of those were for filming on a closed set. Over 500 FAA exemptions to fly drones were handed out to farmers, railroads, security services, and medical facilities.
  • HP's Veghte to succeed Dave Goldberg as SurveyMonkey CEO

    7 Jul 2015 | 7:41 am
    (Reuters) - Online polling company SurveyMonkey said it appointed Bill Veghte chief executive, succeeding Dave Goldberg who died in an accident in May. Veghte, who is currently executive vice president of Hewlett-Packard Co's enterprise group, will join the company on Aug. 3, SurveyMonkey said in a statement. Former CEO Goldberg, who was married to Facebook Inc Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg, died in a treadmill accident while vacationing with his wife in Mexico. Veghte will join Sandberg on SurveyMonkey's board. The company is valued at $2 billion. ...
  • What you need to know about Bitcoin

    7 Jul 2015 | 7:38 am
    Will bitcoin make me rich? That was my first question about Bitcoin when I heard the term years ago. I didn't know a thing about cryptocurrency, or why or how a bitcoin might be used, but it sounded like an internet gold rush. I never invested in bitcoin, and that may have been the right decision. But sometimes I think of the life that could have been.
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    TechCrunch » Gadgets

  • The Micro:bit Is Shaping Up To Be The Perfect Programming Device For Kids

    Matt Burns
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:09 am
     The BBC is set to continue its history in educational computing with the Micro:bit. First displayed in March, the broadcaster just revealed the final design and programming environment of the tiny programmable board, which includes new sensors and abilities not previously displayed. The tiny device lacks the processing power of the Raspberry Pi and Arduino’s extensive ecosystem, but… Read More
  • Doppler Labs Lands $17 Million In Series B

    Jordan Crook
    7 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
     Doppler Labs, the same team that brought you the Dubs mechanical ear plug and the Here Active Listening system, is today announcing the close of a $17 million Series B funding round, led by The Chernin Group, Wildcat Capital Management and Acequia Capital. Live Nation Entertainment, Universal Music Group and WME also participated in the round. Doppler Labs was first founded by Noah Kraft and… Read More
  • thethings.iO Pulls In $270k To Expand Its IoT Platform

    Natasha Lomas
    7 Jul 2015 | 4:21 am
     Barcelona-based Internet of Things startup thethings.iO has bagged a €250,000 round of business angel funding to build out its backend platform for IoT. Read More
  • China’s Mobile Engine Is Slowing, Says Gartner

    Natasha Lomas
    7 Jul 2015 | 1:51 am
     Winter might well be coming for (more) smartphone makers as the sales engine of China shows signs of saturation and slowing growth, according to analyst Gartner. Read More
  • Scientists Turn To Seahorses For Nearly Unbreakable Limbs

    John Biggs
    6 Jul 2015 | 7:35 pm
     Researchers at Clemson University have created a new sort of robotic design based on the long, curled tail of the seahorse. The seahorse is unique because it consists of “square prisms surrounded by bony plates that are connected by joints.” Other animal tails are cylindrical and therefore easily crushed. The researchers write: Researchers found that the square prototype was… Read More
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  • Showtime Streaming Goes Live On Apple TV

    Adnan Farooqui
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:45 am
     The age of internet TV streaming is upon us and the race to capture cord cutters is well and truly on. There are multiple online TV streaming services already while cable giants are launching their own solutions in an already crowded market. Showtime recently announced that it will offer the channel over the internet without requiring a conventional cable subscription and the option to pay for it month to month, the Showtime streaming service has now gone live on the Apple TV.The Showtime iOS app has also arrived which doesn’t require a cable login, this means that users on…
  • Republic Wireless Will Refund Users For Unused Data

    Adnan Farooqui
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:39 am
    Republic Wireless has announced a new program through which it’s going to refund users for unused data allocation. Users have the option to set a 4G LTE data allowance to their plan and Republic will then refund them for any unused data after the billing cycle is up. It first started testing this program back in April and now the carrier is rolling this out for all of its users.For $10 per month Republic Wireless users get unlimited talk and text as well as unlimited Wi-Fi data. For an additional $7.50 per month they can get 500MB of mobile data, higher tiers are available for as much…
  • LG Hooks Up The G4 To A Drone For Latest Promo

    Adnan Farooqui
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:33 am
    It has only been a couple of months since LG released the G4, it’s 2015 flagship, and the company wants to remind you that it’s still in the running for your hard earned money. The handset is up against the likes of Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge so it’s not all smooth sailing for the G4, but the handset did find plenty of clear skies when LG hooked it up to a drone to show off the handset’s camera and optical image stabilization feature in a new promo.LG has traditionally focused on camera much more than its rivals which is why many believe that its flagships tend to…
  • Star Trek Communicator For Your Smartphone Is Just Perfect

    Adnan Farooqui
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:13 am
    Star Trek fans will immediately recognize the iconic sci-fi show’s Communicator which has up till now only been a prop on a TV show, but it’s going to serve a real purpose very soon. It has been confirmed that the Star Trek Communicator will be released as a Bluetooth accessory so you’ll be able to use it with your Bluetooth enabled smartphone. It has been manufactured by The Wand Company and will make its first debut at the San Diego Comic-Con later this week.The Star Trek Communicator for your smartphone is also filled with authentic sounds from the Star Trek series as…
  • Queens Center Apple Store Opens This Saturday

    Adnan Farooqui
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:03 am
    Apple is opening its first ever brick and mortar store in the borough of Queens in New York so it’s certainly a big deal, the company has announced that the grand opening of the Queens Center Apple Store is going to take place this Saturday. Doors will open at 10 am on Saturday and we can be sure that a steady stream of people will then head inside to see Apple’s first store in Queens.Apple’s new store in Queens Center is expected to bring in a large number of people, like many Apple Stores do, it also helps that the shopping center is known for its heavy foot…
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  • Why attempt home automation yourself when you can have a pro do it for you? (Post sponsored by URC)

    Joe Paone
    1 Jul 2015 | 6:47 am
    We know the standard answer to the question in the headline: Because it’s cheaper. But is it really? Now, if you’re an endless tinkerer and do-it-yourselfer, more power to you. If you like to fix your own plumbing and electrical, do your own landscaping, install your own cabinetry, pave your own driveway, or do your own taxes, we respect and appreciate that. Heck, you can buy a titanium replacement hip online if you’d like to install one yourself. The question is, should you? While DIYing can seem to sometimes save money up front and be a satisfying endeavor, the fact remains that…
  • TechnologyTell Review: Phiaton MS 100 BA earphones

    Stanley Goodner
    30 Jun 2015 | 2:23 pm
    When it comes to wearable personal audio, I tend to prefer on- and over-ear headphones. Not so much earphones, even though I’ve experienced some really great products for sound and/or features. For me, in-ear devices are all about the comfort and how well they can hold up to my binge-listening on a daily basis. If it’s not comfortable, you’re not very likely to wear it all the time, right? Now I’m a fan of Phiaton’s products for both looks and performance. But nothing prepared me for the level of comfort with one of their latest earphones. Design & Connectivity At first glance,…
  • One-branded HTC ‘Aero’ tipped for early November ‘intermediate’ launch

    Adrian Diaconescu
    30 Jun 2015 | 2:23 pm
    Ready for more high-end HTC handheld confusion and probably still no chance to challenge Samsung or even LG flagships? Rumor has it no radically redesigned One M9 sequel is in the pipeline by the year’s end, with the M9+ instead headed for Europe before September and a mystery “intermediate” Aero “tipped for release by Sprint, among… Continue reading One-branded HTC ‘Aero’ tipped for early November ‘intermediate’ launch Related posts: HTC says to expect new ‘hero product’ in October, redesigned 2016 flagship HTC One M9+ reportedly headed for EU in…
  • Forget Touch ID, the OnePlus 2 fingerprint sensor is purportedly ‘done right’

    Adrian Diaconescu
    30 Jun 2015 | 2:22 pm
    Apparently not one to “hop on the me too bandwagon” with immature, gimmicky technologies, OnePlus waited for mobile fingerprint recognition to evolve and fully bloom before it could be fitted on the “impressive, thoughtful and versatile” 2. That’s right, ladies and gents, the OnePlus 2 hype train is chugging along, with stops at mouth-watering stations like stable Snapdragon 810,… Continue reading Forget Touch ID, the OnePlus 2 fingerprint sensor is purportedly ‘done right’ Related posts: OnePlus One sequel pushed back to Q3, numeric branding predicted OnePlus targets…
  • What Helsinki Can Teach America about the Internet

    Daniel Faris
    30 Jun 2015 | 2:22 pm
    In 1998, famed and revered economist Paul Krugman penned the following words: “By 2005 or so, it will become clear that the Internet’s impact on the economy has been no greater than the fax machine’s.” As a standalone quote, it’s somewhat out of context; Krugman was asked to write a piece from the perspective of someone writing in 2098. Still, Krugman predicted that folks in the future might not think too much—if anything—of the Internet. Most people would probably agree he was completely wrong on this particular account. Fast-forward to 2015, and it’s quite apparent that the…
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  • GoPro Whittles Down Hero4 Action Cam

    John P. Mello Jr.
    6 Jul 2015 | 3:34 pm
    GoPro's latest action cam features something the company's fans haven't seen for eight years: a product redesign. The company on Monday announced the Hero4 Session, a 1-inch cube video camera that weighs just 2.6 ounces -- less than half the heft of an iPhone. Unlike previous GoPro models, you won't need a case to protect it from getting wet. It's designed to withstand a soaking in up to 10 meters of water. However, while the camera is light in weight, it's also light on features -- and a heavy on price.
  • Musk Donates $10 Million to Keep AI From Going Rogue

    Peter Suciu
    6 Jul 2015 | 12:32 pm
    The Future of Life Institute on Monday announced 37 winners of grant funding provided by Elon Musk and the Open Philanthropy Project. Musk contributed $10 million toward the effort. A total of $7 million will be awarded to fund the research teams for up to three years, with many of the projects beginning in September. Another $4 million is available to support research grants for areas that emerge as most promising. The teams will focus on the common goal of keeping artificial intelligence beneficial to humanity.
  • Rick Perry and the Texas vs. California Tech War

    Rob Enderle
    6 Jul 2015 | 10:51 am
    A couple of weeks ago, I was waiting to do a CNBC slot on the Apple Watch in Asia -- the entire smartwatch class is having a lot of issues -- and I ran into Rick Perry, former governor of Texas, as he was coming out of the studio I was about to enter. For some reason, I thought he was going to be a typical entitled stuck-up jerk, like a lot of folks in his position are, but he wasn't. We started chatting about technology and jobs, and how he'd been focused as governor on getting tech companies to move to Texas from California.
  • Microsoft Anchors Minecraft Strategy to Education

    Quinten Plummer
    5 Jul 2015 | 5:00 am
    Microsoft wants to find ways to assist the pioneering teachers who have taught pupils through the sandbox construction game Minecraft. The company earlier this week launched its Minecraft in Education initiative to turn the pioneers into pillars. There was puzzlement over Microsoft's end game last September, when it purchased Mojang, the studio behind the multiplatform hit, in a $2.5 billion bet. Many thought Minecraft was at or near its peak. It turns out Microsoft has some novel plans for the game.
  • The Tour de France's Tech Transformation

    Peter Suciu
    3 Jul 2015 | 7:00 am
    The 102nd running of the longest sporting event in the world, the Tour de France, begins Saturday. The race first took place in 1903, and it has continued every year since, except during WWI and WWII. In the 112 years since that first race, the technology utilized by the riders has changed dramatically. Today, the racers ride bikes with frames made of advanced carbon fiber. They have a total of 22 gears to help climb mountains and sprint to the finish line, and they can communicate with their team managers over race radios.
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  • Stepto Rising

    Bill Brenner
    15 Jun 2015 | 5:05 am
    Like many of you, I was shocked last week to hear that Stephen “Jamie” Toulouse (@Stepto) had fallen into a deep coma. Family members took to social media to say that his prognosis wasn’t looking good; that he wasn’t expected to survive. But thanks to excellent medical care, prayer and what is surely a strong will to live, Stepto — director of hacker success at HackerOne — seems to have made it through the storm. Saturday, his family posted an update saying he was awake and breathing without help from a tube. “Although he is very weak, he has been…
  • The Way Forward for Chris Roberts, One World Labs

    Bill Brenner
    18 May 2015 | 4:42 am
    The plight of One World Labs Founder Chris Roberts has been picked to death on social media this past week. There’s all the trouble he’s in with the FBI for his airplane-hacking claims. There’s the hit to his company, which had to let a lot of good security talent go last week. Some shake their heads in disbelief because he apparently spoke to the FBI about his activities without a lawyer present. Others saw this saga as an example of hackers shooting off their mouths without the scruples to back it up. Me? I’m looking at this and seeing a way forward for Chris…
  • “Equal Respect” at ‪#‎RSAC

    Bill Brenner
    21 Apr 2015 | 9:06 am
    Some folks in the security industry see me as a member of the “Equal Respect” movement against so-called booth babes at conferences. Not exactly. I certainly respect the opinion of people attached to the cause, and good for them, fighting for what they believe in. But for me, this has never been about equal respect among the genders. It’s never been about whether women who work as booth babes are being exploited sexually. For me, it’s been about holding vendors’ feet to the fire and making them work harder to build an exhibit off the strength of the products. To…
  • In the end, @Sidragon1’s Tweet was the problem

    Bill Brenner
    21 Apr 2015 | 6:24 am
    At RSA Conference 2015 here in San Francisco, there’s a lot of discussion about weaknesses to the electrical and wifi systems aboard airplanes. The discussion often turns to the case of hacker Chris Roberts (@Sidragon1 on Twitter). There’s been a lot of strong reaction to news of Roberts being pulled from a plane for jokingly tweeting that he might mess around with the plane’s electronic systems. There’s a lot of overreaction to this story. The TSA and feds certainly overreacted. But those who hold Roberts up as a victim of government oppression are overreacting, too.
  • Videos from #BSidesSF

    Bill Brenner
    21 Apr 2015 | 5:49 am
    If you missed BSidesSF, you now have a chance to see everything that happened there, thanks to the efforts of @irongeek_adc. He has already posted a full plate of videos from BSidesSF. Go to his website for the full index of videos, which capture the presentations given over the last two days. Our thanks to @irongeek_adc for all the great work. The post Videos from #BSidesSF appeared first on Liquidmatrix Security Digest.
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  • GoPro HERO4 Session set to launch on July 12 for USD 399

    6 Jul 2015 | 6:14 am
    GoPro is set to launch its newest action camera, the Go […] You might also like: Sony Intros Action Cam HDR-AS100V and Action Cam HDR-AS30V SONY Philippines today intros all new Action Cam wearab […]... WeChat partners with ZALORA and Lazada One of the leading social mobile apps in the country,... Smart Bro Offers Samsung ‘Selfie’ Camera under Smart Bro Gadget Plus Plan If you’re fond of taking selfies then this one’s for...
  • 15-inch Lenovo Z51 laptop now official

    5 Jul 2015 | 9:52 am
    Along with the two new Yoga laptops, Lenovo also unveil […] You might also like: Buy a VAIO but pay for it next year PC manufacturers really wants you to buy your dream mac... Lenovo ThinkPad Edge 13 Review I was amazed to see a Lenovo ThinkPad with a... Lenovo intros IdeaPad U260, the world’s first 12.5-inch laptop There’s not a lot of 12-inch laptops around but if...
  • Lenovo officially debuts Yoga 300 and Yoga 500 laptops in PH

    5 Jul 2015 | 8:21 am
    Lenovo officially introduced a new array of laptops in […] You might also like: Buy a VAIO but pay for it next year PC manufacturers really wants you to buy your dream mac... Lenovo ThinkPad Edge 13 Review I was amazed to see a Lenovo ThinkPad with a... Lenovo’s IdeaPad Z360 and Z460 gets a refresh The Lenovo IdeaPad Z-series is geared towards consumers […]...
  • Huawei P8 and P8 Lite arrives in PH, starts at P9,990

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    Huawei’s line of new flagship smartphones — […] You might also like: Huawei E5 is the better portable 3G / WiFi router I predict that pocket WiFi routers will be selling like... Huawei P8 announced! 5.2-inch Full HD IPS display, 64-bit Octa-core smartphone with 3GB RAM Chinese tech manufacturer Huawei’s next flagship […]... Entry-level Huawei Y3 and Y5 officially debut this week Huawei Philippines shared online the news regarding the […]...
  • Cherry Mobile Touch 3G spotted at a sub-Php3k price

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  • 8 Reasons why #Sense8 is your new favourite TV show

    Becca Caddy
    7 Jul 2015 | 4:00 am
    Sense8 is a new Netflix TV show that's really left critics and viewers divided. From what we can tell so far it's a real Marmite show - you either love it's fantasy ridiculousness and heartfelt performances or you, well, you really don't. We're in the LOVE IT camp here at ShinyShiny, so we've collected together our 8 reasons why it could be your favourite show of the summer. The post 8 Reasons why #Sense8 is your new favourite TV show appeared first on ShinyShiny.
  • 10 Brilliant dog vines from our favourite furry friends

    Becca Caddy
    6 Jul 2015 | 3:00 am
    There are so many amazing clips on Vine (Twitter's super short, looping video app), but today we've decided to bring you a couple of favourites from man's best friend(s). The post 10 Brilliant dog vines from our favourite furry friends appeared first on ShinyShiny.
  • Top 5 Women’s swimming goggles for the pool and sea: including Zoggs Predator Flex Mirror and Aquasphere Vista

    Chris Price
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:12 am
    It's summer time which means its time to invest in a new cozzie and, if you are serious about swimming, a pair of decent goggles. Chris Price looks at five designs for women which are definitely worth checking out. The post Top 5 Women’s swimming goggles for the pool and sea: including Zoggs Predator Flex Mirror and Aquasphere Vista appeared first on ShinyShiny.
  • 5 own goals from the men which are worse than Laura Bassett’s for England’s Women’s team

    Chris Price
    2 Jul 2015 | 6:40 am
    If it's any comfort to Laura Bassett (and let's face it, it probably won't be) there have been worse howlers in the men's game than the one last night v Japan. Here's our pick of the best...or the worst, depending on how you look at it. The post 5 own goals from the men which are worse than Laura Bassett’s for England’s Women’s team appeared first on ShinyShiny.
  • 5 own goals from the men which are worse than Laura Bassett for England’s women’s team

    Chris Price
    2 Jul 2015 | 6:40 am
    Well it makes a change from going out on penalties I suppose. But Laura Bassett’s injury time own goal which saw Japan take the lead and a semi final place in the Women’s World Cup final was certainly a scorcher – just a shame it was at the wrong end. But if it’s any comfort […] The post 5 own goals from the men which are worse than Laura Bassett for England’s women’s team appeared first on ShinyShiny.
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  • BBC micro:bit computer – free to every year 7 child in UK from October

    Chris Price
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:09 am
    The BBC has unveiled the micro:bit, a pocket-sized codeable computer (pictured above) with built-in motion detection, compass and Bluetooth technology, which is to be given free to every child in year 7 or equivalent across the UK from October. That’s approximately 1 million units. A collaboration between 29 partners, including Lancaster University,  Barclays, Samsung and The Wellcome Trust, the micro:bit is the BBC’s most ambitious education initiative since the 1980s when the BBC Micro introduced many children, including myself, to computing for the first time. The technical…
  • EE unveils the first sub-£50 smart phone, the Rook. That’s over 10 times cheaper than an iPhone 6

    Chris Price
    7 Jul 2015 | 6:42 am
    Remember when smart phones were luxury items that people aspired to maybe own one day. Well those days are well and truly gone and suddenly £500 plus for an iPhone seems ridiculously expensive indeed. OK the £49.99 Rook from EE lacks the sex appeal of an iPhone 6 perhaps. But given it’s less than 10 per cent of the price of an entry level iPhone 6 (£539 SIM free) I’d say it’s pretty darned good value. As you would expect for this sub-£50 price tag, the Rook isn’t exactly stuffed to the gills with fancy features – just a basic 4.0-inch WVGA display with a…
  • Carphone Warehouse poll shows we are selfie obsessed – 14.5 million selfies a day

    Chris Price
    2 Jul 2015 | 3:24 am
    Well we probably didn’t need a survey to tell us. But anyway there was one and of course it showed us we are indeed a selfie obsessed nation. According to the research, commissioned by Carphone Warehouse, 14.5 million selfies are now taken every day in the UK, with 4.3 million being shared via social media. One in four (24%) of those shots is captured at work and a third are digitally enhanced in a bid for , er, ‘self  improvement’ (seems it’s not just celebs and magazines who indulge in a bit of Photoshop). Most popular place for a selfie is not surprisingly on holiday,…
  • Could this Kingii wearable help to prevent drowning? Indiegogo campaign raises $400K in 2 days

    Chris Price
    1 Jul 2015 | 2:55 am
    It doesn’t seem you can go a day without some new wearable asking for money on crowdfunding websites like Kickstarter or Indiegogo. But here’s one that promises to be more useful than most – in fact so useful it might actually save your life one day. Called Kingii, it’s a device that claims to help prevent drowning. Although the number of deaths from drowning in the UK is falling (just under 400 last year according to the latest stats from Rospa), worldwide drowning still kills 372,000 according to the World Health Organisation. And obviously during the summer time…
  • Boris Johnson unveils all new electric doubledecker for London

    Chris Price
    29 Jun 2015 | 10:11 pm
    The first fully electric London doubledecker is set to enter service in October. Until now the battery technology has rendered electric double deckers too heavy and expensive. But TfL(Transport for London) believes the latest development will rapidly improve emissions and air transport authorities try to reduce the capital’s air pollution levels. Built in China, the new all electric double decker will  run on route 16, which operates between Cricklewood, north-west London, and Victoria station. In addition, the 312 route from Norwood to South Croydon, will become the…
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  • 3DR Solo Drone with GoPro control features

    Andru Edwards
    23 Jun 2015 | 10:26 am
    It’s no argument that one of the biggest gadget sensations right now. That’s understandable, what with the cool-factor combination of flying a radio-controlled craft and the ability to record footage from places you’d never be able to take your DSLR. Be it for casual fun or business purposes, they’re fun toys (or tools, depending on how you look at it.) Just be sure to be aware of your local laws regarding the flying of drones. Continue reading 3DR Solo Drone with GoPro control features Tags: 3dr, 3dr solo, best buy, cameras, drone, drones, gopro, 3DR Solo Drone with…
  • LG G4 hands-on first impressions

    Andru Edwards
    11 Jun 2015 | 9:30 am
    When looking at the overall landscape of smartphones in the US, most casual conversation is dominated by talk of Apple’s iPhone and Samsung’s Galaxy S—currently that means the iPhone 6 and the Galaxy S6. The thing is, though, that there are other great phones out there that deserve to be a part of the conversation. Last year, my favorite Android phone was the LG G3, and I’ve been looking forward to getting my hands on the successor ever since LG announced it. As most know, I’m one of the rare people who owns multiple smartphones. I didn’t need the LG G4,…
  • Where to see an exclusive Jurassic World 4K Ultra HD clip

    Andru Edwards
    4 Jun 2015 | 8:38 am
    When Jurassic Park was originally released back when I was a kid, I thought it was one of the best movies I had ever seen (in fact, it probably was, given my young age!) Seeing dinosaurs look so realistic was something you had to see, and the only way to truly experience the scope of the movie and the details in the CGI was to see it in a movie theater. Now, here we are some 22 years later, and fourth movie in the series, Jurassic World, is set to be released in a week-and-a-half. Television technology has evolved to the point where the home viewing of today rivals the cinema experience of…
  • Best Buy in-store events offering first-hand look at 4K Ultra HD

    Andru Edwards
    30 May 2015 | 10:17 pm
    Television manufacturers like Samsung, LG, Sony, and Vizio are betting big on 2015 being a breakout year for Ultra HD 4K televisions. If you’re unfamiliar, 4K TVs deliver video content at 2160p. That’s 3840×2160 pixels, which means it’s hitting you with 4x the resolution of the 1080p (1920x1080 pixels) set you’re likely already used to. Streaming services like Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, and YouTube are already pumping out 4K content, with more to come. It all may sound great, but it’s really something you need to see for yourself to…
  • Watch OS 1.0.1 update now available for Apple Watch

    Andru Edwards
    19 May 2015 | 10:40 am
    Apple has just released the first software update for the Apple Watch. You can upgrade to Watch OS 1.0.1 by going through the Apple Watch app on your iPhone. To update: Launch the Apple Watch app Go into General Select Software Update Tap Download and Install Aside from general performance improvements and bug fixes, Watch OS 1.0.1 brings improved performance for: Siri Measuring stand activity Calculating calories for indoor cycling and rowing workouts Distance and pace during outdoor walk and run workouts Accessibility Third-party apps Display support for new diverse emoji characters…
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  • iOS 9 and the Information Ecosystem

    Kyle Baxter
    25 Jun 2015 | 11:00 am
    Earlier this month, Apple introduced iOS 9 with new search and Siri features. In iOS 9, users will be able to search for both specific activities and content that is contained in iOS applications. What this means is that users should be able to search for “sunburn” to find information on how to treat sunburns that is provided by iOS medical applications, and tapping the item will immediately launch it in the application. Additionally, these features will allow users to reference whatever they are looking at in a reminder they create through Siri. That is, when looking at an Amazon…
  • Shouting Fire in a Theater

    Kyle Baxter
    7 Jan 2015 | 7:48 pm
    Today is an excellent day to re-read Ken White’s excellent overview of the Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr’s oft-referenced “shouting fire in a theater” quote: Holmes’ quote is the most famous and pervasive lazy cheat in American dialogue about free speech.
  • Elon Musk May Unveil Mars Colony Plans This Year

    Kyle Baxter
    7 Jan 2015 | 7:34 pm
    During a Reddit AMA earlier this week, Elon Musk said he hopes to announce his Mars transport system plans. As you’d expect, I’m incredibly excited about this. We are still obviously a long ways away from the first manned mission to Mars, but there is finally substantive work being done to get us there. Of course, NASA announced late last year that the Orion space capsule is a part of their plan toward a manned mission to Mars, which is terribly exciting. Humans conducting experiments on Mars and exploring the planet is something I hope to see before I die. But Musk and SpaceX, I…
  • ‡ A Jovian Dream

    Kyle Baxter
    1 Oct 2014 | 10:41 am
    Jupiter beckons in the distance, a small light, the greatest planet of all I stare through the window, timeless, as the light slowly grows larger I wonder what it will be like to see it with my own eyes Swirls of orange and red and brown, a globe so large I can’t comprehend The Jovian moons circling around the greatest planet of all, enraptured, Captured It is growing larger through the window Through the window that separates me from the void, Separates warmth and air and life from emptiness and death This is what we have constructed To ferry us across the great emptiness of space It…
  • Hong Kong’s Challenge to China

    Kyle Baxter
    29 Sep 2014 | 6:02 pm
    After China placed limitations on candidates for Hong Kong’s city leader, Hong Kong erupted in protest. This, of course, presents a large challenge to Xi Jinping and the PRC. Edward Wong and Chris Buckley write for the Times: China’s Communist Party has ample experience extinguishing unrest. For years it has used a deft mix of censorship, arrests, armed force and, increasingly, money, to repress or soften calls for political change. But as he faces massive street demonstrations in Hong Kong pressing for more democracy in the territory, the toolbox of President Xi Jinping of China…
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  • LGD plans to produce over 12 million UHD OLED TVs in 2020

    Ron Mertens
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:13 am
    ETNews posted the following chart, showing what seems to be LG Display's own forecasts for UHD (4K) OLED TV production from 2014 to 2020. These are just 4K OLED TVs - LGD still produces Full-HD OLEDs as well (for example in 2015, LGD plans to produce 86,000 FHD TVs, bringing the total number of OLED TV produced to 600,000).According to the OLED Association LG indeed managed to increase production yields of 4K OLEDs. The company is now conducting extensive R&D in inkjet printing of OLEDs as this seems to be a promising route towards greater material efficiency and faster production Read…
  • CSoT's 6-Gen Wuhan LTPS fab to start mass production in Q1 2017

    Ron Mertens
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:05 am
    In 2014, CSoT (a subsidiary of TCL) announced plans to establish a 6-Gen LTPS fab in Wuhan, China, in a $2.6 billion investment. New reports suggest that the company is actually ahead of schedule, and now estimates that mass production will begin in Q1 2017. The plan is to make both small and medium sized displays - LCDs and OLEDs.The new production line will have a capacity of 30,000 monthly substrates - it's not clear what will be the ratio between high-end LCDs and OLEDs. Read more about CSoT's 6-Gen Wuhan LTPS fab to start mass production in Q1 2017
  • Henkel leads the new financing round of OLED encapsulation developer Vitriflex

    Ron Mertens
    7 Jul 2015 | 6:30 am
    In 2014, Henkel signed a joint-development agreement with Vitriflex, a US start-up that has developed a patented cost-efficient process for high-volume flexible encapsulation film production. Today Henkel announced that it lead a new financing round in Vitriflex, "reaffirming Henkel's coommitment to next-gen display technologies".Henkel says that since 2014 the company made "profound progress" toward an integrated barrier film product that delivers good adhesion to multiple substrates. This latest round will enable Vitriflex to continue development and "move towards" high volume manufacturing…
  • Samsung Q2 earnings lower then expected, probably due to weak GS6 sales

    Ron Mertens
    7 Jul 2015 | 5:45 am
    Up until now analysts estimated that Samsung's GS6 and GS6 Edge have been very successful, but today Samsung announced that Q2 earnings will be lower than expected - and this was probably due to lower than expected smartphone shipments.Samsung already said that they could not keep up with the demand to the GS6 Edge - as more people wanted the curved-OLED variant over the regularly shaped GS6. It seems that this lead to lower than expected GS6 sales. Samsung increased their flexible OLED capacity and will now be able to meet demand - but it may be too late financially as Apple is set to…
  • DisplaySearch: 35,200 OLED TVs were sold in Q1 2015, 90% by LG Electronics

    Ron Mertens
    7 Jul 2015 | 5:30 am
    DisplaySearch estimates that 35,200 OLED TVs were sold, globally, in the first quarter of 2015. This is a seven-fold increase from Q1 2014 (4,600 units). DisplaySearch says that the OLED TV market will grow from around 400,000 in 2015 to 7 million in 2019.The current 35,200 estimate is actually lower than DisplaySearch's previous estimate of over 53,000 OLED TVs in the quarter. LG themselves aim to produce around 600,000 OLED TVs in 2015.Read more about DisplaySearch: 35,200 OLED TVs were sold in Q1 2015, 90% by LG Electronics
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  • Avalanche Technology starts to sample 32/64 Mbit STT-MRAM chips

    3 Jul 2015 | 7:04 am
    STT-MRAM developer Avalanche Technology announced that it began to sample STT-MRAM chips. Avalanche's proprietary perpendicular magnetic tunnel junction (pMTJ) cells are manufactured in a high volume, low cost, standard CMOS 300mm process. Those first sample chips are 32Mbit and 64Mbit in size, and offer an industry-standard SPI interface built on a 55nm-node foundry process. Avalanche is also offering its STT-MRAM technology (which they brand as AvRAM) under license as embedded memory for integrated SOC designs. Avalanche reported several new key patents awarded since the beginning of 2014.
  • Crocus raised $21 million, has over 250 sensor customers, will break even in Q1 2016

    19 Jun 2015 | 1:56 am
    Crocus Technology has secured $21 million in a new financing round. All of Crocus’ historical French and international investors participated in the round, including NanoDimension, Innovation Capital, IdInvest Partners, and Rusnano. Founded in 2004, Crocus has raised $194 million to date.Crocus says that since it began producing MLU-based magnetic sensors in mid-2014, they have over 250 customers. The new capital will help Crocus to deploy its sensor product line in the key target markets: industrial, consumer electronics, automotive and solutions for IoT. Crocus will also strengthen…
  • Koyo Electronics adopts Everspin's MRAM for their new Direct Logic PLC

    17 Jun 2015 | 12:26 am
    Everspin announced that Koyo Electronics Industries adopted their MRAM chips in their new battery-free Direct Logic 205 (DL205) Series Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs). The DL205 is Koyo's most configurable and versatile solution in their portfolio. Everspin's MRAM enables data integrity and reliability in harsh environments, and instant event save in the event of a power loss and without the need for a battery.The DL205 uses Everspin's 1-Megabit parallel interface (MR0A16A) MRAM chip.
  • Everspin appoints a new chief financial officer

    28 Apr 2015 | 12:49 am
    Everspin Technologies announced it has appointed Jeff Winzeler as the company’s Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Winzeler joins Everspin from Avnera, a privately held semiconductor company specializing in analog and digital SoCs, and he served as CFO at several public companies.In January 2015 Everspin closed a $29 million funding round, led by Global Foundries and Western Digital Capital, and the company is ramping up STT-MRAM production, and busy accelerating and delivering perpendicular and Gigabit ST-MRAM to the market. It's possible that Everspin is also gearing up towards an IPO and…
  • STT-MRAM MTJ cells can be used to mimick the human brain's synapses

    24 Apr 2015 | 11:17 pm
    Researchers from France's Universite Paris-Sud and the CEA institute say that the probabilistic nature of STT-MRAM devices can be used to create synapses-like neuro system. This can be used to create efficient devices that mimic the human's brain method of operation.MRAM cells (or MTJs) store data using electrons magnetic spin. The technology uses stochastic switching, and so to be sure that a bit is set, you have to applying a current in the MTJ for a long enough time (to increase the probability of the spin changes). In these new experiments, the researchers take advantage of the stochastic…
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  • 10/30/2016 - Introducing a Mobile-First Approach to Building Your Next App

    30 Oct 2016 | 9:00 am
    Wednesday, October 30, 2013 10AM PT, San Francisco 5pm - London | 1pm - New York | Thu, Oct 31th at 4am - Sydney | Thu, Oct 31th at 2am - Tokyo | Thu, Oct 31th at 1am - Beijing | 10:30pm - Mumbai Presented by: Carlos Andreu, Raj Balasubramanian Duration: Approximately 60 minutes. Cost: Free The webcast is based on an upcoming 'Mobile First' book that Raj Balasubramanian and Carlos Andreu are working on with O'Reilly Media. This hands-on webcast will cater to two class of developers - enterprise or backend developers who have dabbled in building web sites but hasn't spent much time on mobile,…
  • How to Promote Your Webinar (part 2)

    18 Jun 2013 | 11:33 am
    This is part 2 of the How to Promote Your Webinar post I wrote a few weeks ago.  In the first part, I discussed using Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and industry publications.  Here are some more ideas: Video or audio introduction – Create a video or audio introduction about your webinar to embed in your website and event invitations.  Hearing or seeing an introduction to your webinar will help convert potential registrants.  Post it on YouTube, Viddler,Vimeo and other video sites to get more visibility. Email signature – Add your webinar to your email signature.  You’d be…
  • How to Best Leverage Your Webinar

    18 Feb 2013 | 5:06 pm
    You’ve drawn up and refined your message, crafted your slides, rehearsed, posted it on, and you’re a week out from presenting on your favorite webinar platform.    But how do you make sure your audience shows up? And once it’s over, what are you going to do with that time investment? First, your audience, like your teenage son, needs to be reminded of their commitment. Make sure that you select a webinar platform with an automated reminder system. Ideally, it would have the ability to send an email upon registration, a day before the event, an hour before the…
  • Steps to Host a Webinar for Generating Business Leads and Enhancing Sales

    14 Jan 2013 | 7:24 pm
    Conducting your first webinar is a daunting task but everyone has to start somewhere. It takes a lot of hard work to host a successful webinars that will effectively create an overwhelming number of sales.  You should remember that conducting successful webinar is advantageous for your business.  Thus, while communicating your message, you should be strategic as well as tactical. Being strategic indicates that everything you do should be relevant to the business goals of your organization.  You should also be tactical so that you always put the correct message in the correct channel and…
  • When Should You Host a Paid Webinar?

    18 Oct 2012 | 9:45 am
    The decision of conducting a paid webinar and how much you should charge for your webinar depends on your business goals.  If you are planning to promote a product or service or to develop your business leads, a free webinar would be the right choice for you as it helps in maximizing the number of audience who participate in the webinar.  Thus, many start-up companies prefer offering their expertise free of cost to obtain more registrations to increase the number of participants. Moreover, a free webinar is much easier to implement as the host doesn’t have to take the pain of processing…
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    Tech Cocktail

  • TractionTank: Build for Traction, Reap the Funding

    Will Schmidt
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:00 am
    Why is it so difficult to pick great startups out of the crowd? I was recently asked this question by the entrepreneurial duo Kraettli Epperson and Eric Morrow. You see, they’ve built an accelerator in San Francisco based on the foundation of this question, and it’s totally different from anything I’ve seen. It’s called TractionTank, and at its core it was designed to be entirely different from any other accelerator. Epperson and Morrow built it as a lean accelerator, narrowing down the field of their focus into one market niche – we’ve actually been seeing a lot of new…
  • For Spotlight Users, Nothing Beats a Fun Challenge

    Will Schmidt
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:00 am
    Don’t you love competing against your friends? Maybe it’s just me, but nothing beats a good board game, card game, or even trivia match against them – it’s always a blast, we laugh a lot, but we all play to win. After all, there’s nothing worse than losing to your friends. Well, I recently found out about an app for iOS and Android, Spotlight, which lets you compete directly against your friends across a broad range of categories on social media. For example, you could have a contest to see who can write a better status update on Facebook and then gauge the winner based on whoever…
  • Petition for Reddit CEO to Step Down Hits 200,000

    Elliot Volkman
    7 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    A month after its launch on, a petition requesting Reddit Interim CEO Ellen Pao step down has collected more than 200,000 signatures. Reddit, also known as the front page of the internet, currently has more than 36M active users on the network and 843K subreddits. At this time, reddit has not responded to the petition. For those unfamiliar with the network, it is primarily a social news sharing site and was founded in 2005 by Steve Huffman and Alexis Ohanian. However, it is currently facing an internal struggle that is being led by several different factions. The factions include…
  • 10 Productive Lifestyle Hacks from the World’s Most Successful People

    Eric Ebert
    7 Jul 2015 | 5:00 am
    When we think of how high income earners became so successful, we often think about their work philosophies inside of the office, but what they do outside of the office is equally important. Their philosophies regarding their free time enable them to actuate their full potential when they return to the office. The simplicity of these philosophies is astonishing and adopting them into our lives will translate to better professional development. 1. Stimulate your creativity Successful people are able to innovate creative solutions to problems. 75% of high income earners believe that creativity…
  • 3 Marketing Tips for Startups from Performance Marketing Insights Berlin

    Megan Gardner
    6 Jul 2015 | 6:00 pm
    Reently, Berlin welcomed advertisers, publishers, affiliate networks, startups, and adtechs from around the world for Performance Marketing Insights 2015. This two-day event brought together industry leaders including Ken Segall, Apple’s former creative director and Jeremy Waite, Head of Digital Strategy at Salesforce Marketing Cloud, to discuss the latest and greatest in performance marketing and provide advice on how to tackle it going forward. More than 800 attendees were eager to hear from world renowned keynotes and expert led panels on industry challenges, technology-driven…
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    Reuters Video: Technology

  • New rate-dependent straps aim to protect heads in NFL

    7 Jul 2015 | 7:22 am
    New rate-dependent straps developed by the U.S. Army Research Laboratory aim to decrease likelihood of head injuries during tackles and heavy hits in the National Football League. Nathan Frandino reports.
  • The future of travel? A tube called Hyperloop

    7 Jul 2015 | 5:51 am
    Hyperloop Transportation Technologies says it's about to break ground on a full scale test track for it's revolutionary future travel means, the Hyperloop, which will take passengers through steel tubes at speeds potentially up to 760mph. Joel Flynn reports.
  • Teaching old dogs new tricks with 'smart harness'

    6 Jul 2015 | 8:48 am
    North Carolina State University researchers have developed new technology designed to improve communication between dogs and humans. Nathan Frandino reports.
  • Mood-changing wearable tech sets pulses racing

    6 Jul 2015 | 6:20 am
    Doppel is a new breed of wearable device, one that its developers say can actually change the wearer's mood by delivering a tactile beat to their wrist. Matthew Stock reports.
  • Vertical city in the Sahara planned

    6 Jul 2015 | 3:10 am
    A French architecture firm designs a sustainable vertical city to be built in the Sahara desert. Amy Pollock reports.
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    Softpedia News > Technology & Gadgets

  • Freight by Fetch Robotics

    Softpedia News (Horia Despa)
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:35 am
    It is probably known by now that Amazon's warehouse networks of autonomous robots is one of the company's prides and joys when it comes to pure technological advancement. Looking at the machines roaming inside Amazon's massive US warehouses  twisting, turning, fetching, grabbing and delivering all sorts of goods from shelves built especially for them, shows how far large companies have gone to achieve the limits of ... (read more)
  • Micro:bit - BBC's Tiny Programmable PC for Kids

    Softpedia News (Horia Despa)
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:07 am
    You can't have Britain, Education and Technology put together without mentioning names like BBC, ARM, Barclays, Freescale and many other UK companies working together to bring the wonders of programming and PC technology to the new generation of British kids. Following in the steps of the successful 1980s BBC Micro that introduced IT technology for the first time to the kids across the UK, BBC repeats this feat and unveils the micro:bit.  The micro:bit is essentially a p... (read more)
  • Nvidia Announces CUDA 7.5, cuDNN 3 and DIGITS 2 at ICML 2015

    Softpedia News (Horia Despa)
    7 Jul 2015 | 2:42 am
    ICML, or International Conference on Machine Learning happening these days in Lille in France, is an annual event that focuses on machine learning. NVIDIA came at this event to announce new major features it's working on at the moment. Although NVIDIA's major revenues come from selling hardware, it's also researching to create and improve three of their major libraries/environments, the CUDA, cuDNN, and DIGI... (read more)
  • Mirror, Mirror, Your Contextual Data Screen Ready for You When You're Feeling Pretty

    Softpedia News (Horia Despa)
    7 Jul 2015 | 1:03 am
    Mirror, Mirror is the perfect screen for those narcissists who want to check the weather and the latest factoids on Reddit while trimming their beard, posing in their own reflection or doing whatever they do in front of the mirror. The new reflecting screen is basically a household mirror that provides relevant information and data from the Internet at the user's discretion only. It's basically a screen with a reflecting material strapped on it, encased in whatever encasing... (read more)
  • 2TB Solid-State Drive Launched by Samsung

    Softpedia News (Horia Despa)
    7 Jul 2015 | 12:16 am
    Although having less space than HDDs, solid space drives have much better performance than classic plate-based drives. Even though high-capacity SSDs do exist in the shape of PCIe connected or SATA connected drives, these usually come at a hefty price, keeping the main market demand still in favor of HDDs. However, Samsung SSDs, the non-Samsung HDDs division that's now under Seagate, launched its new 850 Evo and 850 Pro SSDs that come with 2TB of storage space and also have... (read more)
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    Techvibes Global News

  • The Five Best Ads to Ever Play on YouTube

    7 Jul 2015 | 6:47 am
    Celebrating 10 years in the business, YouTube recently opened up voting for users to pick their all-time favourite ads. The results are in. In first is Turkish Airlines and the teams at Crispin Porter + Bogusky and Starcom for making Kobe vs. Messi: The Selfie Shootout.     Combining the world's newfound selfie obsession with the star-power of Kobe Bryant and Messi, the ad found it's way to the top of both the December 2013 and Cannes Special Edition YouTube Ads Leaderboards. In second place is Volkswagen's 2011 Big Game spot, The Force (Deutsch Los Angeles, MediaCom), which…
  • Toronto Mayor Calls for Meeting with Reps from Uber, Taxi Industry

    7 Jul 2015 | 6:47 am
    Last week, an Ontario court ruled in favour of ridesharing in Toronto and dismissed the City's case to shut down Uber. Uber made this statement: This decision means that you can continue to access safe, reliable, and affordable rides through the Uber platform. We also hope that this decision helps further pave the way for ridesharing regulations, and we're excited to continue our work with Mayor Tory and Toronto City Council. Uber cited "the support riders and drivers," but the mayor, John Tory, doesn't seem quite so supportive. He's called for a meeting this morning with reps fro Uber and…
  • CubbySpot Set to Revamp Toronto Childcare Systems

    7 Jul 2015 | 6:46 am
    When Regnard and Liza Raquedan immigrated to Canada from the Philippines, they had no idea they’d become two of Toronto’s most innovative entrepreneurs. Though their daycare-locating app CubbySpot will officially be released in August, the idea came to the couple years ago, when the announcement of his wife Liza’s pregnancy posed an unexpected problem for the tiny family. “People say that once you know you’re pregnant, you have to start looking for daycares. We found this nice daycare that’s really close to our home and we signed up for the waiting list. We…
  • Canadian Engineering Students Build First Knuckleball Pitching Machine

    7 Jul 2015 | 6:45 am
    Even people who have never watched a baseball game in their life have heard of the infamous knuckleball, a notoriously unpredictable type of pitch that gives batters and catchers headaches. A group of engineering students at the University of Toronto decided to attempt to demystify the knuckleball by having a machine launch the same pitch every time. They failed. Theoretically, it's possible by controlling absolutely all variables, including velocity and orientation of the ball—but in practice, the machine's knuckleballs were imprecise, just like real baseball players'. “The…
  • FundRazr Powers Fundrboogie to Launch Hip-Hop Lifestyle Crowdfunding Platform

    6 Jul 2015 | 10:43 pm
    FundRazr is powering fundrboogie, a new project in beta targeting the hip-hop community. FundRazr's technology will drive the platform of fundrboogie, which is a site for creatives, entrepreneurs, and fans to raise money and bring the hip-hop community together—a community which "continues to be underrepresented by mainstream crowdfunding platforms," according to the companies. “As crowdfunding moves into the mainstream, people will prefer platforms that support their specific community of interest," suggests FundRazr founder and CEO Daryl Hatton. The platform's first successful…
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  • New Web Series From Ray William Johnson Offers Comedians’ Takes On Snapchat

    Sam Gutelle
    6 Jul 2015 | 4:50 pm
    As he works on multiple film projects, Ray William Johnson–once the man with more subscribers than anyone else on YouTube–has reduced his on-screen role on his personal channel. At the same time, he has built his YouTube home into a full-on comedy network, with multiple series under the banner of his Equals Three Studios. The latest addition to this lineup is Comedians On, in which funny people deliver riffs on topical subjects. The first episode of Comedians On takes on a ripe target: Snapchat. The featured comedians at first offer up their best wisecracks on the app’s infamous…
  • Break Debuts ‘Low Budget Prop Shop’ Series For DIY Movie Replicas

    Bree Brouwer
    6 Jul 2015 | 4:39 pm
    Break has a new web series aimed at budget-conscious DIYers. The digital entertainment company released the first episode of its series Low Budget Prop Shop on July 6, 2015, on the AWE me YouTube channel. Low Budget Prop Shop is hosted by Dustin McLean (of Cinefix’s Homemade Movies series); in the series, McLean shows viewers how to recreate props from famous movies and games, using everyday materials worth no more than $50 total. In this way, the series is similar to that of Geek & Sundry’s Craft Lab, where hosts Anna Akana and Greg Aronowitz spin a wheel to determine which…
  • Study Finds 57% Of Kids Prefer Mobile Video To TV

    Bree Brouwer
    6 Jul 2015 | 4:25 pm
    Miner & Co. Studio just released findings which should scare children’s television networks. The research and consulting firm found 57% of kids prefer watching video on portable devices like smartphones and tablets as opposed to on traditional television screens. For its study, Miner & Co. interviewed 800 parents about their children’s viewing habits. According to AdAge, 39% of the parents said their children regularly watch the same content on not just one, but multiple devices at the same time. Plus, about half of the 800 parents said they “punish” their misbehaving children…
  • Michelle Phan Will Release Digital Comic Series On Line Webtoon

    Sam Gutelle
    6 Jul 2015 | 2:22 pm
    Michelle Phan is not just one of YouTube’s most beloved beauty gurus; she’s also one of the video site’s savviest businesswomen. In the past year alone, she has expanded her personal brand through a book, an online video network, and several other projects. The latest edition to Phan’s empire is a comic series called The Enchantress that will debut on Line Webtoon. Across 26 chapters, The Enchantress will explore a world where “elemental magic” is commonplace and must be used to “save humanity.” “Most people think of me as a makeup guru, but might be surprised to know I’m…
  • Hulu, Subway Launch Third Season Of ‘The 4 To 9ers’

    Bree Brouwer
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:45 pm
    Back in 2012, Subway launched the branded entertainment series The 4 to 9ers on Hulu. Now, the sandwich food chain company and the streaming platform have partnered to release a third season of the hit, short-form comedy series on July 6, 2015. In the first two seasons of The 4 to 9ers, viewers were introduced to high school students who worked average service industry jobs in a suburban Chicago mall. The third season of The 4 to 9ers brings back the same characters, who are now college graduates and still working at establishments like Subway as they deal with adulthood and try to work…
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  • Anatomy of the Perfect Next Steps Page for your Church Website

    Josh Starr
    7 Jul 2015 | 9:00 am
    Have you identified the four different types of church website visitors? Does your church website help guide these visitors with the right calls to action? Here is the anatomy of the perfect next steps page for your church website: 1. Identify Your Audience Define “who” will be taking each step. Have your audience front and center in your mind when you write your content. Try and put yourself in their shoes, think about the questions they’d have, think about the problems they are facing. If you don’t know answers to these questions, ask a few people in your church. Don’t think that…
  • The Hungry JPEG: Summer Bundle

    Eric Dye
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:00 am
    We would very much like to introduce the new July Summer Bundle by This amazing set is priced at just $29, this is 95% off the regular retail price of nearly $650. This fantastic design bundle includes 28 fonts, and 19 huge graphic packs. All products include commercial licenses as well—so use them as you see fit. But hurry! This wonderful collection is only available for July 2015. Once its expired, its gone for good. And a whole lot more! Learn more and get this great bundle from The Hungry JPEG: Summer Bundle first appeared on ChurchMag and is…
  • Your Volunteer Structures Could Be Hindering Involvement

    Blessing Mpofu
    6 Jul 2015 | 9:00 am
    Church leaders have the great privilege of seeing to the spiritual formation of disciples. This is core to the mission Jesus gave us. One of the aspects of spiritual formation is service. For service, the many members of the Body have diverse gifts and function. Thus the responsibility of pastors and church leaders is connecting need to people’s gifts and vice versa. It is creating space and opportunities for people to discover and exercise their gifts. When leaders fail to create such an environment they stunt the growth of those they lead. Pastors and leaders can also rob the…
  • Why Slow Reading Is Good for You

