Abroad? Send money to Kenya and Uganda, with love using Wave app

Wave app Description -Instant, NO FEE transfers from your debit card to M-Pesa accounts in Kenya and MTN/Airtel mobile money accounts in Uganda -With no fees to send money and great rates, you will save 70%+ over Western Union and MoneyGram -Personal support 7 days of the week -Real-time updates on the status of your […]

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My take! Privacy & Cybercrime Use The Same Tools

Users who are hungry for privacy need to choose their solutions carefully. In light of recent privacy laws, regulations, technology developments, and news stories (for example, the eavesdropping Samsung SmartTV), it’s fair to consider just how much privacy one can expect while surfing online or even just sitting around the house. Privacy is getting hard […]

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Internet Explorer’s Demise: 7 Things IT Pros Should Know

We still don’t have all the answers in regards to exactly what Microsoft is planning for Internet Explorer and Project Spartan. But we know enough to get you started on building a game plan for how you’ll continue to support legacy web apps moving forward. The highly touted “death of Internet Explorer” may have caused […]

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You Can Now Get High-Speed Internet on the Moon

The Moon may now have a better wireless signal than your local coffee shop. In a test last fall, NASA and MIT researchers showed off a fancy new rig that uses pulses of laser light to shoot data across the vast distances between Earth and our satellite some 238,900 miles away. The results of this first […]

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Now You Can Watch 360-Degree Videos On YouTube

YouTube has officially begun supporting 360-degree video in its mobile and Web platforms as well as apps to accommodate the growing interest in virtual reality. The move is a smart one considering the uprise of platforms like Google Cardboard. 360-degree video will be supported on the Android app as well as on the actual YouTube […]

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Caught In Traffic? Take Flight With AeroMobil Self-Flying Cars

AeroMobil announces its intent to launch its first flying car in 2017. Flying cars may seem the stuff of science fiction, but there’s a plan in place that could see them take flight. (Photo : Image courtesy of AeroMobil) So, about those flying cars everyone on social media brings up every time a new piece […]

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JAXA Scientists Transmit Wireless Power Through 170 Feet Of Air: Next Up – Orbital Solar Farms

Solar collectors in space could deliver large amounts of electricity to Earth, but the trouble is sending the power to Earth. That may be possible soon, following a new experiment. Wireless energy generation in space is one step closer to becoming a feasible delivery source of power following a newexperiment that transmitted electricity through microwaves. […]

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What direct website traffic means

As you may be aware, the direct traffic source gathers together visits to your website with no JavaScript referrer. Most of us know that there is no referrer whenever visitors type a website URL directly into a browser or use a bookmark to visit a website. However, many people seem to be unaware of other cases: […]

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