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Facebook Drops to $18 a Share

The world’s most popular social network has taken nothing but beatings since it went public a few months ago. The holiday weekend saw a 5.3% drop in Facebook’s share price, leaving them ...

A Few People You Should Get to Know as a Small Business Owner

Many people have heard the popular phrase, “it’s all in who you know.” This quote refers to the massive number of jobs available through networking as well as the resources available to ...

Windows 7 Leads the Pack as Most Used Desktop OS

Four years after Windows 7 was launched and released to the public, the operating system has finally sustained a lead over Window XP and the Mac OS. This particular version of Windows ...

Two Things to Consider When Bringing on New Clients

Not every client will be a client you want to take on. Some are less than desirable than others, and in some cases, taking them on would be more of a ...

Apple: the Galaxy S3 Violates Patents, Too

Now that Apple has won the majority of its patent suit against Samsung, the company has decided to file an amendment to include the Galaxy S3 and the Galaxy Note into the ...

Apple UDIDs Stolen by AntiSec – Were You a Victim?

AntiSec, a well-known hacker group, posted last Monday that they had gained access to an FBI database and stolen some 12 million Apple UDIDs, also known as Universal Device IDs. Out of ...

Both Android and Apple Grab More of the Smartphone Market

Both Apple and Android have seen significant rises in their respective bites of the market, reports indicate. As of the end of July, Google’s Android OS held a 52.2% share of the ...

Amazon Now Selling E-Books Through Other Companies

Amazon has finally inked a deal with a large book distributor that will bring some relief to the tension between competing e-book companies. Amazon signed a deal with Ingram Content Group that ...

Samsung Plans on “Modifying” Devices that Infringe on Patents

Samsung has hit the drawing board on modifying their products so that they don’t get their products banned, says a news report from The Korea Times a few days ago. The newspaper ...

Sony Brings $5 Music Service to the Market

The electronics company Sony has brought a new unlimited streaming service to the market by the name of Music Unlimited, a program they announced a little over a year ago. When the ...

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