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What Makes “The Cloud” So Great?


If you are a website owner or work somewhat close to the industry you have undoubtedly heard of the cloud and have probably heard people preaching about how it will revolutionize the way that we host. The fact of the matter is that “The Cloud” has actually been around for a long time in various forms and is now just being labeled and brought into manifestation in an easy to use and understand matter that is accessible to everyone with an Internet connection and a debit card.

Basically what the cloud does is it harnesses the power of multiple computer systems and turns them into one big super computer that can be used for hosting, solving complex equations for science, or running an application that requires more than just one server...

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Certain Technology and self monitored tips that makes websites effective


Effectively working in this field has got us accustomed with clients of diverse natures. The common detailwhich was shared by most of these people was that, Inspite spending a lot of money, they weren’t contented with the results. Most of these clients have a view point that working on website is an expensive process and enhancement course of a website means formation of a novel website and working from scratch.

Although, as per our experience in the field there are certain and effective fixes which have helped in converting a non performing website into a performing website or can say income friendly. The thing is that these steps are to be monitored and updated habitually.

  1. Action Pages:

With the term “Action Page”, we imply that one should try to make most from each of the website pa...

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The Most Downloaded Mobile Apps Ever

Mobile App

Compiling a top list of something as complex as the mobile app market is a very difficult task. There are lots of variables to take into account – the number of downloads, the revenues generated, or the number of people paying for the apps themselves or the extra services they offer. Besides, there are so many categories – games, streaming apps, media players or communication services – that keeping a top list of the apps would be an almost impossible task.

Besides, some apps are not even present in the statistics. The Royal Vegas online casino Canada, for example, has myriads of mobile users that either download its native apps or use its browser interface to play its games. Due to restrictions imposed by the Play Store, the Royal Vegas app doesn’t even appear in it...

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Staying Up to Date with Your Favorite Sports via Technology

Favorite Sports via Technology

Once, if you wanted to get the latest news about your favorite baseball team, tennis player, boxer, or football team, you needed to either catch the game on TV, be there in person, or wait for some information to come out in the newspapers.

This might have been fine for people who could dump a boat load of cash every time they wanted to catch up with their favorite sport or athlete – but it wasn’t a very efficient way to stay updated regarding your favorite sport or player. These days, on the other hand, technology has allowed us received up to date information instantaneously. If we want to get news about a basketball or football, there are numerous ways that we can do that – and numerous things we can do to become involved.

Social Media

Through social media, you can join groups and c...

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The Internet of Things and More: 5 Things Learned at Computex 2015


Are you aching to know what’s in store for computing later in 2015 (think fall and winter 2015)? Computex introduces the most important concepts, content, and technologies that are upcoming in the computing industry. This year’s conference began on June 2nd, and offered a week-long glimpse into the future of computer.

Here’s some highlights from computing’s most fascinating conference…

  1. Doug Davis and the IoT’s Easy Button

CNET author Seamus Byrne caught up with Doug Davis, “General Manager of Intel’s Internet of Things Group,” after his keynote speech at Computex 2015. Davis explained that consumers are going to start caring about the Internet of Things (IoT) when they see the Internet integrated into simple everyday items and tasks, such as lighting, security, and gara...

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Two Outdoor Gadgets to Travel With for Extra Comfort

Outdoor Gadgets

Winter is almost over – it’s time for us to prepare for the improving weather, the rising temperatures and the days of sunshine (in short, camping). People usually imagine camping – which is a great outdoor activity – as a trip to the wilderness with nothing but a knife, an ax and some tinder in your pockets, similar to what Bear Grylls shows us on TV. But camping doesn’t have to be like that (although it can turn into a nightmare if you are not careful). Here are some gadgets that can assure you some extra comfort while away from home, and still fit into your backpack.

Today all of our technology literally fits into our pocket...

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IPod touch and iPhone vis-a-vis


Apple iPod touch is an instrument about which not much has been written. Though the topic is outdated but still I would like to write for the same. IPod touch was launched last year and since then it has become a favorite of many tech freaks. If you look at the iPhone and iPod touch they look quite similar, featuring the same wide touch screen with a sleek black border and single home button barring the weight of iPod which is lighter in weight than the iPhone.

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Journey of iPod


IPod which is a name in itself that needs no introduction and it has been more than 12 years since the iPod is entertaining us. Let us look at the journey of the iPod. Back in the year 2000, when Steve Jobs and Apple was undergoing a bad state, then as usual Steve Jobs came up with a beautiful idea. Apple announced that it was launching an MP3 player with the thought that at that point of time, no one in the entire market thought of digital music.

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Business and IT Technologies: When Progress Saves Money


Most of us want to spend as little money as possible and still get big returns. However, achieving this is all but impossible. The reality is that in order to make money, you will first have to spend money. Indeed, any good entrepreneur will tell you that this is one of the main rules of success. However, you do have to make sure that you spend money in areas that will give you a high return. One of these areas is IT consultancy, widely offered by companies like You need to make sure that your IT systems are always up to date and that is only possible if you are either an expert in the field yourself, or if you hire an IT consultant. Yes, that can be quite costly, but the returns you will see on that should be incredibly high...

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5 Essential Pocket Gadgets for the Frugal Man

Feeling the pinch? It might seem that walking around with an collection of gadgets would be counterintuitive to saving money, but au contraire; there are some items you can slip into your pocket which could help keep your budget intact.

An e-reader

These nifty little gadgets are the equivalent of carrying a library in your pocket, and one will pay for itself if you’re in the habit of picking up reading material on the commute. The basic Kindle with Wi-Fi and a touchscreen display will only set you back around $80, and eBooks are usually significantly cheaper than their hard versions, not to mention infinitely lighter. There is also a vast range of free titles available to download, so from Sherlock Holmes to Jane Eyre, you can catch up on your classics on the way home from work.

A phone

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