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Sensex recoups some losses amid fears of recession
Sensex crashed by over 700 points to slip below 17,000 in intraday trade for the first time since June 2010 before recovering some of its losses.

CWG scam: Parliament gets CAG report; PMO, Sheila Dikshit indicted
The report said the PMO was responsible for appointing Suresh Kalmadi as Commonwealth Games Organising Committee chairman.

Chinese officials seized and sold babies, parents say
The scandal also has renewed questions about whether foreigners have adopted Chinese children who were falsely depicted as abandoned.

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Five killed in explosion in fireworks unit in Sivakasi
Five persons, including four women, were charred to death in a fire accident in a fireworks manufacturing unit in Sivakasi in south Tamil Nadu.

Luxury ride in AC buses now a reality in Patna
To give some relief from the heat to local commuters, state transport minister Brishen Patel on Friday flagged off the much-awaited AC city buses at SK Memorial Hall here.

Business More »

Stock crash: Sebi says closely watching situation
Sebi Friday said it was closely watching the situation which it attributed to global developments and assured the system was well-regulated.

Banking industry hit by nationwide staff strike
Banking transactions across India were hit as some one million staff struck work to protest proposals to divest government stake in state-run institution.

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Arsenal face Italy's Udinese in Champions League playoffs
The Gunners were pitted against the Italian side in the draw for the Champions league playoffs held at UEFA headquarters in Nyon.

I don't consider myself 'The Wall': Dravid
He has been christened 'The Wall' for his steady batting but veteran Rahul Dravid says he is indifferent to the tag that has stuck to him over the years.

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Priyanka Chopra turns singer
Universal Music Group and Desi Hits have signed a worldwide recording agreement with award-winning Bollywood actor Priyanka Chopra.

Married superstar smitten with actress!
Recently, the actress waited backstage for him as he finished his act onstage so they could leave together.

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UK call centre staff told to move to Mumbai to save jobs
A minister in the UK govt has sparked a row by suggesting that UK call centre workers who have lost their jobs should relocate to Mumbai.

5 sub-10K BlackBerry smartphones
Listed here are some of the most popular and affordable BlackBerry devices which are perfect for a budget-focused user.

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JIVR, una bicicletta smart, in cerca di fondi su Kickstarter

Posted: 21 Mar 2015 10:46 AM PDT

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La bicicletta smart JIVR è attualmente in cerca di fondi su Kickstarter. In un mondo sempre più tecnologico e informatizzato anche gli oggetti più classici, come la bicicletta, possono subire un restyling hi-tech per ciò che concerne le funzionalità e il design. JIVR è una bicicletta elettrica dotata di un motore e di una batteria che può […]

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Ecco quali app si possono disinstallare su Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge e Galaxy S6

Posted: 21 Mar 2015 10:31 AM PDT

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Il lavoro di ottimizzazione svolto da Samsung con la TouchWiz dei nuovi Galaxy S6 è senz’altro importante e profondo e non riguarda solamente l’aspetto grafico, ma anche quello funzionale. La nuova interfaccia dell’azienda coreana, infatti, è adesso molto più leggera e povera di applicazioni preinstallate, cose che gli utenti chiedevano a gran voce ormai da […]

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Huawei P8, una immagine rivela design e dimensioni [Rumor]

Posted: 21 Mar 2015 09:22 AM PDT

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L’aspetto estetico e le dimensioni dello smartphone Huawei P8 sono stati svelati nel corso delle ultime ore dal sito nowhereelse.fr. Stando alle indiscrezioni diffuse dal portale francese il device dovrebbe misurare 144,90 millimetri in altezza, 71,90 millimetri in larghezza e dovrebbe essere spesso 6,6 millimetri. L’immagine allegata di seguito, oltre alle dimensioni, mostra il design del […]

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Sony Xperia Z3, Z3 Compact e Z2, una MOD introduce il pulsante per chiudere le app recenti

Posted: 21 Mar 2015 08:53 AM PDT

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Lo sviluppatore e recognized developer di XDA niaboc79 ha appena reso disponibile una interessante MOD per gli smartphone Sony Xperia Z2, Xperia Z3 e Xperia Z3 Compact. La MOD ha lo scopo di introdurre all’interno del pannello delle app recenti (impropriamente detto “multitasking”) il pulsante per eliminare tutti i programmi presenti in elenco. L’installazione è molto semplice. […]

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Fastweb, Vodafone, Telecom, H3G e Sky nel mirino dell’Antitrust per le vendite telefoniche

Posted: 21 Mar 2015 08:33 AM PDT

AGCOM

L’Antitrust ha avviato cinque procedimenti istruttori nei confronti di Fastweb, Vodafone Omnitel, Telecom Italia, H3g e Sky Italia. Nel mirino del Garante sono finite le vendite telefoniche (teleselling) di contratti di telefonia fissa e mobile e servizi televisivi. Le cinque società sono sospettate di aver violato le nuove norme (risalenti al 2014) che introducono requisiti […]

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KDE Connect Indicator: un tool per il controllo di Android da Ubuntu

Posted: 21 Mar 2015 08:08 AM PDT

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Problemi con Pushbullet, AirDroid e altre app che connettono il mondo “fisso” a quello mobile? La soluzione si chiama KDE Connect, un programma che promette di inglobare numerose funzioni e strumenti in un unico contenitore. Per chi non fosse familiare con questo programma, KDE Connect è, come già detto, un tool che integra il KDE Workspace […]

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Sailfish OS per OnePlus One, pronto al download un porting (guida)

Posted: 21 Mar 2015 07:56 AM PDT

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C’era del vero nelle indiscrezioni emerse qualche settimana fa e, infatti, è pronto per essere scaricato un porting di Sailfish OS per OnePlus One. E’ bene sottolineare subito che non è ancora del tutto stabile e completo e molte cose non sono ancora funzionanti, come WiFi, RIL, OTA, Fotocamera e supporto alle applicazioni Android. Capite quindi […]

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Moto 360 in versione orologio da tasca: lo ha realizzato Russell Holly, grazie alla stampa 3D

Posted: 21 Mar 2015 07:37 AM PDT

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Una delle più discusse nuove tecnologie è certamente la stampa 3D, ovverosia la possibilità di realizzare piccoli oggetti, solitamente in materiali plastici, utilizzando un principio simile alla classica stampa a getto d’inchiostro. La ricerca in questo campo sta procedendo spedita, realizzando stampanti sempre migliori, oltre che diversi modelli che per dimensioni e costi possono diventare […]

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Facebook potrebbe annunciare nuove funzionalità per Messenger

Posted: 21 Mar 2015 07:20 AM PDT

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Durante la conferenza degli sviluppatori che Facebook terrà il prossimo mese, la società potrebbe annunciare delle interessanti novità riguardo a Facebook Messenger; il famoso social network dice di voler espandere le funzionalità di Messenger, trasformandola in una piattaforma a sé stante in modo così da giustificarne definitivamente la divisione dall’applicazione classica. Secondo TechCrunch, Facebook vuole […]

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Trapela una nuova immagine dello smartphone Xiaomi con SoC Leadcore [Rumor]

Posted: 21 Mar 2015 06:58 AM PDT

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Dopo qualche settimana di silenzio torniamo a parlare dello smartphone Xiaomi con processore Leadcore di cui tanto si era vociferato in passato. Il device aveva attirato l’attenzione di tutti gli appassionati non tanto per le caratteristiche tecniche quanto piuttosto per il prezzo che, in base alle indiscrezioni, sarebbe dovuto essere particolarmente basso. Il dispositivo non è stato […]

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DEAR BELOVED ONE,

MY NAME IS MRS BETTER JOHNSON, I AM 63 YEARS OLD. I AM MARRIED TO MR. EDWARD JOHNSON HE WAS AN EXPORTER IN THE TRADE OF COFFEE AND COCOA IN THE ECONOMIC CAPITAL OF IVORY COAST CALLED ABIDJAN. WE ARE MARRIED FOR FORTY YEARS WITHOUT A CHILD BEFORE HE DIED LAST YEAR. HE DIED AFTER A BRIEF ILLNESS THAT LASTED FOR ONLY FOUR DAYS.

