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http://www.elance.com/ – You will find that there are many opportunities for freelance web designers here as well as other types of multimedia designers. There really is an impressive selection of jobs available on this website. If you know what you are looking for then you should be able to pick up some high quality freelancing work. Most of those listing jobs know exactly what they are looking for and this makes everything a lot easier.
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http://odesk.com/ – This really is a great resource that seems to always have tons of good quality work available. You will find that some jobs aren’t offering too much money so you need to be careful about what you are applying for. Many of these jobs could be completed in a short time period and appear quite easy to complete. Another great thing about this website is that there are thousands of different tests that allow you to test your capability and knowledge for different subjects. This is useful because it allows clients to be better able to judge what you have to offer them.
http://guru.com/ – This job board provides opportunities for many different professionals involved in web work. Many of the jobs are related to marketing, but there are plenty of other jobs on offer as well.
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http://jobs.freelanceswitch.com/ – This is another great place for picking up work and you will find plenty of opportunities here. Most jobs come with complete descriptions and this will give you a good idea about their suitability. This website does involve a fee of $7 every month, but the standard of the opportunities available makes this worthwhile.
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If there are still doubts about the Android juggernaut, the latest numbers from Google should help settle it. Some 200,000 new Android devices are being sold each day, up from about 100,000 just two months ago, says Google CEO Eric Schmidt.
Schmidt told attendees at the Techonomy conference, “Android is not just phenomenal but incredibly phenomenal in its growth rate.”
Google’s comment comes on the heels of data from Nielsen earlier this week that showed, for the first time, that people in the U.S. bought more Android phones than iPhones.
Research firm iSuppli predicts Android’s market share will surpass that of the iPhone’s iOS in 2012.
By 2012, Android will be used in 75 million smartphones, up from 5 million in 2009, says iSuppli. IOS will be in 62 million phones in 2012, up from 25 million in 2009.
That means in two years, android will have a 19.4 percent market share worldwide among smartphone operating systems, up from 2.7 percent in 2009. Apple’s iOS for the iPhone will see its share go up to 15.9 percent in 2012 from 13.8 percent in 2009, says iSuppli.
Android’s rapid growth should come as no surprise to industry watchers. Since Google worked with HTC and T-Mobile to launch the first Android-based smartphone in 2008, the open-source operating system has been adopted by major handset manufacturers including Samsung, Motorola and HTC.
“The OS started with entry-level models in 2008, but the flexibility Android offers for hardware designs and its appealing business model in terms of revenue sharing have attracted vigorous support,” says Tina Teng, senior analyst, wireless communications for iSuppli.
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"With more than a hundred million users on Twitter, there are sure to be at least dozens of accounts out there that will reflect your interests," Twitter said on its official blog.
"The trouble is finding all of them," it said. "Today we're beginning to roll out a simple, but powerful new feature to help address that."
Twitter said the "Suggestions for You" algorithms find other accounts of potential interest using various factors, including "people you follow and the people they follow."
A Twitter user who clicks on the "Who to Follow" link on the Twitter homepage sees a list of suggested accounts to follow.
Twitter, which combines the strengths of blogs and instant messaging services, enables users to send and receive short messages of up to 140 characters on personal computers and mobile devices.
Twitter said it planned to make the suggestions feature available to developers of desktop and mobile applications for Twitter.
Social network Facebook already offers a similar feature called "People You May Know" which suggests possible new friends to members.
Just a couple of days back, PayPal had shocked a lot of Indian users by announcing that starting August 1, PayPal would not allow electronic withdrawal of funds from any PayPal account in India. The only option would be to request for a withdrawal of funds by cheque. According to PayPal, this decision had to be taken in accordance with "regulatory instructions".
However, what comes as a relief is that PayPal has restored electronic withdrawals for its India-based users. On the company's official blog, corporate communication spokesperson Dickson Seow apologized for the inconvenience caused and thanked users for their support.
Also, PayPal said it will continue to provide the $5 processing fee refund for any cheque withdrawals made from July 29 until further notice.