Article Archive for September 2012
A Facebook bug has been found recently that lets you create posts on your friends’ walls that can never be deleted.
A week after Apple unveiled its iPhone 5, Samsung has unveiled the latest version of its smartphone: an oversized Galaxy Note II.
Though the world once thought the term, business phone, referred to the landline found in the actual office, today it is commonly regarded as being the mobile phone used by a business person that is on the move.
To drive a nail, a hammer is needed; to turn a bolt, a spanner is essential; cutting wood requires a saw. Having high-quality, effective tools is as critical to business as it is to joinery. …
Long the subject of conspiracies and far-out theories about how everything unexplained may be explained, mind control is not as futuristic as we might think. In fact, it’s the subject of serious study and has …
Major changes to the way vacationers pay for their trips abroad mean that the use of travelers’ checks, once the main means of payment when overseas, is declining rapidly.
This is the new version of an app that has been around for a little while. Now called iHelp+, this app is what I consider the premium in emergency contact and alerts applications for your …
Looking for a slimmer smartphone with a bigger screen?
Have you ever wondered how much time you spend with someone or on each task you have to juggle in a day?
The Federal Communications Commission had (yet again) proposed to tax broadband Internet service in the same way they tax phone services. After public outcry over the issue, however, they’ve backed off on the idea.
This has …
Are you sure that all the applications you install on Facebook are secured? You better think twice, as some of them can post things to your account without your permission.
Much buzz has been created by reports that US presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s tax returns have been hacked.