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M801d-A3R We had the luxury of being able to sit down with one of these bad boys to give it a shot to see how it compares to the competition, o see if it lives up to the hype Vizio has created around it, and to see if we would be tempted to buy one ourselves. First, I have to say we were impressed. There has been a lot of talk lately about the Sharp 80″ LED TV and 90″ LED TV, and although we liked what we saw with those, we were not impressed by the price vs quality.…

Seagate recently launched their new 4TB drives and boy do they fall into the category of both affordable and functional. We had the honor of being able to try out some of these new drives and were amazing at what we found. The performance of these drives was great providing speeds that any PC user could benefit from. We were able to transfer large loads of information to them quickly and the drives maintained good temperatures as well through-out the process. By large loads of information, I mean we stress tested the “crap” out of these drives. The internal 4TB…

Author: Laura Lake There is no debate online customer reviews are important whether you are selling a product or offering a service. We know that consumers look to friends, family and even strangers for feedback and recommendations on services and products. They trust word of mouth marketing. We use the internet to research before we buy, so what people say online matters and influence whether or not someone purchases from you. The digital world has made information readily available, there are even applications that allow us to scan a bar-code and get immediate feedback. We want to know what others have…

Author: Laura Lake There was a day that when it came to local business getting ranked in search engines they faced challenges because they were competing with strong national brands. It was tough to get that first page listing unless you had a master search engine optimization guru working on your side. While today we still face many challenges with search engines one thing is true it’s getting easier to get local businesses listed on the front page of search engines, but you must be strategic. Statistics always motivate me, perhaps the case for you as well. Take a look…

Congress is meeting on the idea of passing a bill that would force sales tax onto online purchases. This would effect everyone from large corporations like Amazon to simple users/sellers on ebay who are looking to simply make a few dollars. eBay’s John Donahoe (President and CEO) has reached out with a letter and an option to make it easy to share your opinion against the matter with your local politicians taking all the world out of it. You simply digitally sign it and they send everything for you. No cost, no stress, no worry. It is also backed up…

Author: WebProNews Some webmasters are afraid to link to their own content, for fear of Google penalizing them. This isn’t exactly new, but the point is being emphasized lately (ironically by Google itself). Has Google ever worried you about your own linking practices? Let us know in the comments below. This past week, Google Google’s Matt Cutts addressed the following question in a Webmaster Help video: Suppose I have a site that covers fishing overall (A) & I make another fishing site that solely focuses on lure fishing (B). Does linking to A from B violate guidelines? I’ll make sure…

Author: Zach Walton (Web Pro News) Some of the major ISPs in the U.S. implement bandwidth caps in the name of controlling network congestion, but most caps are just a backhanded way of making more money. One senator is targeting the practice to bring better Internet availability and speed to users across the U.S. TechDirt reported Thursday that Sen. Ron Wyden, Internet freedom fighter, has introduced a new bill called the Data Cap Integrity Act. The bill would “give consumers the tools they need to manager their own data usage, institute industry-wide data measurement accuracy standards for ISPs, and impose…

Author: Sean Michael Kerner  (Internet News) It has been more than two years since the last major release of PHP, with PHP 5.3 debuting in June of 2009, which means it’s almost time for a new major release. PHP 5.4 is currently in beta and will make multiple improvements over the current PHP 5.3 release. “There are a lot of improvements in PHP 5.4, especially around performance and memory use,” quoted Andi Gutmans, CEO of Zend. “The fact that we’ve given it the beta name, it means the product is already pretty complete. The community feels good about what’s in…

Author: Sean Michael Kerner (Internet News) PHP was the core language of the 1.0 era of the web, bringing scripting to the emerging Internet. PHP vendor Zend now wants PHP to be the language for the cloud and today announced a new service to do just that. The PHPcloud.com service is built on top of Amazon and provides developers with an application platform. The developer cloud component provides developers with a PHP sandbox for apps that provides code tracing to help improve applications. “We believe that that cloud enables us to deliver a significant step up in developer productivity,” Andi…

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