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Today Adobe announces that it will no longer produce software in the Creative Suite but rather move that functionality to web-based “Creative Cloud” applications. It’s no surprise that this has happened. All major manufacturers of software are moving towards similar … Continue reading
Facebook now lets developers push targeted ads based on users’ app preferences and purchases – The Next Web
Why does facebook exist? Because there is a way to make money with it… The level of targeting that is possible now with advertising is astounding! Look into what Google Ads can do (and why all Google services are … Continue reading
How Smart Marketers Use WordPress Like a Boss | Firepole Marketing Blog.
Windows 8 was released on Oct. 26 2012 and has since gained only 3.31% of a world OS market share. Within the College of Arts & Sciences, we have strategically decided to postpone the implementation of Windows 8 and to … Continue reading
It’s a common fallacy that Macs don’t get viruses. While it is less common that PCs it’s not impossible; in fact, it’s on the rise. ISU recomends ClamXav as an antivirus application for Macs. It can be downloaded from the … Continue reading
Internet Explorer continues growth past 55% market share thanks to IE9 and IE10, as Chrome hits 17-month low – The Next Web
Internet Explorer continues growth past 55% market share thanks to IE9 and IE10, as Chrome hits 17-month low – The Next Web.
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