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Which Google AdWords campaign type is best for you?

There’s no one size fits all in AdWords. What works for one person may not work for another. So to help you figure out what’s best for your business, let’s start by looking at some of the options available for you. Campaign type detriments things like where your ads can ...

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Is Online TV Killing Traditional TV

Is Online TV Killing Traditional TV

With the rise in SVOD (subscription-video-on-demand) streaming services e.g. Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu, the internet has become increasingly important in the way that consumers now watch television. The rise of Online TV Online TV and video services are forecast to generate $42 billion in global revenues by 2020. This ...

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Sony is unveiling two new PlayStations on September 7

Sony is unveiling two new PlayStations on September 7

SONY is releasing two new models of the PS4. The first is being called the “PlayStation 4 Slim”. It is basically thinner version of the PS4, with physical buttons instead of touch-based once. An updated controller has a visible light bar on the front and there are PS4 symbols on ...

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The military could grow future drones in chemical baths

The military could grow future drones in chemical baths

The military could grow future drones in chemical baths BAE SYSTEMS is a British aerospace company exploring this idea. They are developing chemputer, a chemical computer that uses chemicals to grow aircraft and their internal electronics. The chemputer could make drones or parts for large manned aircraft. BAE SYSTEMS is trying to ...

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Over 115 days of 100% renewable energy in Costa Rica

Over 115 days of 100% renewable energy in Costa Rica

Costa Rica has used 100% renewable energy for over 115 days. They are the first country to do it. They are now aiming for a year without any fossil fuels. Many countries in the world are following Costa Rica’s example. In Europe, Sweden leads with over 50% of their energy ...

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This extreme-weather tent could save lives

This extreme-weather tent could save lives

This tent could save millions of lives “BillionBricks”, a non-profit in Singapore, created a weather proof tent to shelter homeless and disaster-displaced families throughout the year. In the winter, the tent’s reflective skin traps body heat. In the summer, it reverses to reflect the sun and stay cool. It can ...

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Several YouTube Tips and Tricks

Several YouTube Tips and Tricks

After Google and Facebook, YouTube is the third most visited site on the Internet. With an inspiring 300 hours of videos being uploaded to the site every minute, YouTube plays a big role in shaping the world. So, let’s learn something new about YouTube and make our lives easier. Common Keyboard ...

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Coolest Weapons Ever Invented

Coolest Weapons Ever Invented

1. RAILGUNS source Precise, devastating, silent and awesome. Now they are in use by the US Navy. Railguns are quite famous in futuristic-fictional animated works. 2. KATANA source The katana proved to be the deadliest slashing weapon of its time. The construction of this curved-edge blade is an art. One ...

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Gadgets which will make life simpler and easier

Gadgets which will make life simpler and easier

Make your life easier with these several cool gadgets. The pre-heated knife This knife cuts straight through cold butter You will waste less time making breakfast in the mornings. The Wi-Fi pen Everything you write with the pen will appear immediately on your computer screen. The notice board without pins ...

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This simple science test tells you if your batteries are dead

This simple science test tells you if your batteries are dead

TIME FOR NEW BATTERIES? Everyone has a drawer filled with new and half-dead batteries, but how do you know which ones still have juice? Battery testers and volt meters will give you an accurate reading, but what if you don’t have one? With a 9-volt batteries you can touch the ...

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