Which phones have the best and worst battery life?

Mobile phones are an increasingly important part of our daily lives, and they’re getting more and more powerful with each passing year.With a little bit of foresight and an extra battery life, they’re even more useful than ever.Here are some of the top smartphones on the market today, with a list of the best mobile […]

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What’s next for the SMS ads that powered ESPN’s Facebook ad campaign?

ESPN is trying to take the lead on social media advertising with a new mobile app that will allow advertisers to send text messages to consumers.The new app is called SMS Mobilink and it’s expected to be released in the second half of 2017, according to a press release from ESPN.The app is expected to […]

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When a smartphone app is so popular, how much can it sell for?

Posted November 16, 2018 16:17:08 A mobile phone app is selling for as little as $2.25 a day, and some people are selling their phones for more.The apps can help you stay connected with your friends, family and colleagues, as well as sell you new clothes, shoes and other accessories.Some of the biggest selling apps […]

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How to get promoted to an ad agency

How to make a good ad agency job application?article You want to get into an ad agencies job, and you want to be in one, right?Well, that’s pretty easy, right, right.Here are the things you need to know.First, you have to have some skills.If you’re not a programmer, you need a decent understanding of Java […]

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Apple Pay for US consumers to start next week

By Emily SchulteAugust 22, 2018 9:08:30Apple is making an Apple Pay payment service available to US consumers starting tomorrow, according to an Apple official.The announcement was made at a press event in Cupertino, California, on Wednesday, and the company is currently accepting applications for Apple Pay cards that can be used at more than 20,000 […]

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Why are spam messages so annoying?

Spam messages are annoying, but they are also a form of advertising.This is the first article in a two-part series on the origins of spam and the messages they send.For more, check out the BBC’s recent report on the subject.

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