Yahoo Becomes Firefox’s Default Search Engine


Yahoo Inc on Wednesday said it struck a deal with the Firefox web browser on desktop PCs and mobile devices in the United States to be the default search engine, replacing market leader Google Inc. after ten years of partnership. Last Month, Firefox had 10.4 percent of the U.S. browser market on … Continue Reading →

Must-Know Myths About SEO for Business Owners


The SEO-rank race has been a major target for many online business people that it blinds them to misconceptions and myths that however tend to be misleading. These ideas have so far began to form a black-hole of mystery around what people seem to know about search engines. Some of these ideas which … Continue Reading →

Higher Degree of Privacy with D-Vasive App on Android


D-Vasive help you get to detect what apps are keeping track of your device’s location, gets you notified when an app turns on your camera, when your Bluetooth or WiFi gets activated, and also when your microphone is activated. Yes, these are some of the features of this application by John McAfee. … Continue Reading →

Going About the Use of Apple Pay


Apple announces its ‘Apple Pay’ program, an easy, secure and private to way to pay using iPhone 6 and 6 plus. What is Apple Pay? Apple Pay is a mobile payment and digital wallet service by Apple Inc. that lets users make payments using the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and Apple Watch-compatible … Continue Reading →

The World in A Leader’s Mind [Infographic]


Certain social variables must be properly handled if any success is to emerge from any social system. In this world where the rule of the game is cause and effect, there are certain frames of mind that get to paint a corresponding frame of reality. Being productive in work, excellent in task … Continue Reading →

Where to Give to Help Fight The Ebola Crisis


One severe thorn in the flesh of many nations recently has been the epidemic Ebola virus. The virus which formerly was only contained in the backwaters of some countries in Africa has extended its tentacles across the borders of many countries, like, the US, Spain, and other developed … Continue Reading →

Communicate to strangers on Facebook like a ‘Digital Ghost’

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I know a fellow that had to lie about his personal data on Facebook because he wanted to seem anonymous to some friends of his, he did not want to disclose everything about him and even had to lie about some others. Facebook has finally made an improvement to the privacy status issue, now all your … Continue Reading →

‘Inbox': Google Added a New Dimension to Handling Emails

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Google’s recent emailing app ‘inbox’ seems to be another of the fine species in the ecosystem of electronic mails. This app with its Facebook-Like display was released on last week highlights details of messages, though it must be echoed that this app is not intended as a replacement for Gmail. … Continue Reading →