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  • Google Is Readying Its Own OS For Running The Internet Of Things

    David Nield
    21 May 2015 | 12:06 pm
    It's a little late to the party, though things are still getting started.
  • How To Turn Walls Into WhiteBoards

    David Heyerman
    19 Apr 2015 | 2:27 pm
    Whether it’s in the office or your child’s bedroom, dry-erase paint by WhiteyBoard is an awesome way to spark creativity, keep track of tasks or to-dos or just be a bit silly. It won’t break the bank and it will impress your friends too.  Here are just a few fun and functional ideas. Turn a wall into a surface for workflow or brainstorming sessions in the office or a center for fun activities in a kid’s room. Paint the doors to your kids’ bedrooms to post reminders, chores or loving notes of encouragement. Make the toy chest just as fun as the things inside it.
  • Google Going More Mobile Than Ever

    Houston Web Design, Social Media, Online Marketing, SEO, Web Development in The Woodlands, Texas
    23 Apr 2015 | 7:07 am
    Moving In The Mobile Direction… In addition to changing their search algorithms to give preference to mobile-friendly sites on April 21st (which we discussed in our March 26th post), Google has announced that they are going to be entering into the wireless carrier industry with a new service called Project Fi. It hopes to stand out in two major ways: How it charges customers for service To expand how cellular and wireless connections are delivered Rather than paying a bulk rate for data, as one would with carriers like AT&T and Verizon, users would pay only for data they use. …
  • Why You Should Ditch Google Forms for Typeform and How to Use this Awesome Tool

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    21 May 2015 | 7:39 am
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  • Optoma unveils ultra short throw projectors for big pictures in small rooms

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    Chris Price
    21 May 2015 | 7:23 am
    Available in 1080p and WXGA resolution Interactive and standard models available Fast and simple set-up – preassembled wall mount and auto calibration Super bright lumens 16W built-in speaker Large images from a short distance Multiple connections including two HDMI inputs, RJ45 control and monitoring Optoma has unveiled a new range of super bright, ultra short throw projectors, featuring both interactive and non-interactive models at 4,000 lumens. The range includes the company’s first ever 1080p ultra short throw projectors, EH320UST (pictured above) and EH320USTi and WXGA resolution…
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  • Ricoh develops energy-generating rubber

    David Szondy
    22 May 2015 | 5:59 pm
    As digital technology becomes more ubiquitous and the Internet of Things takes shape, the question of how to power it all becomes more pressing. Japanese technology firm Ricoh is looking at its new "energy-generating rubber" as one solution. According the company, the new piezoelectric polymer converts pressure and vibration into electric energy with high efficiency, yet is extremely flexible and durable... Continue Reading Ricoh develops energy-generating rubber Section: Electronics Tags: Related Articles:
  • WaterBlade aims to have fitness buffs walking on water

    Ben Coxworth
    22 May 2015 | 2:38 pm
    There are already human-powered devices that allow you to walk on water, plus there are electric motor-powered stand-up paddleboards. The WaterBlade, however, appears to bridge the gap between the two. It's a floating platform that you stand on to "walk" across the water, but it also has a motor to help make things easier... Continue Reading WaterBlade aims to have fitness buffs walking on water Section: Outdoors Tags: Related Articles:
  • Thought-controlled robotic arm reacts faster and more smoothly than its predecessors

    Ben Coxworth
    22 May 2015 | 1:22 pm
    Although we've definitely seen a number of thought-controlled prosthetic arms before, most of those have been activated by implants in the user's motor cortex, which is the brain's movement-control center. The arms' resulting movements have been somewhat jerky, plus there's typically been a delay between the user thinking about moving the arm, and the actual movement taking place. Now, however, a team of researchers has announced the results of an experiment in which those limitations were greatly reduced... Continue Reading Thought-controlled robotic arm reacts faster and more smoothly than…
  • Pop Brixton houses local businesses in an upcycled shipping container campus

    Stu Robarts
    22 May 2015 | 12:08 pm
    A new pop-up local business campus is set to open in Brixton, London, UK. Pop Brixton will be home to local independent start-ups and small businesses. It will be housed in a temporary shipping container village, but it is the project's ethos that is perhaps its most innovative facet... Continue Reading Pop Brixton houses local businesses in an upcycled shipping container campus Section: Architecture Tags: shipping containers Related Articles:
  • CryoSat detects heavy Antarctic ice loss

    Chris Wood
    22 May 2015 | 10:05 am
    The ESA CryoSat mission has detected significant ice loss in a usually stable Antarctic region. The data recorded by the satellite revealed how multiple glaciers along the Southern Antarctic Peninsula started shedding ice in the 2009, with no prior warning... Continue Reading CryoSat detects heavy Antarctic ice loss Section: Environment Tags: climate change ESA Related Articles:
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  • How Hollywood Taught Rebel Wilson To Lie About Her Age

    23 May 2015 | 2:24 am
    Rebel Wilson isn’t the first Hollywood star to fabricate details of her past. But the reason she did so speaks volumes of the industry’s logic concerning what sort of bodies should appear on-screen.
  • Watching 3D Movies 'Helps Improve Brain Power'

    23 May 2015 | 12:54 am
    A minority of filmgoers complain of dizziness and headaches, and previous studies have found that viewing in stereoscope offers no measurable improvement in enjoyment. But a new British study suggests that you may just improve your brain power by watching movies in 3D.
  • Trying To Get Rich On Housing The Poor

    22 May 2015 | 11:21 pm
    Some of the richest people in the US, including billionaires Warren Buffett and Sam Zell, have made millions from trailer parks at the expense of the country's poorest people. Seeing their success, ordinary people from across the country are now trying to follow in their footsteps and become trailer park millionaires.
  • Why Professors Should Never Have Affairs With Their Students

    22 May 2015 | 8:18 pm
    It’s not about affecting professional distance. It’s about not wallowing in clichés.
  • Edward Snowden: NSA Reform In The US Is Only The Beginning

    22 May 2015 | 6:45 pm
    In an exclusive interview in Moscow, Snowden cautions that more needs to be done to curb NSA surveillance two years after his disclosures.
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    Holy Kaw!

  • Look smarter by ditching these 15 words

    Kate Rinsema
    22 May 2015 | 6:23 pm
    Who wants to look more intelligent? The post Look smarter by ditching these 15 words appeared first on Holy Kaw!.
  • Deaf Russian dancer’s hypnotizing finger tutting routine [video]

    Kate Rinsema
    22 May 2015 | 5:29 pm
    Being deaf doesn't affect the beauty of Russian dancer Andrei Dragunov's moves, whether they're performed with his feet or his hands. The post Deaf Russian dancer’s hypnotizing finger tutting routine [video] appeared first on Holy Kaw!.
  • Cat pranks dog [video]

    Josh Urich
    22 May 2015 | 3:00 pm
    George the Cat is one sneaky feline. He set up his canine companion with a ridiculously elaborate prank. The poor pug didn't see it coming. The post Cat pranks dog [video] appeared first on Holy Kaw!.
  • 10 game-changing assassinations [video]

    Kate Rinsema
    22 May 2015 | 2:13 pm
    Think one life doesn’t make a difference? Even if you’re not a President or making headlines doesn’t mean the good you do can’t impact a tremendous number of people. Though we don’t have the perspective a parallel universe would provide, this video of ten assassinations that changed the course of history will leave you wondering … The post 10 game-changing assassinations [video] appeared first on Holy Kaw!.
  • This Japanese video will break your brain [video]

    Josh Urich
    22 May 2015 | 2:00 pm
    Japanese music videos are strange to non-Japanese eyes. This video, however, is a step beyond the usual strangeness. Words cannot describe. The music is very catchy, though. The post This Japanese video will break your brain [video] appeared first on Holy Kaw!.
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    22 May 2015 | 4:11 pm
  • HP: Down, And To The Left

    22 May 2015 | 3:17 pm
    HP: Down, And To The Left: Literally every key number fell. The best news is that some numbers didn’t fall as much as feared. This is a precarious situation, to say the least.
  • nevver: Star Wars, Andy Fairhurst Yeah, these are amazing.

    21 May 2015 | 10:50 am
    nevver: Star Wars, Andy Fairhurst Yeah, these are amazing.
  • "I have a thought about putting Jar Jar Binks’s bones in the desert there."

    21 May 2015 | 7:53 am
    "I have a thought about putting Jar Jar Binks’s bones in the desert there.": Bruce Handy reporting from the set of Star Wars: The Force Awakens with J.J. Abrams:“I have a thought about putting Jar Jar Binks’s bones in the desert there,” he said.Everyone laughed.Abrams laughed, too, but insisted, “I’m serious!” He pointed out that the shot zips by in a second, if that. “Only three people will notice,” he said, “but they’ll love it.”The force is strong with this one. Or, at least we now know that “J.J.” doesn’t stand for “Jar Jar.”
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    21 May 2015 | 6:14 am
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  • Bank of England Accidentally E-mails Top-Secret "Brexit" Plan To the Guardian

    23 May 2015 | 2:17 am
    schwit1 writes: The first rule of "Project Bookend" is that you don't talk about "Project Bookend." In retrospect, maybe the first rule should have been "you don't accidentally e-mail 'Project Bookend' to a news agency," because as the Guardian reports, one of its editors opened his inbox and was surprised to find a message from the BOE's Head of Press Jeremy Harrison outlining the UK financial market equivalent of the Manhattan project. Project Bookend is a secret (or 'was' a secret) initiative undertaken by the BOE to study what the fallout might be from a potential 'Brexit', but if anyone…
  • NSA-Reform Bill Fails In US Senate

    22 May 2015 | 11:39 pm
    New submitter Steven King writes with a link to The Daily Dot's report that the U.S. Senate has rejected a controversial bill, thus "all but guaranteeing that key provisions of the USA Patriot Act will expire"; had it passed, the bill would have allowed continued use of some mass data-collection practices, but with the addition of stronger oversight. From the article: The Senate failed to reach agreement on passage of the USA Freedom Act, a bill to reauthorize and reform Section 215 of the USA Patriot Act, which the government has used to conduct bulk surveillance of Americans' phone records.
  • 25 Years Today - Windows 3.0

    22 May 2015 | 8:10 pm
    An anonymous reader writes: Windows 3.0 was launched on 22 May 1990 — I know, 'coz I was there as a SDE on the team. I still have, um, several of the shrink-wrapped boxes of the product — with either 3.5 inch and 5.25 floppies rattling around inside them — complete with their distinctive 'I witnessed the event' sticker! It was a big deal for me, and I still consider Win 3 as *the* most significant Windows' release, and I wonder what other Slashdotters think, looking back on Win 3?Read more of this story at Slashdot.
  • Epic's VR Demo Scene For the GTX 980 Now Runs On Morpheus PS4 Headset At 60 FPS

    22 May 2015 | 5:44 pm
    An anonymous reader writes: Originally created as a Unreal Engine 4 demo scene to push the limits of VR-capable graphics on the Oculus Rift 'Crescent Bay' prototype VR headset, Showdown is now running flawlessly at 60 FPS on Morpheus, Sony's PS4 VR headset. The demo was previously only able to run at Oculus' 90 FPS target VR framerate on the Nvidia GTX 980, a GPU which costs nearly $200 more than the PS4 itself. To the delight of UE4 developers, the performance improvement comes from general optimizations to UE4 on PS4, rather than specific optimizations to Showdown.Read more of this story at…
  • California Votes To Ban Microbeads

    22 May 2015 | 4:55 pm
    New submitter Kristine Lofgren writes: The California Assembly just passed a vote to ban toxic microbeads, the tiny flecks found in toothpastes and exfoliants. Microbeads cause a range of problems, from clogging waterways to getting stuck in gums. The ban would be the strictest of its kind in the nation. As the article notes, the California Senate would need to pass a bill as well, for this ban to take effect, and if that happens, the resulting prohibition will come into place in 2020. From the article: Last year, Illinois became the first state in the U.S. to pass a ban on the usage of…
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    Tech.pinions - Perspective, Insight, Analysis

  • Podcast: Maker Faire, Google IO Preview, Messaging Platforms

    Bob O'Donnell
    23 May 2015 | 1:00 am
    Welcome to this week’s Tech.pinions Podcast. This week Tim Bajarin, Jan Dawson, and Bob O’Donnell discuss the 10th Annual Maker Faire, preview our expectations for Google I/O, and debate the opportunities for messaging platforms. Click here to subscribe in iTunes. If you happen to use a podcast aggregator or want to add it to iTunes manually the feed to our podcast is:
  • RealNetworks: They’re Still Here

    Steve Wildstrom
    22 May 2015 | 1:00 am
    A lot of new consumer apps that present a big variety are the work of developers fresh out of Stanford or MIT. And then there’s Ron Glaser (by the way, from Yale). Glaser’s RealNetworks has been… This content is for Insider Yearly and Insider Monthly members only. Visit the site and log in/register to read.
  • How the Rise of the International Middle Class Will Drive Our Tech Growth

    Tim Bajarin
    22 May 2015 | 1:00 am
    After WWII, with the return of millions of G.I.’s who gained access to government loans to buy houses, the concept of the middle class in the US began to expand. As they assimilated back into the US and, more importantly, became an meaningful part of the United States’ economic recovery by getting jobs, buying homes and having disposable income, it expanded our consuming culture and helped make the US the prosperous nation we are today.  What we experienced with the rise of the US middle class in the 1950s has started to take place in broader international markets today.
  • The Carrier Challenge for Consumer IoT

    Bob O'Donnell
    21 May 2015 | 1:00 am
    Much has been written and discussed recently with regard to Internet of Things (IoT) applications, generating a great deal of interest among many potential participants in the value chain of this burgeoning area. Telco carriers… This content is for Insider Yearly and Insider Monthly members only. Visit the site and log in/register to read.
  • The Challenges Google Needs to Deal With at I/O

    Jan Dawson
    21 May 2015 | 1:00 am
    We’re now in what’s arguably become the most significant period of the year for three of the largest consumer technology companies in the world — the developer conference season. The developer events for Microsoft, Google, and Apple now end up shaping much of what’s to come from these companies in the next year, from new versions of their operating systems to new products and services and, in some cases, new hardware. We’ve already seen Microsoft’s announcements around Windows 10, HoloLens, and more at Build, and next on the docket is Google’s I/O developer conference.
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  • How to Use QuickTime Screen Recording on a Mac

    Kevin Purcell
    10 May 2015 | 7:30 am
    How to Use QuickTime Screen Recording on a Mac is a post by Kevin Purcell from People can teach others how to use software or show gamers how to master playing a difficult part of a... This is a summary. Please visit for the full article.
  • Acer Aspire R13 Convertible Windows Notebook Review

    Kevin Purcell
    9 May 2015 | 7:30 am
    Acer Aspire R13 Convertible Windows Notebook Review is a post by Kevin Purcell from The Acer Aspire R13 convertible Windows 8.1 notebook proves that a full-featured convertible... This is a summary. Please visit for the full article.
  • 7 Things to Know About Windows 10 Ahead of Release

    Travis Pope
    11 Apr 2015 | 6:22 am
    7 Things to Know About Windows 10 Ahead of Release is a post by Travis Pope from Microsoft’s Windows 10 operating system is set to change the entire Windows landscape when it launches... This is a summary. Please visit for the full article.
  • 13 Exciting New Features in Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac

    Kevin Purcell
    4 Apr 2015 | 8:56 am
    13 Exciting New Features in Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac is a post by Kevin Purcell from Microsoft released a free preview of the much-anticipated Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac. It... This is a summary. Please visit for the full article.
  • Toshiba Chromebook 2 Review

    Kevin Purcell
    3 Apr 2015 | 1:56 pm
    Toshiba Chromebook 2 Review is a post by Kevin Purcell from The Chromebook developed into an attractive and diversified platform over the past year. Toshiba joined the market, first... This is a summary. Please visit for the full article.
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  • Does Your Home Deserve Solar Power?

    22 May 2015 | 3:33 pm
    The term “solar energy” is often used these days, but some owners have considered a realistic option. Without estimates, most people assume that the cost of installation would be completely outweigh the potential benefits. While green energy has come a long way since its inception, many people still view this technology as trapped in its infant stage. With its recent progress, however, solar panels are becoming not only an affordable option, but also the most logical step that you can take to save energy in your home. Rebates and incentives The federal government and many states…
  • Sunshine State lagging behind in solar energy

    20 May 2015 | 1:13 pm
    The Sunshine State residents realize that the exploitation of the abundant solar energy in Florida is not an easy task. Industry experts rank third in Florida in the nation in the potential of solar energy roof, but 13 in the amount of solar energy produced. Experts in renewable energy and solar industry say Florida is being delayed because the state is one of four that require solar energy to be sold exclusively by utilities. This limits the options to go Solar financial commitment and increases in advance for consumers. The Sierra Club sees the lack of consumer choice as harmful to the…
  • CIAL to be world’s first fully solar-powered airport

    19 May 2015 | 2:50 am
    Kochi International Airport is on track to become the first airport in the world to draw all its power from solar energy. The airport would generate 12 MW of solar energy, and work should be completed in three months. Bosch is the structure of the airport to build the necessary structures. CIAL, the company that manages the airport, plans to raise between 50,000 and 60,000 units of electricity per day and would cost Rs 64 million rupees. Solar panels have arrived at Chennai airport and related works are underway. The airport already has a 100 kW pilot project generates 1.1 MW power project…
  • Solar Attic Fans Can Reduce Your Energy Bill

    18 May 2015 | 3:27 am
    A simple way to reduce your electricity bill Many owners of Hawaii spend a small fortune to run fans and air conditioning in trying to keep your house cool. Most homes, houses, especially older, depends trade winds to keep your home from becoming unbearable. Generally people who are trying to beat the heat was just installed an expensive air conditioning system. What they do not realize is that they could reduce their energy bills and save money simply by improving ventilation. It goes without saying that if you can keep the heat naturally, will have less and less fans air-conditioning,…
  • Three Reasons Why You Should Consider Solar Installations

    17 May 2015 | 3:05 pm
    In today’s society, there is a good chance that you’ve probably seen or at least heard of solar panels. Regardless of how you learned about solar installations, you may wonder if they are a good choice for you and your energy needs. With about 600,000 businesses and households in the United States to make the change, it is safe to say that people see the clear benefits of renewable energy. If you are looking to heat your pool or the entire house, here are some reasons why the choice of solar energy that could be interested. It is profitable No one likes to spend money on your…
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    Tech Talk


    21 May 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Google says that its mobile search ads translate into people shopping in retail stores, which is good news for the mobile ad industry. The story is today's TECH TALK. (Magid, self-ID)

    20 May 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Spotify is adding video, podcasts and a new service that detects the pace at which you're running and picks out music to match your beat and motivate you. The story is today's TECH TALK. (Magid, self-ID)

    19 May 2015 | 9:00 pm
    PC maker Asus also makes smartphones and to gain marketshare in the U.S. they're reducing the price of their flagship Android phone to 199 dollars, unlocked and with no carrier subsidy. The story is today's TECH TALK. (Magid, self-ID)

    18 May 2015 | 9:00 pm
    The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Google may add a "buy" button to mobile product searches so that if you search for a product, you can buy it directly through Google, which will likely partner with retailers. The story is today's TECH TALK. (Magid, self-ID)

    17 May 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Most of the exhibitors at the 10th annual Maker Faire in the San Francisco Bay Area last weekend were small start-ups or non-profits but there were also some big corporations including Intel who's Edison chip is being used to power Do It Yourself (DYI) projects including robots, drones and even a smart bicycle. The story is today's TECH TALK. (Magid, self-ID)
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  • Three Reasons Your Term Sheet May Fall Through

    Jonathan Friedman
    22 May 2015 | 3:00 pm
     So you’ve made it past all the VC grilling and received a term sheet. Congratulations! But don’t celebrate just yet. Term sheets are non-binding, and even though they should signify a VC has conviction in investing in you and is ready to move towards closing, they fall through more often than most Founders may expect. Read More
  • TC AppleCast 16: MacBook Redux, iOS 9 And OS X 10.11

    Darrell Etherington,Greg Kumparak
    22 May 2015 | 2:16 pm
     This week we cover one noteworthy review of the new MacBook by Marco Arment, as well as iOS 9 and OS X 10.11 details. Apple is supposedly tidying up with both OS updates this year, and also making things more pleasant for older device owners, and that’s very good for Tim Cook’s favorite customer satisfaction metric. We also discuss the new $2,000 iMac, as well as the update for… Read More
  • CrunchWeek: Pebble’s Cash Crunch, Stripe Hits $5B, And NSA Reform’s Uncertain Future

    Alex Wilhelm,Kyle Russell,Colleen Taylor
    22 May 2015 | 2:00 pm
     Happy holiday Friday, team, and welcome to another episode of CrunchWeek. This time around, we remain camped out in the CrunchBase offices while TCHQ undergoes reconstructive surgery, Our own Kyle Russell, Colleen Taylor, and your modest supplicant sat down in broad red chairs to dig into Pebble’s reported cash woes, Stripe’s shiny new valuation, and just what is going on in the… Read More
  • Zendrive Uses Mobile Phones as Sensors To Reinvent The Accuracy of Auto Insurance In Partnership With Guild

    Kim-Mai Cutler
    22 May 2015 | 1:01 pm
     If you look across the space of consumer Internet services and physical sensors, people are producing more data than ever before, which is being used to make all kinds of insurance more granular and accurate according to individual risk. Zendrive, a company backed by First Round Capital, BMW i Ventures and Bill Ford’s Fontinalis Partners is partnering with Guild to create a new kind… Read More
  • Jim Gaffigan, Comedian And POTI, Talks About His New Show

    John Biggs
    22 May 2015 | 12:31 pm
     Jim Gaffigan, comedian and official President Of The Internet, stopped in at our New York studio where we talked about his new show that is now streaming on The show will air on TV Land in a few months but he posted the first episode online so fans could watch – and learn to love – his new sitcom. Read More
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  • One of the longest lines at Disneyland's 24-hour celebration: Starbucks

    Brittany Levine
    22 May 2015 | 10:15 pm
    It wasn't just Sleeping Beauty itching for a nap at Disneyland's 24-hour celebration kicking off its 60th anniversary events. Thousands of super fans, camped out since 6 p.m. Thursday night, officially entered the park at 6 a.m. Friday to spend all day and night at the Anaheim, California amusement park “When you’re tired, just find a bench and knock out,” John Valerio, a Santa Clara resident, told the Orange County Register. “It’s an absolute once-in-a-lifetime experience." See also: Trippy song uses samples from classic Disney movies to create dance music Other…
  • Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen skip 'Full House' reboot

    Brittany Levine
    22 May 2015 | 8:17 pm
    The Full House revival has the actors who played Uncle Joey, D.J. and Stephanie on board, but the famous twins who brought Michelle Tanner to life will not be part of the fun. Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen will not be joining the cast of the '90s TV show reboot, dubbed Fuller House, executive producer Robert L. Boyett said in a statement Friday, according to The Hollywood Reporter. See also: Uncle Joey will visit Netflix's 'Fuller House' “Although Ashley and Mary-Kate will not be a part of Fuller House, I know how much Full House has meant to them and they are still very much considered…
  • Rare supernova burst shines light on its mysterious origins
    22 May 2015 | 7:48 pm
    Debris blown off a dying star collided with its companion, creating a blast of ultraviolet radiation that is helping scientists better understand the evolution of one of the key tools to measure the expansion of the universe. Known as Type Ia supernovas, these rare events have led scientists to argue for two different theories, but new observations of a recent supernova by NASA's space-based Swift telescope suggest that both may be correct. SEE ALSO: Supernovas - Amazing photos of star explosions "The pulse of radiation detected by Swift is probably produced when the supernova-ejected…
  • Watch as one man's 'Victory Parade' morphs into a bizarre police chase

    Brittany Levine
    22 May 2015 | 7:29 pm
    An extremely slow police chase in Los Angeles came to a halt Friday evening after an apparent bystander ran in front of a top-down convertible and pushed the surrendering driver toward a crowd of police officers. The more than hour-long pursuit, which at times clocked in at below 10 miles per hour, captivated nearby onlookers and news broadcasters, alike. The driver, wearing a newsboy cap, waved to crowds watching the bizarre display from the sidewalk and their stalled cars on the streets of Tarzana and Encino in the San Fernando Valley. The driver is thought to have been under the influence,…
  • Study pits shoppers against each other in online bargain battle

    The Conversation
    22 May 2015 | 5:18 pm
    When online shopping emerged as a global phenomenon in the early 2000s, I remember reading prophecies that consumers would now cruise far and wide across the Internet for the best ever bargains, because search had become completely effortless. A decade on, it appears that people can get click-weary more easily than the pundits might have presumed. Academic studies have long pictured consumers as somewhat lethargic when it comes to search. Studies have shown, for example, that people are not very likely to click beyond the top few links on a results page so if a company's website is to have…
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  • Paper Says Public Doesn't Know How To Keep Score In Privacy Discussion While Glossing Over Government Surveillance

    Tim Cushing
    22 May 2015 | 7:39 pm
    Lawfare -- a blog primarily devoted defending the practices of spy agencies -- has released a paper authored by Benjamin Wittes and Jodie Liu that theorizes that the public's concern over privacy encroachments are -- if not overblown -- then failing to properly factor in the privacy "gains" they've obtained over the past several years. The theory is solid, but the paper fails to differentiate between what sort of privacy losses people find acceptable and which ones they don't -- mainly by leaving privacy invasions by government entities almost completely undiscussed. It opens by quoting a…
  • TPP Moves Forward In Senate With Fast Track; On To The House

    Mike Masnick
    22 May 2015 | 6:16 pm
    As was widely expected after last week's vote, the Senate has now voted in favor of fast track for trade agreements (officially "Trade Promotion Authority") after Republican Senators convinced enough of their Democratic counterparts to give up their Constitutional authority in regulating international commerce (yes, you read that right: Republicans who keep complaining about the President taking too much power and not obeying the Constitution, just voted explicitly to give up Constitutional authority to the President of the other party, while most Democrats declined to do so). Also as…
  • DailyDirt: Trendy Drinks

    Michael Ho
    22 May 2015 | 5:00 pm
    Some folks like to drink coconut water because it tastes good -- not because it's a fashionable, semi-exotic-sounding liquid that has some specious health claims. Some fads, like drinking raw milk are actually not that healthy. But if you just like trying out new stuff to drink (and carry around in a bottle or cup), check out a few of these links. Maybe it's just in Brooklyn that it's cool to drink bone broth from a coffee cup. As long as it's not as expensive as $6 toast, who can argue against a tasty cup of soup? [url] Drinking reclaimed water is nothing new, but people are a little…
  • Monsanto And Syngenta About To Receive Dozens Of Patents On Unpatentable Plants

    Glyn Moody
    22 May 2015 | 3:16 pm
    Last month we wrote about the strange case of unpatentable plants becoming patentable in Europe thanks to a decision from the European Patent Office's Enlarged Board of Appeal. That cleared the way for companies to obtain such patents, and according to this post on the "no patents on seeds" site -- I think you can probably work out where its biases lie -- that's about to happen: the European Patent Office (EPO) is about to grant 30 patents on plants derived from conventional breeding to Monsanto and its affiliated companies. The Swiss company Syngenta can expect to receive around a dozen…
  • Florida Governor Signs One Bill Protecting Free Speech... And Another That Undermines It

    Mike Masnick
    22 May 2015 | 1:58 pm
    On Thursday, Governor Rick Scott of Florida signed 44 bills into law, but two of them are particularly interesting to us. The first we wrote about back in March, SB 604, is a very problematic bill that undermines some basic free speech rights. It's the latest in a new push by Hollywood to undermine anonymity online as a backdoor attack on copyright infringement. Basically, it says that if you're distributing any sort of audiovisual work, you need to reveal who you are. The implications here are massive. There are lots of cases where someone may wish to post certain audiovisual works without…
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    The Register

  • Carry On Computing: Ten stylish laptop bags for him

    Jennifer Newton
    23 May 2015 | 3:00 am
    A touch of class for tech travellers Product Round-Up  If you’ve been promising yourself a new laptop holdall for ages, why not use this Bank Holiday weekend to get yourself, as the saying goes, a brand new bag? We’ll be looking bags for women tomorrow, so everyone can get kitted out with something chic, but first the swanky stuff for men.…
  • The Happiness Industry, Seveneves and Confessions of a Tinderella

    Mark Diston, Simon Sharwood and Nigel Whitfield
    23 May 2015 | 2:00 am
    Myth and mischief-making in fact and fiction Page File  El Reg bookworm Mark Diston is joined by Vulture South's own Simon Sharwood and Vulture Central's Nigel Whitfield to pore through the latest from the publishing world. William Davies examines the current political and corporate obsession with wellbeing. Neal Stephenson's latest sci-fi tome adds a satirical spin to saving the world and Ms Lonelyheart Rosy Edwards gives an amusing kiss-and-tell account of her trials and tribulations using the addictive dating app Tinder.…
  • Putting your schlong into the reel-to-reel tape machine is a bad idea

    Alistair Dabbs
    23 May 2015 | 1:00 am
    Media recording is boring as f**k Something for the Weekend, Sir?  Last week, I promised you I’d rip my two mighty appearances on Granada Plus’s The Computer Channel (later relaunched as .tv) in 1997 from VHS. Well, a promise is a promise, if only half-kept. Here for your viewing curiosity is just one of my BAFTA nomination-worthy performances for a short-lived night-time satellite TV programme that was watched by literally tens of viewers.…
  • eBay bug turns phishing email links into malware-stuffed booby prizes

    Iain Thomson
    22 May 2015 | 5:17 pm
    Crims could smuggle nasties in files 'downloaded' from web souk eBay is racing to fix a second serious security flaw that may allow criminals to spread malware through files seemingly hosted by the online tat bazaar.…
  • 'The Google execs, the journalists, plus Brit and US spybosses in a cosy mansion confab'

    Iain Thomson
    22 May 2015 | 2:53 pm
    Tinker, tailor, soldier, Silicon Valley wonks A high-level private meeting between Silicon Valley execs, spies and others was held in the UK this month: on the agenda, the state of government surveillance, and what limits should be put on it.…
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  • Shake it to Murs, Muse, and more in our top 5 songs to stream

    AJ Dellinger
    23 May 2015 | 3:15 am
    Not sure what new music to listen to? We'll let you know what new tracks and albums dropping this week are worthy of your attention. Up this week: Murs, Holly Herndon, Muse, and more. The post Shake it to Murs, Muse, and more in our top 5 songs to stream appeared first on Digital Trends.
  • Build your own arcade machine this weekend! We’ll show you how

    Brad Bourque
    23 May 2015 | 3:15 am
    Consoles and TVs are so last year! Instead, build your own arcade cabinet from an old computer and some new arcade controls. The post Build your own arcade machine this weekend! We’ll show you how appeared first on Digital Trends.
  • Senate blocks USA Freedom Act on data collection reform

    David Nield
    23 May 2015 | 2:34 am
    Where now for online surveillance legislation and data privacy? The USA Freedom Act breezed through the House of Representatives last week but has been stopped in its tracks at the Senate. The post Senate blocks USA Freedom Act on data collection reform appeared first on Digital Trends.
  • One place you won’t find the Steve Jobs trailer: Apple’s site

    David Nield
    23 May 2015 | 1:09 am
    Does Apple have something against the new Steve Jobs film? Perhaps Tim Cook preferred Christian Bale for the lead role? Whatever the reason, you can't find the movie trailer on the iTunes site. The post One place you won’t find the Steve Jobs trailer: Apple’s site appeared first on Digital Trends.
  • Brilliant new bearing design spins with 10x less friction, doesn’t require grease

    Drew Prindle
    22 May 2015 | 6:37 pm
    Japanese engineering firm Coo Space has reportedly developed a new type of bearing that spins with up to 10 times less friction than the bearings we currently use, without the aid of grease or any other sort of lubrication. The post Brilliant new bearing design spins with 10x less friction, doesn’t require grease appeared first on Digital Trends.
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  • 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…
  • Santa To The Sea Half Marathon and 2014 Recap

    3 Jan 2015 | 5:38 pm
    Over the past year I’ve run over 800 miles and raced three half marathons, three challenging trail races over 11 miles long and in several 5ks. I also dedicated a lot of training time to increasing my climbing and logged over 24,000 feet in elevation gain. I trained on several mountain ranges in Southern California and feel like I can knock out a half marathon run at any time, so I did. It’s been a couple of weeks since running the Santa To The Sea Half Marathon in Oxnard on Dec. 18. I was excited to tackle the course and try to set a PR for the half. The flat as a pancake course…
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  • Learn How to Properly Order and Make Martinis with This Infographic

    Patrick Allan
    22 May 2015 | 11:30 am
    Martini’s are a sophisticated drink, but they can be daunting if you don’t know the ingredients or lingo. This infographic explains everything you need to know about ordering and making one the most iconic cocktails there is.Read more...
  • Clear Your Mind Before Bed by Promising to Return to Your Thoughts Later

    Patrick Allan
    22 May 2015 | 11:00 am
    It’s hard to fall asleep when your mind is going full speed, but you can clear your head of ideas and worries by cutting a deal with yourself.Read more...
  • Save and Reform Leftover Mozzarella Bits with a Bath In Boiling Water

    Patrick Allan
    22 May 2015 | 10:30 am
    When you use a recipe that calls for mozzarella, you sometimes get stuck with a bunch of leftover bits that may not seem too useful. A quick bath in boiling water, however, can help bring all those bits back into a single ball of mozzarella again.Read more...
  • Most Popular Sunscreen: Neutrogena UltraSheer Dry-Touch

    Shane Roberts, Commerce Team on Kinja Co-Op, shared by Shane Roberts, Commerce Team to Lifehacker
    22 May 2015 | 10:15 am
    Neutrogena’s UltraSheer Dry-Touch Sunscreen dominated the best sunscreen voting , with more than 2000 of you giving it your nod of approval and numerous glowing recommendations in the comments.Read more...
  • Beware of These Pricing Tricks Retailers Use to Fool Your Brain

    Kyle James on Two Cents, shared by Patrick Allan to Lifehacker
    22 May 2015 | 10:00 am
    Retailers are darn good at inventing tricks to separate us from our money. Whether it be through the price points they choose, how they market their products, or their discounting techniques, they are experts at getting inside our brains and influencing our buying decisions. Here are a few of the most popular pricing tricks retailers’ use, along with some easy ways to fight back.Read more...
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  • The Best of Gizmodo This Week

    Meg Neal
    22 May 2015 | 4:00 pm
    This week at Gizmodo, we got our hands on Buckminster Fuller’s FBI file, recounted your worst PayPal horror stories, told you why you need to stop drinking bottled water, and hung out with Neal Stephenson to chat about his latest novel. Here are the highlights.Read more...
  • Let's Talk About Whatever You Want Right Now

    Kaila Hale-Stern
    22 May 2015 | 3:00 pm
    It’s the weekend, friends! In America, it’s a long weekend — Monday is off for Memorial Day, and everyone barbecues, as dictated by tradition. What’s cooking, Gizmodo?Read more...
  • Making Heroin Could One Day Be As Easy As Brewing Beer

    Annalee Newitz
    22 May 2015 | 2:39 pm
    Breakthroughs in synthetic biology have suggested a bizarre and realistic possibility for the future of black market drug trade. Genetically-altered yeast could be used to make opiates for hospitals seeking a source of the painkillers — and then appropriated by drug dealers who want to homebrew heroin.Read more...
  • The Most Popular Candidates for President, According to Social Media

    Kaila Hale-Stern
    22 May 2015 | 2:00 pm
    Which of the current presidential hopefuls have the strongest social media base? You might be surprised. Rand Paul blows Hilary Clinton away on Facebook, while Clinton creams Paul on Twitter. No one likes Jeb Bush.Read more...
  • See How SpaceX Astronauts Could Survive a Failed Launch

    Attila Nagy
    22 May 2015 | 1:41 pm
    Two weeks ago, SpaceX successfully tested the launch abort system for its new commercial crew capsule, which is designed to carry astronauts to the International Space Station by 2017. The company has just released a first-person view video recorded by cameras mounted on the Dragon capsule, so you can take a virtual ride on the capsule as it accelerates from 0-100 mph in 1.2 sec during the first critical pad abort test.Read more...
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  • Artist adds poop emoji to selfie sticks to remind us of mortality

    Timothy J. Seppala
    23 May 2015 | 1:35 am
    As depressing as it may be, selfie sticks are inescapable despite how many places ban them. It's a sad truth of the future we live in. But! An enterprising artist by the name of Pablo Garcia has figured out a way to "reduce vainglory and self-importa...
  • Senate blocks NSA reform bill and Patriot Act extensions

    Richard Lawler
    22 May 2015 | 9:49 pm
    The USA Freedom Act aimed at addressing the NSA's bulk collecting of phone call metadata was approved by the House of Representatives ten days ago, but blocked by the Senate tonight (live video stream here). The Section 215 provisions of the Patriot ...
  • Researchers find Android factory reset faulty and reversible

    Mariella Moon
    22 May 2015 | 8:10 pm
    Android's factory reset function isn't as effective as we'd all like it to be, according to a team of Cambridge University researchers. The group estimates that as many as 500 to 630 million Android devices might not be capable of completely wiping t...
  • Amazon's 'Handmade' section takes aim at Etsy

    Timothy J. Seppala
    22 May 2015 | 6:26 pm
    There's a lot to love about Etsy -- it's one of the best places on the internet to find all sorts of stuff like minimalist Captain America prints or laser-cut Deathly Hallows earrings, but shipping windows are kind of a crapshoot. That could change b...
  • Meat your match with this Tinder-swiping steak

    Andrew Tarantola
    22 May 2015 | 5:31 pm
    Dating apps are often characterized as 21st century "meat markets" and, thanks to this Dutch art installation, Tinder's getting uncomfortably close the real thing. The piece, appropriately called Tender, was built by four students at Leiden Universit...
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  • TC AppleCast 16: MacBook Redux, iOS 9 And OS X 10.11

    Darrell Etherington,Greg Kumparak
    22 May 2015 | 2:16 pm
     This week we cover one noteworthy review of the new MacBook by Marco Arment, as well as iOS 9 and OS X 10.11 details. Apple is supposedly tidying up with both OS updates this year, and also making things more pleasant for older device owners, and that’s very good for Tim Cook’s favorite customer satisfaction metric. We also discuss the new $2,000 iMac, as well as the update for… Read More
  • CrunchWeek: Pebble’s Cash Crunch, Stripe Hits $5B, And NSA Reform’s Uncertain Future

    Alex Wilhelm,Kyle Russell,Colleen Taylor
    22 May 2015 | 2:00 pm
     Happy holiday Friday, team, and welcome to another episode of CrunchWeek. This time around, we remain camped out in the CrunchBase offices while TCHQ undergoes reconstructive surgery, Our own Kyle Russell, Colleen Taylor, and your modest supplicant sat down in broad red chairs to dig into Pebble’s reported cash woes, Stripe’s shiny new valuation, and just what is going on in the… Read More
  • This App Turns Your $600 Apple Watch Into A $20 Casio Calculator Watch

    Greg Kumparak
    22 May 2015 | 11:19 am
     Plenty of people have compared the Apple Watch to the classic Casio calculator watch; these guys went ahead and made the inevitable app. Meet GeekWatch — the app that turns your Apple Watch into an old-school calculator watch. Read More
  • Anker To Offer USB-C Cables, Hubs And Batteries For Your New MacBook

    Darrell Etherington
    22 May 2015 | 10:26 am
     Anker, the company that makes affordable, good-quality backup batteries and other accessories without the hefty price tag of some of its competitors, is answering the call of USB-C. To serve buyers of the new 12-inch MacBook and Chromebook Pixel (as well as countless future devices), the accessory-maker today unveiled a line of USB-C cables, adapters, hubs, backup batteries and more. Read More
  • The Aria Lets You Control Your Smart Watch Without Touching It

    Kyle Russell
    22 May 2015 | 9:57 am
     The Aria is an add-on band that measures movement in the wrist to control smart watches with finger gestures. Compatible with Android Wear and the Pebble Time, their module slots in to an existing band and lets you move through a watch’s interface without tapping the screen or using controls on the side of the watch face. Read More
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  • Man Hacks Starbucks Gift Card, Creates Money Out Of Thin Air

    Tyler Lee
    22 May 2015 | 7:33 pm
    Gift cards are handy if you don’t know what to buy someone. It can also be used like a prepaid system like iTunes Gift Cards where you can purchase a $50 card for yourself and limit your app purchases to that amount. However it seems that security research Egor Homakov has found a way to hack the Starbucks gift card to create unlimited amounts of money.According to Homakov (via Business Insider), he claims that this is done by exploiting a bug in payments software systems known as “race conditions”. There’s a bunch of code involved in explaining how this works, but basically it…
  • BlackBerry To Layoff Some Employees In Its Device Business

    Tyler Lee
    22 May 2015 | 7:33 pm
    blaWhile it is possible that BlackBerry could one day find themselves performing like how they used to in their glory days, it certainly does not look that way at the moment. In fact the company which is known for its handsets has recently announced that they will be laying off an undisclosed number of employees in their device division.The layoffs are part of the company’s strategy in which they will be refocusing their efforts towards the development of smartphone software and applications. It is also part of their goal to increase its margins which in turn will help to fuel its growth,…
  • Mad Max Meets Mario Kart In Hilarious Mashup

    Tyler Lee
    22 May 2015 | 7:32 pm
    If you love cars, racing, and just random acts of destruction, then Mad Max: Fury Road is a movie you’ll want to check out. Let’s not forget the movie also features a pretty impressive cast of actors and actresses, such as Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, and Nicholas Hoult. That being said YouTuber Kris Sundberg has decided that the trailer of the movie could use a rework, and that’s exactly what he did.Given that the trailer of the movie featured a lot of car chase scenes and cars being blown up, tossed in the air, and so on, Sundberg decided that a mashup with Nintendo’s Mario Kart was…
  • Amazon Handmade Wants To Take On Etsy

    Tyler Lee
    22 May 2015 | 6:45 pm
    Amazon is a great place to go if you’re looking for more mainstream commercial goods, but if you’re after some handcrafted or unique, then chances are you will turn to Etsy which plays host to a ton of independent artists who sells handmade goods on its website, ranging from fashion, to toys, to accessories for your smartphone, and so on.However according to a report from The Wall Street Journal, Amazon might be thinking of taking Etsy on with a new platform called Amazon Handmade. Apparently this is according to emails that Etsy sellers have been receiving from Amazon, inviting them to…
  • P.T. Recreated In Minecraft, Surprisingly Just As Scary

    Tyler Lee
    22 May 2015 | 6:43 pm
    As gamers might recall, a couple of weeks ago Konami took P.T. down from the PlayStation Store. The company also later confirmed that Silent Hills had been officially cancelled, but this does not mean that P.T. has to die off completely, does it? Well as it turns out it doesn’t as P.T. has been remade in none other than Minecraft.In the video above you can watch the folks at Eurogamer playthrough the Minecraft version of the game. Surprisingly despite the Minecraft version being more blocky and cartoony, there is still a rather scary element to it. Perhaps we’re just recalling the…
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  • Sprint’s HTC One E8 officially gets with the Lollipop program

    Adrian Diaconescu
    22 May 2015 | 11:00 am
    While nowhere near as handsome as its aluminum unibody M8 kin, the plastic-made HTC One E8 probably deserved more media attention and software love than it recently got. Admit it, you barely remembered the 5-inch 1,080p device when its international Lollipop promotion finally began last month. Now, it’s time for the 2014 “affordable flagship” to jump from Android 4.4 to 5.0… Continue reading Sprint’s HTC One E8 officially gets with the Lollipop program Related posts: Here comes Android 5.0 Lollipop for Sprint’s HTC One M8 HTC One E8, Desire Eye and Butterfly S start…
  • LG G4 headed for Verizon on June 4, official render suggests

    Adrian Diaconescu
    22 May 2015 | 8:10 am
    While T-Mobile chose to directly concede LG G4’s highly anticipated commercial launch date on the network, then got cold feet, suggesting the timeline isn’t entirely worked out yet, Verizon goes a more devious route to tease the 5.5-inch Android’s arrival. If you look closely on the leather-backed phone’s pre-registration Big Red web page, you can more »Continue reading LG G4 headed for Verizon on June 4, official render suggests Related posts: HTC One mini 2 headed for Verizon as One Remix, leaked photo suggests LG G4 expected in T-Mo stores June 2, all US buyers get a slew of…
  • Deal alert starting May 23: 64 GB Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge at 32 GB prices

    Adrian Diaconescu
    22 May 2015 | 8:04 am
    Samsung came so close to Android smartphone perfection with the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. So, so close! Just an extra microSD card slot, plus waterproof exterior, and the two would have reached otherworldly virtue. While the latter deficiency can be tackled at the microscopic cost of a $20 full-body rugged case from Supcase, the former is a… Continue reading Deal alert starting May 23: 64 GB Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge at 32 GB prices Related posts: Deal alert: Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 LTE and Galaxy Alpha on the cheap via eBay Deal alert: Factory unlocked Samsung Galaxy S6 at $630 on eBay Deal…
  • Smart Grids 101: Connectivity of the Future

    Kayla Matthews
    22 May 2015 | 7:57 am
    The Obama administration has included $3.5 billion in grid modernization in its budget for the 2016 fiscal year. On top of that, the smart grid IT market is expected to double by 2024 and the future for implementation of smart grid technology is all but certain, with cities like Austin, Chicago and Sacramento leading the way. Here’s a bit more about smart grids and how they could improve life as we know it: Smart Technologies – A Brief History The formal move toward an intelligent grid started in 2002, when the Electric Power Research Institute proposed a research project called…
  • Asus ZenWatch scores timely Android Wear 5.1.1 update

    Adrian Diaconescu
    22 May 2015 | 7:49 am
    Although it’s more or less meant to be the wrist-worn equivalent of Google’s smartphone and tablet-dedicated OS, Android Wear wasn’t drastically altered when it moved up to version 5.0, but it’s now in the process of a few important changes with build 5.1. Pre-loaded on the “luxury” LG Watch Urbane, the new software iteration should make its way across… Continue reading Asus ZenWatch scores timely Android Wear 5.1.1 update Related posts: Android Wear 5.0 Lollipop update detailed early, looking sweet as… lollipops Asus teases 7-day autonomous ZenWatch 2, lower-cost fitness…
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  • Spy Agencies Planned to Corrupt Google Play

    Richard Adhikari
    22 May 2015 | 7:30 am
    The United States and its leading Western allies, known as the "Five Eyes," reportedly planned to hack into smartphones through their links to Google and Samsung's app stores. They wanted to infect apps with spyware and find ways to send misinformation to targets, according to documents released to the media by National Security Agency whistle-blower Edward Snowden. The intelligence agencies also apparently began targeting the mobile browser UC Browser in late 2011, after discovering it leaked revealing details about its users.
  • Simplicity Linux Makes Good on Its Easy-Peasy Promise

    Jack M. Germain
    22 May 2015 | 5:00 am
    The latest edition of Simplicity Linux, version 15.4, recently became available for download. Simplicity Linux delivers just what its name suggests: It is a simpler way to run a fully powered Linux desktop on any computer you touch. Simplicity lets you carry your entire desktop, favorite installed applications, and complete collection of documents and files in your pocket everywhere you go. Other Linux distros let you do much the same thing -- but solutions like Puppy Linux, Porteus, Knoppix and such are a bit trickier to set up and configure.
  • DoT: Time to Get Serious About Car Talk

    Peter Suciu
    21 May 2015 | 1:42 pm
    United States Department of Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx recently called for accelerating the timetable to develop technology allowing communication between cars and highway infrastructures. Foxx directed the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration 1) to submit its proposal to require vehicle-to-vehicle communication in new vehicles by the end of this year rather than in 2016; and 2) to accelerate necessary testing to ensure that V2V and vehicle-to-infrastructure transmissions will be free from radio interference.
  • Apple Fiddles With MacBook Pro, iMac Features and Pricing

    John P. Mello Jr.
    21 May 2015 | 10:50 am
    Apple on Tuesday announced performance enhancements for the MacBook Pro and a new configuration and price changes for the iMac. The new 15-inch MacBook Pro with its Force Touch trackpad and improved flash storage, battery and graphics performance is available immediately online, starting at $1,999. The Force Touch trackpad first appeared in the latest 13-inch MacBook. It includes the taptic engine found in the Apple Watch, which provides tactile feedback for tasks.
  • Russia Aims to Build US-Free Mobile OS

    Jack M. Germain
    20 May 2015 | 4:29 pm
    Russia wants to develop alternatives to proprietary or partly closed mobile operating systems by using open source tools as a foundation, Minister of Telecom and Mass Communications Nikolay Nikiforov said last week. "Success would make a fairly significant impact on the go-to market plans of numerous IT vendors. We are seeing the beginnings of similar efforts in China, a market that has long been central to many vendors' future plans and hopes," said Charles King, principal analyst at Pund-IT.
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    Liquidmatrix Security Digest

  • 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.
  • RSA Parties 2015

    Dave Lewis
    14 Apr 2015 | 8:32 pm
    Nothing like waiting until the very last minute to post an RSA Parties 2015 list. Day jobs + kids = you get the idea. That being said, I’m happy to note that Akamai Technologies (my day job) will be hosting a party this year in conjunction with AT&T. Be sure to come out and meet @csoandy, @billbrenner70, @mckeay and myself @gattaca. Now, this is a simple curated RSA Parties 2015 list but, if you want the mother lode be sure to check out @RSAParties for the rest. If you really want to have your party listed just drop me a line via tips AT liquidmatrix DOT org. This table works…
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  • Sony to roll out Xperia Z4 globally starting next week?

