Technology News This Morning – July 15 2013

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Technology News This Morning – July 15 2013

Good morning. Here is the overnight technology news for July 15, 2013: Apple is expected to launch its iWatch in late 2104 and the company is “aggressively” hiring for it. Read… Major retailers are beginning to track and collect data on in-store shoppers via cell phones.  Read… Is there a number facebook is trying to hide from users when it comes to their News Feed stories? One of its engineers says no.  Read… Profitable gaming startup Kabam is now worth $700 million thanks to a $38.5 million secondary offering.  Read… Y Combinator’s Paul Graham offers a surprising piece of advice to founders: do things that don’t scale.  Read… Apple and Samsung have officially agreed to work together to build A-Series chips for Apple’s iOS devices, The Korea Economic Daily reports.  Read… Google has delayed construction of its massive new headquarters.  Read… Why Microsoft is a little misunderstood, despite the fact that it’s thriving.  Read… Cisco is working on a game-changing product from Insieme Networks, but it has been delayed. Here’s why.  Read… KTVU, the TV station that reported four wrong names of the Asiana pilots who crashed (Captain Sum Ting Wong, Ho Lee Fuk, etc), was apparently misinformed by a “rogue” NTSB summer intern.  Read... Related posts: Technology News This Morning – June 7, 2013 Technology News This Morning – June 11 2013 Technology News This Morning – June 18 2013 Technology News This Morning – June 19...

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5 Things Web Designers Should Know

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5 Things Web Designers Should Know

Now this is funny and so true side of dealing with clients as a web designer. Never make changes to a project when client is present. Charge a fair price.  Charge to low and you could be selling yourself and other designers short of what is deserved. The client expects their website to be completed before the deadline, or accept them constantly bothering you. If your client wants design that’s good, nice and cheap, apply the rule of three. If it’s good and nice, it can’t be cheap If it’s nice and cheap, it can’t be good If it’s good and cheap, it can’t be nice Before you start, ask for advanced payment and never hand over your work until the client has made full payment. source Related posts: Understanding Responsive Web Design Prompt Support Responses PopUp Menu Link – WordPress Tutorial – Contact...

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Technology News This Morning – June 19 2013

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Technology News This Morning – June 19 2013

Good morning. Here is the overnight technology news for June 19, 2013: Google is challenging the government’s gag order on data requests from the NSA.  Read… Meanwhile, the NSA says its Internet spying foiled 50 terrorist plots, including one to bomb New York’s subway system.  Read… Michael Hastings, the Rolling Stone journalist who wrote that damning profile about General Stanley McChrystal, is dead from a car crash at age 33.  Read… Microsoft will use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processors in future Surface tablets.  Read… Tesla is going to recall 800 Model S cars that had bad seat brackets.  Read… “Forget lab rats. Some researchers are now testing medicines on a silicon chip that could provide a better read on how a drug will work.”  Read… Facebook is delaying the rollout of video ads until at least the fall.  Read… Chinese Internet company Tencent is leading a $150 million investment in ecommerce startup Fab.com, which now has a $1 billion valuation.  Read… Dish abandoned its bid to buy Sprint, leaving SoftBank in the catbird seat.  Read… Donations are flowing in for the legal defense fund for the “anonymous” hacker who exposed the Steubenville rapists.  Read… Related posts: Technology News This Morning – June 6, 2013 Technology News This Morning – June 13 2013 Technology News This Morning – June 17 2013 Technology News This Morning – June 18...

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Technology News This Morning – June 18 2013

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Technology News This Morning – June 18 2013

Good morning. Here is the overnight technology news for June 18, 2013: Apple put out a statement saying exactly what kind of information it turns over to the feds, and how often. It says iMessage and FaceTime are encrypted from end-to-end. Read… Samsung says it will sell a phone that transmits data at twice the speeds of its current Galaxy S4. The phone will go on sale as soon as next month in South Korea.  Read… Apple will call witnesses to the stand it in ebook antitrust cases this week.  Read… Like all the other online advertising industry people at the Cannes Lions Festival this week, Facebook PR man Adam Isserliss has a nice view out his hotel.  Read… Here is a photo of the entrance to a Yahoo party at Cannes, guarded by a very serious looking guard dog.  Read… Ford is bringing knobs and buttons back to its cars after drivers complained about using touchscreens while driving.  Read… Here’s a review of Microsoft Office for the Iphone.  Read… UK Internet service providers are going to start filtering porn automatically. Users will have to opt-out of the filtering.  Read… Samsung phone owners will get the new Jay Z album early and free.  Read… Here’s how to become invisible to the NSA’s spying program.  Read… Related posts: Technology News This Morning – June 6, 2013 Technology News This Morning – June 7, 2013 Technology News This Morning – June 13 2013 Technology News This Morning – June 17...

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Technology News This Morning – June 17 2013

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Technology News This Morning – June 17 2013

Good morning. Here is the overnight technology news for June 17, 2013: Apple’s Eddy Cue had to talk Steve Jobs into selling books through iTunes. Read… Microsoft finally launched a version of Office for the iPhone. Read… Boxee, the company that makes Web-connected TV boxes, is looking for a buyer. Read… Symantec will reportedly lay off 1,700. Read… Foursquare launched a really cool virtual map that shows all your check-ins. Read… Nokia plans to launch a new smartphone with an incredible camera next month. Read… This could be the first shopping app for Google Glass. Read… The EU is investigating Google to determine whether or not it used anticompetitive practices to increase Android market share. Read… Microsoft is opening mini stores in 100 Best Buy locations to sell Windows products. Read… Samsung may launch an Android-powered camera with interchangeable lenses. Read… Related posts: Technology News This Morning – June 4 2013 Technology News This Morning – June 10 2013 Technology News This Morning – June 12 2013 Technology News This Morning – June 13...

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