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It all started out with Windows default program called ‘Paint’ most of us will remember paint. Paint was replaced long ago by another graphic editing program that represented a true revolutionary step forward – Photoshop by Adobe, or as it is known today Adobe Photoshop. The basic idea behind Adobe Photoshop is to make complex graphic design and editing as simple as possible.

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Twitter is the online social networking micro blogging portal and according to data published, it has nearly 646 million registered users, out of which nearly 230 million are actively using the  social network. It is increasingly important for business enterprises to use Twitter, as a means to promote their business. Twitter can be used by businesses as a marketing tool to establish brand awareness, or to create a successful user following. Tweets can be used as advertisements to connect with right people with the right information.

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SEO in 2014

My how things have changed.  In two short years, the search engine optimization industry has been turned on it’s head thanks to Google’s Panda and Penguin updates.  Gone are the days where backlinks are the key to a high search engine result.  This year, search engine optimization means something completely different than in years past.  Long gone are black and grey hat tactics.  It’s time to put in some hard work!

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It looks like Sony has taken a bold step in the console wars by waiting to release the PS4 a few months after the Xbox one came out. Sony released the PS4 first in America and later UK and Europe. Sony has managed to undercut the Xbox price by $100 (which retails now at $399) with a promise to provide a "frictionless and seamless" gaming experience. The verdict is out and people are impressed by what both Sony and Microsoft have offered next generation gaming.

These days, almost everyone is online, and consequently cyber security is of ever-increasing importance.  We’ve all heard stories about identity theft, password phishing, credit card fraud, and all sorts of online related crimes that happen.

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