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Noovo, is A Unique Startup That Builds Your Brand

by Ranjan Yadavon January 3, 2015
Noovo founded by A Ein, is a brand building startup campaigned on the crowdfunding portal, Indiegogo. Launched and started being active since, though not officially incorporated yet, the end of September, 2014, Noovo is a brand building company, providing consulting, research, design, and publishing services to brands internationally. Noovo defines brand image as the personality […]
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Steve Jobs’ First Programmed Apple 1 Sells For $365,000

by Rajesh Ksskon December 15, 2014
Steve Jobs is responsible for what Apple is today, with a worldwide market and making it a brand for technology. With his vision and creativity he has guided the company through thick and thin. Being a programmer himself Steve Jobs knew how far the extensibility of programming is. He has himself worked on first line […]


Amazon Introduced Its 4K Stream Service Today

by Rajesh Ksskon December 10, 2014
The modern age is all about getting the technology in all spheres of life to make ourselves comfortable. Introduction of technology to the television sets has been one of the best things in the past five years. This made people see the whole next level of tech on their TV sets. The new technology aspect […]

The Giant Duo LG And Google Pair Up In A 10 Years Deal

by Rajesh Ksskon November 7, 2014
LG and Google are the two majors in their respective industries. Mobile OS is the only platform where this companies meet each other. With then vision to strengthen their bond LG and Google have entered into an agreement which is a deal to enter into a “long-term patent cross-licensing agreement” covering both the existing and […]


Symantec May Split in Two, According to a Report

by Rajesh Ksskon October 10, 2014
Earlier this week HP has confirmed its split into two divisions for its own betterment. Following its lead the security firm Symantec has also might have made the decision to split. Reports for Bloomberg suggested that the security giant tech may split in two. The report cited unnamed people connected and with knowledge of the […]

Netflix 4K streaming is live

by Ryan Burgesson April 12, 2014
A couple of days ago Netflix launched their 4K streaming service in Netflix though they have said that it will only be available to newer 4K monitors. If you purchased a 4K TV before the start of this year you may be out of luck as your TV will probably lack the H.265/HEVC decoder needed […]


The Elder Scrolls Online subscription model criticised… Again

by Ryan Burgesson April 7, 2014
The Elder Scrolls Online (TESO) has had its subscription model questioned with the way Zenimax/Bethesda has gone about with their 30 day free trial. With most MMO’s you buy they usually give you a month or so of free play time in the game, TESO does the same thing but asks that you authorise your […]
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UK to start charging VAT on digital media

by Ryan Burgesson March 24, 2014
A lesser known titbit from Chancellor of the exchequer George Osborne’s latest budget is that from 2015 digital media will be subject to 20% VAT. So whilst the UK government seem keen to cut down on piracy the best thing they could think of was to… raise prices? I’m sorry but I honestly can’t believe […]

Gamefly introduces their new film rental service

by Ryan Burgesson March 4, 2014
Gamefly are introducing their film rental service alongside their game rentals next month. On April 4th Gamefly are set to send off DVD and Blu-Ray discs to subscribers with a 2 game or higher Gamefly subscription. Gamefly CEO Dave Hodess said: We’re viewing this as test based feedback we’ve received from subscribers who asked for […]

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2014 Online Invoice and Billing Review

by Chris Murphyon February 11, 2014
Thanks to the numerous advantages they offer, online billing and invoicing services are fast becoming extremely popular for small and mid-sized business owners. Not only do these services allow users to create invoices on the go, they also help save time and money. In addition, there is the whole ‘eco-friendly’ aspect of online billing and […]

Top 5 Features of Recruitment Software Solutions

by Anna Johnsonon December 11, 2013
  In the last few years, the recruitment software options available to companies have become increasingly varied. It can be tempting to simply choose a package which you think looks suitable. However, in the long term, it is far more beneficial to think carefully about which solution will suit your company best. The problem is that […]

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Doing eCommerce Websites The Right Way

by Matthew Lucason December 9, 2013
According to an article on Mashable, Forrester is expecting 2013 to have $262 billion in sales through online shopping with $370 billion in sales projected for 2017. These numbers are astronomical and are a key reason why many businesses are trying to get into online commerce. There are a number of reasons why eCommerce is […]
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How SEO Advantages Every Online Business

by Gizmoration September 9, 2013
Understanding the SEO advantages is important for any company hoping to increase business through a stronger online presence. SEO (search engine optimization) is crucial in driving a better and stronger targeted audience to the company blogging sites and websites. Search engine optimization is the only way to ensure that search engine queries will produce results […]

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An Accident is at the Heart of some Global Brands Success

by Gizmoration August 5, 2013
It is amazing to think that the success of some of the global brands, that have become household names, can thank an accident in the Victorian era for their success. Brands like Amazon, Ebay, and Etsy have shipped international parcels around the globe, they built their brand over the last decade or more on a […]
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Tim Cook’s Quickbooks: Apple Paid The U.S. Treasury $6 Billion

by Chris Murphyon July 7, 2013
Tim Cook’s statement before the Senate Permanent Subcommittee over Apple’s tax record can be boiled down to a few words. “We pay our taxes, you need to change the tax structure.” Through records that Apple has provided, they claim to have paid the U.S. Treasury $6 billion in cash at a 30.5 percent tax rate. […]


Verizon Gives Parent Companies $7 Billion

by Chris Murphyon June 23, 2013
Verizon Wireless announced today that it will distribute $7.0 billion to Verizon Communicatins and Vodafone Group Plc. VC owns 55 percent, and Vodafone owns 45 percent of the “partnership”. It is payable June 25, 2013. According to Seeking Alpha this a “stalemate” move, claiming, “In effect, Verizon is betting that Vodafone will be under more […]
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What You Need To Know About Your Business Marketing Plan

by Nick Adamson June 20, 2013
Every small business needs a marketing plan, but not just any plan will work. You must consider many aspects of the audience when building a small business marketing plan. Age, gender, education level, culture, and income directly influence the marketing material content. The customers’ location and environment play an important role as well. Here are […]

Kodak To Emerge From Bankruptcy A B2B

by Chris Murphyon May 2, 2013
Take a picture for posterity. Eastman Kodak has filed papers in U.S. Bankruptcy court for the Southern District of New York bankruptcy court under Chapter 11. They plan to emerge in June with a plan to become a B2B player in the commercial imaging sector. If the execution of their Chapter 11 works as planned, […]

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Enrich Your Web Business Arsenal with Right Programs & PC

by Nick Adamson April 8, 2013
You already know that you need computers, modems, printers, and other computer accessories, as well as a variety of apps, programs, and a business arsenal to run your online enterprise. The more important and pressing question is: what kind of equipment and programs do you need? See also 10 Top Job Skills to Look for While […]
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RoboteX Gets Over $2 Million in Funding from Peter Thiel

by Chris Murphyon March 24, 2013
RoboteX, a private security robots company, created in 2007 by Nathan Gettings in Palo Alto, California, is backed with $2.06 million by PayPal founder Peter Thiel, out of a funding round of $5 million. See also This Robot LEGO Band is Great: Watch and Listen This isn’t actually the first round of funding the company receives, RoboteX […]