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New Apps Beneficial During Job Hunting

Searching for a job is difficult, but a range of smartphones and web apps can help narrow down job searches and even provide details on the competition. Job apps designed to customize employment searches Free apps such as SimplyHired, Indeed, and Monster for iPhone and [Read More]

Top Reasons for Car Crash

It could be one of your life-changing moments. Your one hand was on the steering wheel while the other was holding your phone against your ear. Then all of a sudden—CRASH! You might have survived the crash and even be one of those who can [Read More]

Scientists Uncover New Planet’s True Color

For the first time, scientists reveal the actual, visible color of a distant planet outside the local solar system. Planet HD 189733b, an exoplanet approximately 63 light years from earth, has a deep cobalt blue color based from observations using the Hubble Space Telescope. A [Read More]

Unlock Your BB Phone

Buying a brand new Blackberry phone means you are getting it in a “locked” condition. In other words, you cannot replace the SIM card that comes with it and use another one from rival carriers. In its “locked” condition, you do not have the ability [Read More]

Weak Job Growth Hurts U.S. Office Space Market

According to a report released by Reis Inc., a shortage in white-collar job growth is hurting the U.S. office space market in the second quarter, resulting in stagnant 17 percent vacancy rate. Low vacancy rate U.S. office space vacancy rates have been slowly experiencing difficulty [Read More]

Twitter Translates Egyptian Tweets

As political turmoil continues in Egypt, micro-blogging website Twitter introduces an auto-translate tool for some leading posters in the country. The Auto-translate feature This is part of a new service for non-Arabic speakers. As Egypt’s military expelled President Mohammed Morsi, non-Egyptians were able to read [Read More]

UK Data Watchdog Criticizes Google’s Privacy Policy

According to a UK data watchdog, Google could face enforcement action if it does not improve its privacy policies. The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) believes there are serious matters concerning Google’s compliance with the UK Data Protection Act. According to the ICO, the US search [Read More]

Watch Out for Google Glass

Free software updates and third-party applications make Glass more useful every day, and it’s not too soon for marketers to start paying attention to it. Glass makes it possible for entrepreneurs to literally put their services right in front of customers’ eyes. But it’s also [Read More]

Google Glass Now Bans Pornographic Content

Soon after the launch of the first pornographic application appeared for Google Glass, the American multinational corporation has changed its Glass Platform Developer policies, banning apps that contain sexually explicit content. Zero Tolerance The first paragraph of the content policies says that Google doesn’t allow [Read More]