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What You Need to Know About Apple iOS 6

The latest update to the mobile OS has received mixed reviews

Apple is rolling out a new version of iOS (iOS 6) for iPhone, iPad and…

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Google+ Reports 100 Million Monthly Active Users

The tech company also announced the acquisition of Nik Software

Google’s Senior Vice President of Engineering Vic Gundotra shared Monday that its social network Google+…

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Twitter Unveils New Look, Update for Mobile Apps

The microblogging service reveals updates on NBC’s ‘Today’ show

Twitter CEO Dick Costolo appeared on NBC’s Today show to unveil a new look for…

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New Software Helps Homeowners Avoid Foreclosure

Stephfan Nurse created a software solution to help home loan modification applicants get approved

The Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) was created to help struggling homeowners keep their homes…

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GoDaddy Outage the Result of Internal Glitch, Not Hackers

The giant domain registrar and hosting website says service outage was due to network issues

Scott Wagner, GoDaddy’s interim CEO, released a statement Tuesday about the domain registrar and web…

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Toys ‘R’ US to Launch Tabeo Tablet for Kids

The $150 tablet computer will be released on Oct. 21

With the holiday season fast approaching, Toys “R” Us is unveiling its own Android-based tablet.…

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Visa’s Tooth Fairy App Estimates Price of a Lost Tooth

The free app allows parents to calculate how much money the Tooth Fairy should leave

Visa’s tooth fairy app, a part of the financial education program Practical Money Skills, assists…

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Social Media Guide to the 2012 Presidential Election

Your one-stop shop to election news on various platforms

The social media engagement level has intensified to a fever pitch. With the political-focused digital…

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LivingSocial’s Starbucks Offer is the Best-Selling Daily Deal Ever

1.5 million gift cards were sold, according to Yipit

Starbucks’ $5 for $10 virtual gift card deal offered Wednesday on LivingSocial was a hit,…

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By the Numbers: Social Media Prevails During RNC

The numbers are in, and the Republican National Convention does well in the world of ‘social’

The Republican National Convention wrapped last week, but the GOP’s presence is still being felt…

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3 Must-Have Election-Tracking Tools

Stay in the know with these three resources

With the 2012 presidential election fast approaching, here are three political tools that will keep…

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Google Unveils Enterprise-Friendly Features for Its Apps Users

The Internet company is rolling out new business features for users with customizable versions of the platform

Nearly a year after Google allowed Apps customers access to Google +, check out the…

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With 140 characters or less, social media regulars receive the latest deets on everything from the advertures of their favorite celebs to up-to-the minute info on their close friends’ whereabouts to a blow-by-blow account of the Arab Spring. But Twitter is more than a news feed, it's also a professional tool, and following people who interest and inspire you can enhance your college experience. Instead of only following your celeb obsessions or BFFs, try useful college resources, prominent organizations and established leaders. To help you get started for back to school season, BE On Campus correspondent Damaris Skelton highlights 9 Twitter accounts that will help   keep college students in the know. Let us know your  favorite Twitter account (on or off this list) below!

InstaEDU Allows Students to Schedule Particular Tutors and Lessons

Online tutoring site announces plans to expand its offerings

Online tutoring site InstaEDU, which made a name for itself offering students on-demand tutoring, announced…

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10 Productivity-Enhancing Apps for High School Students

With numerous tech tools at their disposal, here is a list of educational apps that…

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Consistency will seal the deal  

Bloggers, you want to make sure the brand you’d like to work with knows this is more than a hobby; hence, it starts with consistency. Create a content calendar. While you will have your franchise-styled content running regularly, be flexible as opportunities for impromptu stories always arise. If you are going to be traveling, schedule posts to go live in your absence. Brands want to know you’re not going to let the ball drop.

Tech Startup GREX Creates Perfect Match Between Employers and Candidates

Atlanta-based business provides insider insight to both companies and job seekers

Tech entrepreneurs James Augustus, Jr. and Kyle Bailey founded GREX, a startup focused on matching…

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Burst App Allows Family & Friends to Share Memorable Videos

Bryant McBride, CEO of Burst, and team raised $3.5 million to create the family-friendly app

Burst, a Boston-based startup, is giving family-focused techies another reason to get excited about an…

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Use coupons for price reductions. Don’t miss out on a great deal--- compliments of a coupon---when you’re forced to purchase a brand new textbook. Sites like RetailMeNot.com and PromoCodes.com list the latest coupons and special offers by several major retailers that sell textbooks and other college supplies. A quick search is all it takes to find some attractive discounts on your next purchase.  Coupons are a good idea if you have any college courses that require you to purchase the latest edition of a book. Just be prepared for some serious sticker shock. It’s not uncommon for a new college textbook to cost $100 or more.

The Rise of Online Study Halls

College students are going digital with their study sessions this academic year

Online academic hub Chegg conducted two surveys in July of this year, both of which…

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Facebook "Expecting a Baby" Feature

Soon-To-Be Parents Can Inform Facebook Friends They’re Expecting

The social networking site allows users to notify their friends about their unborn child

Facebook unveiled a new “Life Event” for Timeline on Monday that allows Facebookers to share…

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Google Agrees to Pay a Record $22.5 Million in FTC Privacy Settlement

The Federal Trade Commission fined Google for going around Safari’s privacy settings

Google agreed to pay $22.5 million on Thursday to resolve Federal Trade Commission (FTC) charges…

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Amazon Launches Textbook Rental Service

College students can save up to 70% off the retail price on print textbooks with Amazon.com’s new renting program

Amazon, which last year started offering rental textbooks for Kindle users, today, announced they would…

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#TechieTips: 4 Things to Consider When Working With Remote Developers in India

India is one of the top countries where startups and other businesses look for talent…

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How to Keep Your Healthy New Year’s Resolutions Going Strong

For millions of people, the new year is also starting with new year resolutions around…

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