    21 May 2015 | 11:50 pm
    Sony’s Xperia Z4 had a really low-profile launch […] You might also like: Sony Rolls Out Android 4.3 Jelly Bean Update for Xperia T, Xperia TX, Xperia V and Xperia SP Sony has just started rolling out an Android 4.3 Jelly... Sony Ericsson Xperia neo vs neo V, what’s the difference? The Sony Ericsson Xperia neo was a phone we saw... Watch out for Sony Ericsson’s Xperia ray, Xperia active and txt coming this quarter Despite the delay of the Xperia neo due to the...
  • LG outs mid-range G4 Stylus, G4c devices

    21 May 2015 | 11:49 pm
    Similar to last year, LG also unveiled two mid-range ve […] You might also like: LG to unveil four mid-range smartphones next week at MWC 2015 LG is expected to unveil four mid-range smartphones fro […]... LG G3 Stylus and LG G3 Beat gets local pricing in PH LG has just announced the pricing of the LG G3... Acer outs budget-friendly Iconia One 8, Tab 10 slates Acer has also revealed the Iconia One 8 and the...
  • SKK Mobile Skylark and Aura might be the cheapest phablets under Php3k

    21 May 2015 | 4:59 am
    After the introduction of the cheapest octa-core Lynx, […] You might also like: MyPhone launches RIO CRAZE Cheapest Dual Core Android KitKat Smartphone for Php 1,999 Aside from the MyPhone INFINITY LITE, MyPhone has also […]... SKK Mobile intros 3G-enabled Atom and Wave SKK Mobile introduced online the Atom and the Wave, two... Cherry Mobile ME, ME Fun to go on sale for 4 days Along with the Tegra Note 7, Local smartphone brand Che...
  • Lenovo A7000 goes on sale today at Lazada

    20 May 2015 | 8:10 pm
    Lenovo’s bang-for-the-buck multimedia smartphone, […] You might also like: Five features that can make a Lenovo A7000 stand out Lenovo’s lemon-clad A7000 smartphone is said to be land […]... Lenovo A7000 priced at Php 7,390 in PH Lenovo today officially launched the Lenovo A7000 in th […]... Lenovo launches Tab 2 A8 and A10-70 Lenovo announced two new tablets at MWC bearing Dolby’s […]...
  • Lazada holds four-day #BigAppSale on Android, iOS

    20 May 2015 | 8:10 pm
    E-commerce website Lazada touts to hold another big sal […] You might also like: Lazada 11-11 Online Revolution, Biggest Sale of the Year on November 11 Watch out for the biggest sale of the year happening... Lazada Philippines’ 3rd Anniversary Sale on March 24-26 Launched in 5 markets including Indonesia, Malaysia, Vi […]... Get up to 88% discount on’s Chinese New Year Kick-Off Sale this January 27 Another BIG sale is about to happen next week. With the...
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  • 5 of the best new iPhone games

    Diane Shipley
    22 May 2015 | 3:05 am
    There's a whole world of mobile gaming out there, and if you download something new, you never know, you just might like it. Here's our pick of five of the best new iPhone games so you can shake things up... The post 5 of the best new iPhone games appeared first on ShinyShiny.
  • 9 of the best sleeves and cases for the iPad Air 2: part two

    Lauren Bravo
    21 May 2015 | 1:04 am
    From sleek sleeves and stylish covers to the tablet equivalent of an ex-marines bodyguard, here are the best cases to protect your iPad Air 2... The post 9 of the best sleeves and cases for the iPad Air 2: part two appeared first on ShinyShiny.
  • 9 of the best sleeves and cases for the iPad Air 2: part one

    Lauren Bravo
    21 May 2015 | 1:03 am
    From sleek sleeves and stylish covers to the tablet equivalent of an ex-marines bodyguard, here are the best cases to protect your iPad Air 2... The post 9 of the best sleeves and cases for the iPad Air 2: part one appeared first on ShinyShiny.
  • 5 of the best iPad photo editing apps

    Diane Shipley
    19 May 2015 | 1:18 am
    If you want a little more than the basic crop/straighten/rotate, you're going to want to check out our list of five of the best iPad photo editing apps around, for anything from creating professional effects to ensuring your Instagram game is on point... The post 5 of the best iPad photo editing apps appeared first on ShinyShiny.
  • 5 great reasons to not buy an Apple Watch

    Diane Shipley
    18 May 2015 | 6:31 am
    If you're vaguely interested in the Apple Watch yet not sure whether it's the best use of your money, allow us to play devil's advocate and offer up five great reasons to not buy an iWatch, despite the hype... The post 5 great reasons to not buy an Apple Watch appeared first on ShinyShiny.
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    Tech Digest

  • ALCATEL ONETOUCH launches entry level PIXI 3 (3.5) in the UK

    Chris Price
    22 May 2015 | 8:07 am
    ALCATEL ONETOUCH has announced the UK release of the smallest smartphone in the third generation of its PIXI family, the PIXI 3 (3.5). Aimed at the first time smartphone user, the PIXI 3 (3.5) features a 3.5inch display, runs on the Android Kitkat operating system and features a 2 megapixel camera. It is pre-loaded with popular apps such as Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter and graphic filters plus photo editors. The compact PIXI 3 (3.5) offers a dual core processor and 3G internet access, with a micro SD card slot, to enable up to 32MB of storage. The PIXI 3 (3.5) also permits its principal user…
  • Sphero launches Darkside connected toy – Ollie’s mischievous alter-ego!

    Chris Price
    22 May 2015 | 6:56 am
    Connected toy company Sphero has announced its latest toy Darkside is now available on Firebox for £99.99. Billed as mischievous alter-ego of Ollie, which launched last Autumn, Darkside is the first toy in the Sphero family designed with a personality and brought to life through the app experience and physical toy animations. The user becomes acquainted with these new behaviours through Darkside’s defiant retorts beginning with the initial “naming” process and again through mischievous autonomous behavior during play. Says Rob Maigret of Sphero: “The new Darkside experience we’ve…
  • Yota Phone 2 is world’s first dual screen smartphone and e-reader

    Chris Price
    22 May 2015 | 3:23 am
    Mobile phone company Yota has developed what it’s claiming is the world’s first dual-screen always-on smartphone. Combining the features of a premium Android smartphone with the benefits of an Electronic Paper Display so you don’t have to carry two devices around with you, the Yota Phone 2 has, at the time of writing, attracted over $176,000 of its initial $50,000 funding target on crowdfunding website Indiegogo. The advantage of an Electronic Paper Display is that it consumes less energy than a standard LCD display – Yota claims five days’ reading on a single…
  • Optoma unveils ultra short throw projectors for big pictures in small rooms

    Chris Price
    21 May 2015 | 7:23 am
    Available in 1080p and WXGA resolution Interactive and standard models available Fast and simple set-up – preassembled wall mount and auto calibration Super bright lumens 16W built-in speaker Large images from a short distance Multiple connections including two HDMI inputs, RJ45 control and monitoring Optoma has unveiled a new range of super bright, ultra short throw projectors, featuring both interactive and non-interactive models at 4,000 lumens. The range includes the company’s first ever 1080p ultra short throw projectors, EH320UST (pictured above) and EH320USTi and WXGA resolution…
  • Happy Birthday PAC-MAN – he’s 35 tomorrow

    Chris Price
    21 May 2015 | 7:07 am
    Amazingly it’s 35 years tomorrow since arcade game Pac-man was unleashed on the world in an arcade game developed by Namco and first released in Japan on May 22, 1980. That makes him the same age as Kim Kardashian West, Ryan Gosling, Channing Tatum and Kelly Brook.  And of course like most things it seems the little yellow man is being reprised – looking somewhat different/unrecognisable – in a movie role in Sony Pictures film, Pixels (se below). To celebrate here are five facts about Pac-Man you can bore your friends with: 1. The design of the iconic Pac-Man character is…
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    Gear Live

  • 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…
  • Apple releases iPhone Lightning Dock

    Andru Edwards
    19 May 2015 | 8:35 am
    Apple has just released the new iPhone Lightning Dock, an accessory that will allow you to easily charge an Lightning port-equipped iPhone from a vertical base. The device supports the newest iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, as well as the iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, and iPhone 5s. The iPod touch 5th generation is also compatible. As you can see in the image above, this is simply a Lightning connected that is rising up out of the base, which leads us to believe that this should easily support future models as well. The iPhone Lightning Dock is powered by your own Lightnint to USB cable, and also has a…
  • Good deal: AT&T selling Mophie Juice Packs for $10 off

    Andru Edwards
    18 May 2015 | 11:20 am
    If you're finding that the battery in your iPhone isn't quite lasting for as long as you'd like it to, then it would be a good idea to consider picking up a battery case. We've always been fans of Mophie battery cases here at Gear Live, and if you're in the market for one, you might want to stop by your local AT&T retail location. Between now and May 28th, AT&T is offering a $10 discount on all Mophie battery cases, which results in your getting a top-notch external battery at a rare discount. Remember, this is in retail stores, so you'll wanna use the AT&T…
  • Netflix will make you salivate with Chef’s Table [Trailer]

    Andru Edwards
    12 Apr 2015 | 3:21 pm
    Netflix has announced that it's new docu-series Chef's Table will be debuting as a six-part series and will land on the popular streaming service on April 26th. Chef's Table focuses on six world-renowned chefs, and show them each doing what they do best - making amazing food that is eloquently plated. Here's a list of the chefs that will appear, and the restaurants they represent: Ben Shewry Attica Restaurant in Melbourne, Australia Magnus Nilsson Fäviken in Järpen Sweden Francis Mallmann El Restaurante Patagonia Sur in Buenos Aires, Argentina Niki…
  • Tesla introduces Model S 70D as its new entry level vehicle

    Andru Edwards
    12 Apr 2015 | 3:07 pm
    Tesla has removed the underperforming (sales-wise) Model S 60 entry level vehicle from its lineup, and has replaced it with a new, more powerful base model that it’s called the Model S 70D. The new Tesla Model S 70D bring with it a dual-motor all wheel drive feature that packs a 329 horsepower punch, as compared to 302hp offered by the departing Model S 60. The allows the Model S 70D to go from 0-to-60 MPH in 5.2 seconds with a top speed of 140 MPH. Access to the Tesla Supercharger network is now included, a perk that Model S 60 customer had to pay extra for. Same goes for a bunch of…
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  • HDMI Streaming Media Player Dongle, Teewe 2 available for Pre-order starting today!

    19 May 2015 | 1:42 am
    Mango Man Consumer Electronics announced the launch of Teewe 2, the upgraded version of their HDMI media streaming dongle. The Teewe 2 is 30% smallerin size compared to the Teewe 1, enabling it to get adjusted in the trickiest of spots; Premium Wi-Fi chip with an internal antenna for seamless uninterrupted streaming. The device also has a Detachable Power Adapter and Cable for additional flexibility and easy set up. The Quad core GPU also helps for smooth streaming with enhanced performance. The Teewe 2 contains a Dual Core ARM Cortex A9 Processor with a Quad core GPU for High…
  • Nokia marked its 150th Anniversary; An overview of the Journey!

    12 May 2015 | 2:30 am
    Nokia today marked its 150th anniversary with employee celebrations around the world, the perfect way to reflect on the remarkable history of a company on the cusp of a major transformation aimed at unlocking the opportunities of the Programmable World. From Espoo to Beijing, Bangalore to Buenos Aires, employees gathered to toast a company which began as a pulp mill in southwestern Finland in the 19th century, rose to global prominence thanks to its prescience and prowess in mobility, and now has set its sights on the human possibilities of a connected world. “Today is a moment for all…
  • Indian Railways schedules avaiable on Google Maps Transit

    11 May 2015 | 11:53 pm
    Google today announced the addition of Indian Railways schedules as well as updated public transport information for eight Indian cities to Google Transit. Google Transit, a feature in Google Maps which helps you plan your public transport trips quickly and easily, is available on Google Maps on your Android or iOS device, as well as on desktop. Today’s update will now allow you to see information for 12,000 trains, as well updated details for bus and metro routes from Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi and Pune. To plan a trip with Google Transit, you…
  • Microsoft launches Azure App Service

    1 Apr 2015 | 4:56 am
    Microsoft reveals a new service for its Azure cloud computing platform and infrastructure in the form of an app that allows developers to create mobile and web apps for any device and platform. The new service’s aim is to offer developers a wide range of operating systems and computer languages within Microsoft’s cloud. “In a mobile first, cloud first world, companies need to ensure their customers, partners, and employees are able to seamlessly connect with and consume data across anywhere and on any device, wrote Bill Staples, the Vice President for App Platform at Microsoft Azure, on…
  • Microsoft launched Lumia 532 and Lumia 435 Today

    20 Feb 2015 | 9:26 am
    Microsoft today launched its two most affordable Lumia devices till date, the Microsoft Lumia 532 and Microsoft Lumia 435. With a great 5MP camera, premium layered design, Glance screen, front facing camera, 1GB Ram and more memory, Lumia 532 enables people to achieve their goals and accomplish more with the best of Microsoft’s experiences. The Lumia 435 is the first 400 series Lumia and the most affordable Lumia yet. Lumia 532 and Lumia 435 deliver competitive hardware alongside innovative software that will continue to receive the very latest updates and enhancements, keeping users…
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    OLED Info

  • India's IIT Madras aims to help establish a low-cost OLED production industry in India

    Ron Mertens
    23 May 2015 | 12:24 am
    According to India Times, the Indian Institute of Technology in Madras is seeking government funding to start a project to develop low-cost OLED production processes. The IIT estimate the project at Rs500 million (about $78 million).The researchers at the IIT are looking at two technologies: a new patterning technology, and a silicon based substrate that will enable to integrate the backplane into the substrate and so lower costs.Read more about India's IIT Madras aims to help establish a low-cost OLED production industry in India
  • Digitimes: Samsung and LG's 2015 OLED capex to be slightly lower than in 2014

    Ron Mertens
    22 May 2015 | 10:14 pm
    According to Digitimes Research, the combined AMOLED investments of LG Display and Samsung Display will be slightly lower in 2015 than it was in 2014 and will reach KRW6.7 trillion ($6.6 billion) - down from KRW7 trillion ($6.9 billion).SDC's investments will go towards expanding AMOLED capacity, as it aims to introduce AMOLED panels into more mid-range devices and wearables. SDC will also increase its flexible AMOLED capacity. Read more about Digitimes: Samsung and LG's 2015 OLED capex to be slightly lower than in 2014
  • DisplaySearch: The AMOLED market will grow 44% in 2015, to reach 260 million panels

    Ron Mertens
    22 May 2015 | 12:44 am
    DisplaySearch says that they see an increase in high-end small/medium displays shipments in 2015. AMOLED displays, in particular, will grow 44% to reach 260 million units (up from around 200 million in both 2013 and 2014). The growth trend is expected to accelerate starting in 2016.DisplaySearch says that this is mostly dues to increased high-end smartphone shipments - but AMOLED displays for the wearable market will also see increased shipments. Apple alone will probably buy over 10 million flexible AMOLED panels (produced by LG Display).Read more about DisplaySearch: The AMOLED market will…
  • LG promises HDR firmware upgrade to the EG9600 OLED TVs soon

    Ron Mertens
    21 May 2015 | 3:20 am
    A couple of months ago, LG said that they aim to unveil HDR OLED TVs in Q3 2015 - with a higher brightness compared to regular OLED TVs. Now LG says that their new EG9600 OLED TVs will soon be getting HDR support - via a firmware upgrade.LG did not disclose when this will happen exactly - but they will release the upgrade "once technical specifications for HDR are finalized".Read more about LG promises HDR firmware upgrade to the EG9600 OLED TVs soon
  • LG Display demonstrates 0.97 mm thick 55" flat OLED TV panels

    Ron Mertens
    19 May 2015 | 12:33 am
    Maybe in response to analysts doubting the future of OLED TVs, LG Display held a showcase today in Korea with its latest OLED TV prototypes. So first of all, the company unveiled a new 0.97 mm thick 55" flat OLED panel, that virtually "sticks to the wall" using magnets. The OLED panel itself weighs only 1.9 Kg.LG Display also demonstrated a convex OLED panel - that will mainly be used for digital signage for large-scale outdoor advertising (this is not a new idea, Panasonic demonstrated similar panels last year). Finally, LG revealed plans to release a large 99" TV within the year.Read more…
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  • 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…
  • Keysight Technologies to launch an STT-MRAM test solution product developed in collaboration with Tohoku and the CIES

    17 Mar 2015 | 7:44 am
    Keysight Technologies announced it will launch STT-MRAM test solution products, developed in collaboration with Tohoku University and the Center for Innovative Integrated Electronic System (CIES).Keysight says that they aim to release the test solution in early 2016. This will address "various challenges in industry".Source: Tohoku University
  • E2v launches a 32Mb stacked-package MRAM device

    12 Mar 2015 | 1:02 am
    e2v announced a new stacked-package 32Mb MRAM device, the EV5A16B that includes two 16Mb MRAM chips (made by Everspin of course) in a 54-pins TSOP. The new device is available in commercial (0 to 70 degrees Celsius) and industrial (-40 to 85 degrees Celsius) temperature ranges. The EV5A16B offers SRAM-compatible, 35-ns read/write timing with data retention and endurance and targeted for microprocessors, DSP, storage systems, instruments, and FPGAs. The EV5A16B is available now.
  • Toshiba shows a new STT-MRAM test chip that consumes about 80% less power than SRAM memory

    6 Mar 2015 | 9:48 pm
    Toshiba presented a new STT-MRAM 1-Mb test chip that provides speed performance capable of 3.3-ns access to in-cache memory. The newly developed circuit consumes about 80% less power compared to a conventional SRAM as embedded memory - and Toshiba says that this makes it the best power-performing embedded memory. To make this chip, Toshiba developed a new class of magnetic materials, that enabled them to build this low-power, high-efficiency, high-speed performance in energy-efficient magnetic tunnel junction (MTJ) memory. The circuit was designed for sub-100-ns high-speed power shutoff and…
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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

  • “Files Aren’t Properly Encrypted on Cloud Storage Services”

    Will Schmidt
    22 May 2015 | 7:00 pm
    According to the team at Cloud Labs Kft, trusted big name brands have left many people vulnerable with their lack of strong encryption practices. Existing cloud storage platforms either store user information without any encryption, or they store account logins, passwords, and encryption keys for data right on their own servers. It bothered the team so much so that they went out and built their own solution in Cloudifile, which was recently launched into beta for iOS. The platform they built automatically encrypts data for secure cloud-sharing and local file storage. Currently, the company…
  • Webby Awards Partnered with Notegraphy for 5-Word Speeches

    Kristin Pryor
    22 May 2015 | 6:00 pm
    Who doesn’t like hearing about a beautiful partnership? This one is between an awards show that celebrates the internet, and a platform that is changing how individuals and brands interact and engage across the internet. As you likely know, the 19th annual Webby Awards took place on May 18th. Touted by the New York Times as the “internet’s highest honor,” the Webby Awards honor excellence in categories such as websites & mobile sites and apps, interactive advertising and media, online film and media, and social. There were over 13,000 entries in 2015 and winners…
  • Governor Selected to Participate at SXSW V2V in July

    Will Schmidt
    22 May 2015 | 5:00 pm
    SXSW is an awesome time, but it only comes once a year. The next best thing we get to it is the SXSW V2V that happens in Las Vegas every summer – this year it’ll take place from July 19 to 22. This is an amazing event for startups to get involved with, and it was announced today that Dallas-based Governor has officially been selected for a spot in the Startup Spotlight at SXSW V2V this year. They were selected from thousands of applicants, and they’ll be presenting alongside only 15 other startups. “We’re extremely excited to showcase at an event that specifically highlights…
  • “Photographers are Going to Love this Bag”

    Will Schmidt
    22 May 2015 | 4:00 pm
    There’s 36 days left on the clock for Jacob Durham’s Kickstarter campaign to fund the Tekniq Camera Bag, but already he’s raised $23,377 of his overall $50,000 goal. That’s because, as he says, Tekniq is an innovative breath of fresh air for a crowded and basic camera bag market. Durham designed the camera bag to be modular, which allows for easy transformation between different types of bags. You can go from backpack, to mid-sized sling bag, all the way to small-sized shoulder bag with little to no effort. “There is nothing like it on the market, and with the value of getting three…
  • How Secure is Your Hardware, Actually?

    Will Schmidt
    22 May 2015 | 3:00 pm
    Having a connected home is super cool, and it’s absolutely the way our society is trending these days. Before we know it the home will be filled with devices that fuel your personal Internet of Things (IoT), down to your refrigerator. There are some out there who would look at this set up and, instead of a cool kitchen, would see a world of vulnerabilities and potential exploits. Now, I’ve never been one to subscribe to fear mongering, but I am all about pragmatism. These IoT devices absolutely have security vulnerabilities, and that’s something that can’t be ignored. The…
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  • Avoid Financial Shock By Adjusting To Your Unexpected Pay Reduction

    3 May 2015 | 3:24 pm
    Nearly everyone these days can be put at risk of having their hours or pay cut. Smaller paychecks can be enough to throw families into financial shock, but luckily there are things you can do to survive this type of economic emergency. Follow these five steps and you can survive this stressful interruption to your normal paycheck! Give up on your own spending patterns. Sorry, but you’re going to need to scale back on some of your big luxury expenses (gym memberships, shopping sprees) until you build a big enough financial cushion to afford them again. Get rid of unnecessary expenses…
  • Financial Tips For Women Hoping To Retire Someday

    2 May 2015 | 3:39 pm
    The sad truth remains that women earn less over their lifetime than men, which means they also typically have less saved for retirement. This is made all the more unfortunate by the fact that women also live longer than men, so their limited savings needs to last even longer! A 2012 Government Accountability Office report revealed that a startling 12 percent of women age 65 and older are living in poverty. If you don’t want to be a part of that statistic, start boosting your savings now and protecting your finances so you’ll be able to live comfortably after retirement! Start…
  • The US’ Six Biggest Technology Firms Work Together To Fight For NSA Transparency

    28 Apr 2015 | 3:57 pm
    A recent report from the Washington Post, which cited documents obtained from former NSA contractor Edward Snowden and interviews with officials, revealed that the National Security Agency sends millions of records every day from Yahoo and Google’s internal networks to data warehouses at the agency’s Fort Meade headquarters, and that in the last 30 days, field collectors had processed and sent back more than 180 million new records. These revelations unsurprisingly outraged big tech, and triggered legal questions over whether or not the NSA is violating federal wiretap laws.
  • How To Turn Walls Into WhiteBoards

    David Heyerman
    19 Apr 2015 | 2:27 pm
    Whether it’s in the office or your child’s bedroom, dry-erase paint by WhiteyBoard is an awesome way to spark creativity, keep track of tasks or to-dos or just be a bit silly. It won’t break the bank and it will impress your friends too.  Here are just a few fun and functional ideas. Turn a wall into a surface for workflow or brainstorming sessions in the office or a center for fun activities in a kid’s room. Paint the doors to your kids’ bedrooms to post reminders, chores or loving notes of encouragement. Make the toy chest just as fun as the things inside it.
  • Coming Up With The Idea That’ll Help Your Startup Get Off The Ground

    11 Apr 2015 | 10:05 pm
    If you’re hoping to get your startup off the ground, the best thing you can do is come up with one great idea. Unfortunately, that’s not quite as easy as it sounds. If you need a little help figuring out how to come up with an idea that will help your business become profitable, just follow these tips! Identify your target customer. Is there a particular customer segment that you already have a relationship with or that you enjoy working with? Start off figuring out which market you’d enjoy working with and selling to, and then come up with an idea that would provide those…
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    Softpedia News > Technology & Gadgets

  • AMD Outs Catalyst 15.101.1001 for Its Radeon Embedded GPUs and APUs - Update Now

    Softpedia News (Iulian Pascal)
    22 May 2015 | 11:49 pm
    Today, AMD has made available its 15.101.1001 WHQL Catalyst Graphics package developed for Radeon Embedded GPU and APU products, which is compatible with Microsoft’s Windows 7 and 8.1 operating systems, both 32- and 64-bit variants. Bear in mind that, even though other platforms might also be compatible, it isn’t recommended that you try installing the driver on OSes other than the aforementioned ones. When it comes to the valid processing units, this update will work on... (read more)
  • Nikon’s COOLPIX P7000 and S4200 Cameras Receive Firmware 1.2 - Update Now

    Softpedia News (Iulian Pascal)
    22 May 2015 | 11:06 pm
    Nikon has announced the availability of a new firmware package compatible with its COOLPIX P7000 and S4200 compact cameras, namely version 1.2, which fixes various operability bugs and also improves performance. Specifically speaking, while the COOLPIX S4200 unit only gets workarounds for a bug that prevented the camera from powering on or didn’t allow it to work (in the event it turned on), the COOLPIX P7000 device receives many more changes. The latter product can now ... (read more)
  • NVIDIA 353.00 Hotfix Available for Notebooks, Fixes Regression That Prevented Overclocking

    Softpedia News (Iulian Pascal)
    22 May 2015 | 11:02 pm
    NVIDIA has just outed a new GeForce Hotfix package targeted only at notebook configurations, namely version 353.00, which resolves the regression that prevented some GeForce notebooks from overclocking their GPU. Bear in mind that this release is only targeted at GeForce notebooks running one of Microsoft’s Windows Vista, 7, 8, or 8.1 operating systems, either 32- or 64-bit variants. Desktop devices aren’t affected by any issues whatsoever. Therefore, if your device has ... (read more)
  • Firmware Is Available for NETGEAR’s M4100 Switch Models

    Softpedia News (Iulian Pascal)
    22 May 2015 | 12:30 am
    NETGEAR has just made available a new firmware package compatible with all of its M4100 switch models, namely version, which includes support for standard VLAN trunking port mode and RSPAN feature (Remote Mirroring). In addition to that, this update also allows owners to configure the default settings of their device as needed, installs the PoE firmware, and adds a few other changes that you can view using the Release Notes button below. When it comes t... (read more)
  • Microsoft Surface Pro 2 and Pro 3 Receive May Firmware Update - Download Links Available

    Softpedia News (Iulian Pascal)
    21 May 2015 | 11:38 pm
    Microsoft has rolled out its May software and drivers pack developed for Surface Pro 2 and Pro 3 tablets, which update the HD Graphics Family driver to version thus improving graphics performance and Miracast wireless display support. In addition to that, this release applies the display audio driver that enhances audio experience and includes compatibility with the newly-updated graphics chipset. Moreover, due to this new graphics driver, Micr... (read more)
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    Techvibes Global News

  • Hootsuite's Ryan Holmes Named Entrepreneur of the Year Award by CVCA

    22 May 2015 | 8:40 pm
    From May 19-21, the Canadian Venture Capital and Private Equity Association held its Annual Conference at the Westin Bayshore Hotel in Vancouver, bringing together panels and keynote speakers discussing topics on the theme of Capitalizing on Change: Uncertainty & Opportunity in Canada’s Shifting Economy. The CVCA is the voice of Canada’s venture capital and private equity industry, with the mission of broadening industry awareness through market research, professional development, and networking opportunities. Hootsuite Founder and CEO Ryan Holmes received the…
  • Is the University of Waterloo Better than Stanford?

    22 May 2015 | 8:19 pm
    Frank Bruni recently penned an Op Ed in the New York Times titled How to Survive the College Admissions Madness. Bruni tells the story of a handful of American high school grads and their quest to attend the college of their dreams. While researching his piece Bruni spoke with Sam Altman, the president of Y Combinator, one of the best-known providers of seed money for tech startups. Bruni asked him if any one school stood out in terms of students and graduates whose ideas took off. “Yes,” Altman responded. Bruni was prepared to hear Altman tout his alma mater Stanford. After all…
  • Room for Optimism in Assessing the Future of Venture Capital in Canada

    22 May 2015 | 8:19 pm
    With venture capital funding reaching record levels in 2014 and the dawn of an entrepreneurial renaissance, Canada’s robust technology industry appears to be as strong as ever.  However, despite this growth, average deal sizes in Canada have remained relatively small.  Canada’s average round size of $4 million in the first quarter of this year ranked last among the world’s top ten nations by number of venture capital financing deals. The truth is that early stage companies are still facing a tough market and the optimism in recent years surrounding the big-dollar…
  • How to Become an Award-Winning Startup Without Funding in 10 Simple Steps

    22 May 2015 | 8:19 pm
    When you’re starting a new business, the first thing everyone tells you is that you’ll need a lot of money. This is not necessarily true. Personally, yes - unless you want to live on ramen, you’ll need at least a year of savings. If you have a family and a mortgage, then prepare for considerable stress as you bootstrap your way to success. But for your business, money is not as important as most people say. After placing in the NextBC Top 5 Innovative Digital Media Companies, I’ve been reflecting on how we managed to take Tradable Bits so far, so fast, all without…
  • GreenSoil Launches Building Innovation Fund with $25 Million

    22 May 2015 | 7:47 am
    GreenSoil Investments has announced the launch of its third fund, the GreenSoil Building Innovation Fund (GBIF), with an initial close of US $25 million. Led by a team of real estate investors and owners, experienced investment professionals, and green building experts, GBIF will invest in companies that generate returns for real estate owners, operators, and developers through innovation, smart resource utilization, and efficiency improvements. GBIF will seek to enable portfolio companies to accelerate sales by providing industry expertise and access to a diverse network of leading real…
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  • Keeping busy in your off-time
    5 May 2015 | 3:30 pm
    CIO, Helping homeless pets… One Vet at a time 1700_ - Here at C-Level @ A Mile High, we met, Teri Angel Burley, officially representing Budget Management Institute where she is a volunteer teaching others how to be project managers. Teri helps with the certification program - and she also helps veterans to become project managers as well as being acclimated back to civilian life . Teri, also a veteran said, "I try to keep busy in my off-time, and I'm all about giving back time. I like to volunteer and I'm on lots of boards, and I look forward to getting further involved with…
  • Burgers online
    5 May 2015 | 4:17 am
    Business transformation teams focus 1701_ - Evan Eakin is Red Robin Gourmet Burgers vice president of information technology. As part of that, "we're interested in driving change at Red Robin. I certainly own the technology part of that. Friends and colleagues in our Business Transformation Group focus on program management. And then also in our Operations Services arm, which in our business is about driving change in our restaurants. We have 400 corporate restaurants, across about 44 states in the U.S. and Canada, with about 28,000 team members that we've got to be able to…
  • Un-Workshops preceed sticky conference
    4 May 2015 | 3:41 pm
    Important Trends in technology 1706_ If you’re a developer, Gluecon is your conference. So, be in touch and, get involved. We talked with Eric Norlin who is very pleased to announce that for the second year in a row, Gluecon will be having the API Strategy and Practice Tech Un-Workshops on May 19th (the day before Gluecon starts). These workshops are discussion-focused groups divided into two tracks — organized by the wonderful Kin Lane and Steven Willmott. The two tracks are “API Definitions, Design, and The API Lifecycle,” and, “The Data Exhaust From The Internet of Things.” The…
  • The Internet of Things
    4 May 2015 | 5:10 am
    Islands of Data - connected, working together 1699_ As the C-Level @ A Mile High Live Auction begins, we are talking with Mark Geene, Founder & CEO of Cloud Elements. Since our last visit with Mark, a lot has happened. Mark tells us they've raised their first round of venture capital, added about 30 people to their company and moved into a new space down near Coors Field, in the building called 'Industry' - we're growing like crazy, and about a few hundred customers later. We are making it easier to make all the cloud services and applications that companies use, to…
  • CIO is asking for high-bred solutions
    3 May 2015 | 1:10 pm
    CIOs asking for high-bred solution 1698_ - We are talking with Bill Heuston, Director of Sales at Viawest. Bill has been with Viawest for the past 14 years and says it has been a wonderful journey. "… when I started it was like $6M in revenue and now we're over $200M in revenue. The next goal is to be a $500M-a-year-company..." Larry asked Bill what he's seeing in this high, almost frenetic growth, industry. "The enterprise space, the CIO is asking for high-bred solutions. So, there are so many defragmented cloud options with Amazon and Azure and Rackspace. But…
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  • Global Streaming Video Subscriptions Will Triple By 2019

    Bree Brouwer
    22 May 2015 | 3:15 pm
    Juniper Research has some new findings which support the ever-growing popularity of video streaming services. The UK-based mobile and online research firm believes that by 2019, the number of global streaming video subscriptions will triple to reach 332.2 million accounts. In its recent study, Juniper notes how the 332.2 million global subscriptions is a significant jump from 2014’s 92.1 million video service subscriptions. The total revenue generated from these subscriptions accounts will hit almost $32 billion by 2019, up from 2014’s nearly $8 billion. The research firm also…
  • Twitch Now Boasts Video-On-Demand Playback For Mobile Apps

    Bree Brouwer
    22 May 2015 | 1:37 pm
    Twitch has just made it easier to watch recorded streaming content on the go. Twitch’s app users are now able to watch video-on-demand streams and highlights via their iOs or Android devices. Twitch partners and channel owners who have enabled HTTP live streaming will have past video-on-demand content for Twitch’s app users to watch. These mobile users can find all viewable on-demand content through a channel’s Activity Feed. If app users are watching a channel’s live stream, they can click the Activity Feed button in the streaming player. Alternatively, app users can find on-demand…
  • Healthcare Clinic Uses YouTube Pre-Roll Ads To Stop Everything Viral, Even Videos

    Bree Brouwer
    22 May 2015 | 1:08 pm
    MedExpress had a bit of fun with semantics in its latest round of YouTube pre-roll ads. The healthcare clinic just launched an “anti-viral” series of ads the company hopes are so boring, they’ll actually prevent the videos which come afterwards from going viral. Created by ad agency Fitzgerald & Co, MedExpress’s anti-viral campaign loosely plays with the various meanings of viral. As a healthcare clinic, MedExpress’s goal is to stop infections and diseases from spreading among the U.S. population. And while “going viral” online is actually a good thing, MedExpress decided to…
  • Indie Spotlight: ‘Towncar Willie’ Drives An Uber Across The Apocalypse

    Sam Gutelle
    22 May 2015 | 12:28 pm
    We receive a ton of tips every day from independent creators, unaffiliated with any major motion picture studios, television networks, new media studios, or other well-funded online video entities. The Indie Spotlight is where we’ll write about and shout out to a select few of them and bring you up to speed on the great (and sometimes not-so-great) attention-grabbing series you probably haven’t heard about until now.  Read previous installments here.  Even after the apocalypse strikes, Los Angeles will still need Uber drivers, and a recent web series provides a look at what ride…
  • Netflix Releases Summer Camp Photos For ‘Wet Hot American Summer’ Series

    Bree Brouwer
    22 May 2015 | 10:01 am
    Netflix is teasing Wet Hot American Summer fans with some new images. The streaming platform has released photos from its upcoming original series, set for premiere on July 31, 2015. Netflix’s Wet Hot American Summer is the eight-episode sequel to the 2001 film of the same name (that is way better than its 31% rating on Rotten Tomatoes). While the movie told the story of the last day of summer camp at Camp Firewood in 1981, Netflix’s original series will cover the first day. Wet Hot American Summer stars the majority of the original film’s cast members, who are now basically all big-wig…
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  • Church Tech Snack Pack #073

    Eric Dye
    22 May 2015 | 9:00 am
    Grab your favorite beverage. Pull-up a chair. It’s time for your weekly Church tech snack pack: Setting an example is not the main means of influencing others; it is the only means. – Albert Einstein — Matt McKee (@mattmckee) May 20, 2015 The Productive Pastor Handbook: A Guide to Getting More Important Stuff Done BOOM! An awesome new ebook from ChurchMag Press—also a giveaway! Branding Beyond The Logo Great thoughts on church logos and branding. Microsoft looks to be building a new light-weight email app called Flow This is getting interesting… The Top 2 Reasons…
  • When Cartoons Start the Faith Conversation

    Kendall Lyons
    22 May 2015 | 7:00 am
    During my childhood, Sonic the Hedgehog challenged me on the issue of where my confidence rested. During college, Timmy Turner of “The Fairly OddParents” showed me that not everything you wish and desire for your life is necessarily beneficial. During my late 20’s, Dipper Pines of “Gravity Falls” challenged me on the topic of Manhood. And during my early 30’s, Ed Elric of “Fullmetal Alchemist” showed me what happens when you try to play the role of God in certain areas of your life. Each character and each series played a role in making me…
  • 3 Awesome Reading Apps for Web Content

    Ana Avila
    21 May 2015 | 11:00 am
    If you are anything like me, you love reading articles online. I mean, I enjoy learning everyday, and the idea of having the experience and insight of millions of people sharing their expertise on the internet it is very exciting.  But I am also aware that there is tons and tons of content that I don’t really care about. So, how do I approach this massive sea of information everyday? I mostly get around with these three apps. Let me share them with you. The One You Spend Your Free Time On The first app is called Something, and it is designed for your phone. I don’t really care about…
  • UnProgrammed: 03 Ask For Help When You Don’t Know

    Jeremy Smith
    21 May 2015 | 9:00 am
    There is a theorem in Computer Science called “Ask An Expert,” which unlike other theorems that rely on algorithms and experiments, this one simply relies on focusing on finding the answer instead of trying to figure it out. My experience with church tech social media groups and forums is that we love to talk, but can’t stand to ask and listen. I wonder if we could do this better? [Video via YouTube] How do you ensure that you are learning from others on a consistent basis? UnProgrammed: 03 Ask For Help When You Don’t Know first appeared on ChurchMag and is sponsored…
  • History of Nintendo and the Church

    Jared Massey
    21 May 2015 | 7:00 am
    Few companies have achieved brand recognition and market penetration like Nintendo. They are one of a few companies whose name has become synonymous with the product they create. It is not uncommon for my parents to refer to any video game system as a Nintendo, regardless of the actual system they are referring to. Yet, Nintendo was actually founded in 1889, almost a hundred years before video games would become an home entertainment staple. When they started, they were a playing card company. Over the years, Nintendo experimented with various ventures before finally establishing themselves…
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    EurekAlert! - Technology, Engineering and Computer Science

  • This Slinky lookalike 'hyperlens' helps us see tiny objects

    21 May 2015 | 9:00 pm
    (University at Buffalo) It looks like a Slinky suspended in motion. Yet this photonics advancement -- called a metamaterial hyperlens -- doesn't climb down stairs. Instead, it improves our ability to see tiny objects.
  • New computational technique advances color 3D printing process

    21 May 2015 | 9:00 pm
    (Columbia University School of Engineering and Applied Science) Columbia Engineering professor Changxi Zheng has developed a technique that enables hydrographic printing, a widely used industrial method for transferring color inks on a thin film to the surface of 3D objects, to color these surfaces with the most precise alignment ever attained. His new computational method, which simulates the printing process and predicts color film distortion during hydrographic immersion, generates a colored film that guarantees exact alignment of the surface textures to the object.
  • Nonfriction literature

    21 May 2015 | 9:00 pm
    (Lehigh University) Friction and wear costs the US at least $500 billion every year. The National Science Foundation is supporting joint Lehigh-DuPont research into tribology through the GOALI Program, Grant Opportunities for Academic Liaison with Industry.
  • More than two dozen articles provide insights on mummies

    21 May 2015 | 9:00 pm
    (Wiley) In a special issue, The Anatomical Record ventures into the world of human mummified remains. In 26 articles, the anatomy of mummies is exquisitely detailed through cutting edge examination, while they are put in historical, archeological, and cultural context. Investigators even take on the thorny issue of ethics as it applies to human remains in general and to the specific case of mummy research.
  • Scientists create mice with a major genetic cause of ALS and FTD

    21 May 2015 | 9:00 pm
    (NIH/National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke) Scientists at Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, Fla., created a novel mouse that exhibits the symptoms and neurodegeneration associated with the most common genetic forms of frontotemporal dementia (FTD) and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, Lou Gehrig's disease), both of which are caused by a mutation in the a gene called C9ORF72.
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    by Ron Miller

  • Jive Chime Wants to Ring Slack’s Bell With New Real-Time Messaging App

    Ron Miller
    29 Apr 2015 | 11:52 am
    Jive is an enterprise social company getting a bit long in tooth and it's trying a new mobile strategy in the hopes of modernizing. Today it announced it was releasing Jive Chime, a real-time messaging app it hopes will compete with the red-hot Slack. Graphic courtesy of Jive Software.
  • Cloud 5: The AWS story, Apple-IBM partnership, container primer

    Ron Miller
    24 Apr 2015 | 7:20 am
    It's Friday and that means it's time for my weekly feature, The Cloud 5. This week we look at a brief history of AWS, the beauty of the IBM-Apple partnership and a how containerization got so popular. Photo Credit: Ron Miller
  • The cloud transition has arrived

    Ron Miller
    20 Apr 2015 | 10:48 am
    Cloud computing has surely arrived, and a recent survey conducted by 451 Research suggests that usage is surprisingly stable across the world. What's really surprising though is that the survey found IT on-premises budgets have dropped below 50 percent. Photo Credit: FutUndBeidl on Flickr. Used under CC by 2.0 license.
  • Cloud Customer Service Startup Freshdesk Reels In $50M Round

    Ron Miller
    20 Apr 2015 | 4:41 am
    Freshdesk is competing with some big fish, but that didn't stop it from reeling in $50M in new investment today as it continues its phenomenal growth rate. Photo Credit: CanStockPhoto
  • Cloud 5: HP stays in cloud, Docker's big raise, false security worries

    Ron Miller
    17 Apr 2015 | 6:23 am
    I t's Friday and that means it's time for my weekly feature, The Cloud 5. This week, we look at HP back-pedaling from exiting the public cloud, Docker's huge pay day and how cloud security fears persist despite evidence to the contrary. Photo Credit: Ron Miller. Used under CC by 2.0 license.
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  • Guess I better give this a watch — KSP 101: Very Basics and Orbit — Kerbal Space Program Tutorial — YouTube

    Brad Grier
    29 Apr 2015 | 7:31 am
    Guess I better give this a watch — KSP 101: Very Basics and Orbit — Kerbal Space Program Tutorial — YouTube originally appeared on on April 29, 2015. The post Guess I better give this a watch — KSP 101: Very Basics and Orbit — Kerbal Space Program Tutorial — YouTube appeared first on
  • I guess I have to relearn physics

    Brad Grier
    28 Apr 2015 | 7:19 am
    Kerbal Space Program left beta status yesterday. With that update came a number of significant enhancements, changes and new features. And they changed aerodynamics and physics. New reentry effects. Smoking hot graphics there! Yup, Jeb died on reentry. Back to the basic missions to figure this out. Oh. That was unfortunate. I guess I have to relearn physics originally appeared on on April 28, 2015. The post I guess I have to relearn physics appeared first on
  • Kerbal Space Program leaving Beta. Version 1.0 arrives tomorrow

    Brad Grier
    26 Apr 2015 | 4:54 pm
    New version of Kerbal Space Program arrives tomorrow, the first full non-beta release. Yes, all sorts of new stuff and features — here’s some promo videos: Kerbal Space Program leaving Beta. Version 1.0 arrives tomorrow originally appeared on on April 26, 2015. The post Kerbal Space Program leaving Beta. Version 1.0 arrives tomorrow appeared first on
  • Needed to share this on my blog, so I know where to find it regularly :D xkcd: Up Goer Five

    Brad Grier
    20 Apr 2015 | 4:53 pm via xkcd: Up Goer Five. Needed to share this on my blog, so I know where to find it regularly :D xkcd: Up Goer Five originally appeared on on April 20, 2015. The post Needed to share this on my blog, so I know where to find it regularly :D xkcd: Up Goer Five appeared first on
  • When the Stars Align

    Brad Grier
    11 Mar 2015 | 8:49 pm
    Today was a pretty normal day for the most part. Took Selena in for a quick checkup vet visit. Went to work and audited an advanced Excel class (that I’ll be teaching soon). Regular, normal stuff. Except when you apply a ‘space’ layer to the day. Driving home from the clinic with Selena, I heard Go! — a very cool music / archival audio mashup by Public System from their new The Race For Space album. Video below. Then also noted that Sid Meier’s Starships is due out for iOS. Yes, video below. iTunes link when it’s live on iTunes. And finally also noted that Buzz Aldrin’s Space…
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  • Prepare to Have Your Freaking Mind Blown by These GIFs

    22 May 2015 | 5:07 pm
    Just as we were beginning to think we had the GIF all figured out, this tech sorcery is dropped on us. Using Photoshop and magic (obviously), artists insert lines into regular GIFs to create a "split depth," aka the illusion that an object is heading straight for your face. Keep scrolling to see some of our favorite mind-bending 3D GIFs. Source: NBC
  • Here's the Right Way to Repost Instagram Photos

    22 May 2015 | 4:05 pm
    Instagram is among our first-thing-in-the-morning go-to apps, but its almost too simple interface has us wanting functions available on other social networks, chief among them: the repost (also known as a retweet, reblog, or share depending on your social site of choice). Fear not 'Grammers, discover the ways to share a picture you more than just love and give credit to the original poster while doing so. Photo Repost app (free for iOS and Android) - Photos appear in a single column or grid view. Tap repost under the picture to have a watermark of the user's name placed on any corner of the…
  • 15 Signs You're Addicted to Netflix

    22 May 2015 | 3:11 pm
    All hail Netflix! This amazing website has something to fit every mood; whether it's a drama, romance, or something silly, Netflix always gives us just what we need. But sometimes our affection for the site can start to feel a little too serious. When weekend plans are cancelled to make way for a Scandal marathon, it's a sign that there may be a problem. Take these 15 GIFs as extra clues that it's time to rethink our relationship with this special friend. Source: CBS; Front Page Image Source: Netflix
  • An Emoticon Just Made History on the Senate Floor

    22 May 2015 | 3:07 pm
    This marks the first time an emoticon was ever used in Congress - Newser The people have spoken! Here are the apps they want to see - BuzzFeed Tech Check out some tips to be more productive each morning - Levo League 6 songs you downloaded instantly after hearing them on TV - PureWow Famous movie scenes that are funnier when played in reverse - Cracked This seat gadget could help save children left in cars - POPSUGAR Moms
  • Powerful Hashtag Highlights 1 Thing People Don't Know About Cancer

    22 May 2015 | 2:08 pm
    Source: Instagram user jragg19 How does cancer suck? Oh, let me count the ways. One reason that many people don't realize, however, is a cancer patient's challenge with driving to and from chemotherapy sessions. Because some doctors forbid driving after undergoing such a physically draining treatment, finding reliable transportation can be inconvenient and expensive for patients without loved ones around to help. That's where the new #MoreGoodDays campaign from Lyft and Ford comes in. To help give "more good days" to women battling breast cancer, Ford's Warriors in Pink foundation is…
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    GadgetLite - Latest gadgets and technology news

  • HÖVDING – latest inflatable helmet for cyclists

    7 May 2015 | 4:54 am
    Most gadgets that are inflatable tend to be soft, even when fully inflated, normally this makes it the least likely mechanism unpinning devices that are used for head protection. At £250 a pop Hövding is an airbag for cyclists developed by a Swedish company and has just launched here in the UK – Bristol. As oppose to wearing a helmet, you wear a battery powered neck collar that senses when an accident is about to happen and blows up and inflates, thereby protecting your head with an airbag before you land. It’s billed as the safest thing a cyclist can wear, even over the…
  • Review: Hive Home – easily manage your home heating from any connected device

    18 Jan 2015 | 4:00 am
    We were delighted to be given the opportunity to have Hive Active Heating installed in our home just before Christmas last year (2014), its not even been a month since installation yet it has proven to be an extremely convenient and innovative upgrade to our home. Here’s a review of what it has been like to use. Some of you may have heard of Hive Home before, it was first set up by British Gas in 2012 with their mission to revolutionise the way we control our homes. Hive allows its users to intuitively take control of their home heating the way they want, from the comfort of their own…
  • Eco-friendly initiatives for your business

    27 Nov 2014 | 1:47 am
    Being eco-friendly in business is more than just wanting to be environmentally friendly. There are financial benefits as well. As utility bills go on rising, going green makes business sense. Every organisation can blend sustainability with commercial development. Here are some top tips on how companies can reduce costs and cut carbon. Look at your lighting Top of the list for eco initiatives should be taking a look at your lighting as part of a full energy audit. LED panels, tubes and lamps can together deliver energy savings of up to 85 per cent and cut carbon emissions at the same time.
  • T-Band Smart Strap: Concept in the making makes any watch smarter

    26 Nov 2014 | 2:26 am
    Whilst the T-Band Smart Strap is currently still a gadget concept in the making, it sure is a fantastic one, the latest idea is that it lets you transform your favourite watch into a smartwatch with the simple addition of a new strap which is equipped with a hidden display and is available as either T-BAND OD with PMOLED display or T-Band HD (Hidden Display).   The T-Band Smart Strap project is currently up for funding on Indiegogo looking to raise $50,000, with pledges starting from $129. As of today, it has reached 25% of its target with 36 days remaining. The design itself is…
  • The app that can help you beat the betting exchange

    26 Nov 2014 | 2:24 am
    The world of exchange betting is one of the most frantic environments in the gambling world and to stay on top of the action you either need a computer processor in your brain or some software to help you. Fortunately, Betfair has a range of products to help its punters, including an exchange betting app called BetTrader. Designed to find, collate and display the latest odds in a fraction of a second, this app has been described as a “must-have” tool for traders of all persuasions.   Before we take a look at some of BetTrader’s finer features, let’s quickly…
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    EU Policy Blog

  • The Business Case for Marriage Equality

    Cathriona Hallahan
    14 May 2015 | 6:00 am
    As a business leader I see the importance of diversity and inclusion for our company on a day-to-day basis. Strengthening LGBT equality – including marriage equality – plays a critical role in promoting diversity and inclusion. As Managing Director of Microsoft in Ireland, I have witnessed immense social and economic change over the past fifteen years. The country first benefitted from economic growth, then a subsequent downturn with significant social change happening in parallel. One change we have seen is more of our young people emigrating, while we have also become an attractive…
  • Stepping forward into a digitized future

    Cornelia Kutterer
    6 May 2015 | 1:18 am
    22 years ago, the European Single Market became a reality. Today sees the launch of the European Commission’s Digital Single Market strategy, an ambitious plan, which aims to update Europe’s single market for the digital era. If fully completed, it promises to deliver €415 billion worth of growth. Within its strategy, the Commission has identified the digitization of all economic sectors as a priority for maintaining Europe’s competitiveness. And with 75% of the digital economy’s added value deriving from traditional industries, it’s vital for European businesses to boost growth…
  • Building Trust Requires a Dynamic and Diverse Workforce

    Marie-Charlotte Roques-Bonnet
    27 Apr 2015 | 12:15 pm
    As we leave behind Girls in ICT day for another year, I reflect on the great opportunity and visibility it gives to the movement of women and girls in the technology sector. However, the day is also a reminder of how much work there is still to do. Microsoft has long been involved in the efforts to increase diversity within our industry and in particular to encourage more women to pursue careers in tech. Through initiatives like Go Global we are committed to encouraging women to strive for positions of influence and create strong female role models within the industry. The very spirit of this…
  • Latest World Economic Forum report: Bringing benefits of the digital economy to all

    Brad Smith
    22 Apr 2015 | 3:09 am
    Expanding our vibrant digital economy and empowering everyone to realize its benefits is an important goal – and one that requires collaboration between many players. That’s why we have participated in the World Economic Forum’s Digital Infrastructure and Applications 2020+ initiative for the past two years. We’ve worked together with industry partners – including network operators, equipment vendors and other application providers – to identify common goals and productive actions for industry and governments to take to ensure a healthy, growing digital ecosystem.
  • Mainstreaming Digital Mavericks

    Sylvie Laffarge
    20 Apr 2015 | 1:41 am
    A quiet revolution is taking place in Europe’s classrooms. All across the continent, pioneering teachers, curious children and forward-thinking decision-makers are slowly but surely reshaping how we view the role of technology in education. This shift isn’t just about getting more high-tech devices into schools – although the integration of technology into learning environments can drive collaboration, creativity and greater student success, as shown through the use of personalized devices to improve homework completion rates or in the introduction of online examinations. Nor is it…
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    The Red Ferret Journal - gadgets, cool sites, freeware and tech trivia

  • Go Smile Sonic Blue Teeth Whitening System – lighten as you whiten as you brush brush brush

    23 May 2015 | 1:30 am
    Apparently white teeth say a lot about a person. At least that’s what some random stranger on a train told us. But then again he was a orthodontic pool cleaner from Hollywood, so we’re not too sure about his credentials. But having teeth with no nasty yellow stains on them is probably a definite plus if you’re interested in impressing people who have what you want. This Go Smile Sonic Blue Teeth Whitening System sounds like [...] 182 words | permalink | No comments | digg this
  • Toast Heated Pillow – a softer alternative to a hot water bottle

    Donyae Coles
    22 May 2015 | 2:00 am
    It’s getting warmer outside but that doesn’t mean that you won’t still need some extra heat in your life. The Toast Heated Pillow is there for you when you need a little warmth for all those pulled muscles you’ll develop now that it’s warm enough to go outside and play. This heated pillow connects via micro USB and stays warm for up to 4 hours which is much longer than your [...] 185 words | permalink | No comments | digg this
  • Giphoscope – turn your GIFs into a stylish flip book

    Donyae Coles
    22 May 2015 | 2:00 am
    We record everything that happens in our lives these days. Everything can be a little mini movie, your memories forever in digial format but wouldn’t it be great to take all your magical moments out of the digital space into the physical world? The Giphoscope lets you turn your GIFs into an interactive motion photo. The Giphoscope is a device that lets you turn your GIFs, short videos, or still photos [...] 197 words | permalink | No comments | digg this
  • Mobo Pocket Air Pump – the tiny, curiously strong pump

    Donyae Coles
    22 May 2015 | 2:00 am
    So your kid comes to you with a sad face, rolling their bike along. They’ve got a flat tire and now summer is ruined. The Mobo Pocket Air Pump lets you be the hero as this small pump packs a great deal of pumping power. The Mobo is a super transportable air pump, perfect for fixing flats on bikes (not your car though). It’s so small it fits [...] 198 words | permalink | No comments | digg this
  • Dotti – put your phone down and get your notifications 8-bit style instead

    Donyae Coles
    21 May 2015 | 2:00 am
    Our robot overlords have arrived and they’re much smaller than we thought they would be. It’s our phones. Most people are attached at the hip (literally in some cases) to their tiny screens. You can help break away with Dotti, the LED notification cube. Dotti is a very simple device. It syncs with your phone via downloadable app and notifies you with a cute visual display when you have something to attend to [...] 195 words | permalink | No comments | digg this
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  • Review: Asus VivoWatch

    David Martin
    22 May 2015 | 6:46 am
    Asus is not new in the wearable space. They have already launched their first smartwatch Asus ZenWatch which was a big hit. Now, they are back in the ring with a new fitness centric smart watch supported by an exclusive 10 day battery life. The officials of the company are claiming that the all new and ravishing Asus VivoWatch will take care of all your sporting needs and will serve as an attractive and stylish fitness gizmo.   Asus VivoWatch: Design Asus VivoWatch is undoubtedly a beautiful and stylish watch which will be launched at Milan Design Week. It comes up in a unibody stainless…
  • Logjam Attack: An issue which needs our immediate attention.

