Archive | October, 2012
30 Oct

Financial Post | Business

Quarter after quarter, Apple Inc. continues to report tens of billions in revenue, but the tech giant’s bottom line seems to be coming under increasing pressure, something executives are attributing to a flurry of recent product releases.

In a busy week that included the much-anticipated reveal of the iPad Mini on Tuesday, the Cupertino, Calif.-based company reported its fourth-quarter earnings Thursday after markets closed.

The results included solid sales of US$36-billion that came in slightly ahead of expectations but net profit that fell short of what analysts were hoping.

And in its guidance on the upcoming quarter — which includes the key holiday shopping season — Apple projects it will report the most quarterly revenue on record but earnings per share less than in the same period last year.

We’re managing the company for the long run and will continue to make great long-term decisions

On a conference call with…

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I have a dream… and I need your help to make it happen

30 Oct

Cristian Mihai

A few months ago I had this idea. I don’t remember where I was or what I was doing, but I do remember that it felt like a very good idea. I didn’t write it down, but I didn’t forget it either.

The thing was that I wanted to build a new website. One that would act as a sort of art/culture platform for promoting young artists. Writers, painters, photographers, you name it. You know, the type of website that would review independent movies and self-published books.

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Embedding Images from Instagram

30 Oct

The Blog

We know many of you document and share your experiences with Instagram, so we’re excited to announce that you can now embed images from Instagram on your blog.

As with other embeds, it’s quite easy. First, copy the image’s URL from your web browser’s address bar while viewing the image:

Then, while you are editing a post or page, simply paste the URL on its own line:

So for example, this text and URL:

will display this on your blog:

The URL automatically embeds the largest size of the image that fits into the content area. Alternatively, you can control the size of an image using shortcode. For example:

A few days to catch my breath. Finally.

A post shared by cheri lucas rowlands (@cherilucasrowlands) on

embeds this image instead:

An image is automatically linked to the URL of its original Instagram page, so when readers click the image on your blog, they are taken to its full-size version.

It’s another quick and easy way to…

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Samsung Galaxy

29 Oct

Latest Nexus 7 Technology

Samsung Galaxy

It is confirmed by Samsung chief Jk Shin that the manufacturer is set to introduce 4-inch mini versions of Samsung Galaxy

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29 Oct

Wedding Photography A Way to Capture Best Moments of your Life

27 Oct

5 Best Tips To Eliminate Forged SEO Agency

25 Oct