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Brogramming – Cool Story Bro

Brogramming – Cool Story Bro

Aaron Holtzman March 4, 2012 2

“What’s going on Bro Chi Minh?  Not too much Theodore Brosevelt.  How bout yourself Brosiedon, lord of the brocean?”  Typically this would be a conversation that would be confined to the collegiate houses and rooms of

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Google + is not so positive

Google + is not so positive

Aaron Holtzman February 27, 2012 0

Google + now has over 90 million users, however this is not a fair representation of how many people are actively using the site.  Although there are millions of people signing up, they are

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Argentina – NO iPhone for you!

Argentina – NO iPhone for you!

Aaron Holtzman February 19, 2012 0

Currently, if you are an Argentinian, it may be nigh impossible for you to acquire the iPhone.  Argentina’s import policies are relatively strict and require foreign companies to produce their produces on the South

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Facebook’s Next Big Challange  – How to handle the deaths of users

Facebook’s Next Big Challange – How to handle the deaths of users

Aaron Holtzman February 12, 2012 2

As more and more people continue to sign up on Facebook and online personas become more prevalent…a new issue arises: how to handle the death of a Facebook user. Current state laws which cover

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Tipping Point – Smart Phone Shipments Top PCs

Tipping Point – Smart Phone Shipments Top PCs

Aaron Holtzman February 5, 2012 1

For this past year, for the first time, smartphone shipments were greater than PCs.  There was a 62.7% increase from 2010 totaling 487.7 million units shipped in 2011 while only 414.6 million PC units

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With Liberty and Smart Phones for All

With Liberty and Smart Phones for All

Aaron Holtzman January 10, 2012 0

Huawei, a Chinese based maker of telecom-network equipment, has been exponentially growing in the U.S. market for cheaper smartphones and has finally breached the top 10 manufacturers in the world.   Currently ranked 9th, the

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Chinese GPS is operational

Chinese GPS is operational

Aaron Holtzman December 28, 2011 0

China recently launched its own alternative to the US global positioning system, the Beidou Navigation Satellite System.  This went operational on Tuesday and  currently has 10 satellites being utilized for this system.  The plan for

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Top 5 Tablets for the 2011 Holiday Season

Top 5 Tablets for the 2011 Holiday Season

Aaron Holtzman December 20, 2011 2

Christmas is literally right around corner and for those of you who are last minute shoppers (myself included), take a look at our list of the top 5 tablets. Let’s take a look first

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Online donation platforms for charities can be costly, but still better than telemarketing

Online donation platforms for charities can be costly, but still better than telemarketing

Aaron Holtzman December 19, 2011 0

Blackbaud’s 2010 Online Giving Report came out with the statistic that 7.6% of all charitable giving occurs online, and growing (up 40% from 2009).  With this influx of donations occurring online, many new platforms sprung up

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Santa isn’t the only thing about to be going down a Chimney…How The Market is now Viewing The Recent Tech IPOs

Santa isn’t the only thing about to be going down a Chimney…How The Market is now Viewing The Recent Tech IPOs

Aaron Holtzman December 13, 2011 0

Many investors who enjoy taking bets on companies that will lose value are breaking out the champagne.  They are celebrating due to the new supply of shares from these companies are pushing the cost

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