Monthly Archives : February 2018

Did Dark Matter Make The Early Universe Chill Out?


Artist’s rendering of how the first stars in the universe may have looked. N.R.Fuller/National Science Foundation/Nature hide caption toggle caption N.R.Fuller/National Science Foundation/Nature Artist’s rendering of how the first stars in the universe may have looked. N.R.Fuller/National Science Foundation/Nature Scientists have probed a period of the universe’s early history that no one has been able to explore before — and…

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How to Make Money Consistently With Your App Without Annoying Ads


You don’t need frustrating, in-app ads to make money. February 28, 2018 4 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Monetizing an app is a tricky business because most people expect to be able to download a new app for their phone without paying. The problem, of course, is that as an app developer, you need to be paid…

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How to overcome unique B2B digital marketing challenges


When it comes to business-to-business (B2B) marketing, anyone who has been operating in the space understands it comes with a particular set of challenges. Unlike marketing to consumers, B2B companies often have to deal with longer sales cycles, smaller audience markets, and higher ticket prices. In addition, they must first generate leads to follow up on as opposed to selling…

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Samsung is no longer rushing to be first, and that’s worrying


Samsung is the largest Android OEM and, depending on who you ask, either the first or second biggest smartphone maker/seller. Despite the strong numbers, Samsung isn’t exactly regarded as the most-behaved. Except to its avid fans, of course. Among other criticisms, it is notorious for trying to always beat its competitors to market new features, the “here first!” syndrome. Not…

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Moon’s water might be widespread


Waxing moon – February 26, 2018 – via Vidhyacharan HR in Waltham, Massachusetts. If the moon has enough water, and if it’s reasonably convenient to access, future explorers might be able to use it as a resource. Any liquid water on the moon’s surface would be quickly lost to outer space. But since the 1960s, scientists have suggested that water…

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Bill Gates: I Don’t Think Bitcoin’s Anonymity is a Good Thing


(Simon Dawson/Bloomberg) Earlier today, Microsoft founder Bill Gates commented on bitcoin, initial coin offerings, and cryptocurrencies more generally during a Reddit AMA. In his comments, Gates stated that the use of cryptocurrencies for anonymous payments is not a good thing due to the difficulties it creates for law enforcement when going after criminals. Gates has commented on Bitcoin multiple times…

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The Galaxy S9’s dual-aperture camera is great marketing


Samsung’s Galaxy S9 launch event here at Mobile World Congress 2018 was a weird one. The company went through familiar motions, but the usual buzz and excitement for its new flagship phone weren’t really there. Thanks to the toxic mixture of incremental upgrades relative to the existing Galaxy S8 and the usual pre-announcement cycle of leaks and revelations, there just…

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Massive Stellar Flare Hits Planet Proxima B Making Life Less Likely


A new study has found that the solar system’s nearest star Proxima Centauri hit its planet Proxima B with an enormous stellar radiation last year. It suggests that Proxima B is not habitable because such flares have been occurring for billions of years.  ( Roberto Molar Candanosa | Carnegie Institution for Science, NASA/SDO, NASA/JPL ) The nearest star to the…

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miBoodle: The Platform That’s Opening Up Earning Money Online to 3 Billion People Across the World


LONDON, Feb. 27, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Making money online used to be the privilege of big business and those with the ability to utilise the full power of digital marketing. However, the world of online advertising is about to open up to the general public thanks to the forthcoming launch of miBoodle. miBoodle is an online platform that enables anyone to…

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