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Taco Bell blacks out its internet presence during launch of new app

Taco Bell Corp. is launching a new mobile app that can be used to place an order and skip the line, but their announcement came in an unusual way: The company completely blacked out their online presence, including their website, … Continue reading ?

Why Taxing The Internet Is Stupid

In this life, two things are certain. Death and taxes. But, there’s a new proposed tax from Hungary that’s surprising everyone. Internet traffic could soon to be taxed, with the additional cost of a gigabyte to set Hungarian Internet users back 150 HUF (About €0.5, $0.61). Show More Summary

Why Redmi 1S Mobile Phones Get Sold Out in Minutes!

Why did 400,000 people register to buy 150,000 Xiaomi Redmi 1S phone last week, a phone which they have never seen at any mobile store, never held in their hands and... Read more Read full original article at Why Redmi 1S Mobile Phones Get Sold Out in Minutes! ©2014 QuickOnlineTips. All Rights Reserved.

20 years later, platforms are still Chinese households

On October 29, 1994 I wrote an emotional piece about being a developer for Apple. I had just read an Amy Tan novel about life in China many years ago, and found a lot in common with the life of Mac developers in 1994. Developers cook the meals, care for the babies, and don't ask for much in return. Show More Summary

IBM takes its hybrid cloud to a new level with more interoperability, data services

IBM rolled out a string of new products at its Insight 2014 conference in Las Vegas intended to help organizations make more out of their data wherever it resides, be it on its infrastructure-as-a-service platform or behind the corporate firewall. Laying … Continue reading ?

10 Useful OS X Yosemite Features You Might Have Missed

Ever since OS X Yosemite came out, everyone has been looking to see if they can find all of the hidden features not so widely reported by Timmy up on his stage.  So I decided to go a-hunting and see what I could find. After much hunting, here are the that I personally found useful, in no particular order. Show More Summary

Suicide watch for your Twitter friends with Samaritan Radar

U.K.-based charity Samaritans launched a new web app called Samaritans Radar that notifies users if their friends have made any worrying tweets that could indicate depression or a risk of suicide. The app is free to use, and once activated will scan … Continue reading ?

CBS may be grasping at straws with 'CSI: Cyber'

CBS thinks it can keep milking the 'CSI' franchise, but 'Cyber' may be the limit.

A wearable wants to measure sexual performance for science

This wearable will tell you if you're a Marathon Man or a Quick Draw McGraw, and for something better than bragging rights.

10 Spreadsheet Templates To Organize Your Home

A happy home is an organized one. Do you struggle to keep on top of the cleaning, the shopping or your budget? Are you constantly forgetting to service your car, and do your kids know who to contact if there’s an accident? If the answer to those questions is ‘no’, you might find these spreadsheets from Vertex42 to be quite the ticket. Show More Summary

We met a lady giving away her DNA for free on Craigslist

A man in a fedora keeps twisting a bloody Band-Aid on his finger. “This seems very artistic,” he tells her.

Cognizant exec says all evidence shows enterprises are ready for Hadoop | #BigDataNYC

The enterprise has passed the “science experiment” phase in its journey to adopt Hadoop, and it’s now entering a time when the real value of unstructured data can start coming to bear, according to Gustavo De Leon of Cognizant Technology … Continue reading ?

Office 16 due for release in second half of 2015

At a recent Tech Ed Europe conference held in Barcelona Julia White, GM of Office and Office 365, revealed that Microsoft Corp.’s Office 16 will be launched a little behind the previously planned date of Spring next year. It’s now … Continue reading ?

We ate the weirdest things you can make with Taco Bell's app

We put Taco Bell's app through its paces. It was more than up for the challenge.

10 SEO Myths Reviewed by @DuaneForrester

Myths in SEO run almost as deep as they do in Lock Ness and Area 51. Let’s have some fun and look at 10 of them today. By no means a definitely list, these still pop up. I Need to Rank #1 Yes, it’s nice to rank on top, but you know that actual rankings fluctuate on a daily basis. Show More Summary

Tricks & Treats for Halloween sales!

21 hours agoTechnology / Internet : ShoeMoney

Trick or treat… Treat! Offer your customers a discount or other special offer via email this month. You can do this even if you can’t find a way to connect Halloween to your business. Here are some tips for how: Word play: Can’t go wrong with word play. In the subject line or body of...     Read More ->

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