    David Martin
    21 May 2015 | 6:45 am
    What is Logjam Attack? Programmers and researchers have come across a new vulnerability which can cause website and browser encryption. This discovery is named as Logjam.  This new invention has its own pros and cons.  The good news is that companies like Google are successful to provide a patch to this vulnerability, whose updates are available on Firefox, chrome and many other browsers. And the sad news is that the fix is not running on many websites, which also includes the main website of University of Michigan. The correction of Logjam is said to affect more than thousand websites.
  • Tech giants urged President Obama to dismiss the Encrypted Data Backdoor Proposal.

    David Martin
    20 May 2015 | 6:34 am
    According the report of Washington Post, Apple, Yahoo, Google and other 140 giants of the tech industry have written a letter to America’s President Barack Obama. In the letter, they have urged him to dismiss the proposal which is in favour to offer a ‘backdoor’ access to the personal data of user present on their smart communication devices and platforms such as tablets and mobile phones etc. These 140 civil society organisations, tech firms and cryptologist are strictly against this proposal so they have drafted a co-penned letter which was signed by these companies to country’s…
  • Review: Panasonic Lumix G7

    David Martin
    19 May 2015 | 8:35 am
    The all new Panasonic Lumix G7 has successfully occupied the “most wanted” position in the list of most desirable compact cameras. It is the latest premium mirrorless camera released by Panasonic which is loaded with some unique features like tilting 3 inch touch screen, body sensor shift image stabiliser and many more. This latest flagship camera of the company is amongst the most sophisticated device produced by Panasonic. Check out some more details about this ravishing gizmo. What about the Design? Lumix G7 has come up in a revolutionary design to set a new benchmark for this…
  • Microsoft’s HoloLens: A new and improved version

    David Martin
    18 May 2015 | 7:47 am
    Microsoft’s HoloLens is the gadget which will remind you of the science fictions you are watching since decades. It’s appears like a dream turned into reality. This amazing tech piece will project show up display around the real world which will allow you to play with the imagery sculpts and toys in holograms. This amazing product will rewrite the reality by producing weird illusion using its magical power. HoloLens possess brilliant potential that will try its level best to break the wall between the reality and fantasy. The hardware of this device is possesses some major polishing and…
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  • Redditors: Mystery startup Narwhal Bacon Box wants to surprise you

    19 May 2015 | 12:28 pm
    A mysterious new business called Narwhal Bacon Box that says it wants to be the Loot Crate for users of the Reddit news aggregator, is set to reveal itself on June 4. Now if the words "A", "the" and "June" are the only ones that made any sense to you from that sentence, let me sort of explain. Loot Crate, for the uninitiated, is a monthly service whose subscribers get a surprise crate of "loot" delivered to their door once a month. Crates have themes like Fear, Battle and Fantasy, and include all sorts of stuff, from T-shirts to games to inflatable crowns. It's kind of like scoring swag from…
  • Watch intense trailer for new Steve Jobs movie starring Michael Fassbender

    18 May 2015 | 12:27 pm
    The first trailer for the new "Steve Jobs" movie starring Michael Fassbender as Jobs and Seth Rogen as Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has hit the web, and it's pretty intense even though it's all dialogue.The film is slated to arrive in U.S. theaters on Oct. 9, four years after Jobs died.Apple enthusiasts are hoping the film, which was originally going to be directed by David Fincher and star Christian Bale, will be a major upgrade over the Ashton Kutcher "Jobs" movie from 2013.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
  • iPhone 7 rumor rollup: Camera magic via teeny pixels, plus an "airy" new design

    17 May 2015 | 2:50 pm
    Do you think of your iPhone more as a phone or a camera? The latter might wind up being more true for many if the latest rumors about what Apple will bring to iPhone 6S or iPhone 7 come to fruition. Two well-respected Apple watchers this past week indicated that the next iPhones will likely boast 12 megapixel cameras with smaller pixels designed for higher quality photos. The past few models of the iPhone, going back to the 4S introduced in 2011, have had 8 megapixel cameras. Pixel Party IHS China’s Kevin Wong, referring to the next Apple smartphone as the iPhone 6S, “confirmed” via his…
  • iPhone 7 rumor rollup: Your brain on iPhone 7 and plastic survives

    10 May 2015 | 4:09 pm
    Given that Apple sold 61 million iPhones in its most recent quarter and that the iPhone 6 Plus now dominates the U.S. market for phablets with 5.5-inch screens or bigger, you might think Apple could coast for a spell, and that rumors of the iPhone 6S or iPhone 7 would be overkill. But no, the rumor mills cranks along.Your Brain on iPhone 7 Noka Productions Some people are really into the iPhone, and the filmmakers at Noka Productions think the iPhone 7 could literally be into you.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
  • I'm liking Microsoft's new age guessing website

    7 May 2015 | 9:34 am
    With a couple of spring/summer concerts in my near future at which I'm bound to feel a bit age-conscious (no, am not going to see Taylor Swift), the arrival of Microsoft's website couldn't be better.I plugged in my official Network World portrait and seconds later the website pegged me for being a 46-year old guy. I'll take that since it shaves a few years off my real age.RELATED: 10 Cool Network & Computing Research ProjectsWhat's more, I stuck 30-year-old Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's mugshot from Facebook into the website and he's apparently quite a bit older than me, at…
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  • [H]ardware Round-Up II

    22 May 2015 | 3:05 pm
    Cases: Case Mod Friday @ ThinkComputers ETC.: PC Perspective Podcast #350 @ PCPer Input: Logitech G303 Daedalus Apex @ pcGameware Motherboards: ECS Z97I-Drone LEET Gaming @ eTeknix Power Supply: Corsair CS850M @ Guru3D Video: EVGA GTX 980 HYBRID @ HwC
  • App Turns Apple Watch Into A $20 Casio Calculator Watch

    22 May 2015 | 2:05 pm
    There's an amazing, magical $1 app out there now that turns your $600 Apple Watch into a $20 Casio calculator watch. Alas, it costs a $1. On the upside, there are myriad goodies to unlock if you poke it in the right way. Remember trying to spell words upside down to pass the time in class as a kid? That's a good place to start. Comments
  • ONR Tests New Glasses For Augmented Reality System

    22 May 2015 | 2:05 pm
    Marines were able to turn a lush golf course into a hostile battleground complete with tanks, mortar fire and smoke at a demonstration on May 21 using an augmented reality training system from the Office of Naval Research (ONR). At Marine Corps Base Quantico in Quantico, Virginia, the Augmented Immersive Team Trainer (AITT) moved one step closer to its ultimate goal of giving warfighters glasses that can be worn to enhance augmented reality training scenarios. The term "augmented reality" refers to a live environment onto which virtual images are superimposed. Think of watching a football…
  • Woman Accidentally Shoots Herself While Taking Selfie

    22 May 2015 | 1:05 pm
    How does the saying go? Something about removing yourself from the gene pool or thinning the herd. The 21-year-old found a 9mm handgun left behind by a security guard at her Moscow office and decided to pose for a photograph holding it, a police spokesman told Interfax news agency. While taking a selfie with one hand, she accidentally pressed the gun's trigger, shooting herself in the temple at close range. Comments
  • AT&T Trying To Make First Amendment Case Against Net Neutrality

    22 May 2015 | 1:05 pm
    Seriously? A violation of the First Amendment? I am going to just crap if this works. And right there under item #1 is: "Whether the FCC's reclassification of broadband Internet access service as a telecommunications service subject to common carrier regulation under Title II violates the terms of the Communications Act of 1934, as amended, and the First and Fifth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution." Comments
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  • Machine Age automation kills jobs & wages shocker

    15 May 2015 | 9:53 am
    Andrew McAfee in the FT explaining to the FT audience what has long been blindingly obvious to most everyone else who is living through it - if you automate away the high value jobs and all thats left is low value low skill jobs, average wages and living standards fall, and inequality rises. He uses the though experiment of a 2 industry economy, one with hi tech, high wage manufacturing and low tech, low wage dog grooming. Over time the high tech labour gets displaced by automation and more people become dog groomers, so average wages in the population fall, those left in manufacturing get…
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  • Punit Soni Confirms Personal Investment In RazorPay

    Trupti Gupta
    22 May 2015 | 5:30 am
    After working for Google and having his entire career in the US for 8 years, Punit Soni is back and have been in news ever since. Firstly for Flipkart’s application that intends to make shopping more real, Google’s former employe have recently confirmed his news of making a personal investment in RazorPay. He confirmed his investment at a TiE conference in Santa Clara, California.Although, he didn’t respond to any of the email queries about the stake purchased or quantum investment. RazorPay is the first Indian startup to get the Ycombinator backing (this year). The company provides…
  • Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge Has Disappointing Sales

    Trupti Gupta
    22 May 2015 | 5:27 am
    This year, Samsung claimed that it would sell 70 million GalaxyS6 and S6 Edge by the end of 2015. The company also had claimed that it had taken 20M pre-orders prior the release of both phones. Reports by a Korean news agency, Yonhap, a Samsung official stated and confirmed that the sales of the phone after a month crossed 10 Million. The company didn’t mention when they had crossed 10 million but they only have 7 months to sell out the remaining 60 Million Units. This news is extremely disappointing as on an average they have to sell 8.6 Million units per month. Analysts are still…
  • YotoPhone 2 Launched World’s First Dual Screen Phone In United States

    Trupti Gupta
    22 May 2015 | 5:26 am
    People who are into unusual smartphones have been keeping their eyes on Indiegogo campaign. Yota is bringing the Android-based YotoPhone 2 to the U.S. market today. This phone is the world’s first phone with dual screens and is YotaPhone’s sequel. The device has two screens, the one on the front is a 5-inch Amoled Display and the one of the back is a 4.7-inch e-ink screen. The technology by Yota let’s the content to be sent from the color screen to the always-on rear screen for decorating, reading or information purposes. The phone will be updated to Android 5.0 Lollipop this summer.
  • Sharing Links Simplified By Google Tone

    Amol Bapat
    21 May 2015 | 7:45 am
    How many of you have faced issues while sharing links with your colleagues in the office? Or even while sharing between team members working on a same project? We all choose layman’s method to share them either by typing the link or may be mail it to the client or colleague which is time consuming! Well now forget about all those old school ways of sharing the links and say hello to the new Chrome extension introduced by Google called Google Tone. Google Tone is a chrome extension that broadcasts the URL of your current machine to any other machine in vicinity with the chrome extension…
  • Adblock To Release An Ad-Filtering Browser For Android

    Amol Bapat
    21 May 2015 | 7:34 am
    We all love to browse the web, be it on PC or on smartphones. And while browsing it is not wrong to expect a distraction-free browsing experience. But it is not the case most of the times with tons of pop-ups and spam distracting your  browsing experience. What do you do in that case? In case of smartphones you would probably switch to another browser, or may be install another app to block the ads and pop-ups. If you are using PC you may install some browser extensions or add-ons to keep the ads away. One of the popular ad-blocking extension for the desktops is Adblock Plus which provides…
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  • Paper Says Public Doesn't Know How To Keep Score In Privacy Discussion While Glossing Over Government Surveillance

    Tim Cushing
    22 May 2015 | 7:39 pm
    Lawfare -- a blog primarily devoted defending the practices of spy agencies -- has released a paper authored by Benjamin Wittes and Jodie Liu that theorizes that the public's concern over privacy encroachments are -- if not overblown -- then failing to properly factor in the privacy "gains" they've obtained over the past several years. The theory is solid, but the paper fails to differentiate between what sort of privacy losses people find acceptable and which ones they don't -- mainly by leaving privacy invasions by government entities almost completely undiscussed. It opens by quoting a…
  • TPP Moves Forward In Senate With Fast Track; On To The House

    Mike Masnick
    22 May 2015 | 6:16 pm
    As was widely expected after last week's vote, the Senate has now voted in favor of fast track for trade agreements (officially "Trade Promotion Authority") after Republican Senators convinced enough of their Democratic counterparts to give up their Constitutional authority in regulating international commerce (yes, you read that right: Republicans who keep complaining about the President taking too much power and not obeying the Constitution, just voted explicitly to give up Constitutional authority to the President of the other party, while most Democrats declined to do so). Also as…
  • DailyDirt: Trendy Drinks

    Michael Ho
    22 May 2015 | 5:00 pm
    Some folks like to drink coconut water because it tastes good -- not because it's a fashionable, semi-exotic-sounding liquid that has some specious health claims. Some fads, like drinking raw milk are actually not that healthy. But if you just like trying out new stuff to drink (and carry around in a bottle or cup), check out a few of these links. Maybe it's just in Brooklyn that it's cool to drink bone broth from a coffee cup. As long as it's not as expensive as $6 toast, who can argue against a tasty cup of soup? [url] Drinking reclaimed water is nothing new, but people are a little…
  • Monsanto And Syngenta About To Receive Dozens Of Patents On Unpatentable Plants

    Glyn Moody
    22 May 2015 | 3:16 pm
    Last month we wrote about the strange case of unpatentable plants becoming patentable in Europe thanks to a decision from the European Patent Office's Enlarged Board of Appeal. That cleared the way for companies to obtain such patents, and according to this post on the "no patents on seeds" site -- I think you can probably work out where its biases lie -- that's about to happen: the European Patent Office (EPO) is about to grant 30 patents on plants derived from conventional breeding to Monsanto and its affiliated companies. The Swiss company Syngenta can expect to receive around a dozen…
  • Florida Governor Signs One Bill Protecting Free Speech... And Another That Undermines It

    Mike Masnick
    22 May 2015 | 1:58 pm
    On Thursday, Governor Rick Scott of Florida signed 44 bills into law, but two of them are particularly interesting to us. The first we wrote about back in March, SB 604, is a very problematic bill that undermines some basic free speech rights. It's the latest in a new push by Hollywood to undermine anonymity online as a backdoor attack on copyright infringement. Basically, it says that if you're distributing any sort of audiovisual work, you need to reveal who you are. The implications here are massive. There are lots of cases where someone may wish to post certain audiovisual works without…
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  • 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
  • Britain’s Top 50 Business Advisers of 2015 Announced – ABP Coaches Celebrate

    Guest Author
    9 Mar 2015 | 2:00 am
    Warren Knight and Daryl Woodhouse celebrate being named as two of Britain’s top advisers in business. The NextWomen learns more about their achievements which have earned this recognition. read more
  • How to Kickstart Your Fitness for 2015: Xtreme Gym’s Boot Camp!

    Clover Lewis
    5 Mar 2015 | 1:00 am
    Clover Lewis visited Xtreme Gym’s Boot Camp to find out what makes it different, what they have to offer, and whether she could handle the workout!  read more
  • An Interview with Kojo

    Lorraine White
    4 Mar 2015 | 1:00 am
    Lorraine White, Co-founder and Director of menswear brand, Hashtag Collective, was intrigued when she heard that Kojo, known best for being a comedian and radio host, was writing a book and a romance book at that. Above Romance is the new novel out by Kojo and Lorraine White went to meet him to find out more
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  • 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.
  • Angry Dad Gamer in Austin recap, a note on acting & the Moontower Festival

    C.K. Sample III
    19 Apr 2015 | 10:19 am
    I tweeted about this earlier in the week, but this past Monday, I was on Victor’s show, Angry Dad Gamer, playing Halo The Master Chief Collection and chatting. We also announced my bid for the Presidency of The United States of America, but no one submitted the episode to reddit yet, nor has the $5000 been raised yet, nor have I filled out any of the forms to make it official. So, we only have a few days left in the 15 from announcement to get all that filed. Get to work internet! In any case, in case you didn’t tune in the other night, here’s the video: Check it out. It was…
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  • The Essentials of Information Security Kit: Includes a Free PC Security Handbook - 2nd Edition eBook

    19 May 2015 | 7:20 pm
    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 EditionTo Increase Downloads, Instill Trust FirstWanted: Guardians to Keep Sensitive Data Safe & ProtectedPractical Guide to IT Security Breach Prevention Part II: Reducing Mobile, Web, and Social Media RisksRequest Free!
  • iPad CTO Kit - including the iPad Tips and Tricks Guide for IT Executives and Managers

    1 May 2015 | 10:50 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 IaaSEnd User Experience Management Complements Mobile Device ManagementMobile Login Best PracticesRequest Free!
  • Your Unofficial Raspberry Pi Manual

    20 Nov 2014 | 11:20 am
    You’ve surely heard of the Raspberry Pi: the palm-sized computer with enough power to run servers or media centres complete with retro gaming.  Rasberry Pi has the connectivity to control security systems and enthusiast projects; and with the software tools to encourage the teaching and understanding of programming. Since its launch in 2012 the Raspberry Pi has exceeded expectations, becoming a must-have piece of computer hardware for enthusiasts and tech-heads. For a small project developed to be sold to schools and colleges to teach programming principles, that’s not bad.
  • Exploit Kits: Cybercrime's Growth Industry

    11 Aug 2014 | 11:20 am
    Cybercriminals have turned their attention away from exploiting Windows operating systems to pursuing the popular third party applications installed on nearly every PC around the world. That is why patch management has become a critical layer in your malware defense.Request Free!
  • jQuery Hotshot -- Free 32 Page Excerpt

    6 Aug 2014 | 11:50 am
    It has become the standard tool for web developers and designers to add dynamic, interactive elements to their sites, smoothing out browser inconsistencies and reducing costly development time.jQuery Hotshot walks you step by step through 10 projects designed to familiarise you with the jQuery library and related technologies. Each project focuses on a particular subject or section of the API, but also looks at something related, like jQuery's official templates, or an HTML5 feature like localStorage. Build your knowledge of jQuery and related technologies.Learn a large swathe of the API, up…
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  • Jayalalithaa is back!

    Nikhila Vijay
    22 May 2015 | 6:00 am
    Jayalalithaa has been elected as Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu thrice now. Despite the corruption charges levied against her, she continues to be popular among voters of Tamil Nadu. After being acquitted of all criminal charges in May 2015, she’s being welcomed with open arms as her trusted and loyal aid O. Panneerselvam steps down.
  • Twitter is Shocked That Maggi is Unhealthy

    21 May 2015 | 6:12 am
    Maggi has had for a long time, two distinct advertising catchphrases. The first one is the ‘two minute noodles’. We ‘we all laughed at that one. And the other one? Taste Bhi Health Bhi. Well, only one of those two things is true. The Lucknow Food Safety and Drug Administration of India found excess amounts of monosodium glutamate (MSG) and lead in samples of Maggi collected in Uttar Pradesh. And then they wrote to the FSSAI to cancel the licence for Maggi. It was reported that Maggi was being recalled and then that it wasn’t. As if FSSAI would be so quick to action. Anyway, this piece…
  • Top 5 Builders in India: A Definitive Social Media Review

    19 May 2015 | 6:45 am
    The real estate industry in India, that once thrived on personal connections, is riding a growth curve in Social Media. From leading to small builders and developers to realtors, all in the industry have taken to Social Media in order to span their reach to a wider audience and motivate word of mouth. The future looks exciting with the industry exploring new paradigms online  and affecting selection processes. Here’s a definitive Social Media analysis of the top 5 builders in the country based on the ‘Social Media Analysis of Real Estate Developers’ by analytics giant…
  • Ruskin Bond turns 81 today!

    19 May 2015 | 4:28 am
    Ruskin Bond turned 81 today. You may not have put a finger to it, but the daydream image we have of writing in a tiny cottage on the hilltops probably came from Ruskin Bond and his indelible association with Mussoorie. Indeed, his books reek of the atmosphere of the hills- mysterious and beguiling; with the mist and rain, the free-spiritedness, the lush greenery-unhurried and lazy to catch up; they are symbolic of his writing style. Old at age but agile in the mind, any article or story on him will likely contain a quote or interaction with the man himself. And a trip to Mussoorie? You are…
  • How Twitter Reacted to the Billboard Music Awards 2015

    18 May 2015 | 4:28 am
    The 2015 Billboard Music Awards was high on the pop. The music event, hosted by Chrissy Teigen and Ludacris, saw the music video debut of Taylor Swift’s highly anticipated and infamous single ‘Bad Blood’ featuring a bunch of her famous friends. She also swept up the awards, winning 8 of them including Top Artist and Top Billboard 200 Artist. It was also the first award showing of the band One Direction after band member Zayn Malik recently quit. After winning the award Top Duo/Group , the group gave an emotional shout out to their departed member, sending twitter into a tizzy. Other…
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  • Freshfood Blogger Template

    Carmela Maraan
    22 May 2015 | 4:28 am
    Just as the name implies, Freshfood is a responsive Blogger template that would work very well with food-related blogs and websites. It’s a free template, but it’s packed with great features that will allow you to maximize real estate on your site. These features include: Two columns Slider 2 navigation menus 468 x 60 header banner Related posts Breadcrumb 3-column footer Tabbed widgets Social sharing buttons 3 sidebars Although it’s primarily designed for food, you can also use Freshfood template for photography, gallery, and portfolio sites, as well as personal and…
  • Instinct Gallery Blogger Template

    Carmela Maraan
    19 May 2015 | 8:07 pm
    You want a multipurpose magazine-type template, then Instinct template for Blogger is for you. Instinct is designed in the magazine format, yet can also be used for personal, photography, gallery, travel, entertainment, and news sites. It’s responsive and optimized for SEO, enabling you to expand your reach easily. Even though its layout is minimalist, it’s designed in such a way that you can pack it with plenty of content on the home page, allowing your readers free and easy access to your material at a glance. Other features of this great template include: 2 columns 4-columns…
  • Compact One-Page Blogger Template

    Carmela Maraan
    18 May 2015 | 3:10 am
    If you want an efficient way to promote your creative work for yourself or your business, then Compact one-page Blogger template is right for you. This fully responsive template is highly compatible with all mobile, as well as desktop devices, so your audience can easily view your body of work in a fast-loading and convenient display. minimalistic display. Yet despite its stylishly minimalistic design, it also provides you enough room for a professional blog. Other features include: Custom 404 Page 1 Sidebars Right Sidebar Ads Friendly Related Posts with Thumbnails Threaded Comments Big Image…
  • Theme Shop Gallery Blogger Template

    Carmela Maraan
    17 May 2015 | 7:36 pm
    If you want a simple but boldly-designed gallery theme, then try Theme Shop gallery template by Bloggertheme9. This template has two columns that you can use to display your images, a right sidebar where you can showcase your most important links and social sharing buttons, plus a three-column footer area for more of your content. Theme Shop is also optimized for SEO and is 100% responsive. You can use this template for personal, photography, art, illustration, visual portfolio, creative work, products, and even for business and e-commerce sites. It has flexible layout options so you can…
  • Winters Blogger Gallery

    Carmela Maraan
    15 May 2015 | 1:21 am
    Winters is a simple yet elegant Blogger template that will work very will with personal blogs, but is also stylish enough for fashion, lifestyle, beauty, photography, and other blogs that involve visual creative media. It allows you to feature your photos in the home page along with snippets of their respective posts, and its responsive layout will ensure that you can reach your audience through both desktop and mobile devices. A snazzy black-and-white color scheme will make your site extra-stylish, related post thumbnails make your post categories more accessible and attractive to your…
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  • How to Know if your ISP or Carrier is Throttling your Internet Data

    Radu Tyrsina
    22 May 2015 | 5:16 am
    Internet Service Providers have long been accused by customers that they use all sorts of tricks to throttle down their Internet speeds. To do so, an ISP can allegedly make use of a variety of tricks, such as firewalls, traffic shapers, censors, and redirectors to manipulate and degrade your... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Upcoming Android M Version Said to Include Native Fingerprint Authentication

    Radu Tyrsina
    22 May 2015 | 3:57 am
    This year’s Google I/O conference will take place at the end of next week, on May 28-29, and it’s said to bring a lot of news regarding the upcoming Android M version. Google is also expected to discouss about aew Google Glass device, the updates on Android One, a new Chromecast and... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Xiaomi Releases Software Update For Mi 4i Smartphone, Fixes Overheating and Performance Issues

    Manish Singh
    22 May 2015 | 1:52 am
    Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi has released an update for its newly launched Mi 4i smartphone that addresses phone’s widely-noted overheating issues and adds some performance tweaks. We tested the latest update on two Mi 4i handsets and are able to report and confirm that the update indeed... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Dear Tech Companies, Win Support on Facebook and Twitter, Don’t Buy it!

    Nimish Dubey
    21 May 2015 | 9:57 pm
    Dear Tech companies, The past couple of years have seen a number of you taking to social networks in an attempt to promote your products and services. This is perfectly understandable given the sheer volume of people on them – as per a research, the subscription base of Facebook is actually... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Apple to Introduce Dual-App Viewing, Multi-user Features in iOS 9, Launch Two 12-inch iPads: Report

    Manish Singh
    21 May 2015 | 12:38 pm
    If a leaked product roadmap is to be believed, Apple enthusiasts are up for a great year ahead. 9to5Mac’s Mark Gurman reports that the Cupertino-based company plans to launch two new twelve-inch iPads, and introduce dual-app viewing mode, also add multi-user support to its iOS mobile operating... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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  • 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.
  • Recognized by Clutch as a Global Leader in Mobile App Marketing

    C.R. Venkatesh
    21 Apr 2015 | 7:18 am
    We are delighted to be recognized as a global leader in mobile app marketing by Clutch, a B2B research and review firm that identifies top service and software firms in the technology and marketing industry. Clutch’s research leverages the proprietary Leaders Matrix methodology, which maps each firm’s focus on app marketing against its ability to deliver world-class results for clients. The evaluation takes a close look at the criteria of both metrics, as well as qualitative information gleaned from client reviews and real customer experience. The results indicate our firm’s…
  • Twitter by the Numbers: Some Interesting Stats

    8 Apr 2015 | 2:14 am
    Twitter turned 9 on March 21, 2015! The microblogging site that created a revolution with its simple 140-character style has evolved significantly since its debut, and is continuing to successfully reinvent itself. Elements of the platform such as hashtags and live-Tweeting have redefined how businesses use it for breaking news, opinion building, generating awareness, building a follower base, driving brand engagement, connecting with customers, driving sales, and finding new leads. Here are a few statistics that show why you need to make Twitter a greater part of your marketing strategy.
  • Why 2015 is the Year of Responsive Web Design

    Web Designing
    30 Mar 2015 | 12:20 am
    Responsive web design is no longer viewed as a nice-to-have but as a must-have. It provides sites with a better bounce rate, increase in traffic and an improved user experience, and these are some of the main reasons why businesses are adopting the trend. Let’s take a closer look at some stats to see why a responsive site can make a significant difference in your business. Mobile usage surpassed desktop usage in 2014. It’s no surprise that a large number of mobile web users are not likely to come back to a site that they weren’t able to access easily. This further…
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  • Huawei launches 10kB IoT operating system

    22 May 2015 | 12:37 pm
    LiteOS is the world's most lightweight IoT OS. It is small in size at 10KB and supports zero configuration, auto-discovery, and auto-networking. It can be widely applied to different areas including smart homes, wearable, connected vehicles and other industries. The LiteOS helps to simplify the development of smart hardware to enhance IoT connectivity. In addition, Huawei announced that LiteOS will be opened to all developers, which enables them to quickly develop their own IoT products. Meanwhile, Google is rumoured to be unveiling an IoT OS as well during IO.
  • How Apple's court monitor became Cupertino's most wanted

    22 May 2015 | 12:25 pm
    Michael Bromwich was in court with the most powerful company and the top government law agency in the country when he seemed to get antsy. Apple and the United States Department of Justice had, after all, been exchanging jabs about him. “I'd like to be heard, your Honor, if I can,” he told the judge, who said they’d need to “exhaust the arguments of the main combatants” first. Wanting to interject would be understandable, considering how long Bromwich and Apple had been putting up their dukes inside and outside of court in a bloody fight over cash and corporate power.
  • iOS 9 & OS X 10.11 to bring 'quality' focus

    22 May 2015 | 12:17 pm
    For the first time in several years, Apple is changing up its annual iOS and OS X upgrade cycle by limiting new feature additions in favor of a "big focus on quality," according to multiple sources familiar with the company's operating system development plans. We first reported in February that iOS 9, codenamed "Monarch," would heavily feature under-the-hood optimizations, and we've now learned that Apple is taking the same approach with OS X 10.11, codenamed "Gala." Sources have revealed additional new details on how Apple will optimize the new operating systems for improved stability and…
  • 'On the Apple Watch interaction model and the digital crown'

    22 May 2015 | 6:12 am
    Setting aside the absurdity of longtime Apple users arguing in favour of this kind of almost impenetrable complexity, John Gruber's recent piece on the behaviour of the button inside the Apple Watch's crown is telling. Here's a better way to think about it - and without thinking about it, the reason why I think most people aren't frustrated or confused by the crown button after a week or so. It's best to think of Apple Watch as having two modes: watch mode, and app mode. You do not need to understand this to use the watch. Most Apple Watch owners will never really think about this. But this…
  • AMD: Nvidia GameWorks "sabotaged" Witcher 3 performance

    20 May 2015 | 4:38 pm
    While AMD seems to have made up with Slightly Mad Studios, at least if this tweet from Taylor is anything to go by, the company is facing yet another supposedly GameWorks-related struggle with CD Projekt Red's freshly released RPG The Witcher 3. The game makes use of several GameWorks technologies, most notably HBAO+ and HairWorks. The latter, which adds tens of thousands of tessellated hair strands to characters, dramatically decreases frame rate performance on AMD graphics cards, sometimes by as much as 50 percent. I got bitten by this just the other day. I'm currently enjoying my time with…
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  • Vodafone Smart Prime 6 Review

    22 May 2015 | 10:08 am
    We’re at a time in smartphone evolution when budget phones are actually not all that bad (see also: digital cameras and laptops) – and that means you can save yourself some money without ending up with a real clunker of a handset. Apple and Samsung may hog the limelight, but not everyone cares what a […]
  • iPad mini Review

    22 May 2015 | 9:03 am
    Apple went gone where we never thought it would, with the iPad mini bringing the Apple tablet experience to a brave new budget world. Two generations on and the original mini now comes in at a wallet-friendly £199 / $249 / AU$299 for the Wi-Fi version, with 16GB of storage on offer. That’s all the […]
  • Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro Review

    22 May 2015 | 7:50 am
    The Yoga 2 Pro was arguably the finest convertible Ultrabook money could buy when it launched in late 2013 – and it continues to impress today. It was sleek, packed a best-in-class QHD+ display and could transform into a multitude of positions depending on how you wanted to use it. Update 21/5/2015: Lenovo has swapped […]
  • Microsoft Lumia 640 Review

    22 May 2015 | 7:24 am
    The Microsoft Lumia 640 is among the first in a new breed of Windows Phones. With a larger screen, more RAM and a different design language from its predecessor, this is Microsoft stamping its logo (literally) on the Lumia range. And what a change this proves to be. The old Nokia did things a little […]
  • HP ProLiant MicroServer Gen8 Review

    22 May 2015 | 4:30 am
    The long-time baby of HP’s ProLiant server family has finally been given a Gen8 makeover, with a smart new look and all-new internals to bring it up to current standards. Intel rather than AMD silicon becomes the order of the day here, with a choice of processor accompanied by up to 16GB of ECC-protected RAM, […]
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  • EaseUs Partition Manager Professional 10.5

    Deepesh Agarwal
    22 May 2015 | 4:09 am
    Thanks to handy feature called disk partitions, organizing huge volumes of data on disk-drives is simple and practical. Disk-partitions also helps users to scheduled disk maintenance tasks like disk clean up and defragmentation efficiently to achieve better computing experience from the operating-system. It is a fact that keeping both system files and data files on the same drive or partition is a sure shot way of inviting trouble. In case you need to format the system files due to a virus attack or some other reason, you will end up losing your data, if your data has not been backed up…
  • [Exclusive] SecureAPlus Premium : Preview & Time-Limited Giveaway Worth $29

    Deepesh Agarwal
    18 May 2015 | 11:43 pm
    Most people don’t realize how vulnerable they are till they get locked out of their PC or have their money stolen. The first response is usually an Anti-Virus, but with 300,000 virus and malware everyday it’s unrealistic to expect that they can catch them all. Some even do more harm than good as most of these solutions automatically make potentially damaging changes to your PC and are highly dependent to their own ability to detect threats. How can anyone reasonably protect themselves nowadays? Try this free app I recently discovered called SecureAPlus and read on to get a "Free upgrade"…
  • Microsoft's Stable Video Recording Technology Now Available On PCs and Phones

    Deepesh Agarwal
    18 May 2015 | 4:59 am
    Microsoft's Hyperlapse is the name given to the new tech which is just out from their research division for public consumption, the technology allows users to create smooth and stabilized time lapses from first-person videos. Apps powered by the technology help you record and produce super-stabilized videos on Android, Windows Desktop and Windows Phone. The algorithmic tools works it's magic to your shaky footage resulting into high-speed, super-smooth clips that users can enjoy. Official video introduction to Microsoft's Hyperlapse is shared below.
  • The Race For "One OS For All Devices" - Ubuntu Vs Windows 10

    Deepesh Agarwal
    14 May 2015 | 8:52 am
    With a phenomenal increase in mobile and tablet users, converged computing is definitely going to be the next big thing in the world of technology. To elaborate, "Phone–PC convergence" means a single app Eco-system and user-interface across mobile, tablet or Desktop computing devices. The technology industry has already prepped the end users for the shift. Ubuntu was without the doubt one of the first major OS name to afloat the idea and even start working on it, with options ranging from Ubuntu Edge, Ubuntu For Cars or the Nexphone concept the idea is now well conceptualized and waiting to…
  • Solution for YU Yureka Blank Screen During Calls And After Wakeup From Lock Screen

    Deepesh Agarwal
    14 May 2015 | 6:14 am
    Yu is the brand-name given to a new line of products by Micromax aimed to counter the competition from likes of Xiaomi (Mi Vs Yu!!), the first smartphone of the series Yu Yureka offered a great combination of hardware and software (CyanogenMod) at an very affordable price. The handset recently got an update to Google Android 5 Lolipop (CyanogenMod 12), everything worked ok but it seems it introduced a bug which would result in blank screen when waked-up from lock-screen or after a reboot and also during calls. Here is how you can fix both issues - the black screen during the call and the…
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    Rex Hammock's RexBlog

  • PacMan Eats Up Amazon’s Home Page

    Rex Hammock
    22 May 2015 | 11:47 am
    Earlier this year, I noted a new design of that supports “takeover” ads. These are not pop-over or pop-up ads that you can click an “x” to remove. These are ads that are actually a part of the background or are, in some graphical and often animated way, an actual element of the page. Today, I thought I saw Amazon come as close as I’ve seen it come to promoting a product using a takeover approach (that wasn’t a letter from Jeff Bezzos). However, upon looking at it more closely, I realized it was a standard size Amazon uses — a…
  • The First Photograph John T. Daniels Ever Took Was One of History’s Most Famous

    Rex Hammock
    21 May 2015 | 6:12 pm
    I’m reading (and listening to) David McCullough’s wonderful new book, The Wright Brothers. This isn’t a review, as I’ve only read about one-third of the book. But I’ve read enough to know that anyone who has ever has faced adversity and challenge and ridicule will recognize something familiar in the story. These brothers were from Dayton, Ohio, and funded the venture themselves. And besides, everyone know that no one would ever fly. Why? Because all of the big thinkers of the day said so. The American press had absolutely no interest in — nor belief in…
  • Google Maps Lakeside View

    Rex Hammock
    18 May 2015 | 8:17 pm
    In Nashville, a city that is in the midst of an unprecedented building boom, a prime piece of property has not participated in the boom. Instead, it became first, a giant hole and then, one of the most expensive lakes a person can imagine. However, Google Maps isn’t a person and it had no problem imagining it. Google Maps has spent the past several years codifying the creation of the giant lake on West End Avenue. A six year old post on a real estate blog tells the story up to that point. Since then, there has been another big deal announcement, some more digging, and a deal falling…
  • How would you define your content strategy?

    Rex Hammock
    18 May 2015 | 3:04 pm
    “Content is kind of a wanky term, which we have got to reframe. It’s commoditized, overused and misunderstood. (Our approach is) brand expression, it’s storytelling. What we’re trying to do is be topical, be loved, be endearing, be enduring and always, always try to surprise and delight. That’s the outcome we desire, what keeps us up at night and excited.” Peter McGuinness Chief Marketing Officer, Chobani (via: Digiday) Related posts: Not only am I a content marketer, this is a content marketing blog Great example of the third rule of marketing with content: Keep it simple…
  • Infographics vs. Explanation Graphics; No Contest

    Rex Hammock
    15 May 2015 | 9:00 am
    This week’s Idea Email at looks at the disconnect between the role infographics played during the late 1970s and 1980s and the role played today by what are called infographics. The idea places special emphasis on the use by infographics pioneer Nigel Holmes of the term “explanation graphics.” Quote: “In the past, the term infographics referred to a style of visual storytelling that sought to make the complex simple and the confusing comprehensible. Today, infographics is a term applied to a style of illustration that often displays bullet points of…
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    My Technology Guide: Windows, OS X, Linux, iOS, Android and more

  • Google Chrome Latest Version Download For Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Mobile

    SK Mezanul Haque
    19 May 2015 | 9:30 am
    Google Chrome Team has promoted Chrome 43 to the stable channel for Windows, Mac and Linux. The latest Google Chrome update, Chrome 43.0.2357.65 contains a number of fixes and improvements. You can see the official log about this update here. Chrome 43 includes 37 security fixes, thus making it a highly recommended update. Please see the Chromium security page for more information. 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 and install it automatically. Tip! Bookmark this page for…
  • Firefox 38 Comes With Digital Rights Management (DRM)

    SK Mezanul Haque
    13 May 2015 | 9:11 am
    Mozilla Firefox web browser now comes with built-in Digital Rights Management (DRM) so that users can play DRM-protected HTML5 video/audio without the need of any additional plug-ins. Before the release of Firefox 38, users were unable to play any DRM-protected HTML5 video and audio directly. Thus if a user for instance wanted to use a streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, they had to install the Adobe Flash or Silverlight extension. Now with built-in DRM support the installation of the additional plugins is unnecessary. To offer built-in DRM support Mozilla will use Adobe Primetime, a…
  • Download Firefox 33.1 Update, Features Forget Button, Enhanced Tiles, Privacy Tour, DuckDuckGo Search

    SK Mezanul Haque
    13 May 2015 | 3:30 am
    Mozilla has released the latest update of Firefox web browser. Firefox 38. With Firefox 38, Mozilla added DRM support enabling users to play DRM-protected HTML5 audio and video. If you are a Firefox web browser user it should have automatically updated itself. For automatic updates you need to have Mozilla Maintenance installed. If you like to update Firefox manually, click on the Open Menu button, then on the Question mark icon button. It will opening the About dialog box from the Help menu in the web browser. Firefox Update: What’s New? New tab-based preferences instead of a dialog…
  • Download iOS 8.3 for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Brings Numerous Improvements

    SK Mezanul Haque
    9 Apr 2015 | 7:36 am
    Apple has released iOS 8.3 software update to the App Store on iTunes available for download on supported iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. The latest iOS 8.3 update is the third major release of the iOS 8 mobile operating system. All users running iOS 8.2 or testing the iOS 8.3 Public Beta can update to the final iOS 8.3. How to Download iOS 8.3 Update and Install it Warning! Make sure that your iOS device is charged. If not, you should plug it in before proceeding. During the process your iOS device will be automatically restarted. The update process is simple. All you need to update to iOS 8.3…
  • Windows 10 Build 10049 Available For Download, Includes Spartan Web Browser

    SK Mezanul Haque
    1 Apr 2015 | 6:23 am
    Great news for all Windows Insiders! Microsoft has released Windows 10 build 10049. The latest build that bundles the most anticipated feature, the Spartan web browser. Finally, the wait is over. Windows Insider users can now download the latest Windows 10 build 10049 to test the new web browser. Spartan web browser will replace the now default Internet Explorer web browser. Except the inclusion of Spartan, Windows 10 build 10049 comes with a few bug fixes and improvements. It still does have a few bugs though, which is expected in a test build. With the inclusion of Spartan in build 10049,…
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    Digital Inspiration Technology Blog

  • The Best Websites to Learn Coding Online

    Amit Agarwal
    20 May 2015 | 12:00 am
    The Learn to Code movement has picked up momentum worldwide and that is actually a good thing as even basic programming skills can have a major impact. If you can teach yourself how to write code, you gain a competitive edge over your peers, you can think more algorithmically and thus can tackle problems more efficiently. Don’t just download the latest app, help redesign it. Don’t just play on your phone, program it. — Obama. There’s no reason why shouldn’t know the basics of coding. You can automate tasks, you can program your Excel sheets, improve workflows, you…
  • Make International Phone Calls from your Mobile even without the Internet

    Amit Agarwal
    18 May 2015 | 1:25 am
    How do you make international calls from your mobile phone? Mobile carriers often charge exorbitant rates for international phone calls but you can Internet based services like Skype or Google Hangouts and call any landline or cell phone number in the world for a low per minute fee. All you need is a mobile phone connected to a Wi-Fi hotspot and some credit balance in your account for making the phone call. You can use these VoIP apps when travelling overseas as well and make significant savings for both domestic and international calls. Now consider a scenario where you have a mobile phone…
  • Add Related Posts to WordPress without Affecting Page Speed

    Amit Agarwal
    16 May 2015 | 6:29 am
    It is recommended that you include Related Posts on your blog pages as they help decrease the bounce rate of your site and are good from the SEO perspective. That’s because when you publish a new article, the old content, that was previously hiding in the archives, shows up in the list of related posts and thus gets fresh exposure to both human visitors and search engines. Matt Cutts, in 2010 when Google search results were a collection of 10 blue links, recommended using related posts and the advice is still relevant today in the age on Penguins and Pandas. YARPP, short for Yet Another…
  • How to Monetize Google Maps on your Website with AdSense Ads

    Amit Agarwal
    16 May 2015 | 4:33 am
    You have been using Google AdSense ads to monetize the content of your website but did you know that you can also use the same AdSense program to also monetize any Google Maps that are embedded on your web pages. You can embed a Google Map and AdSense ads will be automatically served inside the map that will either be contextually relevant to the content of the page or targeted based on the location of the visitors. The Google Maps block embedded below contains a rectangular AdSense ad unit placed near the top-center area of the map. Where Am I is another example of a website that embeds…
  • Send Personalized Tweets & DMs in Bulk from a Google Spreadsheet

    Amit Agarwal
    13 May 2015 | 3:43 am
    Introducing Twitter Merge, a new Twitter app that will help you send personalized tweets and direct messages (or DMs) to multiple Twitter users in one-go. You create a template for the tweet, specify a list of Twitter users and the app will take care of the rest. The Twitter Merge app, like Gmail Mail Merge, also runs inside a Google Spreadsheet but instead of emails, this one allows you to send customized tweets and DMs in bulk. Let me share a scenario where such an app may be useful. Say you are a brand and you are trying to organize meetings with Twitter users in various cities on…
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  • US Senate blocks NSA surveillance reform bill

    23 May 2015 | 2:40 am
    The U.S. Senate voted early Saturday to block the USA Freedom Act, a legislation that aimed to put an end to the bulk collection of telephone records by the National Security Agency.It also voted down a bill that would extend to July 31 certain provisions of the Patriot Act, including Section 215, which provides the legal framework for the current NSA phone surveillance program.The Senate, which adjourned Saturday for the Memorial Day weekend, will reconvene on May 31, when it will try to hammer out a deal ahead of the June 1 deadline when the Patriot Act provisions expire, unless…
  • These 20 deep, absorbing PC games will eat days of your life

    22 May 2015 | 2:50 pm
    Built to lastFar too many games these days are built to be played in small bursts: brief encounters, designed for a world with too few hours in the day and too many digital distractions. And that's fine! Blasting through a few rounds of Call of Duty multiplayer, or playing a few run-throughs in Spelunky, is a wonderful way to spend a few minutes.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
  • SoundScoopz could be an inexpensive audio enhancer for flat-panel TVs

    22 May 2015 | 1:59 pm
    The low-tech, low-budget solution redirects sound waves from a TV's down-firing speakers towards the viewer.
  • Five to Try: Hexy Launcher shakes up your app grid, plus the only Sunburn you'll actually enjoy

    22 May 2015 | 12:44 pm
    Here are the new Android apps you need to check out this week.
  • This week in games: Ten-second Doom teaser, EA "reboots" Need for Speed, and more

    22 May 2015 | 12:22 pm
    I could write a lengthy introduction to this week's Missing Pieces. Or I could keep playing Witcher 3.EA reboots Need for Speed, H1Z1 bans 25,000 players, and Bethesda flashes ten-seconds of DOOM at our eye-sockets—this is gaming news for the week of May 18.We can be heroes Blizzard's newbie-friendly MOBA Heroes of the Storm entered open beta this week, meaning you can now play it for free (ahead of its official "launch" on June 2). If you've ever wanted to get into Dota 2 or League of Legends and were too intimidated, this might be a good place to start. Especially since, thanks to the…
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    Data Connections

  • The Dos and Don’ts of Adopting a Big Data Strategy

    Jared Douglas
    22 May 2015 | 8:03 am
    Tony Fisher, Chief Technology Officer, Data Connectivity and Integration, Progress Tony Fisher helps small and mid-sized business get started with their Big Data strategy. Vice President of Data Collaboration and Integration at Progress® DataDirect®, Tony Fisher, has been making rounds on the web recently, talking to writers at Datanami, insideBIGDATA and Forbes. His message? No business is too small to harness Big Data. In fact, effective Big Data strategies need to start small. Don’t Fear Big Data “Big Data” can be a problematic term, especially for small or mid-sized businesses.
  • How to Blend On-Premise Data with Salesforce

    Chris Doran
    20 May 2015 | 4:26 am
    Chris Doran, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Progress Easyl Progress Easyl easily blends on-premise data with Salesforce for business intelligence and analytics. You probably already know that Salesforce is great. Having a unified platform that lets you track customers throughout the sales journey from lead to closing has been a game-changer for organizations in every industry. Despite the flexibility of the platform, however, there is still a ton of data stored in other systems, including on-premise databases like Oracle, and the host of relational such as SQL Server, PostgreSQL and DB2.
  • Igniting Big Data with Spark SQL in a Galaxy Far Away

    Idaliz Baez
    18 May 2015 | 12:03 pm
    Idaliz Baez, Sales Engineer, Progress DataDirect Idaliz Baez explains how to get real-time access to Apache Spark with Progress® DataDirect® and Apache Spark SQL. You might need to be a Jedi to wield “the Force,” but luckily you don’t need special powers to harness the forces of Big Data for business intelligence (BI). In a recent webinar, I talked about how the high-performance data connectivity found in DataDirect technology, in conjunction with Spark SQL, allows streamlined access to your Big Data on Hadoop to help you do real-time analytics more easily. If you…
  • The MongoDB and Cassandra NoSQL BI Roadshow

    Sumit Sarkar
    14 May 2015 | 10:30 am
    Sumit Sarkar, Chief Data Evangelist, Progress DataDirect Sumit Sarkar kicks off his NoSQL evangelism tour this week at the Rittman Mead BI Forum 2015. Progress® DataDirect® is the leading “vendor neutral vendor” for data connectivity for all shapes and sizes of data, including NoSQL data models. Both NoSQL database and business intelligence (BI)/analytics vendors look to us to connect their applications to data and their communities. To spread the word, I’m taking NoSQL for BI on the road, teaching the world how to connect data, people and ISVs, keeping intelligence flowing. Based on…
  • Tomorrow’s Data Preparation Today

    Chris Doran
    13 May 2015 | 7:26 am
    Chris Doran, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Progress Easyl Chris Doran invites you to learn more about the new version of Progress Easyl. Imagine a world where business intelligence doesn’t require you to spend all day poring over spreadsheets; where you can automatically combine SaaS data with on-premise data without asking IT to poke holes in your firewall. A world where you have all the data you need to do your job at your fingertips at all times. Such a world could only exist in science fiction—right? Last month at Oracle’s Modern Marketing Experience, the Progress® Easyl™…
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    Houston Web Design, Social Media, Online Marketing, SEO, Web Development in The Woodlands, Texas

  • 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…
  • Our Team is Growing!