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WHEN MY LATE HUSBAND WAS ALIVE HE DEPOSITED THE SUM OF $8.7 MILLION (EIGHT MILLION SEVEN HUNDRED THOUSAND U.S. DOLLARS) IN A SAFE PLACE HERE IN ABIDJAN IVORY COAST AND NAMED ME THE NEXT OF KIN TO THE DEPOSIT. NOW THAT HE IS DEAD, I HAVE DECIDED TO DONATE THIS MONEY THROUGH YOU IN OTHER TO HELP THE POOR, WIDOWS AND THE LESS PRIVILEGED ONES IN YOUR AREAS OR ANYWHERE OF YOUR CHOOSE AND TO CARRY OUT OTHER CHARITABLE WORKS. I AM WILLING TO GIVE YOU 10% ON THE TOTAL SUM FOR YOUR TIME AND EFFORT IF YOU CAN HANDLE THIS PROJECT

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FROM: MRS.BETTER JOHNSON

DEAR BELOVED ONE,

MY NAME IS MRS BETTER JOHNSON, I AM 63 YEARS OLD. I AM MARRIED TO MR. EDWARD JOHNSON HE WAS AN EXPORTER IN THE TRADE OF COFFEE AND COCOA IN THE ECONOMIC CAPITAL OF IVORY COAST CALLED ABIDJAN. WE ARE MARRIED FOR FORTY YEARS WITHOUT A CHILD BEFORE HE DIED LAST YEAR. HE DIED AFTER A BRIEF ILLNESS THAT LASTED FOR ONLY FOUR DAYS.

I AM SUFFERING FROM PANCREATIC CANCER. MY CONDITION IS REALLY BAD AND IT IS QUITE OBVIOUS THAT I WON'T LIVE MORE THAN THREE MONTHS ACCORDING TO MY DOCTOR.

WHEN MY LATE HUSBAND WAS ALIVE HE DEPOSITED THE SUM OF $8.7 MILLION (EIGHT MILLION SEVEN HUNDRED THOUSAND U.S. DOLLARS) IN A SAFE PLACE HERE IN ABIDJAN IVORY COAST AND NAMED ME THE NEXT OF KIN TO THE DEPOSIT. NOW THAT HE IS DEAD, I HAVE DECIDED TO DONATE THIS MONEY THROUGH YOU IN OTHER TO HELP THE POOR, WIDOWS AND THE LESS PRIVILEGED ONES IN YOUR AREAS OR ANYWHERE OF YOUR CHOOSE AND TO CARRY OUT OTHER CHARITABLE WORKS. I AM WILLING TO GIVE YOU 10% ON THE TOTAL SUM FOR YOUR TIME AND EFFORT IF YOU CAN HANDLE THIS PROJECT

PLEASE GET BACK TO ME IF YOU ARE INTERESTED FOR MORE INFORMATION.
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Guarda il video https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=534840716655073&pnref=story Venerdì, 27 marzo 2015, presso il Grand Hotel Salerno, si terrà il Convegno Nazionale A.M.I. (Associazione Avvocati Matrimonialisti Italiani) dalle ore 9.00 alle ore 19.30, dal titolo “LE RESPONSABILITA’ ENDO-FAMILIARI”, con il patrocinio del Consiglio dell’Ordine degli Avvocati di Salerno e il Consiglio dell’Ordine degli Assistenti Sociali della Campania. Il tema […]

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ARPAV - Dipartimento per la Sicurezza del Territorio SERVIZIO METEOROLOGICO METEO SPIAGGE VENETE
Sabato 21 Marzo 2015 - ore 13 Area di validità: Spiagge Venete Pomeriggio/sera di Sabato 21
Litorale Nord: Nuvoloso o molto nuvoloso - Precipitazioni: modeste sparse - Probabilità: 10% - Venti: Moderati sudorientali
Venezia e litorale centrale: Nuvolosità in aumento - Precipitazioni: modeste locali - Probabilità: 10% - Venti: Moderati orientali
Litorale Sud: Nuvolosità in aumento - Precipitazioni: modeste locali - Probabilità: 10% - Venti: Moderati sudorientali
Adriatico: Poco mosso Domenica 22 mattina
Litorale Nord: Molto nuvoloso o coperto - Precipitazioni: modeste sparse - Probabilità: 50% - Venti: Moderati da nordest
Venezia e litorale centrale: Molto nuvoloso o coperto - Precipitazioni: modeste sparse - Probabilità: 50% - Venti: Moderati da nordest
Litorale Sud: Molto nuvoloso o coperto - Precipitazioni: modeste sparse - Probabilità: 50% - Venti: Forti da nordest
Adriatico: Mosso Domenica 22 pomeriggio/sera
Litorale Nord: Nuvolosità in diminuzione - Precipitazioni: deboli sparse - Probabilità: 10% - Venti: Deboli da nordest
Venezia e litorale centrale: Nuvolosità in diminuzione - Precipitazioni: deboli sparse - Probabilità: 10% - Venti: Moderati da nordest
Litorale Sud: Nuvolosità in diminuzione - Precipitazioni: deboli sparse - Probabilità: 10% - Venti: Moderati da nordest
Adriatico: Mosso Lunedi 23 mattina
Litorale Nord: Parzialmente nuvoloso - Precipitazioni: assenti - Probabilità: 0% - Venti: Deboli da nordest
Venezia e litorale centrale: Parzialmente nuvoloso - Precipitazioni: assenti - Probabilità: 0% - Venti: Moderati da nordest
Litorale Sud: Parzialmente nuvoloso - Precipitazioni: assenti - Probabilità: 0% - Venti: Deboli da nordest
Adriatico: Mosso Lunedi 23 pomeriggio/sera
Litorale Nord: In prevalenza soleggiato - Precipitazioni: assenti - Probabilità: 0% - Venti: Deboli da nordest
Venezia e litorale centrale: In prevalenza soleggiato - Precipitazioni: assenti - Probabilità: 0% - Venti: Moderati da nordest
Litorale Sud: In prevalenza soleggiato - Precipitazioni: assenti - Probabilità: 0% - Venti: Moderati da nordest
Adriatico: Poco mosso Martedi 24
Parzialmente nuvoloso con foschie/nebbie/nubi basse - Precipitazioni: assenti - Probabilità: 10% Mercoledi 25
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La visita di papa Francesco a Pompei | VIDEO

Pompei: sgominata la banda dai Rolex, 4 arresti | IL VIDEO

 Scavi archeologici di Pompei, la protesta delle guide |VIDEO

Bambino 'complice' di una rapina, arrestata la mamma |IL VIDEO

Agguato di camorra a Boscoreale | IL VIDEO

Il «grillino-asino» di Torre del Greco: figuraccia in tv per Luigi Gallo

Racket sugli affari in Romania, due arresti: presi mentre intascavano mazzetta da 15.000 euro | VIDEO

Camorra, scacco agli specialisti della droga a Torre del Greco

Pompei, scandalo cimitero. Nove arresti. Nei guai l'ex sindaco | VIDEO

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Papa Francesco al Santuario di Pompei, fedeli in festa | LE FOTO

L'eclissi di Sole ha raggiunto il picco alle 10,40 | FOTO

SummArte in Jazz. La musica colorata di magìa | FOTO

Napoli: crolla impalcatura, panico sul lungomare

Maltempo:albero su rivendita giornali, edicolante sotto choc

Cardiochirurgia, primo intervento con Google Glass | FOTO

Scavi archeologici di Pompei, la protesta delle guide

Savoia, le lacrime dei calciatori dopo la sconfitta nel derby

Isis: documento di propaganda in italiano sul web |FOTO

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Letting go of the (genetic) apron strings

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 03:09 PM PDT

A new study sheds light on the handing over of genetic control from mother to offspring early in development. Learning how organisms manage this transition could help researchers understand larger questions about how embryos regulate cell division and differentiation into new types of cells.

