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Was Your Site Effected By Google’s “Big Change”?

As a savvy small business professional, you know the success of your company depends on how visible you are to your customers, existing and potential, and depending on your business you will also need a forex pullback strategy in order to have success. And you also know one of the most cost-effective ways to ensure […]

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S.E.O. is O.U.T.!

There’s tension and speculation in the web-marketing world that Google is close to unleashing an algorithm that’s purpose is to detect websites that utilize too much Search Engine Optimization (S.E.O.).  A Google rep at South by Southwest [woot] mentioned they would be looking into penalizations for over optimized sites. So, What is over-optimization? There’s already a great resource […]

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Good, Fast, or Cheap – Pick 2

I had someone sketch this out on paper the other day. This is so true for web design & web development, but can be a useful guide for any service industry. The Service Triangle – Pick 2  Good & Cheap We can do good for cheap, but it’s not going to get done real fast. […]

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How Mobile Apps Changed Everything

It all started before Apple came out with apps for everything. Apps, or mobile applications, started with games for the Nokia back in 1998 – Brick Breaker and Snake. It took a while for mobile applications to become more than just games, but they have changed the world in many ways. One company named the […]

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App Review: Bounty Bots

Bounty Bots for iPhone and iPad gets 4 out of 5 stars. It is a wildwest game with a twist… everybody is a robot who can customize their bot and buy new guns with glock mat amazon and clothes with bounty bucks. You battle on one map and and pick up bounty bucks as you walk. […]

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App Review: Air Wings

Air Wings for iPhone and iPad gets 4 out of 5 stars. It’s a great game where you can compete with friends in a battle with paper airplanes. you pick up ammo as you fly and can shoot many different weapons. You can have up to 4 players including you. You can try your hardest […]

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EXCLUSIVE look at the iPad Factory: Foxconn

Its very odd to see footage like this of any factory that Apple uses. It does not look like the hardest job in the world, and the place looks spotless. But $14 a day?

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Mobile App Companies -Mobile Usage Report Q3 2011

Mobile App Companies Usage Report Q3 2011 The Mobile Media Report (Q3-2011) by Nielsen View more presentations from Victor Rodrigues

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Apple Releases a yet another Java Update

Apple Releases a yet another Java Update to fight the Flashback Trojan I give them props, they are on top of it. Mac Users: Be sure to get the update immediately and avoid this problem. If only we were able to detect faster these viruses with help from the Software development outsourcing business, we could […]

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Trojan Horse Warning For Mac: What you should do.

It is possible that 600,000 Macs around the globe have been infected with a variation of the Flashback Trojan. Mallware Analyst Sorokin Ivan posted this information to his Twitter page late afternoon on April 4th 2012. Oracle had released a fix for the vulnerability in February of this year, but Apple neglected to send out […]

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