Google is going to start using your face and your reviews, recommendations and endorsements in its advertisements, beginning November 11, the company announced on October 11th, 2013 via changes to its Terms of Service. We are not a big fan of this change of Terms of Services, so we dug for hours to find out how we can opt-out from Google New Ads from using our faces and names.
One of my favorite features of Dropbox is ‘versioning,’ which keeps a copy of every change that you make. Every time you press ‘save’ on a document that’s in your Dropbox, a new version is saved.
Do you have a website? If you do, do you have an About (or About Us) page? Yes? Good, please go and have a look at your About page and relook at how you can improve it. Here’s one thing that never made sense to me: people make websites so others can find out more about them, but most “About Us” pages absolutely suck. They’re either really long and boring or really short and mysterious. Not many people understand the best way to go about these pages.
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[Update #1] Facebook Home is currently available in the U.S. only and it will be rolled out to other countries later. If you are interested to install Facebook Home, please go to your Google Play store to check periodically or check back to this page for more updates.
[Update #2] 17th April 2013
The Facebook Home app is now available for download in Canada and the UK. Go to your Google Play store to download it now.
Facebook Home, a suite of apps that replaces the homescreen of your Android phone with your Facebook News Feed and overhauls your messaging setup, is now available in the Google Play store.
In a business world where the customer is paying for a service, it is inevitable that a comparison will be done based on value, quality of service, scope of service, and most importantly, price. Unfortunately, a lot of people are comparing only the prices, and normally they will go for the medium to low range as they feel that it is the easiest thing to do.