    Rachel Blom
    6 Jul 2015 | 7:00 am
    There’s a new phenomenon: the slow reading movement. I love it. Slow reading means reading for at least half an hour without being distracted or interrupted by anything else—especially smartphones. Not only will it completely relax you and bring down your stress levels, it will also positively affect your reading comprehension. A study found that a multimedia presentation mixing words, sounds and moving pictures resulted in lower comprehension than reading plain text did. As many of us can affirm, online reading has impacted our reading habits. We’ve become skimmers, fast trackers,…
  • Fireworks on Social Media [Podcast #61]

    Eric Dye
    5 Jul 2015 | 5:00 am
    It’s Independence Day weekend and we’ve got a quick podcast this week talking about fireworks on Facebook! After recording the podcast this past week (which will now be downloadable next week), Phil told us about how his church’s Facebook event page exploded—in a bad way—and lead to him eventually deleting the page. Has anything like this happened to you? [Subscribe via iTunes | Stitcher | RSS | Proudly Hosted on Buzzsprout] Join-in the discussion: #cmagcast If you’ve experienced some church social media disasters, we want to hear about them! Email me […
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    EurekAlert! - Technology, Engineering and Computer Science

  • Everything you need to know about coastal engineering -- international compendium published

    6 Jul 2015 | 9:00 pm
    (World Scientific) Coastal and ocean engineers can now look forward to new research reading material compiled in a single compendium. Published by World Scientific, the 'International Compendium of Coastal Engineering' aims to provide a comprehensive overview of coastal engineering from basic theory to engineering practice.
  • New technique enables magnetic patterns to be mapped in 3-D

    6 Jul 2015 | 9:00 pm
    (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie) An international collaboration has succeeded in using synchrotron light to detect and record the complex 3-D magnetization in wound magnetic layers. This technique could be important in the development of devices that are highly sensitive to magnetic fields, such as in medical diagnostics for example. Their results are published now in Nature Communications.
  • Testing heats up at Sandia's Solar Tower with high temperature falling particle receiver

    6 Jul 2015 | 9:00 pm
    (DOE/Sandia National Laboratories) Researchers at Sandia National Laboratories are working to lower the cost of solar energy systems and improve efficiencies in a big way, thanks to a system of small particles.
  • Down to the quantum dot

    6 Jul 2015 | 9:00 pm
    (Forschungszentrum Juelich) Using a single molecule as a sensor, scientists in Jülich have successfully imaged electric potential fields with unrivaled precision. The ultrahigh-resolution images provide information on the distribution of charges in the electron shells of single molecules and even atoms. The 3-D technique is also contact-free. The first results achieved using 'scanning quantum dot microscopy' have been published as an editor's suggestion in Physical Review Letters and selected as a Viewpoint in Physics.
  • NCI awards UC researcher $1.8 million to study protein's effect on breast cancer

    6 Jul 2015 | 9:00 pm
    (University of Cincinnati Academic Health Center) Xiaoting Zhang, Ph.D., associate professor in the Department of Cancer Biology at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, has received a $1.8 million, five-year, R01 award from the National Cancer Institute to continue breast cancer research focusing on the function of the protein MED1 on HER2-positive breast cancer.
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  • Geek Fashion You'll Want in Your Closet Immediately

    7 Jul 2015 | 7:45 am
    The most incredible geek event we've ever attended? That would be the first-ever geek couture fashion show held in July during San Diego Comic-Con 2014. Fandom fashion retailer Her Universe called upon the galaxy's most stylish designers, both professional and amateur, to present their original, handmade creations on the runway. Consider it a preview of what to expect at this year's festival. What we saw was not cosplay. Oh no, these gowns could have belonged on the pages of Vogue or at New York Fashion Week. As one of the designers put it: for those who aren't geeks, the clothing would just…
  • 17 Texts Only Couples Who Have Been Together Forever Can Send

    7 Jul 2015 | 6:45 am
    If you've been with your significant other for a while, you've probably noticed changes in your communication style over the course of your relationship. Love notes turn into "honey do" lists and sweet nothings become inside jokes - but that doesn't make it any less wonderful. After all, "I miss you" messages are just as meaningful as asking your SO to bring home tacos every once in a while. Whether it's a sign that you're too comfortable with your partner (or perhaps an indication that you're also best friends), there's no denying that conversations between boyfriends and girlfriends are…
  • The Most Spectacular Photo (and GIF!) of Saturn Ever Taken

    7 Jul 2015 | 5:45 am
    iPhone cameras are good - but they aren't as good as this. NASA's Cassini spacecraft captured this view as it approached Saturn in early 2011. The GIF is so beautiful that it bubbled back up to the front page of Reddit recently. In November 2014, the spacecraft caught another spectacular moment, this on Saturn's largest moon, Titan, using a visual and infrared mapping spectrometer. The glowing orange you see here is called a sunglint, also known as a specular reflection, coming off Titan's massive sea Kraken Mare. It was captured during Cassini's flyby on Aug. 21, 2014. The spacecraft has…
  • 14 Incredible Sci-Fi Movies to Binge-Watch on Netflix

    7 Jul 2015 | 4:50 am
    If you're looking for a new movie genre or are itching for some science-fiction flicks, look no further than Netflix. After you stream all the great television shows on the site, press play on these sci-fi films that are silly, funny, thrilling, and adventurous. There's a pretty good mix of classics and cult films perfect for a night in or a weekend binge. Just remember not to try any of the experiments in these films at home.
  • Donald Trump Got Into a Twitter Fight and Got Burned So Bad

    6 Jul 2015 | 3:03 pm
    Donald Trump has been making headlines lately for his controversial comments about immigration, but it's not the first time that the presidential hopeful has let his opinions get the best of him. A copy of Trump's 2013 Twitter feud with Modern Family executive producer Danny Zuker has resurfaced and gone viral, reminding people everywhere about just how badly the politician got burned. Oh, snap. There was no way that Trump could emerge victorious from an argument stemmed from his own hypocritical business practices, but his overuse of the words "loser" and "lightweight" is almost painful to…
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    EU Policy Blog

  • “Welcome to Our World” – Building Bridges in the Cloud

    Mark Lange
    1 Jul 2015 | 2:45 am
    There are several challenges for national law enforcement authorities working in the global cyberspace, including the collection of evidence in the cloud, a topic that was the focus of the Council of Europe’s recent Octopus Conference on Cooperation against Cybercrime. One participant, a representative of a law enforcement authority in a small European country, spoke of his difficulty to obtain evidence to investigate local criminal activity when such evidence is in the form of digital communications stored in cloud servers based in the United States. He claimed that the procedure to get…
  • The Latest Picture of the Threat Landscape in the European Union – part 1

    Tim Rains
    25 Jun 2015 | 5:32 am
    I had the opportunity to visit with some European based customers when I spoke at the RSA Unplugged conference in London just a few weeks ago. Many of the customers I met with were very interested in a deep dive into the types of threats we see in the region. I have written about the threat landscape in Europe and European Union (EU) extensively over the years, including the articles below:
  • Building Trust: Cyber-Solutions for Europe

    Jan Neutze
    19 Jun 2015 | 9:17 am
    Xavier Bettel, Prime Minister, Luxembourg Last week, Microsoft partnered with POLITICO to host the first Annual Cybersecurity Summit. The event comes at a key moment in time. Cybersecurity has never been higher on the political agenda in the EU and globally. And with good reason. This month’s cyber-attack on the U.S. Federal Government personnel office, which led to the information of around 4 million federal workers being stolen, is unfortunately not an isolated incident. This event reminds us once again of the importance of governments and companies ensuring the highest levels of…
  • Wanted: Strong Leadership for Secure Cyberspace

    Scott Charney
    10 Jun 2015 | 2:50 am
    In November of last year, the high-profile hacking of Sony Pictures Entertainment resulted in the mass release of confidential information and the disruption of IT systems. This widely publicized event is one of many where a government has been accused of a damaging cyberattack. Therein lies the discontinuity. While cybercriminals of course act in disregard of the common good, governments are supposed to be different. Governments are supposed to protect the national security, public safety and economic prosperity of their own citizens and, even further, they are supposed to promote…
  • Trust and Transparency: Building Blocks for the Digital Single Market

    Jan Neutze
    3 Jun 2015 | 7:36 am
    What is trust? As defined in the dictionary, it consists of a firm and assured belief in the character, ability, strength, or truth of someone or something. But this hardly does justice to the importance of a principle which underpins every human and social interaction. Trust is fundamental to the functioning of our societies and economies. Even more so in today’s increasingly inter-connected world. Unsurprisingly, building confidence and trust online is a key pillar of the recently unveiled Digital Single Market strategy, an ambitious plan which aims to help Europe reap the benefits of…
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    The Red Ferret Journal - gadgets, cool sites, freeware and tech trivia

  • Bubl – capture the whole scene with this bubble of a camera

    Donyae Coles
    7 Jul 2015 | 2:00 am
    The world is circular. There are things all around you. When you take a photo, it doesn’t capture the full experience. What’s happening just outside the frame? History will never know. You can stop losing experiences with the Bubl, a camera that captures the full spherical range. This device works for both photo and video and lets you take and share images [...] 194 words | permalink | One comment | digg this
  • Musical Tesla Coil Kit – rock on with science

    Donyae Coles
    7 Jul 2015 | 2:00 am
    Tesla Coils are the go to decoration for any mad genius lab. Really, nothing says “I’m about to science and technology all over the place” quite like one. Now you can combine your love of playing god with music with the OneTesla Musical Tesla Coil Kit. This is for people who are really into the DIY scene or want to be. It gives you all the parts [...] 173 words | permalink | No comments | digg this
  • Gemmy Airblown Movie Screen – bring the big screen to your backyard

    Donyae Coles
    7 Jul 2015 | 2:00 am
    Everyone pretty much agrees across the board that movies always look better on the big screen. Unfortunately we don’t all have money (or space) for super huge screen TVs. If you have a projector, you can fake it until you make it though with the Gemmy Airblown Movie Screen. The Gemmy Airblown is a 12 foot screen that comes with its own storage bag. No, it’s not as [...] 176 words | permalink | No comments | digg this
  • Temp Traq – check your child’s temperature without waking them up

    Donyae Coles
    6 Jul 2015 | 2:00 am
    A sick kid is not a fun kid and a fever in a little one can be really scary. Keeping track of their temperature can be a bit tricky since children aren’t known to be great with thermometers and if they’re throwing up or anything, it can get forgotten. Enter Temp Traq, a wearable 24 hour thermometer designed track children’s fevers. Temp Traq is a single use thermometer that attaches to [...] 183 words | permalink | No comments | digg this
  • Pluggy Lock – keep your phone attached to you, literally

    Donyae Coles
    6 Jul 2015 | 2:00 am
    Have you ever wanted to hang your smartphone around your neck like some sort of techy chain? Or just so it was readily available? The Pluggy Lock is an attachment that lets you live out your fashion (or accessibility) dreams by giving you an anchor where your phone jack used to be. Pluggy Lock is an attachment that screws into the 3.5mm port on your smartphone. It slides in and then [...] 186 words | permalink | No comments | digg this
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    Network World Alpha Doggs

  • iPhone 7 rumor rollup: Nixing those homely antenna lines; flexible displays on the way?

    28 Jun 2015 | 2:14 pm
    I thought I very well might need a new iPhone after spending this past week in Delaware at the crazy Firefly music festival during which we had to be evacuated one night because of a tornado warning. But everything turned out well, my iPhone 5 is intact, and now I can take my time awaiting iPhone 6S and iPhone 7 rumors to morph into reality. No more ugly antenna lines on the iPhone? Speculation swirled over the past week about Apple possibly ditching those homely plastic lines across the back of your iPhone…that you probably never noticed in the first place. But the plastic is practical:…
  • My Firefly music festival iPhone survival kit

    26 Jun 2015 | 6:19 am
    Bob Brown/NetworkWorld Heading from outside Boston to Dover, Del., last week for the 4-day Firefly musical festival with another adult and four teenagers, I had lots more to think about than iPhone charging. But I did have iPhone charging needs on my mind.So before I went, I arranged to have Kensington send me a couple of their gadgets to help me weather the festival and some pretty serious storms.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
  • Happy Father's Day, from the Father of Hyperconvergence

    21 Jun 2015 | 6:47 am
    One thing that's cool about my job as a tech business publication editor is getting to meet industry pioneers, as I did by phone this past week with Mohit Aron, widely considered to be the Father of Hyperconvergence as a co-founder of Nutanix and now the founder and CEO of startup Cohesity (you can read my Q&A with Aron here). Over the years I've met a bunch of industry Fathers, including Bob Metcalfe of Ethernet fame and Vint Cerf of Internet fame, as well as industry Mothers, like Radia Perlman of Spanning Tree fame.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
  • iPhone 7 rumor rollup: Apple gets funny, iOS 9 drops hints

    14 Jun 2015 | 2:31 pm
    Humor alert! Humor alert! Yes, as it relates to Apple.And I’m not talking about the standard eye-rolling stuff of corporate dog-and-pony shows such as last week’s Apple Worldwide Developers’ Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco. Nope, here we have Apple enlisting the aid of former SNL comic Bill Hader, who shares a humorous behind-the-scenes peek at what could have been at WWDC… Alas, there were no iPhone 6S or iPhone 7 rumors in there, just a goat and some larger-than-life fingers. But the actual WWDC’s introduction of iOS 9 did spark speculation about the next flagship iPhones.To…
  • I knew it: Commissioner Gordon and EMC Chief Joe Tucci are twins after all!

    11 Jun 2015 | 2:01 pm
    I've suspected for years that EMC chief Joe Tucci and Neil Hamilton, who played Commissioner Gordon in the 1960s Batman TV series, were one in the same. And now, thanks to a Microsoft brainiac's website, I've been sort of vindicated.Apparently, there's a 78% chance that the two are related.The site, TwinsOrNot, uses Microsoft's newish Face Recognition API, which was introduced at Build 2015. TwinsOrNot is the machine learning-enabled creation of Microsoft employee Mat Velloso, who reportedly built it in 4 hours.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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  • Java Code: How to get open File Descriptors / File Handles

    5 Jul 2015 | 5:39 am
    One of the mysterious reasons for hanging of a long running server is running out of file descriptors. While you can delay the problem by increasing file descriptor (also known as File handle) count, it will not solve the problem in most cases. Then you need to figure out which method is leaking the file .... Original article  : Java Code: How to get open File Descriptors / File Handles.
  • Single biggest productivity tool I have used in a decade and its free

    4 Jun 2015 | 8:27 am
    If you are Tech guy or a Business person like me, you probably spend a large part of your day with your favorite browser. Yet browser technology haven’t changed much in years. One of the biggest problem I face with all browser is how the tab content becomes hidden as you open more than few .... Original article  : Single biggest productivity tool I have used in a decade and its free.
  • Want to learn a simple trick to make your Window Desktop snappier?

    4 Jun 2015 | 6:22 am
    I have seen and also well documented that Windows slows down with large number of files on your Desktop. I have observed the same for Linux too. The most likely reason is Windows caches the Desktop related resources in memory which can affect your performance negatively when are too many items on your Desktop. The trick ... Read : Want to learn a simple trick to make your Window Desktop snappier?.
  • Solution: Firefox Hanging / Freezing on Linux

    Angsuman Chakraborty
    31 Mar 2015 | 3:59 am
    I use CentOS 5.5 as my Desktop OS. Cent OS is a very stable Linux OS and is widely used in servers worldwide. And yet my Firefox used to regularly crash. By crash I mean the machine freezes up completely. Only recourse is to either reboot it or somehow execute the kill .... Source article  : Solution: Firefox Hanging / Freezing on Linux.
  • Microsoft Plans to Say Hello to Your Windows 10 Passwords

    18 Mar 2015 | 1:47 am
    With Windows Hello, users can scan their face, iris or fingerprint to verify identity and access their devices. Microsoft announced yesterday two components of Windows 10, its next operating system, that will help users log into both hardware and digital services. Windows 10 will support Fast Identity Online (FIDO) 2.0 specification. Microsoft will introduce an automatic biometric .... Original source  : Microsoft Plans to Say Hello to Your Windows 10 Passwords.
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  • Eighteen Minutes Of No Man's Sky Gameplay

    7 Jul 2015 | 8:07 am
    IGN has posted an eighteen minute gameplay video from the upcoming game No Man's Sky. Comments
  • Apple Should Break Its Silence On Apple Watch Sales Data

    7 Jul 2015 | 7:07 am
    Why should Apple "break its silence" on Apple Watch sales figures? You and I both know they are probably less than expected. Why? Because Apple isn't bragging about it. When is the last time Apple didn't brag about sales figures when they were great? Exactly. "This quarter marks the first quarter of Watch sales," she said. "After tight supply early on, continued international expansion and recent comments from Apple lead us to believe that supply and demand (have) stabilized. We find it a bit unusual that Apple has not provided an update on sales as typically, Apple provides…
  • Drones To Deliver Medicine To Rural Field Hospital

    7 Jul 2015 | 7:07 am
    Drones are being used to deliver medicine to a rural field hospital in Virginia. Unmanned aerial vehicles — drones — are supposed to deliver medicine to the Wise County Fairgrounds in part to study how the emerging technology would be used in humanitarian crises around the world. Organizers expect the July 17 flights to the Remote Area Medical clinic to make history as the first federally approved package deliveries in the United States. Comments
  • Deepcool Captain 240 Liquid CPU Cooler

    7 Jul 2015 | 6:07 am
    The Deepcool Captain 240 is on the test bench today at ThinkComputers. If you are shopping for a new all-in-one cooler, this review should be of interest to you. Since we have been reviewing their products we have moved from simple air coolers to the very steampunk inspired AiO that we are taking a look at today. The Captain 240 is the middle of their Captain line of AiO coolers and really sets itself apart with it's aesthetics. Comments
  • Lawmakers Want Internet Sites To Flag 'Terrorist Activity'

    7 Jul 2015 | 6:07 am
    So the lawmakers in our country are essentially leaving it up to Twitter, YouTube and Facebook to decide what is terrorist activity? I'm all for it as long as they flag that PewDiePie guy. The measure, contained in the 2016 intelligence authorization, which still has to be voted on by the full Senate, is an effort to help intelligence and law enforcement officials detect threats from the Islamic State and other terrorist groups. Comments
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  • Chinese Bubbletime Blues

    6 Jul 2015 | 3:47 pm
    From the "Well, we would have told you so if you'd asked" Dept: For those who are surprised and shocked by the popping of the Chinese stock market bubble, can we point you to the Broadstuff Bubble-O-Meter which says that, when taxi drivers give you stock tips and private citizens gamble their savings it really is the endgame of the bubble, and the next step is "pop" Addition from the "we didn't tell you this though": And right to the end, those with financial interests in the bubbletime, and their mouthpieces, will insists that there is no bubble. This is a public service announcement
  • InfoSec15 Memes

    3 Jun 2015 | 1:52 pm
    As I can’t get alone to InfoSec15 this year, I thought I would get a flavour of what’s going on by pointing our experimental text mining tool in that direction. See the graph below. Bruce Schneier and John McAfee seem to have the influence they deserve, followed by BSOD (is Windows 10 here already? ) and “trashier tearaway”, which seems to be a reference to an article in The Register about the perils of allowing BYO-IoT-D (Bring Your Own Internet of Things Device!) into secure networks. also, full marks to whoever thought up “malvertising”! Hope to get along next year and find out…
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  • Facebook News Feed Will Show Videos Based On Interests

    Akanksha Lakra
    3 Jul 2015 | 5:55 am
    Facebook has once again decided to play with the mathematical analysis of the News Feed. The most used feature of the social network, news feed will now show more videos similar to ones you expand. Now, whenever you expand a video to full-screen, un-mute or opt to watch in HD, Facebook would take it for granted that you loved that particular video. The stats will be considered even if the user do not like, share or comment about the video. According to the information provided by TechCrunch, the same signals will tell Facebook that the video is enjoyable or not. With this algorithm,…
  • Aqua Y4 Launced At A Price Tag Of Rs. 4,190

    Trupti Gupta
    3 Jul 2015 | 5:51 am
    Last week, after the launch of the Xtreme ll, Intex have launched the Aqua Y4. The device is priced at Rs. 4,190. The Intex device is a dual SIM (GSM+GSM) and runs on Android 4.4.2 KitKat out-of-the-box. The device comes with a 4.5-inch, 480×854 pixels, FWVGA IPS display. The phone along with this is powered by a 1GHz dual-core MediaTek, MT6572X, processor coupled with 512MB RAM. The Aqua 4 surprisingly has a 4GB inbuilt memory which can further be expandable up to 32GB via microSD card. The Aqua Y4 further sports a 5-megapixel rear camera with an LED flash. The secondary 2-megapixel…
  • OnePlus Cardboard VR Headsets Launched On Amazon At Rs 99

    Akanksha Lakra
    2 Jul 2015 | 5:34 am
    OnePlus has launched the OnePlus Cardboard. The Cardboard is now available on Amazon India for Rs 99. The headset will help the users in experiencing the virtual reality feel. The Chinese company boasts that the material used for making their Cardboard is stronger and thicker. It features an added high-quality velcro for maximum durability. All the devices upto 6 inches in size will be compatible with the OnePlus Cardboard. The OnePlus Cardboard will go on sale from the third week of July on Amazon India. OnePlus Forum founder Carl Pei stated in a post that they are excited for the future.
  • Fingerprint Scanner In OnePlus Two Is Faster Than TouchID

    Akanksha Lakra
    1 Jul 2015 | 6:11 am
    OnePlus has been releasing news about the latest features of its next flagship. The latest smartphone by the company will be launched no 27th of July. OnePlus has a different promotion strategy from the rest. The features are unveiled one by one, earlier the features like Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 v2.1 SoC, and USB Type-C port were announced. The latest addition in the features is the fingerprint sensor. The Chinese smartphone maker boasts that the OnePlus 2’s fingerprint sensor is faster than Apple’s iPhone Touch ID sensor. OnePlus announced in a blog post that With the OnePlus 2,…
  • Meizu MX5 Makes Its Debut In China

    Trupti Gupta
    1 Jul 2015 | 5:40 am
    A few days ago, in China, Meizu launched its new MX5 smartphone. The Meizu MX5 has been priced at CNY 1799, i.e. Rs. 18,450 for the 16GB model. There is another 32GB model which is priced for CNY 1999 i.e. Rs. 20,500. The other variant by the company is a CNY 2399 approximately for Rs. 24,650 for the 64GB model. The company stated that the pre-orders has started since the day the phone launched and will be in the stores on 5th July. The phone currently is only available in China and the company have not mentioned its global rollout plans for the device. The phone features a metal body where…
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  • Senate Intel Committee Wants Facebook, Twitter & YouTube To Report 'Terrorist-Related' Content

    Tim Cushing
    7 Jul 2015 | 9:20 am
    Well, we finally received some surveillance reform with the passage of the USA Freedom Act, which, even with its built-in six-month waiting period is still more surveillance reform than we've seen in the past thirty years. So, of course, the intelligence "community" is seeking to counterbalance its "losses" with gains from the private sector. Self-spying will have to replace government spying, if we're expected to run a secure nation. Social media sites such as Twitter and YouTube would be required to report videos and other content posted by suspected terrorists to federal authorities under…
  • Corruption Watch: State Attorneys General Line Up Behind Jim Hood, Support Power To Attack Enemies Of Big Corporate Donors

    Mike Masnick
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:21 am
    A large group of state Attorney Generals has now stepped into the legal fight between Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood and Google. As we've explained a bunch, Hood went after Google with an investigation and detailed subpoena that was funded and written by the MPAA itself. In response to this, a federal court has already called out Hood's actions, noting that there was "significant evidence of bad faith" on the part of Hood as he attempted to unconstitutionally hold Google responsible for anything bad that its search engine found on the internet. We've written plenty about issues with…
  • Newegg Asks Appeals Court For Help After Waiting Nearly Two Years For East Texas Judge To Actually Rule In Patent Case

    Mike Masnick
    7 Jul 2015 | 6:15 am
    You may recall that back in November of 2013, we wrote about an absolutely insane ruling by a federal jury in East Texas, arguing that e-commerce vendor Newegg infringed on an absolutely laughable patent, held by a patent troll named TQP, which claimed to cover encryption. Newegg immediately promised to appeal the ruling -- so you may be wondering where that appeal is right now. So is Newegg. Yesterday, the company filed a petition for a Writ of Mandamus basically asking the appeals court to tell the district court to do its damn job and issue a final ruling (either on behalf of Newegg, or…
  • Company Sends Bogus Copyright Takedown Over Hacking Team Docs

    Mike Masnick
    7 Jul 2015 | 4:12 am
    We've already written about the hack and leak of the Hacking Team and all its emails and files. There are likely to be tons of stories coming out from that hack over the next few days and weeks as people go through everything. However, it appears that someone is at least making a pretty ridiculous and half-hearted attempt to stuff that genie back in the bottle. Security consultant Mustafa Al-Bassam noted on Twitter that he received a copyright takedown notice for his mirror of the files from a different company, Lexsi. I just got a DMCA complaint from one of Hacking Team's clients…
  • Aadhaar: Soon, In India, Everyone Will Be A Number

    Glyn Moody
    7 Jul 2015 | 1:11 am
    National identification numbers are common enough -- many countries issue their citizens with a unique identifier. But in terms of scale, few can match Aadhaar, India's identity number system. As The Times of India explained a few years back, when the scheme was first announced: Aadhaar is a 12-digit unique number which will be issued by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) to all residents of the country. It's a step towards putting India in the club of more than 50 countries around the world that have some form of national identity cards. These include most of continental…
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    Simone Brummelhuis
    3 Jul 2015 | 2:00 am
    THENEXTWOMEN STARTUP AWARDS, 2015 The prize winning pitches for the International Pitch Competition 2015 at The Next Women Innovation Summit have been named. Vastari - the jury prize winner - is a unique online platform from England for private art collectors and museums to aid the organisation and hiring of more
  • TheNextWomen Innovation Summit is coming up next week

    Simone Brummelhuis
    18 Jun 2015 | 5:51 am
    Next week sees the annual TheNextWomen Innovation Summit: an event aimed at promoting female entrepreneurship and the creation of an ecosystem of innovative women. The keynote speaker is none other than Neelie Kroes. The good news is that it is almost fully booked. read more
  • Startup Diaries: Student becomes 3d Printing Pioneer

    Simone Brummelhuis
    5 Jun 2015 | 4:02 am
    In the Startup Diaries series, Cecile  van der Waal of Printr tells her story;Although I just started as an entrepreneur, it already feels like a lifetime. One day of working, feels like an entire week and yet I can’t believe how fast the weeks fly by. This sounds exhausting, but it gives me a lot of more
  • Europe and the Success of Female Entrepreneurs

    Simone Brummelhuis
    18 May 2015 | 9:23 am
    Europe, what is your plan as to the success of female entrepreneurs?In order to increase the economic power of developing countries, many entrepreneurial and education programmes are initiated in of developing countries that focus on women. read more
  • Maximizing the Impact of Videoconferencing

    Simon Davis
    24 Mar 2015 | 11:06 am
    Video conferencing is a rising trend with everyone from the rarified heights of the Fortune 500 companies to small businesses and shiny new startups. However, using video conferencing to its maximum potential and impact has some tips and tricks – and a lot of them are old school rules about communication and how to run a more
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    C.K. Sample III
    27 Jun 2015 | 12:25 pm
    My entire life, my father’s birthday following mine in the year always made him 30 years older than me. Today, he would have been 72. But he will always only have been as old as 71. Now only 29 years separate me and him at his oldest and year after year that number will decrease until eventually, if I am lucky, I become older than he did.  That’s an odd thing.  Happy Birthday, Dad.  The post 71 appeared first on Sample the Web.
  • Cutting the cord has been a great decision so far

    C.K. Sample III
    12 May 2015 | 2:55 pm
    Not even a week into this new lifestyle choice and I’m loving it. In case you missed my previous post on the topic, I finally decided to ditch cable TV and save close to $1500 a year in the process. It looks like a lot of people are doing this now more than ever. I suspect HBO Now was a tipping point for a lot of people. I know it’s one of the things that got me and Kristin talking about it. Pain Points aka why can’t I pause live TV anymore… Now there are some slight pain points to cutting the cord. The one most noticeable to me has been the lack of DVR capabilities on…
  • I finally cut the cord (and so should you)

    C.K. Sample III
    7 May 2015 | 7:48 pm
    This week, I finally got sick of paying a premium for ALL THE CHANNELS provided by Time Warner Cable. Our primary DVR/cable box in our main room died a horrible death of infinite reboots on Sunday, and I took it in to the local Time Warner store to swap it out for a new one on Monday. The new one had a different problem that made it unusable. Tuesday I went back to exchange that box. They told me I was in luck, that their brand new amazing box that lets you record 7 channels at once was available… but, then, the support person assisting me couldn’t get the system to actually let…
  • Chaotic Moon Sponsor from Hell reel for the Moontower Comedy Festival, starring me!

    C.K. Sample III
    22 Apr 2015 | 12:33 pm
    I think I was tweeting a lot last week about how tiring it is to be an actor. I was literally exhausted and became sick with a 102.5F fever after the two and a half days of intensive filming we did putting together the above shorts for Chaotic Moon’s sponsorship of The Moontower Comedy Festival, which is happening today through the 25th right here in Austin, Texas. If you go to the show, you’ll see some of these between the acts. If you’re there Friday night, hopefully I’ll see you there! Big thanks to my good friend, Ben Lamm, for trusting me to portray him in these,…
  • Full-blown cowboy at the RMHC Austin 26th Annual Bandana Ball

    C.K. Sample III
    21 Apr 2015 | 5:12 pm
    Saturday night, Kristin and I attended the 26th Annual Bandana Ball, and I got a chance to wear my grandfather’s cowboy hat. It was fun and for a charity that helps families in times of need. We also won a chair in the silent auction that will be a nice addition to the home decor, once we actually arrange to have it delivered. Also they had a photobooth on site with props! Thanks to Mark & Courtney for the invite! The post Full-blown cowboy at the RMHC Austin 26th Annual Bandana Ball appeared first on Sample the Web.
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  • The Essentials of Information Security Kit: Includes a Free PC Security Handbook - 2nd Edition eBook

    1 Jul 2015 | 3:20 am
    The Essentials of Information Security brings together the latest in information, coverage of important developments, and expert commentary to help with your Information Security related decisions.The following kit contents will help you get the most out of your Information Security research:PC Security Handbook - 2nd EditionWanted: Guardians to Keep Sensitive Data Safe & ProtectedIDC Executive Brief: Modernizing Data Protection With Backup AppliancesSecurity Expertise for Businesses Like MineRequest Free!
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    9 Jun 2015 | 9:50 am
    The iPad CTO Kit brings together the latest in information, coverage of important developments, and expert commentary to help with your IT Management related decisions.The following kit contents will help you get the most out of your IT Management research:iPad Tips and Tricks - A Guide for Executives and ManagersSchneider Electric: Riverbed Cloud Steelhead Appliances Support IT Migration to Cloud Computing, SaaS and IaaS2014 Gartner Report: Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Mobility Management SuitesMobile Login Best PracticesRequest Free!
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    8 Jun 2015 | 12:00 am
    Power in automotive systems is not stable and is often subject to fluctuations and noise. Proper installation of the power conditioning devices in relation to the hardware you are trying to protect is important. With the Vehicle Best Practices Installation Guide you will learn the background on the problems and solutions as well as guidance for the installation of in-vehicle networks as well as guidance to overcome these obstacles.Request Free!
  • Video Conferencing, A TCO Analysis: A Look at What Companies Really Spend

    11 May 2015 | 10:20 am
    This research study looks at all of these cost areas, broken down by vendor, with data harmonized on a cost per endpoint basis, providing a snapshot of what actual companies are spending to deploy video conferencing. These costs focus on highly relevant areas including network investment, hardware investment, licensing costs, and ongoing maintenance expenses. The end result is a set of data that will assist IT leaders in evaluating the total cost of ownership of implementing solutions from leading video conferencing vendors.Request Free!
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    11 May 2015 | 10:20 am
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  • #DigitalIndiaWeek: India’s Step Towards E-Governance

    7 Jul 2015 | 5:47 am
    When the entire world is in support of digitization, why should India stay behind. With the increasing use of smartphone, computers and internet, the process of making a #DigitalIndia has become a lot simpler. Prime minister Narendra Modi’s dream of building an India which is digitally savvy and practices e-governance, e-healthcare and more seems to be booming constantly. This will not just give rise to a huge surge in the employment opportunities but will also increase transparency. With online portals for almost everything, information will be more readily available for the common…
  • #DigitalIndia-The future is an E-India

    2 Jul 2015 | 3:29 am
    When the entire world is going digital, how can a powerful nation like India stay behind. With ideas of seeing an India which is technologically adequate and savvy, Narendra Modi starts the Digital India Week. It receives a grand opening as the top CEOs from across the country came together to facilitate the project with their support, both morally and financially. Raising funds amounting to 4.5 trillion, Modi’s dream of a digitally empowered India, seems to be a success story. The aim is to make most government processes digital and increase transparency in the system. The areas of…
  • Why Digital Media Agencies need Social Media Monitoring

    22 Jun 2015 | 5:19 am
    Be it directly or indirectly, every company as an intricate connection with social media. In case of digital media agencies it is an indirect process, considering the company that hires them is solely dependent on them for their online activities. This can be a dangerous task, especially if the agency themselves don’t have their goals sorted. Social Media Monitoring can be of great help in such cases. It not just helps understanding the market better but also allows the agencies to reach out to influencers, listen to conversations around the topics of interest, keep and eye on…
  • Anshu Jain and Jürgen Fitsche Resignation. The Mystery Unfolds.

    8 Jun 2015 | 4:05 am
    After a serious of mistakes and inappropriate decisions, Deutsche bank has finally levied multiple penalties on the duo CEO Anshu Jain and Jürgen Fitsche. This has eventually led to a sequential resignation by the two, with Mr. Jain resigning by the end of June and Fitsche resigning after the annual shareholder meeting, next May. As much as this came as a shocking story in the history of banking and business, it caused an equal impact on social media as well. Twitter, news and other channels were flooded with messages about the sudden resignation by the duo. Here’s a look at how the…
  • 5 Common Evil Habits That Every Successful Businessman Has

    5 Jun 2015 | 6:36 am
    1. Insult Is Their Food Most people say one should be oblivious about the comments passed by others and keep moving ahead to achieve success. I say it is a completely wrong notion. In fact this is most common among great people; they do take insults and criticism very deeply, but do not allow it to affect them negatively. Instead, these leaders have the ability to convert criticism into boosting agents, which allow them to challenge themselves and make things better. Demotivation is a not a word you would find in their dictionary! Source: 2. Pride Too much pride can lead to…
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  • Avant Garde Blogger Template

    Carmela Maraan
    5 Jul 2015 | 10:43 pm
    If you want your site to be simple, elegant, and absolutely beautiful, I’d highly recommend that you try the Avant Garde Blogger template. It lets you feature your post’s photos in the header and the home page, so you can show off your photographic skills, or simply lend more visual impact to your site. Its urban, modern look is clean and simple, so your readers can focus on the enjoyment of reading your posts. This high-quality template is also responsive so your posts will show up beautifully on any device, be it desktop or mobile. It’s also designed with attractive…
  • Vanesa Responsive Blogger Template

    Carmela Maraan
    2 Jul 2015 | 7:56 pm
    Vanesa responsive Blogger theme is a clean and elegant theme that focuses on your content. It also maximizes functionality with several features and posting modes. With its 4-column, grid-type layout, you’ll be able to pack your home page with your photos and post previews. It’s also designed with big elements and clean negative space to help you make a strong visual impact on your viewers. Vanesa features the following: Beauty Template Social Buttons Slider Fast Loading Ads Ready SEO Friendly Drop Down Menu Clean Layout Simple Design Browser Compatibility Vanesa Blogger template…
  • Feminist Blogger Template

    Carmela Maraan
    28 Jun 2015 | 11:52 pm
    Feminist is a beautiful Blogger template for Blogger that’s designed for women, or for niches that appeal to the feminine — lifestyle, OOTD, photography, fashion, food, parenting, beauty, and of course, personal posts. You can also use it to showcase your creativity by displaying your artwork, illustrations, crafts, and more. It’s easy on the eyes, with plenty of visual space. At the same time, it allows you to share as many photos as you want with its animated photo header, its one-column posts with photo/image display, and your Instagram feed. Its other features include: 2…
  • Melody Responsive Blogger Template

    Carmela Maraan
    22 Jun 2015 | 7:49 pm
    Melody template for Blogger by Soratemplates is a clean and responsive template that can easily fit several blog niches. It works perfectly well with personal and simple professional blogs, particularly those that feature large, high-resolution photos such as fashion, magazine, food, art, illustration, creative portfolio, beauty, OOTD, and photography blogs. Its simple two-column layout ensures that your readers will be able to focus on one photo and post at a time, but at the same time, its animated scrolling header will allow you to display some of your latest and most striking images.
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    Carmela Maraan
    16 Jun 2015 | 8:17 pm
    WePress Blogger template is a dynamic multipurpose Blogger template that can be used on several niches, from personal to portfolio, to professional, news, magazine, lifestyle, and other blog types. It’s designed to be able to dynamically display posts, categories, labels, and sections, so your readers won’t miss out on your latest and best content. It also comes with plenty of built-in features like automatic slideshow, featured posts, and post thumbnails, and its organized in such a way so you can even turn your site into a multiple niche blog that’s organized by category.
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  • WhatsApp Working to Make Voice Calls Cheaper, Low Data Usage Feature Spotted on iOS App

    Manish Singh
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:47 am
    Popular messaging client WhatsApp, which introduced the voice calling feature on its mobile apps earlier this year, is now figuring out how to reduce the data usage while making those VoiP calls. Making progress on that front, the company has introduce a new feature dubbed “Low Data Usage” on... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • 65% Indians Use Sub-Rs 10,000 Smartphones; Internet Penetration Largely Limited to 6 States: Study

    Manish Singh
    7 Jul 2015 | 5:30 am
    India has become one of the world’s largest smartphone markets. Each quarter we see millions of new smartphones shipped across the country. But what kind of smartphones are those? And what kind of people use them? A new study is shedding light on the matter. According to the latest data released by... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Truecaller’s Truemessenger Helps You Get Rid of Spam SMS, But Has a Privacy Problem

    Radu Tyrsina
    7 Jul 2015 | 3:37 am
    Truecaller is the world’s largest mobile phone ‘community’ for mobiles, with around 150 million members worldwide. The company is known for its caller-ID app which essentially allows you to see who is calling even if you don’t have their number in your phonebook and also to block... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Sony Will Never Sell or Exit From Smartphone Business, Says CEO Hiroki Totoki

    Manish Singh
    6 Jul 2015 | 11:10 pm
    There has been a lot of talk around Sony’s mobile business. The Japanese technology conglomerate hasn’t been able to make much money from selling its smartphones, which is why it didn’t surprise us earlier this year Sony Mobile CEO Hiroki Totoki noted that the team had been contemplating on whether... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Here’s Why You Should Ditch Google Search for DuckDuckGo

    Khamosh Pathak
    6 Jul 2015 | 6:29 am
    Around 2 months back, I switched the default search engine on Chrome on my MacBook Pro to DuckDuckGo. It was the first time I had done this – ever. And I’m not going back. I didn’t do it because DuckDuckGo has a superior privacy policy (they do), or because I hate Google (I don’t). I did it... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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  • 7 Interesting Video Marketing Statistics

    30 Jun 2015 | 1:11 am
    The influx of digital media means that today, whether we like it or not, we are surrounded by an abundance of content day in and day out. Multitasking has become the norm as people expertly bob in and out of platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, and many more each day, as part of their professional and personal responsibilities. In such a scenario, it is vital for marketers to provide promotional content that is short, absorbing and easy to digest – which makes video an obvious choice. Here’s why:
  • Mobile App Usage Statistics

    11 Jun 2015 | 1:04 am
    People access the Internet today more through their mobile phones than through PCs or laptops. That’s a big deal if you consider that around 40% of the world’s population – 3.1 billion people – has access to the Internet today. It’s an even bigger deal if you consider that 89% of the time that people spend online with their mobile phones, is on mobile apps. From being warily regarded as an anarchic upstart, mobile Internet has today become your company’s passport to a digital world. Understanding how mobile users think and behave is pivotal to ensuring your company’s…
  • How to Send a Successful Proposal

    3 Jun 2015 | 6:24 am
    A successful business proposal can be the start of an enriching relationship with your client. It can convince the client that you are the best person equipped to handle his/her business needs, that you are a stickler for quality and you are reliable. The best proposals are straightforward, honest and highlight your strengths without indulging in hard sell. In an intensely competitive business environment, a well-drafted business proposal is often half the battle won. Here are a few tips on how to send a successful business proposal.
  • Is Bootstrap the future of User Interface Design?

    Web Development
    7 May 2015 | 12:50 am
    Bootstrap is a free and open-source gathering of tools for making sites and web applications. It contains HTML- and CSS-based configuration formats for typography, structures, catches, route and other interface segments, and discretionary JavaScript expansions. The bootstrap system relates to straightforwardness web advancement. Why is Bootstrap particularly suited to UI design? Bootstrap is a front end, that is an interface between the client and the server-side code which lives on the “back end” or server. What’s more, it is a web application system, that is a product…
  • Global Mobile App Statistics

    Mobile Apps Marketing
    29 Apr 2015 | 2:41 am
    Gone are the days of getting our news via desktop computers and laptops. Mobile has quickly become the top digital media consumption platform, and people spend more time than ever looking at screens. That said, it is vital for marketers and advertisers to get a clear idea on smartphone adoption, where the mobile app market is now, mobile app usage on different devices, and consumer preferences, among other aspects. Here are some statistics that will deepen your understanding of the mobile consumer, and help you plan your mobile strategy.
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  • List of Lenovo YOGA Devices (Old and New Models)

    21 Jun 2015 | 1:28 am
    Lenovo has come up with an infographics that reveals all the old and latest YOGA models. It all started in the year 2005 when the company developed its first “secret” prototype called Pocket YOGA. This simple idea turned into a reality 7 years later, with the launch of Ideapad YOGA – which is the world’s […] You can read the original blog post here List of Lenovo YOGA Devices (Old and New Models).
  • Huawei Launches Two Smartphones: Honor 6 Plus and Honor 4X (And Here’s What You Need To Know)

    24 Mar 2015 | 12:57 pm
    Honor, the e-brand of Huawei, has launched two smartphones in India. The first is Honor 6 Plus, and it comes with a massive 5.5-inch IPS display screen. And the second is Honor 4X with the exact massive screen. As you see these devices for the first time, they look like twins with strikingly similar configurations. […] You can read the original blog post here Huawei Launches Two Smartphones: Honor 6 Plus and Honor 4X (And Here’s What You Need To Know).
  • Micromax YU Yureka Review (2015): It’s A Strong Contender In The Budget Smartphone Market

    21 Jan 2015 | 11:07 pm
    Having a smartphone with great build quality, excellent performance with an equally affordable price can be a disturbing fact for many. It almost sounds like a good dream. But thanks to the cut-throat smartphone competition, and the glowing desire of mobile companies to design and release reliable devices in the market, we Indians can now […] You can read the original blog post here Micromax YU Yureka Review (2015): It’s A Strong Contender In The Budget Smartphone Market.
  • Google Maps Printing: Here’s How It’s Done!

    11 May 2014 | 10:47 pm
    There is a simple print button right inside the Google Maps to help you print the directions and maps in one sheet. But you didn’t know that. Or probably you did. In this article you will learn how to easily print a Google Map with or without the directions. Before learning this simple ‘art’, let […] You can read the original blog post here Google Maps Printing: Here’s How It’s Done!.
  • Close PayPal Account Without Delete Option

    23 Jan 2014 | 1:52 am
    The process to permanently delete or close any account on the Internet usually requires tremendous effort from your side. The first step in the account deletion process is always the difficult one. Finding the right information, the exact delete link, or the close button is what you should be after — once you have these […] You can read the original blog post here Close PayPal Account Without Delete Option.
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  • Jolla announces focus shift

    7 Jul 2015 | 5:49 am
    And so, a day before I leave for Italy for my Summer vacation, we've got some... News about Jolla. The company just put out a press release, announcing a focus shift. Jolla Ltd., the Finnish mobile company and developer of open mobile operating system Sailfish OS, today announced a change in its company structure and management as further action toward company's strategy to focus on Sailfish OS licensing and development. As of today, the company Jolla Ltd. will concentrate on the development and licensing business of the independent and open mobile operating system Sailfish OS. A new company…
  • Hacking Team hacked, attackers claim 400GB in dumped data

    6 Jul 2015 | 3:34 pm
    On Sunday, while most of Twitter was watching the Women's World Cup - an amazing game from start to finish - one of the world's most notorious security firms was being hacked. Specializing in surveillance technology, Hacking Team is now learning how it feels to have their internal matters exposed to the world, and privacy advocates are enjoying a bit of schadenfreude at their expense. Hacking Team is an Italian company that sells intrusion and surveillance tools to governments and law enforcement agencies. Feels poetic.
  • Revisiting how we build Firefox

    6 Jul 2015 | 3:30 pm
    Big changes afoot for Firefox. We intend to move Firefox away from XUL and XBL, but the discussion of how to do that is in the early stages. There are a ton of unanswered questions: what technologies/best practices for web development should we adopt in its place? How does this affect add-on developers? Is there space for a native-code main-window on desktop like we have on Android? How much time should we spend on this vs. other quality issues? What unanswered questions have we not asked yet? This clearly isn't a small endeavour, but the rationale given seems sound to me.
  • Netherlands: a look at the world's high-tech startup capital

    6 Jul 2015 | 3:26 pm
    It’s a fascinating time to take stock of startup innovation in the Netherlands, a rare turning point where you can watch the hard work of the past give way to the immense promise of the future. Behind London and Berlin, the Dutch startup scene is already considered to be one of the most prominent in Europe. (If it feels unfair to weigh an entire country against individual cities, consider that the Netherlands has 17 million people crammed into an area half the size of South Carolina.) The world of startups is intricately linked to technology, software, and Silicon Valley, but at the same…
  • Microsoft to finalize Windows 10 this week

    6 Jul 2015 | 11:04 am
    Microsoft is planning to finalize Windows 10 this week, ahead of its official launch later this month. Sources familiar with Microsoft’s plans tell The Verge that the company is currently working on final copies of Windows 10, with a release to manufacturing (RTM) build expected later this week. RTM candidate builds have already been spotted online. Once the RTM build is ready, Microsoft will send the final copy of Windows 10 to its PC partners ahead of a release to the public on July 29th. The actual release will be staggered; not everyone will get the update on 29 July. Probably a wise…
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  • Ultimaker 2 Review

    Digital Trends
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:00 am
    The Ultimaker 2 earns its reputation with impressive detail, the ability to crank out rough objects in a hurry when you need it to, and a robust, easy-to-service design. (9 out of 10) Pros High maximum resolution Excellent build quality Cons Expensive Struggles with certain fine details Along with MakerBot, Ultimaker is arguably one […]
  • Lulzbot Mini Review

    7 Jul 2015 | 5:57 am
    Lulzbot 3D printers are visually distinctive with their black steel metal frames and show of 3D printed parts. The inner workings are all on display and make the printer look like it’s been taken from some kind of science lab. Actually that’s not too far from the truth as Aleph Objects, the company behind the […]
  • In Depth: Apple Music Review

    7 Jul 2015 | 3:10 am
    You can count on one finger the number of companies in the world that could launch a new music streaming service and expect to become a major player overnight. That company is Apple and it has duly obliged by launching Apple Music – the long-awaited music app which neatly integrates new-world subscription-based streaming with the […]
  • HP Pro Slate 12 Review

    6 Jul 2015 | 2:42 pm
    If you’re in the market for a large format, professional tablet that looks great, performs well and won’t break the bank, the HP Pro Slate 12 ($529, £349, or AUS$646) is a solid option. Competing against other business tablets, like the Dell Venue 11 Pro 7000 ($700, £437, AU$800) and the Samsung Galaxy Note Pro […]
  • OPPO PM-3 Headphones Review

    6 Jul 2015 | 11:00 am
    The PM-3 is Oppo’s third time around designing a planar-magnetic, closed back headphone after its highly acclaimed PM-1 and PM-2. But the PM-3 stands apart from its higher-end forefathers in a few key ways. The PM-1 and PM-2 are essentially the same design, both high-end luxury open-backed headphones for those willing to pay a premium […]
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  • FonePaw Android Data Recovery : The Data Backup & Recovery Expert For Your Mobile Device

    Deepesh Agarwal
    7 Jul 2015 | 5:03 am
    Losing or having a phone stolen can be a real pain for several reasons. Not only is it a costly exercise if you are not insured, but it can also be an absolute disaster if you have not backed up and saved all the contacts, messages, call-logs and other important information that you have stored on your phone. No worries of this hassle anymore! Introducing FonePaw Android Data Recovery, a simple and incredibly easy way to backup and even scan-recover lost data from your Android Phone. Using the utility you can not only backup your phone data on your PC for safe-keeping but if you find yourself…
  • New Evidence Suggest Apple iPhone 6s To Feature 5MP Front-facing and 12MP Rear-facing Camera

    Deepesh Agarwal
    5 Jul 2015 | 1:39 am
    The rumor-mill is rolling once again on what will be new in upcoming Apple iPhone 6s. Thanks to all the past and this new leak, it is getting more and more certain that the new iPhone will feature a 5MP front-facing and 12MP rear-facing camera. According to some freshly surfaced documents reportedly from Foxconn (the OEM manufacture for Apple), the new generation of the iconic smartphone would feature a 12-megapixel primary camera with 4K video recording having support for 240 fps slow-motion video recording and a 5-megapixel front-facing camera for better looking selfies. It was also…
  • MasterCard Testing System To Authenticate Payments Using Face Recognition

    Deepesh Agarwal
    4 Jul 2015 | 5:09 am
    MasterCard has started testing a new program which will authenticate online purchases using a facial or fingerprint scan. There is no need to buy any additional hardware, the technology will utilize the users smartphone equipped with the front-camera or integrated finger-print scanner to approve the payment. The new biometric security feature will create a digitized map of the scanned biometric data, convert that data into a hash and compare it to the hash stored on Mastercard's servers for verification at the the time of transaction for validation. Users will be able to pay through a mobile…
  • Grab Three Month Unlimited Apple Music Subscription For Free

    Deepesh Agarwal
    3 Jul 2015 | 5:43 am
    Apple changed the music industry with it's iconic iPod and iTunes Store business model. Now the company has ventured into a new turf, allowing users unlimited music for a fixed monthly subscription like Spotify. To get things started Apple is offering a three month free subscription to anyone who owns an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, or PC, the free trial ends for everyone on September 30th, which means if you want to enjoy the freebie it's time you hurry up. Apple iOS users need to update to iOS 8.4 and then click the “Join Apple Music” option under “Account”. People using a Mac or…
  • Raspberry Pi 2 Model B Pinout Diagram

