Monthly Archives: April 2014

Yip: New red flag on risky credit card users – Dallas Morning News

Yip: New red flag on risky credit card usersDallas Morning NewsAs if you really need it, here’s another reason not to carry a balance on your credit card. See on http://www.dallasnews.com

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Follow these steps to help improve your credit score and debt. – ABC News

ABC NewsFollow these steps to help improve your credit score and debt.ABC News“Excessive credit card debt should be seen as a warning sign that a person is in the financial danger zone,” said Gail Cunningham, spokesperson for the NFCC. See

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DNews: Could Your Body Parts Replace Credit Cards? : DNews

Credit card security breaches are becoming more and more common, and customers’ personal information is being exposed. Could biometric payment methods replace credit cards altogether? See on news.discovery.com

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Mobile biometrics still in infancy | ITWeb

Both Samsung and Apple’s high-end devices have been cracked by using a false finger on their newly incorporated biometrics technology. See on http://www.itweb.co.za

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Apple iPads to get Fingerprint Scanner According to Apple iOS 7.1 Code Hint: Report

Your next iPad might just have a finger print scanner according to a new hint. See on http://www.ibtimes.co.uk

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Apple iWatch: Five Things to Look Forward on Smart Gadget

Rumors have been floating around on that Apple is engineering a fashionable iWatch for about sometime and is ready to release this smart gadget within 2014. With so much web frenzy going on, there are five things to look forward

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Microsoft Web Browser Has Security Flaw – Wall Street Journal

Washington PostMicrosoft Web Browser Has Security FlawWall Street JournalMicrosoft on Sunday warned about a flaw affecting versions 6 through 11 of its flagship browser. See on online.wsj.com

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Want a Killer Content Strategy? Do These 6 Things Well

Online content is ridiculously powerful. High quality content can communicate that you’re a bonafide expert, turn you into a member of the Twitterati, and make people fall in love with your brand. Online content is the Internet’s version of a Bosch power

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Google Plus SEO: Trust, Reputation and Authority

“Search engine optimization (SEO) is changing. See on http://www.plusyourbusiness.com

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How To Become A Content Master On LinkedIn

Lana Khavinson, Small Business Segment Marketing Lead at LinkedIn, says most people who come to LinkedIn already have a professional mindset, and they are looking for all kinds of content–from articles and blog posts to infographics and charts–that will help

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