Archive: March, 2013

How to set up public Wi-Fi at your business

Offering wireless Internet access for guests can open new doors for your business. Check this article from PCWorld.com. For a cafe or restaurant, customers are more likely to stay longer, purchase more items, and return knowing they can use a Wi-Fi connection. For motels and hotels, Wi-Fi is one of travelers’ deciding factors when selecting […]

The “Other” Facebook inbox you didn’t know you had

Are you aware of the “other” inbox on your Facebook account. Check this article to know more about it, from PCWorld.com. I know loads of Facebook users who never bother to check their notifications. You know, that area in the top-left corner of the screen, the one with the little red number badges? From left […]

MacBook Pro 13″ Laptop with Intel 2.5GHz Core i5 CPU

Rakuten.com offers this MacBook Pro Retina Display laptop on sale for $1849 after instant savings with free shipping. As a price comparison, the Apple Store sells the same one for $2099. Check the product specs from Rakuten.com Features 2.5GHz Intel Core i5 Dual-Core 8GB of 1600MHz DDR3L RAM 128GB Flash Storage Integrated Intel HD Graphics […]

Word Processing In Google Docs? 5 Important Tips To Keep In Mind

For the majority of my life, Microsoft Word was the word processing tool to use if you were going to do any serious work. Get some tips from this article on MakeUseOf.com. Sure, there were alternatives like Corel WordPerfect and later on OpenOffice, but Microsoft Word held a pretty tight grip as leader in that […]

How the world’s largest cyberattack slows down your Internet use

Websites take longer to load. Netflix cuts out. Normally you can blame those annoyances on a slow Internet connection speed, but this week, it’s the result of the largest global cyberattack in history. Check this informative article from PCWorld.com. The European nonprofit spam filtering company Spamhaus reportedly is fending off DDoS, or distributed denial-of-service attacks, […]

LinkedIn’s new search results work harder, smarter

Looking for a job? LinkedIn’s new search features are designed to make the hunt a little easier. Very interesting and great article from PCWorld.com. The professional social network Monday began rolling out unified searches for job titles, people, and businesses, so searching for a company name (like, say, LinkedIn) will display results of people who […]

What You Need To Know About Integrating Google Services With Windows 8

As a fairly new Windows 8 user,  I’m still trying to wrap my head around the whole Modern (or Metro) concept. Check this interesting article from MakeUseOf.com. While giving up the Start menu was surprisingly easy, I’m still having a hard time getting used to the new Start screen. It’s not that I don’t use […]

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