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4 Travel Bloggers Misconceptions

I have to laugh. Even though I am a blogging tips blogger I also travel blog. Look up; that’s me in Fiji with an office assistant, from a few years ago. Weird, colorful and humorous misconceptions seem to be associated with the travel blogging niche. Show More Summary

[Sponsor] Go Paperless With Doxie — Up to $90 Off, Now Through Monday

Doxie mobile scanners are the reliable, intuitive, high-quality scanners that connect your physical paper to your digital world. Gone are the days of crummy, complex, computer-driven scanners. Thanks to a small footprint, rechargeable battery, and expansive memory, Doxie fits your life — take Doxie with you and scan anywhere, no computer required. Show More Summary

Twitter Bookmarks Let You Save Tweets for Later

Twitter is actively testing a new feature that will let you save tweets for later. In a fit of creative genius Twitter has called this feature “Bookmarks”, but regardless of how unoriginal it is, this could be a useful tool for Twitter users. Show More Summary

Amazon Echo Buttons Let You Host Quiz Nights

You can now buy a new accessory for your Amazon Echo, and this one is destined to add an element of fun to any family get-together. Called simply Amazon Echo Buttons, these simple little gadgets allow up to four people to compete against each other using the power of Alexa. Show More Summary

10 Family-Friendly Podcasts to Listen to With Your Kids

Podcasts are great for giving you the scoop on almost anything. The problem is, not all podcasts are appropriate for listening to with your family. Like these true crime podcasts, for example. Which is where we come in. Using this list as a guide, you can turn podcast listening into an activity for all ages. Show More Summary

How to Save Battery Life on Android for Beginners

Battery life is the bane of everyone smartphone owner’s existence. Despite the amazing advances in technology in the last 20 years, battery life just hasn’t been able to keep up. Even the beefiest Android phones can only make it two days on a charge, but most barely make it one day. Show More Summary

Explore bitcoin now in virtual reality with Blockchain 3D Explorer

British developer Kevin Small has built a way for bitcoin users to visualize how the network functions using virtual reality with the Blockchain 3D Explorer. Small said that he plans to show off the in-development product at the London Blockchain Summit 2017 Nov. Show More Summary

Here’s what to expect at Amazon Web Services’ big re:Invent conference next week

In between meeting with customers, crowdchatting with our communities and hosting theCUBE, the research team at Wikibon, owned by the same company as SiliconANGLE, finds time to meet and discuss trends and topics regarding digital business transformation and technology markets. Show More Summary

How big data made the ‘Paradise Papers’ revelations real

When more than 13 million secret documents detailing the offshore activities of some of the world’s most prominent people and organizations fall into a journalist’s lap, it presents an exciting dilemma. The data is potentially explosive,...Show More Summary

Using API Science to Monitor The Pulse of Your Own APIs and the Ones You Call

Today in our API Testing Series we'll take a look the tool API Science. This tool is different from the others you've seen so far in this series. Rather than being a tool for technical staff to use to interact with an API directly by sending POSTs or PUTs, API Science allows them to observe. Show More Summary

Google DeepMind announces new research partnership to fight breast cancer with AI

When it is not playing videos games or conquering the world of Go, DeepMind Technologies Ltd. puts many of its machine learning resources toward improving healthcare, and today the Alphabet Inc.-owned company announced a new research partnership to fight breast cancer using artificial intelligence. Show More Summary

Supreme Court Will Decide if ISP Can Charge Money to Expose Pirates

US-based movie company Voltage Pictures is using a reverse class action in Canada, hoping to obtain settlements from alleged pirates. The case requires Internet provider Rogers to expose many alleged pirates, but the ISP wants $100 per hour to make this happen. Show More Summary

Which of My Competitor's Keywords Should (& Shouldn't ) I Target? - Whiteboard Friday

2 hours agoInternet / SEO : SEOmoz Blog

Posted by randfish You don't want to try to rank for every one of your competitors' keywords. Like most things with SEO, it's important to be strategic and intentional with your decisions. In today's Whiteboard Friday, Rand shares his...Show More Summary

Thanksgiving sets record for online sales - CNET

2 hours agoTechnology / Internet : Webware

Turkey Day steals some of Black Friday's thunder with web sales in the US up 18 percent from last year.

SNES Classic on sale at Best Buy for brave Saturday shoppers - CNET

2 hours agoTechnology / Internet : Webware

Yes, you can actually buy Nintendo's retro console, but you'll have to get out of your PJs and fight door-buster crowds.

Searching for Amazon? Fake Google ad sends users to scam site - CNET

2 hours agoTechnology / Internet : Webware

For at least part of Thursday, Google users searching for "Amazon" were shown a phony ad that redirected to a scam website.

CNET UK podcast 532: Tesla's bonkers new ride and UK's commitment to tech - CNET

2 hours agoTechnology / Internet : Webware

Andrew Hoyle and Drew Stearne discuss the frighteningly fast Tesla Roadster and all the money to be spent on tech from the UK Autumn budget.

The best Black Friday doors-opening footage you'll see today - CNET

2 hours agoTechnology / Internet : Webware

Commentary: In a UK electronics store, they were ready for the rush. What happened was quite something.

The 39 best Black Friday 2017 deals we've found so far - CNET

8 hours agoTechnology / Internet : Webware

Black Friday has arrived. Here are the best deals we've found.

A Quick Introduction to Java 8 Lambdas

If you’re a Java programmer and you’re interested in learning more about Java 8 lambdas, in this article we’re going to take a closer look at lambda syntax and usage. A lambda expression in Java is a concise way to express a method of a class in an expression. Show More Summary

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