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Audi A3 Allows Internet Access On The Go

The new A3 from Audi is nearly identical to the 2012 A3, at least as far as length and height, but it will be slightly wider and will feature a longer wheelbase. The weight of the A3 has been very appealing to buyers and consumers are hoping the new A3 will have the same aluminum front fenders and hood which …

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Real Online Gambling for Zynga Games?

According to Business Insider, Mark Pincus, CEO of social gaming company Zynga, said at the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media and Telecom conference, that online gambling and Zynga’s games are a “natural fit.” “I think it’s a good natural fit. I think, philosophically, the part people haven’t noticed yet, real money gaming is the perfect fit with virtual goods and social …

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Paypal Puts Publishers’ Panties In A Wad

So what’s got e-book publisher for independent authors Smashwords and others who are concerned about censorship all worked up? Apparently, PayPal issued Smashwords an ultimatum regarding certain categories of erotica published through the site. Mark Coker, Smashwords founder reported the payment processor PayPal had told the publisher to remove books in certain categories (erotica) and threatened to stop doing business …

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Consumers’ Financial Lives Becoming More Digital

Cha-ching! In the United States, half of all bill payments made (by households with access to the Internet) are being paid online. Nearly forty percent of mobile banking users have paid a bill using their phone and one out of every four online households have used mobile banking. Interesting numbers and findings from the latest Fiserv Consumer Trends Survey announced …

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AdamEve.com Argues Over America’s Adult Content Viewing Habits

We do a lot of articles about a certain company with an Apple as their logo. This is not the one we usually report about. AdamEve.com claims to be America’s most trusted source for adults products. The company is well known for not shying away from asking questions about sexual behavior, so it shouldn’t come to anyone’s surprise that in …

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Study: Online Role-Playing Games Hurt Marriages

Online role playing games negatively affect real-life marital satisfaction, according to a new Brigham Young University study published today in the Journal of Leisure Research. The study reports that 75 percent of spouses of sword-carrying, avatar-loving gamers wish they would put less effort into their guilds and more effort into their marriage. The researchers, led by graduate student Michelle Ahlstrom, …

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The Number of Gamers Is Increasing, Says ParksAssociates.com

According to a study done by ParksAssociates.com, people are really transforming into gamers. The website defines a gamer as an individual in a broadband househols who plays at least one hour per month. The report mentions that 135 million people play at least one hour per month. It seems that most new-comers are attracted to free-to-play games on social media …

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Three Years and Facebook Deleted Photos Still Online

Facebook came forward friday, admitting that your old “deleted” pictures and other content is still online; they say the content “did not always delete images from content delivery networks in a reasonable period of time even though they were immediately removed from the site”. Facebook says they’re working on an updated system that speeds up the process for deleting old …

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Facebook Asks Journalists To Sign Non-Disclosures

Our old friend Facebook is being pretty uptight about their privacy. Reportedly, before a recent news conference, Facebook officials asked attending journalists to sign a non-disclosure agreement, which entailed protocol that they were to follow once they arrived at the Seattle branch of the company. According to kplu.org, Dan Sytman, the Attorney General sent out an e-mail that said: “Facebook …

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US Advertisers Will Spend More On Online Ads Than Print Ads In 2012

Just because Google is testing the waters of print adverts in the United States doesn’t necessarily mean there’s going to be a resurgence of print advertising in the future. In fact, total spending on print advertising is projected to continue it’s downward spiral in 2012. According to people who understand the marketing market, the decline in print ad spending in …

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