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What Top-Notch SEO Specialists Can Do

It is every business’ endeavor to get high rankings when it comes to search engines as this can be an effective way to expand the market and reach out to more consumers who might have need or interest for their services. What’s the good in putting up a website only to be hidden in the… Read More »

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Facelift: Coming To An Apple Device Near You

At this year’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) to be held on June 10-14, Apple will likely reveal its latest application and software update for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Expected to be called iOS 7, the software will be receiving a long overdue and much needed overhaul. Apple’s software design, once innovative and groundbreaking, is… Read More »

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How to SEO: Keeping Up With the Game in 2013

SEO has come a long way in the past five years and, if you’re working on a SME, one of the worst things you can do is get stuck in an archaic way of thinking when it comes to digital marketing. Today, search engine optimisation isn’t about keyword stuffing, link spamming and other “black hat”… Read More »

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Crowdsourcing And The English Language

Does the term ‘crowdsourcing’ mean anything to you? If you’re a tech fan, it probably does. But just in case you’re not, crowdsourcing is when a job or task is outsourced to and completed with the help of the general public. Crowdsourcing happens mostly on the internet and the best known example of it is… Read More »

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Three Technologies To Secure Your Business

Security is a key concern for any retail business owner. Retail security is about more than just ensuring that your stock doesn’t get stolen as the safety and well-being of your staff and even your premises are also of paramount importance. Technology offers retailers a great opportunity to boost their security levels, allowing you to… Read More »

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Intel bring you Silvermont, the future of smartphones and tablets

In a webcast organized for investors and media Intel announced its next-generation atom micro- processor architecture named silvermont designed for smartphones, tablets, and other low-power devices including entry-level notebooks. The webcast was organized by the company which had lost ground to ARM Holdings, a UK-based company, makes the core technology that is used by companies… Read More »

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HTC One vs. Apple iPhone 5

HTC One vs Apple iPhone 5 Display

This year, HTC announced one of the best Android smartphones in the mobile world named HTC One, and they also announced that this would be their only high-end smartphone this year. But even after the release of HTC One, Apple iPhone 5 remains as one of the most popular smartphones in the world, thanks to… Read More »

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Microsoft reportedly demystifies always-online Xbox rumors

Players won’t require constant internet connection to play games and watch movies on the new Xbox . This is according to an email that was reportedly sent to Microsoft employees working on the Xbox project. The internal email, if authentic, would confirm that the new Xbox is destined to have a Blu-ray player capable of… Read More »

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Motorola abused its position in patent dispute, says EU

Google-owned Motorola Mobility abused its dominant position in Germany’s mobile market when it filed a patent injunction against Apple.  This is according to EU anti-trust officials who released their preliminary antitrust review of the case on Monday. The patent injunction was for Motorola’s mobile phone standard-essential patents (SEPs). In a statement, the European Union said… Read More »

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