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Will mHealth Revolutionize Healthcare? by Jose Marquez

As it appeared in the Huffington Post. You almost certainly have a cell phone (83 percent of Hispanics do, according to a recent study), and it’s probably a smartphone with capabilities far beyond talking and texting. Perhaps you use it for social networking, checking the weather or sports, or games. But have you thought about…

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Swizz Beatz's Megaupload Downed – Anonymous Retaliates

UPDATE: Megaupload appears to back online, sort of. The Atlantic Wire reports that those who haven’t been arrested on Megaupload’s staff managed to post a message accessible only at their IP address. As of now there’s really no content on the site available beyond a short, exclamation point-happy message asking people to share the new…

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White House Names New Federal CIO – Steven VanRoekel

Steven VanRoekel, a former Microsoft executive, will become the next chief information officer for the federal government — a bigger, more policy-oriented technology job than any he held at the software giant. Steven VanRoekel, a former Microsoft executive, was managing director of the F.C.C. Mr. VanRoekel, 41, who joined the Obama administration from Microsoft in…

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Top 10 Free Online QR Code Generators

The image in the left of this post is called QR (Quick Response) Code, which is generated with the URL of this blog. When decoding the image with some QR code readers (such as this), you will see the URL. Which is fun, right? Besides URLs, you can also turn text, phone numbers, maps and…

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Census Data And The Future of Hispanic Advertising

The recent release of the full 2010 Census population figures has been driving the headlines in the world of Hispanic marketing the last few months. As anticipated by many, the full 2010 Census figures for the U.S. Hispanic population topped the 50 million mark. (50.5 million to be exact!) Fifty million is a big number,…

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