Archive for May, 2012

Some SQL tips to improve your database

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Nowadays, almost no website is done without a database chunking in all the information to the viewers. Starting up from the most basic websites offering their owners content management systems to edit the text on the site, to more advanced websites that include products, e-commerce, social networking, etc… Here we will go over some basic […]

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Chrome Latest updated Now Features Built-In Tab Syncing

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Today, Google launched its latest Chrome update, version 19, for all major operating systems (Windows, Linux, Mac). Other than the usual performance improvements and bug fixes, a new feature was released: tab syncing. Now users can sync their open tabs across any of their devices, including tables and phones (running Ice Cream Sandwich Chrome Beta). […]

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Facebook logout page ad cost is at $700,000 per day !

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Facebook recently opened up a new ad placement option, the logout page. But this comes at a whopping price of $710,000 per day! For ads to reach the logout page, advertisers must spend at least $550,000 on regular news feed ads, then the logout-page placement alone runs for an additional $160,000… What companies are willing […]

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Bing gets a facelift!

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Most people might have never opened up Bing (Microsoft’s search engine – http://www.bing.com ) or simply regard it as a failed attempt. But they’ve been working! When opening up their main page, you are welcomed by slideshow background and the search bar. That, I never really understood + it looks ugly…it might be nice to […]

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Lebanon ICT Sector report

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The competitiveness of the Lebanese economy is impaired by significant weaknesses in the information and communications technology sector, according to a report issued by the World Economic Forum. The country’s failure to upgrade the vital ICT sector hinders its capacity to take full advantage of the economic and social benefits accruing from the deployment and […]

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