Potential New Drug Target for Protection against Certain Neurodegenerative Diseases

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 03:08 PM PDT

Hypermethylation - the epigenetic ability to turn down or turn off a bad gene implicated in 10 to 30 percent of patients with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) and Frontotemporal Degeneration (FTD) - serves as a protective barrier inhibiting the development of these diseases, researchers have found. Their work may suggest a neuroprotective target for drug discovery efforts.

From soda bans to bike lanes: Which 'natural experiments' really reduce obesity?

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 12:56 PM PDT

Many public health researchers take advantage of 'natural experiments' -- comparing people's calorie consumption or physical activity levels, either before and after a policy or environmental change, or in contrast to a similar group of people not affected by that change. But not all natural experiments are created equal. A public health team has now systematically reviewed the state of the science.

Food-delivery process inside seeds revealed

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 12:56 PM PDT

Inside every seed is the embryo of a plant, and in most cases also a storage of food needed to power initial growth of the young seedling. New work identifies biochemical pathways necessary for stocking the seed's food supplies. These findings could be targeted when engineering crops for higher yields.

Levee detonations reduced 2011 flood risk on Mississippi River, study finds

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 12:56 PM PDT

A controversial decision in 2011 to blow up Mississippi River levees reduced the risk of flooding in a city upstream, lowering the height of the rain-swollen river just before it reached its peak, according to a newly published computer modeling analysis.

Squid enrich their DNA 'blueprint' through prolific RNA editing

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 12:56 PM PDT

RNA editing of genomic information was thought to be sparingly used, based on a limited number of studies in mammals and flies. But recently, investigators discovered the most prolific usage yet of RNA editing in the common squid, Doryteuthis pealeii, a behaviorally sophisticated marine organism that has long been prized for studies of the nervous system.

Pigs gain the same with corn-ethanol co-product as with corn-soybean meal diet, says study

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 12:56 PM PDT

Distillers dried grains with solubles, or DDGS, are increasingly common in swine diets in the United States. In recent years, different types of DDGS have come on the market. Results from this study indicate that whereas there are some differences in retention of energy and nutrients among the different sources of DDGS when used in pig diets, these differences are not of such a magnitude that they affect growth performance.

Shrinking habitats have adverse effects on world ecosystems

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 12:56 PM PDT

An extensive study of global habitat fragmentation -- the division of habitats into smaller and more isolated patches -- points to major trouble for a number of the world's ecosystems and the plants and animals living in them.

Changes in a blood-based molecular pathway identified in Alzheimer's disease

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 12:56 PM PDT

New research identifies a bridge between the mechanisms that spur the destruction of neurons in Alzheimer's disease - accumulation of the amyloid-? peptide (the main component of plaques found in Alzheimer's patient brains) and chronic inflammation.

Photodynamic therapy for pancreatic cancer made simpler, cheaper

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 12:56 PM PDT

Research finds the values measured with dynamic contrast enhanced computer tomography strongly correlated with fluorescence intensity measured directly from the pancreatic tissue.

Navigators are integral to clinical research process, study concludes

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 10:31 AM PDT

Qualified investigators are more likely to respond to opportunities for clinical trials if they are contacted by an institution-specific point person, or navigator, a study has concluded.

Backup system that helps sustain liver during crisis discovered

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 10:31 AM PDT

An antioxidant system that helps sustain the liver when other systems are missing or compromised has been discovered by scientists.

DNA of tigers under study

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 10:31 AM PDT

A 10-year study looked at DNA similarities of tigers -- living and extinct -- in order to better understand these animals as well as provide a new, more powerful tool for wildlife protection and, hopefully, reducing illegal wildlife commerce.

New approach uses 'twisted light' to increase efficiency of quantum cryptography systems

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 10:31 AM PDT

Researchers have developed a way to transfer 2.05 bits per photon by using 'twisted light.' This remarkable achievement is possible because the researchers used the orbital angular momentum of the photons to encode information, rather than the more commonly used polarization of light. The new approach doubles the 1 bit per photon that is possible with current systems that rely on light polarization and could help increase the efficiency of quantum cryptography systems.

Firms don't use controversial skimming/penetration strategies to price products

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 10:31 AM PDT

Most firms do not use the skimming or penetration strategies that deliberately overprice or underprice new products. Marketers had long assumed that firms adopted either one of these two strategies for pricing new products.

Potential prognostic marker for recurrence of head and neck squamous cell carcinoma

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 10:30 AM PDT

The first evidence that the mediator complex subunit 15 (MED15) may play a crucial role in the pathophysiology of head and neck squamous cell carcinoma (HNSCC) has been discovered by researchers. MED15 overexpression was found to be associated with higher mortality rates in HNSCC patients with cancer recurrence, particularly in oral cavity/oropharyngeal tumors, according to the study.

Apple of the mind's eye: how good is our memory of everyday visual stimuli?

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 10:30 AM PDT

In our world of branding and repetitive advertising, it is feasible that we dutifully soak up visuals and messages and store them accurately in our mind’s eye. New research tests this theory by examining our memory of the ubiquitous Apple logo and our perceived ability for recall. Researchers ask ‘are we really paying attention?’ Their experiment reveals some surprising insights.

Did a volcanic cataclysm 40,000 years ago trigger the final demise of the Neanderthals?

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 08:23 AM PDT

The Campanian Ignimbrite (CI) eruption in Italy 40,000 years ago was one of the largest volcanic cataclysms in Europe and injected a significant amount of sulfur-dioxide (SO2) into the stratosphere. Scientists have long debated whether this eruption contributed to the final extinction of the Neanderthals. This new study tests this hypothesis with a sophisticated climate model.

Measuring treatment response proves to be a powerful tool for guiding leukemia treatment

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 08:22 AM PDT

Measuring the concentration of leukemia cells in patient bone marrow during the first 46 days of chemotherapy should help boost survival of young leukemia patients by better matching patients with the right intensity of chemotherapy.

Less futile end-of-life care observed where palliative care knowledge is greater

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 07:17 AM PDT

The greater a director of nursing's knowledge of palliative care the lower the likelihood that nursing home patients will experience futile, aggressive end-of-life care, according to a new large national study. The association was evident whether or not hospice care was available.

International study raises questions about cause of global ice ages

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 07:17 AM PDT

A new international study casts doubt on the leading theory of what causes ice ages around the world -- changes in the way the Earth orbits the sun. The researchers found that glacier movement in the Southern Hemisphere is influenced primarily by sea surface temperature and atmospheric carbon dioxide rather than changes in the Earth's orbit, which are thought to drive the advance and retreat of ice sheets in the Northern Hemisphere.

Scientists must reduce antibiotic use in experiments

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 07:17 AM PDT

Scientists should reduce antibiotic use in lab experiments. According to a new article, molecular biology and genetic research such as the Human Genome Project use antibiotics in experiments. But it all adds to the global problem of antibiotic resistance according to the author.

Sipuleucel-T in prostate cancer: Indication of added benefit

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 07:17 AM PDT

Regarding Sipuleucel-T for use in prostate cancer, information submitted by the drug manufacturer provided better evidence on mortality. However, it is not possible to exactly estimate the extent of added benefit.

Serious risks from common IV devices mean doctors should choose carefully, experts say

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 07:17 AM PDT

Every day, patients get IV devices placed in their arms, to make it easier to receive medicines or have blood drawn. New research shows how serious the risk of blood clots from these devices is for hospitalized patients, and a new tool can help doctors decide when to use them.

UN urged to ensure open access to plant genomes

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 07:17 AM PDT

A plant scientist has called for the United Nations to guarantee free and open access to plant DNA sequences to enable scientists to continue work to sustainably intensify world food production.

Glimpse into the regulation of water exchange in the brain

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 07:15 AM PDT

The mechanism that regulates the flow of water in brain cells has been discovered by researchers. The human brain is 80 percent water, which makes the constant regulation of the amount of fluid in the brain very important. Disruptions in the regulation of the direction or speed of the water flow are associated with medical conditions, including hydrocephalus ("water in the brain"), for example.

