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  1. Many users like to have the original software license especially if the price is affordable Here in this topic I hope to share the software discounts ,, promotional codes,,,coupon codes,,offers for popular software We can have original licenses for low price I know that most users like to get the software for FREE through cracks , patches, serial..... BUT I do believe that many users like the original
  2. I just found this offer up from PureVPN which has a lot of other things in their package other than the standard VPN thingy that they have. It is a bit surprising for me considering the fact that they are offering antivirus, ad blocker, url filter and IPS & IDS along with everything which their standard VPN package has like 5 multilogins, multiple vpn protocols, p2p optimized servers etc. But the price they are offering all this for (most probably because of Black Friday/Cyber Monday offer) is really low i.e. $59 for two years (roughly $2.5 a month if I break it down). Apparently it is like they would be getting a really low amount as profit out of it, but good on the buyers’ end I guess! Here's the link to check the offer out!
  3. The Meizu Pro 5 Ubuntu Edition Is Now Available To Buy, Ships Free to the US Have you been waiting patiently for the Meizu Pro 5 Ubuntu Edition smartphone to go on sale? Well, today your wait is over. A number of OMG! readers pinged us this morning with a link to the Meizu Pro 5 Ubuntu Edition’s product page on the English-facing store front of Jd.com (the official stockist for this Ubuntu phone outside of China). Interestingly the product page for the phone is not currently surfaced through the store’s search results, and can only be accessed via the link. Or I should say ‘links’ as there’s a separate page for Russian buyers). 32GB Model Only Only the 32GB/3GB RAM model of Meizu PRO 5 Ubuntu Edition is currently being made available to purchase. and only in gold. Options for additional colors and storage/ram configurations are not currently listed on the store, though were mentioned by Canonical and Meizu at various press events earlier this year. The 5.7-inch phone costs $369.99 with free shipping to the US and Europe (expected to take a couple of days). Be aware that until Miracast support lands in Ubuntu Touch you won’t be able to use this device to power a desktop PC experience through convergence. Buy Meizu Pro 5 Ubuntu Edition on JD Source
  4. Board of Directors forms a review committee for finding buyers, analyzing offers, and carrying out negotiations Yahoo!'s Board of Directors has announced it formed a Strategic Review Committee of independent directors who are tasked with "exploring strategic alternatives" alongside its existing management structure. Put in simpler words, Yahoo! is looking for a buyer, and the company hired a group of former Silicon Valley execs and lawyers to search and field offers for a possible acquisition. Just days prior this announcement, the company also laid off 15% of its staff (~1,600 employees) and said it would be closing down various business verticals. This list includes sites like Yahoo Food, Yahoo Health, Yahoo Parenting, Yahoo Makers, Yahoo Travel, Yahoo Autos, Yahoo Labs and Yahoo Real Estate. As you can see, these are all smaller magazines which failed to attract a following and are now being cut off to avoid dragging the company's profits down. Mayer didn't fail, but she didn't succeed either Yahoo! stock reached its peak value in the Marissa Mayer era at the end of 2014, at the time of the Alibaba IPO. Stock price is still well above the value at which Mayer took over the company, and despite the recent announcement, the company managed to grow under her tutelage. Nevertheless, Yahoo!'s current position on the tech market is only a mere shadow of what the behemoth was once, being considered the "Internet homepage" long before Reddit could take credit for that title. Web traffic is still at over 1 billion users per month, and the company is ranked fifth in Alexa's global traffic rankings. This is thanks to a strong news section, a respected sports division, and a quite original video portal. Current rumors say that Verizon might be interested in purchasing Yahoo!. These rumors are driven Mayer's long-time friendship with AOL CEO Tim Armstrong, a former colleague with Mayer at Google. Verizon bought AOL last summer for $4.4 billion. Article source
  5. Jolla is an independent phone maker from Finland formed by a number of ex-Nokia staff. Its first Sailfish OS device is a mid-range handset with a low-resolution qHD (960 x 540) 4.5-inch display, LTE, an 8-megapixel camera, 16GB of internal storage, and microSD support. Jolla's phone will be priced at €399 (roughly $535 including sales tax), considerably more than similar devices, but the Finnish company is hoping the draw of a new OS will win consumers in its home country over. The company has partnered with local carrier DNA to peddle its wares, and we'll find out soon enough if this valiant effort to introduce a new OS into such a mature market will be successful. One thing in its favor is that Finland's only other smartphone maker — Nokia — is selling its device business to Microsoft, meaning there's a chance that, in its home market at least, Jolla could cash in on some national pride. There's no word on a precise launch date outside of Finland yet, but the company has previously said it aims to sell its device across Europe before the end of 2013. Jolla was founded by ex Nokia staff and hopes to become the new company to cheer for in Finland. You can check out a walkthrough video of Sailfish OS below. Original Article
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