There has been plenty of back and forth regarding display size and other design elements that we can expect to see in Apple’s upcoming iPhone 6. While nothing is set in stone until Apple makes its highly anticipated announcements, obviously, several sources that have been reliable in the past ...
January 23, 2014David McGuigan
Yahoo™, again, is the No. 1 search engine of choice among American desktop users. Yahoo™ surpassed search engine giant and longtime leader Google™ in Web traffic in July and maintained that lead throughout the remainder of 2013, according to a new ComScore™ report. The ComScore’s most recent stats revealed Yahoo had ...
January 22, 2014David McGuigan
So I am sure you are wondering – why would we put a discussion on our news section about a major web development competitor? Well the answer is simple… Giving them the benefit of the doubt is equal and fair play when a business is out there searching for ...
January 17, 2014David McGuigan
Intel is now bringing human-like senses to its devices so, in the future, computers, Smartphones, tablets and other devices will be able to understand their users and deliver a ‘Real Sense’ to the viewers. The company has a new family of hardware and software products in the works that will ...
January 14, 2014David McGuigan
Although Amazon claims that one day, in the future, unmanned delivery drones will be “as normal as mail trucks,” one high-profile CEO isn’t really buying into it yet. eBay CEO John Donahoe is skeptical, and thinks that delivery drones are a “long-term fantasy.” In an interview with Bloomberg TV, Donahoe ...
January 13, 2014David McGuigan
Duplicate content has been an issue in search engine optimization for many years now, yet there is still a lot of confusion around what you can and can’t do with it, in terms of staying on Google’s good side. In fact, even in 2013, Googles’ head of webspam Matt Cutts ...
January 10, 2014David McGuigan
Microsoft, once again, is battling crime with the big boys. The software giant has successfully disrupted a botnet —with the help of the FBI, Europol and A10 Networks Inc — that has infected more than two million computers and was pilfering $2.7 million from online advertisers each month. The Sirefef botnet, ...
January 9, 2014David McGuigan
We have these moments in life in which we don’t realize at what point we stopped being someone to become another person. For instance, we can’t mark in a calendar the day we became adults leaving behind our teen life. It’s something that happens without alerting us about it. ...
January 8, 2014David McGuigan
PayPal announced the launch of its new Digital Gifts store, which is a destination where people can purchase digital gift cards from a variety of merchants. For now, there are only iTunes gift cards from Apple, but PayPal says it will be adding more soon. “Gift ...
January 7, 2014David McGuigan
Google users can now back up or export their data from Gmail or Google Calendar, the search engine giant has announced. With the new functionality, users can now search and find e-mails and calendar events from years past. “Having access to your data and being able to take it with you ...
January 6, 2014David McGuigan