Detailed genetic map of world wheat varieties developed

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 07:15 AM PDT

Researchers have produced the first haplotype map of wheat that provides detailed description of genetic differences in a worldwide sample of wheat lines. This is an important foundation for future improvements in wheat around the world.

The oldest old are changing Canada

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 07:15 AM PDT

In 1971 there were 139,000 Canadians aged 85 and over. By 2013 their numbers had risen to 702,000. The Oldest Old as they have become known today represent 2% of the total Canadian population. “They are a demographic reality which has to be taken into account in formulating public policy”, according to a Canadian demographer.

Troops who don't pass the smell test likely have traumatic brain injury

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 07:15 AM PDT

Decreased ability to identify specific odors can predict abnormal neuroimaging results in blast-injured troops, according to a new study. The olfactory system processes thousands of different odors, sending signals to the brain which interprets the smell by linking it to a past memory. If memory is impaired, as is the case with Alzheimer's disease, sleep deprivation, and acute traumatic brain injury, the task is not entirely possible.

Thinking of drinking and driving? What if your car won't let you?

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 06:18 AM PDT

If every new car had a built-in blood alcohol level tester that prevented impaired drivers from driving the vehicle, the US could avoid 85 percent of crash deaths attributable to alcohol-involved motor vehicle crashes. In just 15 years, that would mean preventing more than 59,000 deaths.

Healthy grain fiber helps barley resist pests

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 06:15 AM PDT

Research has shed light on the action of the serious agricultural pest, cereal cyst nematode, which will help progress improved resistant varieties. Cereal cyst nematode is a microscopic parasitic worm that lives in soils and infects the roots of cereal crops such as barley, wheat and oats. This affects root growth and leads to poor nutrient uptake, a reduction in crop yield and, in susceptible varieties, more worm eggs in the soil for ongoing infection.

Review of global guidelines for sepsis needed

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 06:15 AM PDT

Experts are calling for a global review of guidelines used to diagnose sepsis, after a study found one in eight patients with infections severe enough to need admission to an Intensive Care Unit in Australia and New Zealand, did not meet current criteria.

New transitory form of silica observed

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 06:15 AM PDT

Silicon dioxide, commonly called silica, is one of the most-abundant natural compounds and a major component of the Earth's crust and mantle. It is well-known even to non-scientists in its quartz crystalline form. Silica's various high-pressure forms make it an often-used study subject for scientists interested in the transition between different chemical phases under extreme conditions. A research team was able to discover five new forms of silica under extreme pressures at room temperature.

First blood test for osteoarthritis could soon be available

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 06:13 AM PDT

The first blood test for osteoarthritis could soon be developed, thanks to new research. The research findings could potentially lead to patients being tested for osteoarthritis and diagnosed several years before the onset of physical symptoms.

Neuropsychology: Power naps produce a significant improvement in memory performance

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 06:13 AM PDT

Psychologists have shown that a short nap lasting about an hour can significantly improve memory performance. The study involved examination of memory recall in 41 participants. The volunteers had to learn single words and word pairs. Once the learning phase was over, the participants were tested to determine how much information they could remember. About half of the participants were then allowed to sleep, while the others watched a DVD. After that, the participants were re-tested and those who had taken a nap were shown to have retained substantially more word pairs in memory than the participants in the control group who had watched a DVD.

Autistic and non-autistic brain differences isolated for first time

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 06:13 AM PDT

The functional differences between autistic and non-autistic brains have been isolated for the first time, following the development of a new methodology for analysing MRI scans.

Stinging nettle chemical improves cancer drug

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 06:13 AM PDT

A cancer drug could be made 50 times more effective by a chemical found in stinging nettles and ants, new research finds. Derived from formic acid which is commonly found in a number of natural organisms including nettles and ants, Sodium Formate (E-237) is more commonly used as a food preservative.

Superfast computers a step closer as a silicon chip's quantum capabilities are improved

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 06:13 AM PDT

Research has demonstrated laser control of quantum states in an ordinary silicon wafer and observation of these states via a conventional electrical measurement. 

Birds flying high over the great lakes have a new strategic plan

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 06:12 AM PDT

Every year, many bird researchers catch warblers, finches, thrushes and other feathered travelers to better understand their routes and migration patterns. A number of conservation initiatives seek to secure land to help species make their trek thousands of miles southward. But without a collective vision, these efforts may not be enough to protect birds in the Great Lakes region.

America's aging population will require more neurosurgeons to handle increased brain bleeds

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 06:11 AM PDT

By 2030, chronic subdural hemorrhage (SDH) will be the most common adult brain condition requiring neurosurgical intervention in the U.S., according to a new study. And hospitals and neurosurgeons may be under-manned to handle the projected onslaught of patients. You are subscribed to email updates from Latest Science News -- ScienceDaily
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Why Following the WiFi Industry is Essential for Small Businesses

21/03/2015 10:55 Condividi

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Why Following the WiFi Industry is Essential for Small Businesses

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 04:30 PM PDT

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What if the oxen are behind the cart? Obviously, the cart won’t be pulled.

However, when it comes to WiFi this analogy doesn’t apply because the wireless networking industry and other mainstream industries can both pull each other. The infrastructural changes in the WiFi industry take place observing how WiFi is being used by home and business users.

But businesses, especially small businesses, can take cues from what’s happening by following WiFi industry trends and overhauling their businesses to be in sync. In this article, we’ll explain how to do this.

Increased Security

Being the owner of a small business, if you are tired of reading articles with the title “WiFi for enhanced security,” then here’s something new for you. Not only WiFi, but associated practices can also increase security for your data.

Have you ever heard of RADIUS server? A RADIUS server offers enhanced security. Suppose you are using WPA-2 Enterprise security and each WiFi user in your company is assigned with login details. When they enter their IDs and passwords to log in, the RADIUS server receives the information and verifies them before granting access.

You may not have known this before, but now you do. Since you want your data to be secured, next time you won’t give a thought to WiFi alone, but also to other practices related to the installation of WiFi, which, in this case, includes installing a RADIUS server. In case you are worried about the difficulty level involved in the installation, don’t be. Follow this simple tutorial to configure WPA-2 with RADIUS server.

Selection of Equipment

Investing in the right equipment can make a network safe for small business owners. If you invest in a business-class router, then you’d get multiple SSIDs. The benefit of this is users will be given guest access, separated from the main network and subsequently, the odds of the main network being compromised will be reduced.

Investing in a dual band business router has its benefits, the most important of which is using two different SSIDs at two different processor speeds; 2.4GHz and 5GHZ. As the administrator, you will be able to decide which device will use 2.4GHz speed and which 5GHz.

The device that is sending or receiving highly classified data can be assigned 5GHz speed because 5GHz doesn’t share its platform with other wireless devices. The only problem with 5GHz is poor coverage compared to 2.4GHz. To deal with the coverage problem, a small business needs the right device.

Be Industry Specific

The way things are shaping up in the WiFi industry, certain industries are clearly going to benefit. For example, WiFi gear manufacturer Aruba Network is rumored to be acquired by the tech giant Hewlett Packard. Aruba Network is widely recognized for its healthcare-centric WiFi solutions.

In July 2014, Consulate Health Care, one of the largest healthcare providers in the U.S., selected Aruba for wireless network upgrade. When the upgrade is complete, more than 2,500 Aruba Instant controller-less access points will be set up to facilitate Consulate. Consulate is a large-scale healthcare provider with more than 200 centers across 21 states. But that doesn’t mean small businesses can’t utilize Aruba’s WiFi solution.

In fact, if the acquisition indeed takes place, then small businesses in the healthcare sectors will benefit because HP will reportedly increase its reach and add small and medium sized businesses to its list of clients. The only challenge for small businesses is the susceptibility of the WiFi technology in Aruba, which may not support flexible pricing on 3G and 4G coverage.

But once acquired, HP may work on Aruba’s WiFi infrastructure to increase its clientele. Besides, it’d be difficult for HP to take Aruba’s WiFi solutions to countries outside of the U.S. because prices are fixed artificially in many of those countries and the competition is often inadequate. This means U.S. clients will be on HP’s priority list, implying opportunities for small and medium scale businesses, who operate out of the healthcare sector.

