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Facebook and the content over this social media platform are really selling these days like a hotcake. You can see these ads yielding more and more amount of recognition with every passing day. Facebook has now moved beyond its tag of social networking website to an effective communication platform. Therefore it has become difficult for the entrepreneurs to ignore Facebook to exploit it for their marketing strategies. Facebook can help you in expanding your customer base along with improving your visibility and thus shaping your bottom line. Facebook ads give the entrepreneurs the opportunity to communicate with their prospective clients and promote their products or services. The below is the list of some vital tips which you need to take care while placing your Facebook ads.

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PALO ALTO, CA –Mark Zuckerberg announced that Facebook will be shut down in July of 2012. Managing the site has become too stressful.

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For many early adapters before getting into the chilly lines to grab Apple’s latest iPad, most of them are waiting for comprehensive reviews to come out to gather their thoughts of making a purchase decision. Mainly, the biggest question might be –should you keep your old iPad or buy a new one? We’ve compiled some of the best reviews we’ve read so far to get you the right information about the new iPad. Learn more after the break.

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NEW IPAD REVIEWS

Read – New iPad review by The Verge

With a breathtaking display and big hardware upgrades, does the tablet king retain its crown?

Read – iPad review (2012) by Engadget

Apple’s new iPad offers neither a massive improvement in performance nor functionality, but the new display alone makes it a great update.

Read – New iPad 3 review by TechRadar

Sharper screen, faster innards – but is it worth the update?

Read – New iPad review by PCMag

With a gorgeous ultra-high-resolution display and the widest selection of apps you can get, the new iPad is the best large-screen tablet around.

Read – New iPad Review (3rd Gen) by SlashGear

Apple doesn’t need another revolution, it has already started one, and the new iPad brings a fresh degree of refinement to a segment in which it is undoubtedly the king.

Read – Apple’s New iPad –review by TheGuardian.co.uk

The voice dictation isn’t much good, and those who want to plug in a USB hub will be disappointed. Everyone else will find the retina display and better graphics a delight

Read – The New Third-Generation iPad [Review] by Cult of Mac

Make no mistake. If the new iPad isn’t a “beefy” enough upgrade for you, you’re not just spoiled. You’re not just completely out of touch with the state of the tech landscape today. No, you’re bonkers. This is the most advanced piece of consumer mobile electronics tech available today.

When you’re playing a fast-paced game with detailed graphics, where split-second decisions mean a win or a loss, if your computer isn’t up to par, all is lost. A gamer is only as good as his computer’s hardware. Gaming computers can process huge amounts of information while playing online role-playing games or first-person shooters. These powerful gaming computers come with high-end graphics cards and lightning fast CPUs, and in many cases they use liquid cooling.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW TOP 10 COMPUTERS FOR GAMING.

Rovio not dumping the platform

Angry Birds Space will come to Windows Phone following Rovio reversal

Rovio has confirmed that Angry Birds Space will indeed come to Windows Phone handsets, contrary to an earlier statement from the developer.The Finnish company had initially said remaking the game for Microsoft’s momentum-gaining operating system would be too much work and thus it had no plans for offer the new title.Peter Vesterbacka, head of marketing told Bloomberg that: “We’re the No. 1 app in the Windows Phone app store, but it’s a big undertaking to support it, and you have to completely rewrite the application.”

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Enable Xbox Companion on Windows 8

One of the greatest Windows 8 features is the OS’s integration with Xbox. Even though this integration is minimal at the moment, you can definitely see where Microsoft is going to take it: allowing you to play Xbox games from the console on the PC, pausing and resuming, etc. Those features may not be there yet, but there are still some fun things you can do like control the Xbox using your PC. Fortunately, connecting your console to your notebook is easy.

 

Before you begin, make sure you are logged in to your Windows 8 PC with the same Windows Live account that you use on your Xbox and that both your Xbox and PC are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.

  1. Launch Xbox Companion from the Metro start screen.
  2. Turn on your Xbox Console.
  3. Go to Settings > System > Console Settings.
  4. Select Xbox Companion.
  5. Change the Xbox Companion settings to Available.
  6. On your PC, click Connect

Instagram users are uncertain as to what will be the fate of their photos and the app itself after Facebook’s acquisition, although Mark Zuckerberg has promised to keep Instagram as an independent app. At this point, there’s no definite path on what changes Facebook integration with the app would bring not to mention the privacy issues related to user data that plague the largest social networking site. On top of this ongoing uncertainty, users has been looking for ways on how they can download or backup all of the photos they’ve shared and liked on the app’s stream. CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE.

This is step-by-step instructions on how to perform untethered jailbreak of your iPhone 4S on iOS 5.0 or iOS 5.0.1 firmware using Absinthe for Windows.

READ THE FULL STORY ( INCLUDED STEP BY STEP TUTORIAL TO ROOT IPHONE 4S )

Android on a tablet is just about as good as it gets right now – with every iteration it gets better and more feature-rich, and soon the delightfully-named Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) will be available too. READ FULL STORY.

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Windows 8 is coming, and the recent Consumer Preview showed it’s very different to what’s gone before.

Out goes the Start menu, in comes the new touch-oriented Metro Start screen, new apps, new interface conventions – even experienced PC users may be left feeling a little lost.

This article is divided into 3 parts – Part 1    Part 2    Part 3