How Social Media for Healthcare Marketing Engages Patients and Boosts Brand Awareness

June 11, 2019

If you’re dealing with healthcare industry clients, you may be understandably hesitant to employ a social media marketing strategy due to privacy and regulatory concerns. But social media for healthcare marketing offers these organizations a unique opportunity to build relationships and inspire trust with their audiences. Because consumers, on the whole, are aware that they can’t really trust the […]

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HIV threat: No tattooing henceforth in Uttara Kannada fairs & festivals

June 3, 2019

While modern equipment is usually used for tattooing today, the concern is that some unscrupulous tattoo artistes use unsterilised needles, putting their customers’ health at huge risk, as this can spread HIV. Karwar: If tattooing is today popular among the “in” crowd in cities, it has been  common for a while now among the young and […]

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Will 5G solve signal issues at stadiums, festivals and venues?

June 2, 2019

Big events with thousands of people in attendance put a huge stress on mobile networks, meaning you’re often unable to message your friends to meet up, upload videos to social media, or livestream your favorite band playing their final encore. That’s largely due to the concentration of people using spectrum in one location over a […]

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Musical Moscow: A Summer of Festivals

May 31, 2019

In 2013, Moscow suddenly became a major festival hub. Every year there seem to be more festivals in more places — from rooftops to riverboats — with foreign and local musicians performing music of all kinds, from mellow jazz to good ole rock ‘n roll. If you live in Moscow, this might be a good […]

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Refactoring whizz: Good software shouldn’t cost the earth – it’s actually cheaper to build

May 31, 2019

Interview ThoughtWorks chief scientist Martin Fowler has written about the curious inverse relationship between quality and cost in the field of software development. The user cannot distinguish between good or bad internal design simply by observing the user interface or the features, he observed. This means that poor-quality software appears more productive in the early stages, since […]

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HP to install Israeli cybersecurity software in next-generation computers

May 28, 2019

HP Inc., the US maker of computer and printers, will install artificial intelligence-based software developed by Israeli cybersecurity firm Deep Instinct in its next generation computers in a bid to protect them from cyber attacks. Tens of millions of HP computers worldwide will be protected by the software, Deep Instinct said in a statement on […]

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7 Profitable Business Ideas In India For 2019 With Less Investment

May 28, 2019

All businesses are unique. Each one involves a core idea incepted by its founders, and is scaled to become a success. Although every business requires hard work, it is also the idea that matters. The world is changing at a rapid pace and several new business opportunities keep arriving. 2019, as a year has already […]

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2019: Arts and culture festivals you should mark in your calendar

May 27, 2019

If you are all heart for art, we have the perfect list of cultural festivals for you to attend this year. From being captivated by an enthralling dance performance to deciphering the artist’s message in a painting, we give you a complete list of art and culture events to watch out for. Mark your calendar […]

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Computex 2019: AMD Radeon RX5000 ‘Navi’ GPU Series, New CPUs Including 12-Core Ryzen 9 3900X Announced

May 27, 2019

AMD CEO Dr Lisa Su delivered her inaugural Computex keynote in Taipei on Monday morning, the day before the world’s biggest PC and technology manufacturing industry trade show officially opens its doors. Su’s Computex 2019 keynote focused on AMD’s upcoming products across the data centre, graphics, and desktop segments, and also touched upon AMD’s 50th […]

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CrossFit quits Facebook, Instagram, accuses social media giant of censorship, being ‘utopian socialists’

May 26, 2019

CrossFit, the branded workout regimen, accused Facebook of being “utopian socialists” and left the platform after the social network deleted a group dedicated to a diet. The move to quit both Facebook and Instagram came in the wake of the decision to delete “without warning or explanation the Banting7DayMealPlan,” a group that advocated a diet aimed at eating “food […]

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