So as we can see, small businesses can keep on upgrading themselves if they keep their eyes open and take notes of all the latest news and trends in the WiFi industry. This can enable you to embrace the WiFi best practices so your business yields a profit.

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This article, "Why Following the WiFi Industry is Essential for Small Businesses" was first published on Small Business Trends

SMB Lending on the Rise, Can Tax Deductions Be Overdone?

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 02:30 PM PDT

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Small businesses have struggled to obtain loans for the last several years thanks to the sluggish economy. But in the last month, the loan approval rate for small businesses climbed to its highest point since the start of the Great Recession.

In other small business finance news, the tax deadline is right around the corner. But business owners that are considering selling need to be very careful about the deductions they use. These stories and more are included in this week’s Small Business Trends news and information roundup.

Finance Small Business Loans Keep Breaking Records in February

Small businesses continue getting loans approved by big banks, and in record numbers. Hitting its highest point since the end of the Great Recession, the loan approval rate for small businesses at big banks reached 21.5 percent in February. That’s according to the February 2015 Biz2Credit Small Business Lending Index.

Stop! Don’t Take Those Tax Deductions If You Plan to Sell Your Business

As tax season looms again for small business owners, it’s time to think about those deductions. But wait! Though common sense may tell you to take as many as you can, that could be a bad strategy long term. That’s especially the case if you plan to sell your business.

Reward your Small Business with the Capital One Spark® Cash Card

Obsessed about your business? No, you’re driven. Driven to go above and beyond. So why settle for a business credit card that limits how much cash back you earn? Or charges you for an employee card? In your business, you accept every obstacle, deadline, and challenge but that shouldn’t extend to your business card.

Mobile Technology Lenovo A7000 Phablet Offers Super Sound and Little Interference

Lenovo’s A7000 phablet could spell the end of voice calls and video chats that leave you wondering. With the company touting the new phone’s sound system, there should be little doubt what just happened or what was said. The mid-range A7000’s main draw likely will be its price tag, first, and then it’s supreme audio quality.

Hero 2+ is the Third Phone With Cyanogen OS 11

Alcatel has just introduced a mid-range phablet that would normally get anyone’s attention on its own. But the OneTouch Hero 2+ is making waves because it’s another device loaded with the open-source Android operating system known as Cyanogen. This will be the third smartphone released that’s stocked with a Cyanogen OS.

Plug In and Charge Internationally With the MU System

You’re on a business trip overseas, you brought your phone and tablet and now you need to charge them. The problem is your charger won’t fit in the outlets. This is a common frustration that many jetsetters face and probably have already found a solution for with the use of plug adapters.

Zapier Zaps Your Data from One App to Another With One Click

As small businesses use more apps, the data collected in one isn’t easily transferred to another. For example, a new customer’s contact data collected in one app may have to be manually entered into all other apps a business uses. Or you have to custom code the integration to allow that data transfer to happen automatically. Either way can be arduous and expensive.

HTC Announces UH OH Protection for When an Oopsie Occurs

Back on March 1, HTC announced the new HTC One M9. Now today, March 18, a tweet from the president of HTC Americas, Jason Mackenzie, promises big news for the company’s new flagship smartphone. So what is this big news? It’s the UH OH Protection plan. This new protection plan will cover more than standard damage that could occur to your HTC One M9.

Retail Trends 6 eCommerce Customer Service Benchmarks for Your Business

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The Best Business Dashboard Apps For Small Businesses

The modern business is bursting at the seams with data, but making sense of it all can feel like the job of a master mathematician. Because there’s now so much data available, business intelligence applications have become a vital part of a small business’s arsenal of strategic tools.

Social Media 8 Reasons Why LinkedIn Ads Kind Of Stink

LinkedIn made a measly $153 million dollars from ads in the last quarter, with their marketing solutions making up just 20 percent of their 2014 revenue. That’s insanely low, considering they have over 347 million members now, 93 million of whom are active each month.

Move Over Facebook and Twitter, Heard Reinvents Sharing

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Startup Improving Your Community Can Improve Your Business

When choosing a location for your startup, it can be tempting to go with a major hub like Silicon Valley. And those hubs can definitely have their benefits. But they aren’t automatically better than lesser known areas or cities that don’t have huge existing startup communities.

How One Brooklyn Rooftop is Changing the Produce Market

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Adobe Document Cloud Aims to Get Rid of Your Paperwork

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How to Get All Available Tax Deductions

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 12:30 PM PDT

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You worked all year for your revenue. Now be sure you get all tax deductions you’re entitled to, so you can keep as much of it as you can after taxes.

When it comes to his clients, tax attorney Jeff Jacobs of EisnerAmper LLP tells Small Business Trends in a phone interview it isn’t always about how much a business can save.

“Sometimes it’s not the money. Sometimes it’s the principal of the thing,” Jacobs says.

Small business owners may be willing to pay their fair share, but that extra represents money you have already invested in your business. And money you could reinvest to make it grow — if you get to keep it, that is.

What Qualifies As A Tax Deduction

So what qualifies as a tax deduction?

“It all comes down to applying IRS Code Section 162, which provides the general structure for determining whether or not an expense is deductible for tax purposes,” says Kevin Busch, president of CFOToday.

CFOToday is a national accounting franchise specializing in small business finance and taxes.

To qualify, Busch says expenses must fall into one of five broad categories:

The expense must be an ordinary part of doing business. The expense must be necessary. It must be an actual business expense. It must have been incurred and paid during the tax year. It must be connected to trade or business.

Because of the way these rules are generally interpreted by the Internal Revenue Service, Busch says some expenses may be only partially covered. One example is in the case of meals and entertainment.

“These are tax deductible if these items are for entertaining clients or developing prospects into clients. However, only 50 percent of these costs are deductible, applying the principle that these are ordinary and necessary,” Busch explains. “And that they meet the ‘reasonableness’ standard-thus the 50 percent deduction limit.”

Many Deductions Go Overlooked

Still many deductions go overlooked and unclaimed by businesses that are entitled to them, says Tyler Thompson in an email interview with Small Business Trends.

Thompson is Vice President of Business Development for Deductr, a company with a solution designed to track, monitor and even receive tax deductions for independent business owners.

The company claims seven out of nine taxpayers overpay every year.

Among often overlooked tax deductions are startup costs, says Thompson.

“You can deduct up to $5,000 of the startup costs you incurred before you began operations in the first year of your business,” he explains. “For anything over $5,000, they can be amortized over a 15-year period.”

Jacobs gives an example of how such simple deductions can be overlooked.

“What about the cost of training your staff?” Jacobs explains. “Imagine you’re opening a retail business. You invite your newly hired staff to join you for a day of training. You’ve rented a hotel room. You pay to have a meal brought in and pay them for a day’s work just to go over things with them.”

Other often overlooked deductions include home office expenses, auto expense or mileage, bad debts and health insurance premiums, said Thompson. Though many of these expenses are at least partially deductible, many small busainesses don’t do so, he said.

Keep Adequate Records

One major consideration, says Thompson and Jacobson, is the need to keep adequate records of expenses when filing for business deductions.

“The tax law requires very specific substantiation for travel and entertainment expenses, which are spelled out in IRS Publication 463,” says Barbara Weltman, President of Big Ideas for Small Business Inc. and author of “J.K. Lasser’s Small Business Taxes 2015: Your Complete Guide to a Better Bottom Line.”

“If the IRS questions a return and the taxpayer can’t produce these records, otherwise legitimate deductions can be disallowed,” Weltman explains. “For example, if you use your personal car for business driving and don’t have a record of business trips (date, distance, purchase of the trip) in a written diary, app, or other record made at the time of the driving, car-related write-offs likely will be lost.”

What to Do If a Deduction is Disallowed

If the IRS were to disallow a claimed deduction, Jacobs says this would make the business owner liable for the back taxes that had not been paid.

