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Among the many major American company CEO, Mark Zuckerberg’s name turned out to be the most popular. It is also revealed by the work site called Glassdoor.com. They also released some names CEO who has good relations with its employees. Among the many companies in the U.S. CEO, Mark Zuckerberg gets the highest rating, which is equal to 97 %. In second place,...

Samsung is quite naughty when doing an ad for his product. Not infrequently, they were making fun of the product from its competitors. They even dare to make fun of HTC at home alone, precisely in Taiwan. Quoted from Phonearena, due to such delinquency, Samsung had to obtain sanction from the Fair Trade Commission (FTC) Taiwan. The sanction was given to Samsung because...

One of the world’s most popular free email services today, Gmail reported can not be accessed by multiple users. More details, Gmail users in Latin America are difficult to access his email. Quoted from Softpedia, Google is conducting a related investigation can not inaccessibility Gmail in Latin America. “We are investigating reports of an issue with...

A new feature is now added by Google email service Gmail and Google Docs. Users of both services can input text using the touchpad or mouse. This is because they already have support for handwriting input. To use these features, the first thing to do is activate the input tools. To do this in Google Docs, you can press Ctrl + Shift + K. Meanwhile, on a Mac, you have...

Instagram is one app that is very popular, especially after come to Android. And soon, Windows Phone users can even use the Facebook application is owned by them. And this is not a rumor anymore as it is rumored ever. CEO and founder of Instagram, Kevin Systrom said that its main purpose is to provide app Instagram for everyone who wants it. No exception is Windows...

An increasing number of users of mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets have a positive impact with the use of the internet. No exception is increasing access to popular sites like YouTube. Google also recently announced that 40 percent of traffic on file sharing sites came from mobile devices. The amount is also increased when compared to last year. In 2012,...