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Sony Gets Rid of the Vaio

The Vaio notebook line used to be the caviar of notebooks and laptops. If you’re looking for a finely crafted piece of portable computing hardware, you only need to consider the Vaio. It truly was the envy of many laptop and portable computer users. Unfortunately, the notebook age is pretty much over. The new age […]

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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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PressFriendly Rolls Out Virtual PR Firm

One of the biggest hassles of a technology startup is getting the word out regarding your particular technology. Whether you have a mobile app, or you have an online game, or you have software or a new website, getting the word out there can be daunting. Why? There are millions of other companies such as […]

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Facebook’s look back video blows up

If you’re looking for a case study on how viral Facebook can be, you need not to look any further than the recent spread of the Facebook look back video. This is an app that you can use to make short videos of your existing photo album. On it’s face, it’s quite a low quality […]

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Flappy Bird to go Extinct

If you haven’t played the mobile game Flappy Bird, you’re missing out. It is one of the most frustrating games out there. You basically tap your touch screen to make a bird flap up to avoid a series of tubes. If those tubes look very similar to Super Mario Brothers, you are absolutely correct. And […]

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Microsoft has a New CEO, What does it mean?

Transitions usually make for uncomfortable times for large corporations. The larger the company, the more uncomfortable both industry observers and company insiders would get. Sure, the ultimate insiders like Bill Gates and Steve Balmer, they’re pretty much going out into the sunset. Their work is done. Their legacy is sealed, and they’re ready to move […]

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