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  • Twitter and NYPD Take It To Court Over User Privacy

    Twitter.com is in the news again, but this time they are being subpoenaed into court regarding a twitter user and there threatening tweets. Twitter.com is claiming no responsibility for the user’s words and/or actions and is refusing to reveal the identity of the unnamed tweeter. The tweeter made statements on the public …

  • Interview With SEO Jo Blogs on State of Search Euro Roadshow

    Jo Turnbull recently traveled all across Europe taking part in the first State of Search Euro Roadshow.  A keen blogger with a passion in SEO, she wanted to find out about the search landscape in Europe and how it differs from the United Kingdon (UK).  All together she traveled to …

  • How to Set Up Your Own Website via WordPress

    When people think of a website, they imagine one where they can edit any aspect of the site. They do not realise it is part of a content management system otherwise called CMS for short.  WordPress is one of the most well known CMS and comes with a number of …

  • Implications of the proposed EU laws for data security

    In January 2012, the European Commission made public their proposal for changes in the laws governing data security. According to the proposed new laws, Internet companies are bound to protect their users’ data, failing which they will be fined. The rules will apply not only to EU companies but also …

  • Beyond SEO: The Psychology of Your Audience

    In the desire to make money online, many entrepreneurs and bloggers obsess with SEO techniques.  Often this is at the expense of an equally crucial factor to success:  understanding the psychology of your visitors. What Visitor Psychology Is and Why It’s Important Your audience’s psychology is their mental and emotional …

  • Live Satellite TV on your PC and mobile device for less than 50 deal review

    Get Satellite TV directly on your PC forever for less than 50 dollars. No monthly charges or equipment just global good smiles.

  • Siri the Voice Activated Apple Robot causing major spikes in mobile data

    Siri, siri, siri. Oh man have people been talking about the robot. You may now look at me weird for calling Siri a robot if you know what I am talking about because people have been referring to a voice activated software from apple as a she when really it …

  • iPad Case Roundup and Technology Device Protection Perspective

    Check out an article on Macworld which is a roundup of some of the top iPad cases out there. You may wonder why even get a case for your iPad or similar tablet device and we are going to tell you… because it is an absolute necessity! Countless technology products …

  • Dead Island Review: Game Falls Short Of All The Hype

    If you ever wondered what would happen if you took Far Cry 2 and mixed it with left 4 dead, you would get Techland’s new open-world zombie role-playing game, Dead Island (which come out today). The concept of an open-world zombie RPG had many people intrigued because it has never …

  • New Apple Thunderbolt Display

    Last week Apple released the new Apple Thunderbolt Display, the world’s first display with Thunderbolt I/O technology and the ultimate docking station for your Mac notebook. With just a single cable, users can connect their Thunderbolt-enabled Mac to the 27-inch Apple Thunderbolt Display and access its FaceTime camera, high quality …