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  • Docusign
    DocuSign is now available on Chrome Webstore
    It just became easier to request signatures, and sign documents yourself, without ever leaving your inbox. That’s thanks to the new DocuSign Chrome Extension now found in the Chrome Store. The technology allows you to sign Word and PDF...
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    Bethany Mota is named the Most Googled Fashion Designer of 2014
    Bethany Mota was named as 2014’s Most Googled Fashion Designer. Yes, that’s an actual category. According to a Tuesday, Dec. 16 report on Forbes, Mota beat out Kate Spade and Valentino for the top spot.Mota started out as a beauty and...
  • Samsung Galaxy Mega 2
    Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 review: A Massive phone that's a big let down
    The original Samsung Galaxy Mega shocked the smartphone world when it was launched back in June of 2013 simply because of it's 'mega' 6.3-inch display, unfortunately apart from the huge display the phone really did not set the...
  • Prince Charles Takes Part In His First Google+ Hangout
    Google says nyet to Russia
    Google will pull about 100 of its engineers from Russia. This move was announced in advance of a new Russian law that forces tech companies to keep all data about Russians inside its borders. The Business Insider yesterday reported that Google...
  • Facebook thumbs down on drunk photos
    Facebook to detect and prevent drunken and embarrassing photos
    Facebook is looking to end the embarrassing uploads of those who find their drunken weekend photos flattering. The social media giant will accomplish this by the use of a special “digital assistant.”This new image-recognition...
  • Building a a powerful online brand
    How to create a killer online presence
    Boy, have times changed! Just a few short years ago, online branding was not as common as it is today. Currently, potential employers, clients, and even managers are paying attention, and they want to learn more about you, not just the usual...
  • invisible
    Five reasons why consumers aren't seeing your digital ads
    Most digital ads posted online – "an incredible 56.1 percent of ads on the internet," according to a December 3 Advertising Age report – go totally unseen by human eyes. And it's not just because of fraud or bots. "...
  • Google for Kids
    Child Friendly: What Google Searches For in Children
    Google has recently announced that it is working on a new kid-friendly version of the Google search engine. Google's objective in creating this version is based on the concern of parents who want their children to be safe while having fun on...
  • A Hitchhiker's Guide to the Google Universe: Hummingbird Algorithm
    How to: leveraging social media to make Google Hummingbird sing for your brand
    One thing that amazes me about my job is that I meet so many industry professionals who still don't know much about the infamous Google algorithm updates. Everyone who works in any type of marketing (because we're all generating content...
  • HTC's One M8
    HTC's next flagship smartphone gets detailed in new leak
    The time of year where rumors of new smartphones hit the web thick and fast is upon us, and today the first rumor off the bat is in regards to HTC's next flagship device. Well respected insider @upleaks, who has close ties with HTC, posted...
  • The LG G3
    LG G3 review: The smartphone that keeps on giving
    A little earlier this year LG launched the LG G3, the follow up the to the hugely successful LG G2. Many in the tech world wondered if the G3 would be able to build on the success of the G2 or if the phone would simply be swept to the side by the...
  • Holiday Lights project
    You can design the lights on a 2014 national Christmas tree in D.C.
    Tonight, Dec. 4, President Obama and the First Family will light the National Christmas Tree, and this year anyone can design a light display for one of the 56 Christmas trees in President's Park. Located on the South Lawn of the White House,...
  • Google
    Google is developing stuff just for kids
    Google has decided to make an investment in the intellectual and emotional development of the kids of the world. PC World reported on Dec. 4, 2014 Google is developing versions of search, Gmail, and YouTube just for kids. Kids Google is likely to...
  • Santa skydiving
    NORAD and Microsoft vie with Google for Santa-tracker dominance
    It’s December in America, and you know what that means: An infinitely peopled scrum engaged in trying, by any crassly rendered means necessary, to keep the attention of you and, more importantly, your children long enough to shoehorn in a...
  • Hernan Cortes meets Queen Calafia in La Paz, Mexico
    Hernan Cortes meets Queen Calafia in La Paz, Mexico
    BAJA CALIFORNIA SUR, Mexico – Drums and flutes set an eerie mood under the stars as dozens of primitive-looking Indians prance around a fire on the beach. Next, Queen Calafia descends from a sandy hill studded with skulls, bearded guys...