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VEXXHOST

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VEXXHOST is a web hosting service Provider Company; it is very reputed and well recognized name in the domain of web hosting. This company provides hosting services with the best packages to its customers. It has well defined and packaged services with great professional touch. VEXXHOST offers many types of web hosting services which include professional web hosting, cloud hosting, reseller web hosting, semi-dedicated hosting, virtual services, fully dedicated web hosting, and many more services. With always high quality services and the best prices ever found on-line. Continue reading “VEXXHOST” »

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HostGator

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HostGator web hosting company established in 2002 is headquartered in Houston, TX, USA. It is operating under the supervision of more than 750 of technical and other staff. It is providing services for more than 200 countries in the globe. HostGator is one of the best web hosting companies operating on the market place in North American region. HostGator is a highly experienced company with experience of more than 7000 thousand domains already hosted by this company. Continue reading “HostGator” »

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Blue Host

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BlueHost web hosting company is one of the best web hosting companies of United States. It is headquartered in Provo, Utah, United States of America. It was established in year 1996. They are providing web hosting services to the customers with more than 1000 thousand domains online. The services of blueHost include the entire traditional web hosting service with almost all good features available in the package. Since it possesses experience of more than 16 years, the company is well recognized for its quality of services to the customers. It provides all services, which are needed by a normal user, a business personnel or an expert professional. It deals with the needs of all types of customers equally and efficiently. Continue reading “Blue Host” »

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IX Web Hosting

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IX-Web hosting company is one of the best web-hosting companies in this domain of business. IX web hosting company is headquartered in Columbus, OH, USA. This company was established in 1999 and since then, it has hosted more than 470 thousand domains. This is very popular company providing web host services for on-line market place. IX web hosting company is considered as one of the best companies with high class of data and network security. It offers great security features, which are very comprehensive and consolidated for a mission critical service. IX web hosting offers all packages with e-commerce spam guards; thus you get your inbox free of spam. Continue reading “IX Web Hosting” »

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Host Monster

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Host Monster is very well known web hosting company, which was established in 1996. Headquarters of the company is located at Provo, Utah in United States of America. It is providing services to clients with great satisfaction and as market competitive rates. The number of web sites hosted till date more than 1.7 millions, which is an obvious indicator of the satisfaction of its customers. It provides all the basic features of the service including unlimited disk space, unlimited domains, unlimited email accounts, unlimited bandwidth, high quality security policies, risk free data warehousing, redundant power systems, and excellent physical security of the data warehouses. Continue reading “Host Monster” »

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Just Host

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$3.75
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Just Host web hosting company was established about 10 years ago. It has operational offices in different countries like United States of America, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia and other European countries. It has great experience for more than 10 years in the field of web hosting and cloud computing. It has a very good monthly trend of customer gains. This company also offers are all the features which are normally available on the market place. The details of the feature are given below. Continue reading “Just Host” »

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Fat Cow

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$3.67
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Fat Cow is a web hosting company with more than 14 years of experience in this field. Fat Cow provider was established in 1998; headquarter of the company is located in Burlington, Massachusetts, USA. Fat Cow Company has two state of the art data warehouses located in Boston area of Massachusetts State. Fat Cow web hosting company has gone green recently and now it uses wind energy for its both data center; thus contributing to the social responsibility. Fat Cow has also office in other countries like United Kingdom, Australia, Canada and other European countries. Continue reading “Fat Cow” »

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Pitching for a new emoji? This is how you submit a proposal to Unicode

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Emojis are a ubiquitous way to communicate in this day and age, but you’ve probably wondered — how do emojis make their way to your phone’s keyboard?

Recently there has been a push for Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags to be included as emoji (yes please!) as well as petitions for redhead emoji, dumpling emoji and brands trying to crash the party.

While a petition is nice step towards raising awareness, the ultimate decision on what is accepted as a new emoji rests with the Unicode Consortium

It’s a not-for-profit organisation that standardises letters and characters on computers, a system which is called Unicode. Fundamentally, Unicode ensures that other computers can see each other’s characters, ensuring consistency and avoiding those pesky white boxes you see instead of text. Read more…

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High technology: How IT is fueling the budding cannabis industry


The cannabis industry is growing up, and it would be tough to imagine more convincing proof than Microsoft’s recent announcement that it’s getting involved.

Though the software giant will stay very much in the background — its role will focus primarily on providing Azure cloud services for a compliance-focused software push — the move is still widely viewed as a telling sign.

“Having them come out and say, ‘we’re willing to have our name in the same sentence as the word cannabis,’ adds to the legitimacy of our industry,” said Kyle Sherman, cofounder and CEO of software maker Flowhub.

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T-Mobile One is garbage, and the EFF says it violates net neutrality


T-Mobile and its fancy new ’T-Mobile One’ plans, which promise unlimited LTE data, have come under fire from the EFF. The EFF’s senior staff technologist, Jeremy Gillula, tells The Daily Dot the EFF feels T-Mobile One is a threat to net neutrality: From what we’ve read thus far it seems like T-Mobile’s new plan to charge its customers extra to not throttle video runs directly afoul of the principle of net neutrality. He went on to note the FCC’s rules “explicitly said that ISPs can’t throttle traffic based on its type, or charge customers more in order to avoid discriminatory throttling.”…

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