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Oct 2, 2018

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Four Things Your Competitors Can Teach You

As often as not, businesses spend too much time trying race against their competitors in establishing their branding and promotion strategies not realizing that there are a lot of things that you can learn from your competitors in terms of improving your own digital ... more


iOS and Andriod Apps You Can Use for Your Business

A wall of cork board and colorful post-it notes may look like a great accent in an office space, along with other striking pieces of art hung on an otherwise dull concrete. You can pin your to-do-list of the day, breakthrough ideas, any random thoughts, and even cut out of pictures to keep you inspi ... more


What to Expect at SugarCon – the CRM Conference for Innovative Business

We are now less than two weeks away from the kickoff of SugarCon 2018, and I can tell you now this year’s event is packed with useful content, entertaining (and educational) speakers and many fun events. A range of experts from SugarCRM and the wider industry will be offering their insight and expert ... more


Dreamforce 2018: 8 of the best moments from day three

Equality and sustainability took centre stage on day three of Dreamforce 2018. It was a day full of inspiring talks and motivating calls-to-action, along with plenty of other insights and inspiration. We’ve pulled together eight highlights  ... more


How Artificial Intelligence Helps Businesses Detect Anomalies

Every business report is made up of a rollercoaster of trends. Your sales, marketing, or revenue numbers will rarely ever be consistent across the board; highs and lows are a part of the business. If you managed to close X deals last month, hoping to close more than X deals is ambitious yet idealist ... more


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The Transportation Revolution: Self-Driving Cars Are Only the Beginning

The autonomous car has thrown the automotive industry -- an industry that is notoriously slow to change -- into the forefront of technology. The autonomous car has become a technology catalyst because it requires innovation in many areas, ranging from processor and sensor technology to artificial in ... more


Social Media guidelines for young people to be drawn up

Medical experts have been told to draw up advice on the maximum amount of time young people should spend on social media, the health secretary has said. In an interview with the Observer, father-of-three Matt Hancock said he was "very worried" about the impact on ... more


Facebook's 50 million account breach is already its biggest ever -- and may get even worse.

Facebook discovered a security breach that allowed hackers to access information for up to 50 million user accounts. The company announced the news on Friday. SAN FRANCISCO – Facebook says the accounts of nearly 50 million users were breached in ... more


Google's new Wear OS watch update is here, and it's surprisingly good. 

Google's big fall hardware event is coming on October 9, but there's no new Google Pixel Watch on the horizon. Instead, a flurry of new Google Wear OS watches are arriving to try to capture more of the wearable market. There's also a WearOS software update, available Friday ... more


India to have over 700 million smartphone users by 2022: Counterpoint

The increase in smartphone users is attributed to the growing demand of smartphones priced around Rs 10,000. India is the second largest smartphone market in the world after China. ... more

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Elon Musk reaches deal over tweets about taking Tesla private

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Netflix sued by easyJet founder in trademark dispute

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Commentary: Did the Government intervene too early in Singapore’s private housing market?

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UK warns of limits to Brexit compromises

Britain's Brexit secretary will warn the European Union on Monday that his government's willingness to compromise in divorce talks is "not without limits". In a speech to his Conservative party conference in Birmingham, central England, Dominic Raab will repeat London's threat to walk away ... more

Terrorism against our farmers must not be tolerated

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Tour This Upscale Coworking Space That Strives to Energize and Inspire Its Members

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Dangerous rapist on the run

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