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Robert Bell's Forecast for the SatCom Industry
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=496zUXjmTdc&w=627&h=383]Robert Bell, Executive Director at Society of Satellite Professionals Int’l, gave a talk on his forecast for the satellite communicationsindustry. He has over two decades wealth of experience… View Post shared via WordPress.com
AppCentral: More companies invest in custom mobile... →
In its “Custom Mobile App Usage in the Workplace” study, AppCentral determined that nearly 70% of the participating companies use at least one custom mobile application. In its report, AppCentral looked for trends in the use and deployment of custom mobile applications in the enterprise by surveying over 200 mobile device users from over 100 companies.
Facebook is here to stay...for a while
Since Facebook’s IPO, many are wondering if the social media giant, an almost ubiquitous part of modern life, is as stable as it seems. Adding fuel to the fire after a not so stellar IPO, is the recent news of co-founder Dustin Moskovitz and Facebook board member, Peter Thiel, cashing in on their shares. Moskovitz sold 450,000 shares to profit him a around $9 million, while Thiel sold 20...
Newsat attends IBC 2012
IBC 2012 is a premier annual exhibition for professionals engaged in creation, management, and delivery of electronic media and entertainment content worldwide that is to be held this year on RAI Exhibition and Congress Center, Amsterdam, September 6-11. This year’s program is going to have different platforms for emerging technology and innovations in the communications world. NewSat, on the...
Microsoft now welcomes upgrades for Windows 8
Microsoft Corp has finally opened its windows this week for upgrades to the latest version of its operating system, Windows 8. Those who own personal computers can avail of the upgrade for $14.99 to $39.99. Customers who bough their PC’s on Windows 7 since June 2 will be granted the lower price while the rest would have to pay the $40 dollar upgrade. The Windows 8 Operating Systems,...
Special post: Medicare Benefits
Health care is a component that determines a country’s standard of living. Providing primary, secondary and even tertiary care to citizens is often the measure of a government’s ability to render public service and create a public health system that prioritizes the constituents. Various health care systems are present around the globe to help promote the general well-being of a nation. These...
Who's leading the smartphone industry?
Despite news of the much-awaited iPhone 5 hitting the shelves soon, Apple is still lingering behind South Korean competition Samsung. This, in spite of the decreasing global demand for mobile phones. Just two months since its release, Samsung’s Galaxy S3 already sold 10 million units, boosting the total number of mobile devices sold by the company to a staggering 90.4 million units for...
How social media is helping the health industry
Social media is no longer limited to business and organizations looking to connect to target audiences and respective consumers. At Hunter Medical Care Local in NewCastle, Australia, the administration is turning to social media to help reduce the strain on its general practitioners. The organisation is making use of the new media channels, like YouTube, to deliver crucial medical information...
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Google "Knowledge Graph" limited impact to SEO
Google’s latest project, the knowledge graph, should not worry businesses said an SEO expert. The Internet giant’s newest upgrade is an intelligent system which collects information across the web to create a massive database of more than half a billion people, locations, and things and the combined 3.5 billion connections between the two. Currently, Google is testing out the...