Tag Archives: Should

12 Blogs Every Small Business Should Be Reading

Last month I encouraged everyone to make blog reading part of their day. While it’s easy to ignore your daily reading list or think it’s not a productive use of your time, the truth is staying up to date on blogs is a great way to stay in tune with what’s happening in your industry, educate yourself on new trends, and ... Read More »

Should You Automate Your Instagram Marketing?

If you’re halfway through the year and your 2017 Instagram goals are starting to feel a bit too ambitious, bots may sound like a good answer. Instagram automation tools help tons of accounts reach new audiences with algorithms that target users using generic comments, likes and follows, which every so often leads to those users checking out your account and, hopefully, ... Read More »

This is why iPhone owners should NEVER swipe-up to close apps

iPhone owners should not close their open apps, it could cost them battery life If you own an iPhone, you’ve probably heard the myth that closing down all of your open iOS apps will save battery life. Whether the theory actually works has long been a topic for debate amongst iPhone owners. However, we may finally have a definitive answer ... Read More »

Jayden K Smith: Why you should ignore this Facebook hacker hoax

Contrary to that message, there is no hacker called Jayden K Smith CREDIT: REUTERS  Telegraph Reporters  10 JULY 2017 • 11:50AM Facebook users are being duped into circulating a hoax message warning them not to accept friend requests from an account called Jayden K Smith. The message, being sent via Facebook Messenger, warns that the account is a hacker who “has the ... Read More »

Facebook’s Pride reaction should be available to everyone

Facebook is taking some heat for the pride reactions roll-out this month. The social media network added a rainbow reaction to its standard reactions in support of LGBTQ pride month. The problem: in places like Russia, users don’t have access to the new reactions. This isn’t the first time Facebook has kept special limited-time reactions to certain areas; it didn’t ... Read More »

Lost your job? Here is what you should do to put your money matters in order

Pink-slip is the talk of the town if you are employed in the information technology sector. While changing technology and policies of Donald Trump marred the sentiment in IT sector, the demonetization exercise carried out last year has hit many domestic businesses, which have fired many of their employees. Here are a few money tips that will ensure peace of ... Read More »

Nintendo Switch Review Round-Up: Should You Buy Nintendo’s Latest Console?

HIGHLIGHTS The Nintendo Switch releases internationally on March 3 The console has seen mixed reviews Its online component has not been put through its paces just yet Ending fans’ long wait, the Nintendo Switch console will be launched on March 3. While we’re yet to get our hands on a unit for a Nintendo Switch review, more than a few sites ... Read More »

Why you should stop pressuring kids over grades

  Why you should stop pressuring kids over grades If you want your kids to become successful later in life, better avoid pressuring them over grades, suggests new research. Parents should not obsess over grades and extracurricular activities for young schoolchildren, especially if such ambitions come at the expense of social skills and kindness, as doing so can work against ... Read More »

Demonetisation: Rs. 500, 1000 Notes Should Be Allowed for Purchase of Mobiles, Says ICA

Mobile phone industry body Indian Cellular Association has asked the government to allow use of old Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 notes for the purchase of handsets and claimed that their sales have come down by 50 percent due to cash crunch post demonetisation. In a letter to Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, the association said, “The mobile handset sales have ... Read More »

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Should Not Be Used on Planes, Japan’s Regulators Warn

Japanese aviation authorities on Friday followed their US counterparts by urging passengers not to turn on or charge Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones on aircraft following reports of explosions from faulty batteries. The South Korean smartphone maker last week suspended sales of the “phablet” and recalled 2.5 million units following the reports. After the US, Japan’s transport ministry followed suit ... Read More »