The Ultimate Google Adsense course for entrepreneurs

The Ultimate Google Adsense course for entrepreneurs

LEARN HOW TO MAKE AT LEAST $10 000 PER MONTH through Google Adsense by becoming a specialist editor, community editor or trend writer. Learn proven shortcuts to distinction by avoiding all the traps that will waste your time and slow you down. Start your own online business within a popular community with NO CAPITAL required [...]

November 30th, 2014 by SiteTrail

Creative Process Is An Important Aspect Of Web Designing Which Needs Attention

Creative Process Is An Important Aspect Of Web Designing Which Needs Attention

It is important to optimize creative process when you engage in web designing. Designing an impressive website is a challenging task. The designing stage is one of the most important stages in web designing. It involves giving shape to all the information which you have acquired. You can begin with a pencil in hand browsing [...]

March 21st, 2014 by Charlie Brown

Steve Ballmer leaving Microsoft within 12 months: what has been his impact on the company

Steve Ballmer leaving Microsoft within 12 months: what has been his impact on the company

Steve Ballmer joined Bill Gates at Microsoft 33 year ago. He did play a significant role in getting the company on the list of giants in the tech world.. This past Friday, he surprised the tech industry with his announcement that he was going to retire within 12 months as the company looks for a [...]

August 24th, 2013 by Loic Cobbina

What is the sharing economy and how it can benefit you

What is the sharing economy and how it can benefit you

Have you heard of the sharing economy? As new technologies get us more and more connected, new opportunities emerge allowing people to offer services at a much more affordable price and in some cases free. A new form of economy is growing online allowing participants to get certain incentives for by simply providing certain services. [...]

August 22nd, 2013 by Loic Cobbina

Google lawyer argues: Gmail users should not expect privacy

Google lawyer argues: Gmail users should not expect privacy

A lawyer representing Google responded to a class action suit by arguing that Gmail users and even those sending emails to Gmail users should not expect privacy. The advocacy group that uncovered the filing, Consumer Watchdog, went ahead to point out that Google is either lying to the court or the public considering the fact [...]

August 16th, 2013 by Loic Cobbina

Encrypted email service to be launched by Kim Dotcom’s new website

Encrypted email service to be launched by Kim Dotcom’s new website

The new website offered by Kim Dotcom, Mega.co.nz, which was launched on the 13th January of this year, is not just designed to replace Megaupload. Aside from offering users a safe place to host their files, it is also going to be offering an encrypted email service in the future. It has been reported that [...]

August 13th, 2013 by Loic Cobbina

Edward Snowden’s email provider has shut down: Did the government had a hand in this?

Edward Snowden’s email provider has shut down: Did the government had a hand in this?

Yesterday, 2 encrypted email services decided to close down their business due to issues that had to do with the NSA surveillance program. The security agency  did make some request that the companies could not honor. Lavabit, one of the encrypted email service provider, is reportedly the service that the whistleblower Edward Snowden relied on [...]

August 10th, 2013 by Loic Cobbina

Ubuntu Edge: a super smartphone may soon become a reality

Ubuntu Edge: a super smartphone may soon become a reality

When it comes to cutting edge latest phones, most people would think of either an iPhone or an Android handset. But there is a 3rd contender trying to join in the race. That contender may completely change the way we see smartphones if it gets into the market. That contender is called the Ubuntu Edge. [...]

August 3rd, 2013 by Loic Cobbina

You can now stream content from your Android device to your TV with Google Chromecast

You can now stream content from your Android device to your TV with Google Chromecast

Just this Wednesday Google revealed to the world its latest product, the Chromecast. It is a thumbdrive size device that users can rely on to transmit content showing on your Android device to their television. This little hardware is also able to stream content from the chrome browser on the computer to the TV. Unlike [...]

July 27th, 2013 by Loic Cobbina

Examples of how extreme Apple can be when it comes to secrecy

Examples of how extreme Apple can be when it comes to secrecy

Apple is known as one of the most secretive company in the tech industry. Whenever the company is working on a new project it make sure everything is kept secret before the launch. This is accomplished by monitoring closely everything that happens in the work space. Developers are required to chain every product they are [...]

July 22nd, 2013 by Loic Cobbina

The reason why Microsoft Surface RT turned out to be another failure

The reason why Microsoft Surface RT turned out to be another failure

This last Thursday, Microsoft announced its Q4 2013 earnings. There came the shocking news that the company was taking $900 million charge with respect to its Surface RT. Some few days ago, Microsoft had already cut the prices of the RT by $150. It is a fact that the tech company has been struggling to [...]

July 20th, 2013 by Loic Cobbina

13 of the Biggest Projects In Kickstarter History

13 of the Biggest Projects In Kickstarter History

Every since Kickstarter was launched in 2009, many startups have had their dream come true. The crowdfunding site gave young entrepreneurs a true potential to take off without having to rely on venture capitalists. This explains why a lot of startups are flooding the platform today. It didn’t take long for projects to get enough [...]

July 19th, 2013 by Loic Cobbina

Gambitious: A crowdfunding site strictly for gamers

Gambitious: A crowdfunding site strictly for gamers

You probably know about Kickstarter but chances are you don’t know yet about Gambitious. Gambitious is just like kickstarter, except that this time it focuses only on video games. If you are a gamer, this is the website where you should donate to help indie developers get their projects to fruition. Even though Gambitious is [...]

July 16th, 2013 by Loic Cobbina

Is Microsoft now following Apple’s foot steps?

Is Microsoft now following Apple’s foot steps?

There have been reports that Steve Ballmer, the current CEO of Microsoft, is about to announce his new plans to reorganize the company to strengthen its position in this globalized market where Apple and Google have turned out to become big players too. Even though he has not yet specified what the reorganization is all [...]

July 10th, 2013 by Loic Cobbina

Everything you need to know about Windows 8.1

Everything you need to know about Windows 8.1

After less than a year of its release, Microsoft is now moving to its first major upgrade of Window 8. The upgrade has been tagged Windows 8.1 coming with improvements, do-overs and new features. The previous reference name to this product was “Windows Blue” before been renamed Windows 8.1. The main purpose of this major [...]

May 31st, 2013 by Loic Cobbina

Why Google and Facebook are fighting over Waze?

Why Google and Facebook are fighting over Waze?

Last week rumors went around about Waze that might be acquired for $1 billion. Two online giants, namely Facebook and Google have been reported to be willing to put that much on the table to take hold of the social navigation app. Before that, earlier this year, Apple developed an interest in the same app [...]

May 27th, 2013 by Loic Cobbina

What really stands out about the new Xbox one?

What really stands out about the new Xbox one?

The next generation of Xbox has been revealed by Microsoft this month. It is called the Xbox One. You might ask yourself what else would a hardcore game bring to the market that is not yet there. Well check out what the Xbox One really has to offer. The console has been completely redesigned. It [...]

May 25th, 2013 by Loic Cobbina

Did Kim DotCom really invent the two-factor authentication?

Did Kim DotCom really invent the two-factor authentication?

Kim will never stop to surprise us. Now that Twitter has also rolled out the Two-Factor authentication, he comes out of nowhere to claim that he was the one that invented the entire process. Interestingly enough, he does have a patent to support his claim. Twitter may have come up with a new strategy to [...]

May 23rd, 2013 by Loic Cobbina

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