    18 May 2015 | 7:22 am
    Joshua Lemmons The ITVibes team has three new members! Joshua Lemmons is our new Customer Service Specialist.  He has a background in customer support and has a Bachelor of Arts degree in theology.  He will be working with clients as well as with both the Content Management and the Design and Development teams. Vanessa Romero Vanessa Romero is joining Jill Cufr and Lisa Dent on the Development team as a Content Management and SEO Specialist. She, like her team members Jill and Lisa, has a background in both teaching and writing, and has a degree in history out of the University of Texas at…
  • Tech Companies Pitching In

    29 Apr 2015 | 9:09 am
    In the wake of the catastrophic 7.8-magnitude earthquake that occurred in Nepal over the weekend, some of the biggest names in technology are providing help and support. Apple, Google, Facebook, and Twitter (along with telecommunications companies Time Warner, Verizon, and AT&T) are all contributing funds and services to those affected by this horrific event. Apple has teamed up with the American Red Cross and is using its iTunes store to raise funds.  It says that 100% of the donations will be given to the Red Cross to help with the relief efforts.  Twitter is also raising money…
  • Google Going More Mobile Than Ever

    23 Apr 2015 | 7:07 am
    Moving In The Mobile Direction… In addition to changing their search algorithms to give preference to mobile-friendly sites on April 21st (which we discussed in our March 26th post), Google has announced that they are going to be entering into the wireless carrier industry with a new service called Project Fi. It hopes to stand out in two major ways: How it charges customers for service To expand how cellular and wireless connections are delivered Rather than paying a bulk rate for data, as one would with carriers like AT&T and Verizon, users would pay only for data they use. …
  • Mark Zuckerberg Q&A

    17 Apr 2015 | 8:17 am
    Facebook cofounder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg held a question-and-answer session on his website on Tuesday for his users. The questions posed ran the spectrum from the highly relevant to the utterly bizarre; one Facebook user asked him, “If you could be any biscuit, what biscuit would you be?”  Zuckerberg, understandably, chose not to respond to that particular question.  He did, however, address a few hot-topic issues such as net neutrality, his thoughts about whether social media hinder face-to-face communication, and his work with He continues to support Net neutrality,…
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    Lost in Technology

  • 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 –…
  • Rombertik: The Computer Virus That Self Destructs and Destroy Your PC’s MBR

    Nick Fitzpatrick
    9 May 2015 | 11:54 pm
    Rombertik is a new computer virus that can destroy your computer’s Master Boot Record (MBR) if it’s detected or quarantined. This self-destructing virus aims to track your internet browsing activities while stealing important login records such as bank accounts, emails and social media accounts. This unique virus once avoids initial detection installs itself in the appdata folder and clones itself in the startup folder. Once it completes these processes, it replaces itself with an unpacked executable which enables it to embed itself in to the system. Once deeply embedded, the virus runs…
  • Free Windows 10 Upgrade (And Some Features You Should Know About)

    26 Apr 2015 | 8:45 am
    If you have Windows 7, 8 or 8.1 currently installed in your computers, we have some good news: You can upgrade to Windows 10 for free for the first year it is released. There’s no official release date yet, AMD CEO Spilled the beans (Windows 10 release date is probably July this year) but we will surely update this post as soon as the word is out. The recent previews shown by Microsoft did not show much of features (more like cosmetic updates), but let’s face it, we are all just happy that Microsoft is doing something for end users like us. According to 9GAG users Microsoft Finally Fixed…
  • Big Data for The HR Industry

    19 Apr 2015 | 10:18 am
    The word “Big Data” has been thrown around a lot the past couple of years and has now become the new buzzword for 2015. Big data has rapidly made it’s way into the HR industry and people within should embrace it with open arms. According to a 2013 SAS study, more than 1200 businesses that have 100+ staff would have dived into big data analysis by 2018, another survey which was completed by Towers Watson found more than 1000 organizations last year found HR analytics and data to be among one of their top spends. Image Source   Big data is a big deal as far as the HR industry is…
  • EaseUS Todo Backup Free Review

    14 Apr 2015 | 10:08 am
    Here at LostinTechnology, we are very dedicated in looking for programs and software that are suitable for basic and advanced computer users to use. For a while now, we have heard about EaseUS Todo Backup, so we installed this program and tested it out ourselves. Hard Drive Clone Probably one of the most laborious tasks there is when it comes to personal computing is cloning your hard drive manually. Copying one folder to the correct destination one by one does not only consume a lot of time, it may also cause a lot of confusion. When it comes to backing up our computer files we have used the…
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  • Protect Your WordPress Site From Brute Force Attacks

    Pradeep Kumar
    14 May 2015 | 3:32 am
    A brute force attack preys upon your website’s greatest weakness: the people who use it. It doesn’t involve sophisticated SQL injection... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Social Media: What Has It Given Us?

    Pradeep Kumar
    27 Apr 2015 | 9:56 am
    It’s rather strange to cast our minds back ten or fifteen years ago to the time when social media only existed as a breakthrough industry... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Why Manual Outreach Is The Way Forward For SEO

    Pradeep Kumar
    12 Apr 2015 | 10:43 pm
    Building strong SEO for any website remains the best way to bring in new traffic and to help a company bridge the gap between new clients and... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Web Hosting Secret Revealed (WHSR) Review

    HBB | Editorial Staff
    9 Apr 2015 | 12:56 am
    In the time of online marketing, most of the businesses need a reputed website that could enhance their business and make it larger to the world. If... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Online Sites And New Customer Service Trends

    Pradeep Kumar
    30 Mar 2015 | 3:59 am
    Can you remember the tedious old days when a call or trip to a company’s customer service department was more of an exercise in stopping... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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  • Witcher 3 Please Wait Xbox One Bug Fix

    Derek Strickland
    22 May 2015 | 9:48 pm
    Like just about every big AAA release on current-gen consoles, The Witcher 3 has its fair share of launch day woes–this time in the form of annoying glitches that refuse to load the game or even delete your progress. Today we’ll be taking a look at the pesky “please wait” glitch on the Xbox One and some possible solutions that have worked for me, so they might work for you as well. The Problem Everyone familiar with the glitch knows all too well what to expect: when firing up The Witcher 3 you’re stuck at the main menu with a permanently looping “please…
  • Huawei’s IoT OS is 10KB

    Sam Reynolds
    21 May 2015 | 12:14 am
    Huawei (SHE:002502) is fashioning itself to be a major player in the growing internet of things (IoT) sector as the Asia market has proven to be a receptive market for the technology. At the 2015 Network Congress in Beijing, Huawei announced it’s latest product in its IoT lineup: a 10KB OS that will serve as the basic building blocks for future IoT devices. Powered by Linux, the OS, called LiteOS, has the necessary code to enable auto-discovery and auto-networking. Customers would add in the code they need for their device to get it off the ground, as Huawei said that it will be open…
  • Devs Respond To Witcher 3 Downgrade Controversy

    Derek Strickland
    20 May 2015 | 11:40 pm
    Despite being one of the best games in recent memory, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has been marred in the same type of graphics controversies responsible for pulverizing past games like Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs. The final version of Witcher 3 looks markedly different than the remarkable preview footage that was unveiled at VGX 2013, and throughout the game’s development cycle, fans have noticed these disparities and voiced their concerns. Although the game is still amazing even with the changes, many gamers feel they’ve fallen prey to the game industry’s infamous “bait…
  • Windows 10 on Xbox One Preview Timeline Revealed

    Derek Strickland
    20 May 2015 | 9:39 pm
    According to a key company exec, Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) will be rolling out the Windows 10 on Xbox One beta preview sometime after summer. The news comes straight from Xbox division boss Phil Spencer, who affirmed that Xbox One owners will be able to test out various functions of the new Windows 10 OS “post-summer”. @dave125norco It will be post-summer. — Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) May 19, 2015 Although we know it’s coming after summer, no official date has been set for the beta. The Redmond-based tech giant will assuredly unveil more Windows 10 plans during its E3 2015…
  • Bloodborne Expansion Is In The Works, Says Sony

    Derek Strickland
    20 May 2015 | 8:53 pm
    Sony (NYSE: SNE) has plans to expand on their wildly popular PlayStation 4 exclusive Bloodborne with a brand new expansion, a company exec has announced. The news comes right from Shuhei Yoshida, President of Sony Computer Entertainment’s Worldwide Studios, who confirmed Bloodborne‘s DLC via Twitter. Yoshida’s Tweet has since been retweeted some 1300 times in the last few hours. So I have been asked by many people if we are making DLC for Bloodborne. I can say… An expansion is coming. More info later this year. 😀 — Shuhei Yoshida (@yosp) May 21, 2015 From…
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  • Protect Your WordPress Site From Brute Force Attacks

    Pradeep Kumar
    14 May 2015 | 3:32 am
    A brute force attack preys upon your website’s greatest weakness: the people who use it. It doesn’t involve sophisticated SQL injection... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Social Media: What Has It Given Us?

    Pradeep Kumar
    27 Apr 2015 | 9:56 am
    It’s rather strange to cast our minds back ten or fifteen years ago to the time when social media only existed as a breakthrough industry... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Why Manual Outreach Is The Way Forward For SEO

    Pradeep Kumar
    12 Apr 2015 | 10:43 pm
    Building strong SEO for any website remains the best way to bring in new traffic and to help a company bridge the gap between new clients and... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Web Hosting Secret Revealed (WHSR) Review

    HBB | Editorial Staff
    9 Apr 2015 | 12:56 am
    In the time of online marketing, most of the businesses need a reputed website that could enhance their business and make it larger to the world. If... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Online Sites And New Customer Service Trends

    Pradeep Kumar
    30 Mar 2015 | 3:59 am
    Can you remember the tedious old days when a call or trip to a company’s customer service department was more of an exercise in stopping... [[ 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

  • An Affordable Thunderbolt 2 Dock with 4K and Dual Display Support

    Terry White
    6 May 2015 | 9:11 pm
    For years now my MacBook Pro has been my primary computer. Now my only desktop computer is my Mac OS X Server. Having a MacBook Pro doesn’t mean that I don’t have a ton of peripherals that I need to connect. The last thing I want to do when I leave or return from a trip is connect a bunch of cables. That’s where a Thunderbolt 2 dock comes in. Although I’ve used a Belkin one for years now, people are always asking for a lower priced alternative. Elgato has created one the fits the bill nicely. For a hundred dollars less than the competition you still get 2 Thunderbolt 2…
  • Why You Should Enable Dual Redundancy on Your Drobo

    Terry White
    5 May 2015 | 9:11 pm
    Like you, my data is very important to me. I have several backups and offsite cloud backups too. In my home office I use a Drobo 5D connected to my Mac OS X Server as well as a second Drobo 5N to backup the Drobo 5D. The whole reason to have a Drobo is so that if one of your hard drives fail your data will be protected and you can just keep working. You’ll probably replace the failed drive with a larger one since larger drives come out every year. The one thing we don’t really think about is what happens if two drives fail at the same time? Normally this means you’re screwed…
  • A Behind The Scenes Look: LIVE broadcast of my Piedmont Park sunset shoot

    Terry White
    4 May 2015 | 9:11 pm
    It’s always fun to get out and shoot on my free time. Now with the Periscope App it’s easier than ever to invite people to watch live. This past weekend I did a live broadcast from my sunset shoot at Piedmont Park in Atlanta Georgia. I had over 100 people watching my short broadcast. With Periscope the broadcasts can be uploaded for replay for a 24 hour period. After that they are pretty much history. Sure Periscope allows you to save the video to your camera roll, but that video doesn’t include any of the comments or interactions (hearts) you received during your broadcast.
  • Review: Elgato Avea iPhone, iPad & Apple Watch Controlled LED Lightbulb

    Terry White
    3 May 2015 | 9:11 pm
    I love home automation products. My first X10 remote controlled lights date back to the early 1980’s. Long before smartphones and bluetooth wireless. I always thought it was cool to be able to remote control several lights, appliances, etc. all from one control pad or timer module. I haven’t looked that the advancements that closely over the years, but when the Elgato Avea came across my review desk I was excited. The Avea Dynamic Mood Light is a 7W bluetooth controlled LED lightbulb. Unlike other products on the market this one doesn’t require a network connection or any…
  • A Fast Thunderbolt/USB 3 Portable SSD

    Terry White
    29 Apr 2015 | 9:11 pm
    You can never have too much storage and fast external storage is even better. A few years back I bought the first Elgato External SSD and my only complaint with it was the fact that it only had a single Thunderbolt port. That pretty much killed the use that I thought I would have for it which was to boot from it during certain presentations. Since the MacBook Pros back then only had one Thunderbolt port I couldn’t connect the drive and an external display/projector at the same time. Fast forward to today and the NEW Elgato Thunderbolt Drive + and while we still get a single Thunderbolt…
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  • Michelle Duggar Against ‘LGBT’ People, Called Them ‘Child Predators,’ Own Son Josh Duggar Molested Children

    Kimberly Ripley
    22 May 2015 | 7:04 pm
    Michelle Duggar of 19 Kids and Counting fame has a long history of speaking out against LGBT people. She has referred to them before as child predators. Meanwhile, she had a child predator living within her very own family. What’s wrong with this story? Josh Duggar–the eldest of the 19 Kids and Counting brood–molested several young girls when he was a teen. Fox News reports that four of them were his own sisters. Just about a year ago, Michelle Duggar recorded a robocall saying if ‘equal protection laws were passed for LGBT people in Fayetteville, Arkansas, their…
  • Jinger Duggar: Was She Among ’19 Kids and Counting’ Sibling Josh Duggar’s Molestation Victims?

    Kimberly Ripley
    22 May 2015 | 6:33 pm
    Jinger Duggar is the fourth in line of the 19 Kids and Counting daughters. This no doubt has some wondering if she was among the siblings Josh Duggar reportedly molested as a teenager. Fox News reports that Josh Duggar sexually molested four of his female siblings and had one non-relative female victim. Might Jinger Duggar, Jana Duggar, Jill Duggar Dillard, and Jessa Duggar Seewald have been among his victims? Jinger Duggar is especially close to sister Jessa, and reportedly had a really hard time when Jessa flew the coop last November, marrying Ben Seewald. Jessa Duggar Seewald and her…
  • Michelle Duggar ‘Child Predator’ Message Comes Back to Haunt 19 Kids & Counting

    Mike Tuttle
    22 May 2015 | 3:51 pm
    Michelle Duggar, matriarch to the 19 Kids and Counting brood, may have to eat her own words. Last year, Michelle Duggar lent her considerable celebrity to a campaign to help defeat the rights of transgender persons to use public bathrooms with which they identify. In a robocall that went out in the Fayetteville, Arkansas area, Michelle Duggar said: “The Fayetteville City Council is voting on an ordinance this Tuesday night that would allow men – yes I said men – to use women’s and girls’ restrooms, locker rooms, showers, sleeping areas and other areas that are designated for…
  • Jana Duggar: Was She One of the ’19 Kids and Counting’ Siblings Molested by Josh Duggar?

    Kimberly Ripley
    22 May 2015 | 3:37 pm
    Jana Duggar is the oldest of the 19 Kids and Counting daughters, leaving some to wonder if she was one of the siblings Josh Duggar reportedly molested. The reports about Josh’s Duggar’s molestations from several years back are running rampant–both online and on broadcast news programs today. The disappointment and disgust shared by the public has prompted TLC to pull 19 Kids and Counting from its lineup. Jana Duggar, Jill Duggar Dillard, Jessa Duggar Seewald, and Jinger Duggar are the four older Duggar daughters. Might all four girls have been among Josh Duggar’s…
  • Cara Delevingne Aims at Acting After Video with Karlie Kloss [Pics and Vid]

    Mike Tuttle
    22 May 2015 | 2:32 pm
    Cara Delevingne has been bitten by the acting bug. Who knew that a Taylor Swift video could change a girl’s life? Cara Delevingne turned heads when she appeared recently in the video to Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood,” where she was joined by Karlie Kloss and a cast of supermodels and superstars that must have emptied Swift’s Rolodex. Cara Delevingne herself starred as Mother Chucker, a nunchuku expert. Other big names who filled out the cast of the much-ballyhooed video include: Hailee Steinfeld as The Trinity Jessica Alba as Domino Hayley Williams as The Crimson…
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  • Users will be Able to Dial STD Numbers Without Prefix of 0

    Arpit Verma
    21 May 2015 | 10:37 pm
    In the attempt to completely comply by the MNP policies set by TRAI, the telecom operators have begun rolling out an update where the users will be now able to make STD calls from their mobile device without having to include the prefix of +91 or 0. The update has now started rolling out and it has been reported that the users on the network of Airtel from Maharashtra and Delhi are already experiencing this as calls are going through without the need of 0 or +91, which has certainly simplified calling and enhanced the entire experience. On the contrary, Vodafone users are still struggling and…
  • Apple Planning to Move on From Helvetica Neue Font on iOS and OSX

    Arpit Verma
    20 May 2015 | 10:42 pm
    Apple has been using the Helvetica Neue font both for its desktops and mobile devices. Both OSX 10.10 and iOS 8 come with Helvetica Neue pre-installed as default fonts though that could well be about to change. According to a report in 9to5Mac, Apple is all but set to move away from the long term relationship with Helvetica and replace the font with San Francisco in iOS 9 and OSX 10.11. The San Francisco typeface has been used on the Apple Watch already and largely has been credited to have been cleaner and sleeker font on smaller displays as compared to Helvetica. It is due to this easy…
  • Karma is Your One Stop Shop to Know Online Reputation of a Person

    Arpit Verma
    19 May 2015 | 11:12 pm
    We are living in a digital world dominated by digital characters. And sometimes it becomes imperative to find out a little bit more about these digital characters. It could simply be because of the fact that we want to interact with them on a regular basis or just need a quick background check before we indulge in them in some sort of a conversation or even monetary exchange on the likes of say Ebay. Currently, it is convenient to simply go ahead and search for the person and stalk him around on Facebook or Twitter or even on the complaint forums to see the feedback though unless you read…
  • LG Announces the LG G4 Stylus and LG G4c

    Arpit Verma
    18 May 2015 | 8:43 pm
    Following the strategy of last year, where they announced a couple of scaled-down models of their flagship smartphones, LG has announced that their latest flagship that is the G4 is set to undergo the same treatment so as to offer a wider range of products in the market. This is exactly where the LG G4 Stylus and LG G4c which were announced yesterday fit in. The LG G4 Stylus, as the name suggests is very similar to utility ink of a Note 4, and comes with a 5.7 inch display while the LG G4c where c stands for compact comes with a smaller 5 inch screen, when compared to the 5.5 inch display of…
  • Watch GE’s 3D Printed Jet Engine Fire

    Arpit Verma
    17 May 2015 | 9:44 pm
    General Electric happens to be one of the leading players when it comes to engines in the Aerospace Industry. Along with, Pratt and Whitney and Rolls Royse, the triumvirate form the key propulsion core of pretty much every major passenger aircraft out there. GE has been in the past experimenting with the whole 3D fad to come up with an engine that could eventually replace out the metallic bodies, maybe in the future. We have seen several aviation parts in the past being manufactured using 3D printers, especially the non-load carrying components like the fairings. The most recent development…
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  • 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.
  • How to Find Free Images For WordPress Blog – Images WordPress Plugin

    29 Dec 2014 | 4:29 pm
    One of the problems faced by Online Marketers today is to find quality images for their WordPress sites.The issue with "stealing" imagesImage scraping is a very serious offense. It infringes on people’s rights, violates their privacy, abuses their work and may likely expose you to unwanted legal action. This can potentially set you back from a couple hundred to thousands of dollars. Plus the time constraints and other affects it will have on your business. Many of us have either been victims of this or know someone who has. ImageSuite provides you with a simple solution so that you will…
  • Responsive Landing Pages and Opt-in Pages - Mobile Ready

    14 Dec 2014 | 12:20 am
    InstaBuilder 2.0 Review Demo. Build Responsive and Mobile Ready Landing Pages and Opt-in Pages.Responsive Landing Pages and Opt-in PagesYou Can Now Build Virtually Any Page In Just Minutes... Opt-in Pages,Sales Pages,Upsell Pages,Webinar Pages,Launch Pages,Bonus Pages,JV Pages,Thank You Pages,Survey Pages  Coming Soon Pages  Legal Pages  And Much More...Slick User Interface With Easy Drag & Drop TechnologyWe eliminated all the technical obstacles so developing your very own pages is now an enjoyable and amazing experience! Our fluid Drag & Drop Editor lets you…
  • Singapore 2014 EY Entrepreneur Of The Year Launched!

    8 Dec 2014 | 12:45 am
    If you know of individuals who are deserving of the award, nominate them today at
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    TechChunks: Latest Technology Tips, Gadgets, SEO, Blogging, Social Media

  • 7 Ways Modern Technology Influenced Video Games Industry

    18 May 2015 | 1:36 am
    A quick look at modern day video games, and it becomes evident how much impact technology has had on how we experience gaming today. Just about two decades ago, the 16-bit graphics of the Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis were the most popular consoles. While gameplay was still quite entertaining on those systems, it was the graphics that left too much to be desired. Enter 2015, however, and everything has changed; thanks to the technological advancements and availability of modern gaming consoles. In fact, today’s Game Studios are on the verge of unlocking the true potential of the…
  • Top 5, Best, FREE Android Games in 2015

    16 May 2015 | 5:39 am
    If you are an avid gamer, it can be a daunting task trying to search the Google Play Store to find some top quality Android games. Android game app selection has long been considered as second rate compared to the vast range of quality game apps available for iOS, but thankfully that’s no longer the case. With plenty of top quality titles from reputed gaming studios making their way to the Google PlayStore, things are changing rapidly. But if you are looking for some truly FREE Android games, things become bit tricky! Now that the Play Store clearly distinguishes between…
  • SSD Buying Guide: Which SSD is Right for Your Computer?

    7 May 2015 | 6:01 am
    Wondering How to Buy an SSD (Solid State Drive)? The traditional hard disk drive (HDD) has been common in consumer desktops since the time of the first personal computers in the 1980s. HDDs consist of a mechanical arm that seeks across a metal disk to find and store data. Unfortunately, mechanical parts mean that hard drives are often the first components to wear out in a computer, while the rate of data retrieval is limited by mechanical realities. In contrast, solid state drives (SSDs) have no moving parts and rapidly store data using electronic means. Technological advances have finally…
  • Technology Behind Pinhole Glasses

    Tom Boggle
    6 May 2015 | 3:58 am
    How do Pinhole glasses (spectacles, eyeglasses or sunglasses) work? Pinhole glasses are modern technology miracles as they allow people with blurry vision to see clear objects without the need of prescription lenses and glasses. They are an alternative to corrective glasses and can be used to improve vision and sight. The design and shape of pinhole glasses is similar to normal frames, with one small difference, the pinhole glasses have tiny holes in the lenses. The pinholes are made of an opaque sheet that has tiny holes on it, and is attached to frames. They can be worn like normal glasses.
  • Should You Buy Lumia 640 and 640XL?

    2 May 2015 | 10:37 pm
    You can call Lumia Smartphones ‘underdogs’ of smartphone industry. Their sales, compared to Apple’s and Samsung’s are fewer. Despite the mighty Microsoft and the Windows backing it up, Lumia’s share in the market barely touches 3 percent mark. But don’t be fooled with their share of pie. The new smartphones in series, Lumia 640 and 640 XL are one of the best budget smartphones released by Microsoft. These phones feature a size of 5.7 inches (XL) and runs on some impressive piece of hardware. But it all comes down to whether it’s the phone for you – should you buy it? Here, I…
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    Trending Technologies | TripleTremelo

  • LG G4 does support Quick Charge 2.0

    Adeel Inam
    13 May 2015 | 7:52 am
    Earlier, it was reported that despite featuring a Snapdragon 808 SoC, LG’s flagship smartphone, the LG G4 did not support the company’s Quick Charge 2.0 feature. Quick Charge 2.0 allows smartphone users to charge their mobile devices instantly after plugging them in the power outlet for a short period of time (60 percent charge in just 30 minutes). Now, the latest news coming in states that the South Korean tech firm’s handset does in fact support the handy charging feature. Satisfying the necessary hardware specifications in order to support the rapid charging feature in only part of…
  • Oppo R7 Plus hardware specifications leaked

    Adeel Inam
    13 May 2015 | 7:45 am
    Earlier, it was reported that Oppo R7 would feature MediaTek MT6752 inside its housing along with a bezelless design and 3 GB of RAM. Now, the company plans on announcing a phablet sized variant of R7, named R7 Plus. According to a source, R7 Plus is going to feature a massive 5.9 inch screen size that will be radiating the 1080p resolution. In order to provide more battery life and reduce overall production costs of the smartphone, Oppo chose not to use the 1440p resolution, which is present in nearly all high-end smartphones these days. In addition, R7 Plus is going to feature a better…
  • Yahoo finally updates Flickr

    Nidhi Mathew
    13 May 2015 | 7:39 am
    Yahoo’s photo sharing service Flickr finally gets the much needed update. The update enables users to upload photos and share them in a more efficient and convenient manner as compared to the older version. Users can now upload and share photos using their computers and mobile phones in fewer steps as compared to the previous version. The company is aiming at making photo sharing easier and user friendly so users can take advantage of the features. Users can now edit and navigate the date and time of images in simple steps. The new update will also allow users to find and sort pictures…
  • Office 2016 available in preview for Windows

    Nidhi Mathew
    13 May 2015 | 7:31 am
    Microsoft is known to stay in the news for its launches, its upgrades, and its new inventions. This time Microsoft is in the news for its latest announcement on Office 2016 Preview. Just a few days ago, the first look of Mac OS was launched and now Microsoft has announced the release date of the first preview of its Office 2016. The Office 2016 Preview comes with a great hope to all Windows users as it is slated to be compatible with all operating systems of Microsoft from Windows 7 onwards. Microsoft has decided on a new strategy to promote this new launch. Here’s what they intend to do.
  • Meizu M1 Note 2 detailed specifications announced

    Adeel Inam
    12 May 2015 | 8:57 am
    Meizu, a Chinese smartphone maker, plans on announcing the successor of its 5.5 inch smartphone M1 Note with M1 Note 2. According to a source, M1 Note 2 is going to feature MediaTek’s MT6735 SoC, which will most likely perform lower in performance compared to MT6752 featured in M1 Note, and Lenovo K3 Note (the chipset is much faster compared to Snapdragon 801 present in OnePlus One). However, another source claims that M1 Note 2 will feature MediaTekHelio X20, more commonly referred to as MT6797, which should be Meizu’s intention to incorporate seeing as how M1 Note 2 is going to…
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    NuRelm » The Manual

  • 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…
  • Power to the Mommypreneur!

    Sam Shaaban
    4 May 2015 | 4:06 pm
    As Mother’s Day approaches, NuRelm is proud to partner with PrestaShop to support inspired mommys who need help turning their ecommerce idea into a profitable and sustainable home-based business. This comes in the form of a business plan contest of sorts that provides the winner with all the tools they need to get started selling online.  The contest was inspired by an awesome NuRelm client, Abby Kellett, owner of Gretel Home. Here’s to all the intrepid moms out there with great ideas.  Good luck!
  • Welcome Kevin Dadey!

    Mona McGraw
    1 Apr 2015 | 1:13 pm
    We are excited to welcome to the NuRelm family our long time friend and business associate, veteran Pittsburgh entrepreneur, and project manager extraordinaire, Kevin Dadey. Kevin is a graduate of IUP, where he earned a BA in Fine Arts, as well as the Art Institute of Pittsburgh where he received extensive training in Graphic Design Technologies. Kevin has been an integral player in the Pittsburgh creative marketing scene since the late 1970s. With past experience as owner of Ovation Media, and in roles such as creative director, and director of online course production, Kevin has honed his…
  • NuRelm Welcomes ISEA

    Kevin Dadey
    27 Feb 2015 | 9:11 am
    Since 1933 The International Safety Equipment Association or ISEA, has been dedicated to support and promote the common business interests of its member companies who design, test, manufacture and distribute personal protective safety equipment and technologies that enable people to work in hazardous environments. ISEA member companies have set the standard for technologies and equipment for protective clothing and gear used in factories, construction sites, hospitals and clinics, farms, schools, laboratories, emergency response teams and in the home. Recently, ISEA selected NuRem to…
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  • Microsoft Hyperlapse app adds more support for Android devices

    Nicole Batac
    22 May 2015 | 6:35 pm
    Microsoft updated its Hyperlapse beta app on Android to add more devices it can support. It now works on Motorola Moto X, Motorola Moto G (first and second generation), and the Samsung Galaxy S4, and Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4. The prerequisite bug fixes are also in this update. This Hyperlapse app is similar to the one Instagram released. It lets you create sped up, steady video of your many adventures. And since Instagram hasn’t released their version yet, the Microsoft one is the next best thing to use. Source: Droid Life
  • Google tipped to include fingerprint authentication to Android ‘M’

    Nicole Batac
    22 May 2015 | 6:07 pm
    With Google I/O less than a week away, rumours have been going around that Google plans to unveil the latest iteration of its mobile operating system Android M at the developer’s conference. One of the reports claim that Google plans to integrate native fingerprint authentication into the OS. So, if you use an Android M device, it’ll have a built-in fingerprint reader. This will help out device manufacturers who want to make use of the technology for their upcoming devices even if they don’t have a history of making fingerprint readers. We just have to wait a bit to see if…
  • Shazam comes to Android Wear

    Nicole Batac
    22 May 2015 | 5:21 pm
    Great news for Android Wear users who use Shazam. The app is now optimized to work with your wearable devices. Now, you can also see who’s playing with just two taps. These songs will be added to your My Shazam and My Shazam Tracks playlists. It can even display lyrics right from your wrist. And since the app has been optimized for Android Lollipop, you’ll see the Material Design elements implemented here. Source: Shazam | Via: Android Community | Download: Google Play Store (Free)
  • YouTube introduces 60fps HD livestreams

    Nicole Batac
    22 May 2015 | 7:06 am
    YouTube is taking on Twitch with its latest feature—60 frames-per-second HD livestream support. The streaming video site now supports livestreams at 60fps for 720p and 1080p resolutions. It makes use of YouTubes HTML5 player, which lets viewers see previously recorded portions of the streams in 1.5x or 2x speed if they want to. YouTube will knock down the frame rate to 30fps if your device can’t support 60fps. These kinds of videos are already up on YouTube but you can’t really tell if the stream your watching is using this frame rate. PCWorld suggests games like…
  • Google rumoured to be building Internet of Things OS

    Nicole Batac
    22 May 2015 | 6:56 am
    Rumours are going around that Google plans to enter the Internet of Things space with an operating system of their own. Called “Brillo,” the OS will reportedly only need as little as 32MB or 64MB of RAM to function, which is a departure from the 512MB needed by Android. If there is any truth behind these rumours, this will help out OEMs who no longer need to design IoT communication schemes. This will also give Google a great position as backbone of the future smart homes. Next week’s I/O Developers Conference should clarify if there’s any truth to these reports.
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  • Hotspot Shield VPN for Android – Detailed Review & Giveaway

    Cosmic Paladin
    21 May 2015 | 12:11 am
    Internet is becoming more and more widely available especially in emerging countries and more and more people now make use of public Wi-Fi offerings, more so when they are on the move say hopping across countries, or for that matter everyday travel and so on. While it is a good thing to make use of it to save some cost it can also be a very dangerous proposition when venturing into a 3rd party Wi-Fi zone as you never know what would lurk into your work or who is tapping into all of the incoming and outgoing information! Even with the normal data connections on your phone you never know who is…
  • Teewe 2 Media Streaming Dongle launched at Rs. 2,399

    Cosmic Paladin
    20 May 2015 | 7:56 am
    Google Chromecast is a HDMI streaming device and digital media player which is very popular. But there are other smart players in the market too who are trying to make a mark taking on Google by doing some innovative developments. One such company is MangoMan consumer electronics from India’s silicon city Bengaluru. Last year we saw the release of their first HDMI media streaming device in the form of Teewe (pronounced TV – simple ain’t it?) and they are following that up with a successor “Teewe 2” which was launched yesterday. Teewe 2.0 is priced at Rs.
  • Meizu finally launches M1 Note in India at 11999 INR [Features 5.5″ Full HD display & Dual SIM support]

    Cosmic Paladin
    19 May 2015 | 9:31 pm
    Meizu! not sure how many of you would even recognize this brand name but for many who’ve been following companies like Xiaomi, OnePlus and such they’d know this is one of the better brands coming in from China who look at providing well designed phones with a customized Android skin at a very competitive price and have been competing with Xiaomi since a long time in their home turf. Their flagship MX4 Pro garnered lots of attention and so did their other phones in the entry level and phablets. So now they are all set to compete with other players in India and in doing, have…
  • ZTE launches its Nubia brand in India with Z9 Mini at 16,999 INR – takes on Xiaomi, Honor and likes

    Cosmic Paladin
    19 May 2015 | 12:22 am
    While many companies like Xiaomi and Lenovo have taken the online-sales-only model, there are other companies  who have spun off a separate brand that will go that route. Huawei has done that with their Honor brand and ZTE has done that with its Nubia brand. This helps them cut on marketing and other costs and provide some wicked awesome specs loaded into a phone at rock bottom prices. India has become a key market for most of the smartphone makers and especially the ones that are coming from China! OnePlus, Xiaomi, Meizu et all have clearly indicated that. Today, ZTE has officially…
  • Xiaomi Powerbank vs OnePlus Powerbank – Battle of the solid performers

    Cosmic Paladin
    17 May 2015 | 1:38 am
    With a rising demand for power banks, more and more smartphone makers are releasing their own power banks and some have done that in multiple capacities! We saw that Sony was one of the first to do it, then came Xiaomi to offer some decent ones at rock bottom prices and then the OnePlus, ASUS, Honor and so on. With so many offerings out there, it is such a daunting task to pick and choose the right one! Many of us have phones and tablets made by many different OEMs and we look to get power banks that will be suitable with most of the devices we have. We’ve used the Xiaomi 10400 mAh…
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    Monday Note

  • Firing Well

    Jean-Louis Gassée
    17 May 2015 | 1:07 pm
    by Jean-Louis Gassée Ending a work relationship needn’t be complicated or traumatic. It can be done in a sane and respectful way if a clean framework is set up at hiring time. In an August, 2012 Monday Note titled The HR-Less Performance Review I described a sane, humane way for an employer to conduct the dreaded Performance Review. The script is simple: Your performance meets or exceeds requirements. You get to keep your job. Your salary increase is x%. When you’re ready, allow me to offer a few observations and suggestions that could help improve your performance and our relationship:…
  • Three Slides? You’re Nuts! OK. How About Seven?

    Jean-Louis Gassée
    11 May 2015 | 3:25 am
    by Jean-Louis Gassée In practice, the three slide pitch may be impossibly concise. This week, we’ll look at the seven slide variation. After last week’s Monday Note, Three Slides Then Shut Up – The Art of The Pitch, I was subjected to a bit of email ribbing. My honorable correspondents, many of them entrepreneurs themselves, questioned my rationality, insisting that it’s psychologically and emotionally impossible for entrepreneurs to be so boldly concise as to limit their presentations to three slides. Indeed, how many three-slide presentations had I actually seen in a decade+ of…
  • Circa: What went wrong

    Frédéric Filloux
    4 May 2015 | 12:23 am
    by Frederic Filloux Circa, the clever smartphone news app, failed to live up to its promises. The fiasco stems from the smartphone advertising market’s inherent weakness, from Circa’s inability to catch up with evolving reading habits, and from an insufficient editorial proposition.  In mid-2013, many were praising Circa. The app was kind of unique at the time (see this Monday Note about it); it was built on a clever news flow rearrangement, truncated for faster reading; quotes were pulled out, sources listed apart in a precise manner. Circa gave readers the ability to follow-up on a…
  • Three Slides Then Shut Up – The Art Of The Pitch

    Jean-Louis Gassée
    4 May 2015 | 12:19 am
    by Jean-Louis Gassée This week, we look at pitches, at the stories entrepreneurs tell investors. The best pitches aren’t really pitches. Dumping one’s entire body of knowledge on easily bored investors won’t help. The best pitch is one that quickly moves from monologue to conversation. The First 70 Minutes of The Hour. When, in 2002, I was invited to join the ranks of venture investors by Barry Weinman, my Gentleman Capitalist mentor, I voiced a concern: I didn’t want to go blind looking at PowerPoint presentations for the rest of my life. Gentleman that he is, Barry didn’t — and…
  • Featured On Tim Cook’s Keynote – What It Takes

    Frédéric Filloux
    26 Apr 2015 | 10:54 am
    by Frederic Filloux At last October’s introduction of the new iPad Air, the creators of a clever iOS app named Replay were invited on stage. To get there, they went through a selection process that illustrates Apple’s perfectionism — and hidden application sophistication. In September 2014, while at the Stupeflix Paris office, Nicolas Steegmann got a call from Apple in Cupertino. Once the caller identified herself, Nicolas knew something up. The contact came after Stupeflix presentations to Apple’s team in Paris. In rather elliptic terms, Steegman’s interlocutor said…
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  • Free Gift Cards, Games & Design Tools: 5 Sites with Great Giveaways

    Justin Pot
    22 May 2015 | 9:30 pm
    Free’s always good, right? If you’re willing to spend some time online, you can find all sorts of things for free. And we love pointing this out. We’ve shown you some obscure tips over the years, like using IFTTT to be notified of freebies or how to get free stuff from Amazon. Today, Cool Websites and Apps is going to show you few more great sources for free stuff. There’s an app with contests, and four sites that offer everything from free indie games to design and audio files. Let’s get started! ClaimIt (iOS, Android coming soon): Contests and Giveaways,…
  • What You Need to Know to Make Your Brand Stand Out on Social Media

    Dave LeClair
    22 May 2015 | 7:30 pm
    So you’re starting your own business. That’s awesome! It can be a scary journey, but should you make the right moves and perhaps get a little bit lucky, it could be the most rewarding thing you’ve ever done. Now you need to get word about your brand out there. How should you do it? Jumping on social media is a great place to begin. But for that to work, you need to make sure you understand each of the different social networks. What works on Facebook won’t work on Twitter. Strategies used on LinkedIn are different from those on Pinterest....Read the full article: What…
  • 20 Year Old Bug Breaks Internet Encryption: How To Tell if Your Browser is Affected

    Andre Infante
    22 May 2015 | 2:00 pm
    A novel encryption bug has surfaced recently, which could pose a threat to online privacy. Dubbed “LogJam,” the bug occurs in the TSL (the Transport Security Layer), an encryption protocol used to authenticate servers and conceal the contents of secure web activity (like your bank login). The bug allows a man-in-the-middle attacker to force your browser, and the server it’s connected to, to use a weak form of encryption which is vulnerable to brute-force attacks. This is related to the ‘FREAK’ vulnerability discovered and patched earlier this year. These bugs…
  • The Ongoing War Against Stolen Tweets, And How You Can Help

    Mihir Patkar
    22 May 2015 | 12:00 pm
    People are getting job offers and recognition for their tweets – it’s time to get serious about plagiarism on Twitter. Twitter is important enough that everyone needs it, yet you probably don’t realize how many tweets in your timeline are copied from someone else’s thoughts. And even if you do, you might, “What’s the big deal? It’s just Twitter.” Turns out, it is a big deal. Those 140 characters matter. Why Stolen Tweets Are Important Your tweets are your work; you should get credit for them. Twitter provides simple ways for others to share your…
  • Celebrating 25 Years of Microsoft Solitaire: The History, Rules & a Tournament

    Matthew Hughes
    22 May 2015 | 11:30 am
    If I was to ask you to think of a timeless computer game, what immediately springs to mind? Perhaps the ultra-violent Doom, or Age of Empires, or even Tomb Raider? How about Microsoft Solitaire? Solitaire – the preserve of procrastinating office workers and bored housewives – is celebrating its 25th anniversary, and Microsoft is commemorating it by bringing an updated version of the game to Windows 10, and a no-holds-barred group tournament. It’s an iconic game; one that’s shipped on hundreds of millions of computers, with billions of games played. But why has…
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  • 20 Pricing Tables That Will Make You Click

    Igor Ovsyannykov
    21 May 2015 | 10:33 pm
    If it has anything to do with money, you just have to get it right. This is an important thought to remember when you’re designing that pricing table on any website. Remember, everybody wants value for their money. They want to know that they’re spending it in the right place, and for the right reasons. An effective pricing table can make any potential customer realize that as you help them look beyond the price and focus more on what they get out of the deal. Making That Price Count Money is still money, no matter how you look at it. Even if you’re looking for something of high…
  • Top 10 Hipster Fonts

    Nir Barlev
    20 May 2015 | 10:47 pm
    The term “hipster” conjures different thoughts in different people. For some, plaid button-ups and well-trimmed beards spring to mind. For others, retro authenticity and trendy coffee shops are the hallmarks of this iconic style. Either way, the hipster ideals are in full force in just about any creative industry these days. We here at Webydo are all about helping creative folks create and use their imagination when designing for the web. So, if you’re craving a touch of hipster style in your designs, go ahead and give these fonts a try! Chunk Large and in charge, this font…
  • Design a Perfect Hipster Logo with These 25 Bundles

    Igor Ovsyannykov
    19 May 2015 | 10:22 pm
    Logo creation can sometimes be a long and difficult process. Sometimes, finding all the right elements which blend perfectly well with each other can be extra challenging particularly when you don’t have a theme to go on with. In recent years, a cool and trendy way to come up with logos is to come up with the hipster effect. What’s “hipster” anyway? By definition, a “hipster” is used to refer to someone who uses the latest trends as well as the latest fashion. Someone who is updated with all of the hottest things and at the same time, being able to dress fashionably can be called…
  • 30 Logo Designs That Choose Beauty Over Simplicity

    Igor Ovsyannykov
    18 May 2015 | 10:05 pm
    No matter what kind of business you have, your logo will always be one of the things that will matter the most when it comes to brand marketing. Your logo is the one thing that will stick to the minds of your target market, even if they cannot remember the name at first. It’s something that will carry your name and will give people a general idea of what your organization is all about. This is what makes your logo important. It’s not just the design itself, but the way that your corporate values are embedded into it. Each aspect has to represent something that your business stands for,…
  • 10 Extravagant Airbnb Rentals You Will Want to Stay At

    Igor Ovsyannykov
    17 May 2015 | 10:11 pm
    If you’re a frequent vacationer or a first-time traveler, it’s likely possible that you may have heard about Airbnb. This revolutionary and social-loving website connects people who have a property to rent with travelers looking for a place to stay. The options Airbnb provide range from a spare room in a villa to a full access to an entire house. The choices are so varied that in some countries, you can actually rent a private island for you and your travel buddies. Airbnb, a site that started in 2008, has elevated the “room for rent” business to something more with its offers of…
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    Technology News from SciGuru Science News

  • This Slinky lookalike “hyperlens” helps us see tiny objects

    22 May 2015 | 11:01 am
    It looks like a Slinky suspended in motion. Yet this photonics advancement – called a metamaterial hyperlens – doesn’t climb down stairs. Instead, it improves our ability to see tiny objects. Described in a research paper published today by the journal Nature Communications, the hyperlens may someday help detect some of the most lethal forms of cancer.
  • Tuning light waves by pairing two exotic 2-D materials

    20 May 2015 | 7:07 am
    Researchers have found a way to couple the properties of different two-dimensional materials to provide an exceptional degree of control over light waves. They say this has the potential to lead to new kinds of light detection, thermal-management systems, and high-resolution imaging devices.
  • Translating thought to print: Researchers explore mechanics of silk

    15 May 2015 | 6:36 am
    Spider silk has long been noted for its graceful structure, as well as its advanced material properties: Ounce for ounce, it is stronger than steel. MIT research has explained some of the material’s mysteries, which could help design synthetic resources that mimic the extraordinary properties of natural silk. Now, scientists at MIT have developed a systematic approach to research its...
  • MIT engineers hand “cognitive” control to underwater robots

    8 May 2015 | 8:24 am
    For the last decade, scientists have deployed increasingly capable underwater robots to map and monitor pockets of the ocean to track the health of fisheries, and survey marine habitats and species. In general, such robots are effective at carrying out low-level tasks, specifically assigned to them by human engineers — a tedious and time-consuming process for the engineers.
  • MIT Energy Initiative releases report on the future of solar energy

    5 May 2015 | 8:55 am
    Solar energy holds the best potential for meeting humanity’s future long-term energy needs while cutting greenhouse gas emissions — but to realize this potential will require increased emphasis on developing lower-cost technologies and more effective deployment policy, says a comprehensive new study, titled “The Future of Solar Energy,” released today by the MIT Energy...
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    Top News - MIT Technology Review

  • Firefox Maker Battles to Save the Internet—and Itself

    21 May 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Mozilla helped an open Web flourish in the 2000s. Now it’s struggling to play a meaningful role on mobile devices.In Silicon Valley, most pioneers pursue big ideas and giant personal fortunes with equal zeal. Then there’s Mozilla, an innovation dynamo that refuses to get rich.
  • Internet of Farm Things

    20 May 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Companies are competing to turn data into advice on how to farm better, and attracting investments from the likes of Google Ventures and Monsanto.For more on how technology is changing food, please read our upcoming Business Report, High-Tech Food Chain, this coming Tuesday.
  • Oculus Rift Hack Transfers Your Facial Expressions onto Your Avatar

    19 May 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Facebook teams with researchers to transfer your smiles and frowns into virtual reality.Virtual reality is set to get a vital dash of social reality.
  • Leaderless Bitcoin Struggles to Make Its Most Crucial Decision

    18 May 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Bitcoin’s most influential developer has proposed a controversial fix that would help it handle more transactions.In a test of Bitcoin’s ability to adapt to its own growing popularity, the Bitcoin community is facing a dilemma: how to change Bitcoin’s core software so that the growing volume of transactions doesn’t overwhelm the network. Some fear that the network, as it’s currently designed, could become overwhelmed as early as next year.
  • Single Cells Analyzed at Unprecedented Scale

    17 May 2015 | 9:00 pm
    A microscopic quest to find out what we’re really made of.How many types of cells are there in the human body? Textbooks say a couple of hundred. But the true number is undoubtedly far larger.
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  • Mobile Photography/Art – Pic of the Day (107) – via Instagram – TheAppWhisperer

    Joanne Carter
    23 May 2015 | 3:00 am
    The post Mobile Photography/Art – Pic of the Day (107) – via Instagram – TheAppWhisperer appeared first on TheAppWhisperer. Here’s day one hundred and seven of our new Pic of the Day section via Instagram.  Each day we will be selecting one image a day for our Pic of […] The post Mobile Photography/Art – Pic of the Day (107) – via Instagram – TheAppWhisperer appeared first on TheAppWhisperer.
  • APPart – Mobile Art – Pantone Color of the Day – ‘Holly Green’ – TheAppWhisperer

    Joanne Carter
    23 May 2015 | 2:50 am
    The post APPart – Mobile Art – Pantone Color of the Day – ‘Holly Green’ – TheAppWhisperer appeared first on TheAppWhisperer. Many of you have already seen our new segment to our APPart column here at TheAppWhisperer, edited by Bobbi McMurry. We would like to inspire all mobile artists to create […] The post APPart – Mobile Art – Pantone Color of the Day – ‘Holly Green’ – TheAppWhisperer appeared first on TheAppWhisperer.
  • Adobe’s New ‘Project Rigel’, says Goodbye to Photoshop Touch App

    Joanne Carter
    22 May 2015 | 4:03 am
    The post Adobe’s New ‘Project Rigel’, says Goodbye to Photoshop Touch App appeared first on TheAppWhisperer. Yesterday, Adobe announced that as of next week Photoshop Touch will no longer be available in iTunes, Google Play and other app libraries. If you have previously purchased this product, […] The post Adobe’s New ‘Project Rigel’, says Goodbye to Photoshop Touch App appeared first on TheAppWhisperer.
  • Amnesty International UK – Photo Opportunity

    Joanne Carter
    22 May 2015 | 3:39 am
    The post Amnesty International UK – Photo Opportunity appeared first on TheAppWhisperer. An array of celebrities will descend on the Human Rights Action Centre, Amnesty International UK’s headquarters in Shoreditch in east London, from 5.45pm on Wednesday 3 June to mark the […] The post Amnesty International UK – Photo Opportunity appeared first on TheAppWhisperer.
  • Mobile Photography – New Digital Magazine – iPhotographer

    Joanne Carter
    22 May 2015 | 3:31 am
    The post Mobile Photography – New Digital Magazine – iPhotographer appeared first on TheAppWhisperer. “Just as nothing like Rolling Stone existed for music fans when we started that publication, nothing like iPhotographer Magazine currently exists for iPhotography fans,” says Baron Wolman, first chief photographer […] The post Mobile Photography – New Digital Magazine – iPhotographer appeared first on TheAppWhisperer.
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  • Increase in Knee Replacement Surgeries Directly Linked to Obesity

    Meghann Kiernan
    21 May 2015 | 11:14 pm
    According to a new study, the total number of knee replacement surgeries performed in the United States shows a significant increase. The study published in the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery (JBJS) (June 2014 edition) found that the total knee replacements (TKR) had tripled during 1993 – 2009, while hip replacement surgeries doubled during the same period. A higher prevalence of overweight and obesity in the US accounted for about 95 percent increase in these orthopedic surgical procedures, particularly with younger patients being affected to a greater extent. Data suggests that excess…
  • Obesity in Adults: Importance of Screening and Management

    Natalie Tornese
    19 May 2015 | 10:59 pm
    Obesity is considered as a leading public health problem globally. The rates of obesity have increased significantly over the past few years in the United States. It is estimated that more than two thirds of the US adults are overweight or obese. This condition is directly linked to other serious health conditions including heart disease, diabetes, stroke, and respiratory problems. Recent research suggests that the risk of developing many cancers and dying from them is higher among people who are overweight. According to the 2014 Cancer Progress Report from the American Association for Cancer…
  • Legal Pitfalls of Social Media in a Healthcare Context

    Julie Clements
    17 May 2015 | 9:21 pm
    Social media has made a huge impact on the way the medical community communicates with the outside world, but the usage of social media within a healthcare context does pose certain risks to the physicians and practices. Legal Risks in Social Media HIPAA Contravention – Physicians need to remain HIPAA compliant when using social media. Special care must be taken to protect their patients’ identity and health information. It is also illegal to post Protected Health Information of patients on social media sites where it is visible to others without their consent. Inappropriate posting…
  • CMS Proposes Modifications to MU in 2015 Through 2017

    Rajeev Rajagopal
    15 May 2015 | 1:21 am
    This April, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) proposed a rule that would bring significant modifications to meaningful use (MU) in 2015 through 2017. As per CMS, the proposed rule aims at reducing reporting requirements and enabling participants to focus on the advanced use of electronic health records as well as improving the quality to support data exchange and interoperability. The rule also seeks to better align requirements under MU Stage 1, Stage 2 and the currently proposed Stage 3 requirements. Major Changes The most important one is shortening the Medicare and…
  • Fundamentals of Coding Vaccine Administration

    Meghann Kiernan
    13 May 2015 | 1:31 am
    Coding and billing vaccine administration in an outpatient setting is challenging because vaccine codes are based on several factors, with different codes for Medicare and private health plans. Medicare coverage on a routine basis is available only for a few vaccines. Moreover, sometimes a patient may require more than one vaccine during a visit, and selecting the correct serum code alone is not enough to ensure full reimbursement. Medical codes for vaccine administration depend on the route of administration, the number of components in the vaccine, and the patient’s age – specifying…
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  • CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, which sells health insurance in Maryland, Virgin…

    21 May 2015 | 12:59 am
    CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, which sells health insurance in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia, said on Wednesday that a cyber attack compromised the data of 1.1 million current and former members. Read the rest of the story at
  • Apple is currently planning to use the new system font developed for the Apple W…

    20 May 2015 | 8:24 pm
    Apple is currently planning to use the new system font developed for the Apple Watch to refresh the looks of iPads, iPhones, and Macs running iOS 9 “Monarch” and OS X 10.11 “Gala,” according to sources with knowledge of the preparations. Current plans call for the Apple-designed San Francisco font to replace Helvetica Neue, which came to iOS 7 in 2013 and OS X Yosemite just last year, beginning with a June debut at WWDC. Read the rest of the story at
  • At its event in New York today, Spotify just announced it will get into the vide…

    20 May 2015 | 8:52 am
    At its event in New York today, Spotify just announced it will get into the video business. Read the rest of the story at
  • Hackers are stealing money from users’ credit cards, banks, and PayPal accounts…

    14 May 2015 | 8:33 am
    Hackers are stealing money from users’ credit cards, banks, and PayPal accounts through the Starbucks mobile app. The app, which lets users pay at checkout and reload Starbucks gift cards, has an auto-reload function that makes it easy for hackers to take from users, not needing any account numbers. EXCLUSIVE: Hackers target Starbucks mobile users, steal from linked credit cards without... Read the rest of the story at…
  • Google is moving almost all of its internal applications to the Internet. http…

    13 May 2015 | 7:55 pm
    Google is moving almost all of its internal applications to the Internet. Moves Its Corporate Applications to the Internetblogs.wsj.comThe new approach... Read the rest of the story at
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    1E Blogs - Software Lifecycle Automation

  • Where are the women in technology?

