Live in Los Angeles, New York or London? Then don’t be shocked to see your mailman appearing on Sunday with a package from Amazon. As the TechCrunch Web site recently documented, the online business giant has started Sunday delivery for its Prime customers located in these three major cities. Holiday business Amazon is doing this [...]
You almost certainly know by now that Apple has introduced its newest operating system for iPads and iPhones, iOS7. The industry technology press has fully covered the new mobile operating system. But you can still find plenty of tricks that you might now know. These tricks, as a recent story highlighting them by Entrepreneur says, [...]
Are Apple’s days of innovation over? The critics would have you believe they are, that Apple’s time as an innovator ended with the death of founder Steve Jobs. But a recent story by Entrepreneur shows that these critics are completely wrong. Entrepreneur reported that Boston Consulting Group ranked Apple as the most innovative company in [...]Continue Reading →
Apple’s new operating system — iOS7 — was released in September for iPads and iPhones. The key features of this operating system have since been covered in detail. Entrepreneur magazine recently showcased a few of the smaller tricks and tips which will make using this system a lot more pleasing. Text info Do you ever [...]Continue Reading →
Do you want your small business to operate as efficiently as it can? Then you need to use technology equally as efficiently. Luckily, the Web site TechnologySchools.org has a lot of advice on how small business owners can make use of technology to boost their sales. Password power The first tip from TechnologySchools may seem [...]Continue Reading →
Dropbox has a new goal: It wants to be your go-to site for distributing and saving photos. And, as TechCrunch writer Matthew Panzarino states in a recent story, a new app gets Dropbox even closer to that prize. Dropbox apps on the Mac now automatically find, upload and prepare links for screenshots that you produce [...]Continue Reading →
Remember those ugly comments you wrote long ago about an ex-partner? Think about that photo of you and your college friends holding shot glasses to the camera? Would like your current family and friends to be able to easily find them? As TechCrunch writer Josh Constine affirms in a recent story, Facebook’s new Graph Search [...]Continue Reading →
You probably want to view Microsoft Office documents with your Android phone or tablet. But the apps than enable you to do this aren’t cheap. Well, not any more. As MSPmentor writer CJ Arlotta says, Google is presently offering its Quickoffice app – which lets you view and edit Office documents on Android devices – [...]Continue Reading →
Would you like to have $200 for that old iPhone of yours? How about the one with the cracked screen? According to CJ Arlotta, a writer for MPSmentor, Microsoft can make it happen. Microsoft is offering consumers a $200 gift card when they bring in an old, unwanted iPhone 4S or iPhone 5 to a [...]Continue Reading →
How safe are your online accounts? For those who log in with only a password, the unfortunate truth is that your accounts are at risk of being hacked. Microsoft, though, has undertaken steps to secure your Microsoft online accounts. That’s due to the fact company now offers two-step verification, a procedure in which you must [...]Continue Reading →
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- 11/07/2013 Dropbox’s big photo-sharing plans
- 11/05/2013 Will Facebook’s new Graph Search obliterate all privacy?
- 11/03/2013 Google offering Quickoffice at no charge
- 10/31/2013 Microsoft will give you $200 for that old iPhone
- 10/28/2013 Want to protect your accounts? Two-step verification is a must
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