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How Wearable Technology Will Affect Your Business

Whether you like it or not, wearable technology is coming. And it’s coming fast. Google Glass is just the start. With Android Wear, the new…
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How to Avoid the Dreaded 404 Error

The last thing you want is someone to click on a link to your website and get a 404 error. Visitors who see a 404…
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Our Newest Dynamic HTML5 Website Design: EZ Blowdry

Absolute Web Services just completed a stunning, elegant website designed with HTML5 and Javascript. EZ Blowdry is a growing blow-drying franchise that makes it, well,…
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Ensuring Your Website Fits on Each and Every Screen

The “Multi-Screen” consumer is not a unicorn. The “Multi-Screen” consumer is nearly every consumer. Just think about this, how many types of screens are in…
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What Do Users Really Want from a Mobile Website?

When people are looking for your business, it’s likely that they are on the go or sitting at home with a phone in their hand….
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How to Build and Design a Website in 24 Hours

You want a fully featured website designed eventually, but need a starting point to show potential clients and customers now. Using just a few tricks…
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Differences Between SSL Certificates

  An SSL certificate is absolutely vital to any online business or highly trafficked website. Building trust in an online entity is essential for bringing…
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Apple Keynote: OS X, Macbook, iWork, iPad Air and More

The Apple Keynote just a few minutes ago will shake up the tech world. A COMPLETELY free operating system that is released and available today….
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Apple’s Special Event: iPhone 5C, Touch ID, and the M7 Chip

Just one hour ago, Apple had a “special event” to launch their new iPhones. Yes, iPhones with an “s”. There will be two new iPhone…
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Sick of Shoddy Connections? Build Your Own Internet

Does your internet connection lack a certain, well, connection? For most who live in rural areas, the answer is yes. Most think of the US…
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