Monthly Archive:: January 2014

North Sound Club to Host National Team Qualifying Golf Competition

The National Team Qualifying Golf Competition is just one of the many things to do in Grand CaymanThis competition will be held at the renowned North Sound Club in Grand Cayman Island.

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Switch On This Dial And Music Will Play Throughout Your House

What if playing music when you get home was as automatic as flipping on a light switch or turning on the heat? Bang & Olufsen’s latest gizmo, the BeoSound Essence, is made just for that.

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Vacationing Experience at Yacht hotels

There are some who travel in style and then there are those who travel in a way that many only dream about. Those who have boats suitable for saltwater and long distance travel find that they prefer a yacht hotel for their vacation needs as they can opt to travel via boat or yacht and [&hellip

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Senators ask Target CEO for information on data breach

Two key U.S. senators have written to Gregg Steinhafel, chief executive officer of Target Corp, seeking “detailed information” on the hacking of credit and debit cards of millions of customers during the holiday shopping season. “We ask that Target’s information-security officials provide a briefing to committee staff regarding your company’s investigation and latest findings,” John [&hellip

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Feds probe Christie’s use of Sandy relief funds

Less than a week after New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie became embroiled in the George Washington Bridge scandal, the possible 2016 Republican presidential hopeful finds himself facing another political controversy. CNN reports that federal officials are investigating whether Christie used Superstorm Sandy relief funds to produce “Stronger Than the Storm” tourism ads that starred the governor [&hellip

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Facebook Finally Axes Controversial ‘Sponsored Stories’ Ads

It took heaps of bad press and a court settlement, but Facebook is finally ready to shut down one of its most controversial features. In a blog post for developers on Thursday, the company confirmed that it will beshutting down “Sponsored Stories” ads on April 9. The ads show how your Facebook friends interact with a [&hellip

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Technology Show Kicks off in Vegas

The start of the CES in Las Vegas saw much attention of the tech world still devoted to next-generation televisions. With a couple more new software systems announced for Internet-enabled sets letting viewers interact with friends online on the big screen, a new round of competition was ushered in

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