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Is Technology Changing the Face of Marketing?

Over the past two weeks, three major developments have made it to the global news – the US elections, demonetisation in India and the slimming down of Toblerone chocolate bars! There are experts on every street corner talking about Donald Trump’s antics, the impact of...
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Ooma Phone Review

It’s Cheap But Does It Really Work Well? Many people are skeptical at the notion of ultra-cheap home phone service, thinking it surely must be low quality or a potential scam if it is priced so cheaply. This is exactly what the traditional landline phone...
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Carbonite for Office Review

When dealing with computer hardware and software there is always the risk of failure. Backing up your data is one of the most important things you can do to protect yourself from data loss. If you’re a business and need data lost protection for business...
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How Credits Unions Benefit from Electronic Board Books

Every director on a credit union’s board has dealt with the three-pound tomes that get distributed before every meeting, and just about every one of them has wished there was a better way. The couriered packages and binders are a cumbersome and inefficient way to...
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DIRECTV VS DISH

The question I always get email is do I go DirectTV or Dish. Lets compare the 2 side by side using the respected $19.99 a month plan offered by both companies. Satellite Company DIRECTV DISH Plan Select plan 130+ channels Popular Channels Included 1 year...
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Ubuntu Founder loses fight to cancel $20m bank fee

  Mark Shuttleworth has lost his long-running fight to reverse a US$20m (£12.8m) bank charge levied after he transferred a fortune out of South Africa. In 2001, Shuttleworth, the founder of Ubuntu Linux maker Canonical, emigrated from his home nation of South Africa to the...
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Open Source Hardware Pioneers Interviews New MakerBot CEO

  Open source hardware pioneer and founder of Adafruit Limor “Ladyada” Fried sat down and interviewed the new CEO of MakerBot, Jonathan Jaglom. She asked some really tough questions had some suggestions for them, too, if they’re going to turn things around. Discussed: Is there...
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Free SSL/TLS Certificate Project Let’s Encrypt

  Let’s Encrypt, a project aimed at increasing the use of encryption across websites by issuing free digital certificates, is planning to issue the first ones next month. Digital certificates are used to encrypt data traffic between a computer and a server using SSL/TLS (Secure Sockets...
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Etsy Bans Witchcraft Items

Etsy, the online marketplace for buying and selling all things quirky and handmade, is also home to a vibrant witch community. Those witches are fuming over Etsy’s new policy of rigorously enforcing its existing ban on sales of “metaphysical services,” which is to say spells and...
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