CES 2016

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Last week was an exciting week in the world of tech. The iconic Consumer Electronics Show (which has been around since 1967) was held on January 6 to January 9 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

While there was an incredible amount of innovation and adaptation shared over the four days, we wanted to share some of the most anticipated gadgets that appeared (and some that may even be in your price range)!

Lo and behold, our CES 2016 round-up:



The infamous Internet Explorer is a browser we all love to hate. For users, it’s notoriously slow, and for marketers it is the bane of our email marketing and web design testing processes.

But lucky for us, Microsoft has announced that support for older versions of Internet Explorer will end on January 12, 2016. This means that only Internet Explorer 11 will continue to receive security updates, compatibility fixes, and technical support.

Internet Explorer 11 has had much better reviews than previous versions and offers better security and performance than operating systems created in the past.


Hipster Nerdy Santa Selfie

‘Tis the season for giving; and with days like Black Friday and Cyber Monday just behind us, we know that you have been scouring the internet for the best gifts for your friends and family.

Now we are sure you are almost done with your holiday gift list (right?), but just in case you haven’t found the right tech gift for the “geeky one” in your life, don’t worry – your search is over!

We present to you the 10 impractical but fantastic tech-related gifts for the nerds on your list:


Wearable Technology Vector

Every day it feels like there is a new trend brewing for us to keep up with. What is the latest news regarding social networks? How can I get the most from my website? And the most popular trend to date, what are the hottest wearable technologies, such as smart watches and fit bracelets (like Nike FuelBand) that I need to compete in my industry?

But it’s Friday, so we thought you could take a little break.

Instead of dwelling on the wearable technology that is most useful or compatible with your business, we thought we could tap into the world of wearable tech that hasn’t been talked about as frequently – the outrageous.



Today’s article comes from Deanna Zaucha, Webs Retention Marketing Coordinator.

As we round out January, there is still a lot of talk about keeping up with New Year’s Resolutions. These goals span from health and fitness to professional endeavors. But as a small business owner or entrepreneur, those goals often conflict or overlap; so I am here to talk about both with the trend of “Digital Detox.” For those who may not have heard this term before, here is the Oxford Dictionary definition:



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