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Whenever your vows were said by you, what were you expecting?
By  •  September 4, 2015  •   •  1,364 words

I believe in the event you were similar to ladies, you considered you entered a relationship. You would appreciate distributed power? I gamble you???ve discovered something fairly diverse , though. I guess he loves to have power over you , … Read the rest

Yet One Online Academic Writing Resource Is Given a Close Look. Amateur or Winner?
By  •  August 31, 2015  •   •  764 words

Samedayessays is an experienced writing company that has won over the wide the circle of admirers. Young peope throughout the world leave their learning dilemmas to the academic writing agency. What exactly attracts them above all? You are welcome to … Read the rest

Hold the phone: retailers eye payments via smartphone
By  •  March 26, 2012  •  Network World •  2,056 words

Near Field Communication (NFC) will enable contactless mobile payments at the register

An emerging technology called Near Field Communication will soon give new meaning to the phrase “tapped out.”
Once NFC systems become widespread, which could happen as soon as
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China’s Central Bank Looks To Force Online Shoppers To Use Their Real Names
By  •  January 13, 2012  •   •  172 words

All of China’s bank-led payment platforms and third-party payment providers would have to ensure their customers use their real names when paying online under regulations the People’s Bank of China proposed Jan. 5. Use of nicknames or false names poses … Read the rest

Google’s Two-Factor Authentication More Widely Available
By  •  August 2, 2011  •  Cloud Computing Exchange •  302 words

Google’s two-factor authentication system is now available in 150 countries and 40 languages, the company recently said. The service — which was previously available only in English — allows individual users to opt for a second login step, which sends … Read the rest

Next Stop: OpenSim!
By  •  January 11, 2011  •  THE Journal •  2,939 words

An emerging virtual world platform is the destination of droves of emigrant avatars, as a price hike and the shutdown of the teen-only grid have prompted an educator exodus away from Second Life.

— Don’t tell Kyle Gomboy about any

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iPads storm the enterprise
By  •  January 9, 2011  •   •  1,459 words

Apple’s new application-level encryption paves the way for companies to run business apps on the iPad

As global accounts director at Altus, Inc., Michelle Klatt’s job is to visit Fortune 500 companies and demonstrate her firm’s video management software. When … Read the rest

Four Keys to Locking Down Your iPad
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Even though the iPad is designed primarily as a consumer device, salespeople are increasingly adopting it because of its ease of use, convenience, and coolness factor.

Mobile security firm Good Technology Inc. reports that the iPad’s share of enterprise deployments … Read the rest

Tokyo’s Jaccs Launches An Eco-Themed Credit Card
By  •  January 7, 2011  •   •  332 words

Jaccs Co. Ltd. has launched a MasterCard-branded credit card designed to help improve the environment, the Tokyo-based card-issuing subsidiary of Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group announced Dec. 10.

All legal residents in Japan ages 18 or older may apply for the … Read the rest

How to Keep Corporate Avatars Safe
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Immersive virtual environments — the kind where you have an avatar walking around that looks like a cartoon version of you — are increasingly being used by companies for virtual meetings, training, and collaboration.

The idea is that a virtual … Read the rest