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Best Mobile Data Networks of 2016


Speed, coverage, value for money – these are just some of the important factors to consider when you’re looking for a mobile data network for your personal or business needs. And sometimes, it just won’t do to simply go with a friend’s recommendation. After all, his data needs might be far different from yours. Business use, specifically, requires consistency in …

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Meet the 5 Companies Aiming to Bring the Web to 4.3 Billion New People


The internet is an essential part of our daily lives, but it is actually only used by a minority of the world’s population. 4.3 billion people across the world do not yet have access to the web. In fact, there are seven countries where more than 100 million people are not yet connected: Brazil, Nigeria, Pakistan, Bangladesh, China, India, and …

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Infographic: Women Are From Venus


Everyone has heard the old saying, “Men are from mars and women are from venus.” But do you have better chances making contact with alien life than finding Mr or Miss Right? This infographic takes a look at online vs. offline dating from the viewpoint of an astrophysicist. Brought to you by freedating.co.uk

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Fastmetrics Pricing & Cost Infographic – Bay Area ISP


The following infographic is a basic representation of how Internet, data center and voice services can be matched to suit your business size. Whether you have a small, medium or large business, will determine how much bandwidth you need to support your workforce. If you have less than 10 employees, you might only need aDSL2+ and phone lines. Your aDSL2+ …

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Rise of the Hacktivist


Hacktivism was intended to refer to the development and use of technology to foster human rights and the open exchange of information (via Wired). Hacktivism could also be defined as “the nonviolent use of legal and/or illegal digital tools in pursuit of political ends.” The tools used in Hacktivism include web site defacement, redirects, denial-of-service attacks, information theft, web site parodies, …

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SEO Salary Guide For Top 20 U.S. Markets


The demand for SEO professionals continues to rise across the country, but what markets really provide the best opportunity? The SEO Salary Guide offers a look at what cities have the highest volume of SEO jobs, which titles are in the highest demand, and what the earning potential is for each segment. Brought to you by onwardsearch.com. Brought to you …

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Is Email Dead?


With 188 billion email messages sent each day you might think email is a laggard to other social sharing platforms. We believe that email is here to stay if used the way it’s supposed to be! Brought to you by visiblegains.com. Brought to you by visiblegains.com

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Black Friday and Cyber Monday: Hacks and Scams


The holiday season signals the time of year when consumers are often at the highest risk of falling victim to hackers and scammers whose schemes can fool even the most experienced online shoppers. This infographic advises web merchants and consumers on how to avoid Black Friday and Cyber Monday attacks. Brought to you by veracode.com. Brought to you by veracode.com

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Facebook Wall of Shame


Following up on the release of Facebook’s iPad app last week (which most people have been less than impressed with), we’ve created a new infographic walking through some of Facebook’s criticisms, missteps and failures since its inception in 2004. Brought to you by wordstream.com. Brought to you by wordstream.com

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Top 10 Internet Countries

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Interesting to see what the top searches in different countries are? The top search terms reveal consumer preferences and trends. Take a look at this Infographic created by Myra Phan for Techking.

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The History of Search


Great Infographic on the history of search by the guys from SEO.com. In the last 20 years, online searching has grown rapidly, first with the introduction of the World Wide Web back in 1991, and then with the development of search engines, web crawlers and page rankings.

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