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Foldable Smartphones, the Next Innovation Race in Mobile?

Even though the base technology has been around for some time, only recently has foldable touchscreen phones been commercially available. Both Samsung and Huawei have announced plans to release foldable devices in the near future while Apple’s recent patent filings are fueling rumors of their own foldable device in the works. Even Motorola (owned by …

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Telegram Adds 3 Million Users During Facebook’s Biggest Outage Yet

Yesterday millions were impacted by outages across three of the world’s most popular internet services: Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram. While some users couldn’t access any features from these services, others only experienced an inability to use certain features like stories or direct messaging. This provided a huge unexpected number of …

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God is Good, Even When Evil Surrounds Us

Recently, I read the book of Zephaniah after realizing I hadn’t read it in awhile. It was written by the prophet Zephaniah, where God proclaims the judgments that were coming to the nation of Israel, as well as Moab, Assyria and others. It’s a pretty short book with only three chapters, …

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Blackberry: The Rise and Fall of an Innovator

As a small Canadian tech startup back in 1984, Blackberry Limited (formerly known as Research In Motion) in about 15 years time, grew to an undeniably iconic $20 Billion multinational telecom giant, only to steadily decline to being worth $1.20 billion with little to no noticeable commercial presence today. From laying the foundation …

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One Key Reason You Keep Choosing the Wrong Man

Has heartbreak put you off to new dating experiences? Or have you found yourself in a committed relationship facing issues you thought you’d never have to face with this partner because you thought you knew him? Sis, if you’re thinking your love radar is broken, it’s not. It just needs to be …

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How I Overcame a Poverty Mindset

  In my early 20’s I had one child, no job and a GED. I learned about food stamps and welfare so I applied. Then I learned about Section 8 housing assistance and applied for it. A foster care program I was in told me that because the state had custody …

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Black History Month: The Power of a True Narrative

During the month of February, African-American history is remembered, commemorated, and celebrated under the banner of Black History Month. Today is February 26th, the same day that Carter G. Woodson started the celebration of Negro History Week, which was the precursor to Black History Month that’s celebrated today. Carter pushed …

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How to Add to Your Income and Dig Yourself out of Debt

According to American personal financial statistical data, many Americans find themselves stuck in debt, $100 in a bank account and in need of help. How does one work himself out of debt? Let me try to untangle this and work out a plan that will work as long as the …

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How to Focus on Your Purpose

Anything you can do, I can’t do better. Some things? A few things? Maybe. But not anything. While we’re bound to be better, the same or worse than each other at different things we do in life, it can sometimes seem like we have to be better than the next woman or …

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