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Adwords – Search As You Type!!!

No wonder Google realizes what its users love the most. It already has a predictive text feature on its Google search product. Instant suggestions on what we’re trying to type. And now Google is planning on bringing this feature to AdWords customers.

The project is being named “Search As You Type,” and it is already made available for Adword customers in the United States.

Dragon Age 2 Removed From Steam

Do all of you still remember the critically acclaimed Dragon Age Origins?? Ofcourse you do.

EA released the second part of this critically acclaimed game, Dragon Age 2 in March, which, much like its predecessor, received universal praise. On July 26, 2011 EA released Dragon Age:Legacy, a DLC (Downloadable Content) for Dragon Age 2 which features an untold story of Hawk, the main protagonist.

Netflix Radically Changes Price Plans; Charges Hefty Fee

It looks like Netflix watched the success of Hulu Plus, and thought to themselves, “Hey boys, I think we can be making a lot more money, here!” The company has radically changed its pricing structure for its Netflix customers, and may cause many to leave.

While customers previously had the option of choosing an $8 streaming plan, they could also pay $2 to rent out one additional DVD at a time.

Netflix Sued By National Association Of The Deaf

Netflix has been sued by the National Association of the Deaf for failing to offer closed-captioning on “enough” of its streaming content. In a lawsuit that was filed last Thursday, the NAD claims that Netflix is in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act by not providing captions for most of its “Watch Instantly” streamed movies and TV shows.

The NAD claims that they are standing up for the 36 million Americans who are deaf or hard of hearing, and that the deaf community has already sent letters, blogs, and petitions urging the site to provide equal access to its content.

Bank Of America Employee Leaks Data To Scammers

Andrew Goldstein has been a Bank of America customer for over 40 years. Goldstein learned the other day that a Bank of America (BofA) employee leaked confidential information about his and hundreds of other customers accounts to scammers. The result? Over $10 million in losses.

Goldstein had his checking account drained of over $20,000 in a matter of hours. According to the Secret Service, 95 suspects have already been arrested in connection with the case which is finally coming to light

If you bank with Bank of America, please be sure to check your accounts frequently to double-check that your information wasn’t part of the confidential data that has been leaked.

T-Mobile Announces Amazing Plans That Saves Users The Most Money

The official announcement of T-Mobiles press release for new plans came out May 23rd. The T-Mobile USA, Inc. announced new family and individual plans. The company does a phenomenal job of making data affordable for families on the largest 4G network. There are plans that are available for new and existing customers.
You can purchase either a single or multiple line plans. There is options depending on price points for talk or unlimited talk, unlimited text and unlimited data — with no data overages — offering 200 MB, 2 GB, 5 GB or 10 GB of high-speed data. Each of the plans also includes unlimited nationwide T-Mobile to T-Mobile calling, and unlimited nights and weekends.

Hackers Hit Sony Once Again

Sony Corp has been hacked once again. It has been less than a month since hackers has intruded on Sony’s personal information and took personal information from more than 100 million online users. A page was hacked on Sony’s website in Thailand.

The site would direct users to another site that was a fake credit card company. The fake company was designed to get confidential information from customers. The security firm, F-secures shut down on Friday. “It’s a Sony security issue,” said Jennifer Kutz, a representative for F-Secure, referring to the fraudulent website.

Yelp, Should You Follow It?

Duncan Simester posted an interesting blog from the Harvard Business Review. Simester mentions a restaurant he created six years ago with two partners, a restaurant meant to be a grab-and-go food business for more expensive clients. Simester claims that Yelp started around the same time and while he originally saw the newly found website as a blessing (being able to receive feedback and improve), he noticed that some of the comments were quite harsh.

Ericcson Buys Out Telenor Connexion; Gaining M2M Technology

Ericcson signed an agreement on Tuesday to acquire Telenor Connexion’s M2M platform (machine-to-machine), in hopes to gain more technology and insights in the booming sector. Although financial details are yet to be released, we know that eleven employees will be moving over to Ericsson from TC. The acquisition comes relatively soon after Ericsson’s Device Connection Platform launch, a service that is planned to be sold to telecom operators. In turn, this will set up M2M applications for their enterprise customers. The platform is sold as a cloud service and offers operators traditional cloud benefits of a low initial investment, coupled with a fast roll-out.