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With more and more of the buyer’s journey moving online, looking up businesses in printed listings and hard copies of trade journals is all but extinct. Today’s searchers generally “Google it” and use trusted online business directories to find companies and cultivate professional partnerships.

The four-day sale has so far brought sellers 16 times as many orders by value than Amazon's global Prime Day last month.


When social media first came into the scene, nobody expected the impact it would bring to society. Originally, it was developed as a tool for interaction among people. However, as it continued to grow, businesses began using it as well to advertise their products and services.


Windows 10 already includes two browsers: Edge and Internet Explorer 11. Edge is Microsoft’s new browser and replaces Internet Explorer 11, which is only provided for backwards compatibility with websites written for IE.

Separating the send and receive bands is difficult enough, but the problem is compounded by the ever-increasing number of bands in the latest devices, which handle everything wireless technology has to offer. From GPS to Bluetooth to Wi-Fi, each band requires a filter to stop the strong transmit signals from drowning out reception.

When you need to charge your electronic devices on the go, it can be a hassle trying to find somewhere to plug in. And though some devices can already be charged without wires, researchers at The Walt Disney Company have recently supersized the technology by building a wireless "charging room."

According to the company, the SF-G Series UHS-II cards will be the fastest in the world, coming in at 300 megabytes per second read speed and 299 MBps write speed.

This articulated wraparound phone -- known as the CPlus -- was a concept device Lenovo used to wow the crowd as part of a larger launch last June that included the modular Moto Z and Phab 2 Pro The CPlus may have only been a prototype, but it might as well have been a fireworks show for the imagination it ignited

A Guardian report says WhatsApp and its parent Facebook could intercept user messages. Security experts aren't sure it's really a problem.

WhatsApp has faced extra scrutiny since deciding to share some user information with Facebook. But security experts say the latest criticism of the service has an easy fix.

Can you believe 2015 has already been over?

There is nothing unusual to say but it’s true – the previous year has almost flown by!. In general, when there are many projects, innovations, milestones and lessons during a year, time really flies. 

It’s impossible to anticipate the New Year without thinking about resolutions. 

A new realty is coming! Can you imagine the technology that combines all the transactions collected together? Blockchain gives an opportunity to record these actions, so that it cannot be erased but can be updated. As the time goes it creates a history of international transactions that will change the way how we collect the data and the way how we use them. Blockchain becomes more and more popular and seems it’s going to change the way of governance, the working style of global institutions and stuff like that. Using Blockchain gives an opportunity to exchange assets and values as well.  These unexhausted possibilities are the reasons why we need to implement a new technology, named Blockchain. 

Many of billionaires found their fortune in the tech industry. Many of the names may look familiar, while other may be a bit of a surprise. In addition, it is always interesting to see how much money these billionaires actually have and how they earned their wealth – each of them have their own story of how they rose to the occasion and earn their place.

This list of the 10  richest tech billionaires in the world comes from a collaboration between Business Insider and wealth analytics firm Wealth-X which recently created a list of the top 50 richest people on Earth.

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