    Deepesh Agarwal
    30 Jun 2015 | 5:03 am
    Raspberry Pi Pinout diagrams comes very handy for the mini-pc users, here is a simple to use pinout for all the ports and General Purpose Input/Output (GPIO) connectors for easy reference. Raspberry Pi 2 Model B Pinout Diagram (Click to expand full-size)
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    Rex Hammock's RexBlog

  • Funny of Die Thinks Old People (in Their 70s) Are a Riot

    Rex Hammock
    28 Jun 2015 | 4:11 pm
    Funny or Die and the music festival Bonnaroo “teamed up” to take four “old people” in their 70s to Bonnaroo so the other 80,000 attendees could see how cute four old people can be when interacting with festival goers and hearing new-fangled music. Old People At Bonnaroo from Funny Or Die   In addition to being blatantly ageist bigotry, the premise seems to fall apart when you consider that Funny or Die’s criteria for being an “old person” is being born before 1946. By that definition, here are some other cute old people they could have…
  • Owning a Tablesaw Doesn’t Make You a Carpenter

    Rex Hammock
    28 Jun 2015 | 6:26 am
    The current Hammock Idea Email uses several analogies that remind us of something we should all know by now, but keep trying to convince ourselves isn’t true: that “tools” are only as good as the people who use them. Don’t just “get” tools. Learn how to use them. What “desktop publishing” was to the 1990s, “content marketing” or “social media marketing” can be to today. As with the desktop publishing myth, a company can purchase all of the software and mine all the data, only to discover that it is the talent, experience, creativity,…
  • The Confederate Flag is NOT a Part of Who I Am

    Rex Hammock
    20 Jun 2015 | 4:06 pm
    By birth, choice and the grace of God, I am a Southerner. I grew up in Alabama and have spent most of my life in Tennessee. In other words, I’ve lived all my life way down yonder in the land of cotton. My love of the South is about home, family and place. It’s about language and literature. It’s about football. It’s about the creativity and cadence found in the way people paint pictures when they recount even the simplest of stories. It’s about food and the aroma of the places where food is prepared. It’s about music. It’s about so many of the people I love. It’s…
  • Every Post About Leadership on LinkedIn Sounds Just Like This

    Rex Hammock
    16 Jun 2015 | 11:03 am
    Apparently, someone has been telling business executives they need to become a “thought leader” by posting a “thought leadership” essay on their LinkedIn account. They apparently are confused by the challenge, thinking they are supposed to write about leadership. Being leaders, they assign the essay to a summer intern, as, well, summer interns are experts on social media, right? And therefore, they know about LinkedIn, right? So who else should write an essay about thought leadership? Or, at least, I hope that’s the reason every essay about leadership on…
  • That Buzz You’re Hearing in Music From Nashvile Isn’t Static

    Rex Hammock
    13 Jun 2015 | 12:28 pm
    A couple of months before it opened in 2013, my cousin’s husband (my first-cousin-in-law?) gave me an incredible tour of Nashville’s impressive new convention center, the Music City Center. (He was a supervising engineer on the project.) In the album of photos I posted on Flickr, I included a shot of four acres of its roof planted with prairie grasses; a part of its water collection system. (There are many more acres of solar panels and other green-things, also.) Earlier this week, I heard this story on Nashville’s public radio station, WPLN, about a volunteer beekeeper…
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    My Technology Guide: Windows, OS X, Linux, iOS, Android and more

  • Bypass Geoblocking to Access Region-Blocked Online Streaming Content Using UnoTelly SmartDNS

    SK Mezanul Haque
    6 Jul 2015 | 2:32 pm
    In this age of technology, where accessing content is so easy and universal, geoblocking content is something that goes against it. The whole concept of region-block or geo-block or geoblocking of content goes against the open nature of the internet. Today, anyone with an internet connection can get access to any kind of content except for... Please click on the title of this post to view the full content. This post is originally published on My Technology Guide. If you are viewing this post on another website, please report us at
  • Samsung Galaxy A8: The Slimmest Android Smartphone Model Yet

    Mari Saito
    29 Jun 2015 | 5:08 pm
    Anyone who has ever owned a Samsung smartphone knows that the company isn’t really known for its slim designs. However, according to recent spec leaks, it looks like Samsung’s breaking with their own traditions. Though its predecessors the Galaxy S6 and A7 are both quite svelte-looking, it seems that Samsung’s newest model, the... Please click on the title of this post to view the full content. This post is originally published on My Technology Guide. If you are viewing this post on another website, please report us at
  • AOMEI Partition Assistant Standard Edition Review, Download

    SK Mezanul Haque
    27 Jun 2015 | 7:50 pm
    Performing any tasks related to hard disk is a daunting task for majority of computer users. All operating systems are equipped with a built-in disk management software that provides basic functions like creating new partitions or deleting existing ones. Microsoft Windows is no exception here. The flagship operating system by Microsoft comes... Please click on the title of this post to view the full content. This post is originally published on My Technology Guide. If you are viewing this post on another website, please report us at
  • Microsoft’s Switch to Windows Phone App allows Android users to move from Android to Windows Phone

    SK Mezanul Haque
    23 Jun 2015 | 5:59 am
    Microsoft has released a new smartphone app titled “Switch to Windows Phone” for Android users. This new application will allow Android users to easily move from Android to Windows Phone platform. The software giant is all set to launch Windows 10 on July 29, 2015. Unlike the desktop version of the operating system, Windows 10 Mobile... Please click on the title of this post to view the full content. This post is originally published on My Technology Guide. If you are viewing this post on another website, please report us at
  • Google Chrome Latest Version Download For Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Mobile

    SK Mezanul Haque
    22 Jun 2015 | 9:30 am
    Google Chrome Team has promoted Chrome 43 to the stable channel for Windows, Mac and Linux. A partial list of changes in the latest Google Chrome update, Chrome 43.0.2357.130, is available here. If you already use Google Chrome you don’t need to worry about downloading the latest version manually. The web browser should download the update... Please click on the title of this post to view the full content. This post is originally published on My Technology Guide. If you are viewing this post on another website, please report us at
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    Digital Inspiration Technology Blog

  • An Improved Gmail Clipper from Evernote

    Amit Agarwal
    1 Jul 2015 | 4:06 am
    Evernote, the quintessential note-taking software, has released a new web clipper add-on for Chrome, Opera and Safari browsers. While the web clipper is primarily used for saving snapshots of web pages to Evernote, the updated version is much more efficient at archiving Gmail messages. When you clip an email thread with the new Evernote clipper, it creates a de-cluttered view and re-formats the whole thread so it is more readable. And if you are clipping a lengthy email conversation in Gmail, you now have an option to select individual messages in the thread that should be saved into…
  • See all your Google Contacts on a Google Map

    Amit Agarwal
    30 Jun 2015 | 3:42 am
    Want to know where you friends and colleagues are? The all-new Map My Contacts app will help you quickly visualize the location of your Google contacts on a world map. It reads the postal addresses of people from your Google Contacts and puts them all in a Google Map using a simple Google script. Create a Google Map with your Google Contacts Publish a Map of Google Contacts It takes one easy step to turn your address book into a Google Map. If you are Google Chrome user, you can install an add-on or you can click here to directly access the “Map My Contacts” web app in any other…
  • Find LinkedIn Profiles with Google Search

    Amit Agarwal
    29 Jun 2015 | 5:24 am
    LinkedIn, the largest network of professionals in the world, is also the favorite hunting ground for recruiters and staffing agencies. Whether you are looking for a list of college students who are currently interning at Facebook or a head hunter building a pool of presumptive candidates, LinkedIn will not disappoint. LinkedIn has a useful search function to help you find potential candidates but do you know that Google search can also help to find people on LinkedIn. Google indexes every public profile of LinkedIn and if you perform people search on LinkedIn via Google, you get a few…
  • How to Update Files in Google Drive without Changing the Link

    Amit Agarwal
    29 Jun 2015 | 12:59 am
    John uploaded a PDF file in Google Drive and shared it with Peter. A week later, John updated the PDF file and uploaded the new version to Google Drive. Peter however still has the link to the old version and John will have to send him another email informing of the new version. Confusing, right? You’ve probably gone through this situation where you have multiple copies of the same file residing in your Google Drive and, while you would like everyone to use the latest version, they are either not aware that the file has been updated or it takes too much work to locate it in the Drive.
  • Wikipedia Available as a Printed Book

    Amit Agarwal
    27 Jun 2015 | 1:36 am
    The English edition of Wikipedia Encyclopedia contains around 5 million articles and if someone were to print the entire Wikipedia encyclopedia into a book, the size of the printed book would roughly be equivalent to 2000+ volumes of the Encyclopedia Britannica (source). Rob Matthews, a graphics design student from UK, converted 5000 pages of Wikipedia into a printed book in 2012. He downloaded few hundred featured articles from Wikipedia and bound them together in a physical book that was almost 1’7″ thick. Rob’s website ( has been taken over by domain…
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  • Former attorney general calls Snowden deal possible

    7 Jul 2015 | 9:20 am
    The “possibility exists” for the U.S. Department of Justice to cut a deal that would allow surveillance leaker Edward Snowden to return to the U.S., a former attorney general said in a media interview.Snowden, who leaked information about the National Security Agency’s surveillance programs, “spurred a necessary debate” about the collection of U.S. telephone records, former Attorney General Eric Holder told Yahoo News.The DOJ, however, hasn’t changed its official position on Snowden, a spokesman said. The DOJ wants Snowden to return to the U.S. from Russia and face criminal…
  • Firefox for Windows 10 planned as Mozilla ramps up browser's release pace

    7 Jul 2015 | 8:59 am
    Mozilla will accelerate the release of new features for its Firefox browser, dumping its current 18-week development schedule for something nimbler, a company manager told contributors last week. The firm will also deliver a browser for Windows 10, a reversal of a 2014 decision to stop work on a touch-based version of Firefox for Microsoft’s OS. In a pair of messages that Dave Camp, director of Firefox engineering, posted to a mail list, as well as a blog post, Mozilla summarized some of the decisions it reached at an all-hands meeting in Whistler, a Canadian ski resort town north of…
  • Why Sony vows to stay in the smartphone business: The Internet of Things

    7 Jul 2015 | 8:22 am
    Don’t expect Sony to give up on smartphones like it did with PCs last year. Speaking with Arabian Business, Sony Mobile President and CEO Hiroki Totoki countered rumors that the company might sell off its phone business. Sony is the 10th-largest phone vendor according to Gartner, but the business is losing money, and in January sources told Reuters that the company was mulling a sale or joint venture for its phone operations.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
  • BBC reveals Micro:bit, a programmable PC that fits in your pocket

    7 Jul 2015 | 8:15 am
    The BBC is getting into the hardware hacking craze with its second device aimed at school age children in the last 34 years. The British broadcaster recently unveiled the Micro:bit, a mini-programmable computer meant to teach children how to code and develop hardware projects. The device will be given away to every child in Year 7 at schools in the U.K.—around one million students—beginning in October. Before the end of the year, the device will also be available for sale to customers in the U.K. and other points around the globe. Presumably that includes the U.S. Unlike other popular…
  • Two tools that help you stop over-using words in your documents

    7 Jul 2015 | 7:58 am
    I go through phases with my writing. Sometimes I feel like every second sentence needs to start with “but,” then I start using “however,” which becomes “nevertheless,” and on and on it goes until the bad habit stops. For times like those, it’s handy to use a word frequency tool to understand how often I’m using problem words. Here are two ways to get that done. One is easy and the other is a little advanced.Web app solution Text Fixer’s Word Analysis Tool.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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    Data Connections

  • How to Protect Your Data with Driver-Level Encryption

    Manny Vegara
    6 Jul 2015 | 10:28 am
    Manny Vegara, Principal Sales Engineer, CALA Progress DataDirect provides driver-level encryption, securing the last mile of connectivity with SSL/TLS Encryption. When working with Big Data, security should be a priority. Several high-profile data breaches in government, retail and banking in the past few years have made this threat very real. In this new world where every detail of our lives can be recorded and held in databases, the organizations collecting that data have a responsibility to protect their customers. To do that, they need to stay ahead of the hackers and invest in technology…
  • Progress Delivers Proven Performance

    Jesse Davis
    1 Jul 2015 | 5:30 am
    Jesse Davis, Director of Software Engineering, Progress DataDirect Jesse Davis explains how Progress DataDirect delivers the best in data connectivity and integration. Synchronize your watches people—the entire world is accelerating. Everything in life now requires us to be more efficient, more nimble, and faster. Both our personal and professional lives are caught in this acceleration loop. Time is a commodity, so we do everything we can to save every second. Data is of utmost importance, at the core of everything we do. The applications you build on this data are critical to your success.
  • Easily Connect All Your Data to Tableau

    Chris Doran
    30 Jun 2015 | 5:30 am
    Chris Doran, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Progress Easyl Chris Doran demonstrates powerful data blending to Tableau analytics with Progress Easyl. For marketing analysts and business intelligence (BI) professionals, there is a real struggle to access data. The data you need to do your job is locked away in a number of sources across your organization, both on premise and in the cloud. What appears to be a simple task often ends up being a grueling process of tracking down, combining and shaping row after row of data before you can even begin working in Tableau or another BI or analytics…
  • DataDirect Upgrades Connectivity to MongoDB

    Brad Wright
    26 Jun 2015 | 8:10 am
    Brad Wright, Product Manager, Progress DataDirect Brad Wright introduces the latest version of DataDirect for MongoDB, which improves performance, usability and support.  Right now, MongoDB is on fire. According to, it is neck-and-neck with PostgreSQL as number four among most popular databases, making it the most popular NoSQL database option by far. Despite this popularity, organizations adopting MongoDB still often run into challenges integrating their data with SQL-based applications such as analytics tools. You don’t need to worry though, because the latest Progress®…
  • Unlock Your MongoDB Data for BI and Analytics

    Idaliz Baez
    22 Jun 2015 | 5:00 am
    Join our webinar on June 25 to see how Progress brings ODBC and JDBC connectivity to MongoDB. The flexibility of MongoDB is great for data that does not have a one-to-one relationship. But answering crucial business questions from this highly complex data requires a relational view. Progress® DataDirect® connectivity for MongoDB normalizes your non-relational data to a more familiar relational format. This normalization allows you to: Enable your analytics applications, such as Tableau or Microstrategy, to access MongoDB data to give you the business intelligence you need Access your…
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    Dan Lew – Entrepreneur

  • Opportunity Vs Passion

    6 Jul 2015 | 9:11 pm
    In this podcast I talk about how opportunity effects the path that lies ahead and how you can either let it pass you or take advantage of it. I also talk about having an ordinary day job or thing that you like doing and turning it into a business using an Entrepreneurial mindset. Hey there, what’s up? This is Daniel Lew bringing to you another podcast session. Hope you’re doing great! You’re going to get a lot out of this podcast session I’m going to bring to you today and in this podcast session, we’re going to be talking about opportunity vs. passion and pretty much how you can…
  • How to Stay Alive in Business

    30 Jun 2015 | 10:32 pm
    In this podcast I talk about taking care of yourself first before taking care of others, learn how to be selfish in a good way. – Opportunity – the game is always changing so be mindful of that and be open to other opportunities. What works today may not work tomorrow etc. – Taking care of your customers, Keep learning, keep Tweaking and everything else inbetween. Enjoy! Hey there! I hope you’re doing great. This is Dan Lew bringing to you live, a podcast session. I’m going to be talking today about how to stay alive in business, okay? Now, a lot of things go on in…
  • Rich Mindset

    26 Jan 2015 | 1:05 am
    Watch this video to get my take on how you should position your thinking to a mindset that will lead you to wealth.  
  • Business Clarity and Competition

    22 Jan 2015 | 8:08 pm
    In this video I am going to talk about how you can tweak your mindset into achieving success in your online business.
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    Techipedia | Tamar Weinberg

  • 17 Productivity Tools for the Ultimate Business Gain

    Tamar Weinberg
    11 Jun 2015 | 5:54 am
    Every so often, I reevaluate the tools I use to see if something is better. I’m very open and flexible about discovering new technologies because I strive for efficiencies, especially as my work environment is not the same as most others. In short, I work remotely. I’ve worked successfully with many teams that have been distributed across the world and the startup that is now a media powerhouse was originally established with several of the key players working across continents. In short, it’s easy to work remotely these days, especially with the tools available to us in…
  • Social Media Purism Stupidity is what Gets You Fired

    Tamar Weinberg
    8 Jun 2015 | 6:00 am
    Ten years ago, social media marketing did not exist. There were online communities. People participated on those communities. It became possible, all of the sudden, for marketers to participate within those communities because they saw an opportunity. And so, all of the sudden, this pure network of sorts became a place for marketers, as they always do, to capitalize upon. In the beginning, a core group of social media marketers were making waves on sites that have since shut down, creating the foundation for social media marketing as we see it today. This very small group of social media…
  • 5 People Focused Social and Data Tools You Should Be Using

    Tamar Weinberg
    15 Apr 2015 | 6:00 am
    I absolutely love people data. In today’s day and age, knowing everything about your business–including the people interacting within and beyond it–is of critical importance to your success as a company. Therefore, I am always running after tools that help me learn more about the people I am working with or conversing with online. While I say I don’t accept story pitches for Techipedia, for people-focused tools in the same category as the below, I’d gladly make an exception. This is an area I am very passionate about. Since my business is 100% online, it’s…
  • What’s Your Work Ethic? An Argument for Remote Employees

    Tamar Weinberg
    19 Mar 2015 | 5:45 am
    We live in a connected culture. Whereas a mere decade ago, we were on a slower Internet (for the most part), strides in technology have enabled us to be more productive in our online communications. Email is still a pretty ubiquitous method of chatting with people around the world whether for business or pleasure, and new collaboration tools such as Slack and HipChat create always-on virtual meeting experiences. Video chat speaks to our accountability for our presence by a computer, and facilitates global meetings, enabling a seamless culture wherever one is. Our cellular devices are…
  • Does Social Media Impact Sales at Tobacco and Adult Themed Stores?

    Tamar Weinberg
    11 Feb 2015 | 6:46 am
    What is the value of social media as it relates to retail ROI? Is there a point in putting sharing buttons on my e-commerce website if I don’t know how that translates to actionable data regarding revenue? Everyone is doing things with respect to social, but in e-commerce, what is the point? Can I even truly attribute social data to return on investment? These are good and absolutely fair questions. AddShoppers** is one of the coolest technologies I have ever seen for the e-commerce space and is the only offering I have encountered that has such a breadth of data on social ROI in online…
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    Houston Web Design, Social Media, Online Marketing, SEO, Web Development in The Woodlands, Texas

  • SEO, now SMO: What is Social Media Optimization and How to Use It

    ITVibes Support
    2 Jul 2015 | 7:31 am
    Just when you thought you’ve got the idea of Search Engine Optimization, or you at least know what SEO stands for, along comes another acronym to add to your Online Marketing artillery.  Introducing SMO, which stands for Social Media Optimization.  We use SEO to optimize the content for our website to promote a greater online presence, and while SMO deals with your company’s content, if focuses more on the engagement and interaction with relevant communities on social networks. This is an important difference between SEO and SMO.  SMO is not about how many links to your website you…
  • Meet the Newest Addition to the ITVibes Team!

    ITVibes Support
    25 Jun 2015 | 5:36 am
    Welcome Valerie Wilson to ITVibes! Valerie has joined ITVibes as a Content & SEO Manager and will work closely with Lisa Dent and Vanessa Romero on the Content Management team. Valerie has professional experience working at Reynolds & Reynolds and at the English Language Institute at Texas A&M. Her experience is enhanced by her Major in Telecommunication and Media Studies; Minor in Theater and customer service experience at Chick-fil-A. As a Content Manager, Valerie is responsible for research, writing, publishing and distribution of content for the purpose of driving traffic…
  • Rise of Mobile Online Use and the Importance of a Mobile Friendly Website

    ITVibes Support
    19 Jun 2015 | 11:24 am
    When building and designing a website, a business’s priority is the ease of use for the customer. Our worst nightmare is the lost opportunity to enrich a client’s life through our service due to frustration and difficulty navigating our web page. And when it is all said and done, your website may look perfect on all browsers, in all resolutions, and on all computers, but it may still be missing one critical aspect: smartphone and tablet compatibility. Growing Mobile Device Use Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, a company that focuses on early stage business development,…
  • Quality Content vs. Black Hat SEO

    4 Jun 2015 | 10:00 am
    In his article for HubSpot, “Confessions of a Google Spammer,” former black hat SEO writer Jeff Deutsch explained why going the “black hat” SEO route is a very bad idea, and why producing quality content and using an inbound marketing approach is the way to go instead. What does “black hat SEO” mean? It essentially means using unethical methods to boost your ratings on search engines. Black hat SEO is writing exclusively for the search engines rather than trying to provide good content for your clients or your clients’ customers or potential customers. It is not only frowned…
  • Real-Time Tweets Now Included in Search Results

    20 May 2015 | 1:29 pm
    Social media marketing is becoming more important each year when it comes to Search Engine Optimization (SEO). For example, Twitter and Google’s most recent annoucement. Twitter is now partnering with Google to include real-time tweets that are related to searches performed by users on their mobile app or browser.  For now, it is limited to the Google app for iOS and Android, Google’s mobile website, and mobile browsers for which Google is the default search engine.  At this point, it is also English only.  However, it will be available in a desktop web version soon and is…
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    Lost in Technology

  • Factors in Ideal Broadband Internet Speed

    15 Jun 2015 | 7:48 am
    Not getting the advertised speeds from your provider’s high speed Internet connection can be a frustrating experience, as simple pages take much longer to load than usual and advanced tasks such as media streaming and video chat become nearly unusable. There are a number of factors that determine the effective speed of a broadband connection at a given home, and these seemingly small variables can make a tremendous difference in the experience of using the Internet. Your Provider If you are experiencing regular slowdowns over a period of weeks or months, the provider you use for your…
  • 5 Smartwatches We Are Loving in 2015

    9 Jun 2015 | 10:35 pm
      By Jane Blanchard Via Flickr   Have you been intrigued by the potentional of owning a smartwatch but been overwhelmed by the choices and the high price tags? I have to admit when I first heard about smartwatches I imagined a dorky oversized watch that did annoying things like beep at you in the middle of a meeting. Luckily, people much smarter than me have envisioned something pretty amazing for the smartwatch space. These are a few of the watches that are really standing out this year. LG Watch Urbane LTE This smartwatch is seriously cool to look at but it also has some pretty…
  • Free Defraggler by Piriform

    26 May 2015 | 5:28 am
    If your computer takes a while to boot up, access files and open programs you may need to defragment your hard drive.  Defragmenting your hard disk enables your computer to access and open files faster. Although this technology is not new, not all computer users defragment their hard drives. In most cases, computer users won’t defragment because it takes too much time or they don’t know how to do it. What is Defragmenting? Defragmentation is a computer process that reduces the fragmented files in your hard drive. In layman, the process organizes the files in a mass storage device (i.e.
  • Google I/O Conference 2015

    12 May 2015 | 4:28 am
    Google’s I/O conference is set to take place on May 28th to the 29th. This annual event is for developers and tech enthusiasts who want to explore, know and to be kept up to date on latest Google tech trends. This event is to be held at Moscone, West Convention Center in San Francisco. Unfortunately, none of our team members can attend this event on location this year but we will surely watch the live stream. Things to watch out for 2015 I/O The schedule looks promising and we are definitely interested in many of the subjects some of these are: Video chat for Web, iOS and Android –…
  • Funny Tweets

    Nick Fitzpatrick
    10 May 2015 | 1:52 am
    funny tweet 2 funny tweet 3 funny tweet 4 funny tweet 5 funny tweet 6 funny tweet 7 funny tweet 8 funny tweet 10 funny tweet Will Ferrell what are you thinking? Probably best done while you're drunk This question is pointless It's jr. Voldemort Approves Imagine a world where you can avada kedavra your enemies. Complete your life with this step. Step 1. Adopt some cats. Cats are able to fill those empty voids. Airmail still exists?! Then, so does Santa! Babies remind us to cherish our lives ... As single individuals Gods can have fun too! Mythological gods that is... Oh Kanye... We get…
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  • Guess What My Office Has In Common With The Burj Khalifa And HMS Queen Mary II

    Deepak Kumar
    4 Jul 2015 | 2:17 pm
    Air conditioning! And not just Burj Khalifa and HMS Queen Mary II, but also Emirates Palace Hotel (Abu Dhabi), 9 out of 15 Common Wealth Games... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • DU Speed Booster Review

    Deepak Kumar
    3 Jul 2015 | 2:13 pm
    We use our smartphone for so many purposes. It is used for calling, gaming, watching movies and using the Internet. With apps coming for ever small... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • ES File Explorer Review

    Deepak Kumar
    3 Jul 2015 | 2:13 pm
    With more and more storage coming to smartphones, the number of apps and files is also increasing. There was a time when we used to have only 10-15... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • DU Battery Saver Review

    Deepak Kumar
    3 Jul 2015 | 2:12 pm
    There was a time when having a 1GB of RAM and 2GHz of clock speed was considered as the best specification for a smartphone. Now, we have a 4GB RAM... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Advantages Of Engaging Real Estate Agent In Buy/Sale Of A Property?

    Ram kumar
    2 Jul 2015 | 7:29 am
    Chennai property is amongst the fastest growing realty markets in the country and has the potential to become the number one destination in terms of... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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  • BBC Gives Away a Million Free micro:bits to Schools

    Vanja Kljaic
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:19 am
    Yes, everybody is a winner here! BBC decided to give away a million free micro:bits to schools, entertaining the science values in school children across the country. ARM, Freescale and Samsung are part of this, giving their full support to the worthy plan. There are several companies which gave full support to the BBC micro:bit pocket computer. It will be given to all Year 7 children in the UK in the Autumn. The companies have supported the project from concept to reality in close partnership with the BBC’s engineering teams. Additionally, this has been a cooperation that also includes…
  • BMW Group and SCHERM Group officially put an electric truck into service

    Vanja Kljaic
    7 Jul 2015 | 6:02 am
    Being at the forefront of ecological and clean transportation, that’s what many car makers stride for today. For BMW the idea has been translated to reality as BMW Group and the SCHERM group will employ 100% electric trucks in their service. This means the BMW Group will be the first automobile manufacturer in Europe to use a 40-ton electric truck for material transport on public roads. It was launched at the BMW Group Plant in Munich by Bavaria’s Minister of Economic Affairs, Ilse Aigner. The 40-ton electric truck is a model from the Dutch manufacturer Terberg which has completed its…
  • 2016 Mazda3 Comes With More Features And Costs Reduced

    Vanja Kljaic
    7 Jul 2015 | 5:05 am
    Mazda North American Operations today announced pricing for the slightly renewed Mazda 3 model. The Mazda 3 will be sold at starting MSRP $17,845. The vehicle is a great combination of safety, comfort and design which brings a wholly different option for hatchback/sedan buying customers in the United States. The Mazda3 is available with a 155-horsepower SKYACTIV-G 2.0-liter engine in Mazda3 i configuration or a 184-horsepower SKYACTIV-G 2.5-liter engine in Mazda3 s vehicles. You can combine these with a six-speed manual or available six-speed automatic transmission and in four or five-door…
  • Football Manager: The Game You Must Play

    Florian Christoph
    7 Jul 2015 | 3:09 am
    Football Manager (FM) is the best game of all time. It doesn’t matter which instalment you are playing, it is still the best game in the world. For those who have not played the game before, below is a brief overview of this classic franchise. By the end of it you will probably be shelling out for your very own copy. Availability The latest Football Manager – FM15 – is available on Microsoft Windows, OS X, Linux, iOS, and Android platforms. There is no reason to believe that FM16 will be any different. The Basics As you may guess from the title, the game sees you occupy a…
  • Samsung Brings 2TB Solid State Drives To Your Computer

    Vanja Kljaic
    6 Jul 2015 | 10:13 am
    We have been lucky and were able to use solid state drives for a few years now. This ensured lightning fast performance even in daily usage circumstances. While the solid state drives are fast, they lacked in capacity. Many have argued that you would need an SSD with HDD combination, to fully utilize your computer speed. But with the advent of much faster, larger and better solid state drives, this is all turned in a completely new direction. A few years back, you had to bend over backwards to afford more than 1TB of Solid State Drive capacity in terms of finances. With the release of these…
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  • Muses Labs collects $785K of $3M equity offering

    7 Jul 2015 | 7:19 am
    Raleigh-based Muses Labs, which is bringing to market a next-generation personalized combination therapy for Alzheimer's disease, has raised nearly $800,000 of a $3 million equity offering, according to a regulatory filing.
  • Biologics expands into new corporate office

    7 Jul 2015 | 6:22 am
    Biologics Inc., a complex care management firm, has grown from 68 employees to 350 over the past five years and is expanding into a new 76,000 square foot office building in Cary. The company says the move is the first in a series of planned expansion projects for the company.
  • Tetris owner goes solar

    7 Jul 2015 | 6:07 am
    High above the bustling city of Honolulu, in a quiet, exclusive hillside neighborhood where some of the island's wealthiest residents live, there is an extravagant home that's not quite like the others. The 6,000-square-foot house has a view overlooking Diamond Head, Waikiki and the Pacific Ocean, and two Tesla cars in the driveway. It's not the two electric cars that set the property apart from its swanky neighbors.
  • Effects of new Reg A funding rules could be huge

    7 Jul 2015 | 4:40 am
    New U.S. Reg A plus funding rules that kicked in mid-June allow middle class mom and pop investors to have skin in a game previously open only to high net worth individuals and could have a major impact on how entrepreneurs grow their companies. "This is going to be huge and we want to get in early," Steve Sadler, CEO of Allegiancy, a Richmond, VA, firm with a Triangle presence says.
  • Winston-Salem's Inmar acquires Scanner Applications

    7 Jul 2015 | 4:29 am
    Winston-Salem-based promotions industry tech firm Inmar has acquired Scanner Applications of Cincinnati in a deal intended to create a single platform to tell retailers and manufacturers how their promotions are performing. Financial details of the transaction were not disclosed.
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  • Guess What My Office Has In Common With The Burj Khalifa And HMS Queen Mary II

    Deepak Kumar
    4 Jul 2015 | 2:17 pm
    Air conditioning! And not just Burj Khalifa and HMS Queen Mary II, but also Emirates Palace Hotel (Abu Dhabi), 9 out of 15 Common Wealth Games... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • DU Speed Booster Review

    Deepak Kumar
    3 Jul 2015 | 2:13 pm
    We use our smartphone for so many purposes. It is used for calling, gaming, watching movies and using the Internet. With apps coming for ever small... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • ES File Explorer Review

    Deepak Kumar
    3 Jul 2015 | 2:13 pm
    With more and more storage coming to smartphones, the number of apps and files is also increasing. There was a time when we used to have only 10-15... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • DU Battery Saver Review

    Deepak Kumar
    3 Jul 2015 | 2:12 pm
    There was a time when having a 1GB of RAM and 2GHz of clock speed was considered as the best specification for a smartphone. Now, we have a 4GB RAM... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Advantages Of Engaging Real Estate Agent In Buy/Sale Of A Property?

    Ram kumar
    2 Jul 2015 | 7:29 am
    Chennai property is amongst the fastest growing realty markets in the country and has the potential to become the number one destination in terms of... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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    Terry White's Tech Blog

  • Aperlite YH-500N Review: A Great Low Cost Speedlight for Nikon & Canon Photographers

    Terry White
    6 Jul 2015 | 9:11 pm
    Speedlights are great for being able to light your subject on location. You get a portable, battery operated solution that with the right modifiers can be a great asset. The only problem is that the name brand speedlights by Nikon and Canon cost hundreds of dollars. This makes it hard to justify buying two or three of them. My main speedlight is a Nikon SB910 and it’s currently going for $546.95 at B&H. That price point puts them in the range of studio strobes. At the end of the day you need a good light that works with the functions of your camera such as TTL, and doesn’t eat…
  • Is the Amazon Echo worth it? REVIEW

    Terry White
    5 Jul 2015 | 9:11 pm
    If you’re an Amazon Prime member then you were probably given the chance to order an Amazon Echo early and for the introductory price of $99. I took them up on their offer and ordered the Amazon Echo a few months back. I wasn’t really sure what it would do for me or if it would be worth it. I received my unit and went through the setup process using the iPhone app. It was pretty easy to setup, connect it to my WiFi network and configure it with my Pandora Radio and iHeart Radio accounts. From that point on I could just say “Alexa” and ask it pretty much anything that I…
  • How to shoot fireworks and cheat

    Terry White
    3 Jul 2015 | 10:20 pm
    First off Happy Independence Day 2015! I know that many of you will go out and shoot fireworks this weekend. I started a little early shooting last night. Believe it or not it was my first time shooting fireworks professionally. I just hadn’t been to a fireworks display with  my gear in all these years. The last time I remember trying to photograph fireworks was years ago and it was a disaster because I made the amateur mistake of trying to photograph them handheld. Every shot was a blurry mess. A few years back my buddy Scott Kelby was looking for a topic to blog about and I said…
  • 5 Books to Improve Your Photography

    Terry White
    2 Jul 2015 | 9:11 pm
    I haven’t met a photographer yet that doesn’t think they could improve their craft. We attend seminars, we practice, we buy new gear, we watch other pros via YouTube and we read books. I thought I would give you 5 books that will help you improve your photography.   It’s Not About the F-Stop by Jay Maisel Jay’s book is all about tips and advice on everything from locations and gear to bring to people and enthusiasm. A great motivational piece: You can get it here.   Understand Exposure, 3rd Edition: How to Shoot Great Photographs with Any Camera by Bryan…
  • Why I shoot Nikon?

    Terry White
    29 Jun 2015 | 9:11 pm
    I can’t believe how many times this question comes up. Usually it’s asked by new photographers or photographers that haven’t yet made a decision on which brand DSLR they’re going to go with. Last week I attended a photography meet-up at one of the local studios. Keep in mind that this was just a casual setting and I didn’t even bring my gear (in hindsight I wish I had as there were some shooting opportunities there with new models). Two of the photographers walked up to me and we started talking about photography and videography in general. One of them asked me…
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  • Demi Moore: Is A Reality Show With Bruce Willis, Scout, Tallulah, and Rumer Willis in Her Future?

    Kimberly Ripley
    7 Jul 2015 | 9:41 am
    Demi Moore may soon find herself in the midst of a family reality show–at least if daughters Scout, Tallulah, and Rumer Willis have their way. Their dad Bruce Willis might be involved as well. Contact Music reports that Demi Moore’s daughters want to star in their own reality TV show. “The girls don’t want to live off their parents’ success. ... The post Demi Moore: Is A Reality Show With Bruce Willis, Scout, Tallulah, and Rumer Willis in Her Future? appeared first on WebProNews.
  • Tinder Is Verifying People Now

    Josh Wolford
    7 Jul 2015 | 9:10 am
    It might sound like a strange thing for famous people to do, but there are plenty of celebrities on Tinder (at least by rumor). Celebs – they’re just like us – swiping right with impunity. Now, Tinder wants you to know if it’s your lucky day and you actually matched with a famous person. Tinder is beginning to verify people. ... The post Tinder Is Verifying People Now appeared first on WebProNews.
  • Chris Tucker, Netflix Sued over Standup Special

    Josh Wolford
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:47 am
    On July 10, Rush Hour star Chris Tucker’s first-ever standup special will land on Netflix, as an exclusive. Now, just a few days before his big moment, the actor is being hit with a lawsuit. TMZ reports that another comedian is responsible for the lawsuit. Terry Hodges is suing both Tucker and Netflix, claiming he’s been working on the special, ... The post Chris Tucker, Netflix Sued over Standup Special appeared first on WebProNews.
  • This Feature Should Get People Watching A Lot More Video On Facebook

    Chris Crum
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:32 am
    Facebook is testing a new video feature, which would should help increase views on the desktop. It lets you pop a video out of your News Feed (or out of a Facebook Page) and continue watching while you scroll. Remember how awesome it was when YouTube finally started letting you continue watching videos on your mobile device while browsing the ... The post This Feature Should Get People Watching A Lot More Video On Facebook appeared first on WebProNews.
  • Google Is Testing Self-Driving Cars in Austin

    Josh Wolford
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:22 am
    Last month, a fleet of Google’s self-driving cars hit public roads in California. Before that, testing on private roads had always happened around Mountain View. Now, for the first time, Google has taken its self-driving cars outside of California. The company is now testing the technology in Austin, Texas. Well, car, that is. “It’s summertime, so millions of Americans are ... The post Google Is Testing Self-Driving Cars in Austin appeared first on WebProNews.
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  • Instagram Bringing High Resolution Images Soon?

    Arpit Verma
    6 Jul 2015 | 9:52 am
    Instagram and Facebook have become the staple places for everyone to share images today. In fact, today we would much rather upload pictures on Instagram or Facebook in order to share them with the relatives or friends, rather than have an album made out or even send them the pictures personally. While both Facebook and Instagram are really good and easy ways to share image and more, the problem with the entire piece is the fact that both the services really shrink the quality of the images. You can neither zoom in and with Instagram you are stuck with a very low quality 640x square images…
  • Flipkart Brings an Interesting Image Search Feature to its Application

    Arpit Verma
    1 Jul 2015 | 10:44 pm
    There has always been that moment where we have looked at a dress or a suit and wished, if only we could own the same. It is too embarrassing then to go and ask the person where did you pick the dress from and worst is asking the cost of the same. This is where Flipkart’s update to its mobile app would prove to be a life saver, at least to the girls who always have an eye for the next awesome dress. Taking cue from the Amazon Firephone, whereby you can scan objects with the camera and search for it on the Amazon site, Flipkart has brought in a feature where you will be able to click the…
  • Apple Music is Live in India with iOS 8.4

    Arpit Verma
    30 Jun 2015 | 10:41 pm
    Apple announced the update to iOS 8.4 last night at around 8:30 PM in India. It is an incremental update and one that has generated a lot of interest among people. While you have the regular list of bug fixes that have come along, it is the introduction of Apple Music that has made the update so news worthy. Apple Music is Apple’s way of competing with the likes of Spotify and other online music streaming services. Apple Music revamps the Music app on iOS and you have a new icon and a completely redone interface to put emphasis on users using the streaming service. And we are really…
  • OnePlus Confirms that OnePlus 2 Will Come with a Finger Print Sensor

    Arpit Verma
    29 Jun 2015 | 10:10 pm
    OnePlus has been teasing their upcoming flagship device, the OnePlus 2 for a while now. It is clear that the device is set to launch on July 27th via a unique VR concept which would require the fans to purchase the VR cardboards to be able to be a part of the launch itself. While the cardboards themselves will not cost anything, the users will have to ay for the shipping costs. While we wait for the launch of the device, OnePlus has taken up to their forum as well as their Social Media pages to tease the features of the device as well as give us a peek in to what are the things that we can…
  • Apple has already started testing iPhone with Force Touch

    Arpit Verma
    28 Jun 2015 | 10:54 pm
    If 2013/14 was the year of Touch ID, 2015 has been all about Force Touch. As wrong as that name sounds, Force Touch is all about pressure sensitivity and we have seen it in the new MacBook Airs as well as the Apple Watch. Force Touch provides another way of differential input for the device. It is now being reported that not just the MacBooks and Apple Watches, the next iteration of iPhones would also bring Force Touch which would allow for an extra layer of inputs on the touch screen. The mass production of the device is set to begin sometime next month though the testing has already begun.
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  • Niche Genetics Reviews - Best Profitable Keyword Research App

    4 Jul 2015 | 10:04 am
    Best Complete Keyword & Niche Research. Focus on only the high-traffic/low competition keywords that will deliver laser-targeted traffic to your sites.
  • SociVids Demo

    4 Jul 2015 | 9:04 am
    How to Put Your Opt-in form, Call To Action and Buy Button on Top of Any Video - SociVids Demo by Brett Rutecky. Imagine listing relevant products on training, information, pre-sell, and sales videos. Customers see it as a relevant value add-on and be more likely to buy your affiliate products, sign up to your lists, and complete your CPA offers! In fact - SociVids allows you to: add buy buttons on top of videos use opt-in forms in middle of videos to build your list on autopilot Use the power of Facebook to skyrocket your business With SociVids, you're…
  • Transform Any Video Into a Money Making Machine - SociVids by Brett Rutecky

    28 Jun 2015 | 8:33 am
    Buy Buttons & Opt-in Forms on Top Of Videos!'s the coolest thing about this software - it works like clockwork!In fact - a beta tester has been able to generate over $50k by using it.The best part is you can be making your first commission within a few hours of using it!That's because with SociVids, you don't need a website, technical skills, a product or even traffic!You can use any video on Youtube, add a BUY button on top of it or an opt-in form that works right inside the video - and use it on Facebook to tap into the insane social traffic…
  • Video Sales Blueprint Review - Sam Bakker and Sam Robinson

    1 May 2015 | 4:54 pm
    Today I want to introduce you to a system called "Video Sales Blueprint" that's going to help you to create and record videos with Video Motion Pro that "Sell".Not only that - the Sam's (Yes there are two of them) have also packaged up some of the best video resources graphics and video motion backgrounds the market has seen all year. You can find out more about it here:'s what it includes: - Step by step training on how to create converting videos for your sales videos.- Some of our highest converting Video Script templates you can use and implement in your…
  • Create Beautiful Facebook Covers – Youzign by Bertrand Diouly Osso and Martin Crumlish

    21 Feb 2015 | 10:02 pm
    For Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube.Create Facebook covers, Twitter covers and Youtube channel arts in seconds with Youzign.This is a great way to promote your brand on social media, or you can use this feature to sell these services to clients.And that’s not all, Youzign are about to add Google+, Instagram and Pinterest plus loads more.And because the Youzign team is constantly keeping track of the latest evolution in social media marketing, you’ll never have to search for dimensions on Google ever again.Youzign take care of that.
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  • How a Cellphone Signal Booster Works

    7 Jul 2015 | 5:50 am
    It is incredible how far science has come and totally unpredictable where it is going. Introduction of wireless mobile technology was a breakthrough in the recent past. As a result of this revolution of distant wireless communication, entire world has become a small global village. But still, this wireless communication technology is not available equally all over the world. There are areas where network connectivity is absolutely poor due to weak signal strength. Results are annoying including poor quality calls, sudden call drops and slow internet. But that was many years ago! Is poor…
  • Top 5, Best, Free Cloud Storage Services in 2015

    2 Jul 2015 | 9:04 am
    Back in the year of 2007 when Drew Houston, CEO of Dropbox, had become frustrated of misplacing his USB storage drive the very idea of using cloud technology for personal data storage was unfathomable. However today, every new data storage company seems to be offering cheap or free cloud storage solutions. Gone are the days when people needed to email themselves files and documents so they can continue working on a different computer. The idea itself might seem bizarre and funny today but it was a necessity prior to the era of archiving files on cloud storage services. How to Choose The Best…
  • Top 5 ‘Hidden’ and ‘Secret’ Features in Gmail that Nobody Told You About!

    28 Jun 2015 | 4:41 am
    5 Secret Gmail Features You Didn’t Know Existed! Gmail is perhaps the most widely used online email service and it is quite powerful too. as far as the various features are concerned. If you’ve been using Gmail as your primary email client on a daily basis, you may think that you already know every tip and trick that Gmail has to offer. However, there’s a whole bunch of incredibly powerful and immensely cool Gmail features that you may not know that they exist. In fact, they’re hidden in plain sight and are like Google Easter Eggs! Some of these cool features are directly…
  • 4 Criteria to Evaluate DDoS Mitigation Providers [Infographic]

    26 Jun 2015 | 3:02 am
    How fast could your internal IT department stop a potential DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attack? On average, a DDoS attack isn’t detected by IT teams until 4.5 hours after it has commenced and usually it takes another 4.9 hours before mitigation can begin. With IT services outage costs averaging as high as $100,000 per hour, it essentially means that a DDoS attack can cost an Internet-dependent company about $1 million before the company even begins to mitigate the attack. The growing increase in DDoS attacks has increased the demand for cyber security and DDoS mitigation…
  • Top 5+ Benefits Of Mobile Payments For Consumers

    Guest Author
    25 Jun 2015 | 2:55 am
    Mobile payments and mobile wallets have been very excessively discussed in the past few years. Despite of aggressive marketing by companies providing this service people have still been reluctant to adopt this new payment method. Mobile payments are everywhere but the biggest hold up in widespread acceptance and adoption of them has been due to the security concerns of people. They need to be briefed about how mobile payments will change their lives. So if you’re a mobile payment rookie then here are a few benefits that you need to know about mobile payments. 1. Convenience The biggest…
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  • TRIM support for aftermarket SSDs added in Mac OS X 10.10.4

    Adeel Inam
    5 Jul 2015 | 10:02 am
    Mac OS users will be thoroughly rejoicing about now, because TRIM support has been added to Mac OS X 10.10.4. While there were several differences separating Apple OS X from Microsoft Windows, TRIM support also happened to be one of them, until today. Previously, Apple has only provided support for TRIM in SSDs that were already present in its MacBook lineup of products, but the tech giant has finally branched out the support to aftermarket SSDs, just in case consumers wanted to get more speed out of their machine. The latest version of Mac OS X, which is also being referred to as OS X El…
  • Bricklaying robot faster than humans

    Daris Abraham
    5 Jul 2015 | 9:56 am
    Those in the construction business might want to take a close look at this robot. We all know that laying bricks is one of the most essential and most time consuming tasks while constructing a house. The fastest bricklayer in the world is recorded to lay 700 bricks in an hour. However, technology has now advanced to a stage where a robot can help build your house faster than you ever imagined. Mark Divac invented and designed a robot that successfully manages to lay 1000 bricks in an hour. Considering the speed that this robot functions, one can now build their dream homes at a faster speed.
  • YouTube now supports 60fps playback, 3D videos and better search results

    Nidhi Mathew
    4 Jul 2015 | 11:51 am
    Google is known to take on anything that its competitors come up with. The recent launch of some websites might have put YouTube in the back bench for a while, but YouTube is in no mood to give up. Google recently updated YouTube with features that will go down well with users. The update is a 60fps video playback which will now be available on all android and iOS devices. Since Google auto updates most of its feature from the server site, users won’t need to worry about updating the app from their end. This update will now allow users to stream videos according to their preference. If…
  • Facebook to read minds claims Zuckerberg

    Nidhi Mathew
    3 Jul 2015 | 9:43 am
    It’s safe to say that Facebook is by far one of the most impressive social networking sites that have ever been developed. However, Mark Zuckerberg, the owner of this multi million website doesn’t want it to stop here. Mark has claimed that he wants Facebook to constantly improve its services. He strongly believes this is the only way users will stay hooked on to the website. Well, how can an already advanced website get better? The answer might shock you. Mark has claimed that Facebook is developing a technology that will work on telepathy and will read the minds of their users.
  • Meizu MX5 gets 53,330 in AnTuTu benchmarking tests

    Adeel Inam
    3 Jul 2015 | 9:35 am
    Right after Meizu announced its flagship smartphone, MX5, the latest AnTuTu benchmarking results were released, showing that the handset is definitely a force to be reckoned with. For those who want to purchase an affordable and monstrous handset in terms of processing power should look no further than Meizu MX5. Coming to the benchmarking results, Meizu MX5 is able to obtain a score of 53,330 points in the popular smartphone benchmarking application AnTuTu. For comparison purposes, we have listed Samsung Galaxy S6 and Xiaomi Mi Note Pro, which feature an Exynos 7420 and Snapdragon 810 SoC…
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    NuRelm » The Manual

  • Open Source E-Commerce Tools

    Michael Sypolt
    1 Jul 2015 | 12:31 pm
    NuRelm has been working with businesses to develop and maintain their online presence using various e-commerce platforms. After the recent Internet Retailer Conference and Exhibition, we have had even more companies asking for our advice on which platform to use and why. There are many e-commerce options and the choices can be daunting. Many companies are tempted by hosted or proprietary solutions that are typically marketed as working right “out of the box”. However, they are much less flexible in customizations or integrations with other aspects of e-commerce and only one or a…
  • Open Source Creative Tools

    Michael Sypolt
    29 May 2015 | 12:38 pm
    Background From late 1990s until about 2011, before I did a lot of web development and programming, I worked on projects that usually required the functionality offered in the Adobe Creative Suite. Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and at times InDesign were my tools of choice, simply because that is what I was taught to use in school. Then, in 2011, my laptop’s hard drive failed and numerous attempts to reinstall Windows 7 failed due to it thinking that I was stealing the OS. A friend suggested that I install a GNU/Linux and try free and open-source tools. Shortly after, I was presented…
  • NuRelm @ Internet Retailer Conference + Exhibition

    Sam Shaaban
    28 May 2015 | 12:12 pm
    We’ll be in Chicago June 2 – 4, as will our friends from PrestaShop and Avalara. We’ve worked with PrestaShop for years, and have built a nice list of stores and modules, such as Affirm’s payment module.  Affirm was founded by PayPal’s co-founder. And, we recently took over as maintainers of Avalara’s PrestaShop module, which we have been supporting and developing since the beginning of this year. We have been spending a lot of time freeing clients from the tedious, manual chores that come with an online store.  If you have to re-enter orders from your…
  • Responsive is Good. The Future Is In Your Hands. Don’t Drop It!

