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Early Impressions: Elder Scrolls Online

If you’re looking for an alternative to World of Warcraft, one of the most exciting and heavily anticipated MMORPG titles coming down the pike is going to hit the stores in April 2014. I am of course talking about the Elder Scrolls Online. The Elder Scrolls is not as well-known as World of Warcraft, the […]

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HTC and Nokia To Bury the Patent Hatchet

You don’t have to be a constant reader of this blog to know that tech companies, especially hardware companies, go to court frequently over patent disputes. The way the patent system is set up currently, it’s very easy to step on somebody’s intellectual property toast. In fact, it’s almost inevitable. You can even come up […]

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Facebook is Not Going to Die after All

As we’ve previously reported in the previous week, a research team at Princeton university released a very interesting study. Using statistical methods that borrow from how disease epidemics are spread, the Princeton researchers said that Facebook would be essentially dead by the year 2017. Of course, Facebook’s fans were just shocked by its conclusion. A […]

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Uber Ramps Up its Gain by Rolling out Asian Pacific Strategy

Ride-sharing service Uber is moving to the Asian-pacific market and is doing it in typical over grand fashion. The company is set to rule out in the following markets Tokyo, Taipei, Sydney, Singapore, Shenzhen, Shanghai, Seoul, New Delhi, Melbourn, Manila, Kuala Lumpur, Hyderabad, Guangzhou, and Bangalore. We are not talking about a soft launch here […]

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The Rise of Native Advertising

For the longest time, online advertising has been built on a disruption model. The disruption model is very easy to explain. You are reading a web page, and you are enjoying the content, and then you see an ad that is designed in a way to catch your eye. In other words, the ad is […]

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StopIt Mobile App Seaks to End Online Bullying

If you had people try to bully you online by posting garbage about you or people on Facebook giving you a hard time, you may have a new and powerful mobile weapon called StopIt. This app helps parents, schools, and students put an end to one of the oldest forms of child abuse in existence. […]

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Social Media in a Nation of Serial Switchers

If you thought people had short attention spans regarding your website, you haven’t seen anything yet. That same shortness of attention and fickleness extends to how people spend their money on-line. Modern on-line consumers easily jump from one brand to another. Online customers are very very hard to satisfy if you’re going to judge satisfaction […]

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SEOs Backtrack from Comment Spamming

One of the oldest and easiest ways to rank on Google was to just hit blogs that are related to your niche. You just put up a link in the form of your name, you use your keyword as your name and link it to the target webpage. This was very effective if the blog […]

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