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3 Apps to Help You Study Smarter for Exams

December 19, 2018
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Studying is tough, but it can easier with the right technology and tools. Below are some of the best apps and resources for helping you become more productive, and study harder and more effectively for exams and other big projects. StudyBlue Flashcards have been a staple of studying for exams for a long time. And […]

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Education Gone Digital: The Rise of Distance Learning

October 31, 2012
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Over the past twenty years, the number of online college classes has gone from basically zero to too many to count. The industry of online education has mushroomed since the mid-1990s, and there is little sign that it is ready to slow down. What has this change in educational modality meant to students? Is this […]

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Smartphone reliability: iPhone 4 with fewest failures, but…

November 11, 2010
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  A new study conducted by SquareTrade after analyzing failure rates of over 5,000 smartphones covered by SquareTrade Care Plans, shows that Apple’s iPhone 4 has the fewest failures with 2.1% failures within its first year. Below Apple you find Motorola with 2.3% and HTC with 3.7%. Another interesting observation is that when it comes […]

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Half Of All Mail Recipients Opens/Read SPAM Mails

March 27, 2010
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A new study conducted by Messaging Anti-Abuse Working Group (MAAWG) shows a clear reason why we receive so much SPAM mail: Because SPAM works! Over 80% of the users asked during the study, are aware of “malware” and “botnet”, still, almost half of the 80% has opened up such an e-mail at some point and […]

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Study: Will You Pay For Online Content? “Maybe!”

February 17, 2010
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Will consumers pay for online news and entertainment they now get for free? An in-depth study by Nielsen, asked 27,000 consumers in 52 different countries, what they feel about paying for online content. Not surprising, 85% of them would rather not pay for online content such as news articles. The study does show, however, that […]

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Windows 7 Resulted In More Satisfied Users Than Snow Leopard

February 5, 2010
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Both Microsoft and Apple released their newest operating systems in 2009 and according to a British opinion survey by YouGov, Microsoft’s operating system was the software users were most satisfied with. YouGov followed the “satisfaction rating” for Windows 7 and Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard for the past 6 months. A group of users […]

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66% Of Google Users Would Use Bing – Survey Paid For By Microsoft

December 7, 2009
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A survey, paid for by Microsoft, shows that if you’re a Google user and tries out Bing, there’s a 66% chance you will stick with Bing for your future Internet searching needs. How was the study conducted? Well, 15 Google users were told not to use any other search engine than Bing, for a whole […]

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