    Kevin Dadey
    14 May 2015 | 9:31 am
    Imagine a world where small to awkwardly large, immensely powerful handheld, electronic gizmos control their owners by memorizing them with time-consuming games, droning music, cat videos, boring news, endless shopping deals and what we used to call “informational websites”. Now imagine your job, as if it’s not tough enough with all the acronym-based procedures and fussy, fire-breathing, hyphenated-loving project managers demanding your commitment to “deadlines”, is to develop all sort of wonderful things for these tiny screens such as noble, corporate proclamation “sites” and…
  • Our Workflow: git-flow

    Michael Sypolt
    6 May 2015 | 6:03 am
    Introduction When developing software or a website, version control is necessary for developer collaboration and to keep track of changes in code, in case a change needs to be reviewed or reverted. There are several programs that can be used to accomplish this goal, one of which is git. This document will discuss the way that we here at NuRelm use git for not only version control and collaboration, but also for site database backups. When using git in this manner, it is recommended to either control your own remote git server or to use the private setting for a hosted git server. This would…
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  • Home Sharing to make a comeback in iOS 9

    Nicole Batac
    7 Jul 2015 | 5:33 am
    You might not have noticed that Apple took out Home Sharing from iOS 8.4, probably so you can make full use of Apple Music subscription. But don’t worry, the feature will be coming back in iOS 9. According to Eddy Cue, they are working on bringing it back in the upcoming version of their mobile operating system. Home Sharing lets you share your media library for up to five computers, iOS devices, and Apple TV while in the same network. For now, you’re going to have to make do with Apple Music. Source: Gizmodo
  • GoPro debuts compact Hero4 Session

    Nicole Batac
    6 Jul 2015 | 6:46 pm
    GoPro cameras aren’t exactly space hogs but sometimes you still need something smaller to carry around. That’s where the likes of the new Hero4 Session comes in. The compact action cam is 50 percent smaller and 40 percent lighter than the current Hero4 Black and Silver models. You can set it up via the iOS/Android app or the optional Smart Remote. Yes, it has Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. It can shoot 8MP single, time-lapse, or burst stills. Video resolutions are at 1080p/60fps, 720p/100fps, and 1440p/30fps. It also has the single-button mode you’ve seen in the current…
  • Setup quicker lunch/dinner dates with friends with Microsoft Tossup

    Nicole Batac
    6 Jul 2015 | 6:33 pm
    Microsoft’s Garage group just unveiled a new app for iOS and Android that’ll make it easier to set up gatherings with your family or friends. Called Tossup, the app helps you and your loved ones figure out what to do and when to meet. You start it off with asking a question like “Who’s available for dinner tomorrow?” and then your contacts can reply through the app or via SMS if they don’t have the app. The polls you create can be simple yes or no questions as well. Yelp ratings are even integrated into the app so that should help you decide your meeting…
  • Onyx Motion introduces basketball coaching app for smartwatches

    Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:54 pm
    Onyx Motion Inc., a developer of sports technology, launched its funding campaign for Swish, the world’s first digital basketball coaching app for smartwatches. This new sports-tech uses motion sensors to analyze an athlete’s technique and provides easy-to-understand tips With a goal to bring high caliber coaching to players at all levels in training, Onyx Motion has partnered with NBA Athlete, Ben Gordon, as Swish’s director of innovation. “Here at Onyx Motion, we are building the next generation of AI for sports coaching,” said Marissa Wu, CEO of Onyx…
  • July 15 is Amazon Prime day with bigger sales expected than Black Friday

    Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla
    6 Jul 2015 | 7:49 am shoppers, specially those that have Prime accounts should take note that the biggest shopping event on the popular e-tail website is coming on July 15. Celebrating Amazon's 20th year, the Prime Day sales are expected to be enormous, with various items at heavily discounted prices although, likely, in limited numbers. is saying the sales will be bigger than Black Friday. Prime Day is a global shopping event, offering more deals than Black Friday, exclusively for Prime members. On Wednesday, July 15 new and existing members will be able to shop hundreds of Lightning Deals,…
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  • Run Android Apps on Mac OS with BlueStacks for Mac

    6 Jul 2015 | 2:11 am
    BlueStacks is a popular Android emulator with over 90 million Windows users that offers the ability to run Android apps and games without the need of an Android device. Until now, Bluestacks was available only for Windows OS and now it’s time for Mac OS users to rejoice as Bluestacks is finally released for Mac after an extended beta testing phase. BlueStacks App Player for Mac OS is compatible with either Mac OS X Mavericks or Yosemite, requires at least 4GB of RAM and 2GB of storage space. With BlueStacks, Mac users can experience the Android platform right on their MacBook or…
  • Giveaway – Win Mi 5000mAh Power Banks & Mi LED Lights

    28 Jun 2015 | 4:12 am
    Last month we hosted couple of giveaways and now we’re back with another giveaway that you would find interesting. Recently, Xiaomi launched their new Mi power banks in India in capacities of 5000mAh and 16000mAh along with a Mi LED light. These power banks are available to buy at through flash sales and are great value for money considering their build, reliability and pricing. So, let’s take a quick look at both the products that we’re giving away here on WebTrickz. Mi 5000mAh Power Bank – The Xiaomi Mi 5000mAh powerbank is ultra-slim, extremely…
  • Sony’s Flagship Xperia Z3+ launched in India for Rs. 55,990 – A Waterproof smartphone powered by Snapdragon 810 SoC

    Cosmic Paladin
    26 Jun 2015 | 7:33 am
    At an event in Delhi today, Sony finally launched its flagship smartphone in India ‘The XPERIA Z3+” at a price of Rs. 55,990. The Z3+ is apparently the global varaint of Z4 that was released earlier. In comparison to its predecessor Z3, the Z3 Plus features a slimmer and lighter profile, with capless USB, improved display, the powerful Snapdragon 810 Octa-core 64-bit processor, 32GB of storage and front camera got better. The smartphone is just 6.9mm slim, weighs 144g and packs a 5.2″ Full HD screen with adaptive display technology that improves visibility in direct…
  • Lenovo launches K3 Note in India at 9,999 INR – Features 5.5″ Full HD display, Octa-core processor, 4G LTE

    Cosmic Paladin
    25 Jun 2015 | 1:52 am
    Lenovo has been tasting a good amount of success in India with its range of phones that are offered at rock bottom prices and it is quite an accomplishment considering the likes of Xiaomi, OnePlus and Meizu too operating around here. One of the key factors to the success apart from low pricing model is the fact that the phones are well built though much of it is plastic and something that others have been struggling at – best in the class customer service. And as such Lenovo is a very very trusted brand! To add to all of this is the evolution of the Vibe UI has finally taken a good shape in…
  • Coolpad Dazen 1 Review – A Super sweet deal for Rs. 5,999

    24 Jun 2015 | 7:00 am
    In the recent past, we’ve seen various Chinese brands making their entry in India and some of them have seen tremendous success here in a short span of time. In late May, Coolpad launched its operations in India starting off with the launch of Dazen 1 and Dazen X7. The Dazen 1 by Coolpad is an entry-level phone priced at Rs. 5,999 which is highly similar to the likes of Xiaomi Redmi 2, Lenovo A6000 Plus and YU Yuphoria. Dazen 1 was initially introduced for 6,999 INR but soon after a week saw a price drop which clearly makes it a tough competitor and prominent phone to consider in…
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    Monday Note

  • The New Age of Visual Storytelling

    Frédéric Filloux
    5 Jul 2015 | 1:56 pm
    by Frederic Filloux A new generation of photographers reinvents the way stories are told. For their images, the weapons of choice are social networks and applications, video and mobile phones.   I’ve lived the golden age of photography. When I was a young newspaperman, photojournalists were kings, they made big money crisscrossing the world on(...) No related columns.
  • Human Curation Is Back

    Jean-Louis Gassée
    5 Jul 2015 | 1:24 pm
    by Jean-Louis Gassée The limitations of algorithmic curation of news and culture has prompted a return to the use of actual humans to select, edit, and explain. Who knows, this might spread to another less traditional media: apps. When San Francisco’s de Young museum prepared its David Hockney exhibition a couple years ago, it didn’t(...) Related columns: App Store Curation: An Open Letter To Tim Cook   With one million titles and no human guides, the Apple App Store has become incomprehensible for mere mortals. A...
  • Respect Your Salespeople: They Earn Your Salary

    Jean-Louis Gassée
    29 Jun 2015 | 7:49 am
    by Jean-Louis Gassée Another people-in-tech Monday Note, vs. tech itself, in the spirit of The HR-Less Performance Review and Firing Well, this time about the value of competent, service-oriented salespeople, and the respect we owe them – with our own interest in mind.  We’re at the Board Meeting of a Valley start-up. An investor has(...) No related columns.
  • The Journalist and The Expert: Rapprochement Required

    Frédéric Filloux
    21 Jun 2015 | 6:30 pm
    by Frederic Filloux At a time when the information world becomes increasingly shallow, journalists ought to join forces with experts. The alliance would bring deeper knowledge to journos and sharper story-telling to eggheads. Last Friday, at the Global Editors Summit in Barcelona, we awarded the Startup for News prize to, a tiny New York (...) No related columns.
  • Samsung’s Mobile OS Dilemma

    Jean-Louis Gassée
    21 Jun 2015 | 6:29 pm
    by Jean-Louis Gassée Scroogled if you do, HPed if you don’t. To differentiate itself from aggressive Android competitors, Samsung would need to build its own mobile OS…but can it overcome the odds? “Samsung execs don’t brush their teeth in the morning, they file them”. So goes the Valley lore, an expression of fearful admiration for(...) Related columns: News on mobile: better be a Danish publisher than a Japanese one   This is the second part of our Mobile facts to Keep in Mind (see last week Monday Note –... News: Mobile Trends to Keep In Mind   For publishers,…
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  • How Does Autofocus Actually Work?

    Andre Infante
    7 Jul 2015 | 9:00 am
    Autofocus is a feature of modern cameras that’s easy to take for granted. But have you ever stopped to ask yourself how it works? Focusing a manual lens can be a painstaking and frustrating process, especially for amateurs — so how does your smartphone do it so easily? It turns out that that there are actually several technologies that are used to achieve an autofocus effect. Let’s start by explaining what focus is, and then how the computer in your phone can manipulate it to get a sharp image. How Focus Works The lens in your smartphone camera serves the same purpose…
  • 10 Books You Need to Read After Watching The Avengers: Age of Ultron

    Philip Bates
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:00 am
    The Avengers: Age of Ultron, the 2015 movie sequel to the hit 2012 original, was a huge success – if not critically, then definitely financially. If you, like me, thought it was better than our decidedly average review, you’ll want to immerse yourself in the world of your favorite comic book characters. But where to start? These wonderful tales from across the Marvel Universe (MU) – with a few extra reads thrown in for good measure – are your next step, whether you want physical copies or digital downloads. Avengers: Rage of Ultron This original graphic novel is the…
  • 10 Websites for Finding Free Photoshop Textures

    Saikat Basu
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:00 am
    Texture is one of those things that you have to feel — or in the case of images, see. Combining textures with regular photos is one of the more creative ways to give an ethereal quality to photographs. Use the right texture and a common photo becomes “ghostly”. Use another and you can add extra drama to a portrait that you wanted to junk. Are the photos you take frustratingly one-dimensional? That’s where Photoshop comes in. Add a layer of texture and voila – you can almost fool the eye into seeing some depth. Using Textures in Photoshop Textures are used...Read the…
  • Jam-Packed JavaScript Bundle – Learn JavaScript for Only $39

    Dave LeClair
    7 Jul 2015 | 6:30 am
    Have you always thought that learning JavaScript could be something that would be useful for your work or personal life? Intensive courses in JavaScript cost a lot of money, right? Wrong! With MakeUseOf Deals, you can grab a massive bundle of JavaScript courses for only $39. The normal price of these classes would be $474, but you can save 91% off through MakeUseOf Deals for a limited time. Don’t wait, though, because this deal ends soon. Buy: Jam-Packed JavaScript Bundle The Courses In total, you’re going to get 7 indispensable courses that will teach you everything you need to…
  • 4 Influential People Who Don’t Use Email, And Why

    Mihir Patkar
    7 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    It’s difficult to imagine a life without email, but some people are choosing to stop using it altogether. People like film director Christopher Nolan and billionaire John Paul Dejoria don’t use email at all, and couldn’t be happier about that. While you can employ strategies to avoid email overload, at some point or the other, you will probably face an intimidating number of messages in your inbox. And with new communication systems like social networks, instant messengers, and team-oriented chatrooms, there is a case to be made to dump email once and for all. As with many…
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  • Top 5 Ebook Readers for Home and Travel

    Igor Ovsyannykov
    6 Jul 2015 | 11:27 pm
    For those who enjoy savoring the written word, there is no doubt at all that ebooks have somehow brought a new level of convenience in doing just that. Especially for those who don’t really mind missing the smell of freshly printed paper on a new book, using ebooks as an alternative allows people to do so many things that they just did not experience with printed books before. Having an ebook reader means being able to bring five, ten, fifteen titles or more on an immensely long trip without having to deal with all that excess baggage. It means getting a copy of a new book almost instantly…
  • 25+ Cool Keychain Accessories for Geeks

    Igor Ovsyannykov
    5 Jul 2015 | 10:25 pm
    When looking for a present for a self-proclaimed geek friend, take into consideration the purpose and design of the item. One of the most popular tokens or presents that you can give without sending any mixed signals is the keychain. The keychain works in the same manner as giving someone a coffee mug. The choices are varied. You can find a funny one, a cute one, an adorable one, or a character that will make the geek in him or her squeal with happiness. This usually means sci-fi keychain characters like a miniature Yoda or Luke Skywalker, a cool “long live and prosper” hand sign, or the…
  • Photography Filters Cheat Sheet [Infographic]

    Igor Ovsyannykov
    4 Jul 2015 | 10:28 pm
    We are all taking more and more photographs. But how many of us are actually becoming better photographers? The good people at Zippi are making it their mission to make the proliferation of images out there just that bit better. They have produced this rather handy guide to lens filters. The Photography Filters Cheat Sheet gives you a useful breakdown of which lens filters to use in various situations. So if you are keen to get the best out of your landscape photographs, close-up shots or evening images, take a look at this great infographic. You’ll approach Instagram in an entirely…
  • Freebie Friday: 5 Free Store Sign Mockups

    Igor Ovsyannykov
    2 Jul 2015 | 10:57 pm
    This is our first Freebie Friday post! From now on, each Friday we will have an exclusive freebie for you to download. These freebies are provided by fellow designers, just like you. Our first freebie is from Vadim Sherbakov. Vadim is an Art Director and designer from Moscow, Russia. He specializes in web design, application design, and interactive design. This freebie consists of 5 unique store facades and signs. These mockups are a great way to make your designs come to life and show your client what their future store sign will look like. In the download folder you will find all 5 PSD…
  • 40 Creative Skateboard Deck Designs

    Igor Ovsyannykov
    2 Jul 2015 | 10:19 pm
    If you’re a huge fan of art, you would probably be found roaming the halls of museums and galleries not only locally, but in cities you travel to as well. You look for inspiration in a lot of things you encounter out in the world, and find solace in the wonderful mix of colors and lines to create the most breathtaking images possible. You believe in the way these creations inspire, and use them to bring more color to the way you live your life. However, this does not even begin to explain how much art there is out in the world, because sometimes, real art cannot be found in frames on walls…
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    Technology News from SciGuru Science News

  • New ultralow-power circuit improves efficiency of energy harvesting to more than 80 percent

    23 Jun 2015 | 7:36 am
    The latest buzz in the information technology industry regards “the Internet of things” — the idea that vehicles, appliances, civil-engineering structures, manufacturing equipment, and even livestock would have their own embedded sensors that report information directly to networked servers, aiding with maintenance and the coordination of tasks. Realizing that vision, however...
  • Superconductor exfoliated to yield boron-rich nanosheets

    22 Jun 2015 | 9:12 am
    While exploring the possibility to realize graphene-like nanostructures of boron, carbon’s neighor in the periodic table, a team of chemical engineers at the Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar (IITGN) has discovered an entirely new family of 2-D compounds. Their research team led by Dr. Kabeer Jasuja, Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering at IITGN, has demonstrated...
  • New fog chamber provides testing options that could improve security cameras

    17 Jun 2015 | 7:30 am
    Fog can play a key role in cloaking military invasions and retreats and the actions of intruders. That’s why physical security experts seek to overcome fog, but it’s difficult to field test security cameras, sensors or other equipment in fog that is often either too thick or too ephemeral.
  • Soft material with controllable surface textures

    11 Jun 2015 | 6:39 am
    An MIT team has developed a way of making soft materials, using a 3-D printer, with surface textures that can then be modified at will to be perfectly smooth, or ridged or bumpy, or even to have complex patterns that could be used to guide fluids. The process, developed using detailed computer simulations, involves a material that is composed of two different polymers with different degrees of...
  • Ultracold molecules created at near absolute zero

    10 Jun 2015 | 11:56 am
    Experimental physicists at MIT have successfully cooled molecules in a gas of sodium potassium (NaK) to a temperature of 500 nanokelvins — just a hair above absolute zero, and over a million times colder than interstellar space. The researchers found that the ultracold molecules were relatively long-lived and stable, resisting reactive collisions with other molecules. The molecules also...
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    Insivia Marketing + Web Design

  • Top 10 SEO Mistakes To Avoid

    6 Jul 2015 | 7:00 am
    With so much to focus on in Search Engine Optimization it is easy to make a mistake. We’ve made a list of the top 10 SEO mistakes you should try to avoid when working on your SEO campaign. 1. Choosing Keywords Without Research In order to effectively optimize your site, you need to choose the appropriate keywords. Not only are they important because they are used throughout your content, they are also responsible for attracting search engine spiders. With the wrong keywords you can miss valuable opportunities and gain traffic that won’t convert. 2. Bad Content If you have content that…
  • 5 Ways to Get Your Site to Rank Higher

    30 Jun 2015 | 10:00 am
    Trying to achieve a good search engine ranking is a challenge, but if you take the time to look into your audience’s behaviors and examine your options, you’ll find that moving up in the ranks is an achievable goal. Here are five ways you can start to move on up! Research You can’t effectively optimize your site without doing research. You need research in order to understand your target audience,how people are currently finding your site, and what keywords are being used in in search results. It’s also helpful to know which of your posts are being viewed the most and which need a…
  • Law Firm Websites: What Works & What Doesn’t

    25 Jun 2015 | 1:49 pm
    Most attorney websites have a history of being boring and bland. Pages and pages of legal history and attorney-speak can only be spiffed up so much. Law firms find themselves confronting a “new business landscape” that’s far more competitive. Differentiation is certainly the name of the game — firms must differentiate to survive. The content you are sharing and user experience are all essential to a firm’s success. As websites evolve, understanding what works for your firm and what doesn’t can be crucial for future growth and development. The post Law Firm…
  • Should You Be Exercising Your SEO Rights?

    25 Jun 2015 | 7:47 am
      Due to the increased amount of consumers turning to the Internet before they make a purchase decision, companies need to give some extra attention to search engine optimization to help drive sales.   Although theoretically all websites should be optimized, it’s more important for some websites than others. But how do you know if you’re SEO worthy? Well if any of the following three apply to your website, then the answer is a resounding “OPTIMIZE.”   Does your site directly sell a product? If you’re using your website to sell a product or service, such as dog toys or…
  • 7 Free Tools to Improve Your SEO

    22 Jun 2015 | 10:47 am
    Taking on a Search Engine Optimization (SEO) campaign can be daunting at times, so to help out with your efforts we’ve found 7 free tools that can help get you started. Google Analytics Google Analytics is a free service that allows you to run analytics any website you own. Google Analytics tells you how people are getting to your website, what your most popular pages are, what search terms your audience is using, and much more. It’s easy to use, and often compiles data into easy-to-read charts and graphs. It’s helpful for SEO because you can use a lot of the data to determine who your…
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    Top News - MIT Technology Review

  • Inside Amazon’s Warehouse, Human-Robot Symbiosis

    6 Jul 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Amazon’s newest warehouse is testing the limits of automation and human-machine collaboration.Trenton, New Jersey, isn’t the industrial powerhouse it once was, even if the slogan “Trenton Makes, the World Takes,” first installed in 1935, still stands in 10-foot-tall letters across a bridge that spans the Delaware River to Pennsylvania. But a few minutes east of town, inside a warehouse belonging to Amazon, there are signs of another industrial transformation.
  • Probing the Dark Side of Google's Ad-Targeting System

    5 Jul 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Researchers say Google’s ad-targeting system sometimes makes troubling decisions based on data about gender and other personal characteristics.That Google and other companies track our movements around the Web to target us with ads is well known. How exactly that information gets used is not—but a research paper presented last week suggests that some of the algorithmic judgments that emerge from Google’s ad system could strike many people as unsavory.
  • Should Babies Have Their Genomes Sequenced?

    1 Jul 2015 | 9:00 pm
    The BabySeq project in Boston has begun collecting data to quantify the risks and benefits of DNA sequencing at birth.For 51 years, newborn babies have gotten a heel-prick test in which their blood is screened for dozens of congenital disorders. Routine newborn screening has basically eliminated the risk of death or irreversible brain damage that some of these disorders can pose if they are not identified right away.
  • How Ads Follow You from Phone to Desktop to Tablet

    30 Jun 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Advertisers are increasingly using technology that targets users across multiple devices, and it’s working.Imagine you slack off at work and read up online about the latest Gibson 1959 Les Paul electric guitar replica. On the way home, you see an ad for the same model on your phone, reminding you this is “the most desirable Les Paul ever.” Then before bed on your tablet, you see another ad with new details about the guitar.
  • At a Crossroads, Biofuels Seek a New Path Forward

    28 Jun 2015 | 9:00 pm
    New microbes and new techniques show promise for advanced biofuels, but the industry is still years away from real progress.Attempting to chart a path forward for the beleaguered biofuels industry, a group of researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and the University of California, Berkeley, have devised what they describe as a novel method for producing renewable jet fuel. Using sugarcane and the sugarcane waste called bagasse, the new process (described in a paper in the latest issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences) could enable green refineries to put…
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  • Photography Competition – Win The New Leica M Monochrom with Lens

    Joanne Carter
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:35 am
    The post Photography Competition – Win The New Leica M Monochrom with Lens appeared first on TheAppWhisperer. Black & White Photography magazine is a platform for contemporary monochrome photography, celebrating the best in image making from around the world. Quality is the keystone of the magazine with […] The post Photography Competition – Win The New Leica M Monochrom with Lens appeared first on TheAppWhisperer.
  • Mobile Photography/Art – Apple Default/Native Camera Most Used For Initial Image Capture

    Joanne Carter
    7 Jul 2015 | 5:10 am
    The post Mobile Photography/Art – Apple Default/Native Camera Most Used For Initial Image Capture appeared first on TheAppWhisperer. Through our APPart Column, edited by Bobbi McMurry, we raised the question ‘do you use the default/native camera in your iPhone or a dedicated photo app to capture your initial […] The post Mobile Photography/Art – Apple Default/Native Camera Most Used For Initial Image Capture appeared first on TheAppWhisperer.
  • Inspiring Photographic TED Talk with Photographer – Lisa Kristine

    Joanne Carter
    7 Jul 2015 | 4:35 am
    The post Inspiring Photographic TED Talk with Photographer – Lisa Kristine appeared first on TheAppWhisperer. I have created a special section within TheAppWhisperer to publish inspirational photographic related TED talks to. The first that I published last week was with Uldus Bakhtiozina, a fabulous photographer […] The post Inspiring Photographic TED Talk with Photographer – Lisa Kristine appeared first on TheAppWhisperer.
  • Take Action Now – Save the Freedom of Photography – Petition

    Joanne Carter
    7 Jul 2015 | 2:40 am
    The post Take Action Now – Save the Freedom of Photography – Petition appeared first on TheAppWhisperer. The Freedom of taking photos in public places is under attack. Until now, in most countries in Europe you were safe to take and publish photographs that are taken from […] The post Take Action Now – Save the Freedom of Photography – Petition appeared first on TheAppWhisperer.
  • Instagram Increases Image Resolution

    Joanne Carter
    7 Jul 2015 | 2:20 am
    The post Instagram Increases Image Resolution appeared first on TheAppWhisperer. Instagram’s image resolution has been stuck on 640 x 640 for a long time but following the recent upgrade to the app, Instagram has now started storing higher resolution images […] The post Instagram Increases Image Resolution appeared first on TheAppWhisperer.
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  • More Marijuana ER Visits after Legalizing Sales in Colorado

    Natalie Tornese
    5 Jul 2015 | 11:04 pm
    Early this year, Colorado became the first state in the United States to legalize the commercial sale of marijuana. The legalization went ahead even after the strong protest of the Mayor. Now, it seems that the genie is out of the bottle. Several leading hospitals in Colorado indicate more marijuana related emergency room (ER) visits after the legalization of its sales in Colorado. They indicate that this surge is associated with the use of high dosage edible marijuana products including marijuana cookies, brownies, candies, pastries, and gummy bears available in the market. In the opinion of…
  • How Wal-Mart’s Primary Care Services Can Help Improve Healthcare Access

    Julie Clements
    2 Jul 2015 | 10:01 pm
    The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is expected to provide health insurance coverage to an estimated 30 million Americans. However, insurance access alone will not be sufficient as a sizeable workforce is required to meet the increased demand. The US healthcare domain is at present facing a critical shortfall of health professionals. Reports from US Health Resources and Services Administration reveal that more than 20% Americans reside in areas without having sufficient access to primary care physicians. The report highlights that this shortage is more in rural areas (where people suffer from…
  • Is ICD-10 Transition Challenging for Pediatricians?

    Rajeev Rajagopal
    30 Jun 2015 | 10:20 pm
    Like all other practices, pediatric practices are also required to start using ICD-10 coding to bill their services from October 1, 2015. The new codes are much more helpful to track public health conditions, ensure improved data for epidemiological research, measure outcomes and care provided to the patients, make clinical decisions, identify fraud and abuse and design payment system/processing claims system. Pediatricians should learn the nuances of the new coding system and prepare for the transition as soon as possible. A research conducted by the University of Illinois in Chicago reveals…
  • Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy – An Alternative Treatment for Tendinitis

    Meghann Kiernan
    29 Jun 2015 | 12:22 am
    Tendinitis is a painful condition resulting from inflammation of the tendon or its sheath. Calcific and non-calcific tendinitis of the shoulder is often unresponsive to conventional therapies. Extracorporeal shock-wave therapy (ESWT) has been recommended as an alternative treatment for the condition. According to a newly published review of 28 randomized controlled trials in the Annals of Internal Medicine, this shockwave therapy reduces pain and improves function in patients with chronic calcific shoulder tendinitis and may be a good alternative to conventional therapies. With this effective…
  • A New Drug Approved for High-Risk Neuroblastoma Treatment

    Natalie Tornese
    25 Jun 2015 | 9:59 pm
    This March, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Unituxin (dinutuximab) as part of first-line therapy for pediatric patients with high-risk neuroblastoma. There have been few treatment options available for this pediatric cancer and researchers have been working on a new drug that can help kids’ immune system to fight cancer. There were very few drugs approved that were specifically developed to treat children with cancer. Unituxin marks the first approval for a therapy that aimed specifically for treating kids with high-risk neuroblastoma. Neuroblastoma is a rare type of…
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  • Microsoft shakes up its top executives. Four executives will leave the company…

    17 Jun 2015 | 8:33 am
    Microsoft shakes up its top executives. Four executives will leave the company, including Stephen Elop, Kirill Tatarinov, Eric Rudder and Mark Penn. Elop originally left Microsoft to serve as the CEO of Nokia before Microsoft acquired Nokia’s devices and services division Microsoft aligns engineering teams to strategy | News Center Microsoft aligns engineering teams to strategy Posted June 17, 2015 By Microsoft News Center 0 0 0 REDMOND, Wash. — June 17, 2015 —...
  • Microsoft shakes up its top executives. Four executives will leave the company…

    17 Jun 2015 | 8:33 am
    Microsoft shakes up its top executives. Four executives will leave the company, including Stephen Elop, Kirill Tatarinov, Eric Rudder and Mark Penn. Elop originally left Microsoft to serve as the CEO of Nokia before Microsoft acquired Nokia’s devices and services division Microsoft aligns engineering teams to strategy | News Center Microsoft aligns engineering teams to strategy Posted June 17, 2015 By Microsoft News Center 0 0 0 REDMOND, Wash. — June 17, 2015 —...
  • LastPass, the popular password security tool used by consumers and companies to…

    15 Jun 2015 | 2:09 pm
    LastPass, the popular password security tool used by consumers and companies to secure data, has been hacked! LastPass Security Notice We want to notify our community that on Friday, our team discovered and blocked suspicious activity on our network. In our investigation, we have found no evidence that encrypted user vault data was taken, nor that LastPass user accounts were accessed. The investigation has shown, however, that Last… Read the rest of the story at
  • Microsoft just dropped a bomb on the game industry, announcing that the Xbox One…

    15 Jun 2015 | 12:02 pm
    Microsoft just dropped a bomb on the game industry, announcing that the Xbox One will be able to play Xbox 360 games — making its newest console backward-compatible with titles originally created for its previous generation of console hardware. Read the rest of the story at
  • Alibaba plans to launch an online video streaming service in China in about two…

    14 Jun 2015 | 4:10 pm
    Alibaba plans to launch an online video streaming service in China in about two months, to compete the U.S.’s Netflix and HBO, the firm’s head of digital entertainment said on Sunday. Read the rest of the story at
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    1E Blogs - Software Lifecycle Automation

  • A Day in the Life of a ConfigMgr Administrator: Part 4

    Brent Hunter
    6 Jul 2015 | 4:47 am
    Keeping the Distribution Point (DP) servers Lights On Point-of-View: from a ConfigMgr Administrator to his Manager, discussing how he/she spends their day managing a native ConfigMgr environment. This is the fourth and final part of my four-part story that details what we did in our company (in a previous life) to help reduce the DP server management nightmare. Part one of this story (trying to troubleshoot a ConfigMgr distribution problem) Part two of this story (investigations into possible solutions)  Part three of this story (evaluating the proposed solution against our requirements) So…
  • Adobe v Forever 21 – An Update and three thoughts for ITAM Managers

    2 Jul 2015 | 4:40 am
    Dear Sam, I seem to recall hearing that Forever 21 was sued for allegedly violating copyright.  What ever happened to that case and what do you think it means to wider ITAM community? Signed, Curiously Interested  Dear Curiously Interested, You are indeed correct.  Forever 21 was sued by Adobe, Autodesk and Corel.  Sam originally reported on this back in February of this year. By way of background, the plaintiffs alleged that Forever 21 pirated 63 different instances of Adobe software including copies of Photoshop, Acrobat, and Illustrator. Autodesk and Corel also joined Adobe in the…
  • Cyber security and unused software – making the connection.

    Peter Beruk
    1 Jul 2015 | 4:58 am
    A colleague passed me a Wall Street Journal CIO Network report with the lead story titled, “Cyber security in the Wake of Sony”.  While reading, I winced at the line when the attendees were asked the question, “who [here] hasn’t been hacked.”  Only one hand went up, and that CIO got a lot of skeptical looks.  In light of recent cyber security breaches, I would have also looked at that CIO with a skeptical eye too. Each one of these cybersecurity breaches of recent past involved different entry points (which makes addressing cyber security even more challenging), but there are…
  • Announcing the 2015 1E Customer Excellence Award Winners

    Matt Stone
    25 Jun 2015 | 6:30 am
    It’s back to business here at 1E after last week’s Customer Advisory Board (CAB) in Boston, and we’ve wasted no time in sharing the invaluable feedback we heard from our customers and analysts. The CAB also provides us with an opportunity to announce the five winners of 1E’s 2015 Customer Excellence Awards, which recognize the outstanding work our customers do in embracing and implementing software lifecycle automation. Amongst the winners were Riverside Health Systems, who completed their XP migration in record time using 1E technologies.   Kenny Covington, Systems…
  • Tagged Software Gains Wider Adoption

    Steve Klos
    24 Jun 2015 | 5:07 am
    Executive Overview The ISO/IEC 19770-2 revision has passed all country votes and has moved into the publication phase. ISO editors will work through the document and set it up for publication in sometime over the summer of 2015. With the SWID Tag Standard (ISO/IEC 19770-2) revision reaching this pivotal moment, the standard is enjoying tremendous commercial and standards body support. Notably, numerous other standards organizations have created and are creating standards that use the SWID tag standard as a foundation including: The Trusted Computing Group (TCG) has is going through the final…
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  • Use the CData ODBC Driver for NetSuite in SAS JMP

    7 Jul 2015 | 2:47 am
    Originally posted on: can use the CData ODBC Driver to integrate NetSuite data into the statistical analysis tools available in SAS JMP. This article shows how to use NetSuite data in the Graph Builder and Query Builder.You can use the CData ODBC Driver for NetSuite to integrate live data into your statistical analysis with SAS JMP. The driver proxies your queries directly to the NetSuite API, ensuring that your analysis reflects any changes to the data. The CData ODBC Driver…
  • Publish Reports with Salesforce Data in Crystal Reports

    7 Jul 2015 | 2:36 am
    Originally posted on: the Report Wizard to design a report based on up-to-date Salesforce data.Crystal Reports provides built-in support for the JDBC standard. The CData JDBC Driver for Salesforce enables you to use the Report Wizard and other tools to access Salesforce data in Crystal Reports. This article shows how to create a simple report that features Salesforce data.Connect To Salesforce DataFollow the procedure below to use the Report Wizard to create the…
  • Connect to Dynamics CRM Data in Jaspersoft Studio

    7 Jul 2015 | 2:30 am
    Originally posted on: reports based on live data in Jaspersoft Studio.This article shows how to use the CData JDBC Driver for Dynamics CRM to create a basic Jaspersoft Studio report that features Dynamics CRM data in a table and a chart. Each time you run the report, the chart and table will display the live data. You will use wizards in JasperSoft to build several SQL queries that will populate the report elements. The driver enables you to use standard SQL while skipping…
  • Connect SharePoint to SQL Server through SSIS

    7 Jul 2015 | 2:08 am
    Originally posted on: SQL Server as a backup for critical business data provides an essential safety net against loss. In addition, backing up data to SQL Server enables business users to more easily connect that data with features like reporting, full-text search, analytics, and more.This example demonstrates how to use the SharePoint ADO.NET Data Provider inside of a SQL Server SSIS workflow to transfer data directly from SharePoint and/or SharePoint Online into a Microsoft…
  • Use Crystal Reports to create reports with Salesforce data

    7 Jul 2015 | 2:06 am
    Originally posted on: Reports provides built-in support for the JDBC standard. The CData JDBC Driver for Salesforce enables you to use the Report Wizard and other tools to access Salesforce data in Crystal Reports. This article shows how to create a simple report that features Salesforce data.Install the JDBC DriverInstall the CData JDBC Driver for Salesforce by including the driver JAR in the Crystal Reports classpath: Set the DataDriverCommon element in the…
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    Slice of MIT from the MIT Alumni Association

  • Solving Peru’s Failing Education System

    Kate Hoagland
    7 Jul 2015 | 3:00 am
    Students in Peru far under perform in reading, math, and science by comparison to their peers in 64 other countries, despite the country’s economic boom. “The situation for education in Peru is pretty dire,” said Eduardo Marisca SM ’14, commenting on the results from the most recent OECD Programme for International Student Assessment rankings. That’s […]
  • MIT Externship Program: Full-Time Work, Short-Term Placement, and Long-Term Benefits

    Jay London
    6 Jul 2015 | 3:00 am
    MIT’s Independent Activities Period (IAP) each January is a nearly 50-year-old tradition that gives students an opportunity to pursue interests outside MIT classrooms. For some, this means non-credit courses like Introduction to Classic Cocktails or the Art of Glass Blowing. For other students, it means working full time alongside MIT alumni through the Alumni Association’s Student/Alumni Externship Program. Since 1997, the Association has placed thousands […]
  • Photo of the Week by Philip Sager ’77—July 4, 2015

    Alan Scott
    4 Jul 2015 | 3:00 am
    Philip Sager ’77 lives in San Francisco, CA. He is is a photographer and a cardiologist deeply involved in biotechnology and drug development policy. View more photos on his website. View more alumni via the Photo of the Week category
  • Who Remembers These 4th of July MIT Hacks?

    Jay London
    2 Jul 2015 | 3:00 am
    Aside from the Great Dome, the Cecil and Ida Green Building (Bldg. 54) is MIT’s most notorious hacking location. The hack chronology Nightwork calls it “a hacker’s dream” thanks to its height (23 stories), width (150 windows), and location (visible from Boston and Cambridge). The Green Building’s most well-known hack took place in April 2012, when hackers […]
  • Register Today for MIT ALC: Sept. 25–26, 2015

    Jay London
    1 Jul 2015 | 8:00 am
    MIT alumni volunteers are the Institute’s greatest ambassadors. And each year, hundreds of those ambassadors return to MIT campus for the Alumni Leadership Conference. The 2015 ALC takes place September 25–26 and will bring together MIT’s most dedicated volunteers for two days of networking, celebration, and developing new leadership skills. Registration is now open for the conference. […]
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    best mobile phone plans

  • AT&T Cell Phone Plans Introducing Rollover Data Plan

    4 Jul 2015 | 6:40 pm
    AT&T announced a program that allows customers to carry unused data from one month to the next, but it's not as simple as it sounds. This is how these rollover data plans really work. AT&T's New Rollover Data Plan AT&T Rollover Data Plan AT&T rollover plan seems more attractive at first because there is no minimum amount of web data required. You only need to have an AT&T mobile
  • Cheapest Cell Phone Plans

    4 Jul 2015 | 6:39 pm
    I've discovered The 7 cheapest cell phone plans offered in the market today, starting at $5 a month and moving up from that, all the plans covered here are no contract plans, which make it easy for a try. The handset includes basic phones to Smartphone's, cell phones usually cost around $250 or even much less, so your heart is not going to race each time the bill arrives, simply because you'll
  • Top Cell Phone Companies That Offers Best Deals

    27 Jun 2015 | 10:40 am
    Choosing a wireless provider is important as getting a Smartphone. The service provider offers the network, considering that you'll possibly end up spending an acceptable price for the service, and there is no reason in keeping with a poor service. However, there is no assured way to forecast this. For every person who may have a bad story experience with a carrier, recently there tend to be
  • T-Mobile Cell Phone Plans Available in 2015

    21 Jun 2015 | 7:55 am
    T-Mobile is the 3rd largest company of the big four US carriers and the 2nd biggest GSM provider, with more than 30 million customers. Compared to other carriers such as Verizon, it provides great plans, and since its latest 'unCarrier' change, all plans offered are contract-free. The disadvantage in this is that subsidized handsets will no longer be offered. One of the certain
  • Cricket Cell Phone Plans

    8 May 2015 | 4:37 am
    Cricket is AT&T nationwide prepaid phone 4G LTE network covers over 300 million consumers with simple and cheap unlimited phone plans. Their plans include all fees and taxes without surprises. Cricket wireless features extra 4G LTE network coverage that Metro-PCS, Boost Mobile, T-mobile or Sprint. They are now providing – with no contract – unlimited texts and calls to Mexico and
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    Matt's Writings

  • thebrokenkindle: skarylilone: thebrokenkindle: I got the overwhelming urge to read a book for the...

    18 Jun 2015 | 2:25 pm
    thebrokenkindle: skarylilone: thebrokenkindle: I got the overwhelming urge to read a book for the first time in nearly a year today and it was the most beautiful feeling ever, because, instead of having to sit there and tell myself ‘no, you have work to do and books to read for your course, you don’t have time to read for pleasure’, I could say ‘Hell yes’ and pick up whatever book I wanted to read and read it. This is what freedom feels like. So what book did you read? Small Favour by Jim Butcher. Felt so good to read it all after having left it lying around for so long.
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    29 May 2015 | 10:38 am
  • Toy Store (NaPoWriMo Day 4 Poem 5)

    4 Apr 2014 | 9:21 pm
    They are not going to come to life, they can not, you keep telling yourself - but they will, and this will be no Toy Story affair… there can not be an answer for every stare that peers into your soul tonight-    ”Just open a Toy Store, that might     bring out the best in you!” So they said, your friends, (who could never know the dread-eyed demands  made by these devils reincarnated in stuffed, plasticised glory) who will find you some day, a scatterbox of emotions after a business meeting with toys alone – about who will sell and who will be left weeping - and doubtless they…
  • Eyed (NaPoWriMo Day 4 Poem 4)

    4 Apr 2014 | 9:20 pm
    Monitors stare, phones glaze over, the technology used to watch reversing itself, twisting – almost alive – in your direction, and you feel a sort of chill, thrill, spine-shocking sensation rattle through your fingertips. The eyes and ‘i’s inside the CRTs, MP3s, LCDs and our TVs switch places with yourself now, ensuring that you are on the other side of the display. Quick… wait for your User to weigh their attention back to you – but – but no use, they have turned away to cheat on you with the laptop, and spy on their other technofiles with their Zeus of a device they call a…
  • Note on NaPoWriMo Poetry

    4 Apr 2014 | 9:19 pm
    So far, for some reason, most of my poems’ stanzas are being condensed into one long stanza; that isn’t intended; if you’d like to see them as they were written originally, they are on my wordpress too, at Hopefully I’ll have this issue sorted soon.
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    EMA Blog Community

  • Office 365: To Cloud or Not to Cloud—That IS the Question!

    Steve Brasen
    21 Jun 2015 | 8:01 pm
    It’s time to take a serious look at Office 365. The cloud edition of Microsoft’s broadly adopted business productivity suite – which bundles such popular packages as Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, and Microsoft Outlook – has been both heavily praised and heavily criticized since its introduction in 2011. While the adoption rate of the traditional software edition of Microsoft Office is currently in no danger of being overtaken by its cloud-hosted cousin, recent adoption rates for Office 365 have substantially accelerated. Businesses, in particular, have shown…
  • Cisco’s Big Data Analytics Vision: Some Data Will Be Distributed Forever

    Shamus McGillicuddy
    12 Jun 2015 | 11:26 am
    Champions of big data analytics extoll the virtues of massive data stores. Enterprises have so much unstructured data that could help them improve operations and generate new revenue, they say. The more bytes, the better. Some might assume that enterprises will simply push every byte they can find into a Hadoop cluster or data warehouse. [...]
  • Is Your Organization Ready for Windows 10?

    Steve Brasen
    5 Jun 2015 | 9:18 am
    Here we go again. New releases of Microsoft’s flagship operating system are typically greeted with a combination of angst, curiosity, confusion, and dread in equal measure. It seems just as folks have gotten used to a particular Microsoft version, a new one is released with a completely different interface and requiring a whole new set of operational practices. Even worse, upgrading large numbers of desktops to the new edition in a large enterprise environment is a daunting task often avoided by IT operations teams until and unless it is absolutely necessary to perform a mass migration.
  • The Future of ITSM: How Are the Roles (and the Rules) Changing?

    Dennis Drogseth
    28 May 2015 | 7:09 am
    Both the “rules” and the “roles” governing IT service management (ITSM) are evolving to support a far-broader need for inclusiveness across IT, and between IT and its service consumers. Recent EMA research, “What Is the Future of IT Service Management?” (March 2015), exposed a number of shifting trends that might surprise many in the industry. [...]
  • Open network management is the focus on spring ONUG meeting

    Shamus McGillicuddy
    21 May 2015 | 12:19 pm
    The Open Networking User Group (ONUG) is a community of IT executives that are using their combined buying power to influence the networking industry. Members hail from companies such as Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase and Fidelity Investments. ONUG’s goal is to specify requirements and reference architectures for products that are open, more affordable and more agile than what vendors traditionally offer. Over its first two years of existence, ONUG has focused on software-defined WAN (SDWAN), network virtualization overlays and network service virtualization (also known as network…
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    Windows Central - News - Forums - Reviews - Help for Windows Phone

  • Cityglance, the social networking app for commuters, arrives in the US

    Paul Acevedo
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:37 am
    When I visit San Francisco, I always look forward to riding its BART subway system. In my experience, the subway goes pretty close to wherever a gaming journalist might need to visit. It's fast, safe, and best of all, affordable – quite the treat for someone whose hometown has only rudimentary public transportation. One thing about the subway, though: most everybody keeps to themselves. The team at Cityglance and publisher 505 Games (makers of Terraria) intend to change that a little with their Cityglance social network and mobile app for Windows Phone, Android, and iOS. Already successful…
  • Replace those white title bars in Windows 10 with this colors theme

    Daniel Rubino
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:36 am
    Microsoft's Windows 10 changes many things, and some of those are not super popular. One of those deviations are the white (or neutral) title bars for certain apps. As it turns out, developers can choose the color when designing their app. However, if they do not specify a color, it just defaults to white. This behavior is slightly unexpected as some users expect it to match the accent color. There is a way to get back those accent-matched title bars, and it is through a simple addition of a custom 'theme'. Themes are still present in Windows 10 although they are pushed to the back a bit,…
  • Uber for Windows Phone updated to improve 'app stability'

    John Callaham
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:27 am
    The current incarnation of the Uber Windows Phone app launched about a year ago, after a previous version was released in 2013 and pulled a month later. This week, the Uber app was updated for the first time in a few months, but this is apparently a minor new version release.
  • Team 17 will merge its 8-bit game The Escapists with The Walking Dead for Xbox One and PC

    John Callaham
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:08 am
    In what may be one of the oddest media mash-ups we have seen in some time, developer Team 17 will release The Escapists The Walking Dead later this summer for the Xbox One and PC platforms. It will offer gamers a way to check out the storylines from the first issues of The Walking Dead comic book series in a game that looks and plays like Team 17's 8-bit based indie title The Escapists.
  • This Nokia 1A Micro-USB Car Charger is 57% off today while supplies last!

    7 Jul 2015 | 7:56 am
    Designed to be ultra-compact, this OEM charger is convenient to carry with you while traveling. The coiled-style cable makes it easy to store in your vehicle without having extra cable getting tangled up. Grab yours today for the super-low price of $12.95.
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  • The Art of Performance tuning and Optimization

    6 Jul 2015 | 7:44 am
    About 2500 years ago there lived a brilliant Chinese military strategist, general Sun Tzu. His life’s work was a book entitled “The  Art of War”. It is full of ideas or in a way design patterns for winning small to large-scale conflicts in the most optimal ways.Even though the book is now 25 centuries old it still inspires leaders in our times. Sun Tzu believed that one of the better ways to win a war was to avoid a fight in a clever way. In our beloved software industry there are actually quite a few who believe the same. You may have heard that the best code is the one you never…
  • Want to be a tester? Check what it takes to make a good one!

    2 Jul 2015 | 4:50 am
    So, you are a tester? You play games all day long then!Well, not really. Since I started working as a software tester I’ve been hearing this opinion again and again. Most people are convinced testers do nothing else but test computer games, which for them means they play all day long at work. They couldn’t be more wrong!Testers work not only for game dev companies. They work in IT departments of companies operating in various sectors. They can also be found in software solution houses, like Goyello. And even if they work for game dev companies, you may be surprised to hear their work is…
  • Angular 2 Demystified

    23 Jun 2015 | 4:42 am
    As I mentioned in my recent blog post Angular 2 is a complete rewrite. Many concepts that are known from Angular 1.x are gone or changed dramatically. Angular 2 looks like a completely different framework: no controllers*, no DDO, no $scope, no angular.module and completely rewritten binding and change detection (no ng-model).Although Angular 2 is still work in progress many new features have already been revealed. In this blog post I will share some basic concepts of the framework via code samples that I presented during my lecture at InfoShare 2015.Please note the code is created with the…
  • I was thrown in at the deep end − interview with Maciek Czucha

    16 Jun 2015 | 2:54 am
    Can you return to a company once you decided to quit? What is it like when your passion suddenly becomes an inspiration for some changes in your professional life? And where in the world can you expect the best wind? You will find answers to these questions in an interview with Maciek Czucha, Product Owner at Goyello, responsible for Webmerce, a platform for running online shops.Maciek, how did it happen that you started working at Goyello?With Peter Horsten, the founder of Goyello, we met through personal contacts. It was in 2007. Peter and his wife Kasia moved to Poland from the…
  • Check what 5 features you need to excel at teamwork

    9 Jun 2015 | 2:22 am
    Almost every job advertisement has “teamwork” in the list of requirements. In almost every CV you can spot “teamwork” as one of its owner’s key skills. Is teamwork becoming new literacy? I guess so. But what actually makes you a good team player? I have many years of experience working as a member of Agile teams. I have learnt a lot about what being a team player actually means.  In this post I have listed the features that I think are essential if you want not only to claim you are a team player, but more importantly, become a successful member of a team.  What is…
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  • The Roosh Event in London

    5 Jul 2015 | 10:59 am
    Well, first of all, let me say I enjoyed Roosh. I was pleasantly surprised. Now, in order to understand why that is a seriously powerful endorsement, you need to know that in general my opinion of PUAs is somewhere below contempt. I have written on this before, and I will now go on a little detour to explain what I think is wrong with PUAs in general. If you don’t care, feel free to skip to the next bolded heading further down.   It’s not that they try to get laid with lots of women, that’s just called being male. It’s the lies. The hypocrisy. The weakly bendy springs they have in…
  • Hot Crazy Matrix

    9 May 2015 | 1:20 pm
    So my brother sent me a video. Because I was married to a Hairdresser. And then a Redhead. And we’re sensitive and caring like that in my family. Also, knowing my luck, there’s a redheaded stripper called Tiffany in my future and he wanted to warn me. Related posts: Telepathy – The Real Thing This guy. The Wedding Suit
  • The Evil Empire of Evil

    4 May 2015 | 8:33 am
      You may know about the Evil Legion of Evil and it’s admirable assault on the forces of Political Correctness. You may in fact, even be a Vile Faceless Minion. You may even be Proud about it. And yet; there remains an unfulfilled level of pride. And as the Evil Empire of Evildoers well know, Arrogant pride in our Evilness is basically a requirement. Many Vile Faceless Minions are required. Indeed we must accept that their bodies are useful for the making of steps with which we, more arrogant, more specifically and intentionally Evil, Evildoers climb over the bastions of Social…
  • CHILD 44 – A Brief Review (No Spoilers)

    27 Apr 2015 | 2:20 pm
    This has made it onto the top 10 films I have ever seen. When searching for the image above, I also came across the fact that the average review for it is very poor, between one and three stars, which initially (and stupidly) shocked me. This film is truly amazing and or a variety of reasons, but primary amongst them is that it is a very real portrayal of what happens when Political Correctness becomes the ideology of the day. And yes, I really do mean that, and yes, the emphasis on Political Correctness is indeed on Political. But do not be fooled. What you think is harmless garden variety…
  • Hugos 2015 – The Hurricane of Hypocrisy

    11 Apr 2015 | 6:15 pm
    This post is going to be long, but I had to do it, because I had a sign from above you see. I had been thinking of joining the tornado of blog posts on this topic, but what clinched it was that I bought a kinder egg for my daughter and when I opened it for her it had this in it. Seriously. I am not making this up. Unless you have been living under a rock with all things relating to writing and science fiction in particular, that is the Hugo awards, you will by now know about the main cause of puppy related sadness. If you do not, here is the best link of the whole summary of it written by the…
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  • The Disappearing Face Of Mainstream Retailing Setting

    John Anderson
    7 Jul 2015 | 9:14 am
    The internet has revolutionized human life by being able to provide instant and quick access to information. Not only that, it has also improved how we communicate with others via our social media networks, e-mail addresses and voice chats. It has also improved the everyday services that we usually encounter—from banking, booking plane tickets, and even conducting business and the bigger picture of retail marketing. You might be totally aware of the current online retailing setting, or what others usually call online marketing. A single click can help you browse over a store’s website for…
  • TechZulu Tech Wrap | Weekly Tech Roundup Ep. 1

    Efren Toscano
    6 Jul 2015 | 8:23 am
    This is episode 1 of the TechZulu Tech Wrap. Produced by PodShare’s Elvina Beck and Kera Package for June 20-July 6, 2015. If you missed out on all the news last week because of… well you simply checked out Tuesday for the long 4th of July weekend, we got you covered If you enjoyed the w(rap) please comment below to let us know ;) Referenced Stories / More Info :: Facebook – Mastercard – Reddit – Drones…
  • That’s A Wrap! | Silicon Beach Fest 2015

    Efren Toscano
    29 Jun 2015 | 8:51 am
    Silicon Beach Fest has sadly come to an end, however Elvina Beck hit the marina for this year’s SBF getting some insightful tidbits of information from SBF attendees.  So sit back, experience and enjoy what SBF had to offer. Oh and did we mention they are all dancing to the Spice Girls?!? Appearances By: Hank Leber of Vytmn | Tech community in L.A. Savannah Peterson of Speck Design | Virtual reality Laurent Grill of Zeel | Geographic Markets Marc Cohen of ConSol Partners | Securing the job Tim Nabhani of Dollar Shave Club | Hiring in LA Catherine Marcus of Sothebys Jason Crilly of…
  • Jetpack Gives a Boost to Mobile and Rich Media Advertising

    Desdemona Bandini
    25 Jun 2015 | 4:54 pm
    Advertising technology is hot with the rise of mobile, evidenced in part by Verizon’s merger with AOL valued at $4.4 billion, and on a much smaller scale, Undertone’s recent acquisition of mobile ad provider Sparkflow. Until recently, three legacy providers (Sizmek, PointRoll and Google’s DoubleClick) have dominated the rich media market. But that’s changing with a new crop of rich media platforms disrupting the ecosystem with new mobile and non-standard rich media ad formats, one of which – Jetpack – is located right here in Santa Monica. In the age of auction-based…
  • IT Software Companies Are Looking For Military Trained Hackers Now

    Alex Espenson
    23 Jun 2015 | 3:47 pm
    Back in 2012 when the Flame virus was wreaking havoc across the world, the need for army-trained hackers became a whole new frontier for IT software companies. The threat of hacking and loss of data has never been real than now. There are over a billion passwords stolen and stored in a single Russian databases. The worst thing that can happen to any company is waking up one morning and finding out all the data has either been stolen or tampered with. Russian hackers have recently been reported as having accessed President Obama’s email address in as military hackers believe that both…
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  • ‘N.O.V.A 3’ for Mac: Free Download!

