Foursquare for Business App Launched

by Eric Brownon January 29, 2013
Foursquare, the location based social network co-funded in 2007 by Naveen Selvadurai and Dennis Crowley, announced Tuesday the launch of a dedicated mobile application for small business owners, Foursquare for Business app, that allows managers to post local updates, view recent check-ins to their establishment, view recent visitors and their tips, share Foursquare updates on both […]
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BlackBerry 10: What You Need To Know

by Anna Johnsonon January 24, 2013
RIM, which stands for Research In Motion, is preparing for the launch of its first BlackBerry 10 plaform. The company has unveil the new management software, BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10, based on a Unix-like platform called QNX (now available for download), that will help its customers keep a handle on their BlackBerry 10 smartphones. On January 30 […]


Cheap Offices and Tech Mean Startups Need Less Funding [Infographic]

by Eric Brownon December 29, 2012
Entrepreneurs: This is the time to disrupt a market. Those holding out for a better market conditions are bypassing the opportunity of a lifetime. Every start-up founder uses free or inexpensive online resources to get his or her company launched. “Start ups don’t need to buy anything,” said Steve Fuchs, the co-founder of Divorcenet.com. “They […]

Google Buying BufferBox Means Never Waiting For The Delivery Man Again

by Eric Brownon December 1, 2012
Google has agreed to acquire Canadian start-up BufferBox, which manages self-service parcel lockers to help consumers avoid missed deliveries, the companies said. BufferBox is a nifty solution for people who receive a lot of important packages but who aren’t always at home to sign for them. Basically, users choose a nearby location that hosts BufferBoxes […]

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Apple’s Spaceship Campus Will Open In 2016

by Eric Brownon November 21, 2012
According to Bloomberg the futuristic spaceship-shaped Cupertino campus, proposed by Steve Jobs last year, will not be complete until 2016. The new Apple’s campus was originally targeted for completion by 2015, but November filing made the City of Cupertino approval unlikely by the originally planned dates. This would mean Apple would not be able to […]
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Social Media and Politics: How Are the Two Interlinked

by Eric Brownon November 12, 2012
  Ever since it arrived in 2005, social media has gradually woven its way into the fabric of most people’s daily lives. Now used as both a professional and personal way of communication, almost all educational, commercial and political organisations rely on social media as a key way of communicating with the public.  One of […]

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Funny Poker Stats (INFOGRAPHIC)

by Matthew Lucason November 12, 2012
Poker is such a fun game that the numbers behind it might not be of interest, but this infographic reveals some interesting statistics behind one of the most popular games in the world. After conducting a survey of 400 poker players from all over the world, a number of facts about the game revealed players’ […]
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Review Of A Kindle Fire HD Case Stand

by Eric Brownon November 12, 2012
  It can be difficult to choose the ideal case and stand for your Kindle Fire HD. It’s more than just an e-book reader now. You can watch movies and television shows in HD. If you do not want your hands to get tired, you can find a case that turns into a stand for […]
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Celebrity Gifts: A Timeline (INFOGRAPHIC)

by Anna Johnsonon November 11, 2012
Being extravagant is just part of being a celebrity these days. Actors, socialites,  musicians they all have so much money that they soon run out of conventional ways to spend it. That is why the gifts they buy for their nearest and dearest are so crazy. Some are outrageously expensive whereas others are just plain […]

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How The World Slept Timeline

by Eric Brownon November 8, 2012
People spend about ⅓ of life asleep, so it is only natural that we seek to make our time sleeping as comfortable as possible. Today, we can easily shop a range of beds from pillowtops to latex mattresses and people often own several beds throughout their lifetime. But, even a recently as few generations ago […]

Ancestry.com Acquired for $1.6 Billion by Private-Equity Firm

by Matthew Lucason October 22, 2012
The popular genealogy site Ancestry.com has agreed to be acquired by the European private equity firm Permira in a deal worth $ 1.6 billion ($ 32 per share), according to the Wall Street Journal. Publicly traded back in 2009, Ancestry.com has more than two million subscribers who pay at least $12.95 per month for its […]


Funny Video Shows What Happens When Apple’s Siri Gets Jealous

by Gizmoration October 12, 2012
This video shows what happens when Siri gets upset about its owner’s dating habits. The owner gets upset with Siri and he threatens to turn it down, but thanks to the features such as backup and parental controls, he can’t shut it down. Just take a look and tell us what do you think about […]

Apple Is Lauching 5th Generation Of iPod Touch

by Gizmoration October 11, 2012
  iPod Touch is now at its fifth generation. The early delivery of the gadget is estimated to arrive, for standard shipping, around next Monday, October 15. Apple has even published the iPod touch 5th generation user guide on iBooks, just in case you are looking for a little extra information. The 5th generation of […]