September 2nd, 2014 by Tanbir
On the eve of the release of the iPhone 6, a simple fruit matching game is storming up the iTunes charts. The app, GoGoFruitRush, is a free game that challenges players to make matches out of similar fruit. The more fruit you can connect in a single match, the more points you receive. Matching the fruit is easy compared to actually trying to put the game down. Itshighly addictive nature has been likened to recent fan favorites such as Flappy Bird, 2048, and Candy Crush. Downloads of the game suggest it could be poised to take the top spot soon enough.
Released in April of this year, the app received marginal success until fate stepped in. The story goes that a guest at a recent A list party mentioned the game to Kim Kardashian West in a casual conversation.
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September 1st, 2014 by Tanbir
Finding a trustworthy WordPress cloud service is probably the toughest challenge in a newcomer’s venture. A brief search over the Internet will provide plenty of solutions. Each of them promises the world, yet the lack of experience might throw you into the arms of a dishonest and unreliable hosting provider. Luckily, a little research will provide all the answers you need.
If you think that support is always available for free, you are wrong. In fact, this is not such a common rule in the cloud industry. Unlike shared hosting plans, cloud pricing might depend on the support as well. You can find both managed and unmanaged servers. The managed ones employ an engineer to take care of all the upgrades and updates required by the server. An unmanaged one gives you more freedom, yet you obviously require a little experience if you truly want to maintain the server by the book.
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August 29th, 2014 by Tanbir
There is a reason wherefore more and more people use emails over letters – they are practically instant and can be read within hours only. However, there are situations when an email cannot really replace your correspondence, especially if you need to send large packages. This technology just has not been invented yet. But then, a little research can lead you to top notch services that can actually ensure a quick delivery, as well as access to items that you may not necessarily find in your area. Just because you travel a lot of you work abroad, it does not mean that you cannot benefit from some high quality stuff manufactured in the United States of America.
Parcels Abroad GP has been specifically developed to build a bridge between the US market and international shoppers. When plenty of US based stores refuse to ship worldwide due to taxes, this company does it. Its warehouses can deliver items as you buy them or you are free to wait until your stuff piles up before being sent. It is a lot more cost efficient to opt for combined shipping, but it depends on how fast you need the respective items.
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August 25th, 2014 by Tanbir
Keeping your website up to date and ensuring that it is secure from malicious attacks is getting more and more challenging, especially that hackers are getting better at what they do.
There is a number of tools and programs (free and paid) that you can use to scan your website or web server for weaknesses, the only problem is that at the end of the day these are just programs and will never be as smart as the human mind, even the best security programs seem to miss some critical vulnerabilities in many cases, therefore the best way to ensure that your web application is secure is to hire a professional to test it, professionals usually use both manual and automatic (using programs) methods to find weaknesses in your application, this way you get the best of both worlds.
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August 23rd, 2014 by Tanbir
There are many uses of the cloud, but the most well-known use of the cloud is probably in relation to file storage and sharing. Because of the cloud, it is now much easier to access large files online, and there is no more need to send large attachments anymore. Another important use of the cloud is in relation to cloud databases. As the majority of web applications need a database, cloud databases help developers as the entire infrastructure and monitoring is done as a service rather than by a database administrator
CRM (Customer Relationship Management) systems are also using the cloud. Companies are benefiting from having cloud-based CRM systems dealing with customer information and revenue. Email is another application that is ready to move over to the cloud. Rather than hosting an Exchange server under a desk of a company, it would be more appropriate to move email to the cloud.
» Read more: Common Uses of the Cloud