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Google vs Your Blog – How to Make Friends with Google

July 15, 2016
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Most bloggers will strive to entice Google to like their blogs. In the past few years, Google has implemented some changes and the fact that Google’s changing algorithm has made many industries enter a state of shock. If you do the basic SEO things for your website, such as creating powerful content and excellent marketing […]

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Open-Source Machine Learning Software: A Big Upgrade by Google

May 2, 2016
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Last year November Google opened up TensorFlow, this is a software product, basically, a machine learning software which powers its services such as Google translate and Photos. The tech giant has made yet another great step for the software by giving TensorFlow a learning equivalent of smart pills. For those who don’t know, TensorFlow, in […]

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Common Link Building Mistakes You Must Avoid To Rank Better In Google

January 10, 2015
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The only constant is change, the sooner all online businesses and link builders realize this, the better it is for websites’ online rankings. Regardless of whether you have seen tremendous change in the rankings of the websites you were working on, or the sites you have not even touched yet, the recent results show that […]

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Website Marketing: The ROI Benefits of Accepting Guest Bloggers

January 6, 2015
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As more webmasters, business owners and SEO consultants  seek guest blogging opportunities, it is as good a time as any to start accepting guest posts on your blog. However, before you follow in the footsteps of [tp lang=”en” only=”y”]Huffington Post[/tp][tp not_in=”en”]Huffington Post[/tp] and the New York Times, you should implement a system that will help you save […]

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How to Survive the Google Panda Update

September 22, 2014
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2013 has been widely regarded as the year of SEO. While most bloggers applied SEO techniques to dramatically improve their sites’ position on search engines, a number of people with malicious intent managed to come up with several spam algorithms and spurious methods which were dishonest in nature, and then incorporated them into their sites […]

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Kill Switch All Set To Deter Thieves

June 26, 2014
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Samsung and Apple led the way, and now Google and Microsoft have agreed to add remote kill switches to their operating systems in a bid to make their devices safer, and less likely to be stolen. The feature will give users to disable their device should it get lost or stolen, completely wiping the device, […]

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Google Glass: The Next Generation Device

May 26, 2014
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All eyes, today, are glued with eagerness at the latest invention from Google. What is Google Glass? It is a wearable Smartphone device which helps you to communicate to internet through easy natural language voice commands. The information displayed in glass is in hands free Smartphone like format and gives you the option of frame […]

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Google Nexus 5 Vs Moto G: Taking on the Mighty

December 20, 2013
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Budget smartphones are the latest trend in the smartphone industry. However, not many devices have got the desired design and build quality. Also, until recently the budget smartphones used to be slow and laggy and lacked certain desirable features. However, all the smartphone manufacturers have realized the importance of budget smartphones in determining their success. […]

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Official Nexus 7 2 cases

August 5, 2013
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The Nexus 7 was a popular tablet due to its price, software and hardware now Google have released its successor the Nexus 7 2. The main new features include back/front facing cameras, a full HD screen, a 1.5 GHZ processor plus 2GB of RAM. The new Nexus is also slimmer at only 8.65mm, so with […]

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How to Increase the Domain Authority of your site?

June 28, 2013
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Domain Authority (DA) is a rating of a website and it depends on Google page rank, backlinks to a website, etc. So, high Domain Authority for a website indicates that it has high page rank and backlinks as well. Elements involved in DA calculation More than 100 elements determine the Domain Authority of a website. […]

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TechPatio: Blog comments disappears during Summer 2013

May 28, 2013
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Dear readers, This is a notice, and a small heads-up, that the normal blog commenting system (WordPress-based) will disappear from TechPatio.com during Summer of 2013, more specifically, during June and July for sure, and I may even extend it to cover August as well. The WordPress-based commenting system currently supports users leaving their name and […]

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10 Practical Google Nexus 7 Tricks & Tips

May 1, 2013
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Google’s Nexus 7 has drawn a lot of attention from the global market since its release last July (first in the United States and Australia). Among various tricks and tips for Nexus 7 on the Internet, I have selected 10 of them I think are the most useful, to help you get the most of […]

