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MCTS Boot Camp Provide Individuals with a much-needed Head Start

Individuals looking to learn something very quickly should look into taking boot camp courses. With so many more individuals on the job hunt, it is necessary to find the tools to add to a resume that will make it stand out in a crowd. However, not everyone has time for […]

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Twitter Follower Tool Displays Who Else is at Airport

Airports and Twitter have one thing in common—they both create an ever more connected global village. Be that as it may, airports themselves can still be pretty lonely places while waiting to board. A French Twitter tool aims to remedy that: bored twitterers need only tweet #boarding along with an […]

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7 Funny Lawsuits Ever: Sue Victorias Secret For Thong Injury & More

Americans feel pride in their laws; freedom of speech, freedom to sue anyone ? Sometime people push boundries and clog the legal system with hilarious and outrageous lawsuits. Heres a list of 7 most funny lawsuits people made all over the world. I loved them hope you enjoy too. Please […]

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Russian Spies Arrested To Hid Data Code In Online Photos

FBI recently arrested Russian spies alleged of using high tech form of data concealment called steganography. These Russian spies hid a map of airport into an image which is available generally in public. Steganography is the science of concealing messages within images. Although scientists have theorized this technique over decade […]

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Facebook Beats Google As Most Visited Site in US

Facebook is soaring high at the moment especially in US. Recent survey report shows that social networking star Facebook surpassed Google for first time last week. Facebook’s homepage finished the week ending March 13 as the most visited site in the country, according to industry tracker Hitwise. The “important milestone,” […]

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5 Major Developments For E-Readers in 2010

E-readers are at initial development stages right now so much much more improvements are expected in forthcoming years. E-readers are where the pre-ipod mp3 players were, so saying that Apple ipad will change prospects of its sales but it will still thrive through and would go side by side says […]

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Internet Explorer 9 Preview Gives Taste of Upcoming Release

Microsoft released windows internet explorer preview 9 to public today to help demonstrate developers the power of it. Microsoft says it is under development stages and will keep updating this preview platform every 8 weeks and will gather feedbacks from developers around the globe. The Platform Preview is a minimal […]

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Deposit Money In Bank By Taking a Photo

In the near future, you might not even have to visit a bank or an ATM to deposit a check. You’ll simply snap a couple of photos of it with your cell phone. Here’s how it works. When you take a picture of a check, a computer that receives the […]

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iPhone Hacker Gets a Job in Software Company

The 21-year-old hacker who wrote the first iPhone worm has landed a job developing software for the phones. Ashley Towns wrote Ikee, a self-propagating program that changed the phone’s wallpaper to a picture of 80s pop singer Rick Astley. Mr Towns has now been employed as a iPhone application developer […]

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List of Awesome USB Drive Designs For Geeks

I was looking online for some awesome usb drive designs and i found these amazing geeky flash drives which i wanted to share with my readers. So let me know which one is your favorite in comments below and please bookmark this page. Enjoy ! 01 Santa Cruz Screaming Hand […]

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