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What Is The HTML? 4 Tips For Building Your New Website

July 9, 2013 |

So your company’s social media accounts just aren’t cutting it anymore? As easy as it might be to maintain an online presence through free mediums such as LinkedIn and Facebook, customers today expect you to go beyond these basic platforms. But starting a website from scratch is intimidating, so it’s no surprise that small businesses put these plans off as long as possible. Here are some tips for getting started.

Choose a Domain and Web Host First

You don’t want to create the full design for your website only to find your domain isn’t available and your web host doesn’t support the amount of space you’ll need. Before you decide on a domain name, you’ll want to take search engine optimization (SEO) into account so that you can take advantage of commonly searched terms and connect with the largest amount of users. For example, if your business sells environmentally-friendly products out of Houston, your domain should … Read More

The story behind the fall of Apple shares

December 19, 2012 |

A fall of about 25 % is noticed in the share price of Apple since the highest recorded price set by it three months ago. The U.S analysts have lowered the price targets for this U. S. Giant in the last few days.

Android Smartphones continue to be at the top compared to the Apples iOS. The ratio is nearly 1:7. This had made the matter worse for Apple.

In the concepts of medium term, Apple has the potential to shine back in its price and image, while in short term concepts, the view of analysts and investors are Apple is losing its bite.

With the launch of the iPhone the price went higher up to $ 702.10 but as soon as the freshness faded the price fall down to the $ 500 mark. December 17th saw the worse when the price fell below the psychological mark of $ 500. The prices climbed that very … Read More

Now Entering the Internet Radio Ring: The 500 Pound Gorilla Called Apple

October 1, 2012 |

Yes, you heard correctly: Apple is entering the Internet radio game. Companies such as Pandora, and iHeartRadio will soon be competing with the company that brought you the iPod and the iTunes store. The deal is still under wraps, since Apple is still negotiating with record companies for music rights, but, according to inside sources, it’s all but a done deal. This should be good news to iPhone and iPad users.


Why Apple is entering a relatively small and crowded Internet radio market doesn’t make a whole lot of sense on the surface, but when you ponder it for a moment, you can almost see a legitimate case for it. Internet radio means you can stream the music you want to hear, and change genres with a swipe. It’s different than having to create a different playlist to suit your mood or desired listening choices. And what if you suddenly have a hankering … Read More

The Laptop Your Ultimate Multitasking Machine

September 4, 2012 |

The varieties of portable computers that are available in the market have completely wiped off the demand and need of a personal computer or a PC. The laptops have shrunk in size and increased in their multitasking capabilities. This makes them a viable option for people who are always on the go, and are not fixed at their desks. The latest hot selling products in the market that have left the PC far behind are the slim notebooks, tablets, etc. All over the world, and across all the brands that manufacture PC, this trend has been observed.

Reasons for the increase of craze over laptops:

According to the market sources, the reasons for this craze of laptop growing over the years are as follows:

  • The launch of the next generation tablets has provided the impetus to the increase in sales of the laptops.
  • The disaster in Japan has also been tipped as … Read More

Battle for the Crown: Taking on Google

July 23, 2012 |

For years now, Google has been King when it comes to search engines, being the most commonly used and set as the default on many machines. Whether you are after the answer to a question, want to track down a lost relative or find the perfect picture Google was always your first port of call. For over fifteen years, it has stood at the top of the search engine chain, dominating the market and unrivalled by even the most sophisticated rivals out there. However, that could all be about to change with the emergence of several niche search engines all with a unique feature which is good enough to rival Google in their own special way. The thirteen chosen by Ladbrokes as their top contenders make an interesting group, indeed. They may not be powerful enough to knock Google of its throne single-handedly, but together they could all take away a part of Google’s appeal, … Read More

A Unique Shopping Experience

July 7, 2012 |

If you have not shopped at the queen Victoria market, then you really need to cross off this major experience from your life. It is a shopping experience like no other. Looking at photos of the market and reading about it does not begin to cover how amazing it is. It needs some real life involvement and if you find yourself in Melbourne, you should not pass up the chance to do this. Why is this market so famous? It is probably because it is so old. It has been a thriving part of Melbourne for more than a 100 years and it also happens to be one of the biggest markets in the world. It covers around two city blocks, so checking out everything that is on offer should take you quite a bit of time. On the positive side, it is a fun way of spending a day there. You … Read More

Acer Iconia Tab A510 Review

April 30, 2012 |

With the increasing trend of owning a tablet for convenience instead of lugging around the laptop all day, Acer has also accepted the challenge and released their Acer Iconia Tab A510 in the market. Let’s go deep into Acer Iconia Tab A510 review.


