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What Google Gave the World
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Google was founded by Larry Page and Sergey Brin in September of 1998. It’s primary business was and continues to be its search engine product. Its ubiquity as the most popular search engine on the web has introduced the transitive … Read More

Why January Adsense Earnings are Low on YouTube and How to Compensate
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Why January Adsense Earnings are Low on YouTube and How to Compensate In my book, Living Off YouTube, I talk about the ways in which you can grow your audience, build a sustainable business and monetise your videos beyond Adsense. … Read More

What Search Engine Did You Use Before Google?
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Before Google, the web was a very different place. Nowadays, the self-appoint SEO content police and undisputed gateway to all Internet activity is Google. If your website isn’t optimised for visibility on Google, then it may as well not be … Read More

Why Self-Driving Cars Will Fail to Catch on
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Self-driving cars are a hot topic when it comes to technology right now. From the new Audi A7 to Google’s driverless vehicle, the futuristic tech we’ve waited on since Knight Rider is finally upon us. The question is, will self-driving … Read More

Poll: Which Social Network do you use the most?
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The modern social network is an online cultural phenomenon I personally would never have predicted. When the web first emerged in the consumer landscape in the early / mid 90s, we were all told to be very careful with our … Read More

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New eBook: Living Off YouTube
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Living Off YouTube ‘Living Off YouTube: A Complete Guide to Turning your YouTube Channel into a Full-Time Job’ is now available to purchase on Amazon, the Apple iBooks Store and Lulu.com. This month, I’m delighted to announce the launch of … Read More

Poll: What Version of Android are you running?
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The OS fragmentation of Android is a very well known issue that doesn’t seem to have gone away. Although for the most part it has been reduced, Google’s failure to adequately work closely enough with manufacturers and with many device … Read More

Chromebooks beginning to gain momentum
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Chromebooks are slowly starting to gather significant market share according to the Consumer Market research group NDP Group. In November 2013, Chromebooks accounted for 21% of all notebook sales and 10% of all computer sales. This alarming trend is certainly … Read More

Why Youtube Will Soon Remove The Subscriber Function
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YouTube, or more accurately Google, are going to remove the ability to subscribe to a YouTube channel in the near future. That is my prediction and although many content creators may think I’m being a catastrophiser, I’m going to explain … Read More

LG Nexus 5 Officially Arrives! Specs & Pricing Revealed!
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The most heavily leaked smartphone since perhaps the iPhone 4, the new LG Nexus 5 has finally debuted to much enthusiastic praise from the Tech industry. The handset is most impressive and sports a 4.95-inch full HD 1080p display with … Read More

2012 Technology: A year in Review (Video)
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It’s hard to believe that 2012 is coming to an end, for me personally it’s felt like a long year and a big one in terms of Technology. Over the course of the last twelve months we’ve had some major developments … Read More

Tech Poll: What is the best alternative Tablet to the iPad?
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Although the smartphone market has quickly become a competitive arena filled with high quality handsets and plenty of choice for consumers, the tablet market continues to be dominated by Apple. With the launch of their updated fourth generation iPad and … Read More

Patent Wars: Something has got to give!
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The Patent Wars: It’s a disturbing fact that patent lawsuits are stifling innovation and killing competition – here’s yet more evidence. A report issued by the New York Times reveals that many large companies have threatened small start-ups with legal … Read More

The Secret of Apple’s Success
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Following the recent unveiling of the new iPhone 5, Apple’s share price has hit an all-time high. Its launch was also met with unprecedented pre-order figures. Despite the considerable consumer interest in this new smartphone, industry opinion has been largely … Read More

Samsung to pay $1.05 Billion to Apple following patent trial verdict
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The big tech news of the week is less about tech and more about the trials and tribulations of copyright infringement. Apple and Samsung‘s patent trial has come to an end and the sadly inevitable outcome is that Apple have … Read More

Diamond Multimedia brings Android to your living room with AMP1000 Media Player
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Diamond Multimedia is bringing Android Gingerbead to your television, with its new new AMP1000 media player. This device is designed to operate as a set-top box for use under your television and provides full 1080P video playback. Among the other … Read More

Google introduces groundbreaking 1Gbps Internet & TV service for Kansas City
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This week, Google has launched its first ever high-speed fiber network in the city of Kansas, which provides residents with both TV and internet services. Google Fiber offers a staggering 1Gbps upload and download internet connection along with hundreds of … Read More

Smaller iPad rumors reemerge with proposed October launch
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The budget tablet phenomenon has kicked into high gear in the last year with countless manufacturers from Samsung, Arnova, Acer and Amazon adding to the market. Although many 10-inch slates can qualify as cheap and affordable like the Skytex Skypad … Read More

iOS 6 Vs Jelly Bean: 3 areas Apple need to improve in their mobile OS
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In recent weeks both Apple and Google have laid their cards on the table and revealed their respective mobile OS hands. iOS 6 brings numerous much needed updates to Apple’s iPhone and iPad devices, while Android 4.1 Jelly Bean offers … Read More

Google I/O 2012 Discussion Video
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Google’s 2012 I/O keynote event certainly was jam-packed with exciting new product announcements. The most notable ones included the launch of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, the Google Nexus 7 Tablet, the Nexus Q media steaming device and the new Chrome … Read More