    Susan Trapp
    22 May 2015 | 4:22 am
    1E Sponsors Women’s Technology Award Why have a Technology Award for women? Because over the past 30+ years in the IT industry, there has been very little change in the proportion of women in IT departments, despite many more women studying STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths) subjects, and becoming more familiar with technology from early age ( A bit of personal history: I started my career as a graduate trainee at Accenture (then Andersen Consulting LLP) in the early 1980’s – one of three women in an intake of 40. My…
  • Six Things You Should Learn Before You Go Through a Microsoft License Review

    Peter Beruk
    21 May 2015 | 4:53 am
    Human beings, who are almost unique in having the ability to learn from the experience of others, are also remarkable for their apparent disinclination to do so.                                                                                                           Douglas Adams, Last Chance to See   I’ve had the opportunity to work with an end-user organization following their receipt of a Microsoft SAM review letter.  While there have been a number of organizations and…
  • The Spring into Velvety Stuff

    Bhavya Batra
    20 May 2015 | 3:23 am
    Now, I know that everyone reading this blog is an intellectual with a solid understanding of the fundamentals of CPU, but for the sake of completeness, and to help further the understanding of those who we might consider laymen (in software terms!) I would like to start with a clear explanation of CPU. Right now, I imagine you are visualizing a box under your foot or under some nearby desktop’s foot with wires shooting upwards from its rear side: a CPU, or Central Processing Unit. I won’t judge anyone who has imagined such a thing, but in fact the CPU which forms the topic of this post is…
  • Ask Sam – Microsoft’s 90 Day Rule

    Ask Sam
    19 May 2015 | 8:40 am
    Dear Sam,  Can you explain to me the 90 day rule about uninstalling Microsoft software, and then reallocating the license? Do other vendors have a similar policy, for instance Adobe?  Regards,  WhoIsTheWorst   Dear WhoIsTheWorst, The Bite Sized Details: Microsoft is the only company I’m currently aware of that has something like the 90 day rule.  The details of this rule are detailed in the Product Use Rights (PUR) document.  As specified in the Jan 2015 PUR, the following are the specifics: Except as permitted below, you may not reassign licenses on a short-term basis (within 90…
  • Taking an active role

    Dave Westwood
    18 May 2015 | 7:28 am
    As a technical author, I’m often stopped when walking down the street to answer questions on active versus passive voice. I do wish it would stop… but it does get me thinking, there are a lot of recommendations that advocate the use of one voice over the other, but could I clarify those in the simplest way possible? Well in this article I shall attempt to do just that, you can judge. So what’s it all about? What is this active and passive voice thing? Why should I care? Phew that’s a lot of questions, good ones too. It’s all about communicating effectively (spoiler, there’s a…
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  • More than one order matters

    Ralf Westphal
    21 May 2015 | 1:42 am
    Originally posted on: matters. In real life when you’re in a library or a city or in your kitchen. And in software development. Order, the right order, helps understanding. Where there is order orientation is easier. Compare a city like Mannheim, Germany: …to Algier’s traditional quarters, the Casbah: Where, do you think, it would be easier for you to find the house of a friend? Order is helpful, even important. But often order is hard to create and/or to maintain. Why’s that?
  • Easy Tabs for SharePoint 2013

    20 May 2015 | 8:50 pm
    Originally posted on: Tabs is a 3rd party javascript library that allows site designers to place webparts in a tabbed format on a page. It is Pure Javascript. Doesn't require JQuery/ JQueryUI libraries to work. Because of layout/element changes in SharePoint 2013, the current version will not work as it is. I debugged the code and fixed it. Now it works well in SharePoint 2013! Well, implementation is simple. Copy the code below and save it as .txt file. Upload the txt file to SharePoint site -> Site Assets library. Open…
  • Create Node Task for Visual Studio Code

    Steve Michelotti
    20 May 2015 | 1:18 am
    Originally posted on: love the new Visual Studio Code editor/IDE. It’s fast, simple, lightweight, and an overall pleasure to work with. I love being able to just “open a folder” and work with files directly – all while getting great intellisense. One feature that is particular interesting to me is the ability to run Tasks from the IDE. These tasks can be anything from running gulp commands, to MSBuild, to most anything you can think of. Given that JavaScript – and Node in particular…
  • Little Puzzlers–Validate a Sudoku Board

    James Michael Hare
    19 May 2015 | 5:23 am
    Originally posted on: I like to keep my brain sharp by working on programming puzzlers. On off weeks I'm going to start posting programming puzzlers I've collected over the years. Hopefully you'll find them as entertaining as I do. This one is a more straight-forward puzzler.  There’s no gotcha or “ah-hah” moment in solving this, it’s just an exercise in coding.  I’ll try to vary up the difficulty level of problems so they’re not all easy and not all brain-busters……
  • Bins...

    Richard Jones
    19 May 2015 | 12:33 am
    Originally posted on: thanks for all of your feedback.   I’ve listened.   We now have -   a really nice web-implementation (if I say so myself) of the collection app.   X platform :-)
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    Slice of MIT from the MIT Alumni Association

  • Photo of the Week by Paige Parsons ’90—May 23, 2015

    Alan Scott
    23 May 2015 | 3:00 am
    Paige Parsons is a photographer in San Francisco. View more work on her website. View other alumni photos of the week.
  • Connectional Intelligence: Why Some People Get Big Things Done But Others Don’t

    Jay London
    22 May 2015 | 3:00 am
    More than 100 million adults in the U.S. regularly used two or more social media sites in 2014. And for many, connecting online has eclipsed the telephone and face-to-face as a primary form of communication. But how effective is digital communication, especially when it comes to solving real-world problems? Not as effective as it can […]
  • Graduate Students “Cure it” and “Drive it”

    Nancy DuVergne Smith
    21 May 2015 | 3:00 am
    Two MIT graduate students won $15,000 prizes in a national invention competition for new ideas in healthcare, transportation.
  • ClassPass Boosts Access to Exercise Studios

    Nicole Morell
    20 May 2015 | 3:00 am
    Payal Kadakia ’05 grew up dancing. When she came to MIT, her dancing became an ideal retreat from her studies. “I found a lot of solace finding time to dance,” Kadakia remembers. Finding time for her hobby at MIT was challenging, but became even more difficult after graduation. The Course 15 alumna followed what she […]
  • MIT Alumnus’ Diverse Career Leads to Visionary Waterway Project

    Peter Dunn
    19 May 2015 | 6:57 am
    Civil engineers are trained to think big, and in his 87th year, Mariano Ospina Hernandez ’49 is doing just that. After a distinguished career in Colombian business, politics, and diplomacy, he is leading an international initiative to link South America’s major rivers into a transportation network running from Venezuela to Buenos Aires. The proposed South American Waterway System (SAWS) would open new connections for a continent that has struggled with economic […]
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    brian teeman - blog

  • What happens when you chose a bad web developer

    15 May 2015 | 8:27 am
    Stop Right There Stop right there, I gotta know right now, Before we go any further Are you prepared for a long read that will shock and enrage you. A tale so fantastical that it is hard to believe but one I can assure you is 100% true and told without embellishment or exaggeration. Have you removed all sharp objects from your desk? Are you sitting in a comfortable chair with a soft cushion or toy nearby? You will need to be prepared for the facepalm moments below. The Back Story Last week I responded to a call for some help with a Joomla website via twitter. Turns out that the site owner is…
  • We are the 1%, building Joomla for the 99%

    23 Apr 2015 | 12:26 pm
    I love Joomla, I love the power and flexibility that Joomla gives me. I love the way that I can customise everything in Joomla. I read the documentation. I update everything as soon as possible. I take automatic backups daily. I customise every little thing that I can. I am the 1%. Chances are that if you are reading this then you are part of the 1% as well. We need to be honest with ourselves 99% of web site owners just want to get something online quickly and easily. They don’t want to be bothered with backups, they don’t want to customise every last option and they certainly…
  • Bad advice for first time speakers

    30 Mar 2015 | 11:11 am
    I have spoken in public perhaps over hundred times and yet before every presentation my hands shake and I have a funny feeling in my stomach. If I have to use a hand-held microphone you will even be able to see the shake. This is not nerves or me being afraid. This is adrenaline pumping through my body. This is perfectly normal so I just accept it and go ahead with the presentation. Your first time It is perfectly understandable and normal though for you to be apprehensive. We all are when we do something for the first time. What you shouldn't do Everyone you ask will give you some advice for…
  • Were you ready for Joomla 3.4?

    20 Mar 2015 | 7:43 am
    Joomla 3.4 was released last month and just as with every major Joomla release there were beta and release candidates made available for testing over the preceding weeks. Those special releases are made specifically for Joomla developers to use to both test the changes in the upcoming release AND to check that their own code is still working as intended. Despite this after every release we see the same extension and template developers wait until AFTER the release before they even look at the code and test their own work. Then they are in a mad panic and rush to release updates. Meanwhile…
  • Joomla 3.4 Hidden SEO Secret - Revealed

    13 Mar 2015 | 5:58 am
    For a long time Joomla has included a very powerful component to handle url redirects. This is especially useful after a site upgrade or redesign. Don't know how to use it? Check this great article explaining all the features by Ruth Cheesley in the Joomla Community magazine. However it had a problem which probably meant that you looked at it, set it up and then quickly abandoned it for something else. Joomla we had a problem By default it collected ALL the urls that didn't exist on your site whenever someone tried them. That's not just real urls that may have existed at some time but…
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    EMA Blog Community

  • 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…
  • SDN and Network Management at ONUG

    Shamus McGillicuddy
    12 May 2015 | 8:13 am
    As an analyst who focuses on network management research, I am particularly intrigued by software-defined networking (SDN). As SDN architectures are deployed in data centers, local area networks and WANs, network management practices will have to evolve. For instance, SDN may make it easier for cloud administrators to provision network services and connectivity for a new application, but how do you ensure that your new programmable network remains compliant with configuration controls and policies? Is your performance management tool able to model and monitor an SDN controller? If you have…
  • Best Practices for Maximizing Efficiencies – Governance and Optimization

    Dennis Drogseth
    8 May 2015 | 11:56 am
    In my last blog, I talked about “IT Cultural Transformation and the Elimination of Technology Silos.” That blog keyed on four key areas of advice, which also provide a useful foundation for the topic of “Governance and Optimization.” These key areas include: Standing in the middle of the storm –This means looking at the interdependencies [...]
  • Rewarding Impatience with User Self-Service

    Steve Brasen
    27 Apr 2015 | 6:34 am
    There seems to be a direct correlation between how successful business professionals are and their level of impatience. While I am not familiar with any studies on this particular subject, it is simple logic that the most productive employees are those who most frequently demand rapid response to service requests. From my past experience managing and providing IT administrative support, I can attest that these individuals are usually the most irritating—constantly requesting access to new applications, data, and other business resources with expectations of an immediate response.
  • Business Process Management in the Real World — Why It’s Important to Govern Both Automated and Manual Processes

    Steve Brasen
    13 Apr 2015 | 9:15 am
    In a perfect world, all business processes would be automated and all work tasks would be accomplished with the click of a button. This idyllic work experience seems to be the realization of Plato’s utopia…or, if you prefer, the world of the Jetsons. Regrettably, however, we clearly do not live in a perfect world. Put simply, while any repeatable process can be automated, not every process is repeatable, so automation is not a practical solution in all cases. This is particularly a problem for enterprises since business productivity is almost entirely dependent on the rapid and accurate…
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    Windows Central - News - Forums - Reviews - Help for Windows Phone

  • Platform shooter Roboto hovers to Windows and Windows Phone Store

    Mark Guim
    22 May 2015 | 2:28 pm
    Roboto, a beautiful platform shooter that has been available on iOS and Android, has made its way to both the Windows and Windows Phone Store. You can buy it once and install it on your Window Phone and/or tablets. It's about a robot with a hoverboard who has to battle its way through security bots in an attempt to ask out a girl who it has a huge crush on. Watch our gameplay video to see it in action on our Lumia 930 and Surface 3.
  • Latest Audible Windows Phone update includes audiobook search directly from app

    John Callaham
    22 May 2015 | 1:17 pm
    Amazon has been updating its Audible audiobooks app for Windows Phone on a rather rapid pace since updates began once again in March after a hiatus of over a year. This week, the app got updated again with a couple of new features, including a way to search for a specific audiobook from the Audible store directly from the app.
  • Microsoft reportedly tried and failed to acquire

    John Callaham
    22 May 2015 | 12:58 pm
    A new report claims that Microsoft was ready to pay as much as $55 billion to acquire the customer management company However, it also says that, despite serious talks between the two companies earlier this year, Microsoft's offer was not high enough for's management team.
  • New Windows 10 Insider Preview PC 10122 bug fix update should solve AMD GPU issues

    John Callaham
    22 May 2015 | 11:26 am
    PC users with AMD-based GPUs that have installed the new Windows 10 Insider Preview build 10122 should look for a bug fix available via Windows Update. This update should solve a known issue that was causing the Microsoft Edge browser to crash when running on PCs with AMD graphics chips. Windows Insider leader Gabriel Aul first revealed the issue on Twitter before the launch of build 10122 and asked for people to vote on whether to wait until it was fixed before releasing it or go ahead and make the build available to Fast ring users. In the end, the decision was to launch the build before…
  • OneNote scores integration with Wordpress, cloudHQ, and Equil

    Dan Thorp-Lancaster
    22 May 2015 | 11:13 am
    Microsoft announced a few new additions to its OneNote partner program today, bringing tight integration with three new apps: Wordpress, cloudHQ, and Equil.
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  • How we migrated a pro cycling web app and supported future demands

    15 May 2015 | 4:59 am
    How we migrated a pro cycling management system and supported future demands With this year’s cycling season being open I thought it would be a good idea to share with you a story of a solution Goyello developed for Cycling Service. The experienced international organisation, mediating and operating between professional cyclists, teams and race organisers approached us with a challenging task. They needed to have their old HTML 4 web app revamped to make it compliant with modern standards and mobile devices. The result of the cooperation is Cyclotivity – a web application used by…
  • The Common Sense Development That Works

    30 Apr 2015 | 2:31 pm
    I think we all agree that our work is all about achieving high performance, scalable and most importantly simple solutions to complex problems. Over the years spent on developing and designing software solutions I have noticed the tendency to overcomplicate things by developers, DB architects and UI designers. After a certain time the reasons for that have eventually become clear to me. What I have observed is the fact that everyone focuses on their layer. They don’t pay enough attention to other parts of the system and don’t know how they could help their colleagues working on other…
  • Hurdles to overcome while becoming Agile/Lean

    Peter Horsten
    29 Apr 2015 | 3:50 am
    Agile is out, Lean is in! We have no time to waste. But what does being Agile really mean? And what does it take to become Lean? How to fully incorporate this into your projects? And may be even more important is how to fully involve the business side, whether this is an internal or external client. Today’s business requires focus on delivery and quick results. Introducing these modern methods is fun, but not always easy. You will have to prepare both your organisation and the client side to prevent misunderstandings. There are many potential hurdles that you will have to overcome. The main…
  • Enterprise software development becoming Lean

    Peter Horsten
    28 Apr 2015 | 2:12 pm
    Today’s business is very dynamic and demands immediate business value delivery and decreasing time-to-market. What does this mean for essential supporting services like IT? They just have to adapt to these demands. To better support the business IT departments have already become Agile, now a new trend is entering the enterprise: The Lean Startup. Built upon the iterative nature of Agile software development, but focused upon discovering the end-users value first, it seems to match with today’s market dynamics. Corporate organisations and customer centric Innovation do not match One of…
  • Stiff corporate reality? Not my cup of tea – interview with Daniel Dekański

    22 Apr 2015 | 5:00 am
    It is the people that make a company a great employer to work for and a great partner to work with. At Goyello we have a team of awesome specialists. They are truly devoted to what they do at the office and deeply passionate about what they do after hours. We would like to introduce them to you. Today we are starting a new series, entitled Goyello People. We will be publishing interviews with our team leaders, developers, project managers, marketing specialists and designers – just to let you get acquainted with members of the team that play a crucial role in everything we do.In the first…
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  • Dimension Drive’s Second Chance

    20 May 2015 | 12:26 pm
    I hadn’t heard of Dimension Drive at all until this morning when I saw this Polygon article, but I’m glad I got a second chance –... -- Click to Read More --
  • Arcade Block May Unboxing!

    9 May 2015 | 6:17 pm
    This month’s box was pretty exciting – there’s nothing better than getting surprises in the mail once (or twice) a month. Do you... -- Click to Read More --
  • Lootcrate: April Unboxing!

    22 Apr 2015 | 6:17 am
    It’s been a while since we’ve last spoken – let’s change that by having you watch me open my mail! Did you get this... -- Click to Read More --
  • Arcade Block: March Unboxing

    1 Apr 2015 | 6:00 am
    My Arcade Block came and I open it up on camera! What a novel concept. I might be am getting a little saturated with t-shirts from all my boxes, so I... -- Click to Read More --
  • PAX East: A Look into Extreme Exorcism

    31 Mar 2015 | 6:00 am
    I was lucky enough to sit down with Mike from Golden Ruby Games to talk about the new(ish) game Extreme Exorcism that’s coming out soon on PS4,... -- Click to Read More --
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  • 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…
  • Changes

    5 Apr 2015 | 4:30 pm
    As the Russian hackers and others devoted to this site have noticed, it has been rather dormant for some time. To say the last two years have been rough would be like saying that World War Two was a slight disagreement. Those who know why know, those who don’t don’t. The poem IF, by Rudyard Kipling, has been a favourite of mine since I first read it as a teenager, and it pretty much describes my sense of things. Along with the parts of the samurai poem I know by heart, they have, at difficult times, been a source of some comfort. This time they fell far short. So much so I…
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    Experts Galaxy

  • Step-by-Step Guide To Install Debian Linux

    Neeraj Rawat
    10 May 2015 | 7:15 pm
    Linux has its own world and people are moving gradually to it even though they are not aware about the same. Android is a Linux based OS and it is one of the most used Operating System for mobiles. I have been playing with Linux for quite long, used to do a bit or two things and then planned to complete my Redhat Certification, which I did last year. Redhat does not provide Linux for free and
  • Setup Google Apps Catch-All Email Address

    Neeraj Rawat
    18 Apr 2015 | 9:40 am
    Google Apps Free Version is my favorite email hosting service where one used to get mulitiple (200 or more) user accounts. Unfortunately, Google has closed this free service though the paid version still exists and is a huge hit. I appreciate the way Google allowed its existing free users to continue using the service without any charge. I use Google Apps with almost all my domains as I signed
  • Learn Computer Basics For Free At Your Own Pace

    Neeraj Rawat
    29 Mar 2015 | 2:10 am
    Computing is growing fast rather damn fast and even a normal Computer Engineer is not aware about the pace until they are into real computing. Companies like Google, Apple, Microsoft, E (GAME, I am sure you can guess the E here) are far ahead from the whole world and have many technical guys. Neither of them was a born geek, everyone starts his/her computer journey from basics and now its
  • Winners of Bitdefender Christmas Giveaway

    Neeraj Rawat
    1 Jan 2015 | 11:35 am
    Everyone must be waiting for the winner's announcement and I am here with the license keys. I hope everyone is running a Genuine and good Antivirus by now as there were not much entries for the giveaway. Moreover only few genuine entries were there and here are the winners. Please check your email, I have sent the keys to all winners. ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ 1) Kamal kr 2)
  • Bitdefender Antivirus License Giveaway for Christmas Along with Zemana Antilogger

    Neeraj Rawat
    30 Nov 2014 | 11:20 am
    Christmas month has started and here comes another combo giveaway for you. If you could not win a license key in the earlier giveaway then this time you can participate to win Bitdefender Antivirus Plus 2015. Along with that, you will also get a license of Zemana Antilogger which will be valid for one year. You will get a good security on your computer, if you win the license giveaway. I have
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  • Keep Questing Like Never Before With Order and Chaos For Mac

    Shivam Srivastava
    28 Apr 2015 | 9:38 am
    Smart games in smartphones have become a normal issue for most of us these days. And why they shouldn’t be? The quality Android games are super exciting and thrilling. While the conventional running games and the matching games had been already present, finally we have one that is not only different, but is also more exciting than the entire lot. This one game is none but the exclusive Order and Chaos. Read More: Game of War: Fire Age for PC Download About Order And Chaos: Order and Chaos has been developed by the reputed In House and has been further published by the leading company…
  • Download Skype for Mac

    Shivam Srivastava
    27 Apr 2015 | 9:50 am
    One of the world’s most popular telecommunications software Skype is now making steady progress and in-roads on the mobile platform. The Android version of the application just needs a WiFi or a 3G connection to work smoothly. Apart from making Skype calls it also allows you to chat like any other IM with your cherished Skype friends. Read More: Twickets for Mac: Your Chance to Get Those Exclusive Concert Tickets Contacts Made Convenient! On registering and signing up, a virtual tour is dished out that explains everything that can be done by you using the app. The app just easily lets you…
  • Hotstar for Mac – Free Download!

    Shivam Srivastava
    26 Apr 2015 | 9:34 am
    Sports enthusiasts long for websites and applications that allow them to seamlessly stream live sports. Star India has resolved that issue quite effectively as the channel has unveiled a new app, Hotstar, which will allow you to easily stream on the go! The Hotstar application has been a massive hit amongst tons of Android users as now they can view matches live without feeling the need to sit in front of a TV or to scroll and research for particular websites. Read More: Beautifying Is Now Easy On Mac With Instagram for Mac The application is not just restricted to live streaming sports, but…
  • Shadowgun Ruling With Deadzone For Mac – Free Download!

    Shivam Srivastava
    25 Apr 2015 | 9:43 am
    The online market is booming with games of all sorts, especially the action ones because they seem to be everyone`s first choice. But abundance doesn’t always mean quality. In the pool of games, Madfinger has already carved a place for itself by launching the most impressive game of the year, Shadowgun: Deadzone. Read More: Indulge Yourself In Pure Pleasure With The Room Two – Download For Mac! What Is Shadowgun: Deadzone? Shadowgun Deadzone is a recently launched action packed game which work on Android and iOS based devices. This multiplayer game allows up to twelve users to combat…
  • The Simpsons: Tapped Out for Mac – Get It For Free!

    Shivam Srivastava
    23 Apr 2015 | 3:02 am
    The Simpsons, which had been one of America’s longest animated series, is now available to you and of course to millions of ardent fans of the TV series across the globe in the form of a mobile game. Technology and game developing giants, Electronic Arts Mobile has developed and published the game and have managed to publish smiles all over the world! Read More: Game of War: Fire Age for PC Download Timely and SEASONAL Updates! Create your own distinct Springfield version with The Simpsons: Tapped Out. The game provides you with characters from the show with the help of whom, you can…
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    Legal Office Guru

  • Did you miss these Outlook tips on Attorney at Work and Lawyerist?

    Deborah Savadra
    21 May 2015 | 3:15 am
    If you're not following my social media feeds on Twitter, LinkedIn or Google+, you might have missed a whole bunch of Outlook tips I've published recently at Attorney at Work and Lawyerist. Click the link below for links to all four articles and learn how you can use Outlook to save time, manage your inbox and stay out of trouble!
  • The 4 Biggest Time-Saving Microsoft Word Features You’re Probably Not Using

    Deborah Savadra
    7 May 2015 | 3:39 am
    Want to do things faster in Microsoft Word? These four time-saving features are where you will get the most bang for your buck. Learning these will shave time off daily repetitive tasks, making you more efficient (and maybe even helping you get out of the office earlier!). Click the link below to find out more about how these features can make you more efficient.
  • 7 Ways To Screw Up A Table of Authorities

    Deborah Savadra
    2 Jan 2015 | 2:30 am
    Microsoft Word's Table of Authorities feature isn't exactly known for its user-friendliness. Nobody's ever said the word "automagically" about it. And more than one enterprising software vendor has found a lucrative niche making an easier-to-use interface for TOAs. I've had to use this feature myself on several occasions recently, and I've rediscovered seven ways you can easily (and thoroughly) screw up a Table of Authorities. Do yourself a favor and click through to learn from my mistakes!
  • Reader Question: How to get footnote citations to show up in Table of Authorities

    Deborah Savadra
    24 Sep 2014 | 3:34 am
    A reader contacted me recently with a real puzzler: What to do when a citation in a footnote doesn't get picked up in the Table of Authorities. If you're having this problem, there's a solution. Click through for the details.
  • Easy-to-read file folder labels for trial exhibits using Mail Merge

    Deborah Savadra
    11 Sep 2014 | 3:00 am
    The last thing you need to be doing during a trial is frantically searching for the right exhibit. Laying your hands on the correct document becomes a whole lot easier when they're in file folders marked with clear, easy-to-read labels. Here's how to use Microsoft Word's Mail Merge feature to transform your exhibit list into a set of labels with the exhibit number in large spot-it-from-across-the-room print.
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  • Injured Sea Turtle Gets 3D Printed Jaw

    22 May 2015 | 9:49 pm
    Sea Turtle Given 3-D Printed Prosthetic Jaw A 45 kg loggerhead sea turtle has been given a 3-D printed prosthetic jaw, from the Dekamer Sea Turtle Research, Rescue and Rehabilitation Centre on the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • How DNA Sequencing Is Transforming the Hunt for New Drugs

    21 May 2015 | 10:36 pm
    DNA Sequenced – For Development of Medicines Manufacturers of drug have commenced amassing hugetroves of human DNA, hoping to shorten the time it would take in identifying new drug candidates which... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Eye-Tracking Tech Makes Virtual Reality Hands-Free

    21 May 2015 | 12:00 am
    Eye Tracking Tech – FOVE Headset People with certain disabilities can now look forward to new means of communication and interaction with the advanced virtual reality headset, which could be game... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Science Labs in the Cloud: Champagne Discoveries, Beer Budget

    19 May 2015 | 10:48 pm
    Emerald Cloud Lab – ECL-1 – Remotely Conduct Experiment Science is difficult and replicating other labs’ results is even more difficult which tends to be particular right with regards to life... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Windows 10 For Phones May Launch On A High-End Smartphone

    18 May 2015 | 7:52 pm
    In case you are amid follower of the news that is being published about Microsoft in the last couple of months, you have started wondering about their plans for the high end segment. Rumours suggest... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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    iTechWhiz | Science, Technology, Computers, Mobiles, Games, Cars

  • LG G5 Release Date, Price, Specs Rumors Review

    26 Apr 2015 | 10:09 am
    LG G5 release date, price, specs rumors review has been started to be discussed widely. Although it is mostly still wild rumors and wishes. LG, as one of the leading electronic companies in the... Please visit for more details and a lot more.
  • iPhone 6 vs Galaxy S5 Specs Review: Camera,Battery,Screen,Size,Speed

    13 Jan 2015 | 8:55 am
    Review Apple iPhone 6 vs Samsung Galaxy S5 specifications and features comparison on design, build quality, size, display screen size, camera, processor speed, memory, storage and battery... Please visit for more details and a lot more.
  • iPhone 6 Plus vs Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Specs Review

    8 Jan 2015 | 3:00 am
    It is important to review iPhone 6 Plus vs Galaxy Note 4 specs comparison before choosing to buy one of the two. As it is now the era of smartphones, people are racing to have better and better... Please visit for more details and a lot more.
  • Google Glass 2.0 Release date, Price, Specs Review 2015

    6 Jan 2015 | 2:27 pm
    Although Google Glass has still not publicly launched as a finished consumer device, details of Google Glass 2.0 are emerging. Google Glass was the poster-child for the entire wearable tech... Please visit for more details and a lot more.
  • iPhone 6 vs Nexus 6 Specs Comparison: Camera, Size, Speed

    5 Jan 2015 | 1:50 pm
    View Apple iPhone 6 vs Google Nexus 6 specs comparison of weight, size, design, display screen, camera, speed and battery life. For so long, the great battle of mobile phones is only dominated by... Please visit for more details and a lot more.
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    Ipsos Marketing U.S.

  • Brand Strategy Made Simple:  4 Questions and a Few Alphabet Models

    J Forristal
    18 May 2015 | 1:27 pm
    Of the “4Ss” driving Ipsos’ new “Game Changers” strategy (Security, Substance, Speed, and Simplicity), I have a particular passion for Simplicity.  And if there’s one area of consumer research that can really benefit from being simpler, it’s the one I head up for Ipsos in the US:  MarketQuest, which focuses on foundational market understanding and brand strategy. So how many books on brand strategy have you read?  Have you noticed that most of them profess to be simple, but then rattle on for over 200 single-spaced pages?  How often have you browsed HBR’s, McKinsey’s and…
  • #LillyforTarget: A lesson in balancing brand image and brand relationships

    R Theunis
    11 May 2015 | 1:07 pm
    There I was in my local Target on a Sunday afternoon, enjoying a browse sans husband and baby, when I overheard the following: Customer: “Do you have any of the Lilly Pulitzer stuff left?” Store clerk: “It sold out in like 10 minutes” I’m not very familiar with Lilly Pulitzer, in fact my introduction to the brand was via Target’s beautiful, colorful, fun, happy ad campaign that made me want to pirouette around the room. Despite my lack of familiarity, those ads completely worked on me and made me want to own some of the fabulous floral merchandise. Consider this: if they worked on…
  • How Mobile is Transforming Shopper Research

    M Berry
    7 May 2015 | 7:49 pm
    Difficulty getting retail permission for in-store research and the need to collect experiences closer to the transaction have fueled mobile applications for shopper insights research. But it’s just the beginning of this transformative technology. View this recorded presentation to hear Ipsos’ shopper and mobile experts discuss what’s now and what’s next in the evolution of mobile technology and shopper insights. The speakers start with a brief current state of the art and then demonstrate how mobile technology will fulfill the promise of gaining a deeper and more accurate…
  • The Most Common Innovation Mistake to Avoid

    R Bielski
    5 May 2015 | 7:45 am
    One of my favorite questions to ask clients is, “What does the term ‘innovation’ mean to your organization?” Over the years I’ve gotten used to the quizzical looks I get in response, but when it becomes clear it’s not a rhetorical question, it has led to very valuable discussions. My general observation is that most organizations don’t really know what innovation means to them, leading to confusion and misalignment of resources and goals, which severely limits the chances of successfully innovating. Because you can’t measure what you can’t define, failure to align on an…
  • Ad-hoc Research Slows Product Development

    A Lusardi
    28 Apr 2015 | 1:59 pm
    Ad-hoc research is often the most used method by which we understand our markets and new innovations. Most of us work on evolving markets that often have very specific questions which we feel we need to address and ask of consumers. For most of us these questions change nearly every time we look at a new innovation. Even in the case of incremental adjustments we often come up with new aspects we hadn’t thought of before. This leads to questions that we just have to ask this time even though we have nothing to compare the answers to, and which we may not ask next time. We fear leaving a…
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  • TCL unveils Quantum Dot television

    22 May 2015 | 4:30 pm
    TCL Multimedia recently unveiled its first Quantum Dot television –  the 55” 4K UHD Quantum Dot TV (H9700). Featuring an elegant industrial design, the TV also features 30W Harman/Kardon speakers, which provide a full-bodied and immersive sound experience for viewers. The Quantum Dot display tech, which debuted at CES 2015, incorporates a film of tiny light-emitting crystals into regular liquid crystal displays (LCD) for improved picture quality at a fraction of the price of organic light-emitting diodes (OLED). It is said to depict more of the RGB spectrum with enhanced colors…
  • Get freebies when you pre-oder the LG G4; Leather variant priced at P32,990

    22 May 2015 | 1:39 am
    The LG G4 is coming to the Philippines and its going to make its debut next week. Those looking to upgrade to LG’s latest and greatest can now pre-order at LG Concept Stores and authorized dealers. This is good news for those pining for the G4. The two variants will be up for pre-order from May 15 till 31. The Genuine Leather variant will have an SRP of P32,990 and is available in brown, black or red. While the Metallic Finish variant will be priced at P31,990 and comes in shiny gold, black titan or ceramic white. If you ask me, the leather backed G4 is the one to get. It is definitely…
  • OPPO announces R1x, Neo 5 and Joy Plus smartphones

    21 May 2015 | 9:29 pm
    OPPO recently launched three new phones in the country. The smartphone maker introduced the Joy Plus, Neo 5, and the R1x last week at BGC’s Valkyrie Night Club. Joy Plus OPPO’s entry level Joy Plus comes with a 3MPcamera, dual SIM slots, 4GB of internal storage, and 1GB of RAM. The unit is available in white and blue colorways. Key Specs: 4 inch IPS TFT display (800 x 480) 1.3 GHz Dual-core MediaTek MT6572 processor Mali-400 MP1 1 GB RAM 4 GB storage (+micro SD card expansion) 3 megapixel main camera 0.3 megapixel front camera Dual SIM, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS Color OS 2.0 (based…
  • Smart new Infinity Plans offers custom features

    20 May 2015 | 2:04 am
    Smart recently unveiled the new and improved Infinity Plans. This new range of premium postpaid plans are a perfect match for the discerning subscriber’s varying tastes and preferences. Infinity’s four new plans compliments the daily pursuits of it’s members. The Roaming Plan is designed for frequent flyers. The plan comes with a host of travel assistance perks like 10% roaming discount and extra roaming SMS. The Consumable Plan has flexible elements and the highest volume allocation for LTE. Members can choose and change the services that they need, depending on their…
  • LG Electronic unveils monster 105 inch curved TV

    20 May 2015 | 1:05 am
    LE Electronics recently unveiled a monster 105 inch curved Super Ultra HD TV — the largest television to arrive in our shores. The new model 105UC9 boasts over 11 million pixels and CinemaScope 21:9 aspect ratio. The 105 inch smart TV is the ideal system to watch HD movies in your home. It packs an IPS 4K panel and LG’s True 4K Engine Pro. LG claims the tech can eliminate visual errors and upscale lower-resolution content into near-Ultra HD quality, while maintaining contrast with wide viewing angles. To complete the home theater experience, sound quality was also given a boost.
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  • Is Google Nexus 9 Tablet Any Good?

    16 May 2015 | 12:45 pm
    It is time to a review of my new tablet, the Google Nexus 9. In this post I will tell you why I choose exactly this Tablet and what I think about it so far. A couple of month ago I posted a review of my Google Nexus 5 Smartphone. I really like the concept of Android
  • Control your Chromecast using TV remote

    10 May 2015 | 11:24 am
    Wouldn’t it be nice if you could use your use your TV remote to pause a movie on your Chromecast? Well that is actually possible. When using my Chromecast I have often been missing a remote to control it. It is not always optimal to be using your phone or tablet to pause a movie, if
  • What is bloatware and why is it on my new computer?

    1 May 2015 | 4:57 am
    You might have heard the expression: “Bloatware”, but what is it and why does we often find it on a brand new computer we just bought? Definition of Bloatware Well, let us start with the definition of bloatware also known as crapware. What is it and what does it cover? I have been looking around
  • How to Create a full Backup in Windows 8.1

    18 Apr 2015 | 1:38 pm
    In this post, I will show you how you can perform a full system backup of Windows 8.1 with built-in backup features and tools. Maybe you don’t know it, but Windows 8 as well as Windows 7 has a built in bare-metal Backup & Recovery options for you to use. In Windows 8 these features can
  • My Google Analytics Traffic Report for Q1 – 2015

    5 Apr 2015 | 2:04 am
    Will you believe it? Another quarter has past and it is time for another of my popular Google Analytics Traffic Reports. In this report, I will share some of my numbers with you from the past quarter of 2015 and hopefully we can all learn something about traffic that is trending at the moment. Traffic Types
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  • Don’t Come to Google for Advanced Reading

    Andre Sólo
    21 May 2015 | 2:30 am
    Want to find only the most advanced information on a topic? Well, Google is no longer the place to go. The search engine has dropped a long time search filter that lets you find content by reading level. Smarter Words The feature has been around for nearly five years, and allowed you to choose “basic,” “intermediate” or “advanced” content. For 2010 it was quite cutting edge, and was built much the same way Google Translate was built: experts were hired to evaluate specific pieces of content, until the search engine learned from their patterns how to…
  • Want a Million Views on Youtube? Make a How-To Video

    Andre Sólo
    20 May 2015 | 2:36 am
    Google has released new data on its most popular Youtube videos, and it turns out that most of them aren’t cute babies. Instead, they’re tutorials. According to Google, the total amount of “How To” content has grown substantially, and “How To” searches on the site are up by 70 percent in the last year. In total, Youtube hosts over 100 million hours of how-to’s. Tutorials are on fire. From a marketing and SEO standpoint, that makes perfect sense. Here’s why: “How To” signals valuable information. When people search for info they…
  • 2 out of 3 Right To Be Forgotten Requests Denied

    Andre Sólo
    19 May 2015 | 1:36 pm
    It’s been nearly a year since the EU passed its “Right to Be Forgotten” law (RTBF). Under the law Google established an application process for Europeans to get information about them expunged from searches, if it met certain criterion. So how have those requests been going? Well, decide for yourself: Google has denied 70 percent of them. The figure comes from an advocacy site run by a European reputation management company. Google has received more than a quarter of a million RTBF requests, and by the company’s count over two thirds of them have been rejected.
  • See If You Can Fool Wolfram’s New Search Engine

    Andre Sólo
    18 May 2015 | 1:19 pm
    We all use Google to look for images. Normally you type in a keyword and you’re given millions of pictures that match it. But how often do you use a reverse image search? A reverse image search is what you do when you already have the image in hand, but want to find out more about it. Generally you upload the image to the search engine, or type in the URL of the image you have in mind. Then the search engine checks its database and shows you everywhere on the web that your image is posted. Not too shabby. Reverse image searches are nothing new, but they’ve been improving a…
  • A Day in the Life of Pinterest

    Andre Sólo
    15 May 2015 | 2:35 am
    It wasn’t long ago that Pinterest tried to “man up” its image by tailoring search results based on gender. The site has far more female users than male, and previously had the image of being for ladies only. Did the new search results change that image? It would seem not, based on a great spoof by the New Yorker: Getting out of her vintage cast-iron bed, Pinterest trips on a pile of antlers. Whoops! She must have been arranging wall clusters in her sleep again. She puts the antlers back where they belong—on the head of the live deer that hangs out by her window. Then…
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  • The unlikely story of a 23-year-old Venezuelan who makes 6 figures playing video games in America

    Harrison Jacobs
    23 May 2015 | 3:00 am
    Two years ago, 21-year-old Diego “Quas” Ruiz flew from Venezuela to Los Angeles for a job playing video games. It was a drastic move. Ruiz had no friends or family in LA, and he didn’t know how long his newly formed team would last. But for him America promised more stability than his native country. “Back in Venezuela, you worry every day about what you are going to do, what job you will get, how you are going to keep yourself going,” Ruiz recently told Business Insider. “I thought life in the United States would be easier, more advanced, less stressful.” These days, Ruiz gets…
  • This 23-year-old gave up a corporate job to make $5,000 a month reselling thrift store clothes through an app

    Antonia Farzan
    22 May 2015 | 8:03 pm
    Back in 2012, when she was a student at the University of Arkansas, Alexandra Marquez downloaded the Poshmark app on a whim. She'd seen it mentioned on social media and was immediately intrigued by the concept. While it looks similar to Instagram, Poshmark allows you to sell clothing just like you would on eBay. "I was super addicted from the start," the 23-year-old says. "It was a great way to make money." Although many of Poshmark's 700,000 sellers use the app as a way to clean out their closets, Marquez had always been interested in running her own business. She began searching thrift…
  • Elon Musk didn't like his kids' school, so he made his own small, secretive school without grade levels

    Maya Kosoff
    22 May 2015 | 7:50 pm
    Elon Musk didn't like his kids' school, so he started his own, the inventor and entrepreneur said in an interview on Beijing Television. The school is called Ad Astra — which means "To the stars" — and is small and relatively secretive. It doesn't have its own website or a social media presence. Christina Simon, who writes about private elementary schools in Los Angeles, has done some digging around Ad Astra. She says she's been in contact with a mother whose child attends Musk's school. The mother told Simon that the relatively new Ad Astra School is "very small and experimental," and…
  • THE PROGRAMMATIC-ADVERTISING REPORT: Mobile, video, and real-time bidding drive growth in programmatic

    Mark Hoelzel and Marcelo Ballve
    22 May 2015 | 5:00 pm
    The embrace of programmatic ad-buying tools is fueling a dramatic uptick in the share of digital ads sold through programmatic platforms, particularly those focused on real-time bidding or RTB. Total US programmatic ad revenue will top nearly $15 billion this year, according to BI Intelligence estimates. RTB, particularly mobile and video RTB, are spearheading growth.  In this all-new in-depth research from BI Intelligence that updates our popular July 2014 report on programmatic, we find that the US digital-ad market will reach a programmatic…
  • The 31-year-old convicted of running a huge criminal website asks to be spared a life sentence

    Julie Bort
    22 May 2015 | 4:51 pm
    Ross Ulbricht, the mastermind behind the Web's most famous black market, has run out of options and is now pleading with a judge not to send him to prison for life, Bloomberg reports. Prosecutors said that Ulbricht was the "Dread Pirate Roberts," the person who ran the infamous online marketplace called Silk Road where people could buy just about anything, especially drugs. Ulbricht was convicted in February. And with sentencing scheduled for May 29, Ulbricht, 31, is now asking for mercy from the court. He sent a letter to the Manhattan federal judge asking to be spared the maximum…
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  • 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 […]
  • The one reason you should oppose the TPP

    7 May 2015 | 3:25 am
    Today I attended an Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs (IDEAS) event about the TPP. Among the panel members, included Michael Froman, the US trade representative and chief advisor to President Obama on issues of International Trade and Investment. (big shot!!) For those you don’t know, the Trans-Pacific Partnership(TPP) agreement is a trade deal between 12 countries […]
  • Why you have to pay GST on your Prepaid Top-Ups

    4 May 2015 | 1:51 am
    I strongly believe the Goods and Service Tax is a good idea. Yes, it will impact the poor more than the rich. Yes, it will cause the cost of living to increase at a time when most Malaysians are struggling to pay the bills. But the people who will suffer the most aren’t the poor, […]
  • Should an IP address be used to Identify someone?

    28 Apr 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Recently a court in Malaysia ruled that the newly amended evidence act could presume an IP address would uniquely identify a user of a network, and in the case of an Internet IP address, enough to tie an IP to the individual subscriber. In other words if the authorities ever found out that ‘your’ IP address was behind […]
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  • Bionic eyes coming soon to an optometrist near you

    Rajiv Ashrafi
    22 May 2015 | 11:06 pm
    Bionic eyes coming soon to an optometrist near you via - From the future-tech-to-definitely-try-out department comes word that we may soon get a bionic eye that offers “three times better than 20/20 [vision]” for life. Yes, you read that right. An optometrist from British Columbia claims to have done exactly that. Dr. Garth Webb, the creator, has dubbed the revolutionary device the Ocumetrics Bionic Lens, which appears to be very similar in design to conventional lenses employed in cataract surgery. The device is planted in an eight-minute installation procedure that is reportedly…
  • New NFS game is an Underground reboot!

    Rajiv Ashrafi
    21 May 2015 | 9:33 pm
    New NFS game is an Underground reboot! via - Yes, yes, and yes: there’s a new NFS game coming, and it’s a reboot of Underground! The upcoming game will be a “full reboot” of the franchise and will go back to its roots, offering deep customization, urban cars, and an open world with a story mode tacked on. It’s being developed by Ghost Games, which is pulling in all the stops for this coming game. EA is also using Speedhunters, its own car culture community, to offer “authentic” car culture (whatever that means) by delving into the past, present, and future of the urban car…
  • LG shows off amazing ‘wallpaper’ OLED display

    Rajiv Ashrafi
    20 May 2015 | 6:59 pm
    LG shows off amazing ‘wallpaper’ OLED display via - Display technology has been getting better and better, but this is just amazing: LG showed off a 55-inch OLED panel that weighs just 1.9 KG (4lbs) and is 0.97mm thick. Let that sink in for a bit. The panel is so freaking thin that it can be stuck to the wall with a magnetic mat. Moreover, it can then be peeled off like a wallpaper. In fact, you can see the images below of it in action. However, don’t get your hopes too high. While it may be much thinner than flagship OLED televisions right now, the panel likely doesn’t…
  • Sharp’s Aquos Xx brings bezel-less design to top-end market

    Rajiv Ashrafi
    19 May 2015 | 12:24 pm
    Sharp’s Aquos Xx brings bezel-less design to top-end market via - Sharp is wowing everyone again with a new bezel-less device. Unlike the Aquos Crystal, this new phone is a flagship model. Dubbed the Aquos Xx, the phone features a 5.7 inch full HD display, 3GB RAM, Snapdragon 810 processor, and 32GB of internal storage. The specs are definitely top-range and will compete well against rival phones in this category. The Xx has a big leg-up thanks to its 3,000 mAh battery coupled with its fascinating design. On the camera front, we are getting a 13 MP camera on the back and 2 MP on the…
  • Facebook bringing games to Messenger platform

    Rajiv Ashrafi
    18 May 2015 | 6:52 pm
    Facebook bringing games to Messenger platform via - You might soon be able to play games with your friends right inside Messenger. Facebook has confirmed that it’s talking with developers on ways to integrate games into its burgeoning chat platform. They want the games to live inside the Messenger app; they should also be available through the in-app store. Facebook has been opening up its Messenger platform since March. They have added APIs that let developers create apps that interact directly with Messenger. So far, apps have focused mostly on sending GIFs, stickers, drawings, and stuff.
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  • Magento Releases New Patch Bundle To Address Multiple Security Vulnerabilities

    22 May 2015 | 11:31 am
    Magento has released a bundle of patches that fix several vulnerabilities. The vulnerabilities addressed by the patch can be exploited by attackers to disclose confidential information and execute code remotely. The bundle (SUPEE-5994) can be downloaded here and should be applied as soon as possible by users of Magento Community Edition and Magento Enterprise Edition.… Continue reading →
  • The Easiest Way To Add Free Images To Your WordPress Blog

    22 May 2015 | 11:00 am
    Using compelling, attention-grabbing images with WordPress and social media posts is one of the best ways to increase engagement and drive traffic. But licensing images isn’t cheap — if you publish frequently and use a stock image service like Getty Images or ShutterStock, you can end up spending hundreds of dollars a month on images.… Continue reading →
  • Backing Up Your WordPress Database The Right Way

    20 May 2015 | 11:00 am
    One of the most heartbreaking experiences I’ve had when advising people about WordPress was with a friend of mine who had spent weeks setting up her site, writing content, and posting images, only to lose everything just as she was about to launch because she mistyped a command on her VPS’s command line. Of course,… Continue reading →
  • Attracting Traffic Is Only Half The Struggle For Business Site Owners

    18 May 2015 | 11:00 am
    No business has a bottomless pot of money to spend on their online presence. What money they do have has to be spent in the right place. Site owners face competing demands: hosting, SEO, content, design, advertising, social media promotion, and so on. Unfortunately, I’ve seen many businesses split the pot in the wrong way;… Continue reading →
  • Adding JavaScript To Your WordPress Site The Right Way

    15 May 2015 | 11:00 am
    If you have a basic familiarity with web development, you’ll know that if you want to add a JavaScript or JQuery script to your site, the best way is to insert the < script > tags into the head section of the pages (or at the bottom of the body section, in some cases). The… Continue reading →
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  • Osper Card Reviews – Prepaid Debit Credit Card

    29 Apr 2015 | 3:03 pm
    As a father of two children, a blogger and someone that has worked in technology for nearly 20 years. I love it when I find a product where all three come together. If you haven't heard of Osper before it's a prepaid debit or credit card aimed at helping parents to educate their children about finances. I have read a few Osper Card Reviews but after using their service since January 2015, I  felt compelled to write my own Osper Review. ×Proofread 3 Osper Card Reviews - What is Osper? Osper is a really straightforward app that is linked to a MasterCard debit or credit card.You order a…
  • iZettle Review – user and customer reviews for chip and pin

    19 Apr 2015 | 4:50 am
    iZettle - take payments from your customers, without any fuss or ridiculous charges I'll begin my iZettle review with a story. Whilst visiting a local shop the other day something incredibly strange happened. I went to purchase something using my debit card, virtually all shops accept them these days. Only to be told "Sorry we don't accept card payments. There is a cash machine down the road."So what did I do? I went and made the purchase from a shop that does take card payments. I didn't have the time to go cash machine hunting. Ok, my story probably isn't that strange, but it shows that in…
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  • Frostbite Technical Director shows off AMD Radeon R9 390X

    The Sorcerer
    22 May 2015 | 11:35 am
    Johan Andersson, technical director for Frostbite engine at DICE, couldn’t help but show off AMD’s upcoming flagship GPU that many are calling it as AMD Radeon R9 390X. It’s not clear if AMD would be having that naming for the card officially. But Johan Andersson seems to be very impressed with it. He said via Twitter,“This new island is one seriously impressive and sweet GPU.” The much talked and conveniently info leaked AMD Radeon R9 390X is a highly anticipated card and also uses HBM that is said to be nine times faster than the current GDDR5 VRAM standard. As…
  • Shanghai Police busts two men selling counterfeit Razer Products online

    The Sorcerer
    22 May 2015 | 6:59 am
    The Shanghai Police recently busted two Chinese-based online dealers selling counterfeit Razer products. There have been many reports of counterfeited products being sold. Razer was working along with the Chinese authorities to bust the fake product manufacturing and sales of gaming hardware. As of now, two Chinese are arrested while they were caught red-handed while selling counterfeit Razer products online. Haikui Lin and Ping Gong are sentenced to one year in prison and have to pay a fine of 140,000 RMB and another 150,000RMB fine which will be given to Razer. Whether this will stop…
  • AMD preparing Catalyst 15.5 BETA drivers optimized for Project Cars, Witcher 3

    The Sorcerer
    21 May 2015 | 12:45 pm
    Just after Slightly Mad studios dismissed rumours about sabotaging performance for AMD Radeon cards and blaming it on AMD Radeon Catalyst drivers, the red GPU makers didn’t take that long to react by announcing that they are working on  Catalyst 15.5 BETA drivers. AMD made an announcement that it will be bringing a new BETA driver with performance optimizations for Project Cars and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. AMD didn’t say when the BETA drivers will be out, but they did mention it will come soon. AMD users also proposed a ‘fix’ in the meantime for those who are playing…
  • Need for Speed gets rebooted, shows off with a teaser

    The Sorcerer
    21 May 2015 | 9:54 am
    The popular racing franchise ‘Need For Speed’ gets a reboot. Ghost Games, one of EA’s studios revealed that they will re-introduce the game but with the functions that NFS is known for since NFS: Underground days- ‘deep customization, authentic urban car culture, a nocturnal open world, and an immersive narrative that pulls you through the game.’ As of now, only a teaser is shown. But a trailer will be shown on June 15th, 2015. The game will be available for PC via Origin, PlayStation 4 and XBox One. The game is expected to be released in Fall 2015. The Swedish…
  • MSI denies rumours of selling its gaming notebook business to Lenovo

    The Sorcerer
    20 May 2015 | 9:28 pm
    A Taiwan-based news source posted a news earlier that Lenovo is in talks with MSI to acquiring the gaming notebook division. It was said that its undisclosed sources said that Lenovo is interested to boost its gaming notebook business, and at the same time MSI would sell its gaming notebook business because of increasing amount of gaming notebook OEMs. MSI declared the rumours of Lenovo buying out its gaming notebook business as clear as one can possibly say. Andy Tung, president of MSI, said in a statement, “In regards to the rumors circulating about [a] Lenovo and MSI acquisition, MSI…
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    The Four-eyed Journal

  • 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!
  • How many more Mary Jane Velosos?

