Author Archives: Keith Hearn

How to Use Long Tail Keyword Phrases

Long Tail Keyword Phrases

Many websites today use long tail keyword phrases in their pages, blogs, and articles to make it highly relevant to people who are searching for specific answers to their pressing questions, and thereby, boosting website traffic. There are several benefits to use long tail keyword phrases, but if you don’t

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Google Self Driving Cars have been involved in minor accidents, but this time 4 people are injured

Google Self Driving Cars

Earlier this month, Google Self Driving Cars were being tested on the roads of Austin for the first time outside of California, since the project started in 2009. Google Self Driving Cars have been involved in minor accidents, but this time 4 people are injured. Some details of the accident

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HTC Grip launch delayed due to “extensive wear testing and user feedback”

HTC Grip

In order to boost revenues due to slowing smartphone sales, HTC announced to launch HTC Grip during Mobile World Congress back in March. It is the company’s first fitness wearable and was expected to be released this summer. But unfortunately, the company confirmed that the HTC Griplaunch has been delayed

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Angry Birds 2, the first official sequel to the original game coming soon

Angry Birds 2

We have been playing Angry Birds for more than 6 years and some of us has played Angry Birds as the first game on our first Android or iOS phones. Now, The Finland based Rovio Entertainment revealed the information that Angry Birds 2, the first official sequel to the original

 

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Apple and Samsung are working together to launch the e-SIM cards

e-SIM cards

Apple and Samsung are working together with the GSMA to launch the e-SIM cards. The normal SIM card locks in the user to a particular network, but the e-SIM cards will be embedded into the phone and will not be tied to any particular mobile operator. What did GSMA say

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Google is hunting for an SEO Expert. Does it really need one?

Google is hunting for an SEO Expert

Google is the biggest and most widely used search engine both on desktop and mobile devices worldwide. Now, we got to know that Google is hunting for an SEO Expert to help improve its rankings. The question is does it really need one? The search engine giant wants to bring

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Now transfer your data wirelessly via SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick

SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick

SanDisk has launched a new Wireless Flash Drive, which can be used to transfer data wirelessly to any device having Wifi using SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick. There are various wireless media streamers available in the market that can connect to multiple devices simultaneously but they are quite expensive. How will

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