Tag Archives: Why

Why a web designer should design with a mobile user in mind and how this affects SEOs

Hey folk. How you feel when you working with someone and who don’t have a good and well creative mind insight? Today i want to show you my conversation with my friend Brian. let’s take a look on our conversation & hope that will help you. So I came across this funny but accurately true statement; ‘more devices… Read More »

Why Android is likely safe from a WannaCry-like attack

Enlarge Image Unlike the Google Pixel, most Android devices are running on outdated operating systems. James Martin/CNET The WannaCry cyberattack has ensnared more than 300,000 computers in 150 countries by taking advantage of outdated versions of Windows that never got Microsoft’s crucial security patches. Hmm. Millions of devices that are stuck on older versions of an operating system… Read More »

Why Your Business Needs to Use Instagram in 2017

Whether or not you use Instagram for marketing, you need to see this new infographic about how Instagram compares to other social platforms when it comes to marketing. If you use Instagram for business, you’ll likely learn something that can help you earn even better results. And if you don’t use Instagram? Well, maybe this will be the post… Read More »

Why Choosing EaseUS Recovery Software is Best?

The data or other information that is stored in the computer might be lost due to various reasons. That is, the data may be lost owing to OS crash, Drive crash, counter access, software and hardware failure, improper shut down and many more. Anyway, if data has been lost, we need to get them back. If the data… Read More »

Why You Should Consider React Native For Your Mobile App

Like many others, I was initially skeptical of Facebook and Instagram’s React. Initial demos of React’s JavaScript language extension, JSX, made many developers uneasy. For years we had worked to separate HTML and JavaScript, but React seemed to combine them. Many also questioned the need for yet another client-side library in an ocean full of them. As it… Read More »

How to Use Twitter Event Targeting (And Why You Should)

With the Easter season upon us, Twitter is taking the opportunity to reminder advertisers that they can target their Twitter ads using event targeting, enabling them to maximize their exposure around trending discussions. Event targeting was launched last July, giving advertisers the ability to focus their campaigns around popular topics and tap into the growing conversation as those events… Read More »

Why You Shouldn’t Reset the Date to January 1, 1970 on Your iPhone

Want to go back in time to January 1, 1970? Just make sure you don’t do it on your iPhone. Changing the Date & Time settings to that fateful date will disable your device, Apple users report. And good luck trying to get it to restart: Connecting the disabled phone to your computer and trying to reboot it… Read More »