    Shivam Srivastava
    22 Jun 2015 | 9:58 am
    Even after having an enormous market for shooting games, there is a dearth of some seriously gripping and intelligently planned online games. With the quest for finding some new, after getting bored of playing series of monotonous arcade and shooting games, you can stumble upon NOVA 3 which has kept millions of players hooked on to it ever since. This amazing game’s name is an abbreviation for ‘Near Orbit Vanguard Alliance.’ Read More: Hearthstone: Heroes Of Warcraft for Mac Free! Getting To Know NOVA 3 Better NOVA 3 is basically a mobile gaming application, which was developed as…
  • Enjoying Movies Got Easier With MX Player For Mac

    Shivam Srivastava
    21 Jun 2015 | 9:53 am
    Isn’t quite irritating when you want to watch one movie and you just cannot because your TV has been already occupied by your family members? Or isn’t it irritating when you want to watch any newly released movie and somehow couldn’t get the tickets? But now, you can easily forget all these issues only with one superbly built Android app called MX Player.  Read More: Make Lives Simpler with IMO For Mac MX Player – The Best Solution For Movies MX Player has to be final and the ultimate destination for all those who simply would love to watch movies as per their convenience. Being…
  • Candy Camera for Selfie for Mac: Now Editing Is Easier!

    Shivam Srivastava
    20 Jun 2015 | 9:40 am
    It is the age of clicking awesome pics and most importantly clicking selfies. Who seriously doesn’t love getting tons of likes and comments over social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter? And thus to help all the photoholics and the Selfiholics to save themselves, Google Play Store has brought in an endless collection of photo editing apps that further make it easier for any user, seriously anyone to look the best. And bossing out this lead is the Candy Camera for Selfie.     Read More: Download Retrica for Mac The Boss Is Finally Here! All hail to Candy Camera for Selfie…
  • Grand Theft Auto Vice City For Mac: A Masterpiece for Die-Hard Game Lovers

    Shivam Srivastava
    19 Jun 2015 | 9:47 am
    For everyone out there who are die-hard fans of strategy games, here’s a masterpiece. This highly engaging and innovative series of strategy games is all set to stir the market by creating some of the most popular and widely acknowledged games. If you’re bored of the usual strategy games and want to spice up your gaming routine, ‘Grand Theft Auto – Vice City’ is the way to go.   Read More: Get Grand Theft San Andreas Auto On Your Mac More About Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Grand Theft Auto is one of the universally established series of games which was launched by…
  • Candy Crush Soda for Mac

    Shivam Srivastava
    18 Jun 2015 | 8:37 am
    It used to be a field of some repetitive games and monotony with the great game play. Smartphones have drastically altered the perception about almost everything that there is no such thing exists related with software and applications which could not be found on phone. A few years back, their popped a game Candy Crush Saga from an unknown developer with no great ambitions as much it has gained gradually. Interestingly, the game hit highs with fabulous responses from the players. A game which aims to match similar types of candies together in distinct combos to achieve a predefined aim of the…
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  • Filtering Referral Spam from Google Analytics

    26 Jun 2015 | 3:22 pm
    If you are even a casual user of Google Analytics, then you have probably noticed in referrals from strange sites with names like: …and the list goes on. Not content to just spam search results, the spammers are now polluting our data. This referral spam is a plague and the big… Read More The post Filtering Referral Spam from Google Analytics appeared first on most optimal.
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  • Samsung Unveils Tech That Can Double Lithium-Ion Battery Capacity

    7 Jul 2015 | 4:21 am
    Currently more than 80 per cent mobile users are using smartphones in all over the world and they are pretty satisfy and happy with the features and operations of device. But still the major concern... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • How to Create an Attractive PowerPoint Slide

    7 Jul 2015 | 3:02 am
    When you’re responsible for creating an attractive PowerPoint slide design, there are several ways you can make your slides look more inviting. It’s important to keep your attendees engaged... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • 5 Future Car Technologies

    6 Jul 2015 | 10:24 am
    A spanking new vehicle is a dream buy and high on anyone’s aspirational list. The auto industry is all about constant change. The new generation consumer also wants new technologies to make their... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Lexus has designed a Working 'Impossible' Hoverboard

    5 Jul 2015 | 4:30 pm
    As there is a havoc development in the communication system, there are lots of changes that have occurred in last few decades in the transportation, personal and public, systems. Hoverboard is such a... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Brain-to-Text Tech Lets Computers Read Your Thoughts

    5 Jul 2015 | 12:30 pm
    Technology is continuously evolving and revolutionary in nature. A new revolutionary technology has found fame with its ability to construct thoughts into text in the most accurate manner. This... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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  • Customization Is (and Needs to Be) Everywhere

    L Kurtin
    6 Jul 2015 | 7:03 am
    This article was co-written by Laura Kurtin and Amy Dodge. Those of us who have studied marketing in school and have worked in the industry tend to be a bit cynical about some of the gimmicks and ploys companies use to encourage us to buy their products and services. However, when we see our favorite product sitting on the store shelf in a fun new package (right next to the package we’ve always bought), and it costs a little more than we’re used to paying, we’re still pretty likely to put that in our cart – and we’re savvy enough to know that the product inside is exactly same as…
  • Uber: The stronger the resistance, the greater the prize

    C Dargent
    29 Jun 2015 | 12:26 pm
    As a Frenchman, I hate to admit it, but Americans are winning the Battle of Paris. Well… do I really hate to admit it, or am I secretly happy like all of my fellow Parisians? Picture this. I’m was back in Paris for vacation. It is early morning, 6:30 AM. I am looking for a taxi to go home. None. Or I should say – many, but all of them are full. So, still hopeful, I call a number to order a taxi from one of the two big companies; calling the number costs me 15 cents a minute, the taxi arrives 45 minutes later with already 12 euros on the meter. As I tell him I’m going to the suburbs,…
  • Cultivating an Innovation Mindset: A Webinar Featuring 5 Sure-Fire Shortcuts to Innovation Success!

    Wendy Hunt
    28 Jun 2015 | 6:46 pm
    The path to filling your innovation pipeline can be a challenging one. Even with a clear process in place, the results don’t always produce the most compelling innovation. This is why we want you to rethink the front end of innovation. View this recorded presentation to hear, in detail, 5 key qual/quant steps that will help you define the consumer need state and uncover compelling insights, as well as lead to ideas then concepts that can be vetted efficiently. In the end, confidently fill your pipeline with innovations that have been validated by consumers. View this recorded webinar to…
  • Health & Wellness Going to the Dogs

    Brad Bane
    22 Jun 2015 | 7:30 am
    I’m as confused as the next person about what I should be eating and drinking. Is red meat good for me, or not? Will coffee and beer make me die young, or give me super powers (I’m really, really hoping for the latter, as I’ve been training hard)? It seems like every day there’s another article about what is or isn’t good for me, and it just adds to my confusion. I’m hoping to wake up in the world of Woody Allen’s 1973 movie Sleeper, where steak, cream pies, and hot fudge provide the clearest path to good health. But I fear it will be more like the world suggested by David B.
  • Those Crafty (Beer) Millennials!

    Maureen Evans
    15 Jun 2015 | 12:45 pm
    Millennials seem to be changing everything these days. Their spending power alone gives them the right to dictate what succeeds or bombs miserably in today’s marketplace. Take the craft beer category for example – it has exploded due to millennials revolting against traditional beer brands in favor of unique flavor profiles, local brew options, seasonal varietals and tasty beer served in really cool glasses. Slingshot recently reported that 87% of millennials drank a beer in the last week. And on a weekly basis, 54% of millennials are looking to try a new beer. Millennials want variety,…
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  • The State of Cybersecurity in APAC

    Jared Ragland
    29 Jun 2015 | 9:04 pm
    News of cyber attacks dominate today’s headlines. No country is safe from malicious cyber actors. In a world where cyber threats are constant, it is important to understand both how governments are addressing cybersecurity challenges and steps they can take to do better. Today, BSA | The Software Alliance released its first Asia-Pacific (APAC) Cybersecurity […] Related posts: The State of Cybersecurity Closing the Gaps in EU Cybersecurity: Let’s Get It Right Time for a Final Push on Cybersecurity Legislation
  • You Can Do Amazing Things with Software

    Victoria Espinel
    1 Jun 2015 | 6:04 am
    Why does software matter? As new technological advances propel us forward, it’s easy to take for granted the growing role software is playing for all of us. Today’s software functions so consistently and seamlessly, we sometimes don’t even realize the many ways it’s improving our daily lives. Yet it is at the very heart of […] Related posts: Clear Thinking on Software Patents
  • Malware Threats from Unlicensed Software: The Critical First Step for Cyberrisk Management

    Jodie Kelley
    23 Apr 2015 | 8:20 am
    Waking up to find your company on the front page news and at the center of a data breach is every CEO’s worst nightmare—and for a number of businesses, it has become reality. Today, the threats from cybercrime are real and frightening, and the risks are extraordinary. Cybersecurity is an incredibly complex issue and business […] Related posts: Malware Threats from Unlicensed Software: Real or Imagined? Navigating the Cloud: Why Software Asset Management Is More Important Than Ever BSA Global Survey Reveals Security Concerns With Unlicensed Software — and Points to the Solution
  • Time for Congress to Act on Cyber Threat Information Sharing

    Victoria Espinel
    21 Apr 2015 | 7:08 am
    Both public and private sector entities fall victim to cyber criminals and other malicious actors each day. Sharing information about cyber threats is critical to prevent and combat these attacks. Over the past several years, Congress and the courts have taken steps to clarify and promote information sharing. Last year, the Department of Justice and […] Related posts: Sharing Cyber Threat Information: How It Would Work, and Why It Would Help Bolster Security More Progress toward Compromise on Information Sharing How to Continue Improving CISPA in the Senate
  • Strengthening the Patent System by Ending Patent Abuse

    Tim Molino
    19 Mar 2015 | 9:41 am
    Patent reform is top of mind on Capitol Hill this month as several Committees hold hearings to discuss the need for patent reform. BSA was honored to testify today at the Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship. My testimony underscored the need for legislative action to curb abuses in the patent system. The Small […] Related posts: Kappos Offers Fact-Driven Analysis of the Software Patent System Focusing the Patent Debate on What Most Needs Fixing Pass the Innovation Act
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    TechnoBaboy Philippines

  • Meralco’s MTECH 2015 summit highlighted improved customer service and network reliability

    6 Jul 2015 | 7:33 pm
    Meralco launched MTECH 2015, a three-day technology and innovation summit. It marked the company’s commitment to create innovative solutions in the power industry to improve the reliability of the network and enhance the service to customers. The summit culminated in a forum on Disruptive Technologies, featuring innovations that will change the power industry. The event was attended by Meralco chairman Manuel V. Pangilinan, President and CEO Oscar S. Reyes, SVP and Head of Customer Retail Services and Corporate Communications Alfredo S. Panlilio, and Chief Technology Adviser Gavin D.
  • Smart launches mobile laboratory for kindergarten students

    6 Jul 2015 | 7:13 pm
    Smart Communications recently launched Smart TechnoCart, a mobile digital laboratory designed to facilitate formative learning among kindergarten students with the use of mobile devices and apps. Each Smart TechnoCart contains 25 tablets for the use of students; a tablet, laptop and projector for the use of the teacher; Smart Bro pocket WiFi with load for connectivity; and the Smart One Campus, a learning management system to help administrators and teachers track and measure their students’ academic performance. Its compact and portable design makes it easy for the teacher to move the…
  • Samsung holds Great Samsung Sale on July 2015

    6 Jul 2015 | 5:11 am
    The Great Samsung Sale is here once again. From July 1 to 31, 2015, you can get discounts on select Samsung smartphones and tablets. That means you can get a Galaxy Note 4 for only PHP31,990. That’s PHP6,000 off from the regular price. The Samsung Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge still goes for regular price though, but you do get a free wireless charger worth over PHP2,000. Not a bad deal if you really want one of 2015′s most sought after devices. Click on the image for a larger view The smartphones and tablets on sale include: Galaxy Note 4 Galaxy Grand Prime Galaxy A7 (with free battery…
  • OPPO Super Sale is from July 1 to 31, 2015

    2 Jul 2015 | 2:17 am
    OPPO Philippines is having a super sale from July 1 to 31, 2015, across all OPPO concept stores and partner dealers. The phones on sale include the Find 7a, the Mirror 3, Neo 3 and the Joy Plus. The four handsets are discounted, so give it a look if you’re in the market for one. The Find 7a is the best handset from the bunch. It’s price is now PHP16,990 from PHP21,990. The handset comes with a 5.5 inch IPS display (1920×1080; Gorilla Glass 3), a 2.3GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, Adreno 330 GPU, 16GB of storage (+microSD), 2GB of RAM, and a 13Mp rear cam / 5MP front…
  • Quick Review: Seagate Backup Plus Fast 4TB Portable HDD

    2 Jul 2015 | 12:56 am
    With 4TB of storage, the Seagate Backup Plus has one of the largest capacity HDD in the market. The all black portable drive may look ordinary, but its performance is everything but. Design Seagate’s Backup Plus Fast has an unassuming and simple design. It has an all black metal chasis, with a matte finish and an LED notification light on the upper left corner of the top case. Measuring in at 4.6 x 3.2 x 0.8 inches and weighing in at 0.68 lbs., it certainly isn’t the smallest or the lightest portable drive in the market. With a thickness of 0.8 inches, it isn’t thin either, but…
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  • I Bought an Apple Watch and Returned it

    13 Jun 2015 | 4:34 pm
    I was one of those people who pre-ordered the apple watch at 12 am on April 10 and still got the shipping estimate of June. I had bought the Space black stainless steel with link bracelet. It cost a whooping $1195 with taxes here in California and I was praying that it better be god damn good to justify that price. Sadly, it wasn’t. When I got it on June 2nd, after the usual adrenaline rush of unboxing an apple product subsided, and after using it for about a week, I came to the conclusion that this is a product that Steve Jobs would never have let to be launched in its current state. But…
  • Review: Nomad’s Portable Charging Products

    8 Mar 2015 | 9:24 pm
    We earlier reviewed Nomad’s Chargekey – a key shaped USB lightning charger you can put in your keyring to always have a charger handy. The company – Nomad, has rebranded itself and have come up with an updated version of the Chargekey (now called NomadKey) and 2 new products which they claim are tools meant for the modern nomad. Essentially targeting the segment of customers who are mostly on the go. They sent us a review kit with all 3 of their latest products. I have been using them for the past few weeks and so far, they have proved to be delivering on their promise. Lets…
  • Huawei Announces the Best Looking Android Smartwatch Yet

    1 Mar 2015 | 4:22 pm
    Huawei has announced its Android smartwatch at the Mobile World Congress and it is the best looking android a yet. Huawei claims that they surveyed various potential customers and based on their feedbck of the current smartwatch options in the market, they have come up with one that looks like a luxury watch and caters to what people are looking for in a smartwatch. The watch has a round display and comes with some beautiful watchfaces which does give it the sophisticated look of a luxury watch. It works with Google Now to let you issue voice commands. Here is how the watch looks: Yup that…
  • IRCTC Ties Up with Dominos Pizza to Deliver Pizza to Your Train Seat

    25 Feb 2015 | 4:41 pm
    Indian Railways Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) has tied up with Domino’s Pizza in India to deliver pizza to your train seat. The service is being run as a pilot project in 12 Indian cities – Agra, Alwar, Ambala, Jaipur, Jalandhar, Mathura, Muzzafarnagar, New Delhi, Pathankot, Vapi, Bharuch and Vadodara and is only available to passengers travelling in trains which do not have apntry car. To avail this service, passengers will need to make a meal booking via IRCTC’s e-Catering service (, 1800-1034-139 (Toll-free), 0120-4383892-99 (Toll) or SMS…
  • Pebble Announces new Smartwatch

    24 Feb 2015 | 12:32 pm
      Pebble – the company which built the first usable smartwatch has announced its next flagship product. Pebble Time – a next generation pebble with a colored screen and a redesigned operating system is now available via kickstarter. Pebble started its journey with a successfully funded kickstarted campaign and has never looked back. They surely did not need another kickstarted campaign to get this project funded, but I guess they did this in nostalgia. The project surpassed its funding goal within 17 minutes of going live on kickstarter. The new watch is thiner than its…
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  • How Many Directory Sites Do You Need to Be Listed On?

    Andre Sólo
    7 Jul 2015 | 2:05 am
    Any guide to local SEO will mention the importance of  being listed on “directory sites.” These are websites that index and review businesses. For example, attorneys will want to be listed on Avvo, the leading law firm index, while a cafe will want to be on Urbanspoon, which reviews restaurants. These sites may directly refer traffic, plus having a listing on them contributes to your SEO. But there are literally hundreds, if not thousands, of directory sites out there. Some business owners can’t go a week without being told to “get listed” on another…
  • Wait, Where Did Google Webmaster Tools Go?

    Andre Sólo
    6 Jul 2015 | 8:19 am
    If you sign into your Google Webmaster Tools account this week, you may be a bit surprised: that familiar logo is gone. Instead, you’ll see a new name, Google Search Console, staring at you from the top of the screen. So what is Search Console, and is it different from Webmaster Tools? Google assures us that the change is just a rebranding. If you log in and check it out, you’ll find all the same tools you had before, including your crucial SEO metrics. Only the name and logo are different. The reason for the change is that “Webmaster” tools sounded too narrow.
  • Now You Can See How You Rank for Every Keyword In One Glance

    Andre Sólo
    2 Jul 2015 | 1:51 am
    In terms of SEO, the most powerful and basic step a company can take is to begin monitoring your rankings for your main keywords. Everything else—content creation, link building, and social—is likely driven by how well you rank and how far you are from the coveted number one position. Thus, if you have anything less than a crystal clear idea of where you’re at, your entire SEO strategy will suffer. The problem is, checking your ranking is not easy. Doing it the old fashioned way—simply googling your keywords—quickly becomes time consuming. A number of SEO…
  • Can Google Use Your Content With No Attribution?

    Andre Sólo
    1 Jul 2015 | 2:34 am
    Recently my research had me looking up something called a cleanroom. The only “cleanroom” I had ever heard of was the one my mom yelled at me about when I was a kid. And unless you work in the tech or pharmaceutical industries, you might be just as confused as I was. Which means you might try googling, what is a cleanroom? Which will give you this: That insert with the definition? That’s Google’s Knowledge Graph at play, and it will show a definition for any word you ask the meaning of. The definition was helpful, so I clicked on it. I wanted to read more. But…
  • How Sure Are You That Your Hours Are Correct on Google?

    Andre Sólo
    30 Jun 2015 | 1:47 am
    What’s the number one online marketing mistake that businesses make? If you said no SEO, poor web design or bad sales copy, you’re wrong. These are things businesses know are important and put resources into getting right. By my count, a much more common mistake is either not showing your hours online, or getting them wrong. That’s especially true when your business has special summer hours. Lots of businesses have these, from restaurants with longer evening hours to small offices that close early on Fridays. The problem is that when your hours change, it’s…
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  • My iPhone home screen tells you pretty much everything you need to know about me

    Matt Johnston
    7 Jul 2015 | 9:32 am
    Other than a short respite trying out Android, I've been a hardcore iPhone user pretty much my entire smartphone-owning life. I'm also an avid digital organizer. I am not the guy with thousands of unread emails in his inbox, and I am not the guy who doesn't make folders and has everything scattered across his iPhone screens. But I think you can learn a lot about the way someone lives their life just by looking at their iPhone home screen. Especially someone like me who manages it closely. And maybe you'll even get some perspective on apps you might want to check out. Here's mine:  SEE…
  • Forget Siri, DARPA wants to build a personal assistant that can read your mind

    Guia Del Prado
    7 Jul 2015 | 9:19 am
    It's the age of the smart device. From Apple's Siri to the Amazon Echo, helpful personal assistants are being built into the world around us. While we are still waiting for Siri to get a little better, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) wants to go a step further — they want to build personal assistant machines that can anticipate your needs by reading your mind and body signals. In a talk at June's DARPA Biology is Technology conference in New York City, DARPA program manager Justin Sanchez explained that the data from our smart watches and trackers actually ends up…
  • The boss of the English Football Association says ‘sexist’ tweet about Women's team was ‘taken out of context’ and wouldn't have got as much criticism had Apple or Google sent it (AAPL, GOOG)

    Lara O'Reilly
    7 Jul 2015 | 9:17 am
    Martin Glenn, the chief executive of the English Football Association, has responded to criticism of a tweet the FA sent out earlier this week welcoming home its womens' team from the Women's World Cup, which many Twitter users derided as "sexist" and "patronizing." The tweet read: "Our #Lionesses go back to being mothers, partners and daughters today, but they have taken on another title — heroes:" It was soon deleted, but not before many people had taken screenshots, and criticized the football body for belittling the team.
  • WHERE ARE THEY NOW: Facebook's young billionaires (FB)

    Madeline Stone
    7 Jul 2015 | 9:09 am
    Facebook has spawned dozens of young millionaires in the three years since its 2012 IPO. A few early investors and employees, however, became billionaires thanks to their involvement with the company.  According to a recent Wealth-X ranking, Facebook has created more billionaires under the age of 40 than any other company.  Whatsapp cofounders Jan Koum and Brian Acton, for example, both became billionaires after Facebook bought their company for $19 billion in 2014.  We're taking a look at Facebook's original billionaires — the young entrepreneurs who made it big…
  • Now you can get Showtime on the Apple TV without a cable subscription

    Alex Heath
    7 Jul 2015 | 9:08 am
    Following in the footsteps of HBO, Showtime is officially available cable-free on the Apple TV. The network's stand-alone streaming service is available on the Apple TV, other TV set-top boxes like the Roku, and iOS devices through the App Store. It's also slightly cheaper than HBO's competing streaming service HBO Now, and Showtime is offering a 30-day free trial. Showtime has been on the Apple TV for about a year now, but until today it required a cable subscription to work. Now you can pay $10.99 per month to unlock all Showtime content, like the new season of "Masters of Sex" and "Ray…
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  • For the FINAL time, Malaysian internet speeds are NOT slow.

    1 Jul 2015 | 8:09 am
    First off, apologies for the lack of content on the blog. I’ve been really busy at work these past few months, and content is slow moving. For instance, the previous post was a review of a router, that I tested for 4 weeks, and returned to the supplier more than a week ago–and the post […]
  • EnGenius Wireless Router ESR600 Review

    30 Jun 2015 | 5:00 pm
    A couple of weeks back, the guys over at infoversal loaned me a Engenius ESR600 router for a review, at first I was a bit hesitant, but my overall unhappiness with my TP-link router made me think twice. So I gave it a shot, and boy was it worth it. The router looks pretty normal, […]
  • The day the internet stood still–AGAIN!

    16 Jun 2015 | 10:02 pm
    There was a time when the internet was young, just a little fledgling network, an academic toy used only by computer scientist to try out theoretical concepts. Contrary to popular belief the internet wasn’t created to withstand a nuclear war(although it can), instead it was created to address a very serious engineering question–how to connect together different […]
  • The technological effects of SOSMA and POTA

    21 May 2015 | 7:52 am
    The new Prevention of Terrorism Act (POTA) in Malaysia should not be considered in isolation but rather in the context of the 6 other anti-terrorism Bills that were concurrently proposed. All of these new laws, will almost certainly come into effect, thanks to the whip system employed by the ruling party. Yet the laws violate […]
  • Censorship and Freedom

    21 May 2015 | 7:52 am
    What’s the price of falling in love? What are the consequences of being head over heels, mindless crazy in love with someone? I would say the price of falling in love is the possibility of getting hurt. Sometimes the person you fall in love with doesn’t love you back–and that can cause significant emotional pain […]
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  • OnePlus 2 to cost less than $450

    6 Jul 2015 | 2:03 pm
    OnePlus 2 to cost less than $450 via - The latest addition to the teaser campaign by OnePlus is the price of the product and this time, it’s straight from the CEO, Pete Lau. According to a tweet, the CEO firmly promises that the price of the OnePlus 2 will be under $450. So what can be the options? It can either be $449.99 or $400. This is a great leap from the initial pricing of the OnePlus One which started at $299 and currently is on sale at $249. With the higher variation in price, this makes OnePlus 2 a premium device. According to the rumors, the OnePlus 2 might include a 5.5-inch…
  • 3M Privacy Filter Review: Prevent Visual Hacking

    Nahiyan Khan
    5 Jul 2015 | 12:52 pm
    3M Privacy Filter Review: Prevent Visual Hacking via - This post brought to you by 3M Company. The content and opinions expressed below are that of Techetron. Were you ever in a situation where someone was looking at your tablet or phone screen and you just wanted them to stop? Its uncomfortable! I bet a lot of people can relate to that! A certain breach of privacy comes with unwanted observers of your personal actions on your device. The technical term for it is visual privacy. In most cases than not, the unwanted observer is a casual one. No malicious intent. But of course that intent could…
  • Walton Walpad Pro Review: Productivity On The Go

    Alavi Wahid
    3 Jul 2015 | 9:17 pm
    Walton Walpad Pro Review: Productivity On The Go via - Windows tablets are not often found in the Bangladeshi market. Walton has hence taken the initiative to bring a Windows 8.1 powered tablet to its consumers, the Walton Walpad Pro. Question is how good is it? Let’s find out!   Design & Hardware The Walpad Pro is built very similarly to the Walpad 10X. The device has a non-removable metal back along with plastic edges at the sides for the antenna. The plastic also has a faux leather finish like the Walpad 10X. The sides of the device are nicely curved to feel comfortable when…
  • Turing Phone: A phone tougher than steel with super security

    Ehsanul Haque Nitol
    2 Jul 2015 | 5:50 am
    Turing Phone: A phone tougher than steel with super security via - If you ever wondered about extreme data security for your smartphone then Turing just got you covered.  Turing Robotic Industries recently announced a high end Smartphone called the Turing Phone which is one of a kind as it is the first smartphone to be made of Liquid Metal called ‘Liquidmorphium’.   What is that you ask? According to the company, this is an alloy which is made of zirconium, copper, aluminium, nickel and silver. The metal itself is developed by California Institute of Technology research team and is…
  • Microsoft confirms an update for Windows RT in the coming weeks

    30 Jun 2015 | 7:41 am
    Microsoft confirms an update for Windows RT in the coming weeks via - Microsoft has recently updated its FAQ for Windows 10 by answering one question related to Windows RT. The company has confirmed that an update is coming for the Windows RT users sometime around the release of Windows 10: Microsoft’s new OS which will be launched officially on 29th July. Previously, an update to the next version of Windows from Windows RT was ruled out due to the complexities that existed while running the traditional Windows 10 on ARM. We do expect that there will be some functionality of Windows 10…
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  • June 2015’s Best ExpressionEngine, WordPress, and Magento Content

    6 Jul 2015 | 11:00 am
    been a spring of attending conferences for the Nexcess team and the month of June was no different. First, we were at IRCE in Chicago discussing Magento and PHP. Then last week we were in London for Magento Live UK 2015. One of the big themes of the latter event was Magento 2, and you’ll… Continue reading →
  • How Will HTTP2 Change Front-End Performance Best Practices?

    2 Jul 2015 | 11:00 am
    In an ideal world, front-end designers shouldn’t have to waste much time on the details of performance optimization. Sure, they have to make sure their web pages aren’t excessively large, but the bulk of performance optimization should take place at a lower level: the server and its software, the network, and the technology and protocols… Continue reading →
  • Is Ghost a Viable WordPress Alternative?

    30 Jun 2015 | 11:00 am
    When WordPress was first created by Matt Mullenweg, he was scratching his own itch; he wanted a simple-to-use blogging engine — and that’s what WordPress used to be. Over the years, it has grown into something much more powerful. WordPress is now a superbly feature-rich content management system with an enormous collection of extensions and… Continue reading →
  • Book review: Magento Best Practices

    25 Jun 2015 | 11:00 am
    From time to time, someone publishes a book about Magento that provides worthwhile advice for both for expert and inexperienced developers. Alessandro Ronchi recently published Magento Best Practices Handbook, an eBook providing tips and strategies understandable to anyone that already understands the fundamentals of Magento development. At 115 pages, the handbook is not long, but… Continue reading →
  • Using Metadata To Improve WordPress Search And Social Performance

    23 Jun 2015 | 11:00 am
    Ideally, search engines and social networks would be smart enough to look at a website and glean all of the information they need from the human-readable content on the page. In reality, they’re nowhere near intelligent enough; they can make guesses which are often pretty good, but they need a little help to understand what… Continue reading →
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    Hardware BBQ

  • AMD fixes Radeon R9 Fury X high pitched whine, issues an updated statement

    The Sorcerer
    6 Jul 2015 | 5:09 pm
    Few days ago, a news report was posted about reviewers and buyers with AMD Radeon Fury X noticing a high-pitched whine coming from the pump block within the unit. At the time, AMD said that the issue was only in production samples that were given to reviewers, but it was pointed that users and even PC Perspective who purchased 2 units of AMD Radeon Fury X producing the same high pitched noise, resulting in people recording and posting the video with the high pitched whine even fans turned out on Youtube. Whoops!! Now AMD updated their statement and said the following: We have received…
  • Nvidia working on GeForce GTX 950 and GTX 950Ti

    The Sorcerer
    3 Jul 2015 | 8:35 am
    Let’s not be surprised when news started to circulate that Nvidia is working on budget variant GTX 950 and GTX 950Ti which one can easily say that it will replace Nvidia GeForce GTX 750 and 750 Ti. According to reports, both the budget variant Maxwell cards will be using GM206-300 GPU core. It is said that GeForce GTX 950 and GTX 950Ti will be featuring lesser stream processors compared to GeForce GTX 960. Both the rumoured variants will be using 2GB GDDR5 with a 128-bit memory bus.  Not much is known about it, including reference variant’s dimensions. As Maxwell’s native…
  • AMD changes R9 Fury X liquid pump-block following whine complaints

    The Sorcerer
    3 Jul 2015 | 8:16 am
    Many reviewers pointed out that AMD Radeon R9 Fury X graphic card is producing a whine coming from the card. AMD seem to have responded by revising the pump block design used to cool down the Fiji-based GPU with a price tag of up to US$ 650. According to multiple reports, many review websites indicated that the R9 Fury X was producing a high pitched whine coming from the graphic card. AMD quickly responded with the following message: AMD received feedback that during open bench testing some cards emit a mild “whining” noise. This is normal for most high speed liquid cooling pumps;…
  • The PC Storage Guide for the Masses

    The Sorcerer
    30 Jun 2015 | 4:07 am
    All electronic devices need storage. PC storage is essential not just for casual end-users, but also for content makers, gamers, HTPC users and others. Some may not need a lot of storage as long as there’s good enough speed for quick boot and application load. Some need a lot of storage for archiving where speed isn’t really needed. Some need both and beyond. I’ve seen many types of users simply installing the cheapest possible option just to get things running which, unfortunately, does not give them the best speed that allows them to enjoy their system to its fullest…
  • CPU Cooler Guide for the Masses

    The Sorcerer
    28 Jun 2015 | 8:58 pm
    Modern desktop CPUs have come a long way in terms of performance and power consumption. Because of this, it helps in its own way to build either the smallest form factor systems or the best performance & expandability an end user can get. For both types of systems and anything in the middle, an aftermarket CPU cooler for additional cooling is needed with modern CPUs due to its multi-core design and the requirements to keep up with many types of CPU-intensive demands end-users have. Heat dissipation and TDP rises up when a processor is overclocked, and the CPU needs to be cooled down to a…
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    The Four-eyed Journal

  • US Supreme Court: Same-sex marriage is a right

    27 Jun 2015 | 1:18 am
    Ripples of the landmark decision of the US Supreme Court upholding same-sex couple’s right to marry have covered the entire world specially online. In a vote of 5-to-4 the Justices have ruled that the US Constitution grants same-sex couples the right to get married in all 50 states. A resounding victory for the gay rights movement. The New York Times has a good breakdown of the decision which highlights opinions from the Justices who dissented in the case. No union is more profound than marriage, for it embodies the highest ideals of love, fidelity, devotion, sacrifice, and family. In…
  • 2016 Presidential Elections – Grace Poe could be the real alternative to Trapos

    22 Jun 2015 | 9:29 pm
    Those who know me and my politics may be surprised by the title of this post. The words to follow may even be more surprising but since Binay’s resignation from the Cabinet has signaled the start of the election season, it’s high time we begin to seriously consider our options for the upcoming Presidential elections in 2016. Surveys not withstanding, Binay would not get my vote. Let me take this moment to tell the world that I love my wife, very much. It’s no longer an issue of whether the allegations of massive corruption and plunder are true or not, Binay for me simply…
  • Tonyo Cruz: National ID and SIM Card registration are a scam

    30 May 2015 | 2:44 am
    There’s no problem with having multiple ID cards. The real problem lies in the services linked to those cards: declining budgets, quality, coverage, scope, rising fees, and more expensive premiums. Also: the corruption and mishandling of state workers’ and private sector workers’ pension and health insurance funds. Those are the problems begging to be solved. There’s no problem either with non-registration of SIM cards. The real problem lies in the failure of authorities to use all tools at their disposal to dismantle, arrest, and prosecute syndicates. Not to mention the massive…
  • Android M: What’s coming & what would it be named after?

    28 May 2015 | 5:23 pm
    Google has just announced the next version of its mobile OS Android M at this year’s Google I/O and it’s already making the tech headlines. The Verge has a good sneak peek of the new things that Android M brings with it. All good stuff. Already I’m excited for the public release of Android M which is slated to happen Q3 this year. With this, everyone is wondering what sweet treat will ‘M’ stand for. Engadget has a list of suggestions from their team, we’re all invited to pitch in as well. Margarita and Milkshake are my top picks.
  • Joey Ayala Song Book on Scribd

    30 Apr 2015 | 5:09 pm
    Found this rare gem while Googling for lyrics of Joey Ayala’s songs. View this document on Scribd His hit songs complete with guitar chords, lyrics both in Filipino and English! Wish I could have an original copy. Awesomeness!
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    Create Your Next Customer

  • 4 Characteristics of Great Thought Leadership Content

    Beyond PR
    1 Jul 2015 | 1:21 pm
    Consumers are nearly drowning in information. For any problem, a quick online search brings up thousands of results, with copious solutions preached by an endless list of sources. If you are investing in content marketing, it is your goal to be at the top of those search results with the most trusted solution. You want to be the expert opinion people seek. You want to be a thought leader. Thought leaders are more than just bloggers, content creators or subject matter experts who present at events. Thought leaders drive conversations and influence their industries. (And yes, a company…
  • Why Smart Tech Marketers Are All Spending On Native Advertising

    Winnie Ng Schuchman
    30 Jun 2015 | 10:49 am
    Native Advertising Well Received By Tech Professionals Creating marketing messages in the same format as editorial content is working. According to our new Content Connects research, technology pros  have a positive attitude towards native advertising.  Sixty-three percent of IT pros find native advertising to be influential, with 50% reporting that they use information gleaned from native ads to help them do their jobs. Data from BI Intelligence finds that spending on native advertising will reach $7.9 billion this year and grow to $21 billion in 2018.  Research from IPG Media Lab reveals…
  • Webinar Executive Summary: How Effective Is Your Content Marketing?

    Carly Cohen
    24 Jun 2015 | 6:49 am
    Tech marketers are constantly searching for data to improve their content marketing strategies and increase sales. As a result, we conducted a research survey to find out what types of content our audience of business technology professionals rely on to make purchasing decisions. The results educate tech marketers on the top content formats that inform IT professionals, how those content formats are used, and the actions they inspire. The 2015 study titled “Content Connects” found that webinars are the #1 content format (74%) that IT professionals use to get information for their jobs.
  • How Valuable is Your Content?

    Winnie Ng Schuchman
    18 Jun 2015 | 3:18 am
    The good news is that 86% of IT professionals deem vendor content valuable when it comes to helping them do their jobs. The bad news is almost half think vendor content is often too biased. Avoid the pitfalls of IT pros turning their noses up at your content. Our new 2015 “Content Connects” research provides insight into the content consumption habits of technology decision makers, and provides best practices to help you enrich your content marketing strategy. When asked for the most important types of information, technology news and analysis, technical information, peer insight, how…
  • Best Practices: Digital Display Advertising

    Hilary Jansen
    16 Jun 2015 | 3:51 pm
    This guide serves to help tech marketers and advertisers better plan and measure the success of their display campaigns. The following insights are based on digital campaigns run on UBM Tech’s IT media sites, InformationWeek, Dark Reading and Network Computing. While these best practices focus on “clicks,” it is important to note that the click is just one measurement of performance. We recommend that clients also track visitor behavior on their sites. Did visitors bounce off the page immediately? Did they take any action on the site? Were they engaged with the content and visit more…
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  • A Mid-Range Inexpensive Smartphone By ASUS

    7 Jul 2015 | 8:37 am
    ASUS has become a well known product name for desktop computers; BUT, did you know that they make an Android Smartphone that is probably one of the best mid-range inexpensive phones out there. It is called the ASUS ZenFone… Based on the excellent customer reviews at Amazon, this phone is a hit. I am sure […]
  • Cool Software To Reduce The Glare Off Of Your Screen (in the evening)

    5 Jul 2015 | 5:20 am
    I use the word “cool”, which may be out of date terminology in today’s generation; but, this is the only way to describe Sunset Screen… This software (easy to use – portable version available) will help you with reducing eye strain, sleep better, and wind down in the evening before bed. SunsetScreen is a free app […]
  • Get The Latest (and Best Selection) Of Tech News

    3 Jul 2015 | 7:19 am
    Seven years ago this month I started the “What’s On My PC” blog at WordPress. I have met numerous individuals and have seen numerous blogs come and go. To me, it has become a hobby and a way for me to keep up with my passion for information technology.  Blogging has taught me discipline; has […]
  • The Floating Android Launcher Called Rovers

    1 Jul 2015 | 6:21 am
    What I like about the Android platform is that you can customize your device to give it an identity of its own. I have always loved menu launchers and many of the app launchers available for the android platform gives you that freedom to customize your device (smartphone or tablet) to your liking. A launcher […]
  • CIT program to be recognized at the White House for CTE “Excellence in Action” Award

    30 Jun 2015 | 11:19 am
    Originally posted on TCAT Shelbyville - Technical Blog:Picture – Dawn Babian, Network Administrator, Steve Mallard, IT Manager and Lead Instructor and Mike Miller, Asst. IT Manager.and CIT Instructor. The Computer Information Technology program at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology-Shelbyville will be recognized at the White House  along with other Career Technical Education winners…
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  • Attorney, Entrepreneur, Inventor Henry Kopf III Featured at NC COIN Intellectual Property Conference

    David Menzies
    6 Jul 2015 | 8:20 am
    CARY, N.C. -- Henry Kopf, founder of Revolution Law (, a boutique firm providing collaborative legal services and advice to help move businesses forward, was featured at the North Carolina Center of Innovation Network’s (NC COIN) Intellectual Property Conference June 26. Kopf presented “Your Business and Your IP: Planning and Integration” covering a detailed analysis of how to develop a comprehensive IP plan and, once formed, connecting the IP plan to an overall business plan.“This unique intellectual property conference provided attendees with practical…
  • TSAChoices Expands Greenville, SC Office

    David Menzies
    6 Jul 2015 | 5:49 am
    CANDLER, N.C. -- Technology integrator TSAChoice, Inc., with offices in Asheville, NC and Greenville, SC, announces that Ben Bruce has been promoted to IT/Voice Service Manager of the Greenville Office. Adding further support is Field Technician Sam McAllister who has been transferred from the Asheville office to Greenville to better serve the Upstate South Carolina region. President Dan Watts remarks, “We are excited about our growth in the South Carolina market and are excited to continue growing in that area.”Ben Bruce has been with TSAChoice’s Greenville office for four years, after…
  • NC Youth Conservation Corps Launches Third Year of Conservation Work on Protected Lands

    David Menzies
    6 Jul 2015 | 5:44 am
    RALEIGH, N.C. -- The North Carolina Youth Conservation Corps (NCYCC) launched its third summer of conservation service work on Saturday, June 20. Thirty-eight young people between the ages of 16 and 24 gathered at the J.C. Raulston Arboretum for NCYCC Orientation before being deployed to work sites across the state. The participants will work for seven weeks (June 21 – August 8) on projects that will preserve, restore, and improve some of North Carolina’s most treasured natural lands. The NCYCC, a partnership between the Conservation Trust for North Carolina (CTNC) and the Vermont Youth…
  • Acryness® Partners With AccessOne® to Offer Healthcare Providers Patient Financing Options

    David Menzies
    6 Jul 2015 | 5:41 am
    MOORESVILLE, N.C. -- Acryness, Inc., a healthcare information technology company focused on improving the self-pay portion of the revenue cycle, today announced a partnership with AccessOne® to integrate the AccessOne MedCard(SM) as a form of payment in Acryness' SelfPay Works(SM) Payment Suite. AccessOne is a provider of medical credit card options that are fair and affordable for hospitals and patients alike. The integration with SelfPay Works, an end-to-end revenue cycle guidance platform that manages financial communications, payments and billing services, makes it easy for Acryness…
  • VectorVest Announces Launch of VectorVest 7 for Europe, Hong Kong, India

    David Menzies
    6 Jul 2015 | 5:40 am
    CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- VectorVest, a worldwide leading stock analysis system, recently announced the release of VectorVest 7 in Europe, Hong Kong, and India. The highly advanced platform, which is already available for U.S. markets, offers VectorVest clients who are trading overseas new and improved features, enabling them to successfully trade in over 7,000 listed shares. VectorVest 7 analyzes, organizes, ranks and graphs thousands of shares through an innovative and highly intuitive interface that can be customized to the individual needs of each and every user. The sophisticated platform…
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  • Phromone es un nuevo tweak que te permite personalizar Cydia

    Domadis Cabrera
    5 Jul 2015 | 2:50 pm
    Saurik publicó Cydia 1.1.19 ayer con la novedad de que ya no se ejecuta como “root”, sino como “móvil”. Esto significa que los tweaks ahora trabajarán con Cydia, a la vez que le darán a los desarrolladores la posibilidad de personalizar su interfaz y agregar nuevas funcionalidades. Pheromone es un tweak para dispositivos iOS con jailbreak desarrollado por Hashbang Productions y que está diseñado para mejorar la experiencia del usuario y añadir nuevas funcionalidades a Cydia. El tweak añade un tinte de color marrón que coincide con el icono de Cydia y que hace…
  • SoundCloud ahora permite hacer shuffle y reproducir canciones relacionadas

    Domadis Cabrera
    4 Jul 2015 | 10:41 am
    En medio de toda la emoción que rodea el lanzamiento de Apple Music, SoundCloud ha lanzado una importante actualización de su aplicación para iOS. Esta actualización introduce nuevas funcionalidades que abren oportunidades para el descubrimiento de nuevas canciones para disfrutar en la popular plataforma de streaming de audio. Quizás la adición más notable a la aplicación SoundCloud es el soporte para hacer shuffle en las canciones. La aplicación ahora te permite escuchar las canciones en tu colección al azar en lugar de escucharlas en secuencia como era habitual. La nueva función…
  • Bexar lanza sus nuevas pulseras de cuero para el Apple Watch

    Domadis Cabrera
    4 Jul 2015 | 10:29 am
    Si usted está buscando una pulsera para el Apple Watch que destaque sobre el resto, entonces tienes que echarle un vistazo a las nuevas pulseras de Bexar para Apple Watch. Todas las correas tienen exactamente 4 onzas de piel americana. La pulsera incluye las orejetas que se enganchan en el Apple Watch y una correa de cuero. Hay 3 acabados metálicos diferentes (orejetas y hebilla) para que coincida con tu modelo de Apple Watch. Puedes comprar tu correa Bexar para el Apple Watch de 38mm y el de 42mm por 130 dólares haciendo clic aquí. Bexar lanza sus nuevas pulseras de cuero para el Apple…
  • El iPhone 6s será el primer iPhone con una cámara decente

    Domadis Cabrera
    3 Jul 2015 | 12:59 pm
    Hace unos días ya dijimos que Apple se está preparando para producir en masa del iPhone 6s y el iPhone 6s Plus, y parece que ya estamos viendo las primeras filtraciones procedentes de Foxconn. Recientemente se filtraron varias imágenes que pueden revelar los planes de Apple para incluir una cámara mejorada en el nuevo iPhone. Si aceptamos como válidas las últimas filtraciones, parece que el iPhone 6S contará con una cámara principal de 12 megapíxeles, que además será capaz de grabar vídeo 4K y a cámara lenta a 240 fotogramas por segundo (FPS), una mejora que hemos estado…
  • Distintos rumores confirman la posibilidad de que el iPhone 6S venga en color rosa

    Domadis Cabrera
    3 Jul 2015 | 8:45 am
    Entre todos los rumores que conocemos sobre el iPhone 6S hay uno realmente destaca: el iPhone de color rosa. Puede sonar loco, pero son varios los informes que respaldan la posibilidad de que Apple lance una versión del iPhone 6S de color rosado. y ahora sabemos como podría lucir, gracias a un usuario de Weibo. Más allá de su nuevo color, se espera que por fuera el iPhone 6S sea prácticamente idéntico al iPhone 6. Y si eso es cierto, estas nuevas imágenes son probablemente una buena representación de como será el nuevo dispositivo si Apple decide seguir adelante con esta tonalidad.
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  • Bridging the gap between data and insight: The analytics of IoT

    Bob O'Donnell
    7 Jul 2015 | 9:30 am
    One of the big promises of IoT is supposed to be insight. The idea is that, by collecting all kinds of data from a myriad of connected sensors, both businesses and consumers will be able to learn more about the systems, devices, and environments around them.
  • AMD Radeon R9 Fury specs allegedly confirmed ahead of launch

    Tim Schiesser
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:45 am
    The AMD Radeon R9 Fury is expected to launch shortly, which might explain why we're suddenly seeing a whole bunch of leaks relating to the graphics card. The latest collection of information on the Fury, leaked by VideoCardz, includes both detailed specifications and images of a Sapphire Tri-X model.
  • AMD issues updated statement regarding Radeon R9 Fury X noise problems

    Rob Thubron
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:45 am
    AMD has released an updated statement regarding the noise issues experienced by the initial buyers of its Radeon R9 Fury X graphics cards.
  • The Voyo V2 mini desktop PC packs its own battery

    Shawn Knight
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:00 am
    Stick PCs like Intel’s tiny Compute Stick are gaining lots of traction as of late. One thing they don’t have, however, is a battery – something that the makers of the Voyo V2 TV box believe you might need.
  • SEC investigating illegally traded private tech shares

    Dieter Holger
    7 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    An investigation has been launched by the Security and Exchange Commission into private stocks that have been illegally traded in the technology industry, reports The Wall Street Journal. The shares primarily come from major pre-IPO companies, like Snapchat and Uber, which have gained multi-billion dollar valuations.
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  • How Does Autofocus Actually Work?

