Category Archive for "Tech News"

GemFind: Official AllTop Jewelry News Source

We’re in! We are excited to share that GemFind has become an approved blog at AllTop, a global online newspaper that attracts over 1.5M users per day and focuses syndicating key industry news to the public. This is an important

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Facebook Ads Cheaper, More Effective

Before debuting amazing Q3 earnings figures, Facebook ads were proven to improve in nearly every metric in year-over-year and quarter-over-quarter comparisons. The ads are growing more effective over time and becoming even more cost-effective. Adobe’s first annual Social Media Intelligence report found that

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Facebook Gathers Data, Increases Reach with Star Ratings

Facebook continues to engage users in new ways and is testing star ratings for Facebook Places. Select users now see a “rate these places” module in the sidebar with the option to give one to five stars to places they have checked in

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84% of Smartphone Users Use Apps in the Morning

A new study reveals 84% of smartphone users check an app as part of their morning routine. Email, weather and social media are the most popular early in the day. Check out this chart from Statista and Mashable for the full breakdown: Connect

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How Google’s Hummingbird Changes Small Businesses Online

Google recently celebrated its 15th birthday. To celebrate, Google released Hummingbird, the giant’s largest search algorithm update since 2001. The change affects 90% of searches and aims to decipher through “fluff” content to deliver better, higher quality search results. How

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Samsung Galaxy Gear Smartwatch: It’s Finally Real

That’s right, folks. Your desires for a super-watch that rivals Knight Rider, Predator, Star Trek and the Power Rangers is finally here. The Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch allows for users to access the basic functions of modern smartphones in a conveniently small package.

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Apple Beats Coca-Cola, ‘World’s Most Valuable Brand’

1. Apple ($98.3 Billion) 2. Google ($93.3 Billion) 3. Coca-Cola ($79.2 Billion) Tech giant Apple (AAPL) has bumped Coca-Cola out of position as the world’s No. 1 brand. Global recognition of Apple, now the world’s most powerful brand, has soared 52% over the

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Leadership Advice from Twitter’s CEO

Twitter CEO Dick Costolo spoke at the TechCrunch’s Disrupt earlier this week. Instead of talking about his company or the latest Twitter trends, this entrepreneur and one-time shared leadership advice with the audience in his short yet passionate speech. Here

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