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How Augmented Reality is Set to Transform E-Commerce Web Design

By Editor, published on Feb 7, 2019

With so many e-commerce businesses emerging every single day, it’s important to think about what can be done to stay ahead of the curve.

In essence, you need to be thinking about what can be done to counter the key issues of online shopping, and while online shopping has come a long way, there’s still ways in which the high street wins.

From problems visualising items in situ, to the fitting and choosing of clothes and shoes, people are still very likely to go to an actual physical shop when it comes to making important purchases, or items they might want to try out... (more)

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How To Repair After Conflict

By Editor, published on Feb 7, 2019

When you think about it, relationships face a lot of odds. After all, it isn't possible for a person to be emotionally available to their partner 100% of the time. We all make mistakes in relationships, whether its failure to communicate our expectations or putting work ahead of our loved ones from time to time.

So, why do some people stay together while others split? It turns out that happy couples make mistakes just like the rest of us. The secret to a successful relationship lies in how couples repair after a fight.

Repair after a fight is important

Every... (more)

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Intimate Relationships and Jealousy

By Editor, published on Feb 7, 2019

Whether you’re the incredibly confident sort, or if you are someone whose self-image could do with a boost, the chances are you’ll still encounter jealousy in a relationship. In the same way that experiencing feelings of jealousy isn’t much fun, being on the receiving end of them can be seriously unpleasant, and can become suffocating. All couples encounter relationship jealousy from time to time, but only those who handle it maturely can weather the storm.

Jealousy as an emotion and its origins

Jealousy is a feeling that all of us experiences at one time or another.... (more)

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How Artificial Intelligence Makes a Difference for Banking Institutions and Customers

By Editor, published on Feb 7, 2019

Just about everybody is already hooked on to technology, from businesses to homes, everyone is looking to automate processes so they can make work and life easier. In fact, technology is slowly banishing the traditional way of doing things and rapidly taking over. In order for businesses to realize the maximum profit, it is important that transformation strategies be put in place to take advantage of technology.

Fortunately, technology is doing great in just about any sector you can think about – at least for the purposes of easing growth. The banking sector is regarded as one... (more)

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How to Turn Your AppleTV into Visual Marketing Tool

By Editor, published on Feb 5, 2019

Today, visual content is in higher demand than ever before. Last year we’ve all noticed the vital importance of visual marketing throughout all the social media platform changes and alterations with emphasis on the visual content. Connected TV ad revolution will definitely live on and prosper, Instagram TV (IGTV) will cement its role in the social media landscape in 2019 and, probably, within just a few years we there will be no other marketing but visual. The reason that no one is complaining: it works. Visual marketing shows unprecedented statistics.

So, how can you use visuals... (more)

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How to Escape Bad Credit Once and For All

By Editor, published on Feb 4, 2019

For millions of people, bad credit is a way of life. It’s the only thing they’ve ever known and there’s very little hope that the situation will improve. But don’t let your future be defined by poor credit. There is a way out – will you seek to escape?

The Effects of Bad Credit

Perhaps you have bad credit, but aren’t really worried about it. Well, you probably should be. Bad credit marks you with a scarlet letter and negatively impacts you in multiple ways. Some of the common side effects include:

High interest rates. When you have poor credit, you’re seen as... (more)

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How to Strengthen Cyber Security in Your Company

By Editor, published on Feb 4, 2019

Poorly instructed employees are dangerous for the company. This is true for any industry and position. This applies to the full in the sphere of information security: clicking on an attachment or brining an infected USB flash drive from home - and you are done, that is all. A dangerous ransomware virus now entered the company’s network, all files are locked, the work is paralyzed, the IT department looks for up-to-date backups to restore disks, and management calculates losses from downtime.

At the same time, according to Dunning-Kruger effect, illiterate employees remain full... (more)

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iCloud Could Have a Data Leak That Apple Tried to Hide

By Editor, published on Feb 4, 2019

The problem

The Turkish information security researcher Melih Sevim contacted the journalists. He said that he was able to detect a vulnerability in iCloud, which allowed him to view some of the data of other accounts in the service - for example, notes in other people accounts. The researcher was able to access both the data of random accounts and to purposefully disclose information on specific users - for this he needed to know the phone number associated with the service.

According to Melih, he was able to discover this bug in October 2018 and already in November,... (more)

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Cybercrime-as-a-Service: Prices and Offers

By Editor, published on Feb 4, 2019

The cybercrime industry cost the world three trillion dollars in 2015 and is projected to increase to six trillion by 2021. All costs are included here - for example, in an attack that uses ransomware like GandCrab v5.1, we consider not only the amount of the ransom paid but also the costs of reduced equipment productivity, the subsequent increase in security measures, reputation damages, etc.

Cybercrime-as-a-service is not something fundamentally new. Malware developers offer their products or infrastructure on the black market. But what exactly do they sell and how much does... (more)

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How the Environment in Your Home Affects Your Performance

By Editor, published on Feb 4, 2019

Clutter in your home environment can negatively affect you in many different and unexpected ways. A disorderly home can impact your productivity at work, your finances, and personal relationships more than you probably realize. But, if you are the type of person where your home is constantly cluttered, there is hope. By modifying your home environment so that it is clutter-free and well-organized, you can lead a happier, more productive, and less stressful life.

But, the way you choose to arrange your bedroom set or your living furniture is all up to you and the way you live —... (more)

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