My adventures selling t-shirts on teespring So I recently found the site TeeSpring.com. I was turned onto the site from a friend who was getting into selling shirts through the platform. Let me first say that I was not trying to make a million dollar business from this venture. My intentions were to make seed money for a new devlopment project I had in mind. Unfortunately,...

Video credit: Skycure – iOS SSL Certificate Parsing Bug Uncovered by Skycure shows that any vulnerable iOS device can be rendered useless by making it reboot endlessly. Wi-Fi Attack Breaks iPhones By Locking Them Into an Endless Loop BY MAX EDDY  Researchers from Skycure demonstrated a novel attack at the RSA 2015 conference that affects iPhones and other iOS devices. The attack, which takes advantage of new and previously announced vulnerabilities, locks iPhones into a never-ending reboot cycle effectively rendering them useless. Developing...

How To Use Snip.ly to Boost Traffic Snip.ly! When I first heard about it a few months back, I thought it was just another URL shortening tool. And I already had Bit.ly, so, I did not feel the urge to sign up for another similar tool. But then I came across an insightful blog about nip.ly and felt a keen interest to take a short trip. What I found was pretty impressive,...

4 Tips You Need To Pass Google’s New Mobile-Friendly Test With 2 billion smartphone or tablet users expected to engage in some form of mobile commerce transactions by 2017, brands can’t afford to not be mobile. So why are consumers shopping on-the-go still being directed to sites with tiny text, excessive scrolling or worse – requiring Flash? Google, the...

Mobile-Friendly Sites Get Boost in Rankings From Google Google’s “Mobilegeddon” is heading your way: The search giant on Tuesday will update its algorithm to give preference to mobile-friendly sites for smartphone or tablet queries. The change, announced in February, means websites not currently optimized for variously sized mobile devices will...