Category: Featured

20 free web-based tools a small business should use

By Ted Kritsonis

Running a small business naturally requires that you make the most of the resources you have. If any of those can be had for little to no cost — and they get the job done right — then it’s hard not to buy into using them. It’s with that in mind that we’ve assembled this list of handy office tools.

Apple’s profits rise 70% behind record iPhone and Mac sales

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Apple’s success is generated by its innovation and landmark products like the iPhone 4 as well as the iPad which has taken the consumer electronics market by storm. Both devices can run over 300,000 applications sold on the App Store as well thousands of music and movie titles from the iTunes Store.

Top Facebook apps caught leaking user information

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

The Wall Street journal’s findings revealed that the apps in question were sending Facebook UID’s to at least 25 data collection and advertising firms. UID numbers can reveal a Facebook user’s name as well as other information that could lead to potential privacy issues. The leaks can apparently affect users with the most stringent privacy settings.

Amazon Kindle 3 reviewed

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

One can’t help but wonder at the foresight, care and attention that went into designing this device. The subtle yet coarse texture on the keyboard’s keys, the almost organic way it feels to the touch and the hyper-intuitive, utterly idiot-proof user interface that ties it all together defines a less-is more approach that just works. It is all about the joy of reading and this is evident.

Is the iPhone 4 worth the upgrade?

Video featuring Ted Kritsonis

Apple’s iPhone 4 may have been out in Canada for over two months, but the question of whether to upgrade to it is still one worth answering.

Diaspora: social networking with privacy in mind

By Tim Teatro

I shake my head as I watch the constant roll of articles detailing some new height of insecurity or lack of privacy in Facebook. But there’s hardly been a promising alternative: until now.