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Google – Work From Home Program

If you live in America and you have been wanting to work from home, you might be in luck. Google has now released a new “Work From Home Program” that will allow Americans to work for the titan from the comfort of their own homes. To thousands of Americans this means that they will soon […]

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Motorola Milestone 2

The Motorola Milestone 2 offers a number of upgrades over its successful predecessor.  The latest Android OS along with a faster processor and redesigned keyboard all add to the new levels of functionality which are achieved thanks to the handset’s overhaul. The handset itself looks great.  It features a 3.7 inch TFT capacitive touchscreen to […]

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Which is better – A Dofollow Or Nofollow Blog?

There have been many discussions surrounding this area and the question remains satisfactorily unanswered. So what is it going to be? Should we dofollow or nofollow? What is nofollow? First let us understand what the concept of nofollow is. Nofollow, or simply do not follow, is a mechanism that google introduced to fight SPAM and […]

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NASA Introducing Moonbase Alpha, a 3-D Game

A meteor strikes, damaging solar arrays and life support systems, and as you watch the billowing dust cloud move ominously toward your lunar camp, you have to restore critical systems and oxygen flow. Starting July 6, a new NASA video game will let you save the day, in 3-D. NASA is releasing a multi-player game […]

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Advantages of Android Mobiles

Android enabled cell phones are undoubtedly one of the best things to have happened in recent times as far as technological advancements are concerned. As a matter of fact, Android phones have managed to become the top choice for cell phone users in a very short span of time. So what are Android mobile phones […]

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Google Maps for Android

The wrapper just came off Google’s newest version of Maps for Android (launching soon), and it looks pretty slick. Separating the refreshed Maps 5.0 for Android from its predecessor: faster map loading, an iPhone-like function that spins the map according to the phone’s compass, and an offline mode. And did I mention that maps are […]

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Positioning your website with SEO

SEO and positioning your website to grab top positions in search engines for targeted keywords require both good on-page and off-page optimization. On-page optimization refers to how you tweak the webpage itself, that is, the webpage title, content, navigation sitemap, etc. It has everything to do with the web architecture. However, as an SEO, a […]

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SuperSpeed USB v3.0

As technology innovation marches forward, new kinds of devices, media formats, and large inexpensive storage are converging. They require significantly more bus bandwidth to maintain the interactive experience users have come to expect. In addition, user applications demand a higher performance connection between the PC and these increasingly sophisticated peripherals. USB 3.0 addresses this need […]

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Aardvark is Acquired by Google For $50 million

Google has acquired social search service Aardvark, says a source that has been briefed on the deal, for around $50 million. We first reported on the discussions between the two companies in December. Those discussions have now turned into a signed deal, says our source, and will be announced today or tomorrow.