Technical Notes of Ehi Kioya

Technical Notes of Ehi Kioya

What Happened To Windows 9?

What Happened To Windows 9?

Windows 10 will be the next major release of the Microsoft Windows operating system. It is scheduled for release late 2015. The question on many people’s minds, however, is: “What happened to Windows 9?” It seems a little illogical to move from Windows 8/8.1 straight to Windows 10. This article discusses some partially confirmed and mostly speculative reasons why Microsoft decided to ditch Windows 9 even though it was the next obvious version number, and move straight to Windows 10.

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How Do Free Mobile Apps Make Money?

How Do Free Mobile Apps Make Money?

Most of us have downloaded dozens of apps on our smartphones without paying a cent. How do the developers of these free mobile apps make money? This article discusses the marketing strategies used by mobile app developers to make money from apps that users download for free.

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Content Marketing In The Age Of Responsive Web Design

Content Marketing In The Age Of Responsive Web Design

Mobile devices are changing everything. They have significantly changed the way we communicate. Now they are also changing the way marketers reach us. This article takes a look at responsive web design and how it is changing the world of content marketing.

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Reverse Email Search: Find The Person Behind That Email!

Reverse Email Search: Find The Person Behind That Email!

We often get email from people we don’t know. Such emails are usually unwanted or unsolicited. But in some cases, you may just need to figure out who the person behind the email address is. This article examines a number of ways to do reverse email search.

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