Breakup service does the dirty work

The Breakup Shop’s unconventional methods spark a conversation about the ever-increasing role technology plays in modern relationships, especially among millennials.


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Apple's iOS drives 75% of Google's mobile advertising revenue

Despite the ever-increasing competition between Google and Apple, iOS remains an exceptionally important advertising platform for the search giant, with one Wall Street estimate attributing as much as three-quarters of Google’s mobile ad revenue to users of Apple’s devices.



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The Cloud's Threatening Legal Storm


With the ever-increasing use of the cloud by more and more businesses, there is good reason to be concerned about legal risks, which are an inherent part of the cloud. The term “cloud” may be relatively new, but the concept of remote computing started more than 60 years ago, when Dartmouth University first launched “time-sharing.” The remote computing risks have not abated. In fact, the risks have increased with the Internet, as cloud systems are found in countries around the globe.

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