Monthly Archives: May 2012

Axiatel’s Virtual Switchboard Makeover

The always innovating Axiatel, has once again shown that their best gets even better. Completely redesigning the Virtual Switchboard service, Axiatel has added more features and simplified the layout for an even more easy to use service. With everyday lives … Continue reading

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A different Way to Look at Thermostats

Do you know where your thermostat is and what it looks like? It is probably the typical grey/white rectangular box that is found in nearly every home. However, this week the Nest Learning Thermostat opened its doors to Canada to … Continue reading

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Apple Shares Dropped by NYU Finance Prof

Aswath Damodaran, finance professor at New York University, has decided to trade in all his Apple stocks recently.  Many don’t understand why anyone would trade Apple stocks as the company seems to be doing so well even after the company’s … Continue reading

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Check Out Sony’s New Ultrabook 2012 – Vaio T13

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Investing in Facebook’s IPO?

Facebook has released their IPO at $38 USD per share, where it was possible they could have raised up to $16 billion. Aimed at being one of the largest IPOs in history, they didn’t acheive that goal exactly.  The share … Continue reading

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Google Receives Ultimatum from the European Union

Google has only a number of weeks to state what they plan to do to address the alleged exploitations they have committed due to their search engine top position.  Joaquin Almunia, European Union Antitrust Chief, handed down the decision to … Continue reading

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Behavioural Advertizing in Canada

Have you noticed yet that your ads seem to have a mind of their own and offer you things that bizarrely relate to your interests?  Well if so, you’re not alone, and many think it’s pretty creepy that ads ‘know’ more … Continue reading

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