In 2012, there were 1.6 billion cell phones manufactured. These 16 billions phones were packed with arsenic, lead, and polybrominated flame retardants. Today there are even more cell phones being manufactured, and they’re threatening the health of the earth. (more…)
In a recent study by Forrester Research, global tablet sales have hit a plateau: after skyrocketing in 2010-2013, tablets are seeing a decrease and slowdown in sales, even among new models.
The research suggests that new phablets (phone-tablets), such as the Galaxy Note 4, play a role in declining traditional tablet sales. According to the study, 11 percent of responders noted that their tablet was actually a phablet, and 41 percent used a smartphone that was 5 inches wide or more. (more…)
Many network marketers strictly focus on the amount of leads that you have. They feel that the more leads that you have, the more sales that you are likely to have. You can also present more people with your great business opportunity. Many people struggle to get leads and they look for any opportunity to get more leads. (more…)
Security specialist Palo Alto Networks released a report on Sunday detailing a new form of iOS malware. This new demon is called “KeyRaider,” and it’s responsible for stealing the account information from over 225,000 Apple customers. Its specific target is jailbroken iOS devices, so if you haven’t made this change, you’re OK. (more…)