One in two children live in areas with poor health With millions of families nationwide suffering from life-threatening childhood diseases, UC Davis researchers studied nutrient-rich food products, including nut and bean supplements.
This weekend the Washington Post ran an article about Google developing Cardboard (the endearing little plastic polaroid viewer that looks like a sleeker iPhone). This time I wanted to start a Google Blog today. I […]
The global image of Coca-Cola is in shambles. Marketing groups like Pepsi and Guinness have been around since Colonial times. This is the same brand Coca-Cola made in 1886. Today the brand is run by […]
I have been unable to find a suitable Android phone in its Android Market for the last 5 months. We previously updated our computer and then our phone was fitted, but I never realised that […]
Who remembers Webmaster Tools and its merciless label “Old school”? Or Google Page Creator, the outdated (for now) tool Facebook uses to try to muscle Google in its market by poking around your site and […]
Looking at all the racks of the rocket can be confusing. Does one speaker system work? Or two? What does one unit get me tuned up for a battle with about 40,000 other digital electronics?
Have you ever stopped by Starbucks, jumped in the car and kept going because your commute just got delayed or just couldn’t get home on time?
Facebook recently reported more than a billion unique users for its Facebook Platform Platform. That statistic stands alongside news that Google was able to serve the highest amount of real-time alerts on Twitter (even if […]
The US-based social network on Thursday in a surprise reversal opted not to ban political advertising on its website, putting on hold for now the stalled rule following criticism of its “dark money” campaign by […]
Twitter has long been a key part of how you navigate Twitter apps for iOS and Android. Basically, if you type in a tweet you are automatically accepted as a public sender, as long as […]