Category: Tech

Telebrands – Article About This Company

Telebrands started as a direct response marketing company in the early 80s. This brands have successfully sold millions of products and generated billions of dollars. It’s likely that you’ve come across one of their entertaining “As Seen on TV” ads in the middle of the day or late at night. Here are five things you

Canada, the Country to Watch out for in Tech World.

As economies fight to outshine one another in information technology talent, technology specialists seem to be enjoying the most as their demand rises with guaranteed employment opportunities. In this light, Canada’s technology sector has been identified as the largest economic sector in the state and it continues to show good progress. In its third most

Microsoft Becomes Friendly

At a certain point in time, Microsoft symbolized all that was awkward in the tech industry. It symbolized greed, monopoly, and focused on marginalizing profits without the care of the public interest. During the beginning, Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer ran over their competitors in an attempt to control the tech market on a global

Apple WWDC Kicks Off this Week In San Jose

In a surprising move, Apple is releasing a tool to help users cut down on their phone use. This is one of many announcements expected to be made this week at the much-anticipated Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). In the annual event in San Jose, California, Apple CEO Tim Cook will announce a variety of

Google Loses Ruling To Oracle Over Use Of Java In Android

Oracle is one of the largest, most popular technology company in the United States of America, let alone the entire world. Just like all other major players worth their weight in salt in the field of technology, Oracle owns several patents, one of which is for the popular software Java. Android is a mobile operating

Uber Sells Off to Grab in Southeast Asian Markets

Uber’s headlines in the news haven’t been very positive lately. In addition to reports about weak revenues, a recent incident involving a tragic accident further cast a dark cloud over the company. Now, financial news agencies reveal Uber has engaged in a sell-off. The company’s Southeast Asian endeavors are being sold to a rival. The

Spotify Eyeing IPO?

There is a lot of buzz on the Street that Spotify might be eyeing an initial public offering (IPO) for itself in the near future. According to reporting from CNBC, the music company filed confidential IPO paperwork back in December. For the time being, we do not know a whole lot more about what may

LinkedIn Gets into Trouble in China

LinkedIn is one of the few internet companies that has been used to demonstrate how an internet company can do business in China. At the same time, the company can now be used to demonstrate how difficult it is to do the same task in the communist country. The company announced that it had suspended

Amazon’s Mission Is To Change The Way People Shop For Groceries

Whole Foods is America’s answer to health and wellness, according to the yuppies that visit the 460-store chain every week. Whole Foods is not just a grocery store. It is the Grand Dame of free-range chicken, responsibly farmed fish, and organic bananas. The employees are neat college educated folks; the vegetables are fresh, and the

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Facebook fights hate speech with 66,000 post removals per week

Facebook has been aggressively working towards making its platform a clean place devoid of hate speech and while it is not entirely possible, the steps it is taking are noteworthy. In a statement, Facebook said that over the past two months, it has removed roughly 66,000 posts on average per week that were identified as hate