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Super Snow Storm Panic: Hoarding food becomes a winter sport

| January 26, 2015 | 0 Comments
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Nearly every blockbuster disaster film shows us how New York City handles the apocalypse, but we rarely get to see what New Yorkers are really up to on the ground as disaster approaches. Well, now we know, thanks so the panic-stricken Twitter messages from hundreds of people in the tri-state area anticipating a major snow […]

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4 social trends affecting the dynamics of learning in the workplace

| January 25, 2015 | 0 Comments
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Many of us remember a time when Internet access was a privilege; now, however, access to the Internet is believed to be a basic human right by 83% of global users. Access to a global network of information has become something we can’t live without. The Internet enables us to be more self-sufficient — and […]

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Twitter officially adds Bing tweet translator to website and mobile

| January 24, 2015 | 0 Comments
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Twitter has officially added its Bing-powered translation feature to its web and mobile apps. Twitter has been experimenting with the tool for some time, but now it seems as though it’s here to stay. The translation feature is now part of the social network’s website, and also works on iOS, Android and TweetDeck. It can […]

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Create your dream gadget for our Vine Challenge

| January 23, 2015 | 0 Comments
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Between touch-screen laptops, sleep-tracking bracelets and wireless headphones, it’s safe to say that most of our everyday needs are taken care of. Information comes with a touch of a button and interaction is as easy as Siri. But what if our gadgets could do even more? Say our smartphones held the power of teleportation, and […]

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Twitter’s password-killing tool is now available on the web

| January 22, 2015 | 0 Comments
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Twitter rolled out the web version of Digits, the company’s tool to help kill the password, to developers Wednesday. Digits is one element of Twitter Fabric, the new suite of tools for developers the social network rolled out last year during its Flight Developer Conference. Digits replaces passwords with mobile phone numbers with the goal […]

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