How Texting and Instant Messaging (Techspeak) Hurt Your Grammar?

February 17, 2013
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We all are social media freaks, aren’t we? We are all time chatting with our friends on Whatsapp (don’t tell me you don’t use it!), Facebook Messenger, Viber, Skype, Textie, BBM and what not! But have you ever wondered, how an increased reliance on text messaging and techspeak is destroying our writing and verbal communication skills. First of all, let me tell you what is techspeak? Techspeak is a take on english that is used […]

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How Smart Devices & Apps are Making a Difference in Today’s Education

August 12, 2012
Smart-Devices-Education

The smartphone and tablets ownership continues to skyrocket, for the very simple reason – the features and possibilities that these devices provide, do make your life a lot easy. Well, thanks for the amazing apps available which make this possible. Apps could be the sole reason you would like to go for a Smartphone or that shiny tablet, as these advanced devices are lifeless without these apps and you would rightfully agree with me on […]

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The Benefits of Texting [Infographic]

May 24, 2012
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Over time, text messaging has only earned bad reputation with analysts and experts who have always been raising concers that it ruins social interaction, writing skills and expression – not to mention it contributes to dangerous behaviour, like texting while driving. On one hand, when it has some drawbacks, however, it has more benefits – it is a very convenient and cheap way to keep in touch with your loved ones. There are a lot […]

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eBooks vs Textbooks – How Digital Books are Changing the Classroom? [Infographic]

April 15, 2012
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Throughout history, textbooks have been a burden to students. They are heavy, expensive and quickly become out-of-date. Also, new editions of textbooks make it difficuly to sell the older versions. While textbooks are still the top preference for many, eBooks are giving them a run for their money. However, technology is playing a key role in how textbooks and education are changing as a whole. Computers are now a necessity rather than a luxury in […]

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How to Keep Your Smartphone and Personal Data Safe? [Infographic]

April 12, 2012
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Everybody owns a smart phone these days and those who rely on the fantastic tools and apps these phones provide, for them spending a single day without these gadgets is a nightmare. Losing this phone which makes your life simpler by having information like your contacts, calendars, mails and a lot more, can turn your day upside down. But, if you take some precautionary tips, you can minimize the impact of losing your phone and […]

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Everything You Wanted to Know About Pinterest [Infographics]

February 15, 2012
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If you do not know about Pinterest already, let me tell you that it is the hottest new social networking site which has emerged as the runaway hit in 2012. If you already knew that, still you might not know many things about Pinterest – information like they have got only 16 people on the team, 9 Million monthly facebook connected users and 97% of Pinterest’s facebook fans are women (which makes me think women […]

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What will happen to Apple if Steve Jobs leaves? [Infographic]

July 24, 2011
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When any leader is deeply connected to a company, he can impact the whole organization in many ways. A very good example is Steve Jobs and his association with Apple. Now, just imagine if Steve Jobs leaves, what would happen to Apple? I do not see any charm if the future iPhone or iPad launches are not being hosted by the man, Mr Steve Jobs himself :). One thing is for sure, I would not […]

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Skype – The Success Story!! [Infographic]

June 5, 2011
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By now, everyone knows about Microsoft’s incredible $8.5 billion buyout of Skype which also took many by a shocking surprise. The amount of money that has been involved in the transaction is huge, keeping in mind the fact that the product in discussion is, for a majority of users, totally free to use. By the way, this is not the first time that Skype got bought out since they started in 2003. Skype has become […]

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Some interesting facts about Facebook Profile Photos [Infographic]

May 27, 2011

Facebook has the largest collection of photos compared to any other website on the internet. Flickr and Picassa, which are dedicated photo-sharing sites, are far behind in the race with facebook being expected to hit 100 billion photos this summer. According to a recent analysis, out of the total number of photos on Facebook, around 10% are profile photos. Photo organizing Facebook app Pixable has analysed about 500,000 of its users’ profiles and come up […]

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How Green is the iPhone? [Infographic]

May 10, 2011
how green is the iphone

Did you know that Apple pulls in close to 50% of the world’s total cellphone profits by selling only 4% of the cellphones worldwide, with that kind of profit and over 100 million iPhones sold Apple is an undisputed giant. So just how green is the giant’s smartphone? Some days back I shared with you an interesting funny video which shows the condition of the iWorld when Apple iPhone 44G takes over the world in […]

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How Texting and Instant Messaging (Techspeak) Hurt Your Grammar?

February 17, 2013
Does-Texting-Hurt-Your-Grammar

We all are social media freaks, aren’t we? We are all time chatting with our friends on Whatsapp (don’t tell me you don’t use it!), Facebook Messenger, Viber, Skype, Textie, BBM and what not! But have you ever wondered, how an increased reliance on text messaging and techspeak is destroying our writing and verbal communication skills. First of all, let me tell you what is techspeak? Techspeak is a take on english that is used […]

Continue Reading →

How Smart Devices & Apps are Making a Difference in Today’s Education

August 12, 2012
Smart-Devices-Education

The smartphone and tablets ownership continues to skyrocket, for the very simple reason – the features and possibilities that these devices provide, do make your life a lot easy. Well, thanks for the amazing apps available which make this possible. Apps could be the sole reason you would like to go for a Smartphone or that shiny tablet, as these advanced devices are lifeless without these apps and you would rightfully agree with me on […]

Continue Reading →

The Benefits of Texting [Infographic]

May 24, 2012
Benefits-Of-Texting-Infographic

Over time, text messaging has only earned bad reputation with analysts and experts who have always been raising concers that it ruins social interaction, writing skills and expression – not to mention it contributes to dangerous behaviour, like texting while driving. On one hand, when it has some drawbacks, however, it has more benefits – it is a very convenient and cheap way to keep in touch with your loved ones. There are a lot […]

Continue Reading →

eBooks vs Textbooks – How Digital Books are Changing the Classroom? [Infographic]

April 15, 2012