    Andre Infante
    7 Jul 2015 | 9:00 am
    Autofocus is a feature of modern cameras that’s easy to take for granted. But have you ever stopped to ask yourself how it works? Focusing a manual lens can be a painstaking and frustrating process, especially for amateurs — so how does your smartphone do it so easily? It turns out that that there are actually several technologies that are used to achieve an autofocus effect. Let’s start by explaining what focus is, and then how the computer in your phone can manipulate it to get a sharp image. How Focus Works The lens in your smartphone camera serves the same purpose…
  • 10 Books You Need to Read After Watching The Avengers: Age of Ultron

    Philip Bates
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:00 am
    The Avengers: Age of Ultron, the 2015 movie sequel to the hit 2012 original, was a huge success – if not critically, then definitely financially. If you, like me, thought it was better than our decidedly average review, you’ll want to immerse yourself in the world of your favorite comic book characters. But where to start? These wonderful tales from across the Marvel Universe (MU) – with a few extra reads thrown in for good measure – are your next step, whether you want physical copies or digital downloads. Avengers: Rage of Ultron This original graphic novel is the…
  • 10 Websites for Finding Free Photoshop Textures

    Saikat Basu
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:00 am
    Texture is one of those things that you have to feel — or in the case of images, see. Combining textures with regular photos is one of the more creative ways to give an ethereal quality to photographs. Use the right texture and a common photo becomes “ghostly”. Use another and you can add extra drama to a portrait that you wanted to junk. Are the photos you take frustratingly one-dimensional? That’s where Photoshop comes in. Add a layer of texture and voila – you can almost fool the eye into seeing some depth. Using Textures in Photoshop Textures are used...Read the…
  • Jam-Packed JavaScript Bundle – Learn JavaScript for Only $39

    Dave LeClair
    7 Jul 2015 | 6:30 am
    Have you always thought that learning JavaScript could be something that would be useful for your work or personal life? Intensive courses in JavaScript cost a lot of money, right? Wrong! With MakeUseOf Deals, you can grab a massive bundle of JavaScript courses for only $39. The normal price of these classes would be $474, but you can save 91% off through MakeUseOf Deals for a limited time. Don’t wait, though, because this deal ends soon. Buy: Jam-Packed JavaScript Bundle The Courses In total, you’re going to get 7 indispensable courses that will teach you everything you need to…
  • 4 Influential People Who Don’t Use Email, And Why

    Mihir Patkar
    7 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    It’s difficult to imagine a life without email, but some people are choosing to stop using it altogether. People like film director Christopher Nolan and billionaire John Paul Dejoria don’t use email at all, and couldn’t be happier about that. While you can employ strategies to avoid email overload, at some point or the other, you will probably face an intimidating number of messages in your inbox. And with new communication systems like social networks, instant messengers, and team-oriented chatrooms, there is a case to be made to dump email once and for all. As with many…
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    PC Pitstop TechTalk

  • Has Your Email Been Blocked

    Leo Notenboom
    6 Jul 2015 | 2:09 pm
    If your email fails to arrive - the reason may not be obvious. Continue Reading →The post Has Your Email Been Blocked appeared first on PC Pitstop TechTalk.Related posts:Ask Leo: Can I unsend an email? Once you hit that Send button, you must assume...You Might Be Losing Your Yahoo Email Address Yahoo recently announced they will be releasing email addresses....Wait! That Email Isn’t ‘From’ Me Leo explains how easy it is to manipulate the email...
  • Scan USB Drives with Windows 8

    Ask Dave Taylor
    6 Jul 2015 | 12:57 pm
    How to configure Windows 8/Windows defender to scan USB drives. Continue Reading →The post Scan USB Drives with Windows 8 appeared first on PC Pitstop TechTalk.Related posts:Updating Windows 8 Defender How to force an update with Windows Defender. Continue Reading...Cryptolocker Now Spreads Via Removable Drives Ransomware variations are now capable of spreading via removable...Protect Your PC Against Autorun Infections How to protect your PC from infections that come via...
  • Be Our VIP Guest at ChannelCon

    The Pit Crew
    1 Jul 2015 | 5:16 am
    The PC Matic MSP team will be in Chicago August 3-5, 2015 for CompTIA ChannelCon. Are you a Managed Service Provider? Come see us and be our VIP guest with complimentary registration. Continue Reading →The post Be Our VIP Guest at ChannelCon appeared first on PC Pitstop TechTalk.Related posts:Be Our VIP Guest at ChannelCon The PC Matic MSP will be in Phoenix August 4-6...PC Matic MSP to Sponsor MSPWorld PC Matic MSP/PC Pitstop today announced that it is sponsoring...Rob Cheng Honored as Influential MSP Industry Entrepreneur PC Pitstop CEO Rob Cheng was recently named to the...
  • Worst Internet Connection in the US

    The Pit Crew
    30 Jun 2015 | 5:38 pm
    Researchers at M-Lab have released a report detailing the worst internet connections in the country. Continue Reading →The post Worst Internet Connection in the US appeared first on PC Pitstop TechTalk.Related posts:Bob Rankin: Why Is My Internet Connection Slow? "I notice that my Internet connection seems to slow...Bob Rankin: How Can I Speed Up My Internet Connection? Want to speed up your Internet? A slow, crawling...Fastest Type of Internet Connection What is the fastest type of internet connection available...
  • FBI Warns of Ransomware 3.0
    30 Jun 2015 | 4:40 pm
    The serious threat posed by the latest version of Ransomware has been confirmed by the FBI. Continue Reading →The post FBI Warns of Ransomware 3.0 appeared first on PC Pitstop TechTalk.Related posts:FBI Warns of Ransomware Wire Transfer Scam The FBI is warning of a Chinese cyber mafia run...New Ransomware Replicates Itself A new form of Ransomware is now capable to replicating...Ransomware Horror Story Ransomware hits admin workstation and kills 7 servers. Continue Reading...
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    Online Tech Tips

  • How to Speed Up Logging Into Windows

    Aseem Kishore
    20 Jun 2015 | 1:40 pm
    Even with fast hardware and the newest operating system, logging into Windows can become painfully slow if there are a lot of programs that startup when Windows starts up. Note that I am not talking about how long it takes to boot Windows because that is a completely different beast. I’ve already written previously on speeding up Windows boot times, speeding up Windows 7 and speeding up Windows 8. Just reading those articles will help you speed up Windows guaranteed. One common theme you’ll see in those articles is managing startup items. As mentioned before, your Windows 8 or…
  • How to Combine Multiple PowerPoint Presentations

    Aseem Kishore
    19 Jun 2015 | 5:16 pm
    Do you have multiple PowerPoint presentations that you need to combine or merge into one presentation? I’ve had to do this myself a couple of times and one of the most important aspects when merging presentations is whether you want to maintain the format and theme of the inserted presentation or have it match the theme of the main presentation. The second most important factor is whether you need to maintain any animations and transitions that might be included in the inserted presentation. Depending on how you want the inserted slides to appear in the main presentation, you will need…
  • The Best Free Defrag Tool for Windows is Itself

    Aseem Kishore
    17 Jun 2015 | 6:27 pm
    Back in the days, defragging your PC was something everyone did on a regular basis, even if you had no clue what you were doing. What everyone did know was that it somehow made the computer run faster. I’ve written many articles in the past about defragmenting your hard drive, the boot sector, the paging file and even the registry. During the days of Windows XP, defragging was necessary and it made a significant difference in performance. Over time, many companies started selling third party defragging tools that supposedly did the job faster, better and more accurately. Some were…
  • How to Hide Sheets, Cells, Columns, and Formulas in Excel

    Aseem Kishore
    16 Apr 2015 | 11:46 pm
    If you use Excel on a daily basis, then you’ve probably run into situations where you needed to hide something in your Excel worksheet. Maybe you have some extra data worksheets that are referenced, but don’t need to be viewed. Or maybe you have a few rows of data at the bottom of the worksheet that need to be hidden. There are a lot of different parts to an Excel spreadsheet and each part can be hidden in different ways. In this article, I’ll walk you through the different content that can be hidden in Excel and how to get view the hidden data at a later time. How to Hide…
  • Best Free Windows Registry Cleaner

    Aseem Kishore
    16 Apr 2015 | 10:32 am
    If you’re reading this article, you came here looking for a way to “clean out” your Windows registry. Maybe someone told you that cleaning out the registry will fix computer performance issues or application crashes or something else that sounds really good. Unfortunately, many of these claims are false and could actually cause your computer more harm. The Windows registry is basically a really big database with a bunch of keys and values that stores data about everything that makes Windows and the applications installed on it run. The registry starts off very large and can…
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  • Mistakes People Make About Internet Marketing

    Laura Jackson
    21 Jun 2015 | 6:54 pm
    Internet marketing. What is the first thing that comes to mind when you hear those two words? If you do a lot of work online, you may have a pretty good idea what that refers to. You could even make an educated guess. Internet and marketing means putting ads online right? No, it is a lot more complex than that. Internet marketing is now a multi-million dollar industry. It is important you understand it because at some point you will have to use it. You see internet marketing can be used for lots of different things. Not just a business but yourself as an employee. The best way to understand…
  • Easy Methods for Backing Up Your Mobile Devices

    Laura Jackson
    16 Jun 2015 | 2:22 am
    People are usually knowledgeable enough to know that they should backup the files on their laptop or desktop computer. They will use external memory devices or cloud storage to save files, and set up automatic backups on their computer. But a lot fewer people are so vigilant about their mobile devices. Whether you have a smartphone or tablet, backing it up is just as important. You might have valuable conversations, photos and files on there, and there’s always a risk of losing them. Your device could be stolen, it could break or the data could disappear or become corrupt. To make sure…
  • Building a Strong Online Presence: What You Should Know

    Laura Jackson
    9 Jun 2015 | 9:51 pm
    Building a strong online presence is a must for businesses in this day and age. Not only will potential customers see you as more trustworthy and be more willing to work with you, you’ll get found more for relevant search terms. The stronger the presence you have, the more likely you are to be found by potential customers. Then, when potential customers do find you, they’ll trust you because of your strong online presence. Social media offers social proof, which can be a big decider in whether or not somebody works with you. Here’s everything else you should know about building a strong…
  • Simple Tactics To Get More Eyes On Your Company Website

    Laura Jackson
    7 Jun 2015 | 7:47 pm
    OK, so you have done the hard part. You have built and designed an incredible product or service and have a delightful looking website. But you aren’t getting the right amount of eyes on your landing pages that you need to break through the startup phase. Here’s what you need to do. Check your web host stats Before doing anything, check in with your web host. When businesses struggle to get traffic, they often just think ‘SEO’ and hire a company straight off the bat. However, it might be a simple problem with your web host. Make sure that they aren’t turning off…
  • Fabulous Ways to Make Your Website Fantastic

    Laura Jackson
    2 Jun 2015 | 9:49 pm
    When you run your own business, you’re going to need to figure out a lot of things. For starters, you’re going to have many more responsibilities than you’ve ever had before. And you’re going to be financing the cost of everything relating to the business. This can get pretty overwhelming in places. So it’s important to take steps now to make sure things run smoothly. Then you’ve got less to worry about when the company starts to grow. One of the essential things relating to the business that you need to spend time on is the website. All businesses need to have one, and if you…
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  • Smartphone-controlled gaming drones to bring dogfights to the office

    David Nield
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:55 am
    We've seen drones used to capture video, find fish and monitor crops, but what about using these Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) for indoor office dogfights? That's the thinking behind the new set of gaming drones for TobyRich, which let you race against friends or go head-to-head in aerial combat no matter what the setting... Continue Reading Smartphone-controlled gaming drones to bring dogfights to the office Section: Aircraft Tags: Kickstarter Smartphones Drone Gaming Related Articles: LG reveals the new wide-angle camera module you'll find on the G4 smartphone You can now remotely play…
  • Pura smart water fountain monitors your cat's drinking habits

    Richard Moss
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:51 am
    Cats are finicky at the best of times, but when it comes to drinking enough water they really don't seem to know what's best for them. Chances are you don't either. But a Taiwanese startup called Noacare believes it can sort both parties out with a smart water fountain. This new fountain, Pura, syncs with a tag on your cat's collar and an app on your smartphone to keep you up to speed on your feline friend's water intake so that you can prevent health problems before they occur... Continue Reading Pura smart water fountain monitors your cat's drinking habits Section: Pets Tags: Cats Drinking…
  • Danish festival-goers donate urine to help make beer

    Paul Ridden
    7 Jul 2015 | 6:32 am
    Rather than collect and treat the copious amount of pee produced by beer-swigging live music lovers, the organizers of last week's Roskilde Festival and the Danish Agriculture & Food Council opted to put all that liquid gold to good use. A beercycling project dubbed "From piss to pilsner" invited attendees to leave deposits for local farmers to use as fertilizer for barley crops grown to make beer... Continue Reading Danish festival-goers donate urine to help make beer Section: Outdoors Tags: Toilet Music festival Beer Urinals Related Articles: Twitter Music app set to launch Tough Tomcar…
  • Honda sets Gunness World Record for fuel efficiency in Euro road-trip

    Stu Robarts
    7 Jul 2015 | 4:55 am
    Honda has claimed a new Guinness World Record, for the "Lowest fuel consumption – all 24 contiguous EU countries (all cars)." Although that's a bit of a mouthful, it simply means that the carmaker achieved the highest fuel efficiency ever recorded while traversing all 24 adjoining EU countries... Continue Reading Honda sets Gunness World Record for fuel efficiency in Euro road-trip Section: Automotive Tags: Honda World Records Fuel efficiency Guinness Related Articles: Audi and RAC traveling through as many countries as possible on a single tank of fuel Audi A6 TDI Ultra driven through 14…
  • Philips facility develops "light recipes" for city farming

    Stu Robarts
    7 Jul 2015 | 3:19 am
    Philips has opened a new facility for developing tailored LED "light recipes" for indoor farming. The GrowWise City Farming research center in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, will be used to study how light can maximize the quality and yield of different crops. The aim is to help producers grow tasty and healthy food indoors all year round... Continue Reading Philips facility develops "light recipes" for city farming Section: Good Thinking Tags: Lighting Agriculture Farming Urban Farming Urban Gardening Related Articles: Urban Skyfarm concept would provide inner city farming space Growing…
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  • The Truth About the The Complete iOS 8 and Swift Course by Rob Percival

    John Morris
    25 Jun 2015 | 5:18 pm
    This is my review of Rob Percival’s Complete iOS8 and Swift course on Udemy. I’m writing this review because it’s a very popular course on Udemy and a topic I know my audience is interested in… so I want to help you decide if it’s the right course for you. Here’s my review of the course: Overview The Complete iOS8 and Swift course is meant to be an in-depth treatment of building iOS apps using Swift. In the course you’ll learn the following topics: XCode and Interface Builder Inputs, Buttons, and Reactive Interfaces Apple’s New Programming…
  • Top 10 Web Development Courses on Udemy

    John Morris
    20 Jun 2015 | 7:28 am
    This is my list of the top 10 web development courses on Udemy. My reviews are based on my experience with the course and my 10+ years experience as a web developer. I am an affiliate for Udemy, so if you choose to purchase a course using my discount links below I will (at no cost to you) earn a small commission. But, my reviews are based purely on my objective opinion of the courses. So, here’s my top 10: 1. Complete Web Developer Course – Build 14 Websites This is #1 because it’s the most comprehensive web development course I’ve found on Udemy. It has 235 lectures…
  • Prevent XSS Attacks. Escape Strings in PHP

    John Morris
    18 Jun 2015 | 6:51 am
    Here’s how to prevent XSS attacks by escaping output in PHP: Here’s the code I used in the video: <?php function _e($string) { echo htmlspecialchars($string, ENT_QUOTES, 'UTF-8'); //echo htmlentities($string, ENT_QUOTES, 'UTF-8'); } ?> <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <meta charset="UTF-8"> <title>Escape Output</title> </head> <body> <?php _e('This is a problem: <script>alert("Yikes");</script>'); ?> </body> </html> What Is XSS? XSS stands for cross-site scripting and it refers to…
  • Coupon Code for the Build Websites From Scratch With HTML and CSS Course on Udemy

    John Morris
    8 Jun 2015 | 12:30 pm
    The Build Websites From Scratch With HTML and CSS course on Udemy is a step-by-step look at building websites using HTML and CSS. The course covers these topics: Building your first web page DOCTYPE Hyperlinks Images Tables Forms HTML5 Inline Styles External Styles Selectors Classes and IDs Inheritance Pixels vs ems And a bunch more You can check out my full review of the Build Websites From Scratch With HTML and CSS course here if you still have questions. Otherwise, you can use the special link below for an 73% off coupon to the course: Click here for the 73% off coupon code That is an…
  • The Truth About the Build Websites From Scratch With HTML and CSS Course by Brad Hussey

    John Morris
    8 Jun 2015 | 12:10 pm
    This is my review of Brad Hussey’s Build Websites From Scratch With HTML and CSS course on Udemy. I’m writing this review because it’s a very popular course on Udemy and a topic I know my audience is interested in… so I want to help you decide if it’s the right course for you. Here’s my review of the course: Overview The Build Websites From Scratch With HTML and CSS course is meant to be an in-depth treatment of both HTML and CSS covering topics such as: Building your first web page DOCTYPE Hyperlinks Images Tables Forms HTML5 Inline Styles External Styles…
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  • 9 Websites Where You Can Learn Anything for Free

    Maria Krisette Capati
    6 Jul 2015 | 4:25 pm
    Do you have spare time after work? Perhaps, you want to make your summer productive. Want to learn a new course, language, skill or just about anything? Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are becoming popular these days. With websites and apps offering these services accessible via desktop and mobile devices, eLearning has become flexible, transparent, and collaborative.Here are 9 websites you can visit, while most of them also have their own mobile versions. To access the courses, you need to create an account or link it to your social media account.1. UdemyUdemy is a global e-learning…
  • How to Upgrade to Linux Kernel 4.1.1 on Ubuntu

    Ayo Isaiah
    6 Jul 2015 | 2:25 pm
    Linux Kernel 4.1.1 was released earlier this week with a host of improvements and new features making it the most advanced and stable version of the 4.x LTS series.Greg Kroah-Hartman, who released this latest version, recommended existing users of the 4.1 kernel series upgrade immediately. As the Linux Kernel 4.1.1 is an LTS version, every week a new version of Kernel 4.1.x will be released.According to the change log, there are Brodwell-specific enhancements as well as support for ATOL FPrint fiscal printers. Also, an overflow warning with 32-bit binutils has been removed.In addition,…
  • How to Repair, Refurbish and Update an Old iPod

    Phil South
    6 Jul 2015 | 7:50 am
    The iPod Mini was a groundbreaking Apple product, but it relied on a tiny Compact Flash-sized hard drive called a MicroDrive for its 4Gb storage. Many of these units are now very cheap to buy as spares and repairs, but you can you turn them into a new upgraded 64Gb iPod, with a little time and tech knowledge.Although the iPod Mini was revolutionary in many ways, within a year the Mini was replaced by the solid state iPod Nano. The Mini was a good little iPod, but it was not their favorite son. It had a tiny hard drive in it, and these were prone to head crashes and drive errors.In this…
  • How to Remove EXIF Data from Images on Your Mac

    Mahesh Makvana
    5 Jul 2015 | 7:50 am
    Every time you capture an image using your digital camera or smartphone, some details about the image are saved along with the image itself. That data is also referred to as metadata or EXIF data. It contains information including the device name that was used to capture the image, location information, the time and date when the image was taken, and so on.While having this data stored along with the image is not an issue, you may want to strip off the data when you share these images over the Internet. I am sure you do not want a stranger to know the exact location where you took that image,…
  • How Large Can a DDoS Attack Get?

    Miguel Leiva-Gomez
    4 Jul 2015 | 2:25 pm
    Distributed denial of service (DDoS) is the most common way that hackers bring websites, gaming servers, and various other services that depend on the internet down abruptly. The severity of the attack could vary, ranging from a mild inconvenience to a total takedown of a server. Sometimes it’s more than just a server involved. Yes, for many years ambitious groups and individuals have had much larger targets in mind when planning their attacks. Some have even succeeded. Where do they draw the limit? Is there a limit at all to how large these attacks can get? What We’ve Learned…
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  • The Best Samsung Galaxy Tablets of 2015

    Mayur Somani
    3 Jul 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Today, in the technology world, it is almost impossible to think about a life without gadgets surrounding us. Be it smartphones, laptops or tablets, these gadgets have become an indispensable part of our lives. If you look around you would that today, everyone from business professionals to school kids use a tablet and why not, […] The post The Best Samsung Galaxy Tablets of 2015 appeared first on TekNoise.
  • What is a Smart TV and Why Do I Need One?

    Mayur Somani
    25 May 2015 | 11:07 pm
    There was a time that all TVs were very basic electronics. You plugged them in, turned them on, and watched whatever was on. Over the decades, new advancements made it possible to do much more with a television thanks to an assortment of devices that you could connect to the television. Advancements continued and now […] The post What is a Smart TV and Why Do I Need One? appeared first on TekNoise.
  • HCL tablets – There are a myriad of choice

    Mayur Somani
    11 Feb 2015 | 2:45 am
    HCL is one of the popular and reputed brands in the international electronics’ market. With its wide range of products like laptops and tablets, HCL has successfully made its name to be known in the international competitive markets. HCL tablets lets you do more To continue this Endeavour of success, HCL has also released a […] The post HCL tablets – There are a myriad of choice appeared first on TekNoise.
  • Triporg – The personal travel guide in your smartphone

    Mayur Somani
    27 Jun 2013 | 8:45 am
    Organizing a trip is a wonderful experience. Choosing the destination is exciting but it takes a lot of time to plan what to do there: you should consider what is on, opening times, distances, etc… Triporg is here to help you! Triporg is the online trip organizer that in a few seconds helps you to […] The post Triporg – The personal travel guide in your smartphone appeared first on TekNoise.
  • HTC Desire 600 Smartphone, Will it attract the mid-level consumers?

    Mayur Somani
    1 Jun 2013 | 12:12 am
    HTC released smart looking; dual-SIM Android based Desire 600 Smartphone. Now it came-up with HTC desire 600, slimmer and center ranged dual-SIM handset. This device runs with Android jelly Bean operating system and fully featured Qualcomm 1.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 200 chipset. Designer presented device with Video highlight characteristic that provide utmost originality and highly multitasking capability. This […] The post HTC Desire 600 Smartphone, Will it attract the mid-level consumers? appeared first on TekNoise.
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  • Kareena Kapoor Sizzles In Brothers Song Mera Naam Mary! Watch

    6 Jul 2015 | 10:26 am
    Just when we thought things couldn’t get any hotter after looking at the glimpses of Kareena Kapoor Khan’s sizzling desi avatar from her item number ‘Mera Naam Mary’ from upcoming film Brothers, the makers of the film released song’s teaser and the actress looks nothing less than a flawless beauty in silver!The teaser starts with Kareena Kapoor Khan grooving on the beats of ‘Mera Naam Mary’ in very sensual way. Dressed in a silver separates, which just enhance her perfectly toned figure, Kareena in the teaser of the song surely succeed in teasing the audiences with her seductive…
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  • Hema Malini Injured In Accident, 1 Girl Dead!

    2 Jul 2015 | 11:18 am
    Veteran Bollywood actor and BJP MP Hema Malini met with a road accident when her Mercedes Benz collided with an Alto car in Dausa, Rajasthan tonight. The actor was rushed to Fortis Hospital in Jaipur with head injuries. The 66-year-old actress received a stitch on her head and was bleeding on the forehead area above the right eye. Reportedly, her condition is stable now.Hema Malini was on her way to Jaipur from Agra when her mercedes car rammed into an Alto car near Dausa. Sadly a 4 year old child in the Alto died in the mishap, and the rest four people including two women,…
  • Puli - Official Teaser | Vijay, Sridevi , Sudeep, Shruti Haasan, Hansika Motwani

    21 Jun 2015 | 11:30 am
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  • Tips To Fix Wi-Fi Not Working After iOS 8.4 Update

    shabnam sultan
    7 Jul 2015 | 1:48 am
    Updated iPhone, iPad to iOS 8.4 and experiencing Wi-Fi not working after iOS 8.4 update? Many users who have upgraded to iOS 8.4 are complaining that Wi-Fi is not working after update on iPhone, iPad. If you are also experiencing Wi-Fi issues after iOS 8.4 update, here are the possible fixes. Fix Wi-Fi Not Working After iOS 8.4 Update 1. Forget the network When Wi-Fi is not working on iPhone, iPad after iOS 8.4 update, try to forget the Network and then rejoin. Launch the “Settings” app on your iPhone, iPad. Tap on Wi-Fi. Find the Network, you are having This is a post from:…
  • 6 Must Play Games for Your Galaxy S6

    shabnam sultan
    6 Jul 2015 | 10:21 pm
    The Samsung Galaxy S6 is a 5.1-inch Super AMOLED Quad-HD display smartphone packed with Octa-core Exynos processor running on Android 5.0 Lollipop. Listed below are must play games for your Galaxy S6 which you will enjoy playing for sure. Find more about Galaxy S6 tips and tricks. 6 Must Play Games for Your Galaxy S6 1. Lara Croft: Relic Run Lara Croft is a free action Android game by Square Enix which is quite similar to Temple Run. If you enjoy playing Temple Run then Lara Croft is a must install game on Galaxy S6. The game is quite addictive, This is a post from: Techiezlounge
  • How To Fix iOS 8.4 GPS Issue

    shabnam sultan
    3 Jul 2015 | 7:45 pm
    Apple released iOS 8.4 with support for Apple Music, however, many users are facing GPS issues after upgrading to iOS 8.4. iOS users are facing GPS signal when they are using apps like Apple Maps, Google Maps, Waze and others. Here, are some tips and tricks which you should follow to fix iOS 8.4 GPS issues on iPhone, iPad. How To Fix iOS 8.4 GPS Issue 1. Reset Network Settings If you are facing GPS signal issue after upgrading to iOS 8.4 while using Apple Maps, Google Maps, Waze on your device, try to Reset Network Settings. Open “Settings”. Tap This is a post from: Techiezlounge
  • Tips To Fix WiFi Issues in iPhone 6

    shabnam sultan
    3 Jul 2015 | 2:11 am
    Are you facing WiFi issues on your iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus? Many iPhone 6 users are facing WiFi issues which includes- unable to connect to WiFi, slow Wifi connection or more. Read on , tips to fix WiFi issues in iPhone 6. Tips To Fix WiFi Issues in iPhone 6 1. Disable Wi-Fi Networking Services Go and disable Wi-Fi Networking. Go to “Settings”. Tap on “Privacy” Now, tap on “Location Services” Choose “System Services”. 1. Reset Network Settings If you are unable to connect your iPhone to WiFi, try to Reset Network Settings. Open…
  • List of iOS 8.4 Compatible Jailbreak Tweaks

    shabnam sultan
    2 Jul 2015 | 10:37 pm
    Are you looking for list of iOS 8.4 compatible jailbreak tweaks and apps on Cydia. Apple released iOS 8.4 along with Apple Music. The TaiG team released iOS 8.4 Untethered jailbreak on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. The jailbreak tool comes along with integrated Cydia 1.1.18 along with bugs fixes and improvements. Many users who have jailbroken their iOS devices on iOS 8.4 are finding that some of jailbreak tweaks have no support for iOS 8.4. List of iOS 8.4 Compatible Jailbreak Tweaks Action Menu Activator AlarmVolume AlternateControls Andrios AquaBoard Apex 2 Auxo 3 BetterWifi 7 BerryC8…
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  • FBI Director Comey's false dilemma: "ban encryption or accept terrorism"

    David Glance, Director of UWA Centre for Software Practice at University of Western Australia
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:17 am
    FBI Director James Comey Flikr/Paul MorigiJames Comey, Director of the FBI is the latest to add his voice to the call for a ban on the use strong encryption. In a blog post, Comey outlines the potential costs to public safety that come with security services not being able to intercept communications. In particular, he uses the threat of ISIL (ISIS) recruiting “troubled” US citizens and convincing them, over encrypted messaging apps, to “kill people”. Comey’s concerns about communications “going dark” or being unavailable to intercept by law enforcement organisations come after…
  • Off the mark: timing is everything in Tour de France sprints

    Chris Abbiss, Associate professor at Edith Cowan University
    6 Jul 2015 | 10:22 pm
    It only takes a small error in tactics to loose a sprint, as Mark Cavendish found out in stage 2. Frans de Wit/Flickr, CC BY-NC-NDThey say there is no such thing as second place in the Tour de France. The competition is hot, and the individual cyclists and their teams need to cover every possible detail in order to get the edge required to win. It can even come down to a matter of timing the start of their crucial final sprint within a one or two second window. And if they’re slightly off the mark, it could cost them the stage victory, as happened on Tuesday. This year’s Tour de France…
  • What the Dog-Fish and Camel-Bird can tell us about how our brains work

    Jessica Birkett, PhD Candidate at University of Melbourne; Teaching Associate at Monash University
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:10 pm
    One of the psychadelic nightmares generated by Google's Inceptionism system. Google ResearchYou may have seen some of the “nightmarish” images generated by Google’s aptly named Inceptionism project. Here we have freakish fusions of dogs and knights (as in the image above), dumbells with arms attached (see below) and a menagerie of Hieronymus Bosch-ian creatures: Coming soon to a nightmare near you. Google Research But these are more than just computerised curiosities. The process that generated these images can actually tell us a great deal about how our own minds process and…
  • Dumb or dumber? Jim Carrey's anti-vax antics expose the tactics of internet cranks

    Michael J. I. Brown, Associate professor at Monash University
    5 Jul 2015 | 9:21 pm
    Jim Carrey might mean well, but his Twitter rants against vaccines only make him look dumb. EPA/Erik S. LesserComedian Jim Carrey flew his anti-vaccination colours on Twitter last week, railing against new Californian laws designed to reduce the number of unvaccinated children in public schools. Along the way, Carrey has provided some excellent examples of the tactics used by online cranks, such as emotional escalation, errors of omission, dismissing experts and proclaiming to support science while simultaneously undermining it. It is by teasing out these crank tactics that we can see…
  • Australia's Chief Scientist on getting our research priorities right

    Ian Chubb, Chief Scientist for Australia at Office of the Chief Scientist
    5 Jul 2015 | 1:16 pm
    National priorities can help focus our research efforts. AAP Image/Lukas CochThis is the first in our series on the Science and Research Priorities recently announced by the Federal Government. Stay tuned for expert roundups on each of the nine priorities in coming days. In 2012 the Australian Council of Learned Academies commissioned a survey of some 1,200 researchers, at all stages from graduate to retired, about their thoughts on the career they had chosen. For three out of four, the best thing about the job was the chance to work on interesting and important issues. The passion for…
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  • Shopping and mobile recharge goes hand in hand with Mobikwik

    Priyanka Bhowmick
    16 Jun 2015 | 4:17 am
    Today MobiKwik has even more than 5 million subscribers that they have gained through online mobile recharge. Mobikwik today believes that by adopting low-cost smartphones in today’s world it is currently showing the intake of all the online mobile recharge services while the less speed of the internet is also affecting the trust of theRead More
  • How to stay updated with the latest tech news?

    Priyanka Bhowmick
    16 Jun 2015 | 3:54 am
    Rapidly-changing technology is a fact, and as such, it’s important to follow the latest trends in order to develop products that the market is ready and willing to consume. If your company doesn’t, the competitors surely will, and it’s in your best interest to avoid that type of situation. If you have some extra timeRead More
  • How the Medical industry advanced with Lasik technology?

    Priyanka Bhowmick
    5 Jun 2015 | 9:37 am
    A look back over the past 20 years gives some clear insight into how technology has helped spur on medical advances. From electronic health records to lasers that enable precision microsurgery to remote monitoring tools that cut healthcare costs, technology has been at the forefront of medical advances. A look ahead shows that the helix-likeRead More
  • Get a secured Career path in the MIS department

    Priyanka Bhowmick
    5 Jun 2015 | 9:09 am
      Data and information are the two inseparable items in any type of organization, whether mid sized or large firms. Since early 90’s lot of IT companies starting investing in India. But after a few years, it became tough for them to handle data of such high volume. So a specialized role was defined inRead More
  • Will Yuphoria be able to conquer the budget smartphone market?

    Priyanka Bhowmick
    13 May 2015 | 11:57 am
    Micromax’s latest venture Yu Televentures recently released their new budget smartphone- Yu Yuphoria yesterday. Before that Yu successfully sold their complete units of Yu Yureka which was priced Rs. 8,999. The latest Yuphoria is priced Rs. 6,999 which is emphasized upon its looks including a metallic frame which gives it a gleaming look. Yuphoria hasRead More
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  • Pressure mounts on Google to extend Right to Be Forgotten to US

    Mark Wilson
    7 Jul 2015 | 9:29 am
    The Right To Be Forgotten has proved controversial. A little over a year ago Google was told by a European court that it should accept requests to remove from search results pages that are "inadequate, irrelevant or no longer relevant". Now, calls for the scheme to be extended to the US are growing ever-louder. Consumer Watchdog not only says that the Right To Be Forgotten should be brought to the US, but also that Google's refusal to do so is an "unfair and deceptive" business practice. The consumer group is writing to the Federal Trade Commission calling for the search giant to be…
  • Bitcoin prices rise after Greece referendum

    Sead Fadilpašić
    7 Jul 2015 | 9:25 am
    A crisis to some is an opportunity to others, and Bitcoin seems to be taking full advantage of Greece’s current situation. IBTimes reported on Monday how the price of Bitcoin rose to a four-month high this past Sunday. The price rose after Greece voted "No" in a referendum regarding the international bailout. According to Coindesk’s Bitcoin Price Index, the cryptocurrency reached a peak of $273 (£175) at around 6pm GMT on Sunday. At the same time, reports started coming in on the Greek referendum results. Greece was offered financial bailout, but would have to make painful reforms and…
  • Translation Connector for AEM helps companies manage localized content

    Ian Barker
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:59 am
    Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) is used by many businesses to control content and ensure that it's consistent across channels. But what it doesn't help with is localizing sites into different languages. Into this gap is stepping translation specialist Smartling with Translation Connector, which brings its cloud-based translation management platform to users of AEM 6.1. It allows AEM users to seamlessly connect to the Smartling platform from within the AEM 6.1 system where they can then submit content for translation and localization to be fulfilled by their preferred language service…
  • Malware-as-a-service is cyber criminals' new lucrative business

    Stuart Poole-Robb
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:41 am
    Organized criminal gangs (OCGs) are increasingly using software services of the type more usually associated with legitimate corporations to grow their operations. By offering malware-as-a-service, OCGs are employing business models similar to those developed by legitimate companies in order to extend their global reach. The companies providing the software used by OCGs to break into organizations’ IT systems, commonly called malware, now employ business models frequently comprising a revenue stream, a budget, market researchers, a global pool of developers, software quality assurance and…
  • How mobile access is changing the Internet

    Ian Barker
    7 Jul 2015 | 6:48 am
    Mobile Internet doesn't just liberate us from the constraints of a wired connection, it offers hundreds of millions around the world their only, or primary, means of getting online. The latest Global Internet report from the Internet Society focuses on mobile usage and how it has changed, and is changing, the way we use the Web. In addition the mobile Internet doesn't only extend the reach of the Internet as used on fixed connections, but it offers a range of new functionality in combination with the latest portable smart devices. Already 94 percent of the global population is covered by a…
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  • ASUS ZenPower 10050mAh Power Bank: Review

    Himanshu Gupta
    28 Jun 2015 | 11:44 am
    ASUS launched there first power bank with ASUS Zenfone 2. This 10050mAh powerbank can full charge any smartphone atleast once. Weighing just 215g with a length and breadth similar to a credit card and thickness similar to the length of a conventional SIM card. Available in many colours such as Black, Gold, Silver, Pink and […]
  • ASUS Zenfone 2: Review

    Himanshu Gupta
    14 Jun 2015 | 10:50 am
    ASUS has extended its Zenfone, smartphone series with Zenfone 2. A brand earlier known for PC components such as motherboards and GPUs is been in the smartphone market with smartphones  , tablets and hybrids. Today we have the Zenfone 2 with us having a form factor which looks inspired by other smartphones from other brands […]
  • Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro Review:Sexy is the word

    Himanshu Gupta
    24 May 2015 | 10:23 am
    The first word that comes out of your mouth is Sexy when you catch a glance of Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro. Just a half inch thick this baby feels like carrying a tick metal sheet. Not only the thickness but its 360 bendable structure which makes it a laptop or ultrabook and a tablet. Look […]
  • Gionee launches Elife S7 in India at Rs. 24,999

    Himanshu Gupta
    5 Apr 2015 | 9:56 am
    Gionee launched their latest flagship smartphone in India, Elife S7. The device is just 5.5mm thick and runs on an Octa Core processor. Gionee Elife S7 comes with a U shape design of railway tracks. The front and black all glass which is Corning glass 3 to protect it from scratches. It has a 2700 […]
  • The Best Tablets in 2015

    Himanshu Gupta
    1 Mar 2015 | 2:18 am
    Tablets are the new, killer device of the generation. Where once people used to think that a computer pretty much required a keyboard and many of the features we commonly associate with laptops and PCs, the staggering success of tablets and smartphones has firmly silenced these initial quandaries. If you’re thinking of making the leap […]
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  • Asus Zenpower 10050 mAh Power Bank Review : Sturdy, Efficient & Compact

    Amandeep Singh Nagpal
    20 Jun 2015 | 4:55 am
    Smartphones have become a necessity in life which are used for various purposes like Music, Camera, Videos, Business, GPS Navigation, Browsing and what not. All these things lead to battery drain...
  • Teewe 2 Review : Chromecast Media Streamer Alternative

    Amandeep Singh Nagpal
    20 Jun 2015 | 4:48 am
    Manufactured and Launched by Bangalore based Mango Man, Teewe 2 is the 2nd version of its predecessor which is small in size with the better Wi-Fi chipset. Gone are the days when you needed to have...
  • LIVA X MINI PC By Elite Group Unveiled in India

    Amandeep Singh Nagpal
    30 Apr 2015 | 9:35 pm
    Taiwan based company Elitegroup Computer System launched their product LIVA X Mini PC which is a fan-less design and low power consumption small-size computer in India at very affordable price. Liva...
  • Download UC Browser for your Desktop / Laptop

    Amandeep Singh Nagpal
    11 Apr 2015 | 2:39 am
    Yes, Now you can use your favorite UC Browser on your computer which till date was available for Mobile Devices only. UC Browser became the no. 1 Mobile Browser in the past and still continues to be...
  • Bowers & Wilkins launches new headphones, bluetooth speaker in India

    Amandeep Singh Nagpal
    13 Mar 2015 | 10:02 am
    Bowers & Wilkins launched three new products today – The T7 Bluetooth speaker as well as the second generation of the P5 and C5 headphones. The Bowers & Wilkins P5 series 2 headphones...
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    FierceMobileIT News

  • Tempered Glass: Google's revamped smartglasses project will reportedly focus on the enterprise

    Robert Bartley
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:17 am
    It seems that the latest push for Google Glass – which the company never truly gave up on – will focus on the workplace and professionals who would benefit from a hands-free, eye-activated computer system. Reports of unnamed sources "familiar" with the next iteration of Google Glass said the company has started referring to the project as "Enterprise Edition" or "Google Glass EE."
  • Tour de France and IoT together at last... Or are they?

    Fred Donovan
    7 Jul 2015 | 6:33 am
    With much fanfare, South African IT firm Dimension Data proclaimed that it was partnering with Amaury Sport Organisation, which owns the Tour de France, to "deliver [a] big data cycling analytics platform for the first time in the history of professional cycling." Unfortunately, the website is not live yet, even though the Tour de France is into its fourth day.
  • Microsoft offers $100K grants for research into HoloLens applications

    Fred Donovan
    7 Jul 2015 | 6:19 am
    Microsoft is offering U.S. academic research teams grants of $100,000 each to work on applications for HoloLens, its augmented reality headset. A total of five awards will be made, and each winning team will get two HoloLens development kits.
  • Spotlight: Samsung pilloried for smartphone bloatware in China

    Fred Donovan
    6 Jul 2015 | 10:12 am
    Samsung is facing a lawsuit in China for preinstalling too many apps on its smartphones, a practice known as bloatware.
  • Amazon releases Android, iOS mobile apps for its Cloud Drive service

    Fred Donovan
    6 Jul 2015 | 9:11 am
    Amazon has released dedicated Android and iOS mobile apps for its Cloud Drive service, which is a competitor to Dropbox, Google Drive and other file hosing service, reported TechCrunch.
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  • Reveal – Ask Me Anything

    Melissa Welliver
    6 Jul 2015 | 6:30 pm
    Reveal - Ask Me AnythingKindr Inc.Social NetworkingFreeDownloadAs social media marches ever forward, inevitably a constant stream of new social apps and websites will appear. One such application is Reveal, a fun and innovative mash up of snapchat, Twitter and Facebook. The idea is simple: Users can submit short questions to their friendship circles and peers in order to get to know them better – ranging from embarrassing secrets such as ‘what’s your most embarrassing crush?’ to more general submissions like ‘how is your day?’. The users can then answer the…
  • iPhone 6s Getting Thicker, iPad Pro Getting El Capitan?

    6 Jul 2015 | 3:14 pm
    When was the last time an Apple product actually got thicker? I think that would be the iPad 3, the first Retina Apple tablet, a product generally reviled by the critics and loved users. However, if the latest iPhone 6s rumor come true, Apple’s next smartphone update will fatter if only just a little.Tapscape has reported extensively on the upcoming iPhone 6s and the details have remained quite stable over time — updated 12MP camera, Force Touch haptic feedback, faster A9 processor and 2GB RAM.However, fresh juice from an unnamed source adds a new iPhone 6s wrinkle:This device would…
  • Turn Off Apple Music Automatic Renewal

    3 Jul 2015 | 6:04 pm
    The Apple Music free three month trial is very generous — it’s full service at zero cost for three months. However, you should take note it’s a “free trial (credit card required)”. In other words, if you forgot to turn off automatic renewal feature, Apple Music will automatically start charging your credit when three months are up — here’s how to turn Apple Music Automatic Renewal.1. Open Apple Music and tap the Account icon in the upper left corner of the app.See also: iOS 8.4 Ships with Apple Music, Beats 12. Tap View Apple IDSee also: Can I Listen to Apple…
  • Wineosphere iPhone App Review

    Aron Kramer
    3 Jul 2015 | 5:54 am
    FreeDownloadIntroductionIf there’s one thing in life that can bring forth truly wonderful things then it’s passion. Whether you’re designing an app or in this case, are completely hooked on drinking and testing the best wines of Australia, you can always sense if something is done with passion and this often leads to great things.Today Tapscape’s featuring a rather remarkable app called Wineosphere—a beautifully designed app by Tantsissa. I got the chance to check it out so without further ado, let’s dive straight into the review.A world on its ownIt…
  • Bonus Slots – Casino Slot Machine App for Android

    Ryan Chang
    3 Jul 2015 | 1:07 am
    Casino games have always been a popular niche for Mobile games, and Bonus Slots do not disappoint. The game is very simple to learn yet fun and addictive to play. Made by Clockwatchers, the company has also made a variety of other casino related games, so you can rest assured about the quality.Reading user reviews and from my testing experience, the most impressive part about Bonus Slots is its graphics. The graphics are HD, original artwork and in very high quality. There are many different slot machines you can unlock one by one, and each one yields amazing graphics and pictures.Taking…
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  • Is This Game Console Relic Precursor of the Sony Playstation?

    mike chua
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:25 am
    Game console exists as far back as the 60s, but it was only in the 1980s that the competition got really heated up. The competition continued into the 1990s, which saw Sega and Nintendo dominating the market. However, unbeknownst to many, during that time Japanese electronic giant, Sony was toying with the idea of a game console too. It started by striking a deal with Nintendo to add CD capabilities to the then-hot Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) and Sony itself will design and produce a separate console that will play SNES cartridge games and titles for the SNES CD called Play…
  • You Can Create Crystal Clear Ice Balls with This Dual-Chambered Ice Tray

    mike chua
    7 Jul 2015 | 2:18 am
    Looking to dazzle your guests during your at-home cocktail party? If so, you probably can start with the ice in their drinks. Instead of the usual cubes or rocks, you can create some super cool crystal clear ice balls with the Polar Ice Tray from an outfit called U-Cube Designs. The product doesn’t quite say what it can actually achieve, which is to create perfectly clear ice balls through a special process. When we say ‘perfectly clear’, it means an ice ball that’s void of impurities, air bubbles, frostbites or whatsoever. And the best part is, you can do it without specialty…
  • Look, Samsung Has Have 2TB Version of its 3D V-NAND Powered SSD

    mike chua
    7 Jul 2015 | 1:09 am
    We are guessing most storage-hungry computer users probably rely on external hard drives to mitigate the storage crunch. It can be quite messy, you know, with all the cables and blocks sitting out on the desk but a necessary evil, nonetheless. That’s until now. Samsung has just announced 2 terabytes version of the company’s 3D V-NAND-powered solid state drive, the 850 EVO and PRO. Enclosed in the same 7 millimeters thin aluminum case, these new SSDs features Samsung’s advanced chip solutions, comprising of 128 individual Samsung 32-layer 128GB 3D V-NAND flash chips, upgraded…
  • GoPro HERO4 Session: The Smallest GoPro Yet Takes on a Cube Form

    mike chua
    6 Jul 2015 | 8:59 pm
    GoPro is phenomena. It basically sets the benchmark for action cameras. Though compact, its matchbox-size form factor is not everyone’s cuppa and is clearly aerodynamically non-beneficial and that’s not to mention it won’t fit everywhere, but that’s set to change with the cube-style GoPro HERO4 Session. As you can see, the HERO4 Session is unlike any of its predecessor. Not only did it takes on a radically different form, it is also touted as the smallest and lightest GoPro yet. Unlike previous GoPro models that requires a separate housing to get under water, the HERO4…
  • 2008 Yamaha Scorpio Proves That Boxy Motorcycle Can Look Fabulous Too

    mike chua
    6 Jul 2015 | 7:57 am
    I felt uneasy for a whole week because I knew I saw something ‘newsworthy’ last week but just couldn’t recall what was it until today. It was this super awesome 2008 Yamaha Scorpio by Jakarta custom bike builder Thrive Motorcycles. I think we don’t need to say a lot; one look, you know this ain’t your typical yard build, which is result in the uneasiness that plagued me for the whole week. Anyways, boxy objects are hardly beauties by default. The fact that you don’t see squarish bikes running around is a good enough proof. But as it turns out, boxy design actually looks pretty…
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    Android Geeks » Android News

  • Motorola Smartphone With 4G LTE-A and MIMO Wi-Fi Support Visits FCC

    Babu Mohan
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:32 am
    Motorola may not have launched a new high-end smartphone so far this year, but the company does have plans to launch quite a few new high-end smartphones in the coming weeks. One such device recently visited the FCC to receive certification from the agency. The device is only listed as model 5137 by the FCC, […]
  • Best Smartwatches of July 2015

    Liviu Anca
    7 Jul 2015 | 6:42 am
    Contents:ASUS ZenWatchLG G WatchLG G Watch RLG G Watch UrbaneMotorola Moto 360Pebble TimePebble SteelSamsung Gear SSamsung Gear LiveSamsung Gear 2Samsung Gear 2 NeoSamsung Gear FitSony SmartWatch 3More than a year ago, Google announced Android Wear, the company’s new operating system for smartwatches and other such wearables. A number of companies announced their intentions to launch Android Wear-powered […]
  • HTC’s Upcoming ‘Aero’ Rumored to Feature a Quad HD Display With Gorilla Glass 4

    Babu Mohan
    7 Jul 2015 | 5:52 am
    HTC CEO had revealed a few weeks back that the company will be launching a new ‘Hero’ device in October this year to help revive the company’s sales. This year has been very unlucky for the Taiwanese smartphone manufacturer as sales of its latest flagship smartphone the One M9 have been much lower than expected. […]
  • Sony Mobile CEO: We Will Never Leave the Smartphone Business

    Babu Mohan
    7 Jul 2015 | 5:19 am
    New Sony Mobile CEO and President, Hiroki Totoki has recently made it clear that the company has no plans to exit the smartphone business ever. We have seen a number of reports come up in the last few months about Sony contemplating a sale or getting into a joint venture in its smartphone business. Totoki […]
  • Paranoid Android 5.1 for Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 6, and Nexus 7 Now Live

    Liviu Anca
    7 Jul 2015 | 4:07 am
    Paranoid Android is one of the most popular custom ROMs and the team behind it just announced that Paranoid Android 5.1 for Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 6, and Nexus 7 (2012 and 2013) is now available for download. The announcement was made on Paranoid Android’s blog page here. The Paranoid Android fans were expecting this […]
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    QualityPoint Blogs

  • Google Doodle celebrates Japanese Director Eiji Tsuburaya’s 114th Birthday

    7 Jul 2015 | 12:14 am
    Google is celebrating the Japanese special effects director Eiji Tsuburaya’s 114th Birthday by showing an interactive animated Doodle on its homepage. Eiji Tsuburaya (July 7, 1901 – January 25, 1970) was responsible for many Japanese science-fiction movies, being one of the co-creators of the Godzilla series, as well as the main creator of Ultraman. He was the first son of Isamu and Sei Tsuburaya, with a large extended family. His mother died when he was only three. While his family’s traditional religion was Nichiren Buddhism, Tsuburaya converted to Roman Catholicism in his…
  • Seahorse tails could inspire new generation of robots

    5 Jul 2015 | 11:45 pm
    Monday, July 6, 2015., According to a new study reported Thursday in the journal Science, researchers get inspired from a seahorse tail which led to the big breakthrough in robotics, defense systems and biomedicine. The study reported outlines the virtues of the seahorse’s unusual skeletal structure, including a tail in which a vertebral column is surrounded by square bony plates. These systems may soon help create technology that offers new approaches to surgery, search and rescue missions or industrial applications. Seahorse tails are organized into square prisms surrounded by bony…
  • MIT researchers reveal brainwave changes in patients receiving nitrous oxide

    5 Jul 2015 | 11:21 pm
    Nitrous oxide, commonly known as “laughing gas,” has been used in anesthesiology practice since the 1800s, but the way it works to create altered states is not well understood. In a study published this week in Clinical Neurophysiology, MIT researchers reveal some key brainwave changes among patients receiving the drug. For a period of about three minutes after the administration of nitrous oxide at anesthetic doses, electroencephalogram (EEG) recordings show large-amplitude slow-delta waves, a powerful pattern of electrical firing that sweeps across the front of the brain as slowly as…
  • Reddit moderators shutdown their popular subreddits

    3 Jul 2015 | 3:04 am
    Reddit is an entertainment, social networking, and news website where registered community members can submit content, such as text posts or direct links, making it essentially an online bulletin board system. Registered users can then vote submissions up or down to organize the posts and determine their position on the site’s pages. It was founded by University of Virginia roommates Steve Huffman and Alexis Ohanian in 2005. Victoria Taylor started working as an employee of Reddit in June of 2013 in the role of Director of Communications. She was responsible for managing Reddit’s…
  • Microsoft made the WorldWide Telescope as open source

    3 Jul 2015 | 12:52 am
    Microsoft has announced that the WorldWide Telescope is now open source under the MIT license and has become an independent project as part of the .NET Foundation. WorldWide Telescope began in 2007 as a Microsoft Research project, with early partners including astronomers and educators from Caltech, Harvard, Johns Hopkins, Northwestern, the University of Chicago and several NASA facilities. “Over the past eight years, millions of people have downloaded and used WorldWide Telescope, coming to rely on its unified astronomical image and data environment for exploratory research, teaching…
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  • Router Beamforming. Cos’è e cosa fa.

    7 Jul 2015 | 3:30 am
      Sappiamo tutti come funziona il Wifi. Prima di tutto si tratta d’un segnale senza fili che serve per trasmettere dati con facilità. Il modo in cui viene trasmesso è ad Onda, come è spesso visto con la classica iconcina ormai riconosciuta ovunque. Il mondo in cui l’onda è trasmessa però è piuttosto particolare: lo fa in tutte le direzioni generali, coprendo un’area quanto più vasta può ricoprire a scapito d’ostacoli ed interferenze. Per questo esistono veri e propri studi sull’intensità del segnale e dove è di regola più comodo posizionare il Router per far…
  • EmailDodo, un modo semplice per inviare velocemente e-mail di gruppo

    6 Jul 2015 | 6:16 am
    EmailDodo è un software ideato per facilitare l’invio di e-mail di gruppo. Con esso, si possono inviare e-mail di gruppo dal PC, Iphone e smartphone Android in una maniera innovativa e veloce. EmailDodo funziona tramite cloud Anche utilizzando i migliori client, inviare e-mail di gruppo può essere fastidioso. Nonostante esista la possibilità di salvare i contatti in rubrica, infatti, per attivare l’autoselezione del destinatario bisogna comunque cominciare a digitare il nome del contatto o l’inizio dell’indirizzo e-mail a cui si vuole inviare la posta. Se il gruppo…
  • Come ricaricare un cellulare con metodi alternativi.

