Skype for Android will now have Ads

Microsoft today updated Skype for Android. The new version, Skype 4.3, now has an improved call connection over Wi-Fi and supports for 14 new languages. The updated version will also showcase ads to free users. Paid users will continue to have an ad-free experience. Read more
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Microsoft Unveils the Surface Pro 2

Microsoft unveiled the Surface Pro 2 today. The new tablet has a 75% improvement in battery life, making the device highly practical for heavy users. Additionally, the Surface Pro 2 has four UPS Ports and a modified kickstand that allows users to adjust it in different positions Read more

TedxSFU 2013 - Make it Yours!

On a cold, fall Saturday morning, 400 people came from different parts of Greater Vancouver to attend this year’s TedxSFU at SFU. The event was organized by passionate SFU students and alumni volunteers. This year’s theme was Make it Yours and aimed to encourage youth and youth at heart to not only invent bright ideas, but also turn them into reality. Read more

Apple CEO Tim Cook is now on Twitter

Apple CEO Tim Cook is officially on Twitter. Cook published his first tweet this afternoon through his account @tim_cook to celebrate the launch of the new iPhone as well as thank the Apple customers who waited in line for it. Read more

E-Commerce and SEO Tips for the Holidays

Christmas is always important to retailers as holidays sales can account for as much as 40% of a store’s annual revenue. Since many optimization tactics may take time to execute and see results for, you should try to get a head start as soon as possible if you run an e-commerce site. Below are 6 ways to gear up your SEO efforts for the upcoming holiday season. Read more

Buffer reaches 1 Million Registered Users

Buffer, the social media management service, has reached one million registered users this month. The social media management company has 16,204 paying customers who are on the Buffer Awesome and Buffer for Business ‘pro’ plans. This has enabled Buffer to earn $2 million in revenue per year. Read more

Microsoft tries to erode Apple Users' Brand Loyalty

Microsoft’s retail trade-in program is now accepting iPhone and BlackBerry devices, as well as Android phones and tablets. The trade-in program, which Microsoft initiated last week in collaboration with Clover Wireless (a private label for recycling electronic equipment), allows mobile users to purchase Windows devices in exchange of a reimbursement. Read more

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