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Google Street View on Christmas Island

Google Street View on Christmas Island

| December 8, 2017

From herds of elephants in Kenya to penguins in Antarctica and frogs in the Amazon, the Street View Trekker has met some charming characters on its journeys around the world. This week, Street View is venturing to Christmas Island, a remote Australian territory in the Indian Ocean, to join more than 45 million local residents […]

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How to do email marketing

How to do email marketing

| November 30, 2017

Email marketers know how difficult it is to not only get the attention of readers, but also keep it. You’d probably assume this task is only becoming more difficult, especially since reaching customers’ inboxes in the first place can be extremely difficult without using an email verification service. As mobile technology has overwhelmed us with […]

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PureFlix.com debuts new original series

PureFlix.com debuts new original series

| November 10, 2017

PureFlix.com, the leader in faith and family streaming video, is debuting this Friday “Hilton Head Island”, a 22-episode “hope opera” which chronicles the lives of a family in the high-powered world of network television. The original, half-hour drama — created in the tradition of “All My Children”, “General Hospital” and “Falcon Crest”– is available exclusively […]

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New Bible breaks with plain text tradition

New Bible breaks with plain text tradition

| November 2, 2017

After over 3,000 years of being presented in plain text, the Bible is getting a much-needed makeover. While all other print products have moved to graphical presentations, the Bible has remained frozen in time. Now, for the first time, people can see what the Bible would look like if Moses, Joshua, Paul and the other […]

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New USB docking station: the Q-HUB

New USB docking station: the Q-HUB

| October 28, 2017

PowerTrend-SOTA announces the launch of its new Q-HUB USB Type-C portable docking station to the market, alleviating the inconvenience and confusion surrounding the USB Type-C interface. The Q-HUB allows PC and Mac users to connect, charge, and transfer data from up to 3 of their USB peripherals that use Type-A and Type-C connectors and simultaneously […]

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European VAT refund for US companies

European VAT refund for US companies

| October 20, 2017

Companies doing business in the USA are entitled to a VAT refund by recovering European Sales Tax or VAT (Value Added Tax), as it is more commonly known in Europe and the UK. This European VAT Tax can account for as much as 25 percent of the cost of doing business in Europe. Some examples […]

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eBay – creating opportunity for all

eBay – creating opportunity for all

| October 7, 2017

To compete outside the local market and remain competitive, Mario Calabrese expanded his local family’s footwear business on eBay to reach a global audience. Today, we take for granted how easy and seamless it has become to conduct business with one another and trade online. We order food on a mobile app from almost any […]

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The best iTunes transfer alternative for Mac

The best iTunes transfer alternative for Mac

| September 15, 2017

The Apple iTunes software has some problems, and now of the biggest problem is transferring pictures, mp3 and video between your iPhone and MacBook or iMac. If iTunes says it cannot import or export your stuff from your iPhone og iPad to your Mac, it is just not possible to do it. Unless you use […]

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Top 15 AR trends

Top 15 AR trends

| September 8, 2017

Is augmented reality (AR) really a thing? It actually looks like it is. All the big names are lining up behind augmented reality so the AR hype is actually looking really exciting. And augmented reality is actually no longer science-fiction anymore, by the way. The popular AR gaming app Pokemon Go! didn’t just prove that […]

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Cloud browser protects privacy

Cloud browser protects privacy

| September 8, 2017

Cocoon is a cloud browser that protects users from being hacked, tracked, and attacked by keeping viruses, malware, ransomware, and hackers from penetrating a computer hard drive. And Cocoon is free. Cocoon connects to secure servers to provide advanced isolation virus protection, this prevents anyone from touching a computer’s hard drive, even on public Wi-Fi […]

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Pollen forecasts on Google

Pollen forecasts on Google

| August 16, 2017

As the last days of summer are closing in, some are bracing themselves for the fall allergy season that’s right around the corner. In fact, one in five Americans suffer from some kind of seasonal allergy. Google is reporting on search interest for allergies spikes each year in April and May and then again in […]

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Motorcycle marketplace – revolutionized?

Motorcycle marketplace – revolutionized?

| August 7, 2017

Well, all kinds of new companies, products, websites or apps claims to revolutionize something. But one motorcycle website and app seems to be be the real thing. RumbleOn is the culmination of tech and consumer-driven solutions within the motorcycle marketplace. Headquartered in North Carolina, RumbleOn has been working hard to launch their revolutionary ideas and […]

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Adobe to connect AI and voice?

Adobe to connect AI and voice?

| July 20, 2017

Voice-enabled devices and digital assistants allow consumers to engage through one of the most natural forms of communication, your voice. With a new generation of products driving innovation and consumer appetite, the latest Adobe Analytics data shows that online sales of voice-enabled devices grew 39 percent year-over-year. In the same way mobile devices fundamentally changed […]

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How to do iPad document management

How to do iPad document management

| July 11, 2017

If you ever worked in an environment that has a lot of filing and documentation to handle, you might have noticed how quickly everything gets messy and ill organized. Leaving files and papers to hang around can lead to the snowball effect, and you could quickly find yourself neck deep in paperwork for God knows […]

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Facebook News Feed improving

Facebook News Feed improving

| July 4, 2017

Facebook has just topped 2 billion users. And with that many users many has been subjected to low quality updates in their news feed. Facebook has been working hard to improve people’s experience in News Feed by showing more stories that Facebook think people will find informative and entertaining. Research done by Facebook shows that […]

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Free online Gmail support

Free online Gmail support

| June 25, 2017

Gmail users are 36 times more likely to be scammed if they have contacts whose accounts have been hacked. However, this is extremely rare. In fact, on an average day, only nine out of one million accounts are stolen. Unfortunately, if a person is a victim to this, they may lose personal information including banking […]

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Disney dominates social media

Disney dominates social media

| June 21, 2017

Shareablee, the leader in social media measurement has released the U.S. Media 100 Index monthly ranking for May 2017. The Walt Disney Company maintains its #1 position with 327.6 million consumer interactions, making up 10.5% of total engagement within the media industry in the U.S. TWDC also saw 33% growth in content shares and 22% […]

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Girl Scouts for cybersecurity

Girl Scouts for cybersecurity

| June 13, 2017

Palo Alto Networks, an online security company, and Girl Scouts of the USA has announced that they will join forces to deliver the first-ever national Girl Scout Cybersecurity badges for girls in grades K–12. Girl Scout badges are insignia Girl Scouts earn and display on their uniforms to demonstrate their mastery of a given topic. […]

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Dark Web Notebook now available

Dark Web Notebook now available

| June 6, 2017

Arnold Information Technology has published the Dark Web Notebook: Investigative Tools and Tactics for Law Enforcement, Security, and Intelligence Organizations. The 250-page book provides an investigator with instructions and tips for the safe use of the Dark Web. The Dark Web Notebook was inspired by attendees at Arnold’s Dark Web training sessions, lectures, and webinars. […]

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Great Google apps alternatives

Great Google apps alternatives

| May 19, 2017

In this day and age, Google has become the dominant force on the market maybe even more than ever before. Even though there are companies trying to offer alternatives, there isn’t really much to offer when going against Google, or at least competing in the same league. However, if you take the time to really […]

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