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Social media plays a huge part in our lives. We share on Facebook, we show on Instagram, we find jobs/employees on LinkedIn, we watch on YouTube and we Tweet and Retweet without moderation. Want it or not, posts and notifications are the pulse of our daily routine.
Google is usually great at filling in the blanks -- but not always showing you what you need. Use these tricks to get even more accurate results..
We are pleased to inform you that with effect from 13 June 2016, our office has been relocated to new building..
TM and iflix today have announced their brand new partnership to enable TM's UniFi and Streamyx home customers to enjoy free iflix video on demand service for one year.
Li-Fi, a super-fast alternative to Wi-Fi, is finally moving from research labs to the real world after an Estonian startup implemented the technology within a commercial context..
You're a startup. You have a limited budget. You're an entrepreneur willing to do things yourself. And that's all very admirable. But if you're launching an eCommerce business and you're unwilling to invest in your website, then you're better off having never launched your business..
What Shazam does, it lets you record up to 15 seconds of the song you are hearing and then it will tell you everything you want to know about that song: the artist, the name of the song, the album, offer you links to YouTube, to buy the song on iTunes, you name it..
There's a lot to like about Chrome for Android, from the way it syncs your history and bookmarks over from the desktop to the incognito mode you can take advantage of to keep a lid on how much of your activity is being tracked. However, over time it can start to become sluggish..
Why do Android devices update to the latest version so much slower than their competitors? Why isn't your device running Lollipop yet?.
The idea that you should avoid turning your computer off at night is pretty popular: After all, frequent shutdowns and start ups are going to have an impact on the components and wear them out faster. Aren't they? On the other hand, you'd imagine having your computer running all the time is going to contribute to wear and tear as well, wouldn't you? So what's the deal? Should you turn it off or leave it on?.
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