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Separating Your Personal and Business Finances: Why and How

New business owners may seek to keep things simple and co-mingle their business and personal finances. This is a BIG mistake. Here’s why, and what you can to do to appropriately separate your financial activities. Why and How to Separate Your Personal and Business Finances Why Keep Finances Separate? There are important financial, legal and tax reasons to separate your ... Read More »

Entrepreneur Creates Sanctuary for Bees and Bee Education

Picture a 100-acre area just covered with bees and beehives. It’s probably not a place you really want to go, right? But it’s actually an incredibly important (and real) place. Guillaume Gautherea is the entrepreneur behind this bee sanctuary in Upstate New York. The sanctuary, which he hopes to open in about a year, will provide a safe space for ... Read More »

17 Tips and WiFi Tech for Making Your Office Smarter

Having a small business does not mean you cannot have all the latest tech. You can move your small business or home office into the future by installing some of these WiFi devices. Begin making your work life easier by making your office smarter with these smart office solutions below. Belkin Instant Switch The Belkin instant switch allows you to monitor ... Read More »

Nougat for Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2016) now rolling out

Samsung has started pushing out a new update to the Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2016). Arriving as build number P580KXU1BQD9 and P585N0KOU1BQD9 for the Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi+LTE variants respectively, the update brings Android Nougat (version 7.0). Given the fact that it’s an OTA roll out, it might take time for the update to hit your device. Meanwhile, if you feel ... Read More »

Windows 10’s 500 million devices snub Cortana, impacting Microsoft’s AI push

Windows 10 has hit a milestone: 500 million devices have installed it, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella announced Wednesday in his keynote opening the company’s Build 2017 developer conference. Another number, however, is more troubling: Just a fraction of those devices frequently use Cortana, Microsoft’s digital spokesperson for its push into artificial intelligence. Just 141 million devices, or about 28 percent ... Read More »

No more cakes, pizzas, other junk food in Maharashtra school canteens

On Monday, the Maharashtra state education department issued a government resolution instructing all the schools to strike off junk food from their canteen menu. Maharashtra schools’ canteens ban junk food RELATED STORIES Ludhiana teachers asked not to wear jeans as it provocates and distracts students IIT Bombay professor bags INSA Young Scientist Award for his attempts to reduce CO2 emissions ... Read More »

Audi Q5 2.0 TFSI 252 quattro S tronic review 2017

You’ve heard all the kerfuffle about diesel engines, right? Well, at the moment only older diesels are in the firing line over emissions, but certainly the general theme from policy makers is to encourage us to move away from anything that’s refuelled from a black pump. That’s fine if you’re in the market for a small car or family hatchback ... Read More »

BMW 540i xDrive review 2017

So, you like the look of the new BMW 5 Series saloon. And why wouldn’t you? It is, after all, our Car of the Year for 2017 in 520d SE (diesel) form. And, as our full 16-point review explains, that’s because it’s an absolute belter in almost every respect. But what if you want all the strengths of the 5 ... Read More »

£38m for Newport foundry to make new technology behind 5G

Image copyrightREUTERS Funding of nearly £38m has been announced for a facility to make compound semiconductors – a new technology behind robotics, 5G and driverless cars. The 10 councils in the Cardiff Capital Region are set to develop the foundry in Newport, which could create about 2,000 high skilled jobs in five years. The funding follows £12m from the Welsh ... Read More »

Blocking social media won’t end distractions in schools

Going on social media shouldn’t have to be an after-school special. In Madison, Wisconsin, four schools opted into a pilot program to block up to 34 apps — the majority of which are social networks — from their classrooms and hallways. The new rules started on May 1, and will go on until the last day of school on June ... Read More »