Top Pros and Cons of Using Windows 10 for Your Business

Previously, we had discussed in detail the benefits of using Apple products for business, and today we will take a close look at the advantages and flaws of using Windows 10 for enterprises. For more than four decades now, Microsoft’s Windows OS has ruled individual and business computing across the globe by gaining the trust Read More

Noteworthy Crowdfunding Campaigns Running In March 2016

Do you need funds to make your dream venture come true? Raising money to fund projects of your choice as entrepreneurs, aspiring filmmakers, or as head of a nonprofit organization has now become easy with crowdfunding options. Projects that belong to diverse categories – art, music, theater, technology, publishing, fashion, food, journalism, philanthropy, film and Read More

The Fight For The Survival of The Red Wolf in North Carolina Continues. Lawsuit against USFWS Launched

With fewer than 50 red wolves in existence in North Carolina, the Center for Biological Diversity is battling head on the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service with a lawsuit against for violating the Endangered Species Act’s mandate to conserve protected red wolves and to implement a recovery program to ensure their survival and recovery in the Read More

Twitter’s Ten Year Long Journey – From Dorsey's First #twttr to #tmr

Ten years ago on 21st March 2016, Jack Dorsey published the very first Tweet, and this was way before Twitter even became a thing! The micrologging site was launched for the public on July 15, 2006. Although it’s not the official birthday of Twitter as incorrectly celebrated by many, It is a milestone worth celebrating! Read More

Good Bye TweetDeck for Windows

A rather big announcement was made by Twitter a couple of days ago. The social networking service stated that as of 15th April, it will no longer support the TweetDeck windows app. PC users who used the dashboard application for managing their Twitter accounts will now have to rely on TweetDeck’s web version. So far, Read More

Does Closing Apple Apps extend your battery life?Not Necessarily

Our smartphones have become an integral part of our lives, in fact, at times, they feel as if they are an extension of ourselves. We can customize their look and color to fit our own personal styles; they serve as our planners, calendars, to-do lists, contact lists, and alarm clocks. We use them to check Read More

Premier Sports Network announces three industry conferences for 2016

Premier Sports Network, the series of invite-only events for senior sports executives, will run three one-day conferences in 2016, building on the success of the Fan Engagement and Player Management events held in 2015. Fan Engagement will return in August at the Royal Garden Hotel in London and will grow from a half-day event to a full-day event, while Read More

Black Films Matter supports Movie Binges on Oscar Night

The Advocacy group Black Films Matter is supporting private parties all over the world in holding home movie-watching marathons on February 28, the night of the Academy Awards telecast, according to co-founder Durrell Cory.  “If they don’t want us, we’ll hold our own ceremony— in fact thousands of ceremonies— in folks’ houses everywhere” said Cory. Read More

UC Riverside is Documenting the Now

A two-year, $517,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation will fund a project called “Documenting the Now: Supporting Scholarly Use and Preservation of Social Media Content.” The University of California, Riverside, Washington University in St. Louis, and the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH) at the University of Maryland are collaborators on the project. Read More

Are we ready for a blood test for cancer? UC San Francisco Developing Promising New Test

What if screening for cancer was as easy as checking your cholesterol? That’s the promise of techniques currently in development that may one day make it possible to detect the earliest stages of cancer with an annual blood draw. So-called “liquid biopsies” involve extracting free-floating cancer cells or cancer DNA from the bloodstream (or in Read More

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