Tags » Instant Messaging

In China, more people now access the internet from a mobile device than a PC

China has been going through an explosive internet adoption period, with mobile playing a key role in getting people online.

And now, the latest report… 479 more words

E-commerce

Five Options for Enjoyment utilized by teens!

Teen-age time period is considered to be the vital time frame of a person’s life span. Apart from hormonal enhancements, there are numerous modifications that influence their thinking, way of life and their practices. 604 more words

Free SMS To India

That Scandal the Obama Administration Assures Us Is Not a Scandal Sure Seems Scandalous

Wow:

Anyone paying attention to the Internal Revenue Service scandal has been waiting for the next smidgen to drop. Well, two more hit pretty hard this week.

190 more words

A matter of choice

It’s been over a decade when Nokia came up with its tagline “Connecting People”. And it did stand by it unlike some brands which have a tagline simply for the sake of having it. 597 more words

Confessions

Have we already stopped writing emails?

It has been long since I got a mail in my inbox – a personal email. Spams, notifications, promotional emails is all what I get these days. 136 more words

Love, Life, And Literature

IRS: 'There Is No Other Plausible Explanation'

For The Washington Post, mirroring punditfromanotherplanet‘s favorite ongoing themeEd Rogers writes: Anyone paying attention to the Internal Revenue Service scandal has been waiting for the next smidgen to drop. 447 more words

U.S. News

Lois Lerner Upon Learning That Instant Messages Not Saved: "Perfect"

In case anyone in the world still thinks that there is no there “there” when it comes to the IRS harassment of conservative groups in order to subvert the 2012 presidential election, here is a copy of an email exchange between Lois Lerner and IRS technology staff member Maria Hooke, with Nannette Downing, manager of the IRS Exempt Organizations Exam Unit, cc’d in (the order of emails is from the bottom up). 195 more words

Politics