Business owners have the option to appeal such decisions through the IRS Office of Appeals. Failing to get a favorable decision here, small business owners can also pursue remedy through the U.S. Tax Court.

Disallowed deductions need be for a vast sum in order to be challenged, either, Jacobs insists. He says the court has an entire division set aside to hear claims of $25,000 or less.

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How and Why Data Will Save Small Business

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 10:00 AM PDT

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Small business is in the biggest decline since the industrial revolution.

They’re losing ground to bigger businesses, who, in addition to economies of scale, enjoy a data advantage. In today’s environment, companies with the ability to collect, analyze and decide based on data win. Technological breakthroughs will soon make big data universally accessible.

That’s great news for Main Street.

In a previous role as an analyst at Bain & Company, I spent most nights and weekends analyzing huge data sets in Excel and SQL. Our goal — arm clients with game changing insights based on data.

How can we become more profitable? Who are our best customers? What go-to-market channels are most effective? Bain claims that smart use of data allow its clients to outperform the S&P 500 by a factor of four to one.

Recently, the power of data has jumped from closed-door meetings and PowerPoint decks into complex software in multiple business disciplines, driving efficiency and revenue on all sides of enterprise business.

Joe Lagunda, the head of analytics and business intelligence at Starbucks, recently reminded consumers that Starbucks “knows who you are and why you’re different.” Starbucks uses this information to send timely, relevant marketing messages that make you more caffeinated, and Starbucks more profitable.

Small Business Data Collection

While these data-driven business strategies have long been beyond the reach of small businesses, the current technological trends help end the lead that their large counterparts have enjoyed for years.

First, small businesses have limited access to data. Large firms can aggregate data from millions of consumers to better identify trends and market conditions.

An independent small business has limited information. The rapid adoption of cloud computing will eliminate this data advantage. Cloud-based platforms are beginning to aggregate data from all their small business users, providing any one business with more data than they could collect themselves, similar to how consumers benefit from Google Maps crowdsourcing traffic data.

Second, small businesses lack the people and the systems to analyze large complex data sets. Components of Artificial Intelligence (AI) will solve this.

In a recent article in Wired Magazine, Kevin Kelly argues that after a string of “pathetic failures” AI is finally ready for prime-time. Rather than just more advanced virtual personal assistants, real AI according to Kelly will be “more like Amazon Web Services — cheap, reliable, industrial-grade digital smartness running behind everything”.

Right now, AI is behind everything from self-driving cars to Facebook’s news feed, to business tools like RelateIQ that analyze data and predict the best sales approach. Not only does AI have the potential to replace the activities of a Bain consultant, it will make complex enterprise software simple enough for a corner pottery business.

Finally, even with the right insights, small businesses often lack the resources to act. This is where automation comes into play. An easy consumer example in home automation is Nest’s thermostat which shuts off when it senses that no one is home. And enterprise businesses are benefiting from an abundance of automated solutions in the fast-growing field of sales and marketing software. While automation helps corporations be more effective, it actually enables small business owners to use the software in the first place because current solutions are too complicated.

The volume of behavioral and transactional data produced and tracked by small business is exploding and small business owners need help to take advantage of it.

Very soon, your small neighborhood coffee shop will have the same high tech tools that Starbucks enjoys today. They’ll know who their customers are, the last time they visited and, perhaps most importantly, when is the right time to offer a loyalty incentive, ask for a referral, or remind you to leave a review on their Google+ page.

When small businesses can manage and leverage complex data just as well as corporations do, they will once again gain a competitive edge.

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Mark Tack of Vibes: Mobile Wallets Move Us Closer to Smartphones Being Marketing Platforms

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 07:30 AM PDT

When Apple Pay was announced as part of the iPhone 6 rollout last year, it accelerated the adoption of mobile payments’ march to the consumer. But mobile payments is just part of the mobile wallets equation, which Mark Tack, Vice President of Marketing for mobile marketing technology company Vibes, says holds the key in turning mobile phones into full-fledged engagement platforms.

Tack shares how Apple Passbook, Google Wallet, iBeacons and other technologies are helping companies go beyond doing transactions over the phone, to creating full-blown experiences that cross the customer engagement life cycle. (This transcript has been edited for publication. To hear audio of the full interview, click on the audio player at the end of this article.)

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mobile walletsSmall Business Trends: Give me a little bit of your personal background.

Mark Tack: I’ve always been in entrepreneurial marketing roles helping to create new markets, and help marketers seize new opportunities. So I’ve always been in and around the marketing ecosystem, and the digital marketing ecosystem.

Small Business Trends: Tell us a little bit about Vibes.

Mark: We’ve been around for nearly 17 years and have a platform called Catapult that helps marketers manage all their mobile touch points across the various mobile marketing channels. And one of the hottest areas right now is around mobile wallets, and managing content in Apple Passbook and Google Wallet.

Small Business Trends: How are mobile payments starting to morph into mobile wallets?

Mark: A lot of people, when they hear the term mobile wallet, think payments first. But Apple first introduced Passbook in September 2012 as a non-payment application pre-installed on the iPhone. So Passbook was all about helping the customer shop easier by mobilizing coupons, offers and loyalty cards. It wasn’t until recently, when Apple introduced Apple Pay, that actual payment functionality was brought to the iPhone.

On the other side, Google Wallet has been on the market for quite some time. Its evolution is actually the opposite of Apple. It started as a payment application, and then Google introduced the non-payment functionality in September 2013. And when the Google Wallet app was updated, they added functionality for offers and loyalty cards and all those non-payment sites.

Our clients have been most excited about the non-payment opportunity and how marketers can leverage these apps that come pre-installed on the phone, to engage with their customers. And we’re starting to see the market identify this as a new marketing channel.

When you think about the customer journey, the customer is getting organized for their shopping experience before they ever make it in the store. And then, of course, at the register, they make that transaction. That’s only one part of the customer journey.

After they leave the store, as marketers, we’re trying to figure out how do we get them back in the store and how do we build that ongoing loyalty. So the payment piece is only one sliver of it. But mobile wallets can be used to help marketers connect with their customers before, during and after that experience which really extends the opportunity for the marketer.

Small Business Trends: But now mobile wallets are starting to set up as a mobile marketing platform, all around customer engagement.

Mark: What our customers are finding is if you get the customer to save content on their phone, it becomes one of the most valuable experiences you can deliver as a marketer. So what’s emerging here is this concept of mobile wallets becoming marketing platforms. It’s really about activating all other forms of marketing with the mobile wallet.

For example, one of our clients is Men’s Warehouse, and through all of 2014 they were adding a big button on all their emails that said, save this offer to your phone. They found a 10-times increase in in-store redemptions with the save to phone functionality.

So for them, it was a dramatic difference between having it and not, and it’s all about getting the customer to save that content on their phone.

Small Business Trends: So the idea of a mobile marketing platform is to keep their attention and make sure you have it at the right time?

Mark: Our phones are becoming the closet at home that just continues to have more and more items piled up in it. And none of us want that. We all want our experiences and our lives to be simplified. So what the mobile wallet does is take all those paper coupons and those plastic loyalty cards and it allows the consumer to mobilize that content and get it on the phone.

Now the other source of convenience is around location. Once you save a coupon to Passbook, and then walk past a retail store, you’re going to have a subtle reminder on your phone. And your iPhone’s going to say, ‘remember two weeks ago when you were on Pep Boys mobile website and you decided to save that coupon for 50 percent off your next oil change? Well there’s a Pep Boys right across the street. You may want to go in there right now and redeem that.’

Pep Boys was actually a real example I just talked you through. They saw a 30 percent in-store redemption rate once the customer saves that content on their phone. That is extremely high.

Small Business Trends: How does your service work with a service like Adobe’s marketing cloud to get a 360 degree view of a customer in order to engage them over the mobile device.

Mark: In the mobile channel, we are collecting a lot of data that’s unique to the mobile user. But the real power comes in when we align and connect that data with other sources. So it could be a retailer or brand CRM system. It could be through the partnership that we have with Adobe that we announced last Monday. And there’s a variety of ways that retailers of brands can bring their data sets together to create that unified view of the customer.

