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How Complete Beginners are using an ‘Untapped’ Google Network to create Passive Income ON DEMAND Geofencing is a service that triggers an action when a device enters a set location. From coupons...

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How Complete Beginners are using an ‘Untapped’ Google Network to create Passive Income ON DEMAND If there is one current conversation at Mobile World Congress that is going to have a profound...

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Can anyone remember when Apple’s Steve Jobs announced the iPhone by its three main functions, “An iPod, a phone and an Internet communicator”? A freshly-disclosed patent application hints the company...

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Android upgrades have been a source of frustration for years now — but it’s rare to get a glimpse at just how extensively the various manufacturers’ performance has been degrading over...

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Apple has launched a new subsidiary company tasked with providing healthcare clinics to Apple employees: AC Wellness. Healthy living through technology According to the AC Wellness website, the company...

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In May of last year Xfinity Mobile entered the wireless marketplace as a competitor. Since that time, everyone is wondering how they are doing. After meeting with them, getting a better understanding...

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Even though some companies are hesitant to adopt G Suite, such cloud-based tools are on the rise in the workplace. Google estimates that 3 million businesses now use its productivity suite. If your company...

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Samsung’s S9 arrives with a new version of DeX Computerworld Mobile ...

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The trickle of smart glasses entering enterprises on the faces of employees this year will become a flood in the years ahead. As the use of smart glasses becomes more ubiquitous in the workplace, the...

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A series of Apple whispers suggests a series of interesting launches this spring.  Essential software updates, the introduction of AirPower, an important HomePod improvement and new devices appear to...