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Why Twitter Needs to Constantly Change to Create a Positive User Experience (Watch)

Twitter Takes Steps To Subdue Online Trolls Dog Food Recalled Due To Possible Euthanasia Drug Contamination Watch Hydras Regrow Their Entire Bodies Vizio Had Smart TVs Spy On Their Owners To Sell The Data With all the 140-character sentiments being shared online these days, there are bound to be a few that cross over the line and become hateful or ... Read More »

Judy Chan of Urban Airship: 82 Percent of Millennials More Likely to Use a Loyalty Card on Their Mobile Device

Urban Airship, a mobile SaaS company, recently surveyed 2,000 consumers on how their attitudes and usage of mobile wallet technology, like Apple Wallet and Google Wallet have changed.  The findings point to a rapid shift in mobile consumer behavior, including: More than half of those surveyed (54 percent) had already used a mobile wallet pass in one form or another. ... Read More »

Uh Oh, Apple iOS 9 May Be a Mobile Ad Killer

At its early-June Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple revealed, among other things, that the newest version of its iOS 9 operating systems will roll out this fall, free of charge. What Apple didn’t discuss, however, is the fact that its new iOS 9 mobile operating system, used in the company’s popular iPhone, may ultimately prove to be quite costly to small ... Read More »

The Microprocessor: A Computer Revolution

A microprocessor is a small silicon chip — rectangular in shape — and usually one square inch. It is made up thousands of transistors that are inter-connected with one another by electronic means. Microprocessors are embedded on motherboards. The function of a microprocessor is to control the arithmetic and logical operations of the Central Processing Unit (CPU). It has two parts: ... Read More »

The 3 Line Menu Icon: What is a Hamburger Menu?

What if I told you that websites and smartphones had hamburgers in them? You would probably think that I have totally lost it after coming off my meds. But it’s absolutely true, I kid you not. When you open an app on your smartphone or some websites today, you could be looking at a hamburger — a hamburger menu icon, ... Read More »

Turn Your Smartphone or Tablet Into a Laptop with NexDoc

Small is beautiful, especially when your business operates on a tight budget or when you need to be constantly on the move. Nex Computer’s new 14-inch monitor with a built-in battery and Bluetooth keyboard transforms smartphones, tablets, mini PCs and more into a laptop addressing small businesses’ need for smaller and smarter innovation. It’s called NexDock and it comes at ... Read More »

How to Know When to Choose a Tablet Versus a Laptop

You may have thought about whether you can get by with a tablet instead of a laptop in your business. While in some cases, a tablet may absolutely be the right choice, in other cases, it might not fit the bill. When it comes to deciding between a tablet and laptop for your primary business device, it really depends on ... Read More »

This Podium Works like a Touch Screen Computer

Imagine showcasing your product demo on a drafting table that works like your iPad. Imagine hooking a projector to this table for large screen presentations on the nearest wall. Now imagine all you need is your laptop to bring these features, and many more, to life. Creators of the IKKUT touch screen podium have been working to make all of ... Read More »

Sensible Tech: Android Apps and Gadgets for a Smarter Smartphone

If you have just got your first Android smartphone, you have entered a wonderland of apps and gadgets. Some of these will drive you crazy, but others will become indispensable for your lifestyle. Google provides a number of excellent apps as standard with the Android system, but soon you might find yourself wanting something a bit more stylish. Take a ... Read More »

How to Use Facebook Messenger Without a Facebook Account

How to Use Facebook Messenger Without a Facebook Account HIGHLIGHTS You can chat via FB after deactivating account Messenger continues to work If you’ve never signed up for Facebook, you can still use Messenger Facebook feeds can often lead to an information overload. There are times when you may feel like you’ve had enough of posts on Facebook but you ... Read More »