Tying it back to mobile wallet, our clients having the most success with their wallet campaigns are the ones that deliver content that’s unique to a person. If you know that Mark Tack is an avid fisherman, and I grew up in Iowa and I’m a big Iowa Hawkeyes fan, that content that you deliver me is going to have way more odds of me paying attention to it if it’s relevant for me.

And we do have some customers starting to really deliver content that is one-to-one personalization at scale. And it really does start with getting that data set combined.

Small Business Trends: Where can people learn more about what you guys are doing with Vibes, and mobile wallets?

Mark: Our website has a variety of resources at Vibes.com.

This interview on mobile wallets is part of the One on One interview series with thought-provoking entrepreneurs, authors and experts in business today. This transcript has been edited for publication. To hear audio of the full interview, click on the player above. 

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Expect the Unexpected? Get Real.

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 05:00 AM PDT

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I recently ran across that old chestnut ‘expect the unexpected’ in a newspaper article and for a reason I don’t entirely understand, it kind of ticked me off.

Being prepared is one thing. But I submit, it’s entirely unreasonable to exist in a state of constant anticipation of something completely unpredictable, and then to be chastised for not being ready to handle said something.

It took a while to pair with “not living up to expectations,’ but I do feel like I made some small stride for rational expectations. You’re welcome.

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8 Reasons Why LinkedIn Ads Kind Of Stink

Posted: 20 Mar 2015 02:30 AM PDT

LinkedIn Ad Campaigns

LinkedIn made a measly $153 million dollars from ads in the last quarter, with their marketing solutions making up just 20 percent of their 2014 revenue. That’s insanely low, considering they have over 347 million members now, 93 million of whom are active each month. By contrast, Google did around $18 billion, and Facebook did nearly $4 billion in ad sales during the same time period.

Why is LinkedIn falling down so badly in ad revenue? Simple: Their ads kind of stink.

I’ve tried to make them work for dozens of clients, but finally had to give up. Here’s why:

8. There’s No Remarketing!

This is pretty nuts. Remarketing was introduced in AdWords over five years ago, but even then, it wasn’t a brand new thing. You can buy remarketing ads on Twitter, Facebook, on the Google Display Network, at YouTube, and even for Google Search — but you can’t get it on LinkedIn.

There are a dozen different flavors of remarketing, too: dynamic remarketing, similar audiences, RLSA, etc.

Advertising on LinkedIn is like traveling back in time, to the good old days. You know, before consumer tracking and electricity.

Remarketing is pretty important; people who have already visited your site are most likely to engage with your ads. You can also tailor your ad creative to appeal to different segments, based on their interactions with your brand.

But you can’t do that on LinkedIn! They have no commercial intent whatsoever. How are you supposed to figure out what these audience segments are in the market for? You’re not.

7. No Custom Lists . . . Seriously.

You can target specific lists of people in Facebook using Custom Audiences, or on Twitter using Tailored Audiences. This allows you to take your customer emails right out of your CRM, for example, and dump them into Twitter to target people who already know your brand with specific content.

LinkedIn Ad Campaigns

Not so in LinkedIn. This is where LinkedIn could actually be competing against itself — maybe they’re worried that this would dramatically reduce the value of their Sponsored InMail service? I’m not sure, but it makes for a pretty disappointing PPC ad experience.

6. What Lead Gen Ad Formats?

This is one area where LinkedIn is actually going backwards. They had a Lead Collection feature, but retired it in 2014. The best option, they say, is to capture leads on your own landing page.

Yet with Twitter Cards, you can capture information like email, first name, and last name with one click:

LinkedIn Ad Campaigns

LinkedIn ads come in two flavors: vanilla and plain vanilla (also known as URL ads linking to your site and sponsored updates).

LinkedIn Ad Campaigns

That is, unless you want to use the Premium Display Advertising managed service. But why would you risk it, when this is what the self-serve ads are like?

5. CPM Pricing vs. Goal-Based Pricing

One thing I love about Twitter Ads is the Goal-Based Pricing, which all of its self-serve ad formats have. You get charged for goal completion, depending on the type of campaign you are running.

It tells me the people at Twitter believe in their product and are going to try their best to deliver value, or else they don’t get paid.

LinkedIn Ad Campaigns

If the people at LinkedIn don’t believe in their ad products, why should an advertiser?

4. Quality, Schmality.

My name is Larry Kim, and I’m addicted to Quality Score.

In Twitter, Google, Google Display Ads — and even Facebook now — there’s a Quality Score concept that guides your placement, display frequency and pricing. Generally, the higher your CTRs or Engagement Rates, the higher your impression share and the lower your CPC. I love this because it gives advertisers an incentive to create great ads.

LinkedIn Ad Campaigns

Apparently a LinkedIn Ad campaign does use a Quality Score metric, but the rewards for great ads are so small, it’s very difficult to detect. It also considers only two things: all-time CTR and your bid.

One thing this does is makes a low-CTR strategy viable on LinkedIn, where it usually isn’t on other ad platforms. Where Quality Score is a major factor (like on Google AdWords), you want to avoid a low CTR because of the negative effect it has on your ad placement and cost per click.

LinkedIn doesn’t seem to give a crap about ad quality and certainly doesn’t reward advertisers for making an effort.

3. Account Promotion Is Ancient and Sucks

A LinkedIn Ad campaign will let you promote your Company Page or even your personal account, but it doesn’t give the viewer an option to Follow! On Twitter and Facebook, you can promote your Page or Account and when people see the ad, one click makes them a fan or follower.

No so with LinkedIn.

It’s ridiculously hard to grow your follower base on LinkedIn. You can’t invite people to the Page and you can’t advertise to them in any way that makes sense, either. Company Pages are really limited, too — you can’t respond to the status updates of others, or engage unless your followers initiate the conversation. You can’t post LinkedIn Blog posts as a company (a feature on personal profiles). You’re really limited, compared to the function of personal LinkedIn profiles.

If you use these ads to promote your Company Page, you have to just cross your fingers and hope that once they click through to your Page, they choose to follow it.

LinkedIn even recommends using the other ad format, Sponsored Updates, to “promote your company page,” but you’ll run into the same issue:

LinkedIn Ad Campaigns

There’s no option for them to Like your Page. You’re paying to get in front of them once and then . . . praying? If they do what you want and click on the content, they’re gone.

Since the whole point of LinkedIn Company Pages was to connect companies with people, wouldn’t you think they would make this a little easier? It’s like trying to do social media with both arms tied behind your back. It shouldn’t be this hard.

2. Improvements? We’ll Get Around To It. Or Not.

It’s a full-time job keeping up with all the updates to ad targeting, ad formats, and reporting tools in Twitter, Google AdWords, and Facebook. Yet the Linkedin Ad platform hasn’t changed much since I first started using it, around three years ago.

LinkedIn Ad Campaigns

If the ad targeting options (all still based on targeting user-entered data from personal profile pages) have evolved over the years, it’s imperceptible — and it’s nothing you can’t get on Facebook. It’s pretty crazy, actually . . . LinkedIn has this smaller but super professional audience, which could be very lucrative for advertisers. They should be offering even more than Facebook to win our ad spend away from them.

Which brings us to. . .

1. Ridiculously High CPMs

So just how much will these plain vanilla ads with no remarketing, lacking in commercial intent and offering 2005’s targeting options run you?

The minimum bid here is $2.50 a click, or $12 per 1000 impressions. The minimum daily budget is $10, which will get you exactly 4 clicks or 800 impressions — IF you totally luck out and get the minimum cost possible.

Like I said, it’s not goal-based, so it doesn’t matter to LinkedIn if it actually works for you. You don’t get a click discount for having super effective ads.

LinkedIn Ad Campaigns

I’ve even experimented with drastically changing the targeting parameters, yet price was barely affected. On pretty much every other ad auction I’ve used, there’s this crazy little thing called “supply and demand” that helps guide the price of your ads.

