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With technology, the landscape of college education has done a complete turnaround.

Via Alltop

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Some of the best applications, websites, and browser extensions to help both beginners and pros get the most out of the web’s hottest new photo-sharing site.

Via The Huffington Post

Apple’s iPhone has revolutionized cell phones in more ways than can be counted. It introduced a gorgeous touch-screen interface — that worked intuitively. It transformed voicemail form an analogue set of number prompts into something users could manipulate easily. And, of course, it created an entirely new market for lightweight software called apps.

Via CNN Money

Free mobile apps which use third-party services to display advertising consume considerably more battery life, a new study suggests.

Full story at BBC

Twitter has admitted copying entire address books from smartphones and storing the data on its servers, often without customers’ knowledge.

Full story at BBC News

Cookbooks are passé, delivery menus are boring, and even Yelp reviews are starting to look a little ragged these days. A new wave of apps and start-up websites want to improve your everyday dining experiences by bringing intuitive searching, trusted recommendations, and even home-cooked options from neighbors into your kitchen.

Via Inc.

Whether you’re looking to load up a new iPhone or simply expand your collection, here’s 2012 list of download-deserving apps.

Via TIME

So many of us in the small business community rely on Gmail as our default email provider, and with good reason! We use Google because it comes at a price point we love (often free) and it integrates with other applications that we use on a daily basis – like our calendar and To Do list. If you’re a small business using Gmail to manage your email and your customer relations, why not make sure you’re getting the most out of it that you can?

Via Small Business Trends

Dropbox has made our digital lives so much easier. You put a file in your Dropbox folder and it becomes available on mobile phone, your tablet and on all your other computers. If you have shared a Dropbox folder with another person, say your mom, any files that you add to the shared folder instantaneously appear on her computer. So useful!

Via Digital Inspiration

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Interesting Fact Of The Day

Lightning may contribute to the onset of headaches and migraines, a new study says.

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