Weekly Digital News Roundup: June 11 – June 15

The Houston Astros were an easy hacking target: Someone reportedly reused an old password The St. Louis Cardinals have dominated on the diamond in recent decades. But now the FBI is investigating ...
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Weekly Digital News Roundup: June 4 – June 8

Hewlett-Packard will pay $100 million to settle lawsuit tied to $10-billion Autonomy deal According to the LA Times, Hewlett-Packard’s ill-fated $10-billion acquisition of British software ...
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Development Environments

Setting up proper development environments is an important step in the web application development process. Having consistent environments will reduce errors in deployments, allow your team to use ...
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Weekly Digital News Roundup: May 28 – June 1

Woman drops off $200,000 Apple 1 computer at Silicon Valley recycling center According to the LA Times, a Northern California woman threw out a piece of Apple history when she gave away a ...
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Weekly Digital News Roundup: May 21 – May 25

Sick of telemarketers and robocalls? The FCC is poised for a crackdown. According to theWashington Post, twelve years ago, the federal government took aim at pesky telemarketers whose annoying ...
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Weekly Digital News Roundup: May 14 – May 18

Tweets now show up in Google search results According to the LA Times, Twitter and Google have teamed up to bring tweets to Google's search results. That means if you do a search on, for ...
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A logo and an AOL-messenger-figure is pictured at the entrance of the AOL office in Hamburg on January 12, 2010. US Internet company AOL announced on January 12 that it intends to close its French and German offices as part of a worldwide round of job cuts. In Germany, AOL will close its offices in Hamburg, Duesseldorf, Frankfurt and Munich, cutting 140 jobs, a spokesman said.    AFP PHOTO DDP / PHILIPP GUELLAND       GERMANY OUT (Photo credit should read PHILIPP GUELLAND/AFP/Getty Images)

Weekly Digital News Roundup: May 7 – May 11

Verizon is buying AOL for $4.4 billion According to Washington Post, Verizon announced Tuesday morning that it is buying AOL for $4.4 billion in what amounts to a major play by the telecom ...
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Creating Effective Marketing Campaigns

  It is difficult to create and execute a successful marketing campaign without the help of other team members, research and brainstorming. In the aftermath of Bud Light’s most recent ...
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Weekly Digital News Roundup: April 30 – May 4

Microsoft Edge: Internet Explorer is dead... but can you actually tell the difference? According to The Guardian, it’s official, Microsoft has killed off Internet Explorer, its new browser ...
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Weekly Digital News Roundup: April 23 – April 27

Nepal Earthquake Spurs Tech Companies to Action According to NBC News,after a devastating earthquake hit Nepal on Saturday, tech companies are hoping their products can help locate loved ones and ...
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