A510 is a tablet that seems to be designed for comfort and has a sleek black design. The tablet has a long battery life and the latest quad-core processor, the speed of which is 1.3 GHz. It is an Android tablet, running on the latest Android Ice cream sandwich operating system. The Acer Iconia Tab A510 has an inbuilt storage capacity of 32GB which is more than enough for users who own a tablet to be able to work on the go. The tablet also has a slot for a memory card that can add up to 32 GB of memory space in addition to the inbuilt memory. The tablet … Read More

Driverless Cars: The Importance Of Google’s Pitch To Detroit

April 26, 2012 |

It’s been a poorly-kept secret for several years now that Google X, the outlandish laboratory funded by the internet giant, has been working diligently to bring a self-driving car to the market. The lab has already created a software system, manufactured specifically-designed cars, and even taken these cars out on the road for a spin. Since the inception of an autonomous driving program, Google engineers have logged hundreds of thousands of miles in driverless cars.

The company is now looking to bring this product to the general market. Anthony Levandowski, the head of the project, was in Detroit this week to raise support and gauge interest among major automobile manufacturers. Specifically, Google wants to find a production partner that shares its enthusiasm and wants to use its technology. Autonomous cars will likely remain an aftermarket niche specialty unless one of these manufacturers gets on board. And this is where Google is likely to run into … Read More

The iPhone is the Best Selling Smartphone Throughout Q4 2011

February 21, 2012 |

There has been some debate recently about whether the drop in sale of the latest Smartphone models produced by major manufacturers like Nokia, HTC and LG meant that the bottom might be dropping out of the durable Smartphone market. However new figures have indicated that this, the most recession-proof of industries, is not in decline, it is simply that more copies of the Apple iPhone are being purchased instead of those of these major rival companies.

The report by Gartner, which examined sales figures for Smartphones during Q4 2011, showed that the total number of Smartphones sold during this period reached an astonishing 149 million – representing a rise of 47 percent on the sales figures for the same period in the previous year – and clearly indicating that their has been no decline in public enthusiasm for Smartphones. However, what the figures released by Gartner have indicated is that a major chunk of this … Read More

To Buy or Not to Buy: Canon PowerShot SX210 IS

September 23, 2011 |

Canon cameras are some of the most popular on the market, and for good reason. Canon usually provides a good product at an affordable price. One well-known Canon camera out on the market right now is the $349.99 PowerShot SX210 IS.

The SX210 packs 14.1-megapixel power into a body 1.25 inches thick. The camera weighs no more than 7.4 ounces. Customers choose among purple, black or gold as the color of the shell. Although other cameras exist in smaller sizes which might weigh less, for a small point-and-shoot, the Canon SX210 offers good quality in a convenient shape.

The 14x optical zoom allows users to spy on the action from afar. The photo appears on the 3-inch LCD screen. Now, this is where the SX210 falls short of expectations, because although the view screen shows almost no motion blur, the fact that it has a 16:9 aspect ratio results in black bars bordering images of … Read More

Nvidia Tegra officially launched

March 1, 2011 |

Nvidia announced that Tegra zone app is now on the Android market, providing a single place for consumers seeking the richest games of their super phone or tablet powered by Nvidia Tegra 2 mobile super chip.This free app delivers a curated selection of Tegra processor- optimized games, as well as professional game reviews, high-res screenshots, HD video trailers, gameplay videos and many other features. Sale and delivery of the selected games are through Google’s Android market. Games on Tegra Zone app are enhanced for Tegra 2 super chip powered devices, and are more realistic and interactive. Among those selected as launch titles are Dungeon Defenders, Samurai II: Vengeance and Galaxy on Fire 2 THD.

The Tegra 2 super chip is finding a large and ever expanding market, particularly among those interested in console- quality gaming on their mobile device. It is built with the world’s first mobile dual-core CPU which packs together the best Web … Read More

Acer re-entering the U.S. server market

February 21, 2011 |

Acer has released a line of servers and storage products for the U.S market. With the aim of reinvesting in the market, the fourth top PC-maker in the states will now manufacture server products using third party makers. Acer earlier had a strong hold in the server market which had diminished in recent years. Now, the re-launch aims to increase the support and service capabilities Acer has with a better supply of services.

Acer has re-entered the market with network attached storage products,a tower rack, blade system, and specific cloud computing devices. To be sold through channel partners, these systems will range from $721 for a tower to $10,499 for storage.To add-on, Acer will be providing ‘option kits’ which are additional memory, hard drives and other components.

Proposing to build and deliver services that have better performance, the re-launch of Acer in the server domain in the U.S economy is significant. This time,however, Acer … Read More

Opera to roll out iPad browser

February 10, 2011 |

Opera Softwares, leader in mobile-internet browser softwaremanufacture today announced that it has entered the field of tablet computer software. Opera confirmed that it has reached the 100 million cellphone users mark lately. As part of entering the new horizon of tablet softwares, a new version of Opera Mini for Apple’s iPad would make its debut at the Mobile World Congress trade show this month.

Research reports state that the iPad’s market is expected to jump from a 19.5 million this year to a massive 55 million next year. Together, it is a known fact that the mobile internet market has boomed since iPad’s introduction . The Opera’s move to introduce browsers for the iPad is hence, no surprise taking the tablet trends into consideration.

Presently, Opera has 90.4 million users for its Mini browser version and around 15 million users for the full Opera Mobile browser. All round the year, Opera has maintained its … Read More