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The Future of Laptops in This Tablet PC Era
Posted by Asha
It’s fair to say laptops have come a long way since the early 1990s must adapt, while tablets and laptops are both suited to particular environments, each could learn from one another. While the clam-shell laptop is tried and tested it does have its drawbacks and limitations, in the future it is very likely that we will see new types of laptops moving away from the clam-shell design. Dual screen and sliding laptops have already made an appearance these early concepts , LCD displays have been replaced with sleek HD screens and the once plus-size machines are now zero sized models. If laptops have evolved so much in that space of time, where can they go from here; especially in this so-called post-PC era where tablets PCs are all set to take over computing world?
One important element of the laptop design has stayed persistent during the past 20 years, the conventional flip lid, protecting the screen and providing a sturdy base for a the keyboard it’s the back-bone of any laptop. But with the emergence of the tablet market, advances in technology and changing materials this could be about to change.
The rise of tablet PCs means laptops will undoubtedly see many iterations in the coming years, which could see them grab back some of market share tablet PCs have recently taken. Power, the Achilles heel of laptops, we’ve all been there desperately trying to complete a task before the life in your laptop drains away. Wouldn’t it be amazing if laptops could hold their charge for days on end, unfortunately that’s not going to happen anytime soon. However smarter technologies such as inductive charging could soon put AC adaptors into retirement. For this to happen charging pads will need to be widely adopted, just imagine sitting on the train using your laptop while it charges via the surface you’re using, yea!
Top 3 SEO Tips For Higher Search Engine Ranking
Posted by Asha (Tech Chunks).
SEO Tip #1 Write Great Page Titles and Headings
Make sure that you use keywords that people are searching for in your page’s header tags (i.e. h1 tags, h2 tags, h3 tags etc). Also, be sure the H1 tag on every page is accurate and describes the page’s content without ambiguity. Good headlines are good for your users, and good for the search engines.
SEO Tip #2 Make the Most out of Title Tags
Make it a practice to make your article title tag contain keywords that are important to your SEO efforts. Make sure those keywords show up near the front of your title as Google only picks up the first sixty to seventy characters. Don’t just list a bunch of keywords; take a targeted approach that makes sense to your user. A word of caution though – do NOT overdo it!
SEO Tip #3 Use Natural Language in Your Content
Don’t try too hard to stuff keywords in your page just to make it more “keyword dense.” Believe me — that would be your easiest way to get banned from SERP. These days, search engines are smarter and better at identifying natural language against keyword-stuffed babbles.
If a human reader can spot a keyword stuffed garbage filled article, then the search engine bots can as well. So do yourself (and your readers) a big favor and don’t use the same keyword phrase over and over and over and over and over and over and over and — you get the idea. If you must, try including semantically related words (synonymic phrases) in your writing.
How to Use TweetDeck For Creating Positive Online Presence
Posted by Asha (Tech Chunks)
TweetDeck enables you to manage your social media accounts like Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, LinkedIn, Buzz and Foursquare from your TweetDeck account. No longer do you have to worry about logging on to each sight separately, viewing your accounts from six different screens and separately updating each status. It’s simple – go to TweetDeck.com and download the program; and log on to start receiving your notifications from one centralized location. With TweetDeck, you log on, rearrange your dashboard to fit your personal needs and set the preference and settings to what you want.
In an effort to manage your online presence and see who is posting about you, you can create a search with your name and different variations of your name and when someone mentions you in their posts; it directly links back to your TweetDeck. After you’ve added all of your accounts and you want to post a status to certain sites, you can highlight which sites your post will update to. So, if you’re inappropriate side gets the best of you and you don’t want your LinkedIn connections to be notified, then you don’t highlight that account. This program allows you to manage several sites and several accounts at once. It’s an easier, faster way to stay connect while monitoring your online presence.
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