    6 Jul 2015 | 3:30 am
      Quando ci ritroviamo fuori casa con il nostro cellulare una domanda è ovvia: come possiamo ricaricare il nostro Smartphone? Alcuni possono optare per un Power Bank, una batteria che possiamo portare dietro per ricaricare l’altra, ma se quest’opzione non ci piace dobbiamo per forza abbandonare ogni idea di far durare per sempre il nostro cellulare all’aperto? Siamo chiari: a volte anche i Power Banks possono essere insufficienti se stiamo per davvero molte ore fuori, per più motivi. Ma per fortuna esistono dispositivi capaci di generare elettricità che possiamo usare. Ecco…
  • BancoSmart UniCredit, basta un QR Code per prelevare denaro allo sportello

    5 Jul 2015 | 10:12 am
    Come sempre, la tecnologia procede a progredirsi e a migliorarsi ad una velocità davvero impressionante: tante volte si tratta di novità che lasciano il tempo che trovano, ma altre volte alcuni invenzioni possono davvero rivoluzionare la vita. Non è che abbia un’importanza del genere, ma indubbiamente l’idea che ha proposto UniCredit è piuttosto interessante. In poche parole, si potrà prelevare presso il bancomat senza dover utilizzare né carta di credito né password, che il più delle volte si dimentica. Si tratta di una soluzione reale, che potrà essere attuata tramite…
  • Apple Watch. Backup e ripristino.

    5 Jul 2015 | 3:30 am
    L’Apple Watch è qui, ma non tutti sappiamo come maneggiarlo con successo. Si tratta d’un orologio intelligente (Smartwatch) piuttosto particolare, che ha bisogno delle dovute manutenzioni quando dovuto. Questo riguarda naturalmente anche il Software e l’Hardware. Ecco qualche consiglio che possiamo darvi a proposito dei dati interni e come si può fare una bella pulizia nel caso. Come effettuare un Backup…ecco una piccola chicca per voi: l’Apple Watch esegue un backup automaticamente se avete un iPhone connesso a lui, cosa che normalmente tutti fanno dato che quest’orologio è…
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  • Tips & Tricks: Setting Up Your Cart in Another Language

    6 Jul 2015 | 2:31 pm
    Many of the shopping cart systems out there are setup in one language and that language is often English. But we recognize that not every shop caters to English-speaking buyers and have built a system that accommodates a variety of shops and sellers.With E-junkie's Cart Customization feature and a little bit of coding, you can switch your cart to another language. In this tutorial, we'll walk you through that switch step-by-step. Read more »
  • 8 Ways Your Brand Can Respond to Negativity Online

    6 Jul 2015 | 2:18 pm
    Guest Blog Post by Matthew Yeoman of Devumi. One of the biggest obstacles holding brands back from engaging on social media is the fear of negativity. And it's true, improperly resolving negative online reviews from customers and critics, either through social media or a review site, can lead to disastrous consequences. But with these 8 tips for dealing with online haters, you can mitigate tricky situations. You might even come out stronger on the other side.1: Address in public, resolve in privateWhen someone publicly makes a negative comment about your brand, and it’s a valid…
  • Business 101 – Accounting II: Quarterly Taxes

    2 Jul 2015 | 4:15 pm
    How often you have to figure your taxes depends on where you are. In the United States, there are Quarterly Taxes and of course year end taxes.The way your business is setup will make the difference in which tax form you need to fill out and send in, as well as when you need to send them in. It is really important that you know how you business is setup. If you are setup as a LLC, you cannot file your business taxes as a Sole Proprietor. Your payment dates are going to be due based on how your business is setup. If you are a fiscal-year taxpayer then you will need to change the dates…
  • How To Successfully Promote & Run A Webinar

    29 Jun 2015 | 4:52 pm
    Guest blog post by Eric Hammis of 3Sixty Interactive. A webinar provides businesses with the opportunity to educate people on a particular topic that relates to their business. It also is a great tool to promote brand awareness and assert yourself as a thought leader. It allows consumers to connect with that business on a deeper level. If you run a webinar right, and promote it well, attendees will leave with good feelings about your company which can mean they recommend you to their own network and come back for more themselves. But, there is a webinar situation you never want to find…
  • Business 101: Gross Income, Net Income & Profit Margin

    25 Jun 2015 | 5:14 pm
    You can't afford to skimp on accounting. It is essential to keep abreast of your finances and to track your Gross Income, Net Income and Profit Margin. If you don’t know what these important terms mean, or how to calculate them, don’t worry. We'll spell it out (or should we say, add it up) for you. The Gross Income of your business is going to be the total you made from selling your products. This is the most basic number for your business as it represents how much money you have taken in from your customers. Read more »
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  • CLS1410 4 Pack

    30 Jun 2015 | 6:25 am
    Get the best price on a CLS1410 4 Pack complete with belt clips, single unit chargers, lithium ion battery packs, free shipping, and a 1-year Motorola warranty on both the radios and accessories: CLS1410 4 Pack With this bundle of 4 Motorola CLS1410 two way radios, you will have instant communication with Motorola’s most popular two way radio right out of the box. With one watt of power and four channels of communication, the CLS1410 is easy to use and gives you the option of having different groups. The Motorola CLS1410 is a 1-watt radio, so you can expect to cover around 1 mile or…
  • CLS1410 2 Pack

    29 Jun 2015 | 9:00 am
    Get the best price on a CLS1410 2 Pack complete with belt clips, single unit chargers, lithium ion battery packs, free shipping, and a 1-year Motorola warranty on both the radios and accessories: CLS1410 2 Pack The CLS1410 is Motorola’s most popular radio and this bundle makes it easy to get started. The CLS1410 two way radios in this bundle will work together right out of the box, so you can communicate right when you get them! Each radio in this pack has 4 channels of communication available, giving you the ability to group employees together and have more private conversations. The…
  • CLS1110 12 Pack

    26 Jun 2015 | 10:49 am
    Get the best price on a CLS1110 12 Pack complete with belt clips, single unit chargers, lithium ion battery packs, free shipping, and a 1-year Motorola warranty on both the radios and accessories: CLS1110 12 Pack This combo pack of 12 Motorola CLS1110 two way radios gives you a full fleet of radios to enhance communication and improve safety. The CLS1110 radios in this bundle will work together right out of the box. With the simplicity of push-to-talk communication and only one channel, the CLS1110 walkie talkies in this package are easy to incorporate into any business. The Motorola CLS1110…
  • CLS1110 10 Pack

    25 Jun 2015 | 7:19 am
    Get the best price on a CLS1110 10 Pack complete with belt clips, single unit chargers, lithium ion battery packs, free shipping, and a 1-year Motorola warranty on both the radios and accessories: CLS1110 10 Pack This package of 10 CLS1110 two way radios allows you to equip a full team with easy communication in one bundle. The CLS1110 is simple to use, having just one channel of communication and a large push-to-talk button right on the front of the radio. The Motorola radios in this bundle will work together right out of the box! The Motorola CLS1110 is a 1-watt radio, so you can expect to…
  • CLS1110 8 Pack

    24 Jun 2015 | 6:57 am
    Get the best price on a CLS1110 8 Pack complete with belt clips, single unit chargers, lithium ion battery packs, free shipping, and a 1-year Motorola warranty on both the radios and accessories: CLS1110 8 Pack This combo pack of 8 Motorola CLS1110 two way radios gives you the communication you need with easy push-to-talk communication. Since these walkie talkie radios only have one channel, you can be sure that your message is heard. The radios in this package will work together right out of the box! The Motorola CLS1110 is a 1-watt radio, so you can expect to cover around 1 mile or 200,000…
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  • The Many Benefits of Digital Flipbooks

    7 Jul 2015 | 3:12 am
    Digital flipbooks, also called online magazines, are not quite e-books, nor are they a form of website or blog. They are lighter and easier to use than PDF’s or other kinds of documents. Flipbooks... The post The Many Benefits of Digital Flipbooks appeared first on Skyje.
  • – Awesome VPS Hosting

    7 Jul 2015 | 2:48 am
    Today my dear readers I will present to you Host1Plus – an international hosting company which is getting bigger and bigger very fast due to their exceptional service and support. These two – being... The post – Awesome VPS Hosting appeared first on Skyje.
  • Why a Good Web Presence is Crucial for Your Law Firm

    1 Jul 2015 | 2:16 am
    You know your law firm is good. You have helped lots of clients, you hire great legal talent, and you work hard. Of course, this will only help you to win new business over... The post Why a Good Web Presence is Crucial for Your Law Firm appeared first on Skyje.
  • Best Android Apps to Master your Social Media Marketing

    23 Jun 2015 | 5:13 am
    In past 10 years, the field of marketing rose from the passive pages of magazines and threw us into the interactive world of social media.Your customers and readers don’t just expect to be informed…... The post Best Android Apps to Master your Social Media Marketing appeared first on Skyje.
  • Build your Website using Pixpa

    23 Jun 2015 | 3:42 am
    In the professional realm, your online portfolio is your career calling card. Owing to the immense importance your online presence holds, it is imperative to have a website builder that give you full freedom... The post Build your Website using Pixpa appeared first on Skyje.
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    RayOnStorage Blog

  • DDN unchains Wolfcreek, unleashes IME and updates WOS

    2 Jul 2015 | 8:40 am
    It’s not every day that we get a vendor claiming 2.5X the top SPC-1 IOPS (currently held by Hitachi G1000 VSP all flash array at ~2M IOPS) as DataDirect Networks (DDN) has claimed for an all-flash version of their new Wolfcreek hyper converged appliance. DDN says their new 4U appliance is capable of 60GB/sec of throughput and over 5M IOPS. (See their press release for more information.) Unclear if these are SPC-1 IOPS or not, but I haven’t seen any SPC-1 report on it yet. In addition to the new Wolfcreek appliance, DDN announced their new Infinite Memory Engine™ (IME) flash…
  • Seagate releases 4TB Backup Plus drive with Microsoft OneDrive cloud storage

    25 Jun 2015 | 3:21 pm
    Seagate today announced the release of a single platter, 4TB Backup Plus drive. The new (20.5mm) thin device offers USB 3.0 and is targeted for PC backup applications. The drive has a MSRP of $239.99 US and is expected to be available for sale in July. It comes with 200GB of Microsoft OneDrive cloud storage. Microsoft recently opened up their OneDrive cloud service API’s for developers and other manufacturers. It’s unclear whether the Backup Plus OneDrive offer is available as a coupon/key code or takes advantage of the new OneDrive APIs to offer its services. Seagate already…
  • Springpath SDS springs forth

    8 Jun 2015 | 10:30 am
    Springpath presented at SFD7 and has a new Software Defined Storage (SDS) that attempts to provide the richness of enterprise storage in a SDS solution running on commodity hardware. I would encourage you to watch the SFD7 video stream if you want to learn more about them. HALO software Their core storage architecture is called HALO which stands for Hardware Agnostic Log-structured Object store. We have discussed log-structured file systems before. They are essentially a sequential file that can be randomly accessed (read) but are sequentially written. Springpath HALO was written from…
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  • Infrastructure as Code at PowerShell Conference Asia 2015

    5 Jul 2015 | 8:33 pm
    PowerShell Conference Asia is here. It is scheduled to happen on 18th and 19th of September in Singapore. There is an excellent line up of sessions and speakers from around the world. You will get to hear Jeffrey Snover (via Skype) on day 1 and Nana from the PowerShell DSC team will present in-person. This conference is sponsored by SAPIEN Technologies! SAPIEN has been playing a key role in the PowerShell community and you will get to hear about some of their great products and meet their staff. Infrastructure as Code At the PowerShell Conference, I will be doing a session on Infrastructure…
  • Windows PowerShell MVP for another year!

    1 Jul 2015 | 7:13 am
    It’s that of the year again! July 1st is usually the day I look forward to receiving the MVP award mailer from Microsoft. And, yes, it is here again. This will be my 6th consecutive MVP award year and I am glad to be a part of the elite community! I enjoyed writing my first published book and I evangelized Windows PowerShell DSC a lot in last one year. I started writing about containers. I have learned a quite a bit around IoT, Azure, AWS, and GCE. So, naturally, I am looking forward to more this coming year as I expand beyond PowerShell and DSC. Stay tuned!
  • Containers – What are they? And, their history! – Part 2

    6 Feb 2015 | 8:03 am
    In the earlier article, I explained the hurdles in the traditional and virtualized ways of implementing workloads. Also, we looked how the DevOps challenges are demanding changes the continuous delivery and integration processes. Towards the end, I’d mentioned that Containers are an answer. In today’s article, we will see what are containers and some history behind containerization. Let us get started. In the subsequent parts, we will dig into each building block used within container technologies and understand how to use them. Note: If you are not a Linux user or never even…
  • Slides from Reboot Camp Bangalore Keynote: Cloud Computing for IT Professionals

    30 Jan 2015 | 11:07 pm
    I had the opportunity to do the keynote at the Microsoft Reboot Camp Bangalore. This is a community driven event with support from Microsoft. The theme for the event was cloud computing and Microsoft Cloud offerings. In my keynote, I talked about what cloud computing means to the IT professionals and how they should get ready for the future. Here are the slides from my keynote.
  • Containers – What are they? Why do you need one? – Part 1

    20 Jan 2015 | 8:49 am
    Containers? No, not the shipping containers but the much-hyped container technology in the computer industry. I am sure even if you have not used any of the existing container technologies, you must have at least read or heard about them. I am not the first one to write about containers and this is certainly not an in-depth overview of container technologies. I will eventually get there and show you how you can deploy different container technologies. This series of articles is about my own thoughts and a documentation for my own reference. In the process, I wish to help my readers as well.
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    Geeky Stuffs

  • Android Lollipop vs iOS 8 - Detailed Features Comparison (Infographic)

    Shaan Haider
    7 Jul 2015 | 4:48 am
    When you think of buying a new smartphone, the first question that comes into mind is whether you should to pick Android based phone or iOS based phone. This is a dilemma for most of the people because both mobile operating systems are great with a lot of advantages and features. According to a recent ComScore report, Android and iOS are running on 53.2% and 41.3% smartphones respectively,
  • Huawei Honor 7 : Full Features and Specs

    Shaan Haider
    3 Jul 2015 | 7:55 am
    Few weeks back, we have shared few of the leaked images and hardware specs of the Huawei Honor 7 mentioning that the device is expected to come out with Huawei’s ingenious Kirin 935 processor, 5-inch full HD 1080p screen, 13 MP rear camera with Optical Image Stabilization ( OIS ), fingerprint sensor etc. Since the launching of Huawei Honor 6 Plus, people were waiting for the release of Huawei
  • Download TaiG 2.2.0 and PP iOS 8.4 Jailbreak Tool for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch

    Shaan Haider
    30 Jun 2015 | 12:53 pm
    Apple iOS 8.4 update is released officially just few hours and we have already posted about all the new features and bug fixes that comes with the Apple iOS 8.4 update. Another interesting news here is that the Apple iOS 8.4 Jailbreak is already out, the download link is given at the end of the article. This is great news for all iOS jailbreak lovers who love to improve the features and
  • iOS 8.4 Update brings Apple Music and Beats 1 Radio - Complete List of Features and Bug Fixes

    Shaan Haider
    30 Jun 2015 | 10:26 am
    So finally the moment has come for all Apple fanboys and lovers. iOS 8.4 is officially out now and it brings the previously launched Apple Music to the iOS devices officially along with some other enhancement to the devices in terms of features and bug fixes. the update size is 222 MB and ready to be downloaded already on your iOS devices. The major changelog of iOS 8.4 update is the inclusion
  • Blackview Alife P1 Pro - Full Specs and Features

    Shaan Haider
    30 Jun 2015 | 2:45 am
    Blackview has launched their latest flagship device Alife P1 Pro with some pretty good specs. Few of the highlighted specs and features of Alife P1 Pro are fingerprint recognition, 5.5" 2.5D Arc screen with 720p HD resolution and 267 PPI pixels density, Android 5.1 Lollipop out of the box and a MT6735 processor along with the 4G LTE capability. Alife P1 Pro is comes with a 64-bit quad-core
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    High Tech in the Hub

  • My Entrepreneur Bookbag

    Joe Kinsella
    3 Jul 2015 | 10:43 am
    I’ve been ranging far afield from my usual tech histories over the last few weeks. Here are my recent reads. Startup Boards: Getting the Most Out of Your Board of Directors (Brad Feld) My advice on this book is sort of like the movie Fight Club. The first rule of Startup Boards is: don’t read Startup Boards. The second rule of Startup Boards is: don’t read Startup Boards. Don’t be fooled by the Amazon rating. Brad Feld, whose books I usually enjoy, mailed this one in via a co-writer. This book has all the liveliness of reading an articles of incorporation. If you are completely new to…
  • Software: The Process Is the Constraint

    Joe Kinsella
    26 Jun 2015 | 8:04 am
    A few years ago I had a project manager from my team in Scotland send me a copy of Eliyahu Goldratt’s The Goal after learning I’d never read the 1984 classic. At the time, the constraint this team was struggling with was an ability to get software specifications defined that supported the product management requirements. After reading the book, I naturally tried to identify constraints in all my processes, putting them through the standard Theory of Constraints (TOC) steps: identify, determine how to exploit, subordinate all to the constraint, elevate, repeat. I learned quickly that TOC…
  • Test Driving Virtual Reality For Under $20

    Joe Kinsella
    13 Jun 2015 | 8:16 am
    When Google Cardboard was released last year, I remember thinking: interesting, but no time to play. I’d almost forgotten about the project when my 8th grader mentioned his interest in virtual reality last Saturday. Since my youngest son’s interest in technology does not extend much beyond keeping up with the latest news in baseball and playing sports video games, I ordered him a $15 kit to see what would happen. I arrived home Tuesday to find virtual reality glasses attached to my son’s face. His mind was blown by the whole Cardboard experience, from the virtual worlds he explored to…
  • In the Eye of Disruptive Innovation

    Joe Kinsella
    10 Jun 2015 | 6:02 am
    I recently presented to a group of enterprise IT executives on the state of the public cloud. To my surprise I met business professionals who actually thought the public cloud was not going to have a big impact on their industry. I swiped my phone for a moment to confirm the date: yes, it was still 2015. I then did my best to understand the rationale, since it had been years since I’d heard this level of resistance. At its core were two primary explanations: 1) we could never trust a third party to provide our required availability, and 2) the public cloud is not sufficiently secure to…
  • A Lean Journey Into Agile Documentation

    Joe Kinsella
    28 May 2015 | 5:38 am
    Confession: I have a love hate relationship with product documentation. While I can appreciate the value of well written technical documentation, I can’t help but feel it has a poor ROI these days. So when I started my current company, I committed myself to investing in an intuitive user experience instead of traditional online documentation. Unfortunately as the product became more complex and we either failed to contain the complexity or had features that could not be reduced to a simple UI, I found myself looking for alternatives. What follows is a blog I never thought I’d write: my…
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  • Get Acronis True Image 2015 free for 6 Months

    30 Jun 2015 | 1:07 pm
    BY Ramakanth Acronis True Image 2015  is a highly reliable  data backup and restore suite from  ‘Acronis’, which is a famous brand for  system and drive backups. Acronis True Image 2015  allows you  to easily to take  a comprehensive backup of  your computer and keep it up to date. The software also offers unlimited online storage to backup […] This is a post from
  • BitDefender Internet Security 2015 Free 6 Months License

    22 Jun 2015 | 1:00 pm
    BY Ramakanth Recently the Romanian Security firm Bitdefender released the  2015 edition of Bitdefender Internet Security, now the security firm started a promotion and  offering a 6 month License of BitDefender Internet Security 2015 for free to anyone. BitDefender Internet Security 2015 arrives with a more more intuitive and redesigned interface, the new features in 2015 edition include...
  • Get Laplink PCmover Image & Drive Assistant for Free

    17 Jun 2015 | 8:09 pm
    BY Ramakanth In celebration of 32nd anniversary, Laplink Software is giving away $39.95 worth Laplink PCmover Image & Drive Assistant for free, but this giveaway is limited to one day or 24 hours only, which means PCmover Image & Drive Assistant will available for free only on June 18, 2015.   Laplink PCmover Image & Drive Assistant […] This is a post from
  • Bitdefender Total Security 2015 Free 1 year License

    17 Jun 2015 | 5:11 pm
    BY Ramakanth Bitdefender Total Security 2015 provides all-round protection to your PC against the nasties of the internet. The suite includes everything from virus shield to firewall, banking protection and PC-tune up, to parental controls and high-level encryption.   Bitdefender Total Security 2015 is a high-quality security suite that not only protects your PC from viruses, but...
  • Get WinX DVD Ripper Platinum for Free

    31 May 2015 | 7:05 pm
    BY Ramakanth WinX DVD Ripper Platinum is a fast and easiest DVD ripping solution that allows users to easily rip DVD movies from a disc, folder or ISO image and convert them into popular video formats without quality loss. WinX DVD Ripper supports most common video formats for computers, mobile phones and portable media players in general. […] This is a post from Read the...
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  • Download Avira Secure Web Browser for PC

    7 Jul 2015 | 5:09 am
    Most of you may heard the name of "Avira" company which makes one of the most popular free antivirus software for Windows operating system. We always recommend Avira along with AVG and avast! to our readers who want a free security program for their computers. We have listed it long time back in our following […]
  • [Software Update] Mozilla Firefox 39.0 Now Available for Download

    3 Jul 2015 | 1:10 am
    Mozilla has updated "Firefox" web browser to version 39.0. It comes with following new features and updates: Now allows you to share Hello URLs with social networks Project Silk: Smoother animation and scrolling on Mac OS X SafeBrowsing malware detection lookups now enabled for downloads on Mac OS X and Linux Support for new Unicode […]
  • Download Windows 10 Preview Build 10162 Offline ISO Files

    3 Jul 2015 | 12:55 am
    We know that Microsoft's upcoming OS Windows 10 is under development and testing and a free Insider Preview (previously known as Technical Preview) build is available for download to public: Download Windows 10 Free Insider (Technical) Preview This Preview build can be installed and used as a primary operating system but you may face bugs […]
  • Windows 10 Preview Build 10162 for PC Available for Download

    2 Jul 2015 | 11:31 am
    If you are using Windows 10 Insider Preview (previously known as Technical Preview) in your computer, here is a good news for you. Microsoft has released another new update Build 10162 of Windows 10 to public. The new build is available for download via Windows Update, so it'll be automatically downloaded and installed in all […]
  • Download Windows 10 Official “Hero” Wallpaper

    2 Jul 2015 | 6:27 am
    Recently Microsoft revealed a new "Hero" wallpaper which will be most probably used as the default Desktop wallpaper in Windows 10 final (RTM) build or the image might be used as the background of Windows 10 login screen. The "Hero" wallpaper has been created using the default Windows 10 logo, LEDs, lasers, smoke machines, colored […]
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    The Applied Materials Blog blogs

  • Applied Materials SEMICON West 2015 Activities

    24 Jun 2015 | 9:10 am
    Technology experts will lead sessions covering emerging memory technology; scaling transistors; interconnect technology for high performance computing; and the factory of the future.Read more
  • Applied Materials Named to 2015 List of 100 Best Places to Work in IT

    22 Jun 2015 | 9:38 am
    Six years and counting! Applied Materials was once again named to the list of ‘100 Best Places to Work in IT’ by IDG’s Computerworld.Read more
  • Developing Successful Leaders

    19 Jun 2015 | 9:00 am
    At the recent Women in Technology International (WITI) Summit, Applied Materials hosted a session on what it takes to be a successful leader in the semiconductor and embedded systems industry. The session’s goal was to inspire and energize the all-female audience and provide valuable leadership development information they could implement immediately.Read more
  • A Culture of Responsibility

    16 Jun 2015 | 8:56 am
    Being an industry leader isn’t just about market share, technology prowess or the size of a company’s workforce; it’s also about the way we interact with our employees, customers, local communities where we operate and the environment we share. It is about acting responsibly. Read more
  • The Future is Flexible

    11 Jun 2015 | 8:35 am
    For the next installment in my display survey series, I will focus on advanced display technologies coming down the pipeline and how materials engineering solutions will enable tomorrow’s TVs and mobile devices to be flexible, bendable and foldable.Read more
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  • Manually Update Xiaomi Redmi 1S to MIUI 6

    7 Jul 2015 | 8:28 am
    Xiaomi has rolled out MIUI 6 ROM for Redmi 1S globally. Users running on MIUI 5 ROM will receive the OTA (over the air) notification on their device shortly. If you have not received the OTA notification for reason or cannot wait to get it, you can manually update your phone to MIUI 6 by... [This is a summary only. Click on the title for full article. Computer & Mobile Phone Tips,Tricks & Tutorials on]
  • How to Use Volume Up Key to Turn on Torch in Galaxy S6/S6 Edge

    6 Jul 2015 | 8:35 am
    Samsung’s flagships let you use volume up key to turn on the torch when the screen is off, but Samsung has removed this feature from Galaxy S6/S6 Edge for some reason. If you find yourself using the flashlight as a torch more than most, you can bring back the feature on Galaxy S6/S6 Edge without... [This is a summary only. Click on the title for full article. Computer & Mobile Phone Tips,Tricks & Tutorials on]
  • Open Gapps Project: Best Place for Downloading Latest and Correct Google Apps

    2 Jul 2015 | 7:37 pm
    Gapps, the suite of Google apps that you have got installed on your Android phone is an essential thing for custom ROM users. Most custom ROMs are ships without Google apps package, so you need to download them separately and installed to get apps like Google Play Store. Open Gapps project is the... [This is a summary only. Click on the title for full article. Computer & Mobile Phone Tips,Tricks & Tutorials on]
  • Install Official CyanogenMod 12.1 (Android 5.1.1) on Galaxy S2 I9100

    1 Jul 2015 | 8:10 pm
    Samsung Galaxy S2 owners can now enjoy Android 5.1.1 Lollipop and the new Material design UI on their device with CyanogenMod 12.1 ROM. Cyanogen team has released the first official build (CM12.1 Nightly) for Galaxy S2 that bring Android 5.1.1 along with many new features to the phone. Interested... [This is a summary only. Click on the title for full article. Computer & Mobile Phone Tips,Tricks & Tutorials on]
  • Android 5.1 Lollipop Update Available For Verizon Droid Turbo (How to Update)

    1 Jul 2015 | 8:49 am
    After months of waiting, Motorola has started rolling out Android 5.1 Lollipop update for Droid Turbo. Verizon Droid Turbo users will receive the OTA (over the air) update shortly on their device which will update the device from 4.4.4 KitKat to 5.1 Lollipop. As the firmware is rolled out in... [This is a summary only. Click on the title for full article. Computer & Mobile Phone Tips,Tricks & Tutorials on]
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    Telecom & Technology Magazine

  • How to Select a Phone System Provider?

    7 Jul 2015 | 9:19 am
    If you’re looking for a business phone service provider, you probably know by now that there are countless options available and it’s hard to tell them apart. As the demand for cloud-based phone systems keeps growing exponentially, business owners can be overwhelmed when trying to choose a phone system provider. However, after careful research, we’ve come up with five useful tips to ensure you get a provider that suits your needs. Tip 1: Choose a Service Provider that Offers Mobility Considering today’s staff members are increasingly remote-based and mobile, it is crucial to give…
  • Wedding Planning Websites

    29 Jun 2015 | 10:54 am
    Planning a wedding is a major undertaking. As budgets rise and ceremonies get more and more elaborate, brides and grooms-to-be can be forgiven for thinking fondly of just eloping and letting the chips fall where they may. But don’t book that flight to Vegas just yet–technology has kept pace with the rising complexity of wedding planning, and there are plenty of online allies in place to help you get the job done. Before you decide to say your vows in front of an Elvis impersonator at an all-night chapel, try these resources:   The Wedding Spot Looking for that perfect venue? Save…
  • The Right Ways On How To Create A Website For Beginners

    5 Jun 2015 | 3:53 pm
    How to make a website? A lot of small business owners and individuals who do not know anything about creating a website are thinking that they must hire a company in creating a site for them. For the people who have a little experience with the design and programming, this thought could be true in the past, however nowadays, this is not true anymore. Building a polished site which is ready enough for publication was never easier, even those people who do not know anything about programming can do it as well. Those people from the past, always needed to look for someone in assisting them to…
  • A Short Overview of AppendTo

    29 May 2015 | 7:08 am
    Website development, at the current time, has become very important because of the increasing number of internet users. Every business, nowadays, needs a website for running the business online so that it can reach more number of customers. As the importance of the web development is increasing at a faster speed, different companies have started providing this service so that you can be benefitted. But, becoming an expert in providing web development service is not an easy task, rather a challenging one. So, in order to get better service, you should take assistance from the skilled and…
  • Do You Really Want Home Security Cameras?

    20 May 2015 | 2:33 pm
    Аrе уоu wоndеrіng whу уоu nееd tо іnvеst іn tор quаlіtу hоmе sесurіtу саmеrаs? Іf уоu аrе аskіng thіs quеstіоn, thеn уоu оbvіоuslу hаvе nоt hаd tо еndurе thе trаumа thаt соmеs wіth hаvіng уоur hоmе burglеd. Веlіеvе іt оr nоt, thеrе аrе реорlе whо mаkе а lіvіng frоm stеаlіng frоm оthеr реорlе’s hоmеs. Іf уоu hаvе vаluаblе іtеms іn уоur hоmе suсh аs јеwеlrу, оnе-оf-а-kіnd dеsіgnеr сlоthіng аnd bаsісаllу аnуthіng wоrth stеаlіng. Thеn…
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  • First poster for Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 3!

    7 Jul 2015 | 8:26 am
    It has only been a couple since Marvels Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 2 finished and already we are thinking of season 3. Anyone going to the San Diego Comic-Con will be able to check it out for real at the Marvel booth. Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. returns to the small screen this September in the US, the […]
  • The facts about #SquirrelTruth

    7 Jul 2015 | 6:40 am
    There are two ways of putting your message out on the local metro service, one is illegal and dangerous that involves climbing on the carriages with your trusty can of spray paint, the other is to buy the advertising space inside the carriages. The later is exactly what the Chicago based comic Ben Larrision has […]
  • Japan accepts the USA giant robot challenge!

    7 Jul 2015 | 6:10 am
    The other day we saw Megabots from the USA throw down a challenge to the Japanese to compete in a giant robot challenge. Well it seems like that challenge has been accepted by Suidobashi Heavy Industry who just happen to be in the giant robot business with the Kuratas. This is one challenge that is […]
  • Crop Circles! Are They Proof Of Alien Visitors?

    7 Jul 2015 | 4:33 am
    There are many theories on crop circles and most them end up concluding that they are hoaxes. But are they? Some clearly are, but there are some that are so complex that in order to complete the pattern in a quick time during the night would seem to be impossible. This video from Alltime Conspiracies […]
  • Enjoy a Year of Amazon Prime for £59!

    6 Jul 2015 | 5:02 am
    If you have been stuck on deciding whether it is worth paying out £79 for a year’s membership of Amazon Prime, then this could be your lucky day because until tomorrow you can bag a year’s Amazon Prime membership for just £59! Now £20 might not be much, but it’s a massive saving in percentage […]
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  • MegaBot Rumble, Challenge Accepted in the Robot Battle of the Century…

    Athol Courtenay
    7 Jul 2015 | 12:56 am
    The world isn’t large enough for two mega robots, so it’s only natural that soon after  MegaBot II was demonstrated the challenge would be thrown down, and thrown down it was. Young upstarts MegaBot Inc issued the challenge last week, Suidobashi Heavy Industry subsequently replied with a request for melee combat and now it’s time for 2 mega robots to go to war. In one year’s time on a battle field still to be decided the two largest working manned robots will compete for Mega Robot dominance. In the Red corner is Japan’s Kuratas, at 12 foot tall and weighing in at 9,000 pound the…
  • The Accidental Electrician demonstrates Singing Tesla Coils…

    Athol Courtenay
    6 Jul 2015 | 4:44 am
    The internet’s favourite accident prone electrician Mehdi Sadaghhdar has returned to his workshop once more, this time with the ambulance on speed dial Mehdi demonstrates the amazing properties of everyday Tesla coils. High voltage rock and roll was never been truer as Mehdi pumps up the current to demonstrate electricity in its visible state, sparks. Sparks that can make music as well as shocking pain. Presented for your viewing pleasure is the ultimate don’t try this at home video that seems to get funnier as the voltage gets higher? Sit back relax and let the electrical spectacular…
  • The Hoverboard Distance World Record Smashed.

    Athol Courtenay
    25 May 2015 | 1:30 am
    Representing the ultimate form of personal freedom hoverboards for now remain a dream but many people are working hard to keep the dream alive, Hendo included. Catalin Alexandru Duru is another such individual, having spent the past 12 months working on his own propeller driven hoverboard he has this week proven his tech works by riding it to a new distance record for Hoverboard flight. With Guinness on hand Catalin took to the air flying 275 meters before setting down in the calm waters of Lake Ouareau in Quebec, Canada. A record that surpassed the previous by 225 meters. Very little is…
  • The Weather Channels 3D Tornado Simulator is Incredible.

    Athol Courtenay
    23 May 2015 | 10:31 pm
    Weatherman Jim Cantore recently emerged from the Weather Channels research facilities to amaze the world with ‘The Labs’ 3D Tornado simulator. The Lab itself is described as an interactive augmented reality weather presentation facility, it is in reality a television studio filled with next generation production and display technology. The first video to use the Labs interactive visualization technology to its fullest is the ‘3D Visualization of the Anatomy of a Tornado’ which demonstrates the inner workings of a twister in never before seen levels of detail. The second video Anatomy…
  • HP Pavilion 15-P001AU Laptop, the Hunt for Value or How Cheap is Too Cheap?

    Athol Courtenay
    18 May 2015 | 4:00 am
    Recently after being tasked with finding a value laptop as a Mothers Day present I proceeded on a journey, a hunt for the perfect computing device for mom. Being a light user; web, photos and a little Skype raw computing power wouldn’t be as important as user experience and value. Like walking a tightrope if you lean too far in either direction (value or performance) your balance will be lost and tumble down you go. But how low down the performance scale can you go before slow is too slow even for a light user? This was the question rattling around in the back of my brain as the…
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  • Why microlearning beats traditional learning patterns

    Brigg Patten
    6 Jul 2015 | 10:00 pm
    When you are taking on learning a new skill, then you need to pay special attention to the types of training that you take on. The traditional learning structure that has you sit in a classroom for extended periods of time and listen to a supposed expert may not be the best environment for you today. You may also find it completely untenable with your current schedule. Fortunately, there are many technological advancements that allow for new types of learning to be seriously considered when you are taking on the challenge of a new skill. One such technique, microlearning, is a [...] The post…
  • On the hunt for Holy Grails, Unicorns, VC funding and other fabled creatures

    Simon Gifford
    6 Jul 2015 | 9:36 pm
    This article may be a little controversial but it is part of my mission to guide our entrepreneurs to success — and if we can stop our founders from wasting time doing things that will never bear fruit, then we are doing our job. New venture founders are massively overly focused on VC-sourced funding – which may initially seem appropriate as lack of money is a problem that most startups face at sometime. However, there is undoubtedly a disproportionate amount of time and resource dedicated to seeking VC funding which will remain for most, a holy grail. Read more on Ventureburn. The…
  • The new Nissan Juke R 2.0: 5 reasons why the Juke isn’t the ugly duckling anymore

    Chris Wilton
    6 Jul 2015 | 9:30 pm
    If you have seen the Juke on your roads, you will recognise the uncomfortable feeling this insect on wheels would strike into your gut. Your eyes may start to water and there is a high chance you would wonder why this Nissan looks like it has been punched in the boot to cause an over bite for a grill. An alien has been mentioned, a frog springs to mind but generally the Juke sticks out like a sore thumb in a proctologist’s office. Before you decide the Juke is beyond the point of cosmetic surgery, think again, because all that [...] The post The new Nissan Juke R 2.0: 5 reasons why the…
  • Bing Maps gets a complete redesign with predictive routing, multiple places, along the route features

    Myolisi Sikupela: Staff Reporter
    6 Jul 2015 | 9:30 pm
    In its biggest update yet, Bing Maps has received a massive redesign. The redesigned Bing Maps comes with a number of features focused on travel planning. The features allow users to search, view and share multiple places at one time. The company claims that the new features have been created based from user feedback. From the feedback, it became clear that users want one experience that brings together the best content in one view. A view that not only shows their last searches but one that fully reflects their plans. They also wanted a map experience that is fast and easy [...] The post…
  • Is Uber the best travel app ever?

    Sarah Britten
    6 Jul 2015 | 9:30 pm
    Is Uber ever not in the news? Between battles in France, Cape Town and the South African taxi industry, the hugely successful ride hailing app has made plenty of vested interests very uncomfortable. A lot of the tension focuses on the supply side of the equation — the taxi drivers — rather than the users who benefit from the service. Here’s something to consider: Uber is a godsend for foreign visitors, and it’s presence in a city is a competitive advantage. I speak from personal experience. Recently, Uber made a huge difference to my visits to Tokyo and then Bangalore.
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  • Are You Living a Lie? The Wisdom of Truth

    Renee Schmidt
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    As a management consultant, my success hinges upon radical honesty. When a consultant is brought in, it’s usually because an injection of truth is required. As Albert Einstein put it best: “We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.” People are afraid of the truth. Avoiding the truth about situations, people, and ourselves, however, prevents us from learning and keeps us stuck in repetitive patterns that thwart our evolution and the attainment of that which we truly desire. This is no different in an organizational setting. Companies that…
  • Manifesting My Desires: Am I Worthy?

    Renee Schmidt
    6 Jul 2015 | 10:12 am
    I have been considering what it takes to manifest more of what I want into my life. This led me to question: am I worthy of what I want? And how does one determine self-worth or self-value anyway? The whole endeavor sounds like a big ego trip. It’s not. Three types of people will read this post; those with 1. healthy self-worth, 2. low self-worth and 3. inflated self-worth. Individuals with low and inflated self-worth are both egotistical; it’s just different sides of the same coin (sorry to be the bearer of bad news). Low self-worth often exhibits as not manifesting what we desire.
  • The Connection Between Self-Discipline and Success

    Renee Schmidt
    25 Jun 2015 | 3:47 pm
    I want to bring together a couple of disparate ideas, some spiritual, some scientific, some empirical. By the end of this post I hope to have inspired you to consider meditation as a way of tapping into more fulfillment in your life. What’s covered: -      Instant Gratification -      Success (Happiness / Fulfillment) -      Pre-frontal cortex & reptilian brain -      Meditation practice -      The Spiritual Third Eye (inspiration, clarity of thought, creativity) -      Changing the world -      Desire  Approximately 40 years of Stanford research found that…
  • Why I Deactivated My Facebook Profile

    Renee Schmidt
    22 Jun 2015 | 7:24 pm
    I deactivated my Facebook profile. Why? Because no one cares. Well, actually, if you’re reading this post and have found your way here to my personal blog, you may care. But by and large, people will not. If you desire my substantiation, or thoughtful reasons why you may want to do the same, here are a couple of reasons why I’ve taken  my ~10 year old profile down. 1. Too much noise and none of it is of particular value. I noticed myself busy with Facebook but not getting any particular value out of it. In fact, the investment of time eventually began to generate a negative…
  • Fireside Chat with Renee Schmidt at the IT SMB Meetup in NYC

    Renee Schmidt
    2 Feb 2015 | 5:12 pm The IT SMB Meetup in NYC hosts a Fireside Chat with Renee Schmidt January 14, 2015 – The Fueled Collective, Soho NYC Here are a few of the evening’s most exciting highlights, below… The one characteristic every leader should possess. What is the best way to approach solving a BIG problem? The reasons it’s important to get outside our comfort zone. How can IT organizations demonstrate business value? Entrepreneur or not —here’s why we should invest into personal branding. Machine learning —is it the next big thing?
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  • Carriers Waive Charges for Crisis Text Line

    7 Jul 2015 | 8:24 am
    The move also means that the text messages won't show up in billing records, something that could have alerted abusive spouses or family members.
  • Withings' fitness watches automatically track your swimming

    7 Jul 2015 | 8:19 am
    Most activity trackers and smartwatches won't monitor your swimming, and those that do usually require that you kick in a swimming mode before you dive in. Withings doesn't think you should have to switch things up just because you've left dry land, though. The health tech firm has added automatic swim detection to its Activité and Activité Pop watches, so you only need to start that breast stroke for it to register as a workout. You probably won't want to take your tracker on
  • Exposed: 'Hacking Team' Hack Proves Governments Can Spy On Jailbroken iPhones

    7 Jul 2015 | 8:15 am
    Forget about voiding your warranty and potentially rendering your iPhone unusable if something goes wrong, Apple fans now have another reason to avoid jailbreaking their smartphones: Government agencies like the NSA have the ability to spy on jailbroken iPhones, and now we have proof. DON’T MISS: We Have Some Bad News About the iPhone 6s On Monday, news broke that notable cybersecurity firm Hacking Team suffered a serious data breach. Hacking Team is an Italy-based firm that builds securi
  • Leaked Images Show Off What Might Be Samsung's Galaxy Note 5

    7 Jul 2015 | 8:15 am
    Samsung’s Galaxy S and Galaxy Note smartphones have always been two peas in a pod, always mimicking each others’s design and/or software. And if these leaked schematics are any indication of what to expect from Samsung this September, it looks like the tradition will continue.Read more...
  • BBC unveils final version of micro:bit coding device for kids

    7 Jul 2015 | 8:05 am
    The BBC has finalized the design of the micro:bit, the tiny computer it will give to 1 million British schoolchildren later this year to help them learn about computing.With its technology partners, the U.K. public service broadcaster unveiled the micro:bit’s final design on Tuesday, and gave more details of the videos, lesson plans and other teaching resources it plans to accompany it.At 5 centimeters by 4 cm, the micro:bit is about half the size of a Raspberry Pi, the ubiquitous single-board
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  • The Darkening: Reddit mods turn subreddits private to protest sacking of Victoria Taylor

    3 Jul 2015 | 4:57 am
    Reddit, the self-described “frontpage of the internet”, is in chaos today after news broke that management had laid off a popular Reddit employee for reasons that remain unclear. In a never-before seen move, hundreds of Reddit’s communities, known as subreddits, including those with tens of millions of subscribers, turned private, preventing discussion and link sharing, in protest of the move. Victoria Taylor, known on the social website by her username “chooter”, was a community organiser for Reddit, and the person behind the site’s popular AMA (Ask Me…
  • How are traditional brands competing with the new Apple Watch?

    Amanda Walters
    29 Jun 2015 | 2:16 pm
    It was bound to happen sooner or later, with Apple taking on the computer, the phone and the music industry, it is now set to change the watch industry forever and redefine what a watch actually is. With the release of the Apple Watch came an innovative way of telling the time. No longer will we look down at our wrist to simply be told that it is 10 past 2, now we can also use it to communicate with others through a tap, a sketch or even our heartbeat. Not only this, but we can also be motivated by our watch through a snapshot of our daily activity, get directions and speak to our own…
  • Will mobile ever truly replace desktop?

    24 Jun 2015 | 4:00 am
    When it comes to technology, there are two predominant types that usually whittle their way to the forefront of everyone’s minds. We’re talking about mobile technology, and desktop technology. Each of them have their benefits and their downfalls, and that’s what we’re going to explore in this blog. Will desktop reign superior? Or will mobile finally be the one that knocks desktops off the edge and into oblivion? We’re not psychic, but the trends thus far allow for some very interesting patterns to emerge. So let’s take a look at them before making an educated prediction as to…
  • Human translators vs Google Translate

    Simon Jones
    23 Jun 2015 | 5:42 am
    Recently Google added some new features to its applications Google Translate, its web and app-based automatic translation service, but how does it compare to human translation services? In the Verbalink test, the translation abilities of two Spanish translators, Adrianna and Gaby, were compared against Google Translate. The first section of the test compared translations of a document about Argentina’s National Beekeeping Council from Spanish to English. The second part of the test was a translation of one minute of spoken audio form Spanish to English. The results were judged on word…
  • Time for those last holdouts to finally embrace the internet

    Simon Jones
    3 Jun 2015 | 1:10 pm
    For those of us who are old enough to remember life before the Internet, the World Wide Web, mobile data, and always-on worldwide connectivity, the mere existence of an online existence can still sometimes feel like a huge privilege. After all, many of us came of age during the ‘dark days’ when we still had to make actual phone calls and write letters using ink and paper to make any sort of plans or communicate how our lives were going. For today’s college graduates, though, the Internet is just…part of life. For them, the Internet has always been around and, more…
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  • Creating a Summer Chore Chart with Microsoft Office

    6 Jul 2015 | 4:06 pm
    I admit that I have been pretty lax with giving my children consistent chores to do around the house. The reasons are many, but I have decided that it is time that they take on more responsibility. And I can certainly use the help getting this place organized. Since we have some time this summer […]
  • Early Back to School Protection Planning from Master Lock w/ Giveaway #LSSS

    6 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    It seems as if summer just got started, but it is already time to start thinking about back to school planning. There is a lot involved in order to send your children back to school prepared. You will probably get a school supply list. Depending on your school, there may be a uniform list and […]
  • Samsung Showcase Side by Side Refrigerator Review

    28 Jun 2015 | 7:26 pm
    A few months ago I wrote the post My House is Falling Apart & Plotting Against Me. In that post I talked about how in the past few years my GE refrigerator broke down twice. The timing on last year’s break down absolutely sucked. I was in the midst of planning a wedding, I had trips […]
  • SWASH™ Clothing Care System Review

    28 Jun 2015 | 12:15 pm
    There are 2 things that I really dislike doing when it comes to housework… washing dishes, and doing laundry. Although both are necessary evils and each task can be made easier with the help of technology. Sometimes I think about how it was before the invent of all of the things that we take for […]
  • Out-of-the-box Ideas to Make Money

    25 Jun 2015 | 11:32 am
    In this day and age, everyone wants more money. Some of us need a few extra bucks to make ends meet. Whether or not you work a full time job out of the home, or work from home it can be hard to find new ways to bring in more cash. Bloggers and social media professionals […]
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    Experts Exchange » Tech News

  • Know the Score: The Benefits of Gamification in Online Communities

    Leslie Bloom
    5 Jul 2015 | 8:44 am
    Ever since gaming became its own subculture it has been fraught with controversy, taking the blame for everything from laziness in young adults to the horrors of the Columbine shooting. However, despite the standard media narrative that gaming is destructive, the fundamentals of gaming offers society more positives than negatives. At its core, gaming is about competition, whether against yourself or other players. You’re trying to get a better score, level up, have the most points for the round, or get the best loot from the raid. It’s no surprise then that there are 183 million active…
  • Growing our Community at Interop

    Melanie Spatola
    6 May 2015 | 6:38 am
      Interop is one of the most important trade shows for IT professionals, and I was thrilled to be able to represent Experts Exchange in Vegas. Our booth may have been small, but the reception we received by you, the community, was definitely not. Many attendees approached us at the show, thanking us for the platform they use every day to make their jobs easier. As the Community Manager, I went to Interop with the intention of welcoming new members and experts into the fold, but I got so much more out of it. Joined by Brent Hansen, Director of Sales and Marketing and Kristin Mehiel,…
  • Nata’s Corner: May 2015

    EE Staff
    28 Apr 2015 | 6:00 am
    There’s a lot of silliness out there – it must be the weather – that has caught my attention recently. The one that really jumped out was that the people who control Internet domain names, ICANN, stated that they need the US government to decide what to do with the company that owns the rights to the .sucks domain. “It’s not our problem,” ICANN says. Todd L’Herrou sent me this photo of one of his colleagues (not really, it’s the son of one of his colleagues) wearing the fabulous new child’s t-shirt from Experts Exchange. Also new is the…
  • Nata’s Corner: April 2015

    EE Staff
    29 Mar 2015 | 7:44 am
    For those of you who participated in one of those tournament things, you’ll be amused to hear that the other half’s bracket blew up when Iowa State lost the second game of the first day. Perhaps he should have picked a different game and maybe used a different search engine. I don’t know what the weather is like in your part of the world, but we’ve been dealing with spring for about a month now. That always means lots of new things (and a few recycled old ones). One that caught everyone’s attention was a patent that was granted to Boeing for a force field.
  • Nata’s Corner: March 2015

    EE Staff
    1 Mar 2015 | 8:00 am
    Chicken Little was right. Twice. Maybe even three times. The other half wants to know when he can get high speed Internet and whether the FCC’s new rules apply or whether he needs to go send a dingo to Congress by jetpack. One of the reasons I don’t use Gmail all that much is because there are a gazillion people who have sent me email and I have no idea who they are or why they wrote to me five years ago. I have to admit that it’s a typical situation – I could have done a little digging and figured it all out – but the people at CNet posted how-to turn off the…
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  • Actually, This Was North Korea’s Craziest Proclamation… and It Involved Unicorns

    Brad Reed
    7 Jul 2015 | 9:28 am
    A couple of weeks back, we marveled at just how crazy North Korea really is. What prompted our sense of awe was the reclusive country's proclamation that it had discovered a single drug that could cure AIDS, MERS and Ebola all at once. At the time we said we thought it was the craziest thing North Korea had ever come up with, but that's only because we forgot about its amazing proclamation back in 2012 that its archaeologists had discovered a unicorn lair in its capital city of Pyongyang. Continue reading...
  • Leak: LG’s Next-Gen Nexus Phone Will Have an Exciting New Design

    Chris Smith
    7 Jul 2015 | 9:05 am
    LG and Huawei will make this year’s new Nexus handsets, according to several reports, and a new leak seems to indicate that LG is indeed making a new version of the crowd favorite Nexus 5 — but it will feature a unique new design. Continue reading...
  • Ugh... Starbucks Prices Are Going Up Once Again Starting Today

    Jacob Siegal
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:40 am
    The most unavoidable cup of coffee in the United States just got more expensive. The Associated Press reported on Monday that Starbucks will be raising its prices nationally once again, bumping the price of all affected drinks up by 5 to 20 cents. Small and large brewed coffees will jump by 10 cents, which brings the grand total of a large cup of coffee at Starbucks to $2.45. Ridiculous. Continue reading...
  • Exposed: 'Hacking Team' Hack Proves Governments Can Spy On Jailbroken iPhones

    Zach Epstein
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:15 am
    Forget about voiding your warranty and potentially rendering your iPhone unusable if something goes wrong, Apple fans now have another reason to avoid jailbreaking their smartphones: Government agencies like the NSA have the ability to spy on jailbroken iPhones, and now we have proof. Continue reading...
  • HURRY: 9 Best Paid iPhone Apps On Sale for Free for a Limited Time

    Zach Epstein
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:50 am
    Yesterday's list of paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free was a fantastic one, and a few of those limited-time sales are still going, so be sure to check out Monday's post and download them while you can. For Tuesday though, we have a fresh batch of nine apps that are normally all paid, but they're free downloads right now if you hurry. Continue reading...
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    TechVorm » Mobile Arena

  • Micromax Launches BOLT D303 With Multiple Language Features For Rs. 3,499

    Jatinder Paul
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:09 am
    Riding on the legacy of the highly popular Micromax Unite series, which the company claims to have sold over 2 million units,  Micromax has launched today BOLT D303 smartphone with multiple language features. This phone comes pre-loaded with 10 regional languages and the all new Messaging Service, which facilitates the users to translate and transliterate […] The post Micromax Launches BOLT D303 With Multiple Language Features For Rs. 3,499 appeared first on TechVorm.
  • Huawei Y336, Y541, Y625, G620S Smartphones Announced; Starts At Rs. 5499

    Jatinder Paul
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:42 am
    Chinese brand Huawei and the world number 3 smartphone manufacturer, today announced the launched of entry level G & Y series of smartphones for the Indian market. These four smartphone announced today are – Huawei Y336, Y541, Y625 and G620S, and will be available between the price range of Rs. 5,499 – Rs. 9,499 in the next […] The post Huawei Y336, Y541, Y625, G620S Smartphones Announced; Starts At Rs. 5499 appeared first on TechVorm.
  • Panasonic Eluga Z In Metal Frame With 5 Inch HD AMOLED Display Launched At Rs. 13,490

    Jatinder Paul
    7 Jul 2015 | 2:49 am
    Panasonic India today expanded its portfolio of Eluga series and added a new smartphone – The Eluga Z. The USP of this smartphone is that it has a Metal Blade Design, which has been crafted with CNC based metal grinding technique to give it a Blade like Metallic finish & solid strength. This smartphone also sports […] The post Panasonic Eluga Z In Metal Frame With 5 Inch HD AMOLED Display Launched At Rs. 13,490 appeared first on TechVorm.
  • Vivo V1 Smartphone Launched; To Be Available In India From 17th July

    Jatinder Paul
    7 Jul 2015 | 2:05 am
    Vivo brand of China has announced today V series of smartphones for Indian market. Under this series, the first smartphone Vivo V1 will be available in India from 17th July. The second smartphone under this series will be V1 Max, which will hit the market in the month of August. These phones are in the […] The post Vivo V1 Smartphone Launched; To Be Available In India From 17th July appeared first on TechVorm.
  • Xiaomi Redmi 2 Gets Price Cut Of Rs. 1000; Available Now For Rs. 5,999

    Jatinder Paul
    6 Jul 2015 | 10:26 pm
    Redmi 2 smartphone launched in India in March this year by Mi India, arm of Xiaomi of China, has got price reduction of Rs. 1,000. The Redmi 2 was launched at Rs. 6,999, and is now available at Rs. 5,999 on and across all Mi India partners including Flipkart, Amazon, Snapdeal, The Mobile Store and Airtel. The […] The post Xiaomi Redmi 2 Gets Price Cut Of Rs. 1000; Available Now For Rs. 5,999 appeared first on TechVorm.
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  • How to Run Android Apps and Games on Mac OS X?

