Update Your Business’ Online Identity

Can your business be found on Google? Is all the information correct? Are you using your social network followers to the best of your ability?

If any of these are no, or you aren't sure, read this article.

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How iBooks Author Stacks Up to the Competition [CHART]

With the announcement of iBooks Author last week, the world of self-publishing seemed to open up a little wider, especially for authors looking for an easy way to format and distribute their own content. At the same time, people raised concerns about the content restrictions of the iBooks Author...

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Which Politicians Are Getting the Tech Industry’s Money?

Thanks to the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA), lots of tech junkies have become politics junkies, too. For that reason, we decided to figure out which candidates got the most money from the technology industry in 2011. It’s part of the Federal Elections Commission’s job to let us...

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Facebook IPO: Tracking the Truth of the Biggest Deal of Web 2.0

As AllThingsD.com wrote two weeks ago it would be — Facebook is close to filing its documents for a long expected public offering that is on track take place in late May. The Wall Street Journal said last week the filing would come Wednesday, although sources said that timing could...

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Intel offers processor overclocking protection plan

Overclocking your processor on your gaming PC rig is becoming more and more commonplace. Many gaming PC makers offer overclocking on their desktops that are fully supported by their own warranties. But what if you wanted to build your own gaming PC and wanted to...

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Verizon to help with first LTE-based Super Bowl

In two weeks, 85,000 people are expected to cram themselves into Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana to check out the NFL's annual Super Bowl. This will be the 46th championship game in pro football in the US and you can bet that a lot...

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Anonymous hits FTC owned web site in new cyber attack

Anonymous is continuing to lead cyber attacks against various web sites. TheNextWeb.com reports that the newest victim is OnGuardOnline.gov, the official online security site of the US government's Federal Trade Commission. The hacker group not only launched a cyber attack against the site but defaced it with the...

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