    27 Apr 2015 | 9:40 pm
    Update: Indonesia has postponed the execution of Mary Jane Veloso, based on the fact that the accused recruiter had surrendered to the authorities and will face investigation. While it did not commute Veloso’s death sentence, the postponement has granted her and her family a glimmer of hope, a second chance at life, if you will. Now, the ball is on the hands of the Philippine government, the Aquino administration to thoroughly investigate, prosecute and bring to justice the real perpetrators behind the illegal trafficking and using Veloso as a drug mule. Her life, literally depends on…
  • Jack Doyle: Why ‘The Hobbit’ Doesn’t Cut It

    23 Apr 2015 | 5:34 pm
    Even in a fantasy world, millennials could journey with the Lord of the Rings characters. Aragorn struggles to accept his true identity. Eowyn battles prejudice and unrequited love. Frodo is the smallest and most unlikely hero — and even with powerful friends, he’s not guaranteed to win. I’ve heard more than one friend claim (and who can blame them) that their sexual awakening happened around when the exhausted, sweaty Aragorn opened the doors of Edoras in slow motion. Many young people, myself included, started writing our own fantasy stories inspired by the movies. And our throats…
  • Iqbal as an alias, what’s the big deal?

    21 Apr 2015 | 10:36 pm
    Despite the illegal use of a nom de guerre in negotiating with the government, Iqbal’s acts cannot be deemed invalid or illegal, provided they were done with the authority of the MILF, his principal. In point of fact, the MILF leadership has expressly affirmed his authority and the binding effect of his acts. So, what’s the big deal? Moreover, the government’s peace panel headed by Miriam Coronel Ferrer, including Secretary Teresita Deles, admitted knowledge of Iqbal’s nom de guerre; in fact, they also know his real name. So, his use of a fictitious name is not an issue in assessing…
  • CNET: What you need to know about Wi-Fi calling

    21 Apr 2015 | 7:23 pm
    Curious about Wi-Fi calling? Or do you have it confused with with other services like Skype, Viber, etc? CNET has a comprehensive rundown of what Wi-FI calling is, how it works and which providers in the US are offering it. Curious though as to when local telcos like Globe and Smart will offer it.
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    Create Your Next Customer

  • Tech Marketing Webinar: How Effective is Your Content Marketing?

    Carly Cohen
    19 May 2015 | 2:03 pm
    How Effective is Your Content Marketing? Speakers: Stephanie Stahl, VP of Content, UBM Tech Amy Doherty, Director of Research, UBM Tech Webinars, research, white papers and video… what do they all have in common? These are just a few of the key content formats business technology professionals rely on to make purchasing decisions. UBM Tech released its 2015 Content Connects research report which studies the content consumption habits of technology professionals, identifying the range of content formats that inform IT buyers and measures the actions that content inspires. Join Stephanie…
  • UBM Tech Content Connects Research Reveals IT Professionals Comfortable with Native Advertising

    Winnie Ng Schuchman
    19 May 2015 | 6:04 am
    UBM Tech’s released its 2015 Content Connects research report. The annual report studies the content consumption habits of technology professionals, identifying the range of content formats that inform IT buyers and measures the actions that content inspires. UBM Tech’s VP of Content Marketing Stephanie Stahl and Research Director Amy Doherty will share the results of the study via a live webinar on June 10, 2015 at 10:00 AM PDT. To register, visit “It’s critical that marketers develop content in the right format for their…
  • Making Your (Power)Point: A Handy SlideShare Checklist

    Beyond PR
    18 May 2015 | 4:05 pm
    Although SlideShare has been around for nearly ten years, marketers are only beginning to tap the true potential of this powerful lead gen tool. Similar to YouTube, the platform’s native audience is the tip of the iceberg in terms of potential views. Once uploaded, you can also easily embed your presentations into your website, blog and other social platforms like LinkedIn. And, just like any social platform, there are steps you should take to optimize your content. Before you post that presentation, ask yourself the following: Does it hold up without a speaker? If you’re sharing a…
  • UBM Launches New Tech Resource Library

    Hilary Jansen
    11 May 2015 | 2:05 pm
    Enhanced resources on include easier navigation, social sharing, and new topic areas SAN FRANCISCO, May 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ –The redesigned website of UBM’s Tech Resource Library goes live today. UBM Tech aims to make it easier for IT professionals to search and consume the content they need to help support their business technology buying decisions. The Tech Library is home to more than 15,000 white papers, case studies, research reports, webinars, videos and other content assets from our technology partners. The new design incorporates updated…
  • Why Audience Is Key To Your Blogging Success

    Beyond PR
    7 May 2015 | 3:39 pm
    Today’s blogging community is dramatically different than what it once was. In the mid 1990s, online diaries sprang forth from discussion groups, bringing writers a more structured way to journal their personal thoughts and activities. Thanks to the introduction of tools like LiveJournal, Blogger and WordPress, blogging exploded in popularity in the early 2000s. Now, millions of blog posts are published each day. Although most bloggers still communicate via the written word, you’ll find others that use video, photos, or audio to tell their story. Multi-author blogs,…
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  • A Software (App) Solution For The Nexus 5 Power Button Problem

    22 May 2015 | 5:04 am
    I started experiencing an issue on my Nexus 5 Smartphone where the phone would enter into a reboot loop, rebuild the app list, etc… (common problem with the Nexus 5 when the power button is failing). If you perform a search on this problem, you will find multiple solutions, including one (last resort solution) where […]
  • Turn Your Android Smartphone Into A Level

    19 May 2015 | 6:58 am
    iHandy Level Free may be a handy app to keep on your phone for those times you are hanging a picture on the wall (to get things straight). Not only handy, but a beautiful app as well.   NOTE: Because the sensor inside every individual device could be built slightly differently, to make the level more […]
  • A Flash Drive That Is As Small As Your Thumbnail

    18 May 2015 | 7:45 am
    Recently purchased a couple of the SanDisk Cruzer Fit 8GB USB 2.0 Low-Profile Flash Drives to use with my car and truck audio systems (which means — “no more CD’s”)… Due to the small size of these drives they are best suited for purposes such as this where you plug them in and leave them in […]
  • Email – Less Is More

    16 May 2015 | 9:01 pm
    Was reading the USA Today tech article about 8 things you’re still doing wrong with email and there was “one of the eight” that really jumped out at me. That “one” being;  When composing an email “Less Is More” — meaning: K. I. S. S. — Keep it simple, stupid. Email is not the place to write […]
  • Copy A Hard Disk Drive (HDD) To A Solid State Drive (SSD) With AOMEI Backupper Standard (FREE)

    14 May 2015 | 9:01 pm
    Recently I purchased and installed the Transcend Information 256 GB SATA III 6 Gb/s 2.5-Inch Solid State Drive in a Windows 7 based Toshiba notebook computer that was approximately 5 years old. The difference this upgrade made was very noticeable. Part of the upgrade process involved cloning the existing hard disk drive (HDD) to the new […]
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    NCTechNews -- North Carolina business and technology news

  • Report Demonstrates Economic Impact of N.C. Court System

    David Menzies
    22 May 2015 | 5:17 am
    CARY, N.C. -- The North Carolina Court System generated more than $460 million in direct economic impact last year, according to a study commissioned by the North Carolina Bar Association. The Economic Impact of the North Carolina Court System on the North Carolina Economy report also revealed that more than 6,000 jobs were supported by the court system in fiscal year 2013-14. Combined with indirect and induced values, the court system generated $890 million in total economic impact on the North Carolina economy and supported more than 9,000 North Carolina jobs. “The study,” said NCBA…
  • Happy Fix Launches Happy Notes Newsletter

    David Menzies
    21 May 2015 | 6:24 am
    THE PEAK OF GOOD LIVING: APEX, N.C.  – Triangle-based positive lifestyle company Happy Fix® has published the first issue of its Happy Notes newsletter updating the company’s growing number of Happbassadors -- Happiness Ambassadors -- on recent activities of America's happiest startup. The newsletter is one in a series of outreach efforts by Happy Fix to educate people that with positive thinking and focused action they can build the happiest lives possible.The Spring 2015 issue of Happy Notes provides updates on recent Happy Fix activities including the successful launch of the…
  • TCDI Announces Expanded Relationship With Masters Conference

    David Menzies
    21 May 2015 | 3:36 am
    GREENSBORO, N.C. -- TCDI, a market leader in litigation technology and services for eDiscovery and litigation case management, announced today the company has expanded its relationship with Masters Conference as two founding members of the eDiscovery event join the company in key roles. As part of the expanded relationship, TCDI will be a presenting sponsor for all upcoming events and will work closely with the event management on identifying topics for the various sessions. Richard Clark and Alexander Lewis, original founders of the Masters Conference, joined TCDI late in 2014 and will be…
  • Axxess Unlimited, Inc. (AXXU) Releases Proprietary Workplace Drug Test Compliance Service

    David Menzies
    21 May 2015 | 3:35 am
    CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Axxess Unlimited, Inc. (OTC PINK: AXXU) announces the release of its "Workplace Drug Test Compliance Service" software on May 29, 2015. Developed as a cloud base, annual software as a solution (SaaS) subscription, this software provides employers an efficient and cost-effective tool to develop and manage employee drug testing programs. "Workplace Drug Test Compliance Service" provides federal, state and public/private employers the ability to create, manage and implement a drug testing program, acceptable under all federal and state jurisdictions. Human resource, risk…
  • Real Estate Brokerages Prepare for Big Changes in 2016

    David Menzies
    21 May 2015 | 3:22 am
    MORRISVILLE, N.C. -- The real estate industry is embarking on a welcomed and significant change that will completely alter the way real estate brokers and agents use MLS data in all their software applications as the industry rolls out its mandated "RESO Data Dictionary" in 2016. Beginning January 1, the board of the National Association of REALTORS® implemented a policy that requires Realtor-affiliated MLSs to comply with the RESO Data Dictionary, a set of standard data fields for property information, ensuring "all MLSs will speak the same language," said Jeremy Crawford, Executive…
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  • RealNetworks lanza RealTimes, una versión mejorada de su servicio de intercambio de fotos en la nube

    Domadis Cabrera
    20 May 2015 | 10:00 am
    ¿Eres de esos que tienen demasiadas fotos y videos, pero no el tiempo suficiente para organizarlas y compartirlas? Si es así, entonces debes echarle un vistazo a RealTimes, una nueva aplicación y servicio de RealNetworks. RealTimes recoge automáticamente los mejores momentos de tu galería de fotos y los utiliza para crear un montaje de video que ellos llaman RealTimes Story. Puedes personalizar tus RealTimes Stories reordenando los clips y las fotos, cambiando la duración y agregando filtros y bandas sonoras. Esas historias pueden ser perfectamente compartidas, con cualquier usuario…
  • Apple libera la primera actualización de software para el Apple Watch

    Domadis Cabrera
    19 May 2015 | 9:37 pm
    Apple lanzó hoy la primera actualización de software para el Apple Watch, Watch OS, que ahora llega a la versión 1.01, y que trae mejoras en el rendimiento, soporte para más idiomas y el nuevo emoji. Aunque el rendimiento del Apple Watch debe mejorar en todos los ámbitos, Apple destaca características como Siri, el seguimiento de la actividad física, las aplicaciones de terceros y la accesibilidad en particular. Entre los nuevos idiomas soportados están el portugués brasileño, danés, holandés, sueco, ruso, tailandés y turco. No hay mucho más aparte de esto. Actualizaremos este…
  • Apple lanza una nueva base dock con conector Lightning

    Domadis Cabrera
    19 May 2015 | 11:37 am
      Apple actualizó el MacBook Retina de 15 pulgadas el día de hoy, pero también lanzaron un nuevo accesorio para el iPhone, un dock con un conector Lightning. El nuevo dock trabajará con el iPhone 5, el iPhone 5c, iPhone 5S, iPhone 6 y iPhone 6 Plus. La base sostiene el iPhone en posición vertical, de modo que es perfecta para tenerlo sobre la mesa. Y puedes usarla incluso si el iPhone tiene puesta una funda diseñada por Apple, y tampoco hace falta que saques el dispositivo de la base para desbloquearlo o usar Touch ID. La base Dock Lightning para iPhone cuenta con una salida de…
  • Click Wheel trae la ruedita del iPod a la pantalla de tu iPhone

    Domadis Cabrera
    18 May 2015 | 3:15 pm
    Si extrañas tu viejo iPod Classic, entonces no te preocupes, porque una nueva aplicación podría ayudarte a aliviar tu nostalgia.Una nueva aplicación de teclado para iPhone llamada Click Wheel Keyboard, lleva toda la diversión de la vieja rueda de control del iPod a tu iPhone o cualquier otro dispositivo con iOS 8. El ‘teclado’ es un simple círculo en la pantalla, que funciona como una rueda de desplazamiento, mientras una serie de letras, números y símbolos van pasando con cada giro. Al tocar el botón central se introduce el carácter seleccionado en el campo de texto.
  • Empleados de una tienda de Apple enferman tras recibir paquete sospechoso

    Domadis Cabrera
    17 May 2015 | 1:23 pm
    Una tienda de Apple en Monterey, California fue evacuada antes de ayer, luego de que los empleados de la tienda comenzaran a enfermar al parecer tras entrar en contacto con un paquete entregado en la tienda y que estaba cubierto con una sustancia desconocida. CBS informa que “los bomberos y los técnicos de materiales peligrosos determinaron que el paquete se contaminó durante el transporte cuando una sustancia desconocida aparentemente se filtró en el exterior del paquete.” “Los empleados de la tienda en el centro comercial Del Monte llamaron al 911 a las 12:25 pm,…
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  • Weekend Open Forum: What are your favorite personal flying drones?

    Justin Kahn
    22 May 2015 | 4:15 pm
    From hydrogen powered flyers, to camera equipped quadcopters and autonomous Amazon bots that will deliver our packages one day, drones are everywhere. I am even seeing more and more of them in public. There are so many variants in just about every price range across the board. Some with assisted...
  • Google refreshes the Hangouts Chrome app for OS X, Windows and more

    Justin Kahn
    22 May 2015 | 3:15 pm
    For all of you Mac owners that use Google Hangouts on a regular basis to chat with your friends, family and co-workers, the search giant is launching an update that might make you reconsider the official app.
  • This hydrogen-powered drone can remain airborne for up to four hours

    Shawn Knight
    22 May 2015 | 2:15 pm
    One of the major shortcomings of today’s drones – even the really expensive models – is battery life. You’re doing good if you can get 20-25 minutes of flight time on a full charge but a company by the name of Horizon Unmanned Systems (HUS) recently unveiled a drone that can...
  • Mozilla to begin testing Firefox ads based on browsing history

    Shawn Knight
    22 May 2015 | 1:15 pm
    Mozilla is taking its controversial in-browser advertising program to the next level. The foundation will roll out Suggested Tiles to its beta channel starting next week, joining Directory Tiles and Enhanced Tiles.
  • Uber spotted testing 'advanced' vehicle on the streets of Pittsburgh

    Shawn Knight
    22 May 2015 | 12:15 pm
    Uber was recently spotted testing one of its "advanced" vehicles on the streets of Pittsburgh. If the massive array of equipment on the roof wasn’t enough to give it away, the “Uber Advanced Technologies Center” wording plastered on the doors would certainly do the trick. ...
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  • Rush for Tesla Batteries Shifts Storage Paradigm

    Pete Danko
    14 May 2015 | 6:30 am
    Yeah, you might say that Tesla’s big battery announcement went over pretty well. Within days of introducing the Powerwall and Powerpack – attractive units, but more importantly, less expensive than expected – the company had booked $800 million in reservations.Image snipped from Tesla’s April 30 battery announcement.And no matter what you think about the immediate usefulness of the Tesla Energy batteries, the enthusiastic reaction should serve to propel advancement in producing better and cheaper energy storage options, and that will only help encourage more renewable energy to…
  • Could Controlled-Fusion Usher in a New Era of Clean Energy?

    Dr. Kat Mizouni
    4 May 2015 | 6:10 am
    Today six governments are involved in the planning and construction of what could be called “the largest international scientific undertaking in history”. Their purpose: to usher in a new era of clean, abundant energy. University of Washington scientists may be even closer.Fusion is theoretically well understood from the study of thermonuclear reactions and conditions that power the Sun. Under extremely high temperatures and pressure, hydrogen atoms are forced to overcome their electrical repulsion and fuse together, thereby releasing energy. Although the construction of such a device on…
  • Community Solar Spreading the PV Goodness

    Pete Danko
    3 May 2015 | 7:30 am
    The story of rooftop solar power in recent years is one of challenges conquered. Panels too pricey? Scaled up production (in China, mainly) took care of that. System capital costs still too high? New finance models, like leasing, came to the rescue.The next big challenge to fall by the wayside might be in making solar available to the millions of people and businesses who don’t have a rooftop of their own for a system.A community solar project taking shape in Colorado this spring. Image via SunShare.The National Renewable Energy Laboratory just released a report that found massive…
  • China Solar Power Surges: Leaves Entire World Behind

    Pete Danko
    26 Apr 2015 | 8:06 am
    China issued an update on its solar progress this week and made every other solar-seeking country around the world feel kind of pathetic.The National Energy Board said 5.04 GW was installed in the first quarter of 2015. To put that in perspective, China’s three-month total was just a gigawatt shy of what the U.S. installed in all of 2014 – and it was a good year for the Americans, their best ever. And as an Australia-based renewable energy website noted, 5.04 GW is “an amount the Australian government has said would be impossible to install within five years.”image via…
  • Putting a Price on Carbon: A Tough, But Necessary, Nut to Crack

    Pete Danko
    19 Apr 2015 | 6:29 am
    Carbon dioxide exacts a cost, that much we know. It’s when we try to take the logical next step – putting a price on carbon – that things get complicated.The issue is in the news as the province of Ontario moves to join what Clean Energy Canada calls “North America’s largest cap and trade alliance,” the one between Ontario’s Canadian neighbor Quebec and the state of California.image via Government of OntarioIf you’re not familiar with how a cap and trade scheme works, conceptually, it’s pretty simple: Government sets a limit on the total amount of carbon emissions…
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  • Free Gift Cards, Games & Design Tools: 5 Sites with Great Giveaways

    Justin Pot
    22 May 2015 | 9:30 pm
    Free’s always good, right? If you’re willing to spend some time online, you can find all sorts of things for free. And we love pointing this out. We’ve shown you some obscure tips over the years, like using IFTTT to be notified of freebies or how to get free stuff from Amazon. Today, Cool Websites and Apps is going to show you few more great sources for free stuff. There’s an app with contests, and four sites that offer everything from free indie games to design and audio files. Let’s get started! ClaimIt (iOS, Android coming soon): Contests and Giveaways,…
  • What You Need to Know to Make Your Brand Stand Out on Social Media

    Dave LeClair
    22 May 2015 | 7:30 pm
    So you’re starting your own business. That’s awesome! It can be a scary journey, but should you make the right moves and perhaps get a little bit lucky, it could be the most rewarding thing you’ve ever done. Now you need to get word about your brand out there. How should you do it? Jumping on social media is a great place to begin. But for that to work, you need to make sure you understand each of the different social networks. What works on Facebook won’t work on Twitter. Strategies used on LinkedIn are different from those on Pinterest....Read the full article: What…
  • 20 Year Old Bug Breaks Internet Encryption: How To Tell if Your Browser is Affected

    Andre Infante
    22 May 2015 | 2:00 pm
    A novel encryption bug has surfaced recently, which could pose a threat to online privacy. Dubbed “LogJam,” the bug occurs in the TSL (the Transport Security Layer), an encryption protocol used to authenticate servers and conceal the contents of secure web activity (like your bank login). The bug allows a man-in-the-middle attacker to force your browser, and the server it’s connected to, to use a weak form of encryption which is vulnerable to brute-force attacks. This is related to the ‘FREAK’ vulnerability discovered and patched earlier this year. These bugs…
  • The Ongoing War Against Stolen Tweets, And How You Can Help

    Mihir Patkar
    22 May 2015 | 12:00 pm
    People are getting job offers and recognition for their tweets – it’s time to get serious about plagiarism on Twitter. Twitter is important enough that everyone needs it, yet you probably don’t realize how many tweets in your timeline are copied from someone else’s thoughts. And even if you do, you might, “What’s the big deal? It’s just Twitter.” Turns out, it is a big deal. Those 140 characters matter. Why Stolen Tweets Are Important Your tweets are your work; you should get credit for them. Twitter provides simple ways for others to share your…
  • Celebrating 25 Years of Microsoft Solitaire: The History, Rules & a Tournament

    Matthew Hughes
    22 May 2015 | 11:30 am
    If I was to ask you to think of a timeless computer game, what immediately springs to mind? Perhaps the ultra-violent Doom, or Age of Empires, or even Tomb Raider? How about Microsoft Solitaire? Solitaire – the preserve of procrastinating office workers and bored housewives – is celebrating its 25th anniversary, and Microsoft is commemorating it by bringing an updated version of the game to Windows 10, and a no-holds-barred group tournament. It’s an iconic game; one that’s shipped on hundreds of millions of computers, with billions of games played. But why has…
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    PC Pitstop TechTalk

  • Malware Destroys PCs When Detected
    20 May 2015 | 4:10 pm
    A recently discovered strain of malware has been found to be capable of erasing a systems hard drive -upon detection. Continue Reading →The post Malware Destroys PCs When Detected appeared first on PC Pitstop TechTalk.Related posts:Beta Bot Malware Can Turn Off Your AntiVirus The FBI has issued a warning about a new...New Malware Makes Your PC a Zombie Soldier A newly discovered strain of malware enslaves PCs and raids...250,000 New Malware Threats Everyday The number of malware threats is growing at a frightening...
  • How to Completely Remove Antivirus Software

    Dave's Computer Tips
    20 May 2015 | 1:39 pm
    Before you move on to a new antivirus solution - make sure your current antivirus software is completely removed. Continue Reading →The post How to Completely Remove Antivirus Software appeared first on PC Pitstop TechTalk.Related posts:Completely Remove Unwanted Programs How to completely uninstall and remove very stubborn programs....6 Steps To Remove Malware Completely Malware can mutate within minutes. If you're infected, clean...Where is Your Antivirus Software Made? Many antivirus software companies are based in countries with histories...
  • 7 Security Features of New Edge Browser

    20 May 2015 | 1:16 pm
    The new browser included with Windows 10 promises 7 new security features. Continue Reading →The post 7 Security Features of New Edge Browser appeared first on PC Pitstop TechTalk.Related posts:Which Browser Offers Best Protection from Malware Web browsers have become a favorite target for those...3 Important Safety Tips for Browser Extensions Browser extensions can greatly enhance your browsing experience. Unfortunately,...Bob Rankin: Which Browser is The Most Secure? Do you trust your web browser to warn you...
  • Questionable Antivirus Reviews

    The Pit Crew
    19 May 2015 | 1:28 pm
    A recent Google search for antivirus reviews directs those seeking information to sites filled with less than credible reviews. Continue Reading →The post Questionable Antivirus Reviews appeared first on PC Pitstop TechTalk.Related posts:Is AntiVirus Really Free? Take a wrong turn on a download page and you...Symantec Admits Antivirus Is Dead Finally one the big AV players admits what we have...Why Antivirus Software Didn’t Save The New York Times The New York Times was the latest victim to...
  • When Free Isn’t Really Free

    Leo Notenboom
    19 May 2015 | 12:25 pm
    How to decipher all of the free software download, free trial & free scan offers. Continue Reading →The post When Free Isn’t Really Free appeared first on PC Pitstop TechTalk.Related posts:Is AntiVirus Really Free? Take a wrong turn on a download page and you...The Dangers of Downloading Free Software Occasionally I hear from folks who report problems that...Windows Talk: Three Free Programs Every Student Should Have College isn’t easy for students or computers. They’re both...
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    Tech Spikes

  • Has The Younger Generation Turned Off TV For Good?

    16 May 2015 | 5:14 pm
    By now, you’ve doubtless heard the term “cord cutting”. It’s an imposing name for a simple process: dumping your cable or satellite provider in favor of internet-delivered content. Cord cutters have only recently begun to truly grow in number, and many of us are left to wonder: what exactly should we make of this trend? Depending on who you listen to, cord cutting is either the way of the future and the death knell of traditional TV models, or a passing blip in the radar that industry giants can comfortably ignore. The truth, of course, is a mix of the two. New means of…
  • SEO Moving Too Fast? Here’s How to Keep Up

    Laura Jackson
    11 May 2015 | 7:55 pm
    Technology and the way we use it move quickly. When you own a business, it’s essential to keep up with the practices that are relevant to your industry, but it can be a struggle. When everything’s moving so fast, how can you find the time to stay up to date? Just as you’re getting to grips with something new, everyone else is already starting to move on. Keeping your knowledge of the latest SEO trends refreshed is important for many people, whether they’re a business owner or a website designer. But how can you be sure you’re still doing the right thing? If…
  • 4 Health Benefits Of Playing Video Games

    Laura Jackson
    5 May 2015 | 6:28 pm
    You can probably remember your parents limiting your time gaming as a child because they were worried about the negative effects it would have on your health. If you are now a parent, perhaps you too, do the same – are your kids only allowed a certain amount of gaming time each day? Many studies that have shown that console and online games can have an adverse effect on the gamers health. However, there are also other studies that show the many health benefits of regular gaming. That’s right, contrary to everything your parents told you as you grew up, gaming does have some amazing…
  • So Your PC Has Stopped Working. Do You Need To Buy A New One?

    Laura Jackson
    29 Apr 2015 | 4:12 am
    You’ll find a PC in almost every home and office across the land. Computers are a form of technology that we’ve all come to love and depend on. They help us to stay productive and efficient, and they’re used on a daily basis. As you can imagine, it becomes something of a catastrophe when our PCs stop working! Some people just assume their computers have reached the end of their usable lives. At that stage, they’re resigned to thinking they need to buy a new one. But, is there any way of keeping existing PCs working for a while longer? Source The sad truth is that many people believe…
  • You’re Doing SEO All Wrong! Here’s Why

    Laura Jackson
    28 Apr 2015 | 6:27 pm
    Search engine optimisation is perhaps one of the most confusing aspects of online marketing. Few people understand it, and even fewer execute it well. Google have done a fantastic job of refining and honing its algorithm. They make regular changes to ensure they serve the best and most relevant content to their users. However, these constant changes and updates make it a nightmare for marketers and websites. Every time Google updates its algorithm, it changes the world of SEO. Essentially, everything you were told to do last year no longer works! Worse still, continuing to follow outdated…
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    Gizmag Emerging Technology Magazine

  • Dent Bot to protect vehicles from parking lot mishaps

    David Szondy
    23 May 2015 | 3:39 am
    Dent Bot is a concept design aimed at protecting cars against carpark dents, dings, and scratches by means of a deployable set of buffers that ward off open doors and other hazards... Continue Reading Dent Bot to protect vehicles from parking lot mishaps Section: Automotive Tags: Related Articles: Mogo Freedom gullwing trailer hauls outdoor gear, sleeps two Italdesign Giugiaro's Clipper concept is more than meets the eye Twin-fuselage Carplane prototype makes public debut Compact teardrop trailer transforms into a large family camper Land Rover takes wraps off Discovery Vision concept Will…
  • Ricoh develops energy-generating rubber

    David Szondy
    22 May 2015 | 5:59 pm
    As digital technology becomes more ubiquitous and the Internet of Things takes shape, the question of how to power it all becomes more pressing. Japanese technology firm Ricoh is looking at its new "energy-generating rubber" as one solution. According the company, the new piezoelectric polymer converts pressure and vibration into electric energy with high efficiency, yet is extremely flexible and durable... Continue Reading Ricoh develops energy-generating rubber Section: Electronics Tags: Related Articles: Vortex bladeless turbines wobble to generate energy WaveNET – the floating, flexible…
  • WaterBlade aims to have fitness buffs walking on water

    Ben Coxworth
    22 May 2015 | 2:38 pm
    There are already human-powered devices that allow you to walk on water, plus there are electric motor-powered stand-up paddleboards. The WaterBlade, however, appears to bridge the gap between the two. It's a floating platform that you stand on to "walk" across the water, but it also has a motor to help make things easier... Continue Reading WaterBlade aims to have fitness buffs walking on water Section: Outdoors Tags: Related Articles: ReFlow reuses grey water, saves fresh water Rainwater used to generate electricity The coolest water toys of 2014 Lightweight metal composite floats on water…
  • Thought-controlled robotic arm reacts faster and more smoothly than its predecessors

    Ben Coxworth
    22 May 2015 | 1:22 pm
    Although we've definitely seen a number of thought-controlled prosthetic arms before, most of those have been activated by implants in the user's motor cortex, which is the brain's movement-control center. The arms' resulting movements have been somewhat jerky, plus there's typically been a delay between the user thinking about moving the arm, and the actual movement taking place. Now, however, a team of researchers has announced the results of an experiment in which those limitations were greatly reduced... Continue Reading Thought-controlled robotic arm reacts faster and more smoothly than…
  • Pop Brixton houses local businesses in an upcycled shipping container campus

    Stu Robarts
    22 May 2015 | 12:08 pm
    A new pop-up local business campus is set to open in Brixton, London, UK. Pop Brixton will be home to local independent start-ups and small businesses. It will be housed in a temporary shipping container village, but it is the project's ethos that is perhaps its most innovative facet... Continue Reading Pop Brixton houses local businesses in an upcycled shipping container campus Section: Architecture Tags: shipping containers Related Articles: Infiniski adapts its shipping container houses to suit local conditions and resources Tsai Design Studio's shipping container classroom World's largest…
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    John Morris

  • How to Create a PHP 301 Header Redirect Script

    John Morris
    21 May 2015 | 5:24 am
    How do you implement a 301 header redirect in PHP? Here’s the answer and how to do it: Here’s the code I used in the video: <?php /** * PHP Redirect Script * * @author */ // Map IDs to URLs $accepted_ids = array( 'goog' => '', ); // Die on no ID if ( !isset( $_GET['id'] ) ) { die('Oops. Need an ID'); } // Set ID $id = $_GET['id']; // Die on ID not supported if ( ! in_array( $id, array_keys( $accepted_ids ) ) ) { die('Oops. That ID is not supported.'); } // Get campaign if set if ( isset( $_GET['utm_campaign'] ) ) { $campaign =…
  • MD5, SHA-1 or BCRYPT For Hashing and Storing Passwords in PHP?

    John Morris
    12 May 2015 | 11:02 am
    Should you use MD5, SHA-1 or BCRYPT when hashing and storing passwords using PHP? Here’s the answer and how to do it: Here’s the code I used in the video: <?php /** * Performs password hashing * * This class is used to perform common password hashing routines * * @version 1.0 * @author John Morris <> */ class Hash_Password { /** * Hashing algorithm * @access private * $var int */ private $algorithm = PASSWORD_DEFAULT; /** * Hashing options * @access private * $var array */ private $options; /** * Constructor * * Sets up class options */ public…
  • A PHP Script to Search a MySQL Database

    John Morris
    7 May 2015 | 12:33 pm
    How do you search a MySQL database using PHP? Here’s how: Here’s the code I used in the video: <?php /** * Performs a search * * This class is used to perform search functions in a MySQL database * * @version 1.0 * @author John Morris <> */ class search { /** * MySQLi connection * @access private * @var object */ private $mysqli; /** * Constructor * * This sets up the class */ public function __construct() { // Connect to our database and store in $mysqli property $this->connect(); } /** * Database connection * * This connects to our…
  • Coupon Code for the Complete Web Developer Course on Udemy

    John Morris
    6 May 2015 | 9:56 am
    The Complete Web Developer Course on Udemy is as the name says a comprehensive web development course for new to intermediate developers. The course covers these topics: HTML CSS Javascript jQuery Twitter Bootstrap WordPress PHP MySQL APIs Mobile Apps You can check out my full review of the Complete Web Developer Course here if you still have questions. Otherwise, you can use the special link below for an 85% off coupon to the course: Click here for the 85% off coupon code That is an affiliate link and I will earn a small commission (at NO cost to you) when you purchase the course through…
  • How to Insert Form Data Into a MySQL Database Using PHP

    John Morris
    29 Apr 2015 | 1:06 pm
    Why won’t my form data insert properly into my MySQL database? Here’s the most common reasons why: Here’s the code I used in the video: <?php // Only process the form if $_POST isn't empty if ( ! empty( $_POST ) ) { // Connect to MySQL $mysqli = new mysqli( 'localhost', 'YOUR_DB_USERNAME', 'YOUR_DB_PASSWORD', 'YOUR_DB_NAME' ); // Check our connection if ( $mysqli->connect_error ) { die( 'Connect Error: ' . $mysqli->connect_errno . ': ' . $mysqli->connect_error ); } // Insert our data $sql = "INSERT INTO user ( name, email ) VALUES (…
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  • How to Extract an Image from a Pages Document on Mac

    Mahesh Makvana
    22 May 2015 | 4:25 pm
    Pages is one of the office apps that Apple created for its Mac OS X system. It is the equivalent of Microsoft Word on Windows PC, though Microsoft Word is also available for the Mac platform. If you have been using the Pages app for some time, you will notice that it does not let you easily extract an image from a document. For example, if someone sent you a Pages document and you would like to extract an image from it, you cannot directly do that. You will be required to use one of the following ways to get an image off the document.These workarounds let you extract an image from a document…
  • MTE Deals: Power Bank, iTunes Gift Card, Go Pro Hero 4 and More

    22 May 2015 | 3:25 pm
    Need to power your smartphones and tablets while you are on the go? This PowerAdd Apollo2 Power Bank will charge them over a USB and better yet will charge itself using the included solar panel. This is perfect for camping trips or in situations where you won’t have access to an outlet. It has enough juice to recharge your iPhone 6 three to four times.Poweradd Apollo2 10,000mAh Solar Panel Portable USB Battery w/ Solar Panel Charger $19.99 (use code: DEOHCEGZ – list price $49.99).Get 20% off this $100 Apple iTunes gift card. Its basically like getting 20% off all music, apps and…
  • Ubuntu Snappy – What You Need to Know

    Attila Orosz
    22 May 2015 | 2:25 pm
    Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu Linux, has released a new cloud operating system, called Snappy Ubuntu Core. While Ubuntu Core might be a familiar name to many, meaning a bare-bones, minimalistic Ubuntu system, the new “snappy” approach is not something many would be familiar with. Although Snappy Ubuntu Core is meant for cloud systems, Ubuntu is panning to move its Desktop operating system onto a snappy base in the foreseeable future.A new package management approachSeasoned Ubuntu users have been quite familiar and comfortable using apt and its front-ends to install deb…
  • What Would It Take for You to Switch OS? [Poll]

    Laura Tucker
    22 May 2015 | 10:25 am
    We recently ran a poll where we asked about Microsoft’s announcement to not have any more versions of Windows. A lot of readers responded that they might switch OS because of it. This caused us to wonder on a wider scale what it would take for you to switch OS.There used to be a bigger battle between OS, and it seemed switching was a huge decision. It was just between Mac and Windows. But now there is so much more. Linux has been added to the mix, and there are mobile OS as well that includes iOS and Android. But they are far from interchangeable, and people still have their favorites…
  • 5 Websites That Will Help You Convert Markdown, HTML and Rich Text to PDF

    Khamosh Pathak
    22 May 2015 | 7:50 am
    If you work in an office environment, or really do any kind of work at all, you deal with PDFs. Even lifestyle entrepreneurs building startups from a beach in Thailand have to deal with PDFs, and it’s not pretty. You don’t want to install Adobe Acrobat Pro Supreme XXVI or use MS Word to create a formatted PDF. Not when you can do it easily online.I write in Markdown and frequently need to export documents to PDF. Most Markdown editors have this feature. But doing this on the Web when you don’t have a Markdown editor is not easy. I’ll also be talking about websites…
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  • Cannes 2015: Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is simply fabulous in Ralph & Russo couture

    22 May 2015 | 4:16 am
    Aishwarya Rai Bachchan made quite a fashion statement when she took over the Cannes red carpet in a gorgeous Ralph & Russo couture gown. She’s had hits and misses in the past on the Cannes red carpet, however, this year, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan seems to be acing most of her red carpet appearances at the 68th Cannes Film Festival. Her stunning look in the deep coloured strapless Oscar de la Renta gown for the launch of her forthcoming film, ‘Jazbaa’, left us wanting more and the beauty sure did deliver. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan made quite a fashion statement when she took over the…
  • Freida Pinto to miss meeting Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Sonam Kapoor and Katrina Kaif at Cannes Film Festival!

    22 May 2015 | 3:41 am
    The three B-Town actresses will be present at the gala event, however, the H-Town beauty wouldn’t be able to make it this time. Read on to find out why….Actress Freida Pinto, who made her red carpet debut at Cannes International Film Festival as L’Oréal Paris Brand Ambassador in 2012, will not be attending the event this year due to prior work commitments.“Freida is a beautiful person and is truly a ‘Woman of Worth’. Our Indian consumers wait to see Freida on the Cannes red carpet. It would have been a pleasure to see her join Aishwarya (Rai Bachchan), Sonam (Kapoor) and Katrina…
  • Cannes 2015: Why wasn’t Katrina Kaif confirmed to walk the red carpet with Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Sonam Kapoor?

    22 May 2015 | 3:37 am
    The official Twitter handle of L’Oreal did not confirm the presence of Kat for Cannes 2015. Is she EVER going to make her debut?Cannes Film Festival 2015 is ready to kick start its 68th edition and the list of the films chosen for the screening were announced recently. As usual, the film festival is going to be a star studded affair and our B-town beauties Sonam Kapoor and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan have been confirmed to walk the red carpet. The two divas stunned us the last time in their gorgeous outfits and we are expecting them to outdo themselves this time around. One actress however will…
  • IAF's Mirage-2000 lands on Yamuna eway in successful runway trial

    21 May 2015 | 11:27 pm
    The Indian Air Force (IAF) successfully test landed a Mirage-2000 on the Yamuna Expressway near Mathura on Thursday as part of its trials to use national highways and civil airstrips for emergency landing by its fighter jets in future."The aircraft made a practice approach on the highway, coming down to a height of 100 metres before landing off the next approach. The operations were conducted with active support from the government of Uttar Pradesh, Yamuna Expressway Authority, toll authorities of JP Infratech and the civil police," the IAF said in a statement soon after the landing."The IAF…
  • Google’s Tone Chrome extension transmits between computers via sound

    20 May 2015 | 11:04 pm
    The appropriately named Tone is a new Google Chrome extension that can transmit URLs from a tab on one computer to another computer within hearing range. It’s a little like Apple’s Airdrop in concept — the idea that machines can exchange information easily and quickly in close proximity if both machines have the extension installed — even a bit Chirp-like.A Google Research Blog post by interaction researcher Alex Kauffmann and software engineer Boris Smus talks about Tone’s creation.Tone grew out of the idea that while digital communication methods like email and chat have…
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  • How Mobile Apps have Changed our Methods of Transportation

    shabnam sultan
    21 May 2015 | 9:51 pm
    Every prosperous or “large” city across the world today, most residents complain about the issue of congestion. Getting to and from work is something that every human being must consider when they choose where to live. They must contemplate that drive or train ride, for instance, and what that will be like on a daily basis. The result of all this Throughout motion is often extensive and long-lived mayhem in transit and on the roads. At the same time, in small towns, rural areas and suburbs, being able to live a fulfilled and happy life means spending at least some This is a post…
  • How To Choose A Domain Hosting Package For Your Business

    shabnam sultan
    5 May 2015 | 10:17 pm
    Building a website for a business, brand or even a personal portfolio gives you an additional platform to connect with individuals from around the world. When you want to launch a website or blog or of your own and you are in need of domain hosting or web hosting it is important to review your needs while understanding what each hosting company and service has to offer. Domains and Hosting Packages Seeking out a web hosting company that hosts sites and domain names is a way to save time while combining your purchases into one. Finding a web host that This is a post from: Techiezlounge
  • How To Reset Samsung Galaxy S6

    shabnam sultan
    20 Apr 2015 | 7:00 pm
    At times your Samsung Galaxy S6 smartphone might become frozen and unresponsive. You can fix the issue by performing a Soft Reset or Hard Reset on Galaxy S6. How To Reset Samsung Galaxy S6 To Fix Frozen Galaxy S6 Issues Soft Reset Galaxy S6 If your Galaxy S6 has become frozen and is unresponsive you can try to hold the Power button and the Volume button simultaneously for about 10 seconds to restart it. Also Check: How To Transfer Data To The Samsung Galaxy S6 How To Set Up Fingerprint Sensor on the Samsung Galaxy S6 Hard Reset Galaxy S6 This is a post from: Techiezlounge
  • How To Downgrade iOS 8.3 On iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch

    shabnam sultan
    13 Apr 2015 | 9:45 pm
    Apple released iOS 8.3 for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch which brought new features along with bugs fixes and improvements. If you are facing issues after upgrading your device to iOS 8.3, you can downgrade iOS 8.3 iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch to iOS 8.2. How To Fix Touch ID Not Working After iOS 8.3 Update How To Downgrade iOS 8.3 On iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch 1. Take a backup of all data to iCloud or using iTunes so that you can you can go back, if things don’t turn out fine. 2. Download iOS 8.2 firmware file for your device. This is a post from: Techiezlounge
  • How To Fix Touch ID Not Working After iOS 8.3 Update

    shabnam sultan
    13 Apr 2015 | 2:24 am
    Apple released iOS 8.3 for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. However, many users are reporting that Touch ID is not working after iOS 8.3 update for App Store purchases. If you are also facing Touch ID not working after iOS 8.3 update, here is the fix. How To Fix Touch ID Not Working After iOS 8.3 Update 1. Launch “Settings” on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. 2. Now, you will have to Tap on “Touch ID & Passcode”. 3. Enter your “Passcode” or “Password”. 4. Toggle “iTunes & App Store” to Off. 5. Press “Home button” to…
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  • Short, sharp shocks let slip the stories of supernovae

    Richard Scalzo, Skymapper Fellow, Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics at Australian National University
    21 May 2015 | 8:41 pm
    A Type Ia supernova designated SN 2014J in the galaxy M82, captured by the Hubble Space Telescope. NASA, ESA, A. Goobar (Stockholm University), and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), CC BYWhen we look up at the night sky, it’s easy to feel as though the stars we see have always been, and always will be, there. But just like ourselves, stars are born and die. And when they die, they sometimes do not go gently but end their lives in supernovae – gigantic explosions that, at their brightest, outshine entire galaxies of stars. Supernovae bright enough to be seen with the unaided eye…
  • Social media sackings risk stifling journalistic expression

    Collette Snowden, Program Director in Communication and Media at University of South Australia
    21 May 2015 | 7:36 pm
    Journalists are often expected to engage with social media. Esther Vargas/Flickr, CC BY-SAThe one defining ideal of journalism is the belief that journalists should “speak the truth” even when the truth may be contested, unpopular or damaging. The ideal of freedom of expression is the bedrock of journalism, hard won since “freedom of the press” meant being able to own and operate a printing press, free of government control and without a licence. For nearly 500 years journalists have maintained a significant degree of autonomy despite the constant tension with the editorial,…
  • Television is changing, and viewer metrics need to change with it

    Marc C-Scott, Lecturer in Digital Media at Victoria University
    21 May 2015 | 1:03 pm
    Television is not like it used to be, but it's difficult to find accurate data on how it's changing., CC BYThe opening months of this year saw the first rumblings of a seismic shift in the Australian television market, with the introduction of three video-on-demand (VoD) subscription services: Stan; Presto; and Netflix. This is set to make 2015 a tipping point for television in Australia. Yet it’s difficult to gauge the impact these services will have on the Australian television market – particularly on the free-to-air (FTA) and pay TV incumbents – if we are…
  • Saturn at opposition with Venus and Jupiter

    Tanya Hill, Honorary Fellow of the University of Melbourne and Senior Curator (Astronomy) at Museum Victoria
    20 May 2015 | 11:10 pm
    Saturn appears as an extra 'claw' of Scorpius as they rise together in the east. Alex Cherney/MV, CC BY-NCSaturn is the most distant planet that can be seen with the naked eye and this weekend brings it closest to Earth for 2015. Seen as a small star, with a steady light and a slightly yellow-tinge, the planet is currently rising in the east as the sun sets in the west. In other words, Saturn is directly opposite the sun in the sky – what is known as opposition. The planet officially reaches opposition at 11:22am on Saturday morning, May 23 (AEST). Being opposite the sun, means that…
  • Publisher pushback puts open access in peril

    Virginia Barbour, Executive Officer, Australian Open Access Support Group at Australian National University
    20 May 2015 | 11:01 pm
    Academic publishers are attempting to build a walled garden around their content, blocking it off from public eyes. the.Firebottle/Flickr, CC BY-SADelegates at the The Higher Education Technology Agenda (THETA) conference on the Gold Coast last week heard from futurist Bryan Alexander about four possible scenarios for the future of knowledge. Three of them sounded engaging: there was one where “open information architecture has triumphed”; another where automation is the primary driving force; and a third which is a renaissance of “digitally enabled creativity”. However, one was…
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  • 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 has […]
  • How the Top Apps help in Business Savvy?

    Priyanka Bhowmick
    8 May 2015 | 12:59 pm
    In this technology era, where business is determined by computers and the internet, how can the mobile apps stay behind that? Smartphone apps help businessmen get their information on their fingertips. Today, with the help of smartphone apps, businesses are leading to a different objective. Particularly the online businesses, whose 50% of the businesses rely […]
  • Tips to Protect your Kids on Smartphone [Infographic]

    Priyanka Bhowmick
    28 Apr 2015 | 5:07 am
    Nowadays, children are very much addicted to technology. Especially, you’ll find a number of kids over 3 years are accessing their parents’ or sisters’ phones. But are you aware of what your child is doing with your phone? Kids above 8 years are likely to access the social media sites, internet browsing, play games and […]
  • How to Find Fresh Ideas for New Blog Content?

    Priyanka Bhowmick
    24 Apr 2015 | 10:46 am
    Blogging every day has become a habit of many people. Not matter what a person uses their blog for, everyone wants to get as many readers to each post as possible. One of the best ways to do that today is to keep the content on the blog fresh and new. Everyone uses different inspiration […]
  • Careers In Developing Sector Of Information Technology Services

    Priyanka Bhowmick
    22 Apr 2015 | 4:17 am
    Computers and the information technology touch almost each field of current lifestyle. IT can assist with different functions as driving vehicles and analyzing diseases. Information technology enables faultless incorporation and interaction between businesses somewhere in the globe. To sustain IT systems working, the big workforce is required to keep networks, make new application and make […]
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  • Firefox for iOS Beta coming to iPhone and iPad very soon -- source code available now!