    Robin C
    3 Jul 2015 | 8:15 am
    Want to run android apps and games on macbook, imac or mac mini? Download android emulator for mac that allows you to download android apps and games from Google Play store and run them on your mac os x running computers. It is easy to install and setup than the android emulator available officially. BlueStacks is a very popular android emulator for Windows PCs and they released a new software to run android apps on Mac OS X as well. Also Read, How to Run Android Apps on Windows PC? Bluestacks is trusted and used by 90 million android users across the world. Their latest bluestacks for mac…
  • Online Assessment, Exam Tools for Teachers and Educators

    Robin C
    27 Jun 2015 | 12:55 am
    Online Assessment Tools help any Teachers or Educators to know whether the student have understood the concepts clearly and their training went effective or not. Among other training and mentoring tools, assessment tools are essential and it can be used in the middle of a course program or at the end of it to assess the level of expertise that the student have gained. We hand picked few best screen recording and editing softwares for windows, if you are searching for creating video tutorials. Based on the marks and scores, the teacher can provide certification to the student. In this article,…
  • Cisdem Data Recovery for Mac Review

    Robin C
    10 Jun 2015 | 7:41 am
    Cisdem Data Recovery Software for Mac OS X will help you recover any lost or deleted files from your Mac Hard Disk Drive, SSD or Fusion Drive. For quite a long time, Cisdem Data Recovery software for mac is doing wonderful job in recovering any type of files from local hard disk and secondary storage drives such as USB Flash Drives, SD Cards, Memory Cards used in Cameras, Optical Media Drives, Digital Cameras built-in storage, iPods, iPhones and iPads as well. Many prefer Cisdem Data Recovery software mainly for its super fast speed and amazingly accurate file recovery ability. When i tried…
  • CloneBD Review: Blu-Ray Copy Software with 15% Coupon Code

    Robin C
    9 Jun 2015 | 12:03 am
    CloneBD is one of the powerful Blu-ray copy software from Elaborate Bytes AG, Switzerland. CloneBD for Windows is an updated and latest Blu-Ray Copy software that lets you copy any unprotected Blu-ray discs to your local hard disk drive as .iso, .bd or you can directly write to another empty blu-ray disc. Fully customizing options allows you to make a partial copy, and you can select the titles, audio languages and subtitle languages as well. CloneBD is a very easy to use Blu-ray copy software, that lets you convert Blu-ray movies, music videos to .mp4, .mkv, .avi and more video file formats…
  • Best Cloud Storage Apps for iPhone, iPad and Android

    Robin C
    4 Jun 2015 | 8:25 am
    We love taking photos and videos. As our smartphones don’t come with unlimited storage options or high storage options to take backup of photos and videos we take, it is necessary to get an online cloud storage service to upload all our precious collections. The Apps and Cloud Storage services we suggest you today also excellent choice for Professional Photographers and Designers. Google, Yahoo, Dropbox and other leading cloud storage service providers are fighting non stop to provide quality service to attract more users for their services. There are several online cloud storage…
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  • Why Do Gateways Need an API?

    Karan Israni
    30 Jun 2015 | 4:11 am
    When you have an e-commerce website, you learn a lot of new terms that you may not have known about before, such as merchant account providers, payment gateways, and online payment APIs. Your merchant account provider is a necessity in order to be able to accept online payments from consumers via credit cards and debit … Continue reading Why Do Gateways Need an API?
  • Staying Up-To-Date With Your IT Security

    Karan Israni
    30 Jun 2015 | 3:23 am
    Technology is here to stay and it seems like businesses are having a tendency to get behind the times, or at the least, they are getting too comfortable. Security breaches have been on the rise lately, and only after a few major attacks, like Home Depot and Target, do other business start to become more … Continue reading Staying Up-To-Date With Your IT Security
  • 5 Tips for Smart Mobile Money Transactions

    Karan Israni
    20 Jun 2015 | 3:11 am
    It used to be that you had to have cash in your pockets. Then we all got swift and started paying for everything with credit cards. Now, we’re on to a new shift. It’s all about mobile money transactions. If you haven’t had any experience with PayPal, Apple Pay, or any of the other ways … Continue reading 5 Tips for Smart Mobile Money Transactions
  • Futuristic Gadgets for the New You

    Karan Israni
    20 Jun 2015 | 2:56 am
    Technological advancement knows no bounds. There is no limit to the human imagination and everyday innovators and inventors come up with new offerings that continue to baffle and amaze us. The future of technology is here and now and it looks even brighter with new steps being taken in innovation every day. Here are a … Continue reading Futuristic Gadgets for the New You
  • Why You Need a Marketing Workflow

    Karan Israni
    1 Jun 2015 | 2:04 am
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    The Recruitment Alliance

  • 8 questions that determine whether there is a disconnection between your business and HR

    12 Jun 2015 | 7:02 am
    There is a potentially critical disconnection in your business that every Stakeholder should know about. You may be interested to hear that according to extensive research, there is a very high possibility that a major company objective is not being addressed or executed effectively by your HR/Recruiting function? If you first ask yourself this important question; how important is it for our business to treat every new hire as an opportunity to recruit the very best talent we can into the company? The last major CIPD survey asked over 1000 business owners this same question and 99% said that…
  • Broadbean’s UK Recruitment Landscape for April 2015

    10 Jun 2015 | 4:09 am
    Interested in seeing how the recruitment market performed in April? Our recruitment market analysis of April 2015 is presented in the infographic below. To recap, we saw a decrease in permanent and temporary vacancies on a MoM basis. Check out this overview of the top three sectors with the strongest quarterly growth in permanent and temporary roles. Top Three Permanent Role Sectors Social Care Graduates & Trainees Hospitality & Catering Top Three Temporary Role Sectors Graduates & Trainees Recruitment & Consultancy Travel & Tourism Want to see more? Check out the full…
  • Recruitment Specialist Urges UK Businesses to Encourage Staff Lunch Breaks

    10 Jun 2015 | 3:16 am
    CV-Library, the UK’s leading independent job board, is urging UK businesses to ensure their employees are taking lunch breaks. According to recent *statistics only 29% of employees are able to take a full hours’ break for lunch every day, resulting in lower productivity rates. With many UK employees not making the most of their lunch break every day, the Nation’s workers are constantly putting in extra hours, but are the effects of this positive? An average working day is built upon a 09:00-17:30 time-frame, with an hours’ break for lunch. However, if a break…
  • 11 Time Management & Productivity Tips

    9 Jun 2015 | 3:33 am
    Originally posted on When I ask salespeople and business owners if I can help them with anything, one of the most common answers is time management. People are frazzled. Challenging markets, increased competition, rising expectations and always on technology have created a perfect storm of never-ending tasks that beg to be done. When you look at those who succeed and compare them with those that don’t or those that achieve merely adequate results, one of the differentiating factors is how people use their time. So here, in a quick read (because I know you are short of…
  • 4 Ways Recruiters Add Value To Candidates

    8 Jun 2015 | 2:43 am
    What do you find candidates value most in a recruiter? Originally published on Winning Impression A head-hunter asked me this earlier and went on to say: For example, I love weight training and playing rugby so I follow Personal Trainers on YouTube who give me plenty of free training advice. Is there a parallel of that example (me seeking the free advice of a highly experienced personal trainer) between a recruitment consultant and candidate? Having great roles to offer is clearly of value but what else have you found that candidates really value from a recruiter? Do candidates find…
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    Future of Privacy

  • Altimeter Offers Up Privacy Lessons for IoT

    1 Jul 2015 | 2:14 pm
    A new report today from Altimeter explores what brands can learn about consumer privacy perceptions in the booming Internet of Things. The group warns of the “massive gulf between consumer awareness and industry practices when it comes to practice,” and suggests that companies could respond to consumer anxiety by pursing more trusted customer relationships. At […]
  • Android M and Privacy: Giving Users Control over App Permissions

    23 Jun 2015 | 8:46 am
    Android M and Privacy: Giving Users Control over App Permissions Android M promises to deliver several new user-control features built to advance transparency, choice, and predictability. The new App Permissions system allows users to select permissions specific to each app and device feature. The granular system requires apps to request user permissions individually as the […]
  • Framing the “Big Data Industry”

    22 Jun 2015 | 6:34 am
    For all its hype, discussions about Big Data often still devolve into debates about buzzwords and concepts like business intelligence, data analytics, and machine learning. Hidden in each of these terms are important privacy and ethical considerations. A recent article by Kirsten Martin in MIS Quarterly Executive attempts to bring these considerations to the surface by moving past framing […]
  • FPF Welcomes Senior Fellows Evan Selinger and Danielle Citron

    18 Jun 2015 | 2:46 pm
    LEADING PRIVACY SCHOLARS JOIN FUTURE OF PRIVACY FORUM AS SENIOR FELLOWS FOR ACADEMIC YEAR Professors Evan Selinger and Danielle Citron Bring Privacy and Ethics Expertise to Help Advance Responsible Data Practices WASHINGTON, D.C. – Thursday, June 18, 2015 – Today, the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) announced that two academic leaders have joined the ranks […]
  • Top Carnegie Mellon privacy researchers preview new work

    16 Jun 2015 | 7:46 am
      On July 9th,2015, FPF will be hosting an in-person discussion with privacy researchers from Carnegie Mellon University to discuss some of their current privacy projects. Topics to be presented and discussed include:   The Usable Privacy Policy Project: is developing approaches to extracting useful information from natural-language privacy policies and displaying that information in useful […]
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    The Hiltmon

  • Kindred-Family

    Hilton Lipschitz
    5 Jul 2015 | 10:43 am
    here's to the nights that turn into morningsand the friends that turn into familyUnknown Unknown Your kindred-family are the close, true friends that are your family when your real blood relatives live far far away.Me Now Yesterday was Independence Day here in New York and a popular day to spend with family. But my family lives in Australia and my wife’s is in Japan. No blood relatives here but ourselves. We were not lonely. We never are at the holidays. We’re lucky enough to have a kindred-family. A kindred-family that is always there in lieu of traditional blood family. A…
  • DuckDuckGo

    Hilton Lipschitz
    27 Jun 2015 | 12:59 pm
    Note: This is not an advertisement. I love what the folks at DuckDuckGo are doing and want to spread the word. DuckDuckGo is my search engine of choice (and is the page that opens in all new Safari tabs for me). If you are not using it as your default search engine, I’d advise you to start now. I started using DuckDuckGo well over two years ago. My initial impressions back then was that it was slow, the results were not nearly as good as Google’s and the name was stupid. None of those first impressions turned out to be true. Why DuckDuckGo? They do not track you. It always feels…
  • A Simple Markdown Spotlight Importer

    Hilton Lipschitz
    27 Jun 2015 | 11:33 am
    I noticed recently that Spotlight on Yosemite was no longer indexing my Markdown files. Since all my notes are in Markdown format, and Spotlight is how I find my notes, this was a big problem. Reinstalling my current set of Markdown editors did not help. This did. Huge thanks to Gereon Sommer for the idea in Mac OS X Spotlight Enhancement. The idea is to use a built-in importer, in this case RichText, to do all the work for you. Note that this will probably need to be repeated on each Operating System install or upgrade. Edit /System/Library/Spotlight/RichText.mdimporter/Contents/Info.plist…
  • New Google Analytics for Status Board Server Edition

    Hilton Lipschitz
    7 Jun 2015 | 4:47 pm
    Last week, Google finally deprecated their non-Oauth APIs, which means that the Google Analytics for Status Board code I have been publishing stopped working. Fortunately for us, Github user erebusnz updated the PHP API to work with OAuth2 and we can access Google again. I have included it in a new version of the Server Edition Package. Quick Install Instructions Download the file. Expand it in the root of your web server. It creates a statusboard folder. New: Register your application with Google Developers Console and get your Service Account email and P12 certificate file.
  • That Last Effin 20%

    Hilton Lipschitz
    29 May 2015 | 1:02 pm
    I love creating new products. I love shipping new products more. That last effin 20% of work to create a new product that takes 80% of all the development time kills me. I really want to ship, but it has to be right. For those who do not know the 80/20 rule, it’s a variant of the misnamed Pareto Principal wherein Vilfredo Pareto created a mathematical formula in 1906 to describe the unequal distribution of wealth in his country, observing that 20% of the people owned 80% of the wealth. This was then applied to other areas and seemed to hold true. In reality, Tom Cargill had it right…
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    Demartek - Real-world, Hands-on Research and Analysis

  • Demartek Evaluates Emulex LPe16002B in VMware Bootstorm Environment

    1 Jul 2015 | 8:30 am
    Emulex commissioned Demartek to evaluate the performance of the Emulex LightPulse LPe16002B 16 Gb Fibre Channel (16GFC) HBA in a VMware VDI bootstorm environment and compare the performance to the QLogic QLE2672 16GFC HBA in the same environment. For these tests, 125 virtual machines were booted simultaneously. The storage system used for the virtual desktop environment was an all-flash array.
  • Demartek Releases ENERGY STAR Datacenter Storage Certification Process Video

    26 Jun 2015 | 7:30 am
    Demartek is proud to be a recognized test lab for the EPA ENERGY STAR Data Center Storage Program. We have a fully provisioned IT test lab with current generation servers and data center infrastructure, as well as knowledgeable staff, to drive the energy efficiency testing and submit official test results. Our infrastructure includes multiple speeds of Ethernet and Fibre Channel switches and adapters that are frequently used to connect storage systems. To help you better understand the process of gaining certification on your products, we have created an ENERGY STAR Data Center Storage case…
  • Demartek Evaluation: Improving Oracle Database Response Times with All-Flash HP 3PAR StoreServ 7450c

    16 Jun 2015 | 7:30 am
    Demartek has evaluated the All-flash HP 3PAR StoreServ 7450c storage system supporting an Oracle database application and analyzed the I/O response time improvements offered by both 16Gb FC technology and 8Gb Express Writes to an Oracle workload. For this project, Demartek ran a transactional workload application on an Oracle 12c database in an Oracle Enterprise Linux environment and analyzed the performance difference between end-to-end 8Gb FC and 16Gb FC SANs. Recognizing the some enterprises may be forced to remain at 8Gb FC for various business reasons, we also considered the performance…
  • Demartek Releases FCoE Tutorial Video

    19 May 2015 | 1:00 pm
    In this episode of the Demartek Tutorial videos, we explore the last interface of the “Big Three,” FCoE, in an effort to bring newcomers up to speed on computer storage basics. While many will argue the importance and popularity of each of these three interfaces, we feel it beneficial, in striding to offer a comprehensive basic foundation, to introduce everything we see used in our Demartek test lab. We hope you enjoy this latest installment.
  • Demartek Discusses Real-World Performance of Flash-Based Storage Systems at the Flash Memory Summit 2015

    13 May 2015 | 8:45 am
    How does flash-based storage perform in the real world? Demartek will report on vendor-neutral performance tests run on database and virtualization workloads typical of today’s data centers. The tests cover both hybrid and all-flash storage systems from several manufacturers, using a variety of form factors and interfaces and including both block and file protocols. This year’s presentation will contain new performance data not seen elsewhere.
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  • Turn ON/OFF the Screen of an Android Device Without Pressing any Key

    Mrinmay Bhattacharjee
    4 Jul 2015 | 11:34 pm
    If your Android powered mobile device’s power button is too hard to press OR it has gone completely kaput, then you may have to shell out few bucks to fix the button at a service center OR you may even have to buy a brand new phone in order to get rid of the old one! But […] This post Turn ON/OFF the Screen of an Android Device Without Pressing any Key is written on Technostarry.
  • Sent A Gmail Message By Mistake? Here’s How To Unsend It

    24 Jun 2015 | 12:44 pm
    Wouldn’t it be great if there’s an undo button in Gmail, and we can just click on it and undo sending that email? Well, if you are searching for a similar feature then you’re in luck as Gmail now offers an undo button to un-send that message but you will need to enable it. Let’s […] This post Sent A Gmail Message By Mistake? Here’s How To Unsend It is written on Technostarry.
  • Want to Get Windows 10 for Free? Then Get Windows 7 or Windows 8.1

    23 Jan 2015 | 2:19 am
    Microsoft at a special event in Redmond has revealed some interesting details on Windows 10, the company’s upcoming operating system. The big news of the time is that Microsoft will be offering Windows 10 for free, the only catch is that you should be using Windows 7, Windows 8.1 or Windows Phone 8.1. Pricing of […] This post Want to Get Windows 10 for Free? Then Get Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 is written on Technostarry.
  • How to Stop Installed Apps from Adding Shortcuts to the Home Screen on Android

    6 Jan 2015 | 6:10 am
    When you install an app from the Google Play Store, the new app automatically creates a shortcut and places it on the home screen of your Android device. This is how it normally works, and in fact because of this, it is easier to locate and launch the newly installed app. But you might feel […] This post How to Stop Installed Apps from Adding Shortcuts to the Home Screen on Android is written on Technostarry.
  • How to Clear/Delete your Play Store Search History

    2 Jan 2015 | 5:57 am
    Whenever we come upon some interesting app, game, movie, book, etc then we search for its name on the Google Play Store to try it out. If the app’s description, screenshots and reviews are according to our expectations then we will try it out or else, press the back button. Now what happens is that […] This post How to Clear/Delete your Play Store Search History is written on Technostarry.
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  • Netflix announces release dates for its first set of original movies

    Bryan Bishop
    7 Jul 2015 | 9:42 am
    Netflix has slowly been getting into the business of making original movies, but it's all been smoke and acquisitions — until now. The company has announced the release schedule for its first set of films, and they're coming this year. Arriving on October 16th is Beasts of No Nation, the new film from True Detective director Cary Fukunaga. The film will be going live on Netflix, and is still set to open in select US theaters — very likely a qualifying run for any potential awards consideration at the end of the year. Continue reading…
  • The hack that took down a global spyware vendor

    Russell Brandom
    7 Jul 2015 | 9:42 am
    At the end of last month, Hacking Team seemed untouchable. The company occupied a controversial niche in the security space, contracting out surveillance software to law enforcement agencies around the world. If your phone got stuck with a wiretapping implant, there's a good chance it came from them. That made them notorious among the security community — they were exploiting the same flaws that coders were working to close — but their law enforcement ties made them hard to prosecute. They only sold to police and governments, even if the governments were some of the most corrupt and…
  • You can now subscribe to Showtime online

    Jacob Kastrenakes
    7 Jul 2015 | 9:23 am
    Showtime is now offering an online subscription, allowing customers to watch its shows and movies without also getting cable. The subscription is being offered through a few different apps and sites, including Showtime's iPhone and iPad apps, the Apple TV, Roku, Hulu, and PlayStation Vue. The subscription costs $10.99 — although some services, like Hulu, are offering it for less — and grants access to Showtime's back catalog, its currently screening films, and even some of its live feeds. CBS, which owns Showtime, seems to be well aware that there's money to be made from viewers who…
  • Watch 18 minutes of No Man's Sky gameplay: flying, exploring, shooting, and more

    Ross Miller
    7 Jul 2015 | 9:01 am
    We still have no release date for No Man's Sky, Hello Games' massive (and procedurally generated) space exploration title coming to PC and PlayStation 4. In the meantime, however, IGN has published 18 minutes of uninterrupted gameplay footage narrated by its staff and Hello Games' Managing Director Sean Murray. Much of the footage is similar to what we saw at this past E3, as Murray demonstrates various parts of the game from mining to shooting to flying to getting killed by robotic space police. A couple of key timestamps if you're just looking to hop around: 4:10: Murray is attacked by…
  • Tinder just launched verified profiles for celebrities

    Chris Welch
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:37 am
    Ever swiped through Tinder and been greeted by a celebrity's photo? You've probably just sent it to the left and dismissed it as a spam account. But the rich and famous are out there looking for matches just like everyone else, and now the company is giving them a way to let everyone know their profile is legitimate. Tinder has officially launched verified profiles today, and just like on Twitter and Facebook, you'll now see a badge attached to high-profile users that designates they're exactly who they say they are. Tinder says verified accounts are available to "notable public figures,…
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  • Users won’t tolerate sub-quality enterprise apps

    3 Jul 2015 | 8:39 am
    (Image Credit: iStockPhoto/Andrew Rich) There is certainly no shortage of enterprise software – but there is a shortage of enterprise software that is actually used by employees. Why? Because most enterprise app development teams make software the way they always have: They focus on the value that the app provides to business managers and not enough on how the app could add value to the end user. It’s easy to forget, but your enterprise employees are app consumers and they undoubtedly enjoy using apps like Evernote, Dropbox and Shazam for personal use on their mobile devices.
  • Google finishes Eclipse with end of support for IDE

    29 Jun 2015 | 8:50 am
    (Image Credit: iStockPhoto/Petegar) Android Studio was announced back in 2013 at Google's I/O developer conference - and since its reveal - the clock was ticking on the end of support for the popular Eclipse IDE which many developers have opted to use for their Java development for over a decade.  The timer has now run-out for Eclipse and Google has announced by the end of the year Google will no longer officially support the IDE. Android product manager Jamal Eason has blogged that in recent years “our team has focused on improving the…
  • The art of creating a mobile application development strategy

    24 Jun 2015 | 3:49 am
    (Image Credit: iStockPhoto/cnythzl) Ask any Internet user and you shall have your answer - the future of the web belongs to mobile. An increasing number of consumers are accessing information and data via tablets, smartphones and other digital devices. Users prefer mobile apps for managing data, navigation, shopping and connecting with others. Mobile apps have revolutionized the way we communicate with our smartphones as apps are quick, visually pleasing, and more interactive and can easily integrate with all kinds of other phone features. So, it’s about time for enterprises to amplify…
  • Unleash your users' sensor data with Sense360

    23 Jun 2015 | 8:17 am
    (Image Credit: iStockPhoto/PeskyMonkey) Modern devices are packed with sensors, but few apps take advantage of the data provided due to how complex it can be to make sense of it all. Sense360 aims to change this through enabling your applications to capture, combine, and analyse data from a variety of sources in order to create intelligent new mobile experiences. Even if every app on your device used Sense360, it would only have around a 5% hit on your battery after a full day. The company's new SDK which launched today allows developers to…
  • Xbox One: The Windows 10 Advantage

    17 Jun 2015 | 8:45 am
    The desktop PC is upgradable to provide unparalleled performance; but Microsoft has neglected to nurture it for years and left PC game developers with aging graphics APIs and players to use Steam as their platform of choice to connect with fellow gamers.  Microsoft's new Head of Xbox, Phil Spencer, had a presence on the PC gaming E3 conference this year and acknowledged: "There have been times in our past where Microsoft has lost our way with PC gaming. As a person who now runs gaming for Microsoft, what people have done on PC is critical both to our success and to Windows'…
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  • Kinvey secures patent for enterprise MBaaS platform

    7 Jul 2015 | 6:19 am
    (c) Boston-based mobile backend as a service (MBaaS) provider Kinvey has announced its platform has been awarded a patent for providing unified access to data through virtualised services. The patent, number #9047398, was originally filed in June 2013 with the abstract describing the claim as “methods and apparatus for providing unified access to various data resources using virtualised services”, and came through on June 2. Sravish Sridhar, the CEO of Kinvey, is credited as an inventor, alongside Morgan Bickle, Brian Wilson and Ivan Stoyanov. Kinvey claims the…
  • Sell enterprise mobility to your board with ROI, not novelty

    6 Jul 2015 | 9:10 am
    (c) At the Computing Magazine Enterprise Mobility and Application Management 2015 Summit a few weeks ago, Allergan’s IT chief Wei Wang told attendees that introducing enterprise mobility into the enterprise is less about impressing stakeholders with technology and far more about proving use cases. “A big challenge,” Wang said, “has been convincing the business that mobility delivers value.” This is especially difficult because of regulatory obstacles in the pharmaceutical sector. Wang found success selling mobility with use cases like increased…
  • Avoid cyber security fears by assessing employee working habits, exec argues

    6 Jul 2015 | 2:00 am
    (c) Ask any C-level executive about their cyber security strategy, and you’ll most likely get a plethora of different answers. It’s becoming more and more apparent that a company’s employees are as big a risk as outside threats; one survey found some workers would sell their own password for the right price, while another argued the millennial workforce would inevitably have an “indifferent” view over their security practice. So how can this be remedied? Andy Taylor, lead assessor and CLAS information assurance consultant at APMG, argues…
  • Enterprise mobility applications gain traction in Europe

    3 Jul 2015 | 3:10 am
    (c) The mobile communications revolution that has transformed our lives as consumers is now similarly redefining the way forward-looking enterprises manage their operations and engage with employees, partners and customers. The ongoing pursuit of digital business transformation projects are prompting many CIOs to rethink the technologies, services and techniques that underpin their enterprise mobility initiatives - evolving traditional roles, responsibilities and organisational cultures in the process.While the numerous commercial applications for smartphones within…
  • Can employees be incentivised to create stronger passwords?

    2 Jul 2015 | 8:52 am
    (c) Updated Research continues to show the struggle of the password in keeping enterprise security. But is there a solution to keep employees – and employers – in shape? In June, survey data from Centrify found that one in three admitted suffering from ‘password rage’ – one in six were so frustrated they screamed or shouted in the office, while one in seven admit they tear a strip off their colleagues. Back in January, research from SailPoint showed 14% of respondents would give their work password to a third party organisation if the price…
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  • Guaranteed Student Loans Without Cosigner

    1 Jul 2015 | 9:17 am
    President launches UGX6bn Student Loan Scheme Debt Consolidation USA Explains How A New Child Affects The Budget – PR Web (press release) Debt Consolidation USA Explains How A New Child Affects The BudgetPR Web (press release)Especially for first-time parents, there is no manual on parenting and you tend to rely on your experiences as a kid. In terms of their finances, they will experience the … Our debt relief providers offer a simple 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. We’re …and more »… The post Guaranteed Student Loans…
  • Guaranteed Bad Credit Student Loan

    24 Jun 2015 | 9:17 am
    Sterling Raskie: Your year’s money checklist – Bellingham Herald Sterling Raskie: Your year’s money checklistBellingham HeraldWant a guaranteed rate of return? Simply pay off your debt early and you save yourself that interest rate tacked onto the balance, rather than paying it to the lender. The type of debt matters. Some also argue whether to pay off a mortgage early; that …and more »… The post Guaranteed Bad Credit Student Loan appeared first on My Blog.
  • Student Loans No Cosigner Fast

    17 Jun 2015 | 9:17 am
    Start Student Loan Repayment Off Right From the First Payment – U.S. News & World Report (blog) Start Student Loan Repayment Off Right From the First PaymentU.S. News & World Report (blog)A lot of student loan borrowers find that first bill too overwhelming and put it aside to deal with later, thinking that if it’s a week or two late, it’s no big deal. But this is totally the wrong mindset. Some might argue that your first student loan …and more »… The post Student Loans No Cosigner Fast appeared first on My…
  • Perkins Loan

    10 Jun 2015 | 9:17 am
    Top FAFSA Tips: How to Get the Most Financial Aid Understand the Consequences of Student Loan Default – U.S. News & World Report (blog) U.S. News & World Report (blog)Understand the Consequences of Student Loan DefaultU.S. News & World Report (blog)The collection costs may be the biggest blow. Collection costs vary for different types of loans. For Perkins loans, these can be as high as 40 percent.​ ​For federal Stafford, PLUS, and consolidation loans, collection costs are as high as 24 percent …and more » The post Perkins Loan appeared first on My Blog.
  • PNC Bank Student Loans

    3 Jun 2015 | 9:17 am
    HD-Obama State Of The Union-Full Speech Suspect arrested in armed robbery at Washington County ATM – Pittsburgh Post Gazette Suspect arrested in armed robbery at Washington County ATMPittsburgh Post GazetteA Washington County man has been arrested in connection with an armed robbery at a PNC Bank ATM in Burgettstown, police said. McDonald police charged Charles Thomas, 25, of the Burgettstown area, Tuesday with stealing $500 from a woman around 6:15 p.m …and more »… The post PNC Bank Student Loans appeared first on My Blog.
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    TechSling Weblog

  • Inkjet vs Nanography: Which Is Better?

    6 Jul 2015 | 5:45 am
    Original Article by TechSling Weblog:  When trying to choose a printer for your business, it’s tempting to go for inkjet models. After all, they have been around for 40 years and have a strong track record for delivering for the needs of business. Initially created to help with coding, lottery and addressing applications, inkjet printing technology has come a long… The post Inkjet vs Nanography: Which Is Better? first appeared on TechSling Weblog.
  • Proper Wetstock Management

    Tal Fridkin
    5 Jul 2015 | 3:47 pm
    Original Article by TechSling Weblog:  In the past managing wetstock may have been considered a fairly easy and simple process. Managers could compare the changes that have occurred in their fuel levels over the last week or so and then reconcile those levels based on the deliveries that have occurred in that week and the sales over the same timeframe.… The post Proper Wetstock Management first appeared on TechSling Weblog.
  • Drone Gopro- The Dream of the Budding Director and the Envy of Every Photographer

    Julia Stewart
    3 Jul 2015 | 1:00 pm
    Original Article by TechSling Weblog:  You must be amazed by the huge area of photographic action the drone GoPro has to offer. And if you are still not aware, you should buckle up at this point because whatever follows next will simply swoon your creative zeal off its feet. The drone GoPro is a revolution in aerial photography in the… The post Drone Gopro- The Dream of the Budding Director and the Envy of Every Photographer first appeared on TechSling Weblog.
  • A Review Of Chroma Keyboard – The Razer BlackWidow

    2 Jul 2015 | 3:59 am
    Original Article by TechSling Weblog:  We have done reviews on Chroma gadgets recently. However, this is a review of Chroma keyboard, the Razer BlackWidow Chroma, which is one of the best gaming keyboards currently on the market. After the launch of the BlackWidow in 2010, this keyboard rose to become one of the most popular keyboards in gaming competitions where… The post A Review Of Chroma Keyboard – The Razer BlackWidow first appeared on TechSling Weblog.
  • Keep Your Sensitive Data Safe on Mac OS X

    1 Jul 2015 | 3:57 pm
    Original Article by TechSling Weblog:  We all have sensitive data and private files on our Macs. But sometimes due to security reasons we have to store them in cloud stores or somewhere else, which is not even close to keeping your sensitive data secure. You should think twice before making online payments or providing your credit card information while shopping… The post Keep Your Sensitive Data Safe on Mac OS X first appeared on TechSling Weblog.
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  • LANDR secures $6.2 million Series A from Nas, Real Ventures, & others

    Douglas Soltys
    7 Jul 2015 | 9:25 am
    Montreal-based LANDR announced today that it has closed a $6.2 million Series A funding round, led by legendary rapper Nas’ QueensBridge Venture Partners, Real Ventures, YUL Ventures, Plus Eight Private Equity, Warner Music Group, Plus Eight Private Equity, and Cirque Du Soleil founders Guy Laliberté and Daniel Gauthier. LANDR’s software has mastered more tracks than all U.S. music studios combined since its launch last year. Formerly MixGenius, LANDR has garnered an impressive list of investors for its cloud-based audio post-production software. Driven by machine-learning, LANDR’s…
  • The highs and lows of crowdfunding

    7 Jul 2015 | 7:58 am
    Despite popular belief (and what anomaly projects like Pebble and Neptune have lead us to believe), crowdfunding is not always the millionaire-maker, rainbows and unicorns experience you think it is. On the contrary, it’s an emotional rollercoaster that one needs to understand before undertaking such a project. Luckily, you have me, and I’ve been through the trenches with a few of them. There is a lot that goes on behind the scenes of a crowdfunding campaign that few know about (and Pebble and Neptune would never mention). Let’s go over a few highs and lows that an entrepreneur like…
  • Kathryn Loewen shares Control’s funding strategy

    Jonathon Narvey
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:09 am
    Vancouver startup Control recently announced $1.5 million in seed funding for its online payments management and analytics platform. We caught up with Control founder Kathryn Loewen to talk about how the company transitioned from a bootstrapped startup to one that’s got some wind in its sails. For many would-be entrepreneurs, there’s a straight line between a solid strategy and execution; that view is too simplistic, with firms needing to adapt as they go, without giving in to what Marketo CEO Phillip M. Fernandez recently termed ‘fads’ masquerading as business strategies. Loewen had…
  • BCTIA kicks off HyperGrowth, its new second-stage revenue accelerator

    Jessica Galang
    6 Jul 2015 | 2:50 pm
    The BC Technology Industry Association (BCTIA) kicks off its first day of programming today for HyperGrowth, its new second-stage revenue accelerator program. After a six-week application process, the three growth stage companies included in HyperGrowth’s first cohort are Rentmoola, a service that allows you to pay for things like rent, parking, and deposits easily; Thinkific, a service that allows you to create online courses and sell them under your own brand; and EDP Software, a company that provides workforce scheduling solutions. The first cohort was chosen after a pitch event hosted…
  • #Startupfest is next week: here’s what you need to know

    Jessica Galang
    6 Jul 2015 | 12:46 pm
    It’s that time of year again: from July 15th to the 18th, thousands of investors, startups, analysts, and journalists gather in Montreal for the International Startup Festival. Startupfest offers inspiring stories from speakers, networking, and a chance for tech enthusiasts to connect in a fun way. In advance of Startupfest, here are a few things you should know to be prepared to make the most of it: 1. There are ten startups pitching on stage at Startupfest Ten startups pitch on the main stage during Startupfest, and the pitching teams this year include startups like Tongo, a company that…
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  • Drones begin their shift in the telecoms industry

    7 Jul 2015 | 8:23 am
    (Image Credit: iStockPhoto/mailfor) BT's Head of Customer Innovation, Matthew Key, has revealed the company's plans to use drones for vital repair work in rural areas where it would be slower to get an engineer out to fix an issue. In a blog post, he wrote: "With a little creativity, drones could change the world.”  The change which Key speaks of has already begun. Nokia Networks has deployed some of their drones in the UAE to carry-out several important network tasks. In Dubai, Nokia's…
  • Smart carriers offer "Smart Home" solutions

    6 Jul 2015 | 8:33 am
    (Image Credit: iStockPhoto/Tuomas Kujansuu) The vision of the Internet of Things (IoT) is rapidly moving from theory to practice. Attend any industry trade show and vendors are demoing their latest technology for the connected world ecosystem, from smart cars, to m-Health, smart homes and cities. Every player within this ecosystem wants to make sure that they are getting a piece of the IoT pie. Carriers that want to join the IoT space cannot simply remain the “dumb pipes” of cellular connectivity. In order to leverage the benefits and profitability of this lucrative market,…
  • Airband brings superfast broadband to rural areas

    2 Jul 2015 | 8:44 am
    (Image Credit: iStockPhoto/CrackerClips) Rural locations have posed a huge problem in the rollout of superfast broadband, but new technology from Airband could solve this and connect folks in more problematic areas to the rest of the world at higher speeds.  Nearly 6000 homes and businesses in remote West-Country areas in the UK could soon benefit from the superfast broadband inner-city dwellers are used to because of a new system that utilises wireless radio-powered networks attached to transmitter pylons or masts. Although delivery to the end-building…
  • European roaming fees to be scrapped in 2017

    30 Jun 2015 | 4:14 am
    (Image Credit: iStockPhoto/BettinaSampl) We finally have a date for when roaming fees will be scrapped in Europe - June 15th, 2017. The EU Commission wanted the rules to be implemented earlier, but the date was pushed-back in order to win support from the European Parliament and Council.  The rules will prevent mobile operators from charging huge premiums for use of their services when travelling to other European countries; which has led consumers to "bill shock" on their return.  Operators must replicate this model and put more effort into innovation…
  • Huawei shuttles 1Tbps in new backbone trial

    26 Jun 2015 | 8:38 am
    (Image Credit: iStockPhoto/NI QIN) In a joint effort with Proximus, Huawei has successfully completed a joint trial which has resulted in speeds of up to 1Tbps being transferred over an optical signal. Such incredible transmission speeds would allow for approximately 33 high-definition films in a second.  The innovative Chinese network vendor first partnered with Proximus in January and marks the first time Huawei will have tested its technology with an operator. Trials are being performed to prepare for the growing amount of demand consumers are placing on networks, and…
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  • How to a Add and Remove User Account on RHEL 6/7, CentOS 6/7, Oracle Linux 6/7

    12 Jun 2015 | 6:45 pm
    This article will explain and share how to add and remove user account with useradd(add) and userdel (remove) from the command-line on linux RHEL 6/7, CentOS 6/7, Oracle Linux 6/7 server. 1. Adding a New User to an Linux System. a) Get the useradd manual : # man useradd useradd - create a new user or… The post How to a Add and Remove User Account on RHEL 6/7, CentOS 6/7, Oracle Linux 6/7 appeared first on eHow Stuff : Linux, Tips, Howto Guides.
  • How to Increase Upload File Size Limit on PHP

    12 Jun 2015 | 8:47 am
    Q. When you try to update the blog post in WordPress or any php application, you might notice that the application such as WordPress has a prohibitive maximum file size for uploads. How to increase this limit in PHP ? A. These options can be set in php.ini configuration file, this configuration apply to all… The post How to Increase Upload File Size Limit on PHP appeared first on eHow Stuff : Linux, Tips, Howto Guides.
  • How to Install and Configure TigerVNC Server on CentOS 7.1 / RHEL 7.1 / Oracle Linux 7

    7 Jun 2015 | 2:05 am
    The following article explain how to Install and configure TigerVNC Server on CentOS 7.1 or Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL 7.1) or Oracle Linux 7. TigerVNC (Tiger Virtual Network Computing) is a remote access utility that allows you to control other computers that running graphical desktop sharing in separate sessions in parallel. It is works… The post How to Install and Configure TigerVNC Server on CentOS 7.1 / RHEL 7.1 / Oracle Linux 7 appeared first on eHow Stuff : Linux, Tips, Howto Guides.
  • How to Change RunLevel on CentOS 7 / RHEL 7

    27 May 2015 | 6:00 am
    Old method to change the runlevel via /etc/inittab in Redhat Enterprise Linux version and CentOS server has become obsolete on RHEL 7 and CentOS 7. This latest Linux operating system uses systemd system management daemon and relies on systemctl command in order to change the runlevel. RunLevel is set with linking to /etc/systemd/system/ Please make… The post How to Change RunLevel on CentOS 7 / RHEL 7 appeared first on eHow Stuff : Linux, Tips, Howto Guides.
  • How to Fix GNOME License Not Accepted Issue on CentOS 7

    26 May 2015 | 11:08 am
    This post assume that you have just finished the Gnome GUI installation on CentOS 7 by using “yum groupinstall “GNOME Desktop” “Graphical Administration Tools” -y” command. Previously you are running a minimum CentOS 7, only with command line via terminal. But after you reboot the server you get the following screen. Initial setup of CentOS… The post How to Fix GNOME License Not Accepted Issue on CentOS 7 appeared first on eHow Stuff : Linux, Tips, Howto Guides.
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  • The Impact of Tech on Payment Solutions

    Jane Sheeba
    1 Jul 2015 | 5:51 pm
    Neither buyer nor seller has the time to be messing around with payments. Once a deal has been agreed, whether you’re simply buying a coffee from a stand, or organising the takeover of a multi-million pound business, you want the payment to go through quickly and easily. It’s no surprise then, that with every generation of technology, we’ve looked to make processing payments that bit better for everyone. The advent of the internet was one of the first major changes in a long time – being able to bank online has meant that things like cheques are almost a thing of the past. It…
  • How to Track a Cell Phone?

    Jane Sheeba
    12 May 2015 | 6:00 pm
    Cell phone tracking helps us to determine the exact location of a mobile phone, irrespective of whether it is stationary or moving. Mobile positioning consists of location-based services which determine how to track a cell phone by providing the actual coordinates of the mobile phone owner. It is a technology often used by communication companies to determine the position of a mobile phone, and its user. Tracking a Cell Phone If you have lost your cell phone or if you need to find out what someone is up to or if you simply want to be prepared in case your phone is lost or stolen you…
  • How to Root Your Android Phone?

    Jane Sheeba
    29 Apr 2015 | 5:00 am
    Rooting your android phone may seem tempting, but if you mess up with the procedure, it can pose a huge risk and render your device useless forever. It is equivalent to jailbreaking in Android devices. So, you need to be very careful and aware of the potential dangers and the necessary steps involved before being lured into rooting for some possible benefits. What is rooting? Rooting allows you, the user, to delve into the subsystem of your device. In other words, you get to access the complete operating system and it will allow you to customize almost everything about the Android device. If…
  • Easeus Partition Manager Free Edition Review

    Jane Sheeba
    27 Apr 2015 | 7:47 am
    Partitioning a hard disk is so essential that it is one of the first things people do when buying a new computer. They do not even think about it. The Windows OS does have its Disk Management system to help you partition the hard disk as per your requirements. However, there are times when you can feel that the Disk Management program is just not good enough to handle your partitioning needs. When you are in search of a more powerful partitioning program, take a look at the EASEUS Partition Manager. The EASEUS Partition Manager offers a whole host of features that you will certainly to need…
  • What is Sip Trunking and how does it work?

    Jane Sheeba
    23 Apr 2015 | 6:36 am
    SIP trunking is basically a VoIP, or Voice over Internet Protocol based on the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP). ITSPs (Internet Telephony Service Providers) use it to provide telephone services and unified communication like instant messaging, data sharing, desktop sharing, audio, and video and web conferencing to customers with private branch exchange and unified communication facilities. What Is SIP Trunking? SIP trunking is a kind of standard communication system for voice and video that allows organizations to use VoIP instead of conventional phone lines.The VoIP systems use the…
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  • Apple Watch US demand tumbles to distressing levels in June

    Adrian Diaconescu
    7 Jul 2015 | 9:20 am
    Already reported as somewhat underwhelming back in May, the American sales of the “iWatch” have further dropped into serious headache-inducing territory. Very few market analysts or industry pundits deem the Apple Watch a blockbuster, but probably Slice Intelligence’s data paints Cupertino’s rookie wearable effort the bleakest picture yet. Based on e-receipts across the US, the... Read More The post Apple Watch US demand tumbles to distressing levels in June appeared first on VR-Zone.
  • Windows 10 RTM build nearly wrapped up ahead of general dispatch

    Adrian Diaconescu
    7 Jul 2015 | 8:39 am
    With only three weeks left until the first wave of Win 10 deliveries hits, it’s time Microsoft suspended and fully stabilized betas. Redmond has insisted lately on the continuously updating aspect of its newest desktop operating system iteration, but apart from the Insider program, where tinkerers and power users can test buggy previews before they’re ironed... Read More The post Windows 10 RTM build nearly wrapped up ahead of general dispatch appeared first on VR-Zone.
  • Not so psyched about the Samsung Galaxy Note 5? Here’s a $200 Note 4 rebate

    Adrian Diaconescu
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:33 am
    The almost 12 month old Android phablet is cheaper than ever before stateside through July 26. There’s really no better way to hype up a looming flagship smartphone than offering irresistible discounts on its ancestors. Case in point, Samsung’s “Notable Savings” Galaxy Note 4 deal, which reminds us the spectacular Note 5 is coming. Now,... Read More The post Not so psyched about the Samsung Galaxy Note 5? Here’s a $200 Note 4 rebate appeared first on VR-Zone.
  • The Galaxy V Plus is Samsung’s latest ultra low-end smartphone

    Abhijeet Mishra
    7 Jul 2015 | 6:57 am
    The Galaxy V Plus features a miserable 2GB of internal storage and other weak specs.  Samsung might not be making as many smartphones this year as it has in the years past, but the Korean manufacturer still seems unable to resist launching phones that make no sense from a consumer or business standpoint. The latest in... Read More The post The Galaxy V Plus is Samsung’s latest ultra low-end smartphone appeared first on VR-Zone.
  • Samsung profits drop yet again, as Galaxy S6 Edge demand is ‘badly miscalculated’

    Adrian Diaconescu
    7 Jul 2015 | 6:53 am
    In an ironic twist, Samsung’s financials were reportedly harmed by one of their phones exceeding expectations instead of underperforming for a change. How can a mobile device manufacturer lose money when its latest flagships are on track to breaking the sales records of their predecessors? Simple – by underestimating the stellar potential of the more... Read More The post Samsung profits drop yet again, as Galaxy S6 Edge demand is ‘badly miscalculated’ appeared first on VR-Zone.
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  • Spotify Running Originals: The Dawn Of Smart Music And A True Innovation

    2 Jul 2015 | 11:06 am
    Spotify is innovative. If I were to think to myself, “What could possibly be done with music that hasn’t been done already?” I wouldn’t be able to come up with anything. Apple asked itself that same question and vomited out Apple Music, a giant yawn — Beats 1 included. When Spotify asked itself that question […]
  • Amazon Crime: It Took 97 Minutes For Amazon To Admit They Were Screwing Me

    1 Jul 2015 | 12:11 pm
    “Some people definitely do use it that way,” says Ryan, an Amazon support representative I spoke to by phone. “It is an apology for a negative experience. It sounds like exactly like you put it: they were just throwing it out there just so you would stop bugging them.” I knew it! I’ve become sadly […]
  • The 6 Best Meme Generators (And Apps) Of 2015

    1 Jul 2015 | 7:17 am
    Memes. If you can’t escape ’em, join ’em? Ya. Something like that. Memes are everywhere. And why wouldn’t they be. They’re funny (usually). But if you’ve ever wanted to create your own funny content that can spread around the Internet (or just your circle of friends) faster than Usain Bolt, we’ve got the perfect meme tools […]
  • TomTom Bandit Action Cam: Highest Quality Video, Easiest To Use Features

    26 Jun 2015 | 11:11 am
    Action cameras are nothing new: they’ve been around for awhile now and the genre has grown a bit stale. There hasn’t been a lot of innovation in this space. On the contrary, it’s been a bit of a slow crawl forward with higher specs here and there. That’s why the team at DailyTekk is excited […]
  • EazyWallz Review: The Best Selection Of Cool Wall Murals

    25 Jun 2015 | 3:58 pm
    White walls are boring. You don’t live on a white-washed space station (like in the movie 2001: A Space Odyssey). You and the people you’re around the most (family, colleagues) have personalities. Whether you’re at home or at work you want to be in a creative, happy, inspired mood as you go about your day. […]
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    Managed File Transfer Tips

  • GoAnywhere Solves Banking File Transfer Problems

    Justin Phipps
    23 Jun 2015 | 8:42 am
    Linoma Software announces availability of a case study describing how its customer, FPS GOLD, solved some years-long problems by using the GoAnywhere Managed File Transfer solution. FPS GOLD is a services company for community banks that was plagued by dropped files and cumbersome procedures for setting up new clients. Among other problems, their old system could not […]
  • 10 Ways to Make File Transfers Easier, Automated and Secure

    Justin Phipps
    28 May 2015 | 8:52 am
    If you’re still managing file transfer processes using traditional methods that include complicated scripts and legacy programs, the potential risks are great. In addition to being a drain on your time, they could also be putting critical data at risk. In a recent webinar, “10 Ways to Make File Transfers Easier, Automated and Secure“, Linoma […]
  • What GoAnywhere Customers Should Know About LogJam

    Michelle Haag
    26 May 2015 | 2:23 pm
    “LogJam Computer Bug Could Wreak Havoc” – USA Today “A Frightening New Vulnerability Could Let Hackers Bypass The One Thing That Keeps Us Safe Online” – Business Insider “FREAK-like LogJam Attack Undermines TLS Security” Infosecurity Magazine “Enterprise, Cloud Services Exposed as Vulnerable to LogJam” – ZDnet With frightening headlines appearing last week in various news outlets […]
  • RSA Conference 2015 Recap

    Michelle Haag
    8 May 2015 | 8:42 am
    After an influx of high-profile data breaches, it was no surprise that the RSA Conference saw a record crowd this year of 33,000 attendees. The Moscone Center in San Francisco is a great venue and packed with attendees, over 500 vendors, 290 sessions and 700 speakers, there was no disputing th