Friday, March 6, 2015


Here is the full list of the top 10 richest people under 40:
  1. Mark Zuckerberg (age 30) - $35.1 billion
  2. Dustin Moskovitz (age 30) - $7.7 billion
  3. Jan Koum (age 38) - $7.7 billion
  4. Scott Duncan (age 32) - $5.5 billion
  5. Sean Parker (age 35) - $5.2 billion
  6. Yang Huiyan (age 34) - $5.1 billion (inherited)
  7. Alejandro Santo Domingo (age 38) - $4.9 billion (inherited)
  8. Elizabeth Holmes (age 31) - $4.5 billion
  9. Eduardo Saverin (age 32) - $4.4 billion
  10. Arun Pudur (age 38) - $4 billion

Guess what, Mark, Dustin, Sean, Eduardo, Jan Koum all made their fortune from Facebook.

BlackBerry Will Release FOUR New Phones In 2015

BlackBerry confirms FOUR new BB10 handsets for 2015

Fresh off the back of a mysterious MWC pseudo-launch for an as-yet-unnamed slider handset, BlackBerry has confirmed it will be releasing three more phones in 2015. The company launched the BlackBerry Leap, a $200 all-touch, mid-range handset, during the expo but this is just the tip of the iceberg for 2015.

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Mark Zuckerberg Reveals the One Question He Asks Before Hiring a New Facebook Employee

When Mark Zuckerberg is involved in bringing a new employee into Facebook, the CEO said the answer to one simple question helps him determine whether the person would be a good fit:
Would I be happy working for this person?
"I will only hire someone to work directly for me if I would work for that person," Zuckerberg told a group in Barcelona who participated in the Facebook co-founder's monthly town hall meeting. "It's a pretty good test."
One of those people who passed the test was clearly Facebook's Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg.
When asked by a woman in the audience what it is like to work with Sandberg, Zuckerberg said he considered her a mentor and someone who has been instrumental in building Facebook into a business and "healthy organization."
Zuckerberg was in Barcelona for the Mobile World Congress where he spoke about the strides his initiative has made in the developing world since he first announced its launch on year ago.
More than 7 million people in developing countries have benefited so far from having Internet access from their phones, according to Zuckerberg. With 50 million people living in the countries that are covered by the app, that number is likely to increase.


Windows Logo Key () Shortcuts

Task:  Use These Keys

Cycle through apps on the taskbar:    + T
Display (or hide) Start screen:  
Display (or hide) desktop window:  + D
Expand or contract desktop window:   + Shift + (Up or Down) Arrow Key
Find other PCs on your network:   + Ctrl + F
Lock screen:  + L


Ever wonder how much money it’d take to create professional-looking videos? You could invest in expensive equipment or hire a professional. Or you could use the camera you carry around in your pocket every day. With proper technique, it’s possible to get some surprisingly good videos on a camera phone. The key is to pay close attention to lighting and sound. And, of course, get comfortable with basic editing techniques.
“Don’t throw a bunch of money at shooting videos,” says Lenovo Videographer Chris Uy. (You may remember this tip from our beginner's guide.) “If you have a decent camera, there’s really no need to spend a lot more to make them look good.”
Instead, Uy says, you can use low-to-no-cost software to edit the videos you’ve captured on your favorite mobile device. Tap into these super simple secrets from the pros to produce your own killer creations.

Monday, March 2, 2015

MEET Farida Bedwei: The Tech Genius with Cerebral Palsy

Farida Bedwei, is a pretty Nigerian woman born with cerebral palsy about 38 years ago has conquered the challenging condition to become one of the most respected technologists on the African continent. Farida Bedwei, born 1979, in Lagos Nigeria, to parents of Ghanaian descent, was diagnosed with cerebral palsy at the age of ten days old due to Rhesus incompatibility. Cerebral palsy is an incurable neurological disorder that affects body movement and muscle coordination but does not interfere with the ability to learn.

Sunday, March 1, 2015

They’re finally here: Samsung unveils the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge

After months of rumors and leaks, the moment smartphone enthusiasts around the world have been waiting for is finally here: Samsung has unveiled its new flagship smartphones for the first half of 2015, theGalaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge. Forget everything you thought you knew about Samsung smartphones, because these new Galaxy S6 phones are different in every way imaginable — well, almost every way imaginable.

Surprise! Tesla Model S has a 007 Submarine Mode

The Tesla Model S nets significant attention for its electric driving range, impressive roadholding, and of course its Insane Mode for unbridled acceleration. But now the Model S is grabbing headlines for a wildly different reason – its secret “Submarine Mode.”
With the right combination of buttons and a 007 password, drivers can transform the Model S image on the car’s infotainment system to none other than James Bond’s Lotus Esprit submarine from the 1977 film, The Spy Who Loved Me. YouTube user Josh Heffner filmed how to access the clandestine Easter egg. Take a look.