Jimmy Rodela

Jimmy Rodela is a Freelance Writer and a Content Marketer. He is the Founder of the Guild of Bloggers. He is a contributor on websites with millions of monthly traffic like Yahoo.com, Business.com, Monster.com, Business2Community and SocialMediaToday.com. Follow him on: LinkedinTwitterFacebookGoogle +,Read more about me

Learn Bookkeeping and Accounting With the QuickBooks Pro Training Course

QuickBooks Pro

There may those of you out there who are considering starting your own business. But doing so can be much of a challenge. You have to set up an office, hire people, set goals, among other tasks that also includes bookkeeping and accounting. (Read: The Best Small Business Management Tips From 31 Top Entrepreneurs) As far as keeping and tracking …

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Dell Desktops to Display Mobile Notifications

Dell Desktop

Dell has come up with a new app called Mobile Connect that brings mobile your smartphone notifications like incoming calls and text messages to the desktop via Bluetooth. The app was just one of the new products introduced by the company at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas that started last Tuesday and will end tomorrow (Friday). …

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Increase Work Productivity by 400% With Focus@Will

A day at the office is never without any distraction like co-workers engaged in lively chatter or construction work in some part of the office building. So you bring out your headphones or earbuds and play music to focus on your task. Studies have shown that listening to music can boost your productivity or make repetitive tasks easier and more …

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Google Pulls out Ads From Questionable Rehab Clinic Referrers in the U.K.

Google

Google has banned advertisements from unscrupulous U.K.-based rehab clinic referrers on the search engine. The move followed a Sunday Times report which said that Google “has been profiting from a practice….in which brokers secretly reap millions of pounds from vulnerable people seeking treatment for addictive diseases in the United Kingdom.” (Read: Google Makes Millions From Plight of Addicts) “Patient brokering,” …

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Learn How to Be a Better Leader With This Leadership Course

There may be some of you who are out to seek that promotion to a department or office head this year. Or maybe even be the boss of one’s company. To be a manager, one has to possess particular skills that would make him or her a good leader. (Read: 7 Tips for Management Success) And that is what Courses …

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Google Stops Selling Android Tablet Pixel C

Android Tablet

Google has stopped selling its 32GB Android tablet Pixel C. The device, which was launched in 2015, is no longer listed in the company’s store, Android Police has reported. The hush-hush retirement of Pixel C was “not unexpected,” according to TechCrunch. The site also said Pixel C’s disappearance was meant to pave the way for the Pixelbook. A spokesperson for …

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Facial Recognition Tech to Be Used in 2020 Tokyo Olympics

Tokyo Olympics

The Japan Times has reported that organizers of the Tokyo Olympics in 2020 will be using facial recognition technology “to streamline the entry of athletes, officials, and journalists” to the venues. The Tokyo Olympics would be held from July 24 to August 9 while the Paralympics would be from August 25 to September 6. Security Measure According to sources “close …

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EtherDelta Suspends Service After Hack

EtherDelta

  Famous cryptocurrency exchange company EtherDelta has suspended its operations after being hacked. Hackers replaced the company’s website with a fake portal that steals money, according to a Mashable article. EtherDelta Statement EtherDelta reported that “at least 308 ETH” (equivalent to $266,789) were stolen, along with “a large number of tokens potentially worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.” TechCrunch said …

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Eric Schmidt Stepping Down as Alphabet Executive Chairman

Eric Schmidt

Alphabet has announced on Thursday that Eric Schmidt, one of the company’s long-time officers, is stepping down as executive chairman and become a technical advisor on science and technology. Alphabet is Google’s parent company. In a press release, Alphabet said: “As of its next regular board meeting in January 2018, Eric Schmidt will be transitioning from his position as Executive …

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Internet Access Is a Legal Right, U.K. Declares

Internet Access

Just a week ago, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) killed net neutrality rules established during the Obama administration. (Read: FCC Votes to Kill Net Neutrality) Those regulations deterred internet service providers (ISPs) from blocking and slowing down Web traffic and proposing fast broadband service for a fee. Britain’s Ruling on Internet Service In the United Kingdom, however, the British …

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