    Brian Fagioli
    22 May 2015 | 6:17 pm
    I have a love/hate relationship with iOS. My iPad Air is a satisfying tablet; I enjoy using it while hanging out on the toilet, but I feel guilty using it. Why? I have some specific computing beliefs that Apple's operating system is at odds with. Namely, I do not like that users cannot change the default web browser. Even worse, I find it horrible that alternative browser engines cannot be used. While I am sure Apple has its reasons, it is an undeniably bad practice which harms users by limiting choice. Firefox is not found on iOS for this reason. Mozilla initially refused to cave to Apple…
  • Windows 10 Build 10122's AMD problem fixed -- new release now safe for all to install

    Wayne Williams
    22 May 2015 | 12:44 pm
    When Microsoft released the latest Windows 10 build earlier in the week, there was one big known issue which will have put some people off updating. Windows Insiders on systems with AMD GPUs were warned that the new build could lead to stability issues, and problems with Windows Edge (or Spartan as it’s still branded in the current build). Microsoft did say, however, that AMD was working on new drivers, and the good news is the problem appears to have been fixed. Microsoft’s Gabe Aul has confirmed via Twitter that AMD has "released some new drivers which should work great with build…
  • How to back up all your Gmail emails

    Sead Fadilpašić
    22 May 2015 | 12:17 pm
    Gmail might be the most popular email service in the world, but even the biggest players fall sometimes, and once that happens, the little guys will be there to cheer. Server outages and crashes have happened before, and even though Gmail is generally seen as a solid, well-built and stable product, it too can crash, leaving you without all those precious emails you’ve been saving. If you’re keeping some really important stuff on your Gmail account (and I’m guessing a lot of you are, as 425 million of you are using the service), you might want to consider backing that mail up every once…
  • Razer Firefly is the coolest mouse pad ever

    Brian Fagioli
    22 May 2015 | 10:07 am
    Depending on your age, you may or may not remember when mice had rubber balls to track movement. It was horrible, as they would often get clogged and required cleaning. They also benefited from a mouse pad, as the ball would work better on it than on a desk surface. Nowadays, we have optical and laser mice, which track much better on most desk surfaces. In other words, for the most part, no mouse pad is needed. Gamers, however, still invest in mouse pads (aka mouse mats) as a way to get an edge in competitions. Today, Razer announces the Firefly, which, in my opinion, is the coolest mouse…
  • Logitech Harmony gains support for Nest and Rheem EcoNet

    Alan Buckingham
    22 May 2015 | 8:15 am
    Harmony remotes, purchased by Logitech, have long been a standard for universal control of your home theater. However, the world is moving on and headed towards fully connected homes -- dwellings where we can control everything with the touch of a button, automate it and let it serve us. The Internet of Things can be scary, as my colleague Derrick Wlodarz pointed out, but it can also be fascinating in that shiny new gadget sort of way. Slowly but surely you can do all of this, not only from your phone or tablet, but from that remote control sitting on the coffee table in front of you. Harmony…
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  • Asus releases Android Lollipop for ZenFone 5

    Louis Jacob
    30 Apr 2015 | 7:52 am
    Got a ZenFone 5 (A500KL) smartphone? Then, you must be waiting for the most exciting update for your device. Here goes the happy news that Asus has released Android Lollipop update. The update is...This post was first found on Tech Prezz
  • Microsoft releases Surface 3 with full Windows OS; Pre-order starts at $499

    Louis Jacob
    31 Mar 2015 | 10:15 am
    Microsoft Surface RT didn’t make that splash in the market, to be frank it was rather flop. However, it hasn’t killed the tablet completely and the company has introduced a new Surface tablet that...This post was first found on Tech Prezz
  • Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

    2 Mar 2015 | 9:55 am
    Pros Big Screen (5.1 inches) High-resolution screen (1440 x 2560 pixels) Extremely high pixel density display (577 ppi) High-resolution camera (16 MP) 8-core processor Lots of RAM ( 3 GB RAM) Small dimensions (5.59...This post was first found on Tech Prezz
  • Samsung Galaxy S6

    2 Mar 2015 | 9:31 am
    Pros Huge display (5.1 inches) High-resolution Screen (1440 x 2560 pixels) Extremely high pixel density screen (577 ppi) High-resolution camera (16 MP) 8-core processor Lots of RAM (3 GB) Small dimensions (5.65 x 2.78...This post was first found on Tech Prezz
  • Micromax to launch Bolt D321 Android Smartphone, listed on official Website

    Louis Jacob
    21 Feb 2015 | 4:48 am
    Micromax, India’s leading smartphone manufacturer has finally listed the new Android device Bolt D321 on its website. The smartphone yet to be announce is a dual-SIM device with entry-level specs under the hood. Micromax...This post was first found on Tech Prezz
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  • How to Get Back The Old Gmail Login Screen

    15 May 2015 | 3:32 am
    Hello, Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus.Two days ago, Google made a simple but drastic change to their Login Screen. If you tried logging into your Gmail account in the past two days, you might have noticed that the Login screen changed from asking for your Username/Password on the same page to asking for your Username first and then asking for your Password on the next page.If you logged in from your usual device you might have also noticed that when you first enter your Email ID, the following page shows your Google+ profile picture and your full new login<image…
  • Try YouTube’s New Transparent Player Before it Arrives

    13 Apr 2015 | 9:03 am
    Hello, Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus.Google has been working on a new slick player for its YouTube Videos. The upgrade looks amazing due its transparent; almost glassy effect.Though the new player has not brought any stunning new features (yet) but it does have something simple to offer. The player auto hides itself when the video start playing and only reappears when you hover over the video.This gives a feeling that there’s more space for the video, and has a clean look.Although the Player hasn’t arrived officially for everyone, there is a nifty little trick…
  • How to Activate WhatsApp Calling without Invites

    31 Mar 2015 | 7:06 am
    Hello, Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus.Whatsapp callingWhatsApp Calling has now rolled out to everyone. That means no more waiting to get an invite from someone or tweaking your rooted device to enable it unofficially.As of today, WhatsApp calling has been enabled by default on the updated WhatsApp version 2.12.19.To enable WhatsApp calling, all you have to do is install the updated APK over your already installed WhatsApp version or let it update from Play Store.I had tried the feature when it was still invite only and saw that the call quality was average and not up to the…
  • Get All the Chromecast Offers Outside US Including $6 Credits

    7 Feb 2015 | 12:23 am
    Hello, Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus.Google gives out sweet deals to Chromecast users frequently. Most Chromecast users have already made back their investment on the device in form of deals and rebates.Every country’s user has some or the other deal available to them. But sadly the sweetest deals are available to only select countries. USA, UK and Germany are a few that get these types of offers.The deals are usually in the form of Google Play Store Credits, Subscription to Google Music service or other third party collaborations.Again in countries like India, you only…
  • How to Redeem and Use Google Play Store Credits Outside US

    6 Feb 2015 | 8:16 pm
    Hello, Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus.Google Play Store has an option to redeem coupon codes for Play Store credits. These coupons are given out as a part of many Promotions that Google launches from time to time.But majority of its users are unable to take advantage of these credits because their country doesn’t support Google Wallet based payment or redemption of Promo Codes.The main reason being the Promo codes usually add the credits in $s but the country’s currency might be something else. Like Rupees in India.Then you get an error like “This code cannot…
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  • Android Factory Reset Fails 500 Million

    22 May 2015 | 10:49 am
    Here is Android security issue that affect more than half of all users of Google’s Android mobile operating system or at least 500 million devices. What’s the problem? A factory reset of devices running Android 4.3 or earlier did not erase the user’s contacts, emails, Facebook login, Google login and other sensitive credentials + data.Cambridge University researchers Laurent Simon and Ross Anderson tested 21 Android phones and concluded that Android 4.3 (Jellybean) and earlier versions — more than half of all Android devices in use — have a serious, serious security…
  • iPhone 6C Leaks on Apple Store

    21 May 2015 | 3:04 pm
    There has been speculation for months that Apple was designing a new low-cost iPhone. While no product is real until Tim Cook says it is, it seems fairly certain that Apple is planning to release the iPhone 6C.What does that look like? A whole lot like Apple’s current iPhone 5C.The UK’s Guardian is reporting that Apple leaked an image of an iPhone 5C updated with Touch ID. Folks are calling this new version the iPhone 6C.The image used to advertise Apple’s new iPhone charging dock with a lightning connector shows an iPhone 5C with a red plastic back, but with a Touch ID…
  • Earthcore: Shattered Elements iPad App Review

    Aron Kramer
    21 May 2015 | 2:24 pm
    Earthcore: Shattered Elements - Epic Card Battle Game (TCG)Tequila Games Sp. zGamesFreeDownloadIntroductionAs a kid I’m sure you played at least some form of card games with your friends and family—whether it was simply collecting Pokemon card games or battling it out with Yu-Gi-Oh at school. The more you grow up the more boring the cards become, but luckily there are some games out there that are both awesome-looking and strategically endearing.Today we’re featuring one of those card battling games, and it’s going to be Earthcore: Shattered Element by Tequila Games.
  • MobileTrans Software Review

    Aron Kramer
    21 May 2015 | 12:06 pm
    IntroductionSometimes it can be nuisance keeping all your files tidy—but a bigger nuisance still is when different systems are not compatible with each other or when there is no way to transfer files in an easy manner from one system to the other. Today Tapscape has an app for you that might be able to change all of that, namely MobileTrans by Wondershare.Transfering files with MobileTransI still clearly remember a few times when I got a new phone and had to start from scratch with my contacts and other files. Especially when switching from Android to iOS things can get a little messy,…
  • Sword of Xolan iPad App Review

    Aron Kramer
    21 May 2015 | 11:35 am
    Sword Of XolanALPER SARIKAYAGames$ 0.99DownloadIntroductionThe current app markets are pretty heavily saturated with retro games—from old school platformers to full-fledged role-playing games, there are enough interesting games to be play for the nostalgia indulged players. What is less frequent, however, are such great games that make you want to play the whole game without putting it away.More often than not these games are made with the same passion that we feel when actually playing them. Today I’m reviewing one of those lovely diamonds, namely Sword of Xolan by Alper…
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  • SpaceX Makes the Prospect of Space Travel Even More Alluring with These Retro Mars Tourism Posters

    mike chua
    22 May 2015 | 8:43 am
    We love sci-fi. We are fascinated by space and thrilled by the prospect of travelling to Mars someday and we love art. And so, it is only natural that we fell right in love with SpaceX Mars Tourism Posters. And they are not just any posters. That exciting prospect is pitched in 100 percent retro flair – like something you will see in the sci-fi movies of the 60s which incidentally, was the height of the space race. Anyways, it will be quite a while before travelling or colonizing the Red Planet is even possible and even so, we are undaunted and wonder what it will be like to be zipping…
  • Mercedes-Benz Teamed Up with Lufthansa Technik to Develop State-of-the-Art Luxury Aircraft Cabins

    mike chua
    22 May 2015 | 7:47 am
    Mercedes-Benz’s design department has dabbled in a variety of design projects including eyewear, furniture, leather goods, yacht and even souping up the interior of private helicopters. It suffice to say that when it comes to luxury in mobile, it is kind of the German automaker’s forte. It has taken its know-how in VIP pampering to a greater height in quite a literal way by collaborating with German aircraft interior specialist, Lufthansa Technik, to create luxury VIP cabins that looks like luxury home away from home. The concept has, apparently, been completed and showcased at the recent…
  • Forget About Diamonds, Bitcoin Ring is the Way to Go if You Wish to Showoff Your Digital Fortune

    mike chua
    22 May 2015 | 4:05 am
    Diamond is a symbol of everlasting love that dates back thousands of years. In modern time, it is still perceived as such but more like the perfect sale pitch for merchants. Fortunately, I wasn’t dupe into, or maybe I did, but I, to the agreement of my wife, didn’t let advertisers get away with thousands of my hard-earned money. So all is good for us. However, for those who value their relationship based on how big the diamond is, well, let us give you some head up: precious stones are so yesterday; Bitcoin ring is the jewelry that will actually how much your are worth, well, that’s if…
  • This is the Mount You Need to Turn Your Smartphone into a Chest-worn Action Camera

    mike chua
    22 May 2015 | 1:34 am
    Love adventure? Have a smartphone? Then you’d be glad to know you can actually turn your smartphone into a wearable, doubling as an action camera which you can wear on your chest or head, or mount on a monopod, tripod, or a gooseneck. It can also stick to smooth surfaces such as glass panels to enable handsfree usage of your phone. The aptly named Action Mount is the accessory to bridges the gap between a smartphone and an action camera. Though it goes without saying that you’d be putting your handset at risk, especially if you are executing extreme sports and love to go naked. I mean,…
  • Poopins Lets You Mark Dogs’ Turds So That Others Won’t Step on it

    mike chua
    21 May 2015 | 9:08 pm
    We have never posted a product that involves so many images of crap. And so here they are in all its sh*tty glory but censored to protect your appetite in case you’re reading this as you slurp on your instant ramen. Though the product ain’t crap, btw, if that’s what you are thinking. If anything, we thought they are actually quite brilliant. The product in question is Poopins and like its name suggest, it is designed to pin on dog droppings to warn others of the imminent ‘minefield’ around them. So, yeah. You’d be a morally responsible citizen, unlike those let their pooches do…
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    Falling Glitter- Formerly That Tech Chick

  • Where To Register For Your Baby Shower

    Jessica Benton
    1 May 2015 | 5:15 am
    Registering for a baby shower is pretty much essential when you are pregnant. That is usually if you haven’t just had a baby in the last few years. I haven’t had a baby in 15 years and so much has changed. In fact when I had my first 4 children, I didn’t ever have a baby shower and really didn’t live near any stores that offered them. That was years ago. Now you can do everything online. Some baby registry lists are even available in an app like the one that I am using called BabyList. Others are your traditional baby registry where you can go to the store and use a…
  • Apps To Keep Track Of Your Family

    Jessica Benton
    30 Apr 2015 | 5:15 am
    Anything can happen to anyone these days. You would think that just by having a mobile phone with you contacting someone would be easy. But it is not all the time. Even as mothers, we want to know where our kids are at. These days life is so busy and keeping an app on their phone is the best way to check in on the to know they are safe. I have used different apps to keep track of my family in the past. Currently I am using Life360 but am never opposed to changing to an app that has more features. Many people need an app that will work across iPhone and Android, so I created a list of apps to…
  • Mother’s Day Gift Ideas- Subscription Boxes

    Jessica Benton
    29 Apr 2015 | 5:15 am
    Subscription boxes are a great idea for Mother’s Day gifts and have become very popular. Subscriptions can be for anything from books, beauty items, clothing, or even baby items. Some subscription boxes send you health foods, get fit products or even some that cater to men. The choices are endless. They are a gift that keeps on giving everytime a new box is received. Some are monthly boxes and some are quarterly boxes. Julep Nail Polish Box $20/mo- Each month a box arrives with 3 or so nail polishes and other beauty items. Just for Mother’s Day join Julep Maven and get the Spring…
  • Age Defying Skin Clearing Face Serum

    Jessica Benton
    28 Apr 2015 | 7:25 am
    As we age, we sometime still get annoying blemishes and breakouts. Alot of the time when we search for products to protect our face from aging, the products available lack the ability to prevent breakouts. What about an age-defying and skin clearing face serum like Radha Beauty has?   POWERFUL FORMULA The Radha Beauty Professional Age-Defying Skin Clearing Serum is made with a very powerful formula. It contains 20% vitamin C 2.5% retinol 5% hyaluronic acid 2% salicylic acid and 3.5% niacinamide. GENTLE ON THE SKIN The skin clearing serum is very gentle on the skin and goes on thin,…
  • My IVF Cycle- Nerves, Headaches, and Exhaustion

    Jessica Benton
    28 Apr 2015 | 5:00 am
    Last week I told you about getting qualified for the Ivy Study, that provided a discounted IVF cycle at the Houston Fertility Specialists Clinic. My doctor was Dr. Dunn. He was great but I mostly met with the study nurse. I called her Mrs. Jackie.  At this clinic they charged $2500  plus about $500 for medication to participate in an IVF cycle in the Ivy study. If the first cycle did not work, you could participate a second or even third time, each for an additional $2500. This was a whole lot cheaper than paying out of pocket for a traditional round of IVF that could cost around $10,000…
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    QualityPoint Blogs

  • New ‘deep learning’ technique enables robot to learn motor tasks via trial and error

    23 May 2015 | 2:33 am
    UC Berkeley researchers have developed a new deep learning technique that enable robots to learn motor tasks through trial and error using a process that more closely approximates the way humans learn, marking a major milestone in the field of artificial intelligence. They demonstrated their technique, a type of reinforcement learning, by having a robot complete various tasks — putting a clothes hanger on a rack, assembling a toy plane, screwing a cap on a water bottle, and more — without pre-programmed details about its surroundings. The UC Berkeley researchers turned to a new branch of…
  • Tweets will now show up in Google Search

    20 May 2015 | 2:06 am
    Earlier this year, Twitter said that it had reached a deal with Google that tweets will start to be visible in Google’s search results as soon as they’re posted. Google and Twitter officially announced on tuesday, “tweets will appear in the search results within the Google app (iOS and Android) and mobile web”. Google said in its blog, “It is a great way to get real-time info when something is happening. And it’s another way for organizations and people on Twitter to reach a global audience at the most relevant moments.” For example, if we are interested in…
  • Ocumetics Bionic Lens will improve your vision three times better than 20/20 vision

    19 May 2015 | 10:52 pm
    Vision is a cornerstone of daily life; perfect vision is one of life’s great pleasures. Beyond forty five years of age, most people cope with visual disability of one form or another. The Ocumetics Bionic Lens would be an option for someone who depends on corrective lenses and is over about age 25, when the eye structures are fully developed. This Bionic Lens will improve your vision three times better than 20/20 vision .  Dr. Garth Webb, who is the CEO of Ocumetics Technology, has spent the last eight years and about $3 million for researching and developing the Ocumetics Bionic Lens,…
  • Physicists stop and store light traveling in an optical fiber

    19 May 2015 | 1:27 am
    Researchers at the Kastler Brossel Laboratory in Paris have showed that a cloud of cold atoms surrounding an ultrathin fiber can store light propagating along the fiber. The technique makes use of an effect called electromagnetically induced transparency (EIT), which normally occurs in clouds of atomic gases. Julien Laurat at the Université Pierre et Marie Curie explains that using fibres would make the memories more compatible with existing optical-information technology. He also points out that because the light is contained in fibres, there is no need for mirrors, lenses and other…
  • Bladeless Wind Turbine is being developed by a Spanish Start-Up

    17 May 2015 | 11:50 pm
    A Spanish tech start-up company called Vortex Bladeless is developing a new kind of Wind Turbine without any blades. It wants to completely change the way we get energy from the wind. Think wind stick instead of a massive tower with blades that capture blowing winds. Wind farms currently supply 0.2% of the worlds energy demands. The main environmental concern of wind turbines is the number of avian deaths. The American Bird Conservatory estimates that wind turbines kill between 10 and 40 thousand birds per year. The Vortex has the same goals as conventional wind turbines: To turn breezes…
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  • Usare le connessioni sicure. Ecco il rimedio perenne.

    23 May 2015 | 3:30 am
    Ogni volta che navighiamo su internet ci ritroviamo sempre e comunque con diversi tipi di connessioni, anche se ci sembra di navigare in una maniera diretta e perlopiù statica. Fra le tante cose che dobbiamo considerare ci sono le connessioni normali e le connessioni sicure. Le connessioni sicure fanno parte di alcuni siti, come Facebook, che gestiscono le connessione in una maniera differente dal normale. Viene filtrata, controllata e quindi lasciata passare attraverso dei server diversi. Come mai allora tutti non hanno una connessione sicura, ovvero HTTPS? Naturalmente per rendere fluida…
  • Flow, le e-mail di Outlook si scambieranno molto più velocemente

    Gio Tuzzi
    23 May 2015 | 2:28 am
    Il colosso di Redmond avrebbe intenzione di lanciare sul mercato una nuova applicazione per dispositivi con sistema operativo iOS che possa offrire agli utenti la possibilità di iniziare una chat sfruttando dei semplici messaggi di posta. Questa nuova applicazione sviluppata da Microsoft prenderebbe il nome di Flow, secondo le ultime indiscrezioni che stanno girando su Twitter, e con ogni probabilità dovrebbe essere integrata all’interno di Outlook: in questo modo, gli utenti avrebbero la possibilità di scambiarsi molto velocemente delle email tramite i propri iPhone, esattamente…
  • Playboy Now, la riscossa mobile di Playboy in una veste impensabile

    Gio Tuzzi
    23 May 2015 | 2:28 am
    C’è sempre una seconda volta, dicono. E’ un po’ quanto è accaduto anche a Playboy che fa il suo secondo esordio nella storia sui dispositivi mobili. E’ passato solamente qualche anno dal lancio di un’applicazione dedicata per dispositivi iPad, ma finalmente Playboy ritorna sulla scena mobile in una veste del tutto modificata e migliorata.     Siamo sicuri che sia davvero un’app di Playboy? L’app di cui stiamo parlando prende il nome di Playboy Now: si tratta di una variante estremamente semplificata del sito ufficiale della celebre…
  • l’iPhone non s’accende più. Ecco le soluzioni.

    22 May 2015 | 3:30 am
    Un giorno come un altro: prendiamo il nostro smartphone o tablet creato dalla fantastica Apple e quando teniamo premuto il tasto d’accensione notiamo una preoccupante cosa…non s’accende. Il nostro costoso dispositivo tecnologico non ne vuole sapere, e subito si scatena il panico. E’ forse rotto? Devo portarlo ad un centro Apple? Forse no, probabilmente c’è ancora qualche soluzione. Ecco cosa possiamo dirvi in merito per cercare di far ripartire un cellulare Apple che sembra morto. Tenetelo sotto carica per un po’…può darsi che la batteria sia attualmente talmente scarica che…
  • Home, la nuova app di Apple per gestire la propria abitazione smart

    Gio Tuzzi
    21 May 2015 | 11:40 am
      Nel corso della prossima WWDC di giugno, ecco che la casa di Cupertino potrebbe definitivamente togliere i veli al nuovo sistema operativo, iOS 9. Cominciano ad emergere le prime indiscrezioni relative alle nuove funzionalità connesse ad iOS 9: tra gli altri aspetti, molti rumors si stanno concentrando sulla smart home.     Come potrà il nuovo sistema operativo iOS 9 incidere anche in ambito casalingo? Qui i rumors si sprecano da tanto tempo, ma nelle ultime ore sono arrivate diverse conferme su una misteriosa app denominata “Home”, che metterà gli utenti nella…
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  • Tips & Tricks: How to Add People to Your E-junkie Mailing List

    22 May 2015 | 9:52 am
    Like we mentioned last week, sometimes you want to send off an e-blast to previous buyers, or other people who have joined your mailing list.  There are so many systems out there that you can do this with, like Aweber or MailChimp, and we integrate with bothWe also have our own Newsletter/Update feature.But what if you already have a physical list of buyers and you want to add them to your mailing list? e-junkie support staff can help you do that too. This can be a great option if you are at a convention and are collecting names, or have a brick and mortar shop, where you collect e-mail…
  • Questions To Ask Yourself Before You Start Writing Your Business Plan

    22 May 2015 | 9:50 am
    When you are preparing to get a business started, one thing you have to nail down is a business plan. I speak from experience on this. Not too long ago friends talked me into starting a small business. I was so excited with the idea of getting started and being my own boss, that I did not create a business plan. And I suffered because I bypassed this step initially. A business plan is more than just deciding you are going to be the best in your field, it is a game plan to get you from idea to successful business. It's important for e-commerce businesses too. Some of you out there, might…
  • E-Junkie Tips & Tricks: Sales & Automatic Discounts

    18 May 2015 | 9:59 am
    Both brick and mortar shops and online shops have a frequent need to offer products at a discount. Your strategy may be to clear out old products to make room for something fresh and new or convert new customers with a discount so they get hooked on your product and come back for more. With e-junkie, our discount feature provides an easy way to create a discounts that will automatically apply to your products. This means customers won't have to enter a code to get the discount. (For information about e-junkie discount codes, click here.) You can setup automatic discounts by item or for…
  • Business 101: How to Create Your Logo

    18 May 2015 | 9:59 am
    We talked about logos and their importance, and one of our guest bloggers provided some useful data, but lets start from the beginning and go through a little logo 101.The first thing I can say I have heard from a lot of people is that they are not creative enough to make a logo. The second is they cannot afford to pay someone to make a logo for them.Well let's get past these ideas, because as much as having a professionally made logo is nice, if you are just getting started you can definitely create your own with a little insight and a little effort. Read more »
  • E-Junkie Tips & Tricks: When to Change Your Button Codes

    11 May 2015 | 3:20 pm
    A common question that pops up for our users is when they need to change the button code we provide. Some would assume that you would do so whenever any change is made to the product, but that is not the case.Most of your product settings within E-junkie are just that, they are within our system. With most of your product details setup in our back-end, it saves you a lot of time when it comes to the coding of your purchase buttons. The price, the name, shipping settings, and so forth are part of the information that we hold in our server.So when should you change your buttons code?Read more…
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  • How To Match Your Web Design To Your Industry

    21 May 2015 | 7:26 am
    One of the biggest web design questions we hear is how do I match my design to my industry? Marketers always want their web design to immediately demonstrate their business. And with good reason. Visitors to your website make an instant judgement in less than a second. You’ve got just a few milliseconds to show […] The post How To Match Your Web Design To Your Industry appeared first on Skyje.
  • 10 Best Online Presentation Tools

    15 May 2015 | 7:46 am
    A good presentation is all about tactfully organizing relevant information and conveying it through visual elements. A presenter should always give equal importance to both text as well as visual content. And, most importantly, a presentation has to be sufficiently self-explanatory. Today, there are a lot of alternatives available online like front end libraries and […] The post 10 Best Online Presentation Tools appeared first on Skyje.
  • How to Unlock Your Samsung Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge

    12 May 2015 | 3:24 pm
    Smartphones have become indispensible devices in today’s world governed more and more by technology. A study made by Statista, one of the leading statistics companies on the internet, used by companies like Mashable and Forbes, has shown that smartphone use in the US alone has raised from 62.2 million devices in 2010 to 163.9 million […] The post How to Unlock Your Samsung Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge appeared first on Skyje.
  • How To Ramp Up Your Internet Marketing Campaign In A Big Way

    8 May 2015 | 5:31 am
    If you run a blog or a website, you’ve probably dabbled with some online marketing. You might have started a few social media channels or tried your hand at SEO. The truth is, in order to make a big leap forward, you need an active campaign. We’re here today to help you step things up […] The post How To Ramp Up Your Internet Marketing Campaign In A Big Way appeared first on Skyje.
  • Maximize Your Email Copywriting Strategy With These Points

    7 May 2015 | 5:29 pm
    Copywriting holds an important position in effective online marketing campaign. However, this element many a times is overlooked by experts. Copywriting is equally important for seasoned writers and for novices to strengthen their editorial skills. This also helps to make sure that the email marketing communication has valuable information. If copies are written effectively, the […] The post Maximize Your Email Copywriting Strategy With These Points appeared first on Skyje.
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    RayOnStorage Blog

  • Free & frictionless and sometimes open sourced

    18 May 2015 | 4:34 pm
    I was at EMCWorld2015 (see my posts on the day 1 news and day 2&3 news) and IBMEdge2015 this past month and there was a lot of news on software defined storage. And it turns out I was at an HP Storage Deep Dive the previous month and they also spoke on the topic. One key aspect of software defined storage is how customers can consume the product. I’m not talking about licensing but rather about product trial-ability. One approach championed by HP, EMC, IBM and others is to offer their software defined storage in a new way. Free & frictionless? Howard Marks…
  • EMCWorld2015 Day 2&3 news

    6 May 2015 | 7:17 pm
    Some additional news from EMCWorld2015 this week: EMC announced directed availability for DSSD, their Rack scale shared Flash storage solution using a PCIe3 (switched) fabric with 36 dual ported, flash modules, which hold 512 NAND chips for 144TB NAND flash storage. On the stage floor they had a demonstration pitting a  40 node Hadoop cluster with DAS against a 15 node Hadoop cluster using the DSSD, both running HIVE and working on the same Query. By the time the 40node/DAS solution got to about 2% of the query completion the 15node/DSSD based cluster had finished the query without…
  • EMCWorld2015 day 1 news

    4 May 2015 | 6:37 pm
    We are at EMCWorld2015 in Vegas this week. Day 1 was great with new XtremIO 4.0, “The Beast”, new enhanced Data Protection, and a new VCE VxRACK converged infrastructure solution announcements. Somewhere in all the hoopla I saw an all flash VNXe appliance and VMAX3 with a cloud storage tier but these seemed to be just teasers. XtremIO 4.0 The new hardware provides 40TB per X-brick and with compression/dedupe and the new 8-Xbrick cluster provides 320TB raw or 1.9PB effective capacity. As XtremIO supports 150K mixed IOPS/XBrick, an 8-Xbrick cluster could do 1.2M IOPS or with 250K…
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    Geeky Stuffs

  • HOW TO : Check if Your ISP is Throttling Your Internet Speed

    Shaan Haider
    22 May 2015 | 1:55 pm
    Few weeks back, Net Neutrality was in news all over the world as it was going to affect the fair usage of the Internet on a large manner. Fortunately, the Internet users won in this case which means that the Internet Service Providers will not be able to from block or reduce the speed for any particular website. But how we can be so sure that the Internet Service Providers are following the
  • Technology and Gadgets : Then and Now (Infographic)

    Shaan Haider
    21 May 2015 | 12:50 pm
    Technology has increased at a rapid rate and has changed the lives of people across the globe. In just a short span of human history, we’ve managed to create technology that takes the power of the original IBM supercomputers and houses the equivalent in a little USB stick. Even desktop PC’s that are less than ten years old are now giant, lumbering dragons compared to the super-slim range of
  • Huawei Honor 6 Plus : Features, Specs, Price and Review

    Shaan Haider
    19 May 2015 | 12:38 pm
    Huawei has launched its latest flagship device Honor 6 Plus today in the Middle East. Huawei Honor 6 Plus was in the pre-booking phase in the region since last few days and the performance of the pre-booking exceeded all expectations before its official launch today.  Prior to the official launch of the Huawei Honor 6 Plus, the device has been made available to consumers throughout the week for
  • The History of Wearable Technology and Gadgets (Infographic)

    Shaan Haider
    18 May 2015 | 4:41 am
    Wearable gadgets have been one of the biggest tech talking points of the past few years, with both established companies and start-ups all throwing their ideas into the ring. From fitness trackers to the Apple Watch, it seems that wearable technology is finally an accessible and (mostly) affordable consumer area. Plus, with the release date much anticipated Oculus Rift virtual reality headset
  • Twiddler 3 - World’s Most Mobile Keyboard and Mouse

    Shaan Haider
    17 May 2015 | 1:31 pm
    Few months back we have shared the hands-on video of the Twiddler 3 , watch the video below, which is claimed to be the “World’s Most Mobile Keyboard and Mouse” on our YouTube channel. At that time, the Twiddler 3 was in beta phase and was available to gadget reviewers only. And the good news is that the Twiddler 3 is officially launched and available for the common users as well. Twiddler 3 is
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    High Tech in the Hub

  • Books That Impacted My Life

    Joe Kinsella
    17 May 2015 | 1:26 pm
    On a recent long drive to Upstate New York, my wife asked me for the books that impacted my life. I found it surprising how easily I could name each book, and was even able to recall the look and feel of my personal copy (some of which sadly did not survive my wife's many Stalinistic book purges). Here is my list: Four Steps to the Epiphany I’d spent years thinking great products came from great ideas. Steven Blank’s class notes turned book introduced me to the concept of customer-driven development as a means of discovering the great product. Years later Eric Ries would make this concept…
  • Springing into Action for the 2015 Hackathon

    Joe Kinsella
    17 May 2015 | 1:04 pm
    The excitement was running high last night while we waited for the final voting results from our Spring 2015 CloudHealth hackathon. The presentations were over, the beer had run out, and everyone was enjoying some well deserved post-hackathon socializing. We followed the same format as our last hackathon: at 5 PM Wednesday we stopped all engineering activities to allow the team to focus on a project of their choosing for the next 24 hours. Per Dan’s guidelines, projects must either advance the goals of our product, company, or customers, or “change mankind.” At 5 PM Thursday the full…
  • Job Hunting & the Wizard of Oz

    Joe Kinsella
    9 May 2015 | 4:05 am
    If you didn’t read the murmuring from the CEO of Zenefits responding to a candidate’s post on Quora, it is worth a read (note: unfortunately he later edited out his original reply in which he stated the offer was rescinded). As a publicity stunt, it probably worked wonders for Zenefits. Yes, I know they are valued at over a billion dollars. But there is a good reason no one really knows about them: the mere mention of the words “benefits broker” and “automating benefits on-boarding” has a narcoleptic effect on most human beings. The general feedback on social media was decidedly…
  • Finding Your Founding Customers

    Joe Kinsella
    6 May 2015 | 4:50 am
    Just like we have founders of a business, we also have founding customers. These are customers who took a chance on you at the earliest stages when there was very little to take a chance on. While they may have paid for your product in those early days, they more than likely were buying into your vision. Their unique expertise and experience made it so they could see what many others could not: potential. While on my current business trip, I had a chance to spend time with one of my founding customers. Today they are a fast growing technology company nearing an IPO; two and a half years ago…
  • Book Review: Delivering Happiness

    Joe Kinsella
    20 Apr 2015 | 5:17 am
    I just finished Tony Hsieh’s book, Delivering Happiness, which is an autobiography of his tech journey from Illinois to the acquisition of Zappos by Amazon. As an avid reader of tech non-fiction, I can’t get enough startup stories behind the story. It’s great to get away from the sterile founding stories that go from idea to success with no interruption. The real stories are always messier, a lot less certain of themselves, and much more interesting. Tony’s book was a little off the beaten path for me since I was neither a customer of Zappos nor someone who followed his career. The…
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    Jason Slater Technology News

  • Review: Arctic Sports Bluetooth 4.0 Headset

    Jason Slater
    19 May 2015 | 3:21 am
    Arctic Sports Bluetooth 4.0 Headset In this review we will be taking a look at the Arctic Sports Bluetooth 4.0 Headset (Model: P324 BT). The bright green Bluetooth 4.0 sports headset,  from Arctic, arrived safely and green they certainly are ... Read More
  • Are Regular News and Events Headlines Helpful?

    Jason Slater
    16 Apr 2015 | 6:24 am
    Just over a month ago I ran an experimental daily article showing technology news headlines and upcoming events for the day. I was wondering if you found it useful and if you had any feedback about it? In case you ... Read More
  • Time To Make Your Website Mobile Friendly

    Jason Slater
    16 Apr 2015 | 5:44 am
    If you have been putting off making your website mobile friendly then it is time to do something about it – if you are interesting in Google Search that is. From 21st April 2015, Google Search say they will be ... Read More
  • Is A Tech-Free Zone The Key To A Good Nights Sleep–Part 2

    Jason Slater
    14 Apr 2015 | 6:14 pm
    I took the Silentnight “Tech-Free-Zone” sleep related challenge to see if reducing the amount of tech, and making other lifestyle adjustments, could actually improve my overall sleep pattern. The results were interesting and quite an eye opener. In the last ... Read More
  • Home Services Set To Become The Next Big Thing For Online Vendors

    Jason Slater
    14 Apr 2015 | 6:18 am
    Amazon recently announced Amazon Home Services in what they describe as “a new and simple way to buy and schedule professional services such as furniture assembly, house cleaning, and lawn care”. The idea is to take Amazons massive technical infrastructure ... Read More
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  • Windows 10 Preview Build 10122 Available for Download

    20 May 2015 | 1:06 pm
    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 10122 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 Free Microsoft Office Preview Apps for Android Mobile Phones

    20 May 2015 | 5:39 am
    Most of us know that Microsoft is working on the next version of Office suite i.e. Office 2016 and the company has released a free preview version of Office 2016 to public which can be downloaded and installed using following link: Microsoft Office 2016 Free Public Preview Available for Download Microsoft has also released free […]
  • [Software Update] Google Chrome 43 Stable Release Now Available for Download

    20 May 2015 | 12:32 am
    Good news for Google Chrome users! Google developer team has released Chrome 43 version to Stable channel for Windows, Mac and Linux. This build includes several security fixes, bug fixes and improvements including: Various fixes from internal audits, fuzzing and other initiatives Multiple vulnerabilities in V8 fixed Includes 37 security fixes You can download the […]
  • [FAQ] Upgrading to Windows 10 from Non-Genuine Windows

    16 May 2015 | 12:15 pm
    We know that Windows 10 is under development and the final version of Windows 10 is going to release to public this summer most probably between July to September, 2015. In the meantime you can enjoy the free public preview of Windows 10 in your computers: Download Windows 10 Free Insider (Technical) Preview Microsoft has […]
  • [Software Update] Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) 4.8.0204.0 Now Available for Download

    14 May 2015 | 12:34 pm
    Microsoft has upgraded its free anti-malware utility "Microsoft Security Essentials" (MSE) to version 4.8.0204.0. Microsoft Security Essentials provides real-time protection for your PC that guards against viruses, spyware, and other malicious software. MSE is simple to install, easy to use, and is automatically updated to protect your PC with the latest technology. It runs quietly […]
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    The Applied Materials Blog blogs

  • Industry Leaders Examine Advancing Interconnect Scaling

    14 May 2015 | 9:11 am
    Applied Materials will host a forum at the IITC* conference in Grenoble, France on May 19 to discuss ways of overcoming critical challenges in copper interconnect scaling. While much of the industry’s focus has been on transistor scaling, at the 10nm node and beyond, the interconnect is becoming a major issue.Read more
  • Innovation & Creativity Meet Social Responsibility

    1 May 2015 | 8:53 am
    Support of the arts reflects our belief that creativity and innovation play an important role in fostering vibrant, healthy communities. Applied’s involvement with the Institute of Contemporary Art was recently featured in a Corporate Social Responsibility & The Arts report.Read more
  • Recognized Among 100 Best Corporate Citizens

    28 Apr 2015 | 8:11 am
    Applied Materials was recognized among the 100 Best Corporate Citizens by Corporate Responsibility (CR) Magazine, ranking 85 on the 16th annual list. Read more
  • 50 Years of Moore’s Law

    16 Apr 2015 | 2:47 pm
    What are some of the innovations behind Moore’s Law? As technology advancement continues full steam ahead, Applied Materials recognizes and celebrates Moore’s Law on its 50th anniversary. Read more
  • Successfully Protecting Against Power Outages

    9 Apr 2015 | 9:19 am
    Applied’s superconducting fault current limiter has successfully limited faults that could have resulted in power outages in New York. Read more
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  • Install Android 5.1.1Lollipop Update Manually on Nexus 4 & Nexus 5

    21 May 2015 | 1:15 am
    Google has started rolling out Android 5.1.1 Lollipop OTA (over the air) update for Nexus 4 and Nexus 5 phones. While there is no significant visual change in this update, it brings minor tweaks and bug fixes to your phone. However, the Android 5.1.1 update does not address the memory leak bug... [This is a summary only. Click on the title for full article. Computer & Mobile Phone Tips,Tricks & Tutorials on]
  • Give a Facelift to Your Phone with the Smallest ZEN Launcher

    19 May 2015 | 6:57 pm
    If you are tired of having the same old home screen and interface as everyone else, there is a new launcher to give your Android phone a facelift. Called Zen Launcher, this lightweight, free app simplifies the traditional UI of your Android phone and makes it easy to use for child, young man and... [This is a summary only. Click on the title for full article. Computer & Mobile Phone Tips,Tricks & Tutorials on]
  • Quick Battery Drain on Rooted Galaxy S6 & Galaxy S6 Edge, How to Fix

    18 May 2015 | 2:44 am
    Does your Galaxy S6 eat up battery more quickly after rooting it? Many users have complaint about quick battery drain after rooting their Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge using Chainfire’s CF Auto Root method. The issue is due to the malfunction of deep-sleep mode, which prevents Galaxy S6 to go... [This is a summary only. Click on the title for full article. Computer & Mobile Phone Tips,Tricks & Tutorials on]
  • Albe95 S6 Port ROM Brings Galaxy S6 Features, Apps & UI to Galaxy S4 (Installation Guide)

    16 May 2015 | 7:22 am
    Samsung Galaxy S4 I9505 users can enjoy Galaxy S6 features, apps and UI on their device with Albe95 S6 Port ROM. Based on the Android 5.0.2 TouchWiz, this ROM brings all the new Galaxy S6 features, apps, system UI, lockscreen, keyboard, Ultra Power Saving Mode, Smart Manager, camera app, popup... [This is a summary only. Click on the title for full article. Computer & Mobile Phone Tips,Tricks & Tutorials on]
  • How to Fix Battery Drain and Heat Issues on Yu Yureka

    15 May 2015 | 5:26 am
    After updating Micromax Yu Yureka to the Cyanogen OS 12 (Android 5.0.2 Lollipop), many users have complaints that their phone eats up more battery and produce more heat. To fix these bugs, Cyanogen team has released a new update that you can install manually. If your Yu Yureka suffer from such an... [This is a summary only. Click on the title for full article. Computer & Mobile Phone Tips,Tricks & Tutorials on]
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  • 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…
  • IT Services Companies Toronto: Get the Best Data Backup Plan

    27 Apr 2015 | 5:23 am
    Research shows that seventy percentages of small enterprises that experience an important data reduction get out of company in 2 yrs. This fact discloses a couple of things: the importance of business information to profits age group, and the value of support up information in the more effective possible way. When anyone’s organization only merchants details onsite, he must seek suggestion from the maintained services supplier that focuses on IT services companies Toronto to discuss offsite info storing. And if he talks with the provider, he will probably explore the following storing…
  • Haier – Launches Its Smartphone Lineup In Pakistan

    Bilal Sarwari
    13 Apr 2015 | 10:51 am
    Haier, a Chinese multinational home appliances and consumer electronics brand launches its Android based smartphone series in Pakistan. Haier has introduced Klassic, Persuit and Esteem handsets in Pakistan at the launching ceremony that held on Thursday. Attending the event was itself an honor. According to the President Ruba-SEZ Group Shah Faisal Afridi, this latest venture is aimed to offer superior quality smartphones at affordable price range to customers, and help them create an exclusive statement and adding a valuable addition to the already saturate mobile industry. The prior vision…
  • How To Select An International Courier Company?

    18 Mar 2015 | 9:33 am
    If you are a businessman, then for sure you must be aware about the importance of international shipping companies. If you have to ship a large amount of shipments to other countries for business purpose, then it is better to select the right international courier company. There are a number of international courier companies who have a big name in this field, but this doesn’t mean that they are the best and they will provide you top notch service, there are few exceptional companies which might not have the same reputation but their service quality is far better than the former companies.
  • Facts to Consider Prior Choosing Virtualization

    12 Mar 2015 | 11:56 am
    Cloud computing is not a new term for organizations. There has been a lot discusses or written on this technology. There has been noticed a rapid shift of in house infrastructure to cloud computing during the last few years. There have been numerous reasons behind this shift such as prevailing economic conditions that forced organizations to control or cut down their operational expenses and getting rid of unnecessary resources. Perhaps, one of the biggest reasons for this shift is outsourcing. Making Decision: Now, to finalize which option is best suitable for selection, it is of utmost…
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  • The PowerCliq Next Gen Phone Case!

    21 May 2015 | 4:53 am
    Naturally just about any new design is going to be next gen, but the great looking PowerCliq is not your average Smartphone case as it comes with a built in Bluetooth powered headset, so no longer will you be looking around for your headset, because it’s going to there already in your hand. So, we know […]
  • SoundScoopz Improves Television Audio Quality!

    21 May 2015 | 4:08 am
    Modern flat screen televisions are great, but can have an issue with audio quality because the speakers are location at the back of the system, which means that the sound is going down or out the back instead going forward where the viewer is sitting. This is where SoundScoopz are hoping change things and the […]
  • Aperture Science Computer Base Unit!

    21 May 2015 | 2:44 am
    We do not hear much of Aperture Science these days and that is a great shame. However, for anyone that misses the fun and games of the business created by Cave Johnson, then this might just be right up your street. This base unit mod took three years to produce and yet it could have come […]
  • The Hidden Dangers Of Using The Selfie Stick!

    21 May 2015 | 2:26 am
    You may have heard that some places have banned the use of selfie sticks, this is not because the authorities are anti selfie, it because apparently they can be a danger to the user as well as the people and anything else around them, so it’s all down to a health and safety issue. Well […]
  • No Greasy Smartphones With KFC’s Tray Typer!

    21 May 2015 | 1:55 am
    Anyone who has sat down in a fast food restaurant for a meal and tried to use their Smartphone at the same time will know that greasy fingers and a glass display are not a great combination. So, the race is on to find a way for customers to use their Smartphone’s or tablets at […]
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  • 9 massive predictions for how tech will impact ‘the next billion’

    Paul Armstrong
    22 May 2015 | 12:55 am
    Quartz held an impressive event this week with speakers from Uber, frog design and EVRYTHING to name but a few. Titled “The Next Billion”, the conference focused on the challenges and the opportunities society faces with the “new world” we are fast seeing emerge. With a heavy vein of mobile and emerging markets peppered throughout, the morning was packed with insight and data on the opportunities the next billion people who come online will pose – some only emerging in the last few months based on new coding and political technology barriers being removed. I…
  • 6 things adland needs to know about SA’s smartphone space

    Andre Steenkamp
    21 May 2015 | 10:00 pm
    Cheap smartphones are reshaping consumer behaviour in South Africa faster than many realise. Here’s how to position your brand at the forefront of the trend and create effective platforms for engaging with mobile customers. Most marketers understand that their customers in the higher band of the Living Standards Measure (LSM) are digitally enabled and mostly mobile in their behaviour. But fewer don’t yet quite appreciate how quickly smart devices that cost R500 or less are sparking a smartphone revolution among people who were previously too poor to access the Internet. Thanks to entry…
  • 5 simple ways to create an online business map for your startup

    Kayla Matthews
    21 May 2015 | 9:35 pm
    You’ve got a great business model. You’re offering the kind of product or service people will absolutely love and, more importantly, pay money to receive. You know how to practice outstanding customer service. You’re ready to make some money. And yet, all of that won’t matter if customers can’t find your place of business. The simple fact of the matter for brick-and-mortar stores is that if people can’t find your location, they’ll just go out of their way to visit one of your competitors. That’s a disaster for your small business. Read more on Ventureburn. Related articles5…
  • 4 common UX mistakes in brand apps (and how to fix them)

    Ania Rodriguez
    21 May 2015 | 9:35 pm
    A flawless user experience is a fairytale. Users’ needs are always in flux, and there’s a constant push and pull between mobile designers as to which type of design is best. Yet the UX has the power to make or break a brand’s app. Brands have to consider design, content, performance, and overall usability when building apps to ensure users have the best possible experience. However, it seems like the UX gets compromised in the process. Add in a marketing team that confuses buyer personas with behavioral personas, and you’re left with a negotiated UX. This negotiated UX is often a…
  • Autonomous, flying selfies are here thanks to Lily Throw and Shoot camera

    Wiehahn Diederichs
    21 May 2015 | 9:30 pm
    Lily is a new start-up company that hails from Menlo Park, California. With its new and innovative throw-and-shoot flying drone camera (simply named “Lily” or “Lily Camera”) it aims to change the landscape of visual documentation. Antoine Balaresque and Henry Bradlow co-founded their company, Lily, back in 2013 after they met while studying computer science and working together at the UC Berkeley Robotics Laboratory. The company is currently funded by both private and institutional investors such as SV Angel, High Line Venture Partners, and Upside Partnerships. Read more on Gearburn.
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  • Huawei uses funny short to explain how to pronounce their name

    22 May 2015 | 8:48 pm
    Huawei is a rising Chinese mobile device manufacturer who’s name isn’t exactly easy for those of us in English-speaking countries to pronounce. Considering that we’re still hearing rumbles of the company’s desire to grab hold of consumer mindshare here in the United States, it’s about time for them to clear these simple pronunciation issues – which […]
  • Chrome for Android goes almost “entirely open source”

    22 May 2015 | 8:09 pm
    Launched in September 2008, Google’s Chrome browser is now dominant in its share of the desktop web browser market, with approximately 1 in 4 Internet users interfacing with the web using the browser. What many Chrome users probably don’t know, however, is that it’s actually based off the open source Chromium browser, also developed by Google. Up until […]
  • Oculus and founder sued by Hawaiian head-mounted display startup

    22 May 2015 | 7:25 pm
    Complaint says Palmer Luckey wrongly used what he learned from Total Recall Technologies.
  • Why Mark Zuckerberg wants kids to play video games

    22 May 2015 | 7:15 pm
    Video games have gotten a bad rap for years now. They create killers, many critics like to claim. They glorify criminal behavior, some politicians often shout. But often left out of the video game discussion is how video games can actually be helpful to a child’s intellectual development. While it may sound a bit outlandish at first, video games can often help kids hone their problem solving skills, sometimes without them even realizing it. What’s more, kids who really love video g
  • Indie artist delivers an impassioned and smart defense of Spotify

    22 May 2015 | 6:30 pm
    Just because Jay-Z’s Tidal service has been a bomb so far, that doesn’t mean artists aren’t right to be upset about the paltry sums of money they’re receiving from Spotify. However, Fort Frances lead singer David McMillin argues over at PopMatters that musicians shouldn’t be upset at Spotify at itself but at their own record labels for taking such huge chunks of cash from Spotify royalties. RELATED: Sorry, Tidal: Kanye West’s new album may be an Apple Music
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  • Where are the world’s coolest “green” cities?

    20 May 2015 | 7:16 am
    There’s no set Environment Agency-criteria for determining what makes a city green, but some of the essential factors for ranking the eco-friendliness of a city include the amount of green space, air quality, access to organic products, the percentage of LEED-certified buildings, and any other relevant characteristics that help reduce our carbon footprint. Here’s five cities that are not only green but have that “cool factor”. They’re like the Tesla Motors of cities. Copenhagen, Denmark With acres of green spaces, miles of bicycle routes and state-of-the art…
  • Verizon to buy AOL for $4.4 billion

    12 May 2015 | 9:12 am
    US telecommunications giant Verizon has snapped up AOL for $4.4bn (£2.8bn), in a deal worth $50 per share at an $8 premium. AOL generates revenues from advertising space on its own websites, such as the Huffington Post, Engadget, and TechCrunch, selling ad space for other websites, and from its legacy dial-up internet business. Verizon is likely looking to create a full service media and communications company, following the example of UK companies such as Sky and BT, where users get their phonelines, internet, and television all through the same provider. By bundling all the services and…
  • The new government poses challenges for digital business and innovation in Britain

    The Conversation
    12 May 2015 | 3:20 am
    In as much as technology and the digital economy had their moment in the spotlight at all during the recent election campaign, the parties’ policies contained few surprises. Our attention was deflected instead to speculation regarding the parties’ use of social media to attract votes. But even now that the results are in, the impact on the technology sector of a Conservative majority and a virtual single-party state in Scotland under the SNP is not entirely straightforward. Storm over Europe The Conservative’s key policy statement was to make the UK the “technology centre of…
  • YouTube turns 10

    23 Apr 2015 | 8:28 am
    Over the last ten years YouTube has become increasingly ingrained in our lives, creating its own celebrities that have following bigger than most popstars, and defining online video. When Google bought YouTube for $.165 billion in 2006, many thought that the search giant had paid over the odd for the service that had not turned a profit. However, then came the iPhone and the mobile revolution, where suddenly everyone had a camera in their pocket at all times, ready to shoot videos of their friends, activities, and anything that happens around them. Bandwidth improved just as the quality of…
  • Apple Watch versus Android Wear: who has won the Smartwatch war?

    Simon Jones
    2 Apr 2015 | 6:06 am
    Remember when tablets first came out and no one really saw the point, but they found their place? Well it seems the tech world is now making room for smartwatches. While some of the world may still be sceptical, at least five new watches are coming out this year hinting that Smart Watches will be taking centre stage in 2015. Now that Apple are finally playing catch up, the Android versus Apple battle commences once again and our friends at Mobile Phones Direct review the top 4 smart watches out on the market: Apple Watch, Moto 360, LG Watch G R and Kickstarter’s most successful project: the…
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  • HP Envy TouchSmart 15.6″ Laptop Review

    21 May 2015 | 11:33 pm
    ​As someone who often works with several Chrome tabs open, Photoshop, Lightroom, a couple of documents, Skype, Google Talk and other apps all open at the same times it is a must that I have a powerful laptop. A computer that does not keep up with my constant multitasking just won’t cut it. Underpowered computers […]
  • The Modal Concept Tote From Best Buy

    21 May 2015 | 8:15 pm
    I am always on the go. I travel for business quite a bit, and I travel for pleasure. In preparation for my wedding I have also been hitting the gym for the past few months. Even when home in Chicago, I am constantly on the move. I often carry around my laptop and find a […]
  • The Importance of Using the Internet to Draw New Customers

    19 May 2015 | 9:52 am
    The internet has become something of a miracle worker when it comes to finding and connecting with new customers. With traditional advertising mediums falling off over the years, companies that take advantage of search related advertising have found a way to cash in with lead generation programs. While companies of any size can take advantage […]
  • Tips For Being Safe When Moving Into a New Home

    1 May 2015 | 10:02 am
    I’m lucky in that I have not moved that much in my life. When I was a kid I only moved once, and as an adult I have moved only 3 times. I know some people that have moved dozens of times in their lifetime. I consider myself blessed! I am 41 years old and […]
  • Talking to Your Kids about Responsible Alcohol Use

    28 Apr 2015 | 1:44 pm
    Being a parent there are many things that we worry about when it comes to our children. Day in and day out we worry about what they learn, what they see, what they hear, and whether or not they are being influenced by things around them. It is a constant battle. As parents it is […]
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    Experts Exchange » Tech News

  • 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…
  • Nata’s Corner: February 2015

    EE Staff
    1 Feb 2015 | 8:31 am
    There are two companies who dominate the online advertising business, right? We all know it’s impossible to keep up with what Facebook does with your information, because every time someone gets a good handle on their privacy settings, they change them. But there’s a pretty straightforward list that helps you navigate what information Google stores about you. Oh, and don’t forget to come up with decent passwords. It seems like every few days, there is a story about the latest scam to hit – usually about two weeks after it’s been filling our inboxes. The most…
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  • Why Mark Zuckerberg wants kids to play video games

    Yoni Heisler
    22 May 2015 | 7:15 pm
    Video games have gotten a bad rap for years now. They create killers, many critics like to claim. They glorify criminal behavior, some politicians often shout. But often left out of the video game discussion is how video games can actually be helpful to a child's intellectual development. While it may sound a bit outlandish at first, video games can often help kids hone their problem solving skills, sometimes without them even realizing it. What's more, kids who really love video games often start trying their hand at making their own, a sentiment recently articulated by none other than…
  • Indie artist delivers an impassioned and smart defense of Spotify

    Brad Reed
    22 May 2015 | 6:30 pm
    Just because Jay-Z's Tidal service has been a bomb so far, that doesn't mean artists aren't right to be upset about the paltry sums of money they're receiving from Spotify. However, Fort Frances lead singer David McMillin argues over at PopMatters that musicians shouldn't be upset at Spotify at itself but at their own record labels for taking such huge chunks of cash from Spotify royalties. Continue reading...
  • How an 8-minute surgery could completely fix your poor eyesight

    Chris Smith
    22 May 2015 | 5:45 pm
    One of the things technology will most likely fix at some point down the road is poor eyesight. And it might happen sooner than we think, if Ocumetics Technology is successful with its Bionic Lens trials. Continue reading...
  • How to turn your old Android phone into a handy Chromecast remote

    Chris Smith
    22 May 2015 | 5:00 pm
    Attention Chromecast users: Your Chromecast experience can significantly be improved by turning one of your older Android devices into a dedicated Chromecast remote, as one Android fan has discovered. Continue reading...
  • This is Uber’s self-driving car prototype

    Chris Smith
    22 May 2015 | 4:35 pm
    It’s no secret that Uber is interested in cutting costs by replacing current cars with smart self-driving cars in the future. And it looks like the first self-driving cars from Google will not be the only ones performing test drives in the U.S., as Uber is also experimenting with this nifty technology. Continue reading...
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    TechVorm » Mobile Arena

  • Wiio WI3 With 5 Inch QHD Display, 4000mAh Battery Launched Exclusively On Snapdeal At Rs. 7,499

    Jatinder Paul
    22 May 2015 | 3:24 am
    Another budget smartphone is now available online with massive battery back-up and mediocre features at an attractive price-point. The new smartphone is known as Wiio WI3. This phone is from the stable of WiiO, promoted by Fortune Infovision, based in Jaipur. The Wiio WI3 will be available exclusively on Snapdeal at a price of INR 7499, and will […] The post Wiio WI3 With 5 Inch QHD Display, 4000mAh Battery Launched Exclusively On Snapdeal At Rs. 7,499 appeared first on TechVorm.
  • Microsoft Announces Cash Back Offer Of Rs. 2000 On Lumia 730

    Jatinder Paul
    21 May 2015 | 6:33 pm
    Microsoft has announced an assured cash back offer of Rs. 2,000 on its Lumia 730 smartphone for the limited period. The offer is valid from 20th May to 15th July or till the stocks last. The prospective buyers can avail this offer from any store selling Lumia smartphones across the country. Just to remind our buyers, […] The post Microsoft Announces Cash Back Offer Of Rs. 2000 On Lumia 730 appeared first on TechVorm.
  • Celkon Launches Campus Q405 With Quad-Core Processor At Rs. 3,199

    Jatinder Paul
    21 May 2015 | 8:46 am
    Home-grown handsets company Celkon has expanded its portfolio of Campus series of smartphones and launched today Dual-SIM Campus Q405 running on Android KitKat 4.4.2 OS. This entry-level smartphone is priced Rs. 3.199 and will be sold exclusviely on from today onwards. This phone is available in four colours – white, gold, blue and black. The Campus […] The post Celkon Launches Campus Q405 With Quad-Core Processor At Rs. 3,199 appeared first on TechVorm.
  • Spice Stellar 518 With 4000mAh Battery Launched At Rs. 4,999

    Jatinder Paul
    21 May 2015 | 4:30 am
    Spice Mobiles has expanded its portfolio of Stellar series smartphones and  launched today the Spice Stellar 518. This new smartphone is 3G enabled and runs on the jaded Android 4.4 KitKat OS. The Stellar 518 has MOP of Rs. 4,999 and will be sold on Home Shop Network 18. This smartphone comes with free flip cover. […] The post Spice Stellar 518 With 4000mAh Battery Launched At Rs. 4,999 appeared first on TechVorm.
  • Intex launches Cloud M5 II With 5 Inch Display At Rs. 4,799

    Jatinder Paul
    21 May 2015 | 1:53 am
    Indian brand Intex has launched today yet another smartphone in budget segment known as Cloud M5 II, which will be sold exclusively on Flipkart. Priced at Rs. 4,799, this smartphone will be available in  colour variants of – White+Orange and Black+Blue. The Cloud M5 II is a Dual-SIM smartphone and features a 5-inch FWVGA TN display(854×480 pixels). It […] The post Intex launches Cloud M5 II With 5 Inch Display At Rs. 4,799 appeared first on TechVorm.
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  • FlexiSpy Review: Does it Really Work and Worth the Money?

