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Articles tagged with: students

Next MacBook Air, Best Student-Friendly Netbook Ever?

Speculations are that the next MacBook is going be ‘just the thing’ for students! This multiplatform gadget, because of its specification will be the most student-friendly MacBook ever, given the following specifications:

-> High-speed Thunderbolt ports
-> Mac OS X Lion pre-installed
-> Ultra-low voltage Intel Sandy Bridge Processor
-> Backlit keyboard

Professors Focusing On Google+ As A Medium For Study

The previous attempts of Google at social networking (Google Buzz and Google Wave) failed to achieve the expected objectives; with other leading social networks like Facebook, Twitter and somewhat Orkut in the field, they needed to do better to survive.

Google’s most recent attempt, Google+, covered one major flaw of the other social networking sites and that is managing different groups with the same platform. This has made various professors to consider Google+ for connecting with their students.

Tutorspree Adapts To Users’ Needs, Rolls Out Improved Find Feature

If you haven’t already heard about Tutorspree, you may be missing out! Tutorspree is a great way to find the best qualified tutors in your area, without worrying about all the hassles that come with meeting with a new tutor.

For example, when a user registers with Tutorspree, he or she inputs their financial information in the company’s database, and Tutorspree pays the tutor directly after the tutoring session has taken place, making sure that everything went as planned.

Added Privacy To Facebook Sharing?

Facebook has now added one step of privacy to the FB application. Users can now “Send” content to specific groups on Facebook rather than everyone on their friend list. The company explained in a blog post that this will allow users to share specific content without it being seen by undesired parties. Facebook informed the community that the new Send button will be available on 50 partner website including Orbitz.

The company also announced that since its launch six months ago, users have created over 50 million groups on the platform. Facebook also mentioned a deeper integration between Facebook Questions and Facebook Groups–enabling users to ask questions to members of a particular group.