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What to Expect from Mozilla Firefox for Smartphones

April 29, 2013
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Many mobile users know that Operating System market leaders, Android and iOS, hold a very large lead over any competitors. However, Mozilla CEO Gary Kovacs has revealed a plan to release a line of smartphones that will run on the Firefox Operating System. These smartphones are scheduled to be released in South American and European […]

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Google Authorship – Learn how to display your face in Google

February 3, 2013
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If you haven’t heard by now, Google Authorship is the new mechanism by Google which seemingly helps to rank your site better in the world’s largest search engine. What is it? This is Google’s method of assigning an author to the content which has been posted in their search engine. To take this one step […]

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Intro to Android 4.2 – “Jelly Bean”

January 17, 2013
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Google is at it again. As always, Google has provided us Android users with a few new features we’ve been hoping for, and a few surprises we didn’t expect with the new Android 4.2 Jellybean update. For starters, we all like seeing pictures of things like our families or our recent Hawaiian vacation, more than […]

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Jelly Bean Outshines iOS6 as Apple scrimp on R&D

January 15, 2013
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One great, new piece of technology after another has been revealed at the CES 2013 conference in Las Vegas. One of the most exciting developments is the improvements of the Jelly Bean operating system. This is even more important when put up against the criticism Apple has received for its latest offering, iOS6. Reports of […]

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Top 5 tablets of 2012

January 9, 2013
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Tablets became incredibly popular in 2012. They have the largest market growth in the history of consumer electronics. However, tablets were not always destined to be so popular. The first tablets appeared as early as in 2002 when Microsoft launched the tablet concept, but with no success. Tablets waited for the moment, when Apple launched […]

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3 reasons why the Chrome Webstore Changes are disastrous

December 23, 2012
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Recently, Google radically changed the Chrome Webstore. All the extensions were taken out of the Webstore, leaving only the apps to be featured in the ‘Most Popular’ and the ‘Trending’ section. Main reason according to Google’s Developer Advocate Joe Marini, is that users have difficulties recognizing the differences between apps and extensions. Therefore, the extensions are relocated […]

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iPhone 5 vs Samsung Galaxy SIII

December 14, 2012
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Are you in the market for a new phone? Or, with the holidays nearly upon us, are you considering getting one for someone you care about? Many people have struggled with deciding between two of the most popular phones this year, the iPhone 5 and the Samsung Galaxy SIII. Let’s see how they each measure […]

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Mobile Operating Systems – An Overview Of Security Features

December 9, 2012
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Increasing use of cell phones has extended this industry and now a day more Smartphones are sold than PCs. Smartphones are playing an important role not in the personal life of people but in their corporate life too. According to a study, a person spends more time on his Smartphone as compared to internet browsing. […]

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Yahoo-Facebook Collab? Don’t Hold Your Breath

November 27, 2012
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These days, when you say ‘search engine’, you’re most likely referring to Google – and possibly to Bing, albeit marginally so. However, for several years now, many have been surmising that a powerful contender to Google’s supremacy is waiting in the sidelines, just stalking out the perfect opportunity to knock the search engine giant off […]

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Information Security in the Era of Google Wallet

November 26, 2012
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Make sure your phone is secure, not a liability! About a decade ago, Microsoft let everyone know that the future of payment was using their phones and devices enabled with Bluetooth. While that never really happened, Google’s push for mobile payment seems to be much timelier and actually gaining traction. With popular phones using Google’s […]

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Analyzing the security features and loopholes of major mobile operating systems

November 17, 2012
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With the sales of smartphones starting to exceed those of PCs, companies have started to look at these mobile devices as more than just fancy accessories that employees are given as “perks”. Smartphones are becoming a critical part of daily corporate life. Indeed, recent studies show that the average user spends more time on mobile […]

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5 Amusing Android Apps

October 15, 2012
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The term Android these days has become widely synonymous to the operating system owned and developed by Google for use on smartphones and tablets.  Most manufacturers of smartphones and tablets opt for Android over other operating system because the Android code has been released as an open source.  While the first few releases of the […]

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