    Robin C
    18 May 2015 | 4:32 am
    Are you searching for a cellphone spy software or mobile monitoring software that is easy to setup and install? We have got one of the popular spy app, also the best spy app for android and iPhone today. Flexispy Review will help you decide and purchase the best spy software for smartphones and tablets like iPad and Android Tablets. Flexispy is available for Android, iPhone, iPad, Nokia Phones and Blackberry Devices as well. Flexispy Android Password Cracker and Apple iPhone Password Cracker are also popular because of its friendly user interface and affordable pricing. Flexispy for Android…
  • Information Technology Certification, CompTIA A+ Giveaway

    Robin C
    9 May 2015 | 3:35 am
    CompTIA is a non-profit trade association and a main provider of professional certifications for the global information technology (IT) industry. Today, we are happy to Giveaway CompTIA A+ Certification Voucher today, that is worth of $194 for one lucky winner. Certification Courses always add more value to your Resume and increases the job opportunity. Getting certified by a recognized Training Academy will be an added advantage. CompTIA is a very popular Training and Certification academy for many years. Job Seekers around the world have taken CompTIA certification courses online and…
  • Best Google PageSpeed Alternative Services for Websites

    Robin C
    7 May 2015 | 10:12 pm
    Google Pagespeed Service is one of the Free CDN Service available from the Search Engine giant Google. But they are going to discontinue Google PageSpeed Service globally on 3rd August 2015,  and if you are using it for your website or blog, then its time to switch back to your Hosting provider or get any Third Party CDN service for your website to serve all the static contents super fast to your readers. We will see some of the Best Google Pagespeed alternative services here that helps you serve static files (.css, .js, .php, images etc.,) super fast to your visitors. Personally, i was…
  • Best Apple Macbook Accessories to Buy

    Robin C
    30 Apr 2015 | 3:26 am
    Apple Macbook is one revolutionary product released by Apple in terms of Design and Technology. The Logic Board of Macbook shows what apple will do in coming years with other products Internals, and how they are going to make it more thinner and smaller, still deliver the processing power we need. Whenever there is a new product from Apple, we should also checkout some accessories on the other side to decorate it, protect it or to add some extra battery juice to the gadget. Speaking about Battery Juice, give a read about Best External Battery Power Banks for iPhone and Android Mobiles, that…
  • Bitdefender Box Review: One Box to Protect All Devices in Home Network

    Robin C
    28 Apr 2015 | 9:50 pm
    Bitdefender Box is a complete hardware security solution for your Home Network to protect all your Devices, such as iPhone, iPad, Windows PC, Mac Computers and Android Smartphones, Tablets from all types of Hackers, Internet Threats and Attacks. Setup Bitdefender Box in few easy steps and let it Guard your entire Network from Viruses, Worms, Trojans, Spywares and any type of Malwares. As we know, it is not just the Windows computers that are vulnerable to hackers. Even home appliances like Refrigerators, Television sets, Gaming Consoles and Thermostats are also vulnerable to hackers when they…
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  • Personalizing Check to Match With Tech Business Themes

    Karan Israni
    18 May 2015 | 2:49 am
    Even in a tech-heavy world, every once in a while you’re going to need to have a few manual checks from a checkbook around, so there are a few things that you can do to make sure to keep organized and secure. First, look into which business offer reliable short-order possibilities and keep that info … Continue reading Personalizing Check to Match With Tech Business Themes
  • 5 Tips for Hosting a Screaming Zombie Party

    Karan Israni
    18 May 2015 | 2:42 am
    Have you jumped on board with the latest zombie craze? So obsessed you want to share the fun with your friends and family? If so, it may be time for you to host your very own zombie-themed party. Don’t be intimidated if this seems a daunting task. It can be much simpler than you think … Continue reading 5 Tips for Hosting a Screaming Zombie Party
  • Technology That Helps Your Business Stay On Track

    Karan Israni
    24 Apr 2015 | 8:54 am
    From small businesses to big ones, there’s no doubt that you have some sort of technology that helps your business plug along. Did you know that it’s important to have some kind of program in place to help you keep track of the technology you do have? Think back to a time before computers and … Continue reading Technology That Helps Your Business Stay On Track
  • 18 Top Networking Sites for Startup Founders

    Karan Israni
    24 Apr 2015 | 8:47 am
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  • Identity Theft: Easier To Accomplish, Easier To Stop

    Karan Israni
    6 Apr 2015 | 7:29 am
    The idea of identify theft wanders in and out of public consciousness depending on a number of factors. If you or someone one know has been a victim, it’s probably on your mind. If there is a major movie released or book published that has identity theft in it, it’s probably on your mind. If … Continue reading Identity Theft: Easier To Accomplish, Easier To Stop
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    The Recruitment Alliance

  • The Future of Recruitment is not Technology

    20 May 2015 | 2:12 am
    Quite simply, as Greg Savage put it in a recent article, “the future of recruitment is where art meets science. Where technology combines with highly sophisticated human influencing skills”. You could actually stop reading at this point, if you didn’t want to know any more detail behind this, but that’s a bit like a scientist being told the answer to life itself is DNA and then not wanting to know more about how that works. The advances in recruitment technology in the last 5 years have been significant in comparison to the previous 10-15 years. Not since the first…
  • Miliband, Clegg, Balls and Farage all available for new employment opportunities

    8 May 2015 | 5:56 am
    OK so the dust is still settling on the General Election and for many this new political dawn will be the start of a new job search…. Online Recruitment will no doubt receive a rush of applications and CV uploads this week as the ex-Party Leaders and ex-MP’s rush to find new employment opportunities. Some might say that the sheltered – and often comfortable – positions they have held in public office will create a significant shock factor when faced with real world job-seeker prospects. Joining the multitude of job candidates, politicians should stand out from the crowd but do they?
  • The Small Business and the Big Skill Gap

    8 May 2015 | 1:45 am
    Understandably, there is a lot of talk at the moment about the growing skills gap across many sectors. We know it exists because the number of live advertised vacancies is growing at a faster rate than the number of the same jobs being filled and when businesses start to suffer, they make loud squeaking and grumbling noises that manifest themselves through the various media and communications channels. It’s the big boys mostly that get heard, but believe me it’s the small businesses that really feel this the most. After all, you think about it, bigger companies with bigger budgets and…
  • 5 Lessons Learned From That Job Post Fail

    5 May 2015 | 7:16 am
    Originally published on Winning Impression Like you, I see lots of stuff on LinkedIn that makes me cringe or simply wonder if I’m actually on Facebook. But when I saw that secretary job post, I was horrified!!! I simply couldn’t comprehend that a woman would do that to another woman or that she would leave it up, after so many complaints. So what can we learn from it? Firstly, a little reminder… 1. Think before you act! What would your grandparents think of the post? How will this job post impact on my client, my company or my reputation? Will everyone see the funny side? …and if…
  • A useful, free recruiter tool – Search, Share or scrape email addresses from web sites

    30 Apr 2015 | 7:21 am
    Shane McCusker of Intelligence Software demonstrates a new free tool. This month’s tool was inspired by the work and webinars of Shane Bowen, Glenn Gutmacher and Jermery Roberts. This month’s free recruiter tool is an update of Shane’s Recruiter Bookmarklet, previously called Shane’s Tools. This is a very handy tool that I personally use all the time, which can be used to quickly data mine and find important information on web pages. It is a combination of Searching, Sharing and Scrapping and is used to scrape data from the internet, including Google, LinkedIn, Twitter,…
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    Future of Privacy

  • Communicating with Parents about Student Privacy

    21 May 2015 | 10:55 am
    Recently, a number of bills have been proposed at both federal and state levels aimed at protecting student data privacy. Laws, codes of conduct, better contracts and training all play key roles in ensuring that student data will be used responsibly.  However, the most important effort that has yet to be well addressed is the […]
  • Pew Tackles the Future of Privacy

    21 May 2015 | 7:38 am
    On Wednesday, the Pew Research Center released its third report on Americans’ attitudes towards privacy and surveillance. While the report confirms previous findings that, no, privacy is not dead, it focuses a broader look at Americans’ views on privacy in public and information control. It finds that our privacy-values are particularly heightened with respect “to […]
  • NYC Taxi & Limousine Commission Proposal Raises Privacy Concerns for Apps

    19 May 2015 | 3:23 pm
    On Monday, the Future of Privacy Forum joined with the Bill of Rights Defense Committee/Defending Dissent Foundation, Center for Democracy & Technology, The Constitution Project, and Electronic Frontier Foundation to write the NYC Taxi and Limousine Commission (TLC) about its proposed rules regarding For-Hire Vehicle dispatch apps. We were especially concerned with the requirement that […]
  • A Historical Primer on Section 215 Bulk Collection

    14 May 2015 | 12:25 pm
    Over on the IAPP’s Privacy Tracker blog, FPF Senior Fellow explains how the past week has seen two significant events concerning Section 215 of the USA PATRIOT Act. First, on May 7, the Second Circuit ruled that “the telephone metadata program exceeds the scope of what Congress has authorized and therefore violates” Section 215. And yesterday, the House of Representatives approved the […]
  • Parents Rights To Student Data Privacy

    Brenda Leong
    28 Apr 2015 | 2:09 pm
    FUTURE OF PRIVACY FORUM INTRODUCES DIGITAL GUIDE TO EQUIP PARENTS WITH KNOWLEDGE, UNDERSTANDING OF LAWS GOVERNING STUDENT DATA USE AND PRIVACY New Website Developed in Partnership with National PTA,   WASHINGTON, D.C. – Monday, April 27, 2015 – As the digital revolution continues to transform students’ learning, how teachers instruct in classrooms, and the […]
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    The Hiltmon

  • Rust Hits 1.0

    Hilton Lipschitz
    17 May 2015 | 12:28 pm
    Rust is a project I have been observing for a while now, an attempt to create a new, fast, safe, systems programming language to replace C++, but with better memory safety and a bullet-proof concurrency model. Last week, Rust hit 1.0, and I think I may start testing it out for highly threaded, small and fast calculation tools that I would normally write and fight in C++. If any of you are using it, please let me know what for in the comments. And before anyone points me at Google’s excellent Go language, I am already looking into it to speed up, parallelize and replace a ton of Ruby and…
  • The Perfect Keyboard(s) (for Me)

    Hilton Lipschitz
    8 Mar 2015 | 11:14 am
    I’m not a keyboard snob. But I love using my current keyboards now. Background: I was very happy with the Apple “chicklet” style keyboards and even wrote about it in Not the Clicky Keyboard. There I declared that clicky keyboards were not for me. I was wrong. But I did not know it at the time. A while back, my boss went on a buying bender and purchased a whole bunch of different keyboards, including the DAS and some Microsoft ones. I tried them out too. Neither of us liked any of them, so he returned them all. As a joke, I ordered the CODE keyboard to show that I could buy…
  • One-Key Format Presets in Scrivener

    Hilton Lipschitz
    7 Mar 2015 | 2:37 pm
    I am writing a lot of business documents in Scrivener, and even though it’s the wrong way to do it, I use Scrivener’s format presets (think paragraph styles) to quickly format headings, bulleted lists and paragraphs in each sub-document. This way I minimize post-processing (and the business format is intentionally boring so I do not need any fancy layouts). But it’s a hassle to have to take my hands off the keyboard to click through the Format / Apply Formatting / Apply Preset menu tree or hit the tiny format preset dropdown ¶a to set the current paragraph style. What I…
  • Merge Asana Projects Into OmniFocus (Updated)

    Hilton Lipschitz
    1 Mar 2015 | 3:18 pm
    A long long time ago in a galaxy far far away, I wrote a script to import Asana tasks into Omnifocus. If you ran it again, it would update the tasks in OmniFocus. See Merge Asana Projects Into OmniFocus. I recently updated the script to work a smidge better with Asana and Omnifocus 2. The main changes are: Date formats can be changed (for those of us not in the USA) The Non-Project tasks now load Setup First, follow the instructions from the original post to set up Omnifocus and get your API keys. Download the updated script from Open it…
  • Seeing the Bigger Picture

    Hilton Lipschitz
    31 Jan 2015 | 7:23 am
    It is quite astounding to me that an astonishing amount of work is done and code written without any knowledge, view or understanding of the bigger picture. And yet no-one seems to have taken the time to consider just how remarkably ridiculous this common situation is. How can people be expected to perform at their best and create the best products when they have no clue as to what the big picture or goal is? And yet that seems to be the norm. I started thinking more about this topic yesterday when discussing the work our Quantitative Analysts were doing with them. They were keenly focussed…
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    Demartek - Real-world, Hands-on Research and Analysis

  • 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.
  • Demartek Evaluation of HP 3PAR StoreServ 7450 8GFC Express Writes

    12 May 2015 | 8:15 am
    HP commissioned Demartek to evaluate the performance of the All-Flash HP 3PAR StoreServ 7450 Storage system with its Express Writes feature in an end-to-end 8 Gb/s FC (8GFC) environment. We compared the latency of database writes with and without this feature.
  • Demartek Evaluation of HP 3PAR StoreServ 7450 16GFC All-Flash Storage

    30 Mar 2015 | 9:00 am
    HP commissioned Demartek to evaluate the performance of the All-Flash HP 3PAR StoreServ 7450 Storage system in an end-to-end 16 Gb/s FC (16GFC) SAN and compare it to an end-to-end 8 Gb/s FC (8GFC) environment. We compared the performance and latency characteristics of the entire solution in each configuration.
  • Demartek Releases “Demartek Discovered” Video

    13 Mar 2015 | 12:00 pm
    Demartek’s Creative Supervisor, Michael Turnbull, describes working at Demartek.
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    The Verge - All Posts

  • Senate votes down USA Freedom Act, putting bulk surveillance powers in jeopardy

    Adi Robertson
    22 May 2015 | 10:15 pm
    In a midnight session, the Senate has voted down the USA Freedom Act, putting one of the legal bedrocks of the NSA's bulk surveillance programs into jeopardy. The Patriot Act is set to expire at the end of the month, and the USA Freedom Act would have extended large portions of the act in modified form. Tonight's failure to arrive at a vote makes it likely that many of those powers will automatically expire, although Senate Majority Leader McConnell (R-KY) scheduled a last-minute session on May 31st for one last shot at passing the bill. In particular, the USA Freedom Act would have…
  • Florida says former Uber driver is an employee, threatening its business model

    Josh Lowensohn
    22 May 2015 | 5:27 pm
    Uber promises big things for its drivers, from plenty of work to flexible hours, and even discounts on vehicles that can be used when drivers aren't on the clock. However one thing that is not promised when someone becomes an Uber driver is the legal consideration of being called an "employee" versus an "independent contractor." Anyone who's worked in a company with both roles knows the difference: the former comes with numerous benefits, including expanded legal protections and maybe even a dental plan. The latter does not. And if you're a professional driver, whatever camp you fall into…
  • BMW shows off its newest concept car: the 3.0 CSL Hommage

    Sean O'Kane
    22 May 2015 | 2:50 pm
    Every now and then, BMW releases a concept car that is the design team's way of honoring its classic models. Last year it was the M1 Hommage (which the BMW i8 essentially pulled its design language from). In 2011 it was the crazy open-top roadster 328. BMW did it again today; the automaker introduced a reimagining of its classic 1970s coupé with the all-new 3.0 CSL Hommage concept car. Everything about it — from the big rear spoiler, to the molded body kit look, to the "Golf Yellow" coloring — is sure to ruffle traditionalists, but that's sort of the whole point of concept cars in the…
  • Elon Musk created his own grade school for the children of SpaceX employees

    Kwame Opam
    22 May 2015 | 2:07 pm
    Evidently relying on the old adage "If you want something done right, do it yourself," Elon Musk is now a school founder. In a recent interview on Beijing Television, the Tesla founder revealed that he opened a school, called Ad Astra, last year for his five children. In his view, regular school wasn't educating his kids the way he thought it should. "They weren't doing the things I thought should be done," Musk said during the interview. "I thought, well, let's see what we can do. Maybe creating a school would be better." Musk hired one of the teachers from the boys' school to help found Ad…
  • Mario Kart: Fury Road is the best Mad Max mash-up yet

    Sean O'Kane
    22 May 2015 | 1:10 pm
    The ridiculously fun new version of Mad Max has only been in theaters for a week, but the hot takes, memes, and mash-ups are already popping up with a fury. Mad Max met The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, MRAs threw a fit, and we even made a parody of our own by placing the oily hunks of Magic Mike: XXL alongside the dystopian future of Fury Road in Mad Mike: XXL. It's time to add one more to that list. Above you see Mario Kart: Fury Road, a mash-up between the George Miller movie and everyone's favorite polygonal go-kart racing game. If you loved Mario Kart 64 as much as I did, it hits all the…
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  • I/O 2015: Internet of (Google's) Things

    22 May 2015 | 3:55 am
    (Image Credit: iStockPhoto/juniorbeep) We've talked time-and-time again about the Internet of Things, but it's yet to gain a major uptake from your average consumer. One of the most prevalent devices to hit the market is likely to be the Nest smart thermostat - which is incidentally owned by Google.  Google therefore, with one swift acquisition, became one of the leaders in the Internet of Things despite having no real IoT platform through which to connect devices. We're only in the early-stages of what an OS for the IoT should look like During I/O at the end of this…
  • SIGNAL 2015: Twilio's new APIs provide applications with IM, audio conferences, and more

    20 May 2015 | 7:40 am
    (Image Credit: Twilio) Cloud-based communication experts, Twilio, kicked off their SIGNAL conference yesterday and announced a host of powerful new features for the trusted platform. One of the most game-changing new additions is the 'IP Messaging API' which enables you to build a complete messaging app without the need to build scalable infrastructure. It features all you would expect from a modern messaging API including a typing indicator, message read status, mobile push notifications, and chat history. Another announcement, Messaging Copilot,…
  • Arcade emulator MAME aspires to be a 'learning tool for developers'

    18 May 2015 | 8:26 am
    (Image Credit: iStockPhoto/micahmcdowell) Popular arcade emulator, MAME, is becoming open-source in the hopes of becoming a learning tool for developers. Although the emulator's source code has been available for some time, it has been under a modified BSD license which prohibited commercial use of the code.  MAME is going open source, if you have contributed in past and we still did not contact you please contact us at — (@mamedev_org) May 14, 2015 Originally the BSD license was put in place to help prevent the use of MAME in illegal…
  • Wunderlist opens its API for powerful To-Do list integration

    14 May 2015 | 8:33 am
    (Image Credit: Wunderlist) The popular To-Do app, Wunderlist, has opened its API for developers to integrate its services in their applications. In an announcement post, the team wrote: "With Wunderlist being our go-to tool to track, manage and achieve as a team, we wanted to make it also connect and interact with all the other apps we use in a seamless and smart way."  Wunderlist's API has launched with several big partners including; Sunrise, Slack, OneNote, HipChat, Zapier and Scanbot. Slack integration, for example, allows users to comment on their to-do items in…
  • Users can now pre-register for Android apps

    11 May 2015 | 7:21 am
    Gamers in particular are used to the act of pre-ordering an upcoming software release, in-fact pre-download is becoming the norm as games grow in size.  This isn't such an issue with mobile software, but with the amount of releases coming out daily it's easy for users to miss-out on something they've been looking forward to. If your users are on Android, they can now pre-register their interest for an upcoming release to be notified when it's ready to go. Users are also not committed to buying it after release, allowing them to be alerted but retain the ability to…
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  • Codeless enterprise app platforms: A further democratisation of mobility

    21 May 2015 | 4:58 pm
    (c) It’s the age old problem; employees want applications to improve their productivity, but IT, concerned with keeping the lights on, is unable to acquiesce to their requests. A new report from Smith’s Point Analytics argues the benefits of codeless mobile app platforms. The report, sponsored by Globo, Altova and Umajin, assesses three ways in which organisations can benefit from codeless platforms; templates in a visual editor, componentised drag and drop editors as a plug-in, and drag and drop WYSIWYG visual editors. With the latter, while there is more…
  • Putting the I back into CIO: It's all about information

    21 May 2015 | 8:47 am
    (c) There is an ongoing debate in many companies about whether the revolution of BYO, mobile apps, and cloud services – all of which accelerate shadow IT – is lessening or increasing the scope of the CIO role. Some in the business and tech media have gone so far as to declare that the title might soon vanish from the business lexicon. The arguments, both pro and con, assume that the CIO role must fundamentally change. This is true. There is disruption in end-user requirements, technology platforms, selection process, IT governance, and so on.  These changes…
  • Good pumps out latest Good Work updates, pushes for greater mobile document editing

    21 May 2015 | 4:02 am
    (c) Enterprise mobility management (EMM) provider Good Technology has announced updates to its Good Work email application, allowing users to view and edit Microsoft Office attachments on mobile devices. The updates enable users to open Microsoft Office documents from within an email, view them with the same experience as on PCs and laptops, and edit the document online through Microsoft Office Web Apps. It was an issue EMEA general manager Phil Barnett touched upon when speaking to Enterprise AppsTech earlier this month on the release of the firm’s latest…
  • Apperian research details growing importance of internally created mobile apps

    20 May 2015 | 5:00 am
    (c) While enterprise app adoption continues to grow, internally-created apps grow faster. That’s the primary finding from mobile application management (MAM) provider Apperian in its latest enterprise mobility report. The research, of more than 300 mobility and IT professionals, saw productivity apps ranked as those with the greatest impact on ROI, followed by field service apps, selling tools, HR and travel apps. Nearly half (47%) of respondents said they were investing in apps that support core business processes to increase adoption and drive ROI, compared to 43%…
  • Employees own up to watching porn on work devices, research finds

    18 May 2015 | 4:57 pm
    (c) One in 10 employees in the UK has admitted to watching pornography on a work device, a new study reveals. It’s long been the same old story; employees’ actions on mobile devices are a threat to their employers. Previously, it was assumed that they weren’t aware of the risks. Increasingly however, employees are aware of cyber threats – yet many carry on regardless. The findings of a new survey, from Blue Coat in conjunction with Vanson Bourne, confirm this further. Among the eye-opening findings are: More than a quarter (26%) of respondents…
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  • Personal Student Loans

    19 May 2015 | 9:17 am
    Find Money for College with TuitionU Your money What you need to know about private student loans – Dubuque Telegraph Herald Your money What you need to know about private student loansDubuque Telegraph HeraldJust keep in mind that private student loan rates often are variable, meaning the rate will fall or rise along with broad interest rate trends. (The rates on federal student loans are fixed for the life of the loan.) With interest rates near all-time …Getting Started: What you need to know about private student loansJournal Times5 Things Every Federal Student Loan Borrower…
  • No Credit Check Student Loans

    12 May 2015 | 9:18 am
    Should You Ever Take Out More Student Loan Money Than You Need? – News (blog) News (blog)Should You Ever Take Out More Student Loan Money Than You Need? News (blog)The most common advice is to take on as little debt as possible — there are plenty of people who say you should only do a grad program if it’s of no cost to you — but it’s up to you to decide how much you should borrow. … Perhaps you’re going into …5 Student Loan Terms Every Borrower Should KnowSTLtoday.comall 27 news articles »…
  • Capital One Student Loans

    5 May 2015 | 9:18 am
    The best money tips ever – Professor Savings Grand Central: Lawmakers Ought to Look to Tarullo, not Dudley, on Fed … – Wall Street Journal (blog) Wall Street Journal (blog)Grand Central: Lawmakers Ought to Look to Tarullo, not Dudley, on Fed …Wall Street Journal (blog)On one side, “economic activity appears to be on a solid, sustainable growth path,” he said. But, “inflation is low and … Fed’s Dudley Says Student Loans May Not Be For Everyone. “It’s true that virtually … “But some people who take out student ……
  • Banks That Do Student Loans

    28 Apr 2015 | 9:18 am
    Student-Loan Default Is Not a Moral Good – National Review Online NewsweekStudent-Loan Default Is Not a Moral GoodNational Review OnlineYou would not know it if you knew the world only through the declarations of Elizabeth Warren and Occupy rhetoric, but bank loans do not generally work like that. JPMorgan Chase does not send out legions of small-time criminals to knock on doors in …Students Launch Historic Debt Strike, Refusing to Pay Back Predatory College …Democracy Now!Student Debt Strike Targets For-Profit CollegeNewsweekall 66 news articles »…
  • Bank of America Personal Loans

    23 Apr 2015 | 2:18 am
    Bank of America Looks At Student Loan Portfolio, Seeks Greener Pastures – MainStreet Bank of America Looks At Student Loan Portfolio, Seeks Greener PasturesMainStreetNEW YORK (MainStreet) — People just out of college—or out for a decade or more–look at their student loan balances and see a drain on their pay checks and cash that they’d like to invest elsewhere. Increasingly, banks look at student loan balances …and more »… The post Bank of America Personal Loans appeared first on My Blog.
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    TechSling Weblog

  • Where To Buy Refurbished Smartphones

    22 May 2015 | 4:12 am
    Original Article by TechSling Weblog:  Buying the latest and greatest smartphones is expensive. Keeping up with technology is expensive too.  However, there is a cost-cutting method that is growing in popularity year-on-year. That is, purchasing refurbished smartphones at a much cheaper price than their retail value. What is a refurbished mobile phone? Refurbished phones are those that have been sent back… The post Where To Buy Refurbished Smartphones first appeared on TechSling Weblog.
  • Going Tee-Tee Just Got Techy

    Alyssa Sellors
    22 May 2015 | 2:24 am
    Original Article by TechSling Weblog:  Here in America, we don’t really think about innovative technologies when we go to the bathroom, but that might be changing very soon. Imagine a “smart bathroom” where your shower knows your favorite play list and your toilet cleans itself. Believe it or not, products like this already exist, and they are easily adaptable to… The post Going Tee-Tee Just Got Techy first appeared on TechSling Weblog.
  • What’s in Store for the Wi-Fi Lovers in Near Future?

    Steven Scheck
    22 May 2015 | 1:48 am
    Original Article by TechSling Weblog:  It hasn’t been that long since Wi-Fi technology has turned up a connective tissue, binding digital lifestyle. But it has already allowed us to push the limits of wireless technology and imagine possibilities of a proper Internet of Things. Wi-Fi networks are all pervasive now. Though it was once limited to business or home, these… The post What’s in Store for the Wi-Fi Lovers in Near Future? first appeared on TechSling Weblog.
  • Rise in Eco Electronics Components 2015

    22 May 2015 | 1:45 am
    Original Article by TechSling Weblog:  From a business perspective, it’s a perfect time to be offering the world more eco-friendly products. More electronics parts manufacturers and electronics components suppliers are discovering that there are excellent reasons to consider going greener, and developing more sustainable practices, products and services. Though being an active part of the ‘green’ community used to mean… The post Rise in Eco Electronics Components 2015 first appeared on TechSling Weblog.
  • How Service Providers Can Keep Up With the Changing Risk Management Landscape

    Brad Thies
    21 May 2015 | 2:49 am
    Original Article by TechSling Weblog:   Security breaches in every industry are all over the news these days, and companies are becoming more mindful of the need for compliance and risk management. As a result, they’re putting their cloud service providers under a microscope. But the business world is changing. The fixed cost model is fading as subscription-based services thrive.… The post How Service Providers Can Keep Up With the Changing Risk Management Landscape first appeared on TechSling Weblog.
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  • Hootsuite CEO on its IPO plans: “timing is everything… but we are moving closer”

    Ian Hardy
    22 May 2015 | 5:01 pm
    Coming off the stellar opening of Ottawa-based Shopify’s IPO yesterday — closed at $25.68 USD and gained a market value of 1.9 billion — are comments by Hootsuite’s CEO Ryan Holmes about its intentions to eventually follow suit. During a fireside chat at the CCVA’s annual conference in Vancouver, Holmes said, “I’ve talked about 18 to 24 months, but I’m very bullish given the success that Shopify has had, and maybe we will want to speed that up a little bit… I’m not in a rush to do it just because everybody else is doing it. I want to…
  • Startup Canada wants to send a Canadian company to DLD Tel Aviv

    Igor Bonifacic
    22 May 2015 | 2:42 pm
    Startup Canada and the Embassy of Israel are looking for Canada’s most promising information and communications technology company. The two are hosting a competition that will send its winner to Tel Aviv, Israel. The competition is open startup founders between the ages of 25 and 40 who have a company that is in the web or mobile space. One of the additional restrictions is that applying startups must be in the seed stage. As mentioned, the winner will receive an all-expense-paid trip to Tel Aviv. There, they will take part in the DLD Tel Aviv Innovation Festival, a conference that…
  • Ryan Holmes chosen as CVCA’s 2015 Entrepreneur of the Year

    Ian Hardy
    22 May 2015 | 11:49 am
    The founder and CEO of HootSuite has been honoured by the Canadian Venture Capital & Private Equity Association (CVCA) with the 2015 Entrepreneur of the Year award. This is a prestigious award that is given to Canadian entrepreneurs who have demonstrated a great deal of success “in delivering superior returns to its stakeholders, along with business vision, tenacity, innovation, leadership and contribution to their community.” Hootsuite is a social media management tool for businesses that started in Vancouver in 2008. The has over 11 million customers and has raised $249.9…
  • C100 selects 20 startups for its 48 Hours in the Valley June Cohort

    Ian Hardy
    22 May 2015 | 10:41 am
    The C100’s has announced the companies participating in the 48 Hours in the Valley June Cohort. This initiative is its flagship mentorship program that’s put on in conjunction with the Canadian Consulate of San Francisco and Palo Alto. To date, 180 companies have participated in the experience and the next group consists of 20 of the “most exciting” startups in Canada. We have profiled many of them and the complete list is below. – Auvik Networks – Bridgit – Borrowell – Decisive Farming – Fatigue Science – Foodee – FundThrough…
  • W|W: The Wearable Weekly – the rumour mill

    Tom Emrich
    22 May 2015 | 9:43 am
    Welcome to The Wearable Weekly, your trusted guide to all things wearable tech. If you only have time to read one thing about wearables this week, this is it. Don’t forget to subscribe to The Wearable Weekly using the form below to make sure it hits your email inbox every week! Industry Highlights Apple may be skipping past TV and heading right to virtual reality. Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster no longer believes that the Apple TV is coming, but suggests that Apple may be setting its sights on virtual reality instead. Loads of Google wearable announcements are rumoured to be taking…
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  • Connected cars will create "traffic jams" for mobile networks

    21 May 2015 | 7:42 am
    (Image Credit: iStockPhoto/Joe_Potato) During rush hour periods, we all expect the roads to become congested and our cars to crawl to their destination. But as we connect all these vehicles to mobile networks, it's the virtual highways which will come grinding to a halt unless preparations are in-place.  A new independent study from Machina Research has revealed the challenges which connected cars will present to mobile operators; something which is expected to cause a 97% increase in data traffic over the next ten years.  “Connected cars, as with…
  • Industrial Internet of Things will reach 43.5m devices

    19 May 2015 | 8:04 am
    (Image Credit: As more machine-to-machine (M2M) applications are being created, Internet connectivity will become essential to numerous heavy industries around the globe. The installed base of wireless Internet of Things (IoT) devices in industrial automation reached 10.3 million in 2014, according to the latest worldwide market study by Berg Insight.The number of wireless IoT devices in automation networks is now forecast to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 27.2 percent to reach 43.5 million by 2020.There is a wide range of wireless technologies…
  • The rise of the semi-connected consumer

    17 May 2015 | 4:59 pm
    (c) The nearly ubiquitous Wi-Fi availability increase in the western world has had a huge impact on the success of OTT service providers, many of whom have been instrumental in shaping the digital needs and expectations of customers.  Wi-Fi calling and messaging services have now become a feasible alternative to the lengthy and often expensive data-heavy contracts that are available from traditional mobile operators. This has given rise to the ‘semi connected consumer’ - consumers who often either opt out of data plans, or use data sparingly in return for…
  • Ofcom plans to light-up BT's Dark Fibre network

    15 May 2015 | 4:32 am
    (Image Credit: iStockPhoto/Ramberg) Back in 2012, Ofcom performed a review of business connectivity and decided against allowing rival ISPs to use its Dark Fibre network. The regulator has now performed a U-turn on its decision, and has proposed that other ISPs should be allowed to use the un-lit fibre optic infrastructure.  Dark Fibre infrastructure provides spare capacity for future demand, and during the last business connectivity review the regulator said that opening it up to rivals would “carry significant risks of worse…
  • Netflix goes on the offensive against Australian ISPs

    12 May 2015 | 3:35 am
    (Image Credit: iStockPhoto/Stephen Krow) Australian broadband providers have been criticised by some of Netflix's customers as providing "unusable" access - which has prompted the streaming giant to launch a local version of its ISP Speed Index. The index aims to inform users which providers offer the best access to their vast library of entertainment content.  Netflix arrived in Australia just two months ago and accounts for 20 - 25% of the total web traffic from ISPs in the country. The sheer amount of bandwidth being used by…
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    eHow Stuff : Linux, Tips, Howto Guides

  • How to Install and Setup Apache Tomcat 8 on CentOS 7.1 / RHEL 7

    21 May 2015 | 3:35 am
    Apache Tomcat version 8 is an open source web server and servlet container developed by the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) and provides a web server environment for Java based source code. Tomcat 8 is the first Apache Tomcat release to support the Servlet 3.1, JSP 2.3, EL 2.3, and WebSocket specifications. This post will cover…
  • How to Install JAVA 8 (JDK 8u45) on CentOS 6 / CentOS 7

    18 May 2015 | 9:00 pm
    The JDK is a development tool for building applications, applets, and components using the Java programming language . It includes a useful tool for developing and testing programs written in the Java programming language and runs on the Java platform. You can go through this document to know more about new enhancement of Java JDK…
  • How to Check Software or Packages Version in CentOS

    10 May 2015 | 8:10 am
    There are a variety of software installed on linux and windows servers. In particular time, we are required to review and check the version of the software or packages that we have installed on any operating system. I have prepared a list command line on how to check the software and packages version on linux…
  • How to Setup Multiple WordPress Websites for Nginx on CentOS 7

    15 Apr 2015 | 6:02 am
    This article describes how to install and configure multiple wordpress websites for Nginx and the steps has been prepared based on CentOS 7.0 and Nginx 1.6.3. NGINX (pronounced Engine ex) is an open source high performance web server and able to handle large number of concurrent connections. Ithas the lowest memory footprint if compared to…
  • How to Install IonCube Loader in CentOS 6 / CentOS 7

    12 Apr 2015 | 12:23 pm
    IonCube PHP Loader is a PHP module or extension for PHP files decoding encrypted and is often required for many applications based on PHP. It helps us to protect php applications from unauthorized execution and at the same time can accelerate the website. This article will show you how you can install ioncube on CentOS…
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  • 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…
  • 5 Ways VoIP Calls Can Boost Your Profits

    Jane Sheeba
    21 Apr 2015 | 9:35 am
    Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is an established way of money saving for a number of businesses to communicate. The internet phone or broadband phone as it also known as, has increased in popularity over recent years and is now genuinely seen as a cost-cutting alternative to making phone calls over a traditional landline. Here are five ways VoIP will cut your costs allowing you to boost your business profits in the process: 1.  Cheaper talk on the move Travel costs can make a decent-sized proportion of business expenses, especially for small businesses.  The advantage of being set up…
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  • Engineers create ‘ballistic wallpaper’ to reduce impact of explosions

    Kenny Doan
    22 May 2015 | 8:54 pm
    Engineers have come up with a type of wallpaper that can be used as reinforcement in case of an explosion. “Ballistic wallpaper,” as its being called, is composed of Kevlar fiber threads embedded in flexible polymer films. The wallpaper has adhesive backings, enabling it to be applied to just about any surface quickly and efficiently.... Read More The post Engineers create ‘ballistic wallpaper’ to reduce impact of explosions appeared first on VR-Zone.
  • Edge Memory SE847 Value SSD line launched

    Babu Mohan
    22 May 2015 | 3:48 pm
    EDGE Memory today announced its new value SSD line targeted at the mass market. The EDGE SE847 line of solid state drives offer great performance at affordable prices. Although EDGE didn’t give out any numbers, it claims the EDGE SE847 SSDs offer ‘ultra-fast read and write speeds’. Thanks to the much faster transfer speeds and... Read More The post Edge Memory SE847 Value SSD line launched appeared first on VR-Zone.
  • NVIDIA GTX 980 Ti specifications revealed before launch

    Babu Mohan
    22 May 2015 | 3:48 pm
    Recently a report claimed that NVIDIA will be releasing the GeForce GTX 980 Ti graphics card earlier than expected, at Computex 2015 in Taipei. Barely a fortnight before its rumored release date, more details about the card have surfaced online, According to Korean website HWBattle, the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti will come with a... Read More The post NVIDIA GTX 980 Ti specifications revealed before launch appeared first on VR-Zone.
  • AMD’s flagship ‘Fiji’ graphics card pictured for the first time

    Babu Mohan
    22 May 2015 | 3:47 pm
    The wait is finally over. Very first image of AMD’s upcoming ‘Fiji’ flagship graphics card has appeared on the web today, courtesy of Frostbite game engine technical director, Johan Andersson. Andersson tweeted the image of AMD’s new flagship card earlier today, revealing it to the world for the first time. So far we have only... Read More The post AMD’s flagship ‘Fiji’ graphics card pictured for the first time appeared first on VR-Zone.
  • Samsung Galaxy J5 and J7 full specs revealed

    Babu Mohan
    22 May 2015 | 3:46 pm
    It looks like Samsung could make the Galaxy J5 and J7 official very soon, as the two smartphones recently visited China’s TENAA certification agency. From the images, it is quite apparent that the J5 and J7 draw heavily from the already announced Galaxy J1 smartphone. However, as the names suggest, the J5 and J7 will... Read More The post Samsung Galaxy J5 and J7 full specs revealed appeared first on VR-Zone.
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  • Transfer Content Between iPhone And Android Devices In 1 Click With MobileTrans

    22 May 2015 | 5:39 am
    When you buy a new phone, you want the information from your old phone to be transferred to it—right? It seems like it should be a straightforward process, but unfortunately that’s not always the case. Now usually going from an older iPhone model to a newer iPhone model is pretty painless, but what about when […]
  • Which Top Android Phone Should You Buy? A Quick and Painless Comparison

    20 May 2015 | 9:12 am
    Choosing the right smartphone is arguably one of the most important decisions a person can make. It’s a personal device that keeps you connected throughout the day. Things like how long the battery lasts, what size the device and it’s screen are, how bright and clear that screen is, how fast the device works and […]
  • 4K TV Prices Are Falling FAST (As In 55% Cheaper Than January)

    20 May 2015 | 6:22 am
    I was disappointed to read in the Wall Street Journal recently that Apple has apparently given up on making an actual Apple TV set and will instead be sticking to the Apple TV console (perhaps with the addition of a paid streaming cable alternative). Okay. So that’s life. Apple didn’t feel like it could make […]
  • One Of The Most Annoying Things In Life Just Got Fixed—Thanks MyTime

    20 May 2015 | 5:18 am
    Let’s say I want a haircut. I don’t want my hair chopped by some rando, I want my regular haircutter. But I hate calling to make an appointment. I just do. I mean almost everything else I do can be done without making a call. This isn’t the early nineties; nobody calls a phone number for the […]
  • The 100 Best Vine Accounts (Viners) Of 2015

    19 May 2015 | 1:35 pm
    This is the Vine list to end all Vine lists—the one that actually counts. So far this year DailyTekk has rounded up and ranked the 100+ best Instagrammers, the 100 best YouTubers, the 100 best Pinners and the 100 best blogs and websites of 2015. Today we conquer curate Vine, the site where people cram as much creativity, humor, […]
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    Managed File Transfer Tips

  • 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 the fact that if you were […]
  • Truly Secure On-Premise Document Management for HR

    Justin Phipps
    24 Mar 2015 | 6:04 am
    HR departments receive, generate, and accumulate substantial volumes of documents such as job postings, employment applications, resumes, reference checks, testing data, personnel files wage and hour records, payroll records, and disciplinary files. GoDrive by GoAnywhere™ is a secure file storage and collaboration solution that’s ideally suited to the unique document management requirements of today’s Human […]
  • On-premise Cloud Storage and Sharing Alternative from Linoma Software

    Justin Phipps
    23 Mar 2015 | 11:16 am
    Linoma Software announces GoDrive by GoAnywhereTM, a secure on-premise Enterprise File Sync and Sharing (EFSS) solution that takes document storage out of the cloud and puts IT administrators back in control. With GoDrive, files and folders can be easily shared between authorized employees and partners with advanced collaboration features including file revision tracking, commenting, a […]
  • Risky Cloud-based File Sharing Has Met Its Match in GoDrive EFSS

    Justin Phipps
    10 Mar 2015 | 6:31 am
    So you’ve decided 2015 is the year to finally end your organization’s use of high risk cloud-based file sharing services.  Maybe it came from a directive by senior management to reduce the exposure of sensitive company documents, or maybe you’ve accepted that policy enforcement is simply unmanageable. Chances are, your requirements include greater control over […]
  • 4 Benefits of On-premise Enterprise File Sync and Sharing

    Justin Phipps
    3 Mar 2015 | 5:42 am
    Too many organizations have underestimated the value of mission-critical business documents.  Some employees may take great risks with sensitive or proprietary information and hope that nothing bad happens. Today, there’s a new way for your entire organization to easily store documents and enjoy secure collaboration with GoDrive by GoAnywhereTM.  What makes GoDrive unique is the […]
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  • MSI PE60 PE70 feature Core i7-4720HQ and Nvidia 950M or 960M

    2 May 2015 | 11:36 am
    The post MSI PE60 PE70 feature Core i7-4720HQ and Nvidia 950M or 960M appeared first on NotebooksNews.MSI has introduced a new range of mainstream laptops called the Prestige and first two models to debut in this range are MSI PE60 and MSI PE70 which will retail at € 1199 and € 1299 respectively. Both laptops feature Intel Core i7-4720HQ and GeForce GTX 950M or GTX 960m. MSI PE60 and MSI PE70 […]
  • HP ZBook 14 G2 Mobile Workstation specifications

    15 Apr 2015 | 12:24 am
    The post HP ZBook 14 G2 Mobile Workstation specifications appeared first on NotebooksNews.HP Japan has launched a mobile workstation by the name of ZBook 14 G2 and it comes equipped with FirePro M4150 GPU. Priced at 238,000 yen ($ 1990), its specifications include 256GB SSD with M.2 / PCI Express connection, Intel Core i7-5600U (2.6GHz plus onboard graphics), 8GB memory (maximum 16GB), FirePro M4150 GPU,256GB SSD and […]
  • Asus Zenbook Pro UX501 features i7 haswell and Nvidia 960M GPU

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:51 pm
    The post Asus Zenbook Pro UX501 features i7 haswell and Nvidia 960M GPU appeared first on NotebooksNews.Asus has launched a new ultrabook called Zenbook Pro UX501 that appears to be the successor to the currently available Zenbook NX500. In fact some will say that UX501 has same specifications as the Asus G501 and while they are right to some extent, the design of two laptops are totally different. Asus Zenbook Pro […]
  • Macbook 2015 and Windows 7 support

    27 Mar 2015 | 1:19 pm
    The post Macbook 2015 and Windows 7 support appeared first on NotebooksNews.Macbook 2015 is the latest Apple laptop that does away with windows 7 support. So if you want to run windows on Macbook 2015, you will have to go with the Windows 8 64 bit edition and if you are person that loves experimenting, you can go ahead and install Windows 10 64 bit version […]
  • Benefits of MIPS Chromebook laptops

    26 Mar 2015 | 9:51 am
    The post Benefits of MIPS Chromebook laptops appeared first on NotebooksNews.Until now we have seen x86 chromium netbooks and ARM powered chromebook laptops. But soon we will see chrome OS-powered MIPS chromebook laptops. MIPS is currently owned by Imagination Technologies. Lately Coreboot which is open source BIOS has been updated to support MIPS laptops. One of the primary benefits of a diverse CPU landscape is […]
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  • Newegg Daily Deals: PNY CS2111 240GB SSD, WD SE 4TB HDD, and More!

    22 May 2015 | 1:42 pm
    Top Deals:Everybody knows that a cool graphic adds horsepower to cars and speed to solid state drives, right? Maybe not, but what if you could own an SSD that looks sweet and is fast to boot? Don't dream about it, just check out today's top deal for a PNY CS2111 240GB SSD for $94.99 with free shipping (normally $129.99). This drive offers sequential reads of up to 555MB/s and sequential writes of up to 320MBps, and for a limited time, you get a free PNY Attache 2 16GB USB flash drive with purchase!Other deals:Seagate Constellation® ES.3 SATA 6GB/S 2-TB Hard Drive for $144.99 with free…
  • ESET Dug Up 30 Scareware Minecraft Apps on Google Play

    22 May 2015 | 1:08 pm
    Cheaters never prosperWell known security vendor ESET said it discovered over 30 scareware applications available for download on Google Play, most of which were masquerading as cheats for Minecraft. According to ESET, the more than two dozen malicious apps were installed by over 600,000 Android users before Google showed them the door."It’s not easy to slip a malicious application into Google’s official Play Store these days. Google’s automated application scanner, Bouncer, helps in reducing the number of malware on the official app store. Yet, some baddies do occasionally get by, as…
  • PC Gamer and AMD Line Up Developers for PC Gaming Show at E3

    22 May 2015 | 12:40 pm
    First of a kind event for PC gaming fansLet's face it, there's no other platform like the PC for playing games. You know it, we know it, and deep down inside, console gamers know it, too. That being the case, it's about time the PC got its due at E3, don't you think? Well don't you worry -- PC Gamer and AMD are busy lining up developers for the "AMD Presents the PC Gaming Show Powered by PC Gamer." Yes, that's a mouthful. It's also historically significant.How so? Well, for the first time, the PC platform will have its own event during E3. It will give the PC community an opportunity to…
  • FSP Hydro G Series Power Supplies Tout Swappable Logos

    22 May 2015 | 9:27 am
    Pick your color logoHere's a tip -- don't ever pick out a power supply based solely on the design of the manufacturer's logo. That said, if you end up going with one of FSP's new Hydro G Series PSUs, you'll have the option of applying a red or green logo'd sticker over top of the blue one that comes standard. Luckily (for FSP), these PSUs have more going for them than just stickers.FSP as a brand has been one of the more reliable makers of PSUs, and we'll give them the benefit of the doubt here unless we learn otherwise. What we know is that these new models are all 80 Plus Gold certified.The…
  • Newegg Daily Deals: MSI 970 Gaming AM3+ Mobo, Asus Core i7 Laptop, and More!

    21 May 2015 | 2:48 pm
    Top Deal:Going the budget route on your next build? In that case, AMD might be calling your name. The question is, where should you start? If you're stumped, then check out today's top deal for an MSI 970 Gaming AM3+ Motherboard for $76.49 with free shipping (normally $99.99 - use coupon code: [AFEX150515]). This board boasts USB 3.0 connectivity, Killer Gigabit LAN, half a dozen SATA 6Gbps ports, and lots more.Other Deals:Mushkin Enhanced ECO2 MKNSSDEC240GB 2.5-inch 240GB SATA III MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) for $87.99 with free shipping (normally $99.99)MSI Z97 Gaming 5 LGA 1150…
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  • 3 Must-Have Android QA Solutions Designed For Flawless Automation

    BugHuntress blog
    22 May 2015 | 3:07 am
    So, test automation, quite the topic to discuss. So much is dependent on automation today (too much, perhaps) that us, testers have no choice but to adjust to such an environment. New skills are required, new best practices emerge and moreover,... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • How to Rock With JUnit

    BugHuntress blog
    21 May 2015 | 12:46 am
    You may in some mobile application projects that require testing or you perform tests for desktop or web solutions, no matter. You will face unit tests sooner or later. So Junit, huh? If you are looking forward to using this tech in testing you... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]