0. Bonus, Most Annoying LinkedIn Missing Feature: No Conversion Tracking!

That’s right. Twitter, Facebook, Google — they all have conversion tracking and rich reporting and analytics dashboards to help you track ROI of your PPC spend. Whereas LinkedIn doesn’t have a conversion pixel.

The suggested work-around is to manually tag your destination URLs and use Google Analytics. The down-side to this approach is that your conversion data doesn’t appear alongside your campaign data.

Is There Anything Good About a LinkedIn Ad Campaign?

Sure, it has some redeeming qualities. Like . . . you can target 6,549 people living in Antarctica!

LinkedIn Ad Campaigns

Pretty much everything else is rather unremarkable, in the sense that you can do this elsewhere, better and cheaper.

LinkedIn even fails to make recommendations for using its ads to increase engagement. At the end of every month, I receive an email update telling me how my profile performed for the month. At the bottom of these reports, there’s a section that says “Up your numbers.” This links to a “Best Practices” page that offers tips on how to write compelling headlines and updates, and make the most of Company Page features. But there isn’t a single mention of how to leverage LinkedIn’s advertising options. You’d think that since the purpose of ads is typically to “up your numbers” there would be a mention of how to do this with LinkedIn ads, but it seems LinkedIn isn’t even confident enough in its advertising offerings to make them a part of these recommendations.

What About LinkedIn’s New Lead Accelerator?

Last week, LinkedIn announced the launch of its “Lead Accelerator” product. Although I haven’t used the service personally yet, at first glance, it looks pretty disappointing. Yes, LinkedIn’s Lead Accelerator could help solve some of these issues, particularly remarketing and conversion tracking. However, as it stands, it appears to offer little more than a way to put LinkedIn ads on other sites, with an analytics layer thrown in.

LinkedIn Ad Campaigns

Personally, I’d be very hesitant about spending even more money on the LinkedIn Lead Accelerator product. If they can’t (or won’t) fix the major problems with their ads on their own site, what makes the idea of placing them elsewhere appealing? Broadening your reach sounds fine in principle, but expanding the range of sites that LinkedIn ads appear on doesn’t do anything to address the serious shortcomings I listed above.

If you’re not happy with LinkedIn ads, offering an opportunity to spend even more money to show them on other sites doesn’t sound like a great idea. Like I said, I haven’t tried it yet, but it doesn’t seem particularly compelling. Maybe Lead Accelerator will help LinkedIn ads get with the times, but for now, I’m not convinced.

Hey LinkedIn Ad campaign people, we need to talk. It’s time for you to call a friend here and get some help with the answer. Self-serve ads could be a hugely valuable part of your business — look what it’s done for your friends at Twitter, Facebook and Google. Call me or something . . . you’re missing out on a huge opportunity, but your users and advertisers just deserve better.

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Utile E-book in pdf di 67 pagine sugli adempimenti per l'apertura e la disciplina fiscale

Il presente lavoro si pone l’obiettivo di analizzare le peculiarità di un’attività di commercio elettronico, descrivendone le formalità di apertura, le principali problematiche e le principali modalità di tassazione sia diretta che indiretta. Esso è aggiornato con le principali novità intervenute nell’anno 2014 e quelle in vigore dall’anno 2015, come ad esempio la nuova disciplina MOSS.

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Sintesi
Premessa
1. Aspetti generali
1. Definizioni di e-commerce e sue classificazioni
2. Principali aspetti giuridici
3. Le formalità amministrative per aprire un’attività di commercio elettronico
1. Apertura della partita Iva ed inizio di attività
1.1. Apertura di partita Iva. Modulistica e modalità di compilazione
2. SCIA e apertura posizione presso il registro imprese (camera di commercio competente)
3. Iscrizione al VIES
4. Aspetti fiscali del commercio elettronico
1. Aspetti generali
1.1. Il concetto di stabile organizzazione, alcuni cenni storici
1.2. Definizione di stabile organizzazione ai fini delle imposte dirette ed IVA
2. L’imposizione diretta
2.1. Stabili organizzazioni e commercio elettronico
2.2. Il caso
2.3. Classificazione e trattamento fiscale delle operazioni di commercio elettronico
3. L’imposizione indiretta
3.1. Cessioni di beni (applicabile al commercio elettronico indiretto)
3.2. Prestazioni di servizi rese da soggetti italiani a terzi soggetti (applicabile al commercio elettronico diretto)
3.3. Il regime MOSS e l’art. 74-quinquies d.P.R. 633/1972



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Das Wort des Tages: Tagundnachtgleiche

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La parola di oggi è: Tagundnachtgleiche
 

Tagundnạchtgleiche , Tag-und-Nacht-Gleiche <-, -n>
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astr equinozio m.

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Una parola dello Zingarelli al giorno: equinozio

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La parola di oggi è: equinozio
   SILLABAZIONE: e–qui–nò–zio
equinòzio / ekwiˈnɔttsjo/
[vc. dotta, lat. aequinŏctiu(m), comp. di āequus ‘uguale’ e nŏx, genit. nŏctis, come l'equivalente gr. isonýktion ☼ av. 1292]
s. m.
● (astron.) istante in cui il Sole, muovendosi sull'eclittica, si trova esattamente sull'equatore, cioè a uno dei due nodi della sua orbita rispetto all'equatore celeste | equinozio di primavera, il 20 marzo | equinozio d'autunno, il 22 o 23 settembre
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Word of the Day: equinox

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La parola di oggi è: equinox
 
equinox /ˈi:kwɪnɒks,/
n.(astron.) equinozio: the spring (o vernal) equinox, l'equinozio di primavera; the autumn equinox, l'equinozio d'autunno.
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Dizionario inglese italiano italiano inglese
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La parola di oggi è: équinoxe
 
équinoxe /ekinɔks/
s. m.(astr.) equinozio: équinoxe de printemps, vernal, equinozio di primavera, vernale; équinoxe automnal, d'automne, equinozio d'autunno
équinoxial /ekinɔksjal/ agg. [pl. équinoxiaux /ekinɔksjo/ ](astr.) equinoziale.
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 Questa sera su La7 ore 21:10 Il Morandini consiglia: La chiave di SaraElle s'appelait SarahFr. 2010GENERE: Dramm. DURATA: 111′ VISIONE CONSIGLIATA: RAG.CRITICA: 3 PUBBLICO: 3REGIA: Gilles Paquet-BrennerATTORI: Kristin Scott Thomas, Mélusine Mayance, Niels Arestrup, Aidan Quinn, Frédéric Pierrot, Michel Duchaussoy, Charlotte Poutrel
Nel 2010 uscì Vento di primavera, basato su un episodio storico poco noto: il 16 luglio 1942, su ordine dei tedeschi occupanti, la polizia francese arresta a Parigi 13 151 ebrei, poi deportati nei lager. A guerra finita ne sopravvissero 25. Le autorità francesi distrussero ogni traccia scritta e fotografica del vergognoso evento. Questo 6° film di Paquet-Brenner (tratto da un best seller di Tatiana De Rosnay, che in USA ha venduto un milione di copie, sceneggiato con Serge Joncour) si rifà allo stesso episodio storico. Peccato che sia come diviso in 2 film, di impari valore. L'uno fa perno sulla piccola Sarah Starzynski, un'intrepida bambina ebrea di 10 anni, indimenticabile anche per merito della sua interprete (Mayance), notevole pure a livello stilistico (si sente che il regista è, in quanto ebreo, coinvolto personalmente). L'altro film fa capo, invece, a una curiosa e appassionata giornalista USA (Scott Thomas) che da 20 anni vive in Francia e, in crisi coniugale, rifiuta di occupare l'appartamento, ristrutturato dal marito architetto, dove aveva abitato la famiglia di Sarah. Uno dei temi del film è che i sopravvissuti devono imparare a convivere con i morti. Emergono i limiti del romanzo, ma non mancano – oltre alla sobria e intensa recitazione della Scott Thomas – i passaggi emozionanti: la visita al Memoriale della Shoah e la dolorosa fine di Sarah adulta (Poutrel).
AUTORE